edJEWcon Closing Keynote by Steve Hargadon

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edJEWcon Closing Keynote by Steve Hargadon

  1. 1. School 2.0:Becoming the Lead LearnerSteve Hargadon
  2. 2. A growing consensus thatlearning models are changing,that our old models (ornarratives) arebroken.
  3. 3. 75 years ago, high school studentsgraduated knowing perhaps 75% of whatthey would ever need to know to besuccessful in the workplace, the family,and the community.Today, the estimate is that they leaveknowing perhaps 2% of what they willneed to know.(Adapted Roland Barth)
  4. 4. To Your Neighbor:(60 Seconds)How do you think ourideas about educationare going to change?
  5. 5. A Tech ShiftA Culture ShiftAn Education Shift
  6. 6. Were goingthrough thebiggestchanges inhuman culturein centuries,maybe ever
  7. 7. Orderly View
  8. 8. From Halverson & Collins, Rethinking Education in the Age of Technology
  9. 9. Realistic View
  10. 10. A Tech ShiftA Culture ShiftAn Education Shift
  11. 11. “We need to educate thenet generation differentlynot so much becausethey are different, butbecause the world isdifferent.”-Dr. Eric Brunsell
  12. 12. THE SHIFTS
  13. 13. 1A CULTURE OFINFORMATION
  14. 14. Information Everywhere
  15. 15. Online Learning
  16. 16. “Flipped” Learning
  17. 17. Learning any time,anywhere.Learning unbundled.
  18. 18. “Youre Fired!”
  19. 19. 2A CULTURE OFPARTICIPATION
  20. 20. How We Get Things Done
  21. 21. Web 2.0 isthe frameworkfor user contributions
  22. 22. Participation:Passive → ActiveConsumption → Creation
  23. 23. 3A CULTURE OFCREATION
  24. 24. How We Get Things Done
  25. 25. How We Get Things Done
  26. 26. 4A CULTURE OFENGAGEMENT
  27. 27. 5A CULTURE OF SHARING
  28. 28. 6A MOBILE CULTURE
  29. 29. 7A SOCIAL CULTURE
  30. 30. How We Connect with OthersThe Rise of SocialNetworking
  31. 31. First came blogs...
  32. 32. Then wikis...
  33. 33. And then...Social Networking
  34. 34. Most Populous CountriesChina - 1,313,973,713India - 1,095,351,995Facebook – 1,000,000,000United States – 300,176,035Indonesia – 245,452,739Brazil – 188,078,227Pakistan - 165,803,560Bangladesh - 147,365,352Russia – 142,893,540Nigeria - 131,859,731Japan - 127,463,611
  35. 35. How many of you?And what does thatubiquity mean?
  36. 36. Peer PD
  37. 37. 8A GLOBAL CULTURE
  38. 38. GlobalLearningNetworks
  39. 39. 9A GRASS-ROOTSCULTURE
  40. 40. TRADITIONALInstitutional Idea|Plan|Market|Incentivize|Participation
  41. 41. TRADITIONALInstitutional Idea|Plan|Market|Incentivize|ParticipationNEW - SOCIALCivic^|Community^||Public^||Personal
  42. 42. 10A LONG-TAIL CULTURE
  43. 43. Majority in US Work in“Small” Businesses:EntrepreneurshipSelf-employmentFreelancingMicrowork
  44. 44. THE SHIFTS
  45. 45. Honestly, how well are wepreparing students for thisworld?
  46. 46. Honestly, how prepared arewe for these changes?
  47. 47. Educationis changingand willcontinue tochange
  48. 48. What is our newnarrative for education?
  49. 49. ConversationUnbundledParticipantsActiveCo-creatorsEngagementSharingMobileNetworkedGlobalGrass RootsLong Tail→Narrative CluesInformationCentralizedRecipientsPassiveConsumersComplianceProtectingTetheredIsolatedLocalTop DownMass MarketsCompliance
  50. 50. Help UnleashEnergy & Potential
  51. 51. Unleashing Human Energy
  52. 52. To Your Neighbor:(60 Seconds)A Deep InterestA HobbyA SkillA Talent
  53. 53. A Tech ShiftA Culture ShiftAn Education Shift
  54. 54. How do we help createand support learners inthese shifts?
  55. 55. You, first.
  56. 56. Be theLead Learner
  57. 57. An Action ListForLead Learners
  58. 58. 1. (Re-)Discover Your Interests
  59. 59. 1. (Re-)Discover Your Interests2. Build YourPersonal Learning Network (PLN)
  60. 60. 1. (Re-)Discover Your Interests2. Build YourPersonal Learning Network (PLN)3. Start Building aPersonal Web Presence (PWP)
  61. 61. 1. (Re-)Discover Your Interests2. Build YourPersonal Learning Network (PLN)3. Start Building aPersonal Web Presence (PWP)4. Become a Part of theConversation
  62. 62. Thank You!Steve Hargadonsteve@hargadon.comstevehargadon.com

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