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From Information to Innovative Knowledge:
   Experiences from an Open Seminar




            John W. Moravec, Ph.D.
     ...
Let’s begin with
some history…
education
   1.0
Meaning is dictated.
Technology is prohibited

…or purchased at great cost.
Teaching is done by
teachers to students.
Schools are made of
      bricks.
Parents view school as
      daycare.
Industry welcomes
graduates to factory
       work.
Today…
education
   2.0
Meaning is socially
  constructed.
From Information to Innovative Knowledge: Experiences from an Open Seminar
From Information to Innovative Knowledge: Experiences from an Open Seminar
From Information to Innovative Knowledge: Experiences from an Open Seminar
From Information to Innovative Knowledge: Experiences from an Open Seminar
From Information to Innovative Knowledge: Experiences from an Open Seminar
From Information to Innovative Knowledge: Experiences from an Open Seminar
From Information to Innovative Knowledge: Experiences from an Open Seminar
From Information to Innovative Knowledge: Experiences from an Open Seminar
From Information to Innovative Knowledge: Experiences from an Open Seminar
From Information to Innovative Knowledge: Experiences from an Open Seminar
From Information to Innovative Knowledge: Experiences from an Open Seminar
From Information to Innovative Knowledge: Experiences from an Open Seminar
From Information to Innovative Knowledge: Experiences from an Open Seminar
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From Information to Innovative Knowledge: Experiences from an Open Seminar

  1. 1. From Information to Innovative Knowledge: Experiences from an Open Seminar John W. Moravec, Ph.D. University of Minnesota www.educationfutures.com moravec@umn.edu
  2. 2. Let’s begin with some history…
  3. 3. education 1.0
  4. 4. Meaning is dictated.
  5. 5. Technology is prohibited …or purchased at great cost.
  6. 6. Teaching is done by teachers to students.
  7. 7. Schools are made of bricks.
  8. 8. Parents view school as daycare.
  9. 9. Industry welcomes graduates to factory work.
  10. 10. Today…
  11. 11. education 2.0
  12. 12. Meaning is socially constructed.

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