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PADLA Lecture Global Learning Framework Richard Close

  1. 1. Global Learning Framework™<br />Collaboration Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 Have Left the LMS in the Dark Ages<br />The Global Learning Framework<br />©<br />Search<br />Discover<br />Adopt<br />Collaborate<br />Share<br />By Richard C. Close<br />The Chrysalis Campaign,<br /><br />Global Learning Framework©, Micro Learning Paths© are a Copyright 2009 Richard C. CloseNo version can be reproduced in any format without written permission from author Web Education System™ is a Trademark of BASCOM Inc.<br />
  2. 2. The Global Learning Framework© is… Educational and Corporate Heresies<br />A global vs. industrylearning<br />A fluid educational methodology<br />An open technology architecture<br />Yet… GLF is simply what isalready happening now.<br />Goto:<br /><br />And write on the wall<br />
  3. 3. Why a Global Learning Framework©?<br />Lack of knowledge of farming = death<br />Knowledge of farming = prosperity<br /><br />
  4. 4. Knowledge Liberates<br />African Women<br /><ul><li>Entrepreneurs
  5. 5. Teachers
  6. 6. Leaders
  7. 7. Pastors
  8. 8. Equals </li></li></ul><li>Why Bother – Its about survival isn’t it!<br />
  9. 9. Way Back Then<br />In a 1998 eLearning Conference Jumpstart Session<br />“Search Learning” is introduced<br />“We must wake up to the fact that vast amounts of what we all know is not from a sequential indexed based book, it is from randomly searching, based on need. We must scrap what we know about education and start from what media and our children are teaching us. It’s all about ‘Search Learning’” - RC<br />
  10. 10. 1999 IDC Paper – Ellen Julian & Richard Close<br />
  11. 11. Is Industrial eLearning purely about“Workforce Productivity?”Have we become “Knowledge Workers” stuck in a 1929 Sci-Fi Movie?<br /> right F. W. Murnau Foundation<br />
  12. 12. Now What?<br />In 2009 Google became the Global LMS<br />“Collaborative Search Learning©” is introduced<br />“We must wake up to the fact that vast amounts of what we all know is STILL not from a sequential indexed based book or an LMS, it is from randomly searching based on need. AND how we share it in collaboration with the world around us.” - RC<br /> The sequential course has evolved into a global collaborative of “Micro Learning Paths©” <br />We need a “Global Learning Framework©”<br />
  13. 13. About the relationship of knowledge and a world of have and have nots<br />About industry training vs. K-12 education<br />About corporate process training vs. public education collaboration<br />About how collaborative learning works in a global community<br />About the impact of Context, Project Based Learning <br />About new learning modelsthat change everything<br />This is a disruptive presentation<br />
  14. 14. “The Global Learning Framework is about the need, ownership, collaboration and awesome responsibility of human knowledge.” - RC<br />
  15. 15. Four Rings of the Global Learning Framework©<br />Knowledge<br />Needs<br />Sharing<br />Responsibility<br />The human modelmust drive the data model<br />
  16. 16. Global Learning Framework©- Needs<br />Knowledge<br />Sharing<br />Needs<br />Responsibility<br />
  17. 17. Start with the basics<br />We are pack animals<br />With technology<br />
  18. 18. We learn by packing or Isolating<br />Pack to Serve<br /><ul><li>The Team
  19. 19. Help
  20. 20. Encourage
  21. 21. Coach
  22. 22. Collaborate
  23. 23. Leverage competence
  24. 24. Strife builds character
  25. 25. Manage life
  26. 26. Built on successes
  27. 27. Hope of a better future
  28. 28. Prosperity</li></li></ul><li>We learn by packing or Isolating<br />Pack from fear<br />The Gang<br />Intimidate<br />Slander<br />Suppress<br />Order<br />Leverage fear<br />Strife builds rage<br />Addiction<br />Built on failures<br />It only gets worse<br />Poverty<br />
  29. 29. Or we go along<br />The Lone Wolf<br /><ul><li>Isolated
  30. 30. It’s about me
  31. 31. Rejection
  32. 32. No one cares
  33. 33. I don’t need anyone
  34. 34. Depression
  35. 35. On strife… We avoid risk
  36. 36. One day at a time
  37. 37. Whatever attitude
  38. 38. What future?
  39. 39. Just hanging out in media
  40. 40. Private poverty</li></li></ul><li>Teaching to win a video game…<br />is teaching the big lie:<br /><ul><li>To kill
  41. 41. To cheat
  42. 42. To destroy
  43. 43. Brake social rules
  44. 44. Use magic
  45. 45. And die
  46. 46. With no consequences</li></li></ul><li>How do“We”compete with that?<br />
  47. 47. The Global Learning Framework©“Starts with a real need”<br />Unless someone shares a solution<br />A need is futility<br />Educationis Power <br />Educationis Community <br />
  48. 48. We have all of this knowledge.What do we do with it?<br />
  49. 49. Perhaps we are there…When learning wentto the Web,something really bighappened.<br />Home  School  Organizations  The World<br />
  50. 50. How big of a leap is this?<br />PERSONAL: Personal Internet– Personal Filtering and Publishing<br />GLOBAL: Internet Collaborative – Global Collaboration and Global Content<br />Global Learning Context<br />Local Learning Context<br />CORPORATE: Organization Driven – Organizational culture and processes<br />SCHOOL: Society Driven – Foundational learning skills and values<br />HOME: Parent /TV Driven – Life relationship skills, culture and core values<br />
  51. 51. Global knowledgeforced us intoglobal responsibility<br />Me  Family  Job  Community The World<br />I never asked for that!<br />
  52. 52. Learning Technologies<br />PERSONAL: Web 3.0 - Personal Filtering and Personal Publishing<br />GLOBAL: Web 2.0 - Collaboration and Content<br />CORPORATE: On-the-job , Stand up, eLearning (LMS)<br />SCHOOL: School curriculum and mixed media<br />HOME:Family interaction and TV <br />
  53. 53. K-12 must deal with it, because the students are already there.<br />PERSONAL Production: How I serve the world<br />GLOBAL Learning: What the world needs<br />Global Relationships<br />Local Relationships<br />CORPORATE Learning: Survive<br />SCHOOL Learning: Success<br />K-12 must develop: the skills and ethics<br />HOME Learning: Need<br />
  54. 54. Prepare the student with what tools?<br />PERSONAL Production: Individual Context<br />Web 3.0<br />GLOBAL Learning: World Needs<br />Web 2.0<br />Global Relationships<br />Local Relationships<br />LMS<br />(SCORM)<br />CORPORATE Learning: Survive<br />1. Content<br /> 2. Community<br /> 3. Context<br />SCHOOL Learning: Foundation<br />HOME Learning: Need<br />
  55. 55. Warning: Context must be taught<br />Junk Science<br />Porn Creep<br />Education Selling Sugar<br />PoliticalReligion<br />Bud Light Swear Jar: Over 3 million reads views<br />Zero Regulation<br />CyberCrime<br />False Advertising<br />PR Wikis<br />
  56. 56. Global Learning Framework©- Knowledge<br />Knowledge<br />Needs<br />Sharing<br />Responsibility<br />
  57. 57. You don’t understand… I am this This(widow to Global Knowledge) lives inside of me.<br />Our authoritarian time of knowing more than the student is gone.<br />They need wisdom-guidance and not facts.<br />
  58. 58. Global Learning Framework©”Is accepting that you don’t own knowledge”<br />would you deny it to them until you saw the profit in helping them?<br />If you were given the knowledge to heal a sick child…<br />Knowledge is globally collaborative -RC<br />
  59. 59. What is Knowledge?<br />Wrapped in Non-physical Context<br />Physical Object OrPhysical Laws<br />
  60. 60. “Knowledge is an object / law in relationship with the universe” - RC<br />eLearning SCORM<br />- Collaboration<br />A Fact without Context<br />
  61. 61. “Knowledge is an object / law in relationship with the universe” - RC<br />Knowledge Object<br />+ Context<br />Reality<br />
  62. 62. Tag Your It!<br />Web 3.0 is the human world off collaborative tools , context by tagging<br />
  63. 63. Knowledge without context is… useless<br />Eugène Ionesco (1909–1994)<br />“The knife can kill” From the play “The Lesson”<br />The Knife (or nuclear bomb) just is…. now what we do with it is another matter.<br />
  64. 64. Collaboration teaches context<br />“Human collaboration <br /> is what wraps <br /> context around and within <br /> a Knowledge Element/Object” – RC <br />
  65. 65. Values/context shape how we view knowledge<br />Sorry… We must revisit our education debate on “Values Clarification” and present an ethical framework for context.<br />
  66. 66. Knowledge is connectedto emotions, values and spirit<br />New Rule: ”Knowledge elements are not time and space locked in a data base. They are defined… by how they relate to one another in the human experience. That relationship defines the purpose of that piece of knowledge” - RC<br />Another Rule: ”Context defines relationship on the Internet” - RC<br />And Another Rule: ”Collaboration publishes context” - RC<br />
  67. 67. It starts with understanding the relationship between an “Object” and “Purpose”<br />Knowledge Element (KE) is a word or piece of media that represents something<br />KE is still - dead!<br />Knowledge Context (KC) is how a KE relates to the rest of the universe. <br />KC is fluid - Alive!<br />KC is context<br />She is morethan just a “sharable content object”<br />
  68. 68. Knowledge is connectedto emotions, values and spirit<br />New Rule: ”Knowledge elements are not time and space locked in a data base. They are defined… by how they relate to one another in the human experience.” - RC<br />Hmmm… What about Knowledge Management and SCORM?.<br />
  69. 69. SCORM IgnoresThe Human Element “Sharable Content Object Reference Model”<br />New Rule: ”Knowledge and Human Collaboration are Inseparable” - RC<br />You mean my voice counts?<br />
  70. 70. Global Learning Framework©- Sharing<br />Knowledge<br />Needs<br />Sharing<br />Responsibility<br />
  71. 71. ”Global Learning Framework©”The new test is in sharing what you know”<br />we define our significance.<br />When we share what was given to us…<br />
  72. 72. Knowledge is FluidBecause it is Shared<br />New Rule: ”Learning is fluid and evolves collectively based on need, collaboration and context.” - RC<br />Yes…no more tests on Friday!<br />An “A” means nothing. It’s my YouTube views that matter.<br />
  73. 73. Web 3.0 Context is Knowledge w/ Purpose<br />This is the beginning of technical KEs linked to a purpose<br />How does the KE relate to me?<br />How does the KE relate to the community?<br />How does the KE relate to the world?<br />I am a child in Kenya. I am in your life right now! What will you do with me?<br />
  74. 74. How do we knowwho owns what?<br />We will have to figure it out: ”Like an original pop song being copyrighted, collaborative knowledge is always a mix of many influences that are also copyrighted. So far we have gotten away with copyrighting the knowledge object. How do we copyright human collaboration? Can we copyright a value or emotion that makes the knowledge of value to the world?I think not” - RC<br />Mom!!!…Billy won’t share his ball with me!<br />
  75. 75. How do we get out of the industrial learning box?<br />Hmmm…I’m not sure if I’m ready for this.<br />
  76. 76. LMS box is our school-in-the-box<br />Ah…Very Stable , secure, authoritarian and in control<br />Web Content<br />Learning ManagementSystem<br />Wiki Tool<br />Blog Tool<br />SCORM Content<br />Courses<br />Perfect for “Drill and Kill”<br />
  77. 77. GLF is “Out-There Content”<br />I’m Here<br />Even Way Out Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />NoOver Here<br />Here<br />Back Here<br />
  78. 78. And GLF is “Out-There Web Applications”<br />I’m Here<br />Even Way Out Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />Here<br />NoOver Here<br />Here<br />Back Here<br />
  79. 79. Content and collaboration are woven together<br />Web Content<br />It’s about find and deliver<br />Web Tool<br />Web Content<br />WebEducation<br />System™<br />(Free or Near-Free)<br />Web Tool<br />Web Content<br />Web Tool<br /><br />Web Content<br />The content and collaboration tools are in the “cloud” (not a vendor…the entire universe)<br />Web Tool<br /><br />Web Education System is a Copyright 2009 BASCOM, Inc. <br />
  80. 80. We must make it easy and relevant<br />Web Content<br />Web Tool<br />Web Content<br />Web Tool<br />WebEducation<br />System™<br />(Free or Near-Free)<br />Web Content<br />Web Tool<br />Web Content<br />Web Tool<br />My Web Library™10,000 Plus Sites<br /><br />Web Education System and My Web Library are Copyright 2009 BASCOM, Inc. <br />
  81. 81. What If someone came to earth and told you, that not only is educating the world possible, but you are already on your way?<br />
  82. 82. Industry vs. Education<br />Learning Rubric<br />Process Competence<br />
  83. 83. Our Institutional Experience<br />Industrial Authority Delivers Directs<br />INSTRUCTOR<br />KE<br />KE<br />KE<br />WorkerBee<br />WorkerBee<br />WorkerBee<br />Predictable Outcomes<br />
  84. 84. Can teach something that seems so complicated and overwhelming?<br />We need a Global Learning Process©<br />Search<br />Discover<br />Adopt<br />Collaborate<br />Share<br />Self Contained “Local” Course and Content…<br />me-and-my-bubble<br />Adult Learning<br />Prepare<br />Present<br />Practice<br />Performance<br />Traditional eLearning<br />Assess<br />Present<br />Test<br />
  85. 85. Building knowledge structures requires project control“Micro Learning Paths©”<br />I need to<br />know<br />I will chooseto own this<br />knowledge<br />I willpublish my discovery<br />Discover<br />Search<br />Adopt<br />Share<br />Collaborate<br />Explore<br />what else relates to this<br />Validate how it fits into the world<br />
  86. 86. “Micro Learning Paths©” is Classic Project Control<br />Discover<br />Search<br />Adopt<br />Share<br />Collaborate<br />Phase 1<br />Phase 2<br />Phase 3<br />Phase 4<br />Phase 5<br />
  87. 87. “Micro Learning Paths©” and Rubrics<br />Discover<br />Search<br />Adopt<br />Share<br />Collaborate<br />Performance Objectives<br />Dimensions and Tasks<br />Gradations of quality<br />Criterion and points for each level of quality<br />
  88. 88. “Micro Learning Paths©” Create Shift<br />Global Change<br />Personal Change<br />Discover<br />Search<br />Adopt<br />Share<br />Collaborate<br />
  89. 89. Industrial vs. Education Model<br />The teacher: Starts, Guides and Publishes a Global Learning Event<br />Unpredictable Outcomes<br />
  90. 90. “We are now living within billions of collaborative“Micro Learning Paths©” growing simultaneously, transcending time and space in the classroom. It’s not locked into any text book.” - RC<br />Search<br />Discover<br />Adopt<br />Collaborate<br />Share<br />Search<br />Discover<br />Adopt<br />Collaborate<br />Share<br />Search<br />Discover<br />Adopt<br />Collaborate<br />Share<br />Search<br />Discover<br />Adopt<br />Share<br />Search<br />Discover<br />Adopt<br />Collaborate<br />Share<br />Search<br />Discover<br />Adopt<br />Collaborate<br />Share<br />Search<br />Discover<br />Adopt<br />Collaborate<br />Share<br />Collaborate<br />So knowledge can no longer be self-contained<br />
  91. 91. Phases of a Global Learning Event©<br />GLF Delivers Educational Relevance<br />GLF DeliversCollaborative Processes<br />Purpose<br />Share<br />GLF Delivers Human Interaction<br />Collaborate<br />GLF Delivers Dealing with the Unknown<br />Adopt<br />Discover<br />GLF Delivers Individual and Community Purpose<br />Search<br />Need<br />
  92. 92. “Framework” because knowledge is connected together by our humanity.” - RC<br />Search<br />Discover<br />Adopt<br />Collaborate<br />Share<br />Search<br />Discover<br />Adopt<br />Collaborate<br />Share<br />Search<br />Discover<br />Adopt<br />Collaborate<br />Share<br />Search<br />Discover<br />Adopt<br />Share<br />Search<br />Discover<br />Adopt<br />Collaborate<br />Share<br />Search<br />Discover<br />Adopt<br />Collaborate<br />Share<br />Search<br />Discover<br />Adopt<br />Collaborate<br />Share<br />Collaborate<br />The fluid DNA structure of global knowledge<br />
  93. 93. New Rule: ”Every tiny piece of knowledge used, no matter how small, impacts the context world.” - RC<br />
  94. 94. Global Learning Framework©- Responsibility<br />Knowledge<br />Needs<br />Sharing<br />Responsibility<br />
  95. 95. ”Global Learning Framework™ ”We are a collective, so we are responsible”<br />The evidence of responsibility…<br />is wonderful<br />
  96. 96. We must choose our values<br />Industry Values<br />Learning is marketing<br />Workforce productivity<br />Process training<br />Job competence<br />Product knowledge<br />Gov. compliance<br />Customer relationship<br />Channel product knowledge<br />Knowledge workers<br />ROI<br />or Global Values<br /><ul><li>Micro and macro economics
  97. 97. Global knowledge base
  98. 98. Opportunity out of poverty
  99. 99. Global values that transcend:
  100. 100. Economic boundaries
  101. 101. Cultural boundaries
  102. 102. Geographic boundaries
  103. 103. Country boundaries
  104. 104. Political boundaries
  105. 105. Religious boundaries
  106. 106. Ethnic boundaries
  107. 107. Class boundaries</li></li></ul><li>Enclosed vs. Open IT Architecture<br />Education<br />Industry<br />VS<br />Is a Delivery System Is a Sharing System<br />LMS micro-manages the relationship between content data and the Learner to keep it consistent, predictable and recordable.<br />Knowledge Worker as a machine<br />Web Education System facilitates the exploration of knowledge in relationship with individual and community context<br />Human experience as a creator<br />
  108. 108. Revise the Business Model<br />Education WES™ Model<br />Corporate LMS Model<br />VS<br />LMS Software License Cloud System License<br />Variable Hosting Licenses Included<br />Content Licenses Free and Content License<br />Setup Integration Fees Included<br />Incremental Hardware Costs Unlimited lessons & linking<br />Course Authoring tools None needed<br />Authoring Training None needed<br />SCORM Standards PDF, HTML RSS<br />Heavy IT Management Anyone can manage<br />Web Education System™ is a Trademark of BASCOM Inc.<br />
  109. 109. We Must Choose Who owns knowledge.<br />ToPosses Knowledge<br /><ul><li>Keep it central
  110. 110. Make money from it
  111. 111. Control who sees it
  112. 112. Keep it in groups
  113. 113. Use it for power
  114. 114. Price for credit</li></ul>Or to Share Knowledge<br /><ul><li>Healthcare
  115. 115. Family management
  116. 116. Micro/Macro economics
  117. 117. Community
  118. 118. Farming
  119. 119. ESOL
  120. 120. History
  121. 121. K-12 Education
  122. 122. Free or nearly free</li></li></ul><li>Global Investment<br />New Rule: ”A Global Learning Framework in ICT will provide us with unlimited and with free or near-free resources.” - RC<br />New Rule: ”A Global Learning Framework represents unlimited sustainability and scalability.” - RC<br />
  123. 123. The Global Learning Framework©<br />“Personal and global knowledge is inseparable”<br />Lack of healthcare yields death<br />Knowledge of healthcare yields life<br />Are you my Teacher?<br />
  124. 124. The Ethics of Global Learning Framework<br />Personal and global knowledge is inseparable<br />You have a unique purpose, unique knowledge<br />True knowledge unites and creates<br />Disinformation divides and destroys<br />Knowledge into “works” is measurable<br />Knowledge is both fluid and non-changing<br />Collaboration is what makes us human<br />
  125. 125. Four Rings of Global Learning Framework©<br />Knowledge<br />Needs<br />Sharing<br />Responsibility<br />
  126. 126. What will we do with this?<br />New Rule: ”Logic without love is lethal, and love with out logic is chaos.” - RC<br />
  127. 127. We must “get up” and master a tool that will either control our lives or empower us to save a world with so much suffering.“Why Mr. Anderson.. Why”?<br /><br />
  128. 128. What Drives a Global Learning Framework?<br />Need to acquire knowledge<br />Need to give knowledge<br />Need to be Loved<br />Need to give love<br />
  129. 129. The world is waiting…<br />School Kids Kitale Kenya Copyright Richard C. Close<br />
  130. 130. The Global Learning Framework©Write on the Wall<br /><br />
  131. 131. The Global Learning Framework©<br />Personal and global knowledge is inseparable<br />By Richard C. Close<br />The Chrysalis CampaignNew Milford, CT 06776<br /><br /><br /><br />Special editing thanks to Paul Seldes<br />Micro Learning Paths, Global Learning Framework, Global Learning Process are Copyright 2009 Richard C. Close Web Education System, Global Chalkboard are Trademark s of Bascom, Inc. Space Images Copyright NASA. Africa and Brooklyn, NY photography copyright 2007-9 Richard C. Close<br />This presentation is dedicated to the late Doug McBride Executive Director of ITTA “Get out of the box.”<br />
  132. 132. The Global Learning Framework©Write on the Wall<br /><br />