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Changing the way we learn


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Changing the way we learn

  1. Esko Lius, InnoOmnia / Omnia (Finland)        Changing        the  way   we  learn
  2. Draw your own learning path andwhere you think you currently are on it.
  3. What  are   your  expectations  on  your  path?        Will  there  be  qualitative  changes?       How  about   the  next  generation’s  path   –  similar  or  different?
  4. Source: Changing Paradigm of Education /
  5. 1.  Economy    2.  Cultural  identity  in  the  world  of  globalization Source: Changing Paradigm of Education /
  6. Long-­‐‑term  factors Flexible  lifelong  learning  tools Creativity  and  initiative  of  the  learner Social  learning  and  knowledge  creation
  7. Circle the one you find most important. Long-­‐‑term  factors Flexible  lifelong  learning  tools Creativity  and  initiative  of  the  learner Social  learning  and  knowledge  creation
  8. The  change  of  paradigm     comes  from  the  world  we  live  in          globalization          information  society      new  world  of  work            crowd  activities                  changing  identities          intertwining  networks
  9. 2020 The  change  of  paradigm     comes  from  the  world  we  live  in 2030          globalization          information  society 2040      new  world  of  work            crowd  activities   2050                changing  identities          intertwining  networks
  10. More  initiative  to  the  individual     >  New  pedagogy  (social  constructivism)   New  emphasis  on  visual  &  auditive  communication     >  New  channels  and  media   Digital  tech  solves  some  “whens”  and  “wheres” >  Authentic,  augmented  learning  environments
  11. Distributed  intelligence •  socially •  physically •  virtually
  12. Connectivist  learning “Learning  is  primarily  a  network-­‐‑forming  process”        (George  Siemens) Watch from Youtube The Networked Learner
  13. Connectivist  learning “Learning  is  primarily  a  network-­‐‑forming  process”        (George  Siemens) •  Learner-­‐‑centred •  Social  and  cultural •  Forms  networks  and  structures  nodes
  14. Ubiquitous  &  converging   formal  -­‐‑  nonformal  -­‐‑  informal physical  -­‐‑  digital  -­‐‑  augmented local  -­‐‑  global  -­‐‑  virtual work  -­‐‑  study  -­‐‑  leisure  time professional  -­‐‑  societal  -­‐‑  personal
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  20. DEMOING SKILLS & COMPETENCE Take it Share & commentEsko Lius @ EduTech Russia, Moscow 2011
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  26. >  >  > Deep  learning Authenting  learning  environments Learner  involvement
  27. Concept  of  knowledge •  static dynamic, creative •  authorized democratic •  objective relative
  28. Institutional  point  of  view leadership objectives operational culturecollaboration& networks technological desicions & solutions
  29. Thank  you! Esko Lius 4th June 2012NearPod app learning material CC-by-NC-SA 2012