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Learning in a networked world

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Learning in a networked world

  1. 1. LEARNING in a Networked World Will Richardson willrichardson.com willrich45
  2. 2. todaysmeet.com/ohio12
  3. 3. change
  4. 4. CHANGE
  5. 5. “The illiterate of the 21stCentury will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.” Alvin Toffler
  6. 6. Story 1
  7. 7. Unit Test on Ancient HistoryStory 1 and the Middle East
  8. 8. 14. This Roman emperor changed the official religion of the Roman Empire and moved its capital to Constantinople (today Istanbul):Story 1 A. Ptolemy B. Cyrus the Great C. Constantine D. Jesus
  9. 9. Short Answer Option 1: What are the positive and negative aspects of Uthman’s caliphate? Why do you believeStory 1 these aspects to be positive and why do you believe them to be negative. [Sic] Explain your reasoning.
  10. 10. Story 1 Why?
  11. 11. Story 1
  12. 12. Story 1 http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6237/6253594281_7a56a9f7bb_b.jpg What does she need to know about the Middle East?
  13. 13. Story 2
  14. 14. Mark KlassenCinematographer
  15. 15. Film Study Video Production Web Design Storyboarding Final Cut Pro Photography                        Story 2 Audio                                       Multimedia Editing Scripting Writing for Video Web Publishing Safety Social Networking
  16. 16. Story 2
  17. 17. Story 2
  18. 18. Story 2 Classroom Time?
  19. 19. Story 2 Not one minute.
  20. 20. “Sharing my work online so that other people can see it and give me feedbackStory 2 and advice on it has become a huge part of the way I learn.” Mark Klassen January, 2011
  21. 21. Which of those two stories is a moreStory 2 compelling narrative around learning today?
  22. 22. Story 2 And, how is this...
  23. 23. 14. This Roman emperor changed the official religion of the Roman Empire and moved its capital to Constantinople (today Istanbul):Story 1 A. Ptolemy B. Cyrus the Great C. Constantine D. Jesus
  24. 24. Preparing my daughterStory 2 for this:
  25. 25. Story 2
  26. 26. CHANGE
  27. 27. Media Politics Journalism MedicineCHANGE Books Business Music
  28. 28. Media - YouTube/Netflix Politics - Obamanet/Change.org Journalism - Twitter/Storify Medicine - Patients Like Me/FolditCHANGE Books - Kindle/Nook/iBooks Business - Amazon/Paypal/Ebay Music - iTunes/Rhapsody
  29. 29. Media - YouTube/Netflix Politics - Obamanet/Change.org Journalism - Twitter/Storify Medicine - Patients Like Me/FolditCHANGE Books - Kindle/Nook/iBooks Business - Amazon/Paypal/Ebay Music - iTunes/Rhapsody Schools - ??????
  30. 30. CHANGE Challenges
  31. 31. CHANGE Challenges and Opportunities
  32. 32. CHANGE Scarcity
  33. 33. CHANGE
  34. 34. CHANGE
  35. 35. CHANGE A B U N DA N C E
  36. 36. CHANGE Content is not scarce.
  37. 37. “Today knowledge is ubiquitous, constantly changing, growingexponentially…There’s no competitiveadvantage today in knowing more than the person next to you. The worlddoesn’t care what you know. What the world cares about is what you can do with what you know.” Tony Wagner
  38. 38. CHANGE Content is not scarce.
  39. 39. CHANGE Content is not scarce. Teachers are not scarce.
  40. 40. CHANGE
  41. 41. CHANGE
  42. 42. CHANGE
  43. 43. CHANGE
  44. 44. CHANGE
  45. 45. CHANGE
  46. 46. CHANGE
  47. 47. CHANGE
  48. 48. CHANGE
  49. 49. CHANGE
  50. 50. CHANGE
  51. 51. CHANGE
  52. 52. CHANGE
  53. 53. CHANGE
  54. 54. CHANGE 2020?
  55. 55. CHANGE
  56. 56. CHANGE
  57. 57. CHANGE
  58. 58. Learning?
  59. 59. Learning What Changes?
  60. 60. Learning What do we need to “unlearn?”
  61. 61. “We need to move beyond the idea that an education is something that is provided for us, and toward theidea that an education is something that we create for ourselves.” Stephen Downes
  62. 62. Learning (This will not be easy.)
  63. 63. “Institutions will try to preserve the problem towhich they are the solution.” Clay Shirky
  64. 64. Learning So, what is our value now?
  65. 65. Learning What do we mean by learning?
  66. 66. Is it... “higher student achievement”Learning “increased student performance” “better student outcomes” “college readiness”
  67. 67. Learning Or is it something else?
  68. 68. "Productive learning is the learningprocess which engenders and reinforces wanting to learn more. Absent wanting to learn, the learning context is unproductive or counterproductive." Seymour Sarason
  69. 69. • creativity • passion to know • application of knowledge • inquiry • seeing patterns • posing and answering questions • understanding the world • acquiring knowledgeLearning • curiosity • finding and solving problems • making something • understanding something you previously didn’t understand • making connections • changing your perspective on something • synthesizing ideas • adding new knowledge
  70. 70. Learning Which of these do we assess?
  71. 71. • creativity • passion to know • application of knowledge • inquiry • seeing patterns • posing and answering questions • understanding the world • acquiring knowledgeLearning • curiosity • finding and solving problems • making something • understanding something you previously didn’t understand • making connections • changing your perspective on something • synthesizing ideas • adding new knowledge
  72. 72. Make no mistake, weLearning define learning by what we assess
  73. 73. But remember...Learning If we do not find ways to measure what we value, we will value what we measure.
  74. 74. Learning Today
  75. 75. Today “Triple A” Learning
  76. 76. Anytime,Today Anywhere, Anyone
  77. 77. Today
  78. 78. Today
  79. 79. Today Two billion predators
  80. 80. Today Two billion teachers
  81. 81. Today
  82. 82. Today
  83. 83. Today Learning is...
  84. 84. Today ...Mobile
  85. 85. Today
  86. 86. Today
  87. 87. Today ...Networked
  88. 88. Today
  89. 89. Today
  90. 90. Today
  91. 91. Today ...Global
  92. 92. Today
  93. 93. Today 99.9% Strangers
  94. 94. Repeat:Today “I want to be found by strangers on the Internet.”
  95. 95. Today ...Collaborative
  96. 96. Today
  97. 97. Today
  98. 98. Today ...Self-Directed
  99. 99. Today
  100. 100. Today ...Authentic
  101. 101. Today
  102. 102. Today ...Transparent
  103. 103. Today
  104. 104. Today
  105. 105. Today Learning is Personal (not personalized)
  106. 106. New Literacies
  107. 107. Literacy National Council Teachers of English
  108. 108. Literacy Develop proficiency with the tools of technology
  109. 109. Build relationships withLiteracy others to pose and solve problems collaboratively and cross-culturally
  110. 110. Design and shareLiteracy information for global communities to meet a variety of purposes
  111. 111. Manage, analyze andLiteracy synthesize multiple streams of simultaneous information
  112. 112. Create, critique, analyze,Literacy and evaluate multi-media texts
  113. 113. Attend to the ethicalLiteracy responsibilities required by these complex environments
  114. 114. • Develop proficiency with the tools of technology   • Build relationships with others to pose and solve problems collaboratively and cross-culturally   • Design and share information for global communities to meet a variety ofLiteracy purposes   • Manage, analyze and synthesize multiple streams of simultaneous information   • Create, critique, analyze, and evaluate multi-media texts   • Attend to the ethical responsibilities required by these complex environments
  115. 115. • Develop proficiency with the tools of technology   • Build relationships with others to pose and solve problems collaboratively and cross-culturally   • Design and share information for globalLiteracy Are You Literate? communities to meet a variety of purposes   • Manage, analyze and synthesize multiple streams of simultaneous information   • Create, critique, analyze, and evaluate multi-media texts   • Attend to the ethical responsibilities required by these complex environments
  116. 116. Literacy “Network Literacy”
  117. 117. Transparency BalanceLiteracy Safety Connection More...
  118. 118. OurWork So...
  119. 119. WhatOurWorkChanges?
  120. 120. Our What do we have toWork “unlearn?”
  121. 121. Our Our challenges...Work
  122. 122. Our Our challenges...Work Our opportunities.
  123. 123. Our Old school?Work
  124. 124. Our Old school?Work Or BOLD school?
  125. 125. OurWork Bold = Doing Both
  126. 126. Inquiry AuthenticOur DigitalWork Bold = Networked Collaborative Personal
  127. 127. OurWork Bold = Teacher as Learner
  128. 128. OurWork Bold = Not Waiting
  129. 129. OurWork Bold = Speaking Out
  130. 130. “In times of change, learnersinherit the Earth, while the learned find themselves beautifullyequipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.” Eric Hoffer
  131. 131. THANKS! Will Richardson willrichardson.com willrich45

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