New learning, new society


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New learning, new society Stephen Downes February 19, 2015 Ryerson University: The Chang School


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The Right Model 1


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Existing models are failing


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What’s the best model for learning?


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What’s the best model for learning?


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The pundits have their own models to propose Data-driven management


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The pundits have their own models to propose Tiered service models at universities


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The pundits have their own models to propose


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Designers are full of models


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Designers are full of models


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Designers are full of models


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Technology is full of models


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Technology is full of models 'intelligent enough to mimic the traditional classroom experience’


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Technology is full of models


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New versions of old models don’t produce new results


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New versions of old models don’t produce new results


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New versions of old models don’t produce new results


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People are looking for learning that is relevant and practical


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People are looking for learning that is relevant and practical Iyadunni Olubode


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People are looking for learning that is relevant and practical "Everyone knows that knowledge is growing at an increasing depth and an increasing breadth, so you need people which can constantly learn and bridge that gap even while they’re in their current jobs." Iyadunni Olubode


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Maybe the ‘right model’ is to do away with the models altogether Sugata Mitra


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Maybe the ‘right model’ is to do away with the models altogether


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Self-Organized Learning 2


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The idea of control is an illusion Sally Satel: Control is an illusion and always has been an illusion.  It is a Hobbesian paradox that we cannot enforce change unless change has already occurred.


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The idea of control is an illusion Jean Baptiste Lamarck


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The future of ed tech is a reclamation project We must reclaim control of the data, content, and knowledge we create.” Lucy Gray


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The future of ed tech is a reclamation project “We must reclaim control of the data, content, and knowledge we create.” Audrey Watters


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The future of ed tech is a reclamation project Jim Groom


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The future of ed tech is a reclamation project


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What’s missing is BAD Bricolage Affordances Distribution


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Personal vs Personalized Alvin Toffler


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Personal vs Personalized


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Personal vs Personalized


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The personal isn’t designed. It is based on self-organization


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The personal isn’t designed. It is based on self-organization


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The personal isn’t designed. It is based on self-organization David Weinberger :We don't feel overloaded by the effects of 1.3 million apple pie recipes or 7.6 million cute cat photos.


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Reclaimed learning is network learning


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Reclaimed learning is network learning


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Reclaimed learning is network learning Publish (on your) Own Site, Syndicate Elsewhere”... The POSSE antimodel David Wiley


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“The edge is becoming more important than the node.” Mary Meeker The rise of mobile, the proliferation of apps...


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“The edge is becoming more important than the node.” George Siemens


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“The edge is becoming more important than the node.” Ben Werdmuller may have a startup invested in the concept, but his view of an indieweb


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The distributed developer’s stack


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The distributed developer’s stack Schema.org https://bitnami.com/stacks


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The distributed developer’s stack


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Network Learning - Building the MOOC


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Network Learning - Building the MOOC


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Network Learning - Building the MOOC


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Interactions in a Problem Space 3


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Connectivism as a learning theory “Connectivism repositions media as a type of content, in that media, as tools of cognitive engagement, have the potential to transform the content of learning.”


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Connectivism as a learning theory The Siemens answer is multimodal extension.


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Connectivism as a learning theory The Downes answer: pattern recognition.


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Elements of MOOC design Connection across systems


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Elements of MOOC design Conversation


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Elements of MOOC design


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Reading and networking will become one and the same thing Utopia developer Steve Pettifer


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Content and literacy will become one and the same thing


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The learner at the centre of the networked world


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The learner at the centre of the networked world


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The learner at the centre of the networked world Interactions in a problem space


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Connective technology transforming the workplace


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The collaboration of the future: cooperation we no longer share models, designs, visions, goals, or objectives


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The collaboration of the future: cooperation


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The collaboration of the future: cooperation


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The new skills are network skills


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What is it we need when we say we need education?


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What is it we need when we say we need education? Nicholas Negroponte, Alan Kay, and Marvin Minsky and Mitchel Resnick


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New learning, new society


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Stephen Downes http://www.downes.ca


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