Learning 3.0: Relearning to Learn


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Relearning to Learn


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Manoel Pimentel Agile Coach - Adaptworks @manoelp Caio Cestari Agile Coach - Netshoes @caiocestari


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"Man-well" Pimentel Agile Coach - Adaptworks @manoelp "Kyle" Cestari Agile Coach - Netshoes @caiocestari


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X minutes Hands up = Time's up! This is a timeboxed moment :-)


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5 minutes I'm ______ and the biggest problem I'm trying to solve at work today is... Your Problem


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External Consultants Previous "Recipes" Training Sessions Books or Articles


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Your learning style can solve your problem. Your Problem


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2013, Harold Stolovitch & Erica Keeps


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"For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong." Henry Louis "H. L." Mencken


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Your learning style can solve your problem. Your Problem


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The Theory


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& Process of Learning Product of Learning


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Emergent Prescriptive


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1.0


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In Learning 1.0 you are a knowledge receiver, and we expect that an expert or institution decides on what and how you should learn. That is, ‘the expert’ decides on the product and the learning process in which you will be inserted. It is the root of prescriptive learning. It's where, to learn, you must be taught by a specialist.


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1:N


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Decides on the product and the process of learning


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2.0


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In Learning 2.0, there is a greater investment in dialogue and greater interaction especially in the learning product, while maintaining the expectation that the expert is the bearer of correct answers. It is prescriptive learning - getting some elements of emergent learning. It's where to learn, you should ask the experts.


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1:N


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Decides on the process and limits the product of learning


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3.0


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In Learning 3.0, the product of learning is no longer determined by experts, and begins to emerge taking as a basis, the challenges found in your real world. The learning process is inclusive, promoting the confrontation of multiple perspectives. It is the root of emergent learning. It's where to learn, you should share.


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Dialogue Egalitarianism Multiple Perspectives


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1.0 Experts define questions and answers 2.0 3.0 Learners define Learners define questions but both questions experts define and answers answers


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The Practice


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How can I create an emergent learning environment on my company?


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Asker - The owner of the theme Facilitator of the process Sharers of the stories and ideas to address the theme


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Askers - The owners of the theme Facilitators of the process Sharers of the stories and ideas to address the theme


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5 minutes


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Time's Up


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Time's Up


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Time's Up


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5 minutes


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Time's Up


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Takeaways ➔ See the value of emergent learning! ➔ Become a learning facilitator! (it's a non-trivial transition) ➔ Apply it to your retrospectives! ➔ Apply it to your Communities of Practice! ➔ Apply it to address your organizational problems! Your Problem


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@caiocestari, Learning 3.0 Facilitator Thank you! :) @manoelp, Learning 3.0 Facilitator http://learning30.co/ #learning30 "Sharing is the new teaching."


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