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Title: Dr. Monica Martinez


1
Re-Making Learning
  • Dr. Monica Martinez
  • Vice President for Education Strategy
  • KnowledgeWorks Foundation

2
Graduation Year 2020
  • When students graduate in 2020, what will the
    world be like?
  • Given that world, what will students need to
    succeed?

3
What is the purpose of education if not for the
future generations?
  • Hunter Lovins

4
2006 2016 Map of Future Forces Affecting
Education
  • refresh scheduled for january 2009

5
How is the Map Arranged?
6
What are the Drivers of Change?
  • Grassroots Economics
  • Smart Networking
  • Strong Opinions, Strongly Held
  • Sick Herd
  • Urban Wilderness
  • The End of Cyberspace

7
Driver Grassroots Economicsfrom economies of
scale to economies of groups
  • A new mode of production
  • Openness
  • Transparency
  • Peering
  • Sharing
  • Bottom-up, rather than top-down, processes

8
Vision of the Grassroots Economy
9
What does this tell us?
  • Production/ work is more
  • Prosumer-based (Consumers produce)
  • Cognitively complex
  • Globally aware
  • Team-based and collaborative
  • Dependent on social skills
  • Immediate
  • Reliant on technological competence
  • Mobile
  • Bottom line

10
Implications of Grassroots Economics
  • How do we create reciprocal and distributive
    relationships with coaches and teachers or
    teachers and students?
  • What is a broader toolset to address this new
    form of relational, social, collaborative
    teaching and most importantly, to make learning
    visible in this new context.
  • How do you decentralize and streamline curriculum
    development to make a learning institution more
    flexible and responsive to students or new
    teachers?

11
Driver Smart Networkingfrom informed citizens
to engaged networkers
  • The Information Age vs the Connected Age
  • Passive Age vs the Active Age
  • From informed consumer, citizen, parent, for
    problem solving to a connected community of
    sharing and self-organizing for problem solving.

12
Examples of Smart Networking
  • for mediaflickr, last.fm, pandora, wikispaces,
    blogger
  • by locationnewmindspace, meetup
  • for romancematch, okcupid, consummating
  • for no real reasonmyspace, facebook,
    friendster, twitter, hi5, orkut, etc.
  • for idealsmoveon.org,grassfire.org,shoutout.or
    g

13
What does this tell us?
  • Technology/Social media is the primary tool to
    facilitate communication.
  • Networking will create new forms of work,
    socializing, and political action.
  • Collective action can become the norm.

14
Implications of Smart Networking
  • If learners can communicate anytime, anyplace,
    with anyone, what new affiliations and group
    dynamics can be leveraged for education?
  • How can an IT Platform be constructed as a social
    and collaborative learning platform?
  • What opportunities are out there to develop
    communities for learning student to student,
    student to teacher, teacher to teacher?
  • How can interactivity be integrated into
    educational practices?
  • How can value be added to what may be widely
    available?

15
If These Walls Could Talk?
  • Michael Wesch
  • Kansas State University

16
Potential new skills for teachers
  • Mobbability the ability to work in large groups
    and to organize and collaborate with many people
    simultaneous.
  • Ping quotient responsiveness to other peoples
    requests for engagements and to reach out to
    others in the network.
  • Open Authorships ease with creating content for
    immediate public consumption and modification.
  • Cooperation radar the ability to sense who
    would make the best collaborators on a particular
    project.

17
Over the next ten years, how will these minds,
new skills of our students and incoming teachers
remake organization?
  • What it means to organize (verb)
  • and
  • What an organization (noun) looks like

18
2020 Forecast Amplified Organizations
  • Extended human capacity remakes the organization.
  • Amplified educators and learners embrace
    technologies of cooperation, prototype new models
    of learning, and cultivate open and collaborative
    approaches to learning.
  • Education institutions will not be the exclusive
    agents of learning, performance assessment,
    support, or quality assurance.

19
2020 Roles Learning Agents
  • Learning Partner
  • Community Intelligence Cartographer
  • Personal Education Advisor
  • Learning Fitness Instructor
  • Assessment Designer
  • Social Capital Platform Developer
  • Learning Journey Mentor
  • Education Sousveyor

20
Quotes
  • The future is already here...

21
Quotes
  • The future is already here...
  • ...its just not evenly distributed.
  • - William Gibson, author

22
CONTACT INFORMATION
  • Monica R. Martinez, PhD
  • Vice President of Education Strategy
  • KnowledgeWorks Foundation
  • (513) 929-1109martinezm_at_kwfdn.org
  • One West Fourth Street, Suite 200Cincinnati,
    Ohio 45202
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