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Exploring the Edges

  1. 1. Dr Cheryl Doig Exploring the Edges A provocation for the future of education
  2. 2. School as a #learningecosystem Fit for purpose Adaptive Agile Complex Contextual The minute you stick your toe in the water the system has changed.
  3. 3. Agents who weave learning as: – facilitators – activists – curators – knowledge experts – bridge builders – boundary spanners – role models – innovators – inquirers www.thinkbeyond.co.nz TEACHING Leaders need to be warm and demanding. Professional, active, complex, present.
  4. 4. The 7 Principles of Learning 1. Learners at the center 2. Social nature of learning 3. Emotions are integral to learning 4. Recognising individual differences 5. Stretching all students 6. Assessment for learning 7. Building horizontal connections -Source: Dumont et al, 2010 Think Beyond Education
  5. 5. On average, by 2020, more than a third of the desired core skill sets of most occupations will be comprised of skills that are not yet considered crucial to the job today, according to our respondents. Overall, social skills— such as persuasion, emotional intelligence and teaching others—will be in higher demand across industries than narrow technical skills, such as programming or equipment operation and control. In essence, technical skills will need to be supplemented with strong social and collaboration skills. World Economic Forum - The Future of Jobs Preparation for the world of work?
  6. 6. • 75% of employees will be millennials • Over 2 billion jobs will have disappeared, freeing up talent for many fledgling industries. • The world’s largest Internet company will be in the education business, and it will be a company we have not heard of yet. • 50% of all traditional colleges will collapse, paving the way for an entire new education industry to emerge. • By 2030 over 80% of all doctor visits will have been replaced by automated exams. http://www.futuristspeaker.com/2012/02/2-billion-jobs-to-disappear-by-2030/ http://www.forbes.com/sites/joshsteimle/2015/05/05/reverse-mentoring-investing-in-tomorrows-business-strategy/#50533242666d Unbundled Speed 2030 Think Beyond Education
  7. 7. International migrants would now constitute the world’s fifth most populous country if they all lived in the same place
  8. 8. www.thinkbeyond.co.nz
  9. 9. The purpose of education - personalised for each learner more – access to all…to better – evidence to bear …to different – personalised From… Think Beyond Education
  10. 10. Internal to YOU Confidence that you can make a difference through your actions – to self, society or environment It is subjective Initiate, execute, control your actions Agency “In complex organizations where roles, responsibilities, and decision rights are ambiguous, a strong sense of agency is one of the most important attributes a leader can possess.” From The Third Wave: The Future of Leadership We want people: • to figure things out for themselves • to be self starters rather than being told what to do • have initiative • who don’t depend of on others for answers • hold themselves accountable • have a sense of responsibility for results Think Beyond Education
  11. 11. New Zealand must become a city of four million people Sir Paul CallaghanThink Beyond Education
  12. 12. Our message to leaders today for tomorrow’s learners Give young people more choice, more access to technology, more and varied opportunities, especially for independent learning while keeping each school’s character and motivating us to learn. Just don’t allow today’s reality to limit tomorrow’s possibilities. Summary of ideas from secondary school students ChCh 2013
  13. 13. Who gets to decide? For what world? Why? The purpose of education… Think Beyond Education
  14. 14. I have questions not answers… Think Beyond PO Box 35314 Christchurch New Zealand P +64 3 389 4216 c.doig@thinkbeyond.co.nz www.thinkbeyond.co.nz

Notas del editor

  • If we look at schools as organic we would focus on growing a solution rather than fixing a problem (Seely Brown)
  • What is it about our school that equips our learners to participate in the outside world?
  • OECD (Dumont et al, 2010) publication
    The Nature of Learning. This important book synthesises recent research on what is known about learning into seven principles that we have listed.
    What is taught
    How it is taught
    What is assessed
  • http://omegahrsolutions.com/2015/12/dramatic-predictions-for-the-year-2030.html
    But based on the work of Thomas Frey
    http://www.futuristspeaker.com/2013/12/33-dramatic-predictions-for-2030/
    http://www.futuristspeaker.com/2013/07/by-2030-over-50-of-colleges-will-collapse/
    According to Gary Lee, head of Learning and Development at Soo Key Group, 75% of employees are projected to be millennials by 2030, making them the fastest ever growing generation in the workplace, twice as big as either Gen X or the Baby Boomers. Millennials’ values and beliefs will influence business enormously in the coming years.
  • “Today, the number of people living outside their country of birth is larger than at any other time in history. International migrants would now constitute the world’s fifth most populous country of they all lived in the same place.” – United Nations Population Fund, 2006
  • From more (access to all) – to better (evidence to bear) to different – can’t go through this with increasing middle class = would take 150 years
  • Sir Paul Callaghan, one of New Zealand’s most influential scientist’s and New Zealander of the Year 2011
  • Are they getting the education they need? Is it the purpose of education or the way in which it is delivered that will meet this? Or is it both?
  • From more (access to all) – to better (evidence to bear) to different – can’t go through this with increasing middle class = would take 150 years

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