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Manifesto 15 - Slides

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  1. 1. Manifesto 15 Evolving learning JOHN W. MORAVEC @moravec john@educationfutures.com
  2. 2. Lawrence Weiner @Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
  3. 3. manifesto15.org
  4. 4. Paradigm Domain 1.0 2.0 Knowmadic Fundamental relationships Simple Complex Complex creative (teleological) Conceptualization of order Hierarchic Heterarchic Intentional, self- organizing Relationships of parts Mechanical Holographic Synergetic Worldview Deterministic Indeterminate Design Causality Linear Mutual Anticausal Change process Assembly Morphogenic Creative destruction Reality Objective Perspectival Contextual Place Local Globalizing Globalized
  5. 5. “The future is already here 
 — it’s just not very evenly distributed.”
 William Gibson
  6. 6. 1.0 schools cannot teach 3.0 kids.
  7. 7. Kids are people, too.
  8. 8. The thrill of jumping off a cliff by deciding to do so yourself is a high you will never have if someone else pushes you off of it.
  9. 9. Don’t value what we measure,
 measure what we value.
  10. 10. Peter Gray We are so obsessed with measuring things that we think
 we can measure an education; but we can’t. https://www.facebook.com/peter.gray.3572/posts/10152612489153801?pnref=story
  11. 11. If “technology” is the answer, what was the question?
  12. 12. Digital skills are invisible,
 and so should technologies be in schools.
  13. 13. We cannot manage knowledge.
  14. 14. “The network is the learning.” George Siemens
  15. 15. knowledge Cristóbal Cobo
  16. 16. experience Cristóbal Cobo
  17. 17. The future belongs to nerds, geeks, makers, dreamers and knowmads.
  18. 18. Knowmad Society (2013), p. 18 A knowmad is a nomadic knowledge worker –that is, a creative, imaginative, and innovative person who can work with almost anybody, anytime, and anywhere.
  19. 19. Knowmads are also context workers
  20. 20. Not restricted by age Tacit and explicit learner Contextualizer of knowledge Collaborator Purposively uses new technologies Invites sharing Unlearner and learner Thrives in flat networks Continuous learner Not afraid of failure Artwork designed by Freepik.com
  21. 21. By 2020, 45% of us will be knowmads
  22. 22. Knowmads stand out. And so should you.
  23. 23. John S. Hall (King Missile) “I want to be different, like everybody else I want to be like.”
  24. 24. NASA
  25. 25. NASA
  26. 26. Skills for entrepreneurship and intrapreneurship are critical in Knowmad Society.
  27. 27. Entreprenerds
  28. 28. Nerd Venn Diagram inspired from Mashable: http://mashable.com/2009/09/07/nerd-venn-diagram/ Intelligence Eccentricity Obsession Dweeb Nerd Geek Dork Applied: Imagination Creativity Innovation = EntrepreNerd +
  29. 29. Break the rules, 
 but understand why, clearly, first.
  30. 30. We must and can build cultures of trust in our schools and communities.
  31. 31. So what?
  32. 32. My approach Open, flat, impactful, networked, communicated
  33. 33. 1. Open
  34. 34. 2. Flat
  35. 35. 3. Impactful
  36. 36. Mode I Mode II Mode III Interventions Attitudes Systems-based Vectors Beliefs Core-transformative Quick hacks Trendy ideas Revolutions Easy to sell Easy to sell Hard to sell Easy to implement Hard to implement Really hard to implement Easy to measure Harder to measure Really hard to measure
  37. 37. Mode I Mode II Mode III Laptops, iPads, etc. Design thinking Invisible learning Testing EduPunk Democratic education Common Core/Standards Professional learning communities Critical pedagogy STEM Creativity Unschooling Longer school year Co-working/co-learning Nearly all edutech startups Early childhood education*
  38. 38. 4. Networked
  39. 39. Maurice Mikkers
  40. 40. Networking supports transdisciplinarity and postdisciplinarity.
  41. 41. 5. Well communicated
  42. 42. Can we partner to create a collective capacity to transform education?
  43. 43. Innovute!
  44. 44. manifesto15.org

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