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Collaborative Spaces as Schools

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James Carlson

on 27 September 2018

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Transcript of Collaborative Spaces as Schools

EXPERIENCES
COMMUNITY
INFRASTRUCTURE
SPACE
RESOURCES
OUTCOMES
collective impact
meeting
celebration
performance
hackathon
co-working
off-site team
class
unconference
team building
creative community
youth
families
startups
schools
local government
local businesses
non-profits
social innovators
freelancers
tablets
tables
chairs
shelves, storage
3d printers
media production
wifi
electronic shop
projectors
high speed internet
hot space
storage
classroom
stage
offices
meet rooms
hall or venue
studio
workshop
kitchen
in-kind support
concierge services
membership fees
event rentals
business services
earned income
sponsorship
donations
grants
WHAT
HOW
WHY
strengthen neighborhood business
greater civic engagement
increase in collaboration across sectors
work-life balance
greater transparency
faster launch of social innovation projects
growth of creative economy
healthy sustainable startups
THANK YOU
James Carlson
1-414-215-0215
james@schoolfactory.org
@hypnagogic
@schoolfactory
reMaking Humanities
large companies
enable project economy
2002-2007~: 1
2007-2015:
450+
8 varieties
hackerspace
makerspace
co-working
artist collab
project collab
open democracy
citizen science
COLLABORATIVE SPACES
SCHOOLS
COLLAB SPACES
as
SCHOOL
community
Change the door
Entry state
Unfamiliar with collaboration as a practice of learning
Not self-identified as creative
Unfamiliar with participation in a collaborative environment
Unfriendly to failure, mistakes, and iteration
What is the invitation that lures the learner?
Transition
Learning how to participate in the context of collaboration
Experience social interaction in collaborative space
Learning how to self-direct learning
Practices of experimentation and failure
Determining goals and personal objectives
Meeting the specific mentors and partners who will support
Creating a path for learning and engagement
Discovering new fields of curiosity
Engaged
Integrated with collaborative community
Experience shift in personal values
Creating and learning
Considering alternatives of personal sustainability and health
How does the learner know their "decompression" is complete?
How does the learner continue to measure themselves in an emergent learning context?
How does the learning community incorporate the value of the learner?
What is the future of humanities in the age of making?
James Carlson
@hypnagogic
@schoolfactory
98,000 public
33,000 private
48,000 libraries!
How to make a better door?

How to grow to match existing numbers of teachers, schools, libraries, universities?

How do we bring into rural places with <10k population?

open health
kitchen
open food
accelerator
incubator
personal health and sustainability
workshop
research
homogenous
[lots of white males!]
not linked to communities
individual transformation focus
tends towards engineering / science skillsets, not social, human, or empathetic skillsets
"It's called LAB, who goes to those?"
2002, Milwaukee
BUCKETWORKS
Art gallery
Computer Lab
Creative Workshop
Event Venue
Law Office
Coffee Shop
800-900 events per year
90 new startup companies
100s of members and partners
1000s of works of art and culture
2 weddings, so far!
relatively rare
Disconnected from communities
Direct instruction
passive learning
Linear, silo approach to subjects
yet, in nearly all places
How do we create this as a model?
MAKING
EMPATHY
ECONOMY
EDUCATION
STEM / STEAM
STARTUPS
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
CITIZEN ENGAGEMENT
BETTER DEMOCRACY
SOCIETY
FULFILLMENT
HAPPINESS
HEATLH
PASSION
JOY
SELF
THE NEW TEACHER
THE OLD TEACHER
just in the U.S.
TELLING STORIES:
How would you explain this to your grandmother?
How would you explain this to a typical teacher in a school today?
How would you explain this to the prime minister?
How would you explain this to a small child, under age 10?
832,300 primary schools in China
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