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June- Future of Education

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Alan Ovens

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Transcript of June- Future of Education

The future of education
in a changing world
What's changing?
Emergent Reality #1: Shifting priorities
Emergent Reality #3: Changing views of of what is knowledge and learning
Emergent Reality #4: The education sector as a developing marketplace
Emergent Reality #5: Personalised learning
Metaphor 2: A braided river
Metaphor 3: A braided river with campground for “drowning” students
Metaphor 4: A networked campground
Metaphor 1: A forked river
R. Bolstad & J. Gilbert (2008) Disciplining and drafting or 21st century learning? Rethinking the New Zealand senior secondary curriculum for the future. NZCER Press: Wellington
R. Bolstad & J. Gilbert (2008) Disciplining and drafting or 21st century learning? Rethinking the New Zealand senior secondary curriculum for the future. NZCER Press: Wellington
R. Bolstad & J. Gilbert (2008) Disciplining and drafting or 21st century learning? Rethinking the New Zealand senior secondary curriculum for the future. NZCER Press: Wellington
R. Bolstad & J. Gilbert (2008) Disciplining and drafting or 21st century learning? Rethinking the New Zealand senior secondary curriculum for the future. NZCER Press: Wellington
Implication: Rethink teachers and learners roles
Unbundled schools
Deleuze and Guattari (1987)
The metaphor of the tree
The metaphor of the rhizome
Order
Symmetry
Hierarchy
Simplicity
Balance
Unity
Connectivity
Diversity
Decentralisation
Mapping
Muliplicity
Changing brain metaphors
Brain as computer
Modular, hierarchically organised organ centrally coordinating body action

-- movement is programmed act
Brain as orchestra
Multiple neural networks highly interconnected and interdependent like an orchestra

-- movement is an emergent and creative act
Passive participation
Received action
Individualized experiences
Closed environment
Decontextualised experiences
Superficial evaluation
Disconnected experiences
Active participation
Self-determined action
Collaborative experiences
Open environment
Situated/authentic experiences
Reflective evaluation
Connected experiences
Jess, Atencio & Thorburn (2008)
Shifting pedagogies
Metaphors for learning
... teach someone to fish and you feed them for a lifetime
... provide the means to access the resources to sustain growth
21st Century Skills
Creativity
Collaboration
Critical Thinking
Communication
Key
Competencies
The world is increasingly complex, fluid and uncertain
Alan Ovens
School of Curriculum and Pedagogy
Education marketplace
Learning is a process of re-constructing prior understandings
Learning is a process of acquiring and storing information
Learning is a process of reacting to external stimuli
Connectivisim
Constructivism
Cognitivism
Behaviourism
Learning is a process of connecting nodes of information sources
Individual nodes
Hierarchical Network
Distributed Network
The internet:
connects lots of people
provides access to diverse range of people
contains many communities and sub-groups
is cumulative
scales indefinitely
From crowds to networks
Emergent Reality #2: Increased connectivity
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