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7 challenges 4 open learning model

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Maria Barceló

on 27 February 2013

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4 open learning model 7 challenges 1. Is "human" a digital specie? 2.How do we learn? 3.Is our world changing so fast? 5.Is enough malleable our brain to adapt to a new world? 4.Is technology changing our learning aptitudes and actitudes? 6.What is relevant in a new learning model? 7.Is a MOOC a new learning tool for a new learning model? Take a look at the Caves Art (Altamira) Human needs to visualize information, to tell stories… it is a learning evolution history! 3 key drivers
Learning by training: classes, lessons, lectures... 10%
Learning by sharing: interacting, working together, team building... 20%
Learning by experience: challenges, projects, solving problems... 70% Connectivity is changing our behaviors or not? Are we hiding our personality behind the screens? The screen no longer separates the bits and atoms, so is e-learning an extension of traditional training or is it changing the model? Google is making us stupid, read the paper,
http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2008/07/is-google-making-us-stupid/306868/ Socialization, ideas exchange, new knowledge and innovation. Very fast and extensive, time and geographic barriers disappear in the XXI learning model. Post human learning needs memory backup… Yes if we are able to interact and to make some reflections related to the course. The challenge is going further that the “I liked” culture, is more about create, collaborate and connect. Starting a BLOG
http://tekimery.blogspot.com.es/2013/02/learning-evolution-always-digital.html Read an expert about "Trashumanism: human&technology"

http://www.nickbostrom.com/ethics/values.html Is the intensive use of technology changing our brain? We have a plastic and malleable brain and if we accept that we read different (browsing) in the computer than in a paper we have to assume the relevance of mental mapping, visualization and metaphoras as new learning tools in a new learning model. We are made of meat but with a brain that is more than meat Conclusion to MY#EDCMOOC

Technology is more than a channel for learning. It is a facilitator and a key driver itself that influences the way we learn and collaborate. Furthermore, social networking and Internet are enabling an exchange of ideas that have never been given earlier in humanity. And that ideas flow is brainstorming everywhere, breaking down barriers of geography and time, and it is allowing the generation of new knowledge, new learning and innovation. 6 Feb 2013 MY#EDCMOOC Painting and visual mapping Visual knowledge maps.
http://pinterest.com/mbarcelo001/digital-learning/ 6 Feb 2013 MY#EDCMOOC Blogging 5 Feb 2013 MY#EDCMOOC Painting and visual mapping 3 Feb 2013 MY#EDCMOOC Chatting and connecting people 2 Feb 2013 MY#EDCMOOC Writing and exchanging 1 Feb 2013 MY#EDCMOOC Reading, listening and reflection Conclusion to MY#EDCMOOC

Technology is more than a channel for learning; is a means and an end in itself that influences the way we learn and collaborate. Furthermore, social networking and Internet technologies are enabling the exchange of ideas and connecting us in ways never seen before in human history. This continuous flow of ideas, without time of geographic boundaries, facilitates the generation of new knowledge, learning and innovation. 4 Feb 2013 MY#EDCMOOC Micro-blogging in English and Spanish Matrix: Can you pilot? My#EDCMOOC
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