Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

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MIT: Seymour Papert, whose ideas transformed how millions of children around the world learn, has died j.mp/2aDLIBa

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OutofEdenLearn .@VBoixMansilla on the 3 entry points to & citizenship–the self, the child, the newsOpic.twitter.com/CMU85ugHGSGS

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RekhaPuriNYC Goodbye and forge ahead focusing on 3 entry points to & @VBoixMansilla pic.twitter.com/l0hjod3FhP

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VikBLR An artefact to demonstrate after 3 incredible days at the conference pic.twitter.com/1MVwupS4Bq

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VikBLR @kimsaxe I’m still doodling:-). Thanks @AgencybyDesign for an amazing session on Systems Thinking at pic.twitter.com/Tpi8SQv91G

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CarlDraeger Arrived w/desire to change structures at home. I’m leaving with a clearer focus of my responsibilities w/global perspective.

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ConsultantChris An inspiring & provocative experience at Harvard’s Future of Learning Institute this week @CognitionEdu pic.twitter.com/xdgTkKDI7x

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CarolinaVillgs Thank you for a wonderful time of slowing down and deep thinking pic.twitter.com/Q42c3fxvjP

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Perkins: In civic engagement, the focus on choice (between candidates, issues) tends to hide its design (underlying meaning).

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FlossieSGChua DPerkins: “what’s hiding what” as a routine for reflecting on what we need to pay attention to, what’s deeper/less visible to us

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David Perkins Poem: One Train May Hide Another by Kenneth Koch poets.org/poetsorg/poem/…

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@DrHowardGardner Where do good work, play, and learning happen? Anywhere, anytime. With mentors. Within the community.

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@DrHowardGardner would prefer to call HGSE the Harvard School of Lifelong Learning, starting before birth, and throughout life

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@DrHowardGardner The two worlds of face-to-face and digital are interacting and will merge.

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@VBoixMansilla We are the constructors of our own destiny.

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Amazing how one can go from confidence to confusion in only 3 days.

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onslo22 A wonderful 3 days with educators who enrich the lives of so many Thank you pic.twitter.com/TgjXAyI6s6

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Learning group wrote postcard back to themselves from the future. The future is unknown, so start with empathy and resilience.

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Most of the powerful ideas were “between” structures: connecting, contextual, and collective, but not owned by any one person.

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OutofEdenLearn “How do we have and give voice?” @danielwilsonPZ reflects on @ProjectZeroHGSE

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I used to think I had to make sense of conference ideas right away. Now I know I can stop, reflect … and figure it out next weeOL

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afstrom Appreciative of the thoughtful work from @VBoixMansilla leading @ProjectZeroHGSE’s Future of Learning pic.twitter.com/cXZ891Dx3V

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.@ProjectZeroHGSE is helping local networks grow, including: making, innovating, and learning pz.harvard.edu/professional-d…

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About @ProjectZeroHGSE: the longest-standing research project at Harvard vimeo.com/96762490 @danielwilsonPZ

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danielwilsonPZ Welcome to this week’s Future of Learning . Wondering what is PZ? A short video on PZ’s history vimeo.com/96762490

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