Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

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August 2nd, 2012

I just posted notes from Daniel Wilson’s presentation on Collaboration and Learning from Future of Learning - http://t.co/cFTTmy63 #FOL2012

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The New York Times spent 36 Hours in #Midcoast #Maine: Brunswick, Harpswell, Rockland, Belfast - http://t.co/9oPftgVg

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#LauraTavares works with educators to support civic learning - Facing History and Ourselves http://t.co/cxdv20lp #FOL2012

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#LauraTavares: Watch “Young, Muslim, and French” from PBS Wide Angle (topic: the 2004 scarf-ban in schools). http://t.co/WwPIbj6f #FOL2012

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#LauraTavares: What is the role of schools in navigating civic dilemmas, such as discrimination and bigotry? #FOL2012

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(A personal favorite)

#LauraTavares: Read “What Do We Do With a Variation?” by James Berry. http://t.co/dwx9jkbx #FOL2012

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#LauraTavares: Globalization, migration, & identity. How do we formulate national identity in a globalized world? (JFC: Should we?) #FOL2012

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#JustinReich: Google (v.) “twitter best professional development ever” https://t.co/lSDiS44M #FOL2012

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#DanielWilson: To facilitate trust and learning in schools, stop celebrating competence and independence! Celebrate not knowing. #FOL2012

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#DanielWilson: People in teams fear being seen as incompetent or vulnerable. Create cultures of trust by celebrating incompetence! #FOL2012

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#DanielWilson: “If I know you through more than one identity structure, I can interpret your behavior more completely.” #FOL2012

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#DanielWilson: High-performing groups use appropriate claims of knowledge: assertive (confident) or conditional (uncertain). #FOL2012

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#DanielWilson: Co-creation needs balance of: doubt & certainty, collective & individual identity, competence & vulnerability. #FOL2012

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JoanSoWhat #fol2012 Wish I could hear Chris Dede’s plenary again without tweeting — would I learn more or less?

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#DanielWilson: Layers of shared work: communicate, coordinate, cooperate, collaborate (co-creating something that didn’t exist). #FOL2012

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#DanielWilson: Dimensions of a collaborative activity: goal/task (what), membership (who), process (how), commitment (why). #FOL2012

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#DanielWilson: What’s the worst collaborative activity you can imagine: have a committee write a document! #FOL2012

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#DanielWIlson: Learning expands from individual work & static knowledge to include emerging knowledge & collaborative processes. #FOL2012

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Challenges to collaborative online learning: educator inexperience in sharing and listening, holding open space, skepticism. #FOL2012

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#DanielWilson: Exemplary examples of collab. learning come not from schools, but creative industries, such as https://t.co/xJ0HZanL #FOL2012

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#Daniel Wilson: How and why do effective groups integrate learning into their works? What are the challenges? #FOL2012

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Just posted notes from Chris Dede’s talk at Future of Learning: http://t.co/Mk2uF1vM #FOL2012

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#DanielWilson: How do we design our work environments to encourage co-creation? #FOL2012

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#DanielWilson: Interested in intersection between space design and learning, co-creative interaction and community involvement. #FOL2012

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What if we re-conceived classrooms as design charrettes, with guided discoveries of the real world? #FOL2012

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JoanSoWhat #fol2012 Where should “transformation” lead in our individual schools? Little discussion of values and dreams in school.

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It’s nice to talk about/demo what’s possible, but schools/districts don’t have the money to create expensive vision projects. #FOL2012

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In’t the very definition of disruptive technology doing what’s already being done easier/cheaper? Nail in the classroom coffin? #FOL2012

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@CarlaHess1 Yes. We need to discuss and evaluate digital learning out in the wild, not just in the controlled academic environment. #FOL2012

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RodRock1 #fol2012 I truly believe that we must make learning interdisciplinary. Life doesn’t happen in a math, science, art, or literature vacuum.

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#ChrisDede: In “Lifewide learning,” you are learning all the time in all the spaces you inhabit with all people you interact with. #FOL2012

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#ChrisDede: We need to embed formative assessments right into future learning environs., just as games provide constant feedback. #FOL2012

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Augmented reality modules in 1 hour? A pond in Concord is different from one in Tanzania. 100s of hours of knowledge to integrate. #FOL2012

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kateydear @AnteRunnquist I agree #fol2012 I want kids to feel the rain and smell the pond as a part of the experience.

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mccrickerd How are these approached (immersive or quasi-immersive via tech) developing the skill of expert decision-making? #fol2012

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hburgiel #FOL2012 Can you give an example of a location aware AR that’s authentic, not gimicky? That works on a state- or nationwide scale?

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bcchs_principal #FoL2012: How can we shift policy of school districts banning cell phones to using phones responsibly and as a way to augment learning?

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#ChrisDede: Mobile, augmented reality version of EcoMUVE ecosystem software for middle-school. Video: http://t.co/yR6PCHuN #FOL2012

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JoanSoWhat #fol2012 Would love to see school leaders and teachers create immersive environments depicting schools/classrooms of future — and share!

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RodRock1 #fol2012 Henry Jenkins’ Framework for New Literacies http://t.co/oio3heDc

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@PrincipalThinks Need to move technology from substitution to augmentation, modification, and complete redefinition of learning. #FOL2012

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PrincipalThinks #FOL2012 Are these technologies really about transformation or, substitution?

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#ChrisDede: Watch one perspective on social media and open journalism (Guardian advert: The Three Little Pigs) http://t.co/7M6eldd8 #FOL2012

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journalismnews From earlier: How a newsroom cafe helped boost digital ad revenue at The Register Citizen http://t.co/WlARTiku #journalism

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Great, thought-provoking questions at #FOL2012!

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mccrickerd Do classrooms have to be barren? Is on-line environment best solution to the barren problem? #fol2012

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hburgiel #FOL2012 How scalable is the professional development required for teachers to use EcoMUVE?

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PrincipalThinks #FOL2012 I wonder how this simulation connects with Mary Helen’s research on emotions and mind?How do students feel in the virtual world?

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bjfr Not all MOOCs are barren. #fol2012. Go to http://t.co/K2YQi0Nj, see if it’s barren. Udacity, Coursera, and MITx are not the only MOOCs.

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PrincipalThinks #FOL2012 What can we learned from the perspectives of those in developing countries while considering the future of learning?

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conweb #fol2012 can we teach students to navigate complex intersecting, overlapping, disparate communities, still maintaining a whole personhood?

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mccrickerd What about ‘life-worthy’ beyond ‘career-worthy’? Students need to reflect, be quiet, be receptive to world altering ideas. #fol2012

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RodRock1 RT#FOL2012 if you exclude everything that can be done by digital technology, what remains?… emotional connections and human interactions.

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AnteRunnquist #FOL2012 I don’t see the point in replicating real life in a digital world, why not use the real world and use digital tools to enhance it?

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#Maine’s strategic plan for learner-centered education: http://t.co/jUyrvTlF Videos: http://t.co/FSuR6BV4 #FOL2012

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@RodRock1 #Maine is seeking ESEA waiver to develop learner-centered education metrics and seek the technology to support them. #FOL2012

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#ChrisDede: Virtual environment for studying a local ecosystem. Watch the first video demo (the Pond Module): http://t.co/AQqJ5JK4 #FOL2012

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@RodRock1 #Maine is part of Smarter Balanced and, from what I can tell, the assessments fully support learner-centered ed. tech. #FOL2012

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#ChrisDede: Next generation “immersive learning” environments will be focused on augmented reality and multi-user environments. #FOL2012

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@RodRock1 Lots of discussion at chief state education officers (state level) meetings. Don’t know about federal representatives. #FOL2012

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#ChrisDede: Traditional classrooms, even MOOCs, are barren learning settings. Move toward “situated” learning, like internships. #FOL2012

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#ChrisDede: National Education Technology Plan 2010. http://t.co/w7tWQhMu #FOL2012

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#ChrisDede: As automation grows, focus on the functions only humans can do well: creative problem-solving, complex communications. #FOL2012

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#ChrisDede: Even with technology, “we can still do the wrong things in a very powerful way” #FOL2012

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Q: How will an unbundling of education (into smaller units) transform the diploma-granting function of schools and colleges? #FOL2012

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Student questions will be forwarded through Twitter for this session on digital-enhanced learning. #FOL2012

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#ChrisDede speaking on the ways digital media will transform future education. http://t.co/zEgHl0gQ #FOL2012

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#BoixMansilla: The emerging role of educators is to ask, “Are these the biggest questions, the most important things to be done?” #FOL2012

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#BoixMansilla: Re-conceive learning as a whole process with scaffolding (JFC: spiralling) rather than linear. #FOL2012

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@conweb Please explain more about “question-sending nodes.”

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#BoixMansilla: Change our perspectives from “learning disability” to “school disability” and “textbook disability” - #FOL2012

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#BoixMansilla: Design learning environments that teach essence and understanding, rather than technique (coding/decoding) alone. #FOL2012

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#BoixMansilla: How will societal changes shape learning in the future? How will learning change and what will remain constant? #FOL2012

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Day 3 of Future of Learning 2012 at Harvard. Today: current research on digital strategies for learning. #FOL2012

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WGBH celebrates Julia Child’s 100th Birthday with a tribute set to “Sweet Child of Mine!” - http://t.co/6K1iCiJP

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