Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

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August 3rd, 2012

@MLthoughts Same here. So much more to come!

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Just posted raw notes from Marcelo Suarez Orozco and Anthony Appiah at Future of Learning 2012 http://t.co/PAq1zDQM #FOL2012

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lanegd01 #fol2012 #HG Daydreaming may be necessary for the most important endeavours

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danielwilsonPZ #FOL2012 Howard Gardner: “Education is not learning stuff, it’s about making choices”

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#DavidPerkins: When contemplating the future of learning, consider current issues *as well as* their contexts. http://t.co/8lId6yrx #FOL2012

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From a colleague: “I used to think I was alone in pushing the educational system toward variability and connection. Now, I’m not.” #FOL2012L

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Worth remembering: Globalization is about ideas as well as physical migration. #FOL2012L

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Disagreement ≠ disrespect. #FOL2012

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jasonpatera seeming ≠ being

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#Appiah: You can disagree profoundly, but the foundation is the simple connection between people. (Reference to UK Skins.) #FOL2012

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#Appiah: Don’t think of intercultural conversations as successes or failures. Think of them as simply have value in themselves. #FOL2012

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#Appiah: Accept and embrace multiple identities. #Orozco: Whitman wrote, “I contradict myself, I contain multitudes.” #FOL2012

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#Orozco: We must educate young people to become more aware of the draw of the instantaneous. #FOL2012

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#Orozco: A narcissism of the moment fails to connect the archeology of the cycles of the past, misses continuity in disequilibrium. #FOL2012

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#Gardner: What are young people’s greatest misconceptions about globalism/cosmopolitanism? #FOL2012

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#Appiah: Cosmopolitanism should mean globalization of locally-held ideals that are common to humans. But, which are fundamental? #FOL2012

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Joyce flipped the cosmopolitan perspective: “In the particular is contained the universal.” Eastern/Vedic roots? #FOL2012

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#Appiah: Paradox of cosmopolitanism: Citizen of the cosmos, but from a place. Must integrate global and local identities. #FOL2012

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#Orozco: The 2008 econ crash brought immigration to US to full stop. Now negative flow; people going elsewhere. Fundamental change. #FOL2012

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#Appiah: We must reduce inequalities in the global distribution of educated people, to make concrete the migration of ideas. #FOL2012

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conweb #fol2012 the web got rid of “I thought I was the only one.” That creates pressure. People see a connectedness that wasn’t visible before.

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Still in the information-gathering mode. Won’t start truly reflecting for days, weeks. @sean_rankin @PrincipalThinks #FOL2012

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Yes! @PrincipalThinks: #FOL2012 Worth trying to organize an FoL Tweet meet beyond the institute?

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#Orozco: How do we teach young people the skills to pull out the meaningful from the trash in the ether of this new world? #FOL2012

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#Orozco: At a developing-world lecture, to a child in front row, “What do you want to be when you grow up, Maria?” “A foreigner.” #FOL2012

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#Apiah: If you are a women in Saudi Arabia who can’t drive, and you go on the web, you see a difft world and it changes everything. #FOL2012

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#FOL2012 is the Future of Learning Institute at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

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#Appiah: Profound gap between governance and reality in China produces deep cynicism. #FOL2012

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todd_elkin #AnthonyAppiah talking about not just diasporas of people but also cultures + ideas Yoruba religion + Judaism for example #fol2012

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Robertoderizans #fol2012 What has changed in the classroom? It has changed the “authority” – teacher no longer in charge of the data flow.

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sean_rankin What is ‘noise’ and what is substance - issues of authorship and reliability. Who owns what? How do students know? #FOL2012

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todd_elkin “there is no here and there anymore” Marcelo Suarez Orozco #fol2012 #globalization

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yBryanJones #fol2012 What would Queen Isabella’s tweets to rule the empire have looked like? Great assignment

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Another improvement would be encouraging asynchronous interaction: don’t just respond immediately. Seeing faces online may help. #FOL2012

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#Appiah: As technology adds face to text, we’ll have greater capacity to evaluate credibility. #FOL2012

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#Orozo: In the global migration of ideas, understanding authority and authorship, instantaneously, is a new currency of value. #FOL2012

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#Appiah: New skill is “recognizing signs of rubbish.” Would you trust his Wikipedia article? It’s inaccurate! http://t.co/DMYfvn2Y #FOL2012

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#Appiah: What’s new is ability to know about, say, a riot in a small Chinese village, within minutes. Instant migration of ideas. #FOL2012

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#Appiah: Modern Judaism is the result of the constant circulation and integration of ideas from throughout the diaspora. #FOL2012

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#Appiah: This moment of migration, movement, interconnection is part of a long history, it’s in our nature. #FOL2012

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#Orozco: Globalism transformed from triumphalism over colonialism 1990s to recognition of the fragile world today. #FOL2012

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RodRock1 #fol2012 Veronica possesses a beautifully expressive disposition. Her persona is songlike. It’s a pleasure to hear her each morning at FoL.

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bjfr For me, I’m really struck at #fol2012 at how a playful spirit can be, to explore new places, dance with new cultures & get in the right mind

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Howard Gardner, Marcelo Suarez Orozco, and Anthony Appiah #FOL2012 http://t.co/KCgBLVmG

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Kwame Anthony #Appiah: “My people, human beings, made the Great Wall, the Sistine Chapel … that potential is also in me.” #FOL2012

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Marcelo #SuarezOrozco: We are now in the middle of the largest migratory period in human history. #FOL2012

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#BoixMansilla: It’s time to move past “digitalizing” education to transforming the whole process of learning together. #FOL2012

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The Reggio approach has emerged in many conversations this week. http://t.co/k4tAiTTe #FOL2012

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Tea Leaf Nation: Why China has two Internets, one for the elite and one for workers - http://t.co/kA9ENvZ5

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Opinion from China: What America’s troubled schools can learn from the Shanghai model http://t.co/ZUkvGMRb #FOL2012

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Webinar: #ConnectedLearning w/Connie Yowell of MacArthur Foundation Digital Media and Learning initiative today at 10! http://t.co/rdMjl2FZ

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