Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @JayCollier ever

June 20th, 2016

Chun: Product experience design is more science than art. Visual brand design is more art than science.

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Chun: Adopting and adapting processes of design thinking don’t require traditionally-trained designers.

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KathyDShields Startup founder @mimiochun talks about knowing the people, the t-shaped person has depth in 1area pic.twitter.com/b8wakjT9EE

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Chun: General Assembly started as a professional network and co-working space, the business evolved into education.

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After Ideo, Chun was design director for General Assembly, with design thinking right from the start.

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MaineSCW “Everyone can be a designer and embrace the design process.” - @mimiochun

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Chun: At IDEO, the T-shaped person was important: having broad insights as well as the deep functional expertise.

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Whit Richardson: We’re interested in Design Thinking as beginning at inception, not just the traditional design at the end.

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MaineSCW “Design thinking is about democratizing process.” - @mimiochun

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Mimi Chun on Design Thinking: Problem-solving methodology based on design, based on user empathy, divergent and convergent phases

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jknox78251 The steering committee and the volunteers of are just doing an amazing job on this conference.

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AmyinMaine “Have client empty their glass for you fill it up for them.” Listen first.

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ImageWorksMaine Education is both a social challenge & a technology challenge. Where is the Netflix of education? @jeanhammond @LearnLaunch

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Shapiro: In next 5 years, 50% of K-12 teaching workforce will retire. We need training and retention for rookie workforce.

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Simon: Personal learning systems, in terms of personal growth, will be critical growth opportunities in near future.

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Simon: Innovation with organizations (employers/colleges) is different from innovating outside. Find early adopters for buy-in.

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Hammond: Need to balance between rapid entrepreneurial development and respect for individual students, especially K-12.

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MaineSCW “Every night thousands of school teachers are on Twitter on Tuesday nights and learning from each other.” @jeanhammond

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Research: Employers are looking for foundational skills for life and work in all careers, throughout life projectlogin.com/curiosity-to-c…

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William Gibson: “The future is already here. It’s just not evenly distributed.” Great teaching and learning is happening now.

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Shapiro: Emphasis needs to change toward learning how to learn rather than content.

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Merisotis: Integrate education and workforce development into talent development model: americaneedstalent.com

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Shapiro: K-12, higher education, and workforce development sectors don’t often work together enough.

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Simon: National report on developing partnerships with community organization partnerships collegeforamerica.org/building-commu…

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Hammond: Learning is like a spiral staircase. (JFC: Need revisit this on human development as a spiral: jaycollier.net/papers/spiral-…)

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Hammond: Company is mapping projects for college juniors to employer competencies, awarding micro-credentials for their portfolio

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SueWoods panel promote flexible architecture connecting students & teachers to info + tools, customize services for varied learners

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Simon: Beyond sage-on-the-stage and guide-on-the-side to peer-to-peer, shared learning. Credentialing needs to support all models.

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Shapiro: Ed-tech is often focused on platforms, but less on academic innovation, on competencies, on “what they need to learn.”

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Hammond: Learning systems, “what we need to learn,” and learners themselves are all changing at the same time.

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Simon: College for America has 500 graduates and 5,000 students, all in partnership with employers, who helped build curriculum.

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Hammond: Need to uncover strategies that work for many kinds of learners and share. Netflix/Amazon “recommended for you” model

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Hammond: In future, learners will learn and unlearn skills rapidly. We need flexible systems and credible review organizations.

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Shapiro: Currently evaluating the many middleware services that integrate apps that support adaptive learning

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Shapiro: How do you take thousands of ed-tech apps, tools, and services and integrate them for the learner, personalized.

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Shapiro: The end of “high-stakes exams” is underway. Now moving to formative assessments and adaptive learning.

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Simon: Stop thinking about “average.” That is a myth. Learners are all different. (Read: Todd Rose “The End of Average.)

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Simon: More right-sized challenges for each student to encourage engagement.

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Simon: The learner has to have ownership through dialogue. They need to get project feedback within 24 hours.

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Simon: How do we help learners understand education isn’t about “being done to you” but about taking the lead in their learning.

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Simon: How do we support those who aren’t on college pathways? Award financial aid for competencies, rather than seat time.

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Hammond: Digital tools allow personalized, adaptive learning pathways. (JFC: “stepping stones”)

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Hammond: Transition from print to digital uneven around the world (100% in Thailand). Can assess more individually, responsively.

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Hammond: Education is 9% of GDP in America, from PK to corporate training.

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Knight: What are the trends in customized learning?

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Jean Hammond learnlaunch.com
• Yvonne Simon - Chief Learning Arch. snhu.edu • Steve Shapiro /academicmerit.com/about/

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SueWoods Yvonne Simone at EdTech session asks, Why is there no Netflicks for ? @SUWPortlandME

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Tweets this week from Maine Startup & Create Week. Now at EdTech session with mod: Erin Knight, Badge Labs @eknight twitter.com/KathyDShields/…

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