Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

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

July 2016

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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ryanbrusco Thu plenary: What would class look like if ethical questions related to history (rather than abstract issues) were the focus?

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ProjectZeroHGSE . @OutofEdenLearn Exploring our neighborhoods, exploring our world. hvrd.me/ZzHK302CGej @LizDuraisingh

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.@LynnBarendsen Note the relationship between words: “mentors” and “tormentors”

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Intriguing persective: The Myth of Cosmopolitanism via the @OutofEdenLearn blog j.mp/2ajGYl6

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.@LynnBarendsen Imagine a “good worker” in your life. What are their qualities? thegoodproject.org

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VikBLR filmsforaction.org/articles/the-w…
An instant resonance with the presentation by @afstrom

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Course: Meaningful work for a meaningful life in the 21st century gse.harvard.edu/staff/lynn-bar… @LynnBarendsen

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.@LizDuraisingh Promote cross-cultural encounters that are slow (careful/listening) reciprocal (examining own lives), authentic

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carrie_james Supports for online dialogue: The @OutofEdenLearn dialogue toolkit learn.outofedenwalk.com/dialogue-toolk…

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.@LizDuraisingh Online tools prompt deeper observations: notice specifics, and snip phrases from original post for comments.

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.@LizDuraisingh Neighborhood walk activity: slow down and look, smell, hear, touch as a beginner, with fresh eyes.

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.@LizDuraisingh Young people are “hungry for slowing down” and authentic interaction with those different from themselves.

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OutofEdenLearn .@LizDuraisingh introduces to participants pic.twitter.com/4Fykm2THj0

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(A personal favorite)

.@LizDuraisingh Online learning community promoting cross-cultural inquiry and exchange. Classrooms cluster for learning journey

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.@scraigwatkins Outcomes: ownership of learning, collective expertise, multiple contexts, found identity & voice, social capital

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.@scraigwatkins Civic-centered classroom: horizontal, inquiry-driven, learning as messy journey, answers found in world.

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.@scraigwatkins Design principles: Production-centered (make). Shared purpose (collaborate). Openly networked (connect).

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carrie_james Civic media = media intended to promote a public good. Shout out to @EngageLab via @scraigwatkins

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.@scraigwatkins Identify local challenge, inquire & discover, generate ideas about the problem, then make a prototype for change

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.@scraigwatkins People make civic media when they seek to impact something/someone. Not an end in itself (Emerson Lab)

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.@scraigwatkins Civic-centered design. Schools as Civic Innovation Labs preparing students for participation in their communities

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.@scraigwatkins Digital divide: access to social & learning resources so students can design, innovate, intervene in their world

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prettybrainy “The Civic Centered Design Classroom”: children developing a design disposition, to create & share content. To learn.

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OutofEdenLearn Young people expect to create & share content/media – how can educators leverage this@scraigwatkinsnOpic.twitter.com/cs65LKof5X5X

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carrie_james What do you want the internet to do tomorrow that it can’t do today? Invites a design disposition @scraigwatkins @AgencybyDesign

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.@scraigwatkins The lines become the physical and virtual are blurring. So, how do we reimagine learning? twitter.com/doinginnovation

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.@scraigwatkins Classrooms around the country are integrating systems thinking and games based learning.

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mattgreenfield How @facinghistory addresses question of who belongs, who does not, and why. pic.twitter.com/VjfI9P2iAo

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ryanbretag Here is access to the Digital Media and Learning from @macfound dmlhub.net — powerful work here.

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.@scraigwatkins - MacArthur DML: Studying migration to the digital world

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@scraigwatkins on The Civic-Centered Design Classroom. Correct URL: clrn.dmlhub.net/people/s-craig…

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@afstrom: Help students grow from personal insights into a history to participation as an individual in society.

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mattgreenfield Pedagogical model of @facinghistory pic.twitter.com/1otpSv2CWv

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@afstrom: Often we start by teaching the horrible stories “Never Again.” Instead start with identity, belonging, empathy, agency

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OutofEdenLearn “Why just deal with the hypothetical? Why not deal with the real?” @afstrom on @facinghistory at pic.twitter.com/vtd3RuAykD

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@afstrom: There are particular stories that provide entry points: facinghistory.org/resource-libra…

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carrie_james The power of @facinghistory: Engaging history in a deep way. And then looking at ourselves. @afstrom

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@afstrom: Move from the hypothetical to the actual through history and literature. Start with others’ history, then ourselves.

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@afstrom: We live in a complicated world. How do we make a space for students to take on issues of deep global significance?

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@VBoixMansilla Themes: Complex causes of change, new ways of curating ideas, and participating in the construction of our world.

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blytheti Documentary on the fabulous SilkRoadEnsemble whose music was featured in 1st plenary of @silkroadproject twitter.com/participant/st…

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Perkins: Teach how consensus emerges, that voices are missing, we don’t hear common interests, misperceived polarization.

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Perkins: We need a lot of well-informed jurists in society more than advocates. We need to teach complexity of public sphere.

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Perkins - Tangle of misinformation requires a lot of time to understand and drives toward short-cut decision making.

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Perkins - Short-cuts to decision-making on messy public issues: consider identity group, experts/gurus, tax implications, safety.

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Perkins: Used to have curated discussions, now It takes a lot of time to investigate raw information, find “truth in the wild”

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Perkins - Example: In debate over recreational marijuana, strong, loud stories, hearsay emerge on all sides. How to evaluate?

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RhondaBondie1 David Perkins - a plausible story is a weak test of truth.

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mattgreenfield We do not educate very well for the practice and enactment of citizenship and the finding of truth in the wild

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Perkins: We teach critical thinking, but should we also help students learn to curate social media to find “truth in the wild”

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Perkins: Many people just don’t think about the issues. Mixed evidence tends to strength positions, based on bias, stereotyping

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David Perkins: How can we encourage attention to truth, facts, responsible opinions as citizens participate in complex societies

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.@DrHowardGardner. People embrace different value systems: Fairness/liberty/caring or loyalty/purity/authority @JonHaidt

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@ryanbretag I think the simple term “citizenship” comes w/connotations of national membership. Civic, digital, global are different realms

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.@DrHowardGardner: To be a good citizen, you also need to be excellent, engaged, and ethical. “Put ENA into the DNA of learning”

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.@DrHowardGardner: To be a good worker/professional, be excellent (competent), engaged (present), & ethical (do the right thing).

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.@DrHowardGardner: Right-sized citizenship — little “c” middle “C” and big “C” — is different for different agesol

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.@DrHowardGardner: Evolution may prepare us for “neighborly morality,” but not for morality in a global context.

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.@DrHowardGardner: Is globalism continuous? Optimist or pessimist? I patriotism changing? What is citizenship?

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Plenary session with Howard Gardner, David Perkins, Daniel Wilson. pic.twitter.com/w5ynPICChA

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mattgreenfield Howard Gardner and David Perkins are on a panel together at pic.twitter.com/WUSjnrPoXv

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Topic: How important are thriving, flourishing, and engagement to the purpose of education?

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Protocols to consider: Micro Labs (Focused reflection), Open Space Technology (open source meetings)

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Technique: Group of 3-4. 1 min for each to discuss topic. 30 sec silence between. Then 3 min for interaction. (Topic: privilege)

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Important: define a shared vision for the purpose of education before choosing elements to prioritize for the future of learning.

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katieteekell We cannot just ask “what will I cover?”; we must also ask “what kind of person am I creating?” -Jal Mehta

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projectlogin Spending the next few days in Colorado working with educators from across 10 states on digital badging.

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ryanbrusco Shift: “What will I cover?” to “What kind of person am I creating?” and “What kind of community am IK exposing them to?”

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.@jal_mehta Engagement drops through HS (Gallup Student Poll). JM: Extracurriculars are promising platforms for deeper learning.

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ryanbrusco Prerequisites to enduring learning — belonging, competence, identity.
“Am I liked?”
“Can I do this?”
“Does this matter?”

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afstrom Exploring education about civic action in the digital age with @carrie_james and @chaebongnam pic.twitter.com/CaWBbTrL9c

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.@jal_mehta Engagement drops through HS (Gallup Student Poll). JM: extracurriculars are promising platforms for deeper learning.

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.@jal_mehta Project-based, student-centered, and blended learning can all be shallower or deeper

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.@jal_mehta Affective dimensions of learning: belonging (safety), competence (ok to fail), identity (does it matter to me?).

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.@jal_mehta Heart, brain, and gut are critical to deeper learning.

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.@jal_mehta Deeper learning: sees underlying systems, parts & whole, multiple approaches, growing consciousness about competence

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ProjectZeroHGSE In addition to supporting academic learning, how can new technologies also empower students as effective ? @bjfr

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Historical focus is on the “what” (knowledge). Deeper learning starts with 4-C skills then asking questions: why, how

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.@jal_mehta What are the barriers to creating more deep learning in your setting? Time, responsibility, how to assess.

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carrie_james A focus on citizenship helps us envision the world we want to live in (and in turn take steps to get there) @VBoixMansilla

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carrie_james A signature example of upholding values & striving for political friendship in face of hostile behavior bit.ly/2acU2Is

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.@jal_mehta Deeper learning (Hewlett): core academic content, critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, self-directed

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Levinson: In the ways we interact and coach with our students, we model civic agency every day and should do it well

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I’ll hang out near the podium and hope we can meet more friends. twitter.com/JayCollier/sta…

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.@carrie_james: We need to listen closely to our youngest students as we design our world pz.harvard.edu/projects/child…

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Grosser: Activity for students: Moral musical chairs - Take a different perspective, immerse deeply (Kohlberg)

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MakeThinkLearn How do we cultivate the disposition to participate, to listen, and to engage in respectful dialogue?

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Book: Diane Hess - Controversy in the Classroom: The Democratic Power of Discussion tesl-ej.org/wordpress/issu…

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ryanbretag The @hgse Future of Learning work is the most intellectually challenging, thought-provoking experience of my prof life

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What is the relationship between stewarding/navigating group disagreement, even at youngest ages, and youth interaction online?

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Levinson: Opportunities - talk about controversial issues, meet civicly-active people, student government. Invite participation.

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Levinson: What can we do to help youth become civicly-engaged? Resources (support), motivation (engagement), and opportunities

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Twitter friends at : Can we meet & share our own experiences with social media for learning & civic agency during the next break?

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Levinson: Educators share responsibility for civic empowerment gap just as we share responsibility for academic achievement gaps

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Levinson: We are embedded in civic action in social media, but little civic education, participatory interaction in schools.

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afstrom Meira Levinson describes a predicable civic agency gap shaped by demographics, income, and education pic.twitter.com/gA2twqVC6k

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Levinson: The civic participation gap is wide, looking at demographics: ethnicity, education, income and, esp., age.

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ryanbretag The Civic Empowerment Gap is real, growing, and widespread — crosses race, age, gender, etc.

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Meira Levinson (not on Twitter): Productive civic engagement places significant demands on young people and adults.

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ryanbretag There is our entry point as educators: the withdrawing by youth & lack of knowing how to navigate conflict.

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.@carrie_james However, conflict caused students to withdraw. They didn’t find support in school for discussing social media

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.@carrie_james New techniques for savvy youth activists: smaller stories, tagging people, adjust timing jodml.org/2016/06/27/get…

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.@carrie_james: 2 years later, these youth were using social media less due to concerns of surveillance, unprepared for backlash

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.@carrie_james: Youth committed to civic action use social media differently, from loud and proud to differentiated use silent.

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.@carrie_james: Extend of use of social media for political participation - ijoc.org/index.php/ijoc…

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.@carrie_james: To what extent and how do civic youth take up participatory politics practices?

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ryanbretag Participatory Politics: interactive, peer-based, voice, and influence

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Was the evolution of Bernie supporters at the Democratic convention an example of participatory politics?

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.@carrie_james: From institutional politics to participatory politics

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.@carrie_james: How do digital tools affect the ability of young people to engage in online civic participation?

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Grotzer: Patterns of thinking that affect ability to understand complex causal patterns in science. pz.harvard.edu/resources/caus…

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Grotzer: Our students today have rich experiences with distributed causality (social media) even though we don’t have models yet

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Grosser: Outcomes that emerge from groups grow out of complex interactions of individuals, many unrelated, unpredictable factors

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Grosser: Moving from me to we is messy. Distributed causality (emergent collective outcomes) affects our actions.

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RekhaPuriNYC How do we nurture the “WE”? Learners as citizens “designers of our own lives, authors of our own destinies” @VBoixMansilla

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sbhebert “Rooted Cosmopolitanism”—Love this idea of going “glocal.” New digital spaces allow us to have our feet in many places at once.l

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ryanbretag How are we framing the notion of citizenship more deeply and meaningfully than a new age character education program?

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Themes: Stewarding civic agency, from voice into action. Preparing students for self-protection in a chaotic digital world

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Themes: Toward the “glocal” learner/citizen as bridger, translator, xenophile, discoverer, caring about the other.

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Themes: Nurture human potential to support the wellbeing of society.

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Themes: Purpose of education - help children flourish, grow relationships, be author of own’s destiny; societal wellbeing

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Themes: Expanding imagination from me to we, helping students be more inclusive.

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We are in the midst of a global redrawing of borders, from national to cultural. @Colinwoodard5 Harvard Future of Learning.

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Music made from found objects left at borders npr.org/2014/11/22/365…

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ProjectZeroHGSE Day 2 : Plenary IV “Research: Learning to Participate” w/ Tina Grotzer, @carrie_james , Meira Levinson & @VBoixMansilla

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FlossieSGChua It is through engaging diversity & difference that we become more cosmopolitan & able to import & export good ideas @EthanZ

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Sturgeon has harnessed populist energy to social democratic policies, rather than isolationism and ethnic rage. twitter.com/bw/status/7582…

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michaelbhorn Mergers will continue in higher ed ow.ly/E7hX302ElJQ @insidehighered Now in Vermont it seems

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holliswscott Tony Wagner’s seven survival skills. pic.twitter.com/FcnBHgndB5

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@sanasaleem Yes. @EthanZ introduced us to your work today at the Harvard Future of Learning Institute. I look forward to following you.

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Sens’ Capability Approach to human flourishing (thriving) iep.utm.edu/sen-cap/

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.@dsallentess We are all seeking to thrive, starting with basics: food, relationships, work, cultural meaning, political agency

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.@dsallentess: @facinghistory and ourselves combats racism by using history to teach tolerance in classrooms around the globe.

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.@dsallentess: How do you encourage “high-quality” civic participation? Seek depth and continuity of engagement.

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.@dsallentess: The choice to be equitable in social media when people are nasty supports self-protection *and* changes the norm

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.@dsallentess: Civic agency is a developmentally important capacity to be able to “own one’s life” in the short and long term

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.@dsallentess: The legal Right to Education in 49 of 50 states - academia.edu/873422/The_Sta…

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.@dsallentess: Note policy differences between curated NYT and WaPo unfiltered comments streams.

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.@dsallentess: Provide training to young people to prepare for the potentially ugly results of public speech via social media.

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.@dsallentess: Help young people connect their desired social media actions to the public sphere pic.twitter.com/0x0yYWy8f2

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.@dsallentess Instead of citizenship (living within a country), use civic agency: declaring values in public and making change

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Resources for young people maximizing their civic impact through social media j.mp/2arOH0K @dsallentess

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.@dsallentess Before starting civic project in social media, consider how much to share, downside of crowds, turning into action.

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OutofEdenLearn Social media has turned all of us ordinary citizens into potential public personas. @dsallentess pic.twitter.com/JrJjvmNxPd

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.@dsallentess: Anyone can be a public person. How to help young people understand the stakes. Discipline/moderation.

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.@dsallentess: Social media reverberates and amplifies dangerous behavior in the public sphere: Jason Russell, Aaron Swartz

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.@dsallentess: Balance of power between authority spaces is shifting rapidly, due to social media.

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.@dsallen: Social media efficacy influences multiple public spaces: political, authority, collective action, and personal choice.

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.@dsallen:Tess Some digital speech is mostly expressive, other speech is about making decisions that affect an entire society.

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Allen: Equitable self-interest seeks a thriving community, trust of others through political friendship. Harder in digital space.

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FlossieSGChua .@dsallentess notion of political friendship & equity builds on Aristotle’s idea of virtue as midpoint between two extremes

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Allen: Citizenship in the social media era: equity (Aristotle “political friendship”), efficacy, and self-protection

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Next session on Participatory Readiness with Danielle Allen at epzfol pic.twitter.com/RLJ5EHX2I4

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sbhebert Another great question, @JayCollier. If we encourage them to do it, we also need tools…what tools are out thereol

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.@EthanZ: How do we encourage young people to curate their view of the world more actively? Why do so, from their view?

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.@EthanZ: Can @globalvoices provide an opportunity to select topics for the daily newsletter so we can get to know more deeply?

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.@EthanZ: We need to expand our model of change to include social media - awareness and grass-roots change in social norms

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.@EthanZ: Journalists who know what they don’t know may have a level of cultural intelligence making them good bridges

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.@EthanZ: Pakastani bridges twitter.com/sanasaleem twitter.com/saharhghazi Need to find bridge people to translate btw cultures

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.@EthanZ- Global Voices builds bridges by encountering large range of stories with bi-cultural people who speak the languages.

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.@EthanZ: GlobalVoices.org surfaces stories in local settings from people writing for global readers.

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