Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

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July 26th, 2016

@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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.@EthanZ: Must understand others organize the world in a different may and that you may have obligations to those people.

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.@EthanZ ‘s work is an expansion of Appiah’s Cosmopolitanism appiah.net/books/cosmopol…

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.@EthanZ: Good ideas are an import/export process, sharing between cultures, a precursor to genius.

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.@EthanZ: If you work with the same people all the time, your ideas aren’t as good as working across organization/social network.

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.@EthanZ: Recommends Ronald Burt - Structural Holes and Good Ideas bebr.ufl.edu/sites/default/…

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.@EthanZ: Today, if you’re an American, you’re in a nationalist echo chamber.

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.@EthanZ: With social “news”, you are learning about what your friends (similar to you) consider important.

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.@EthanZ Your knowledge about the world is limited to your friends, and to the network itself. pic.twitter.com/WQI7ciEM90

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.@EthanZ: With curated media, you were presented with a spectrum of stories. When searching, you don’t know what you don’t know.

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.@EthanZ: Homophily - Birds of a feather flock together. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homophily

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.@EthanZ: Social media is even less likely to cover world affairs than MSM

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.@EthanZ: Media is getting better at delivering only what you want, so you get fewer global stories than 30 yrs ago.

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.@EthanZ: Although you can communicate globally, but the reality: people only interact with a smaller number of media sources.

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Zuckerman: We have a growing possibility of hearing from anyone, anywhere, at any time.

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Tuckerman: We’re now sharing the world with an increasing number of people who are now able to share their own lives.

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Zuckerman: We’re in the shift to a self-documenting world.

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David Perkins: Thinking about today’s digital weather, chaotic and unsettling.

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Overheard: Empathy is the key element of interdependent citizenship

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2012 takeaway was: Can “schooling” keep up with a complex, messy, and engaging world of self-directed learning via digital media?

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Learning group: We are beach combing over the next three days. Treasure your found learning objects.

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Learning group participants are from Argentina, Peru, Boston, Australia, Michigan, San Diego, Texas, Maine, Tasmania, Ireland.

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Now starting our learning groups at

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RekhaPuriNYC participants from US & 47% from around the world pic.twitter.com/bF2Br597Ue

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Educating in our global and digital times. pz.harvard.edu/professional-d…

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Gardner: We need to think complexly and systemically about our multiple levels of citizenship. It’s a pedagogical challenge.

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Suarez: Patriotism has its radioactivity as well as its positivity.

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Suarez: In many countries, there are multiple cultural and language identities within each person. Patriotism is imagined.

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Suarez: When we talk about “media” we need to distinguish between thoughtful news and magical thinking of sensationalism

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Suarez: There is a difference between “strong men” and men.

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Suarez: The idea that there are significant differences based on skin and religion from history is returning, resonating today.

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Suarez: Malignant uses of dystopia to control population is familiar in Latin America, have lived with it for a long time.

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Suarez: How do we get children to be more empathic with the better angels of our nature? Respect, dialogue.

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Suarez: how do we work with children to understand the disconnect between quotidian life and the media horror du jour?

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The future is already here, it’s just unevenly distributed, but every place is unhappy in its own ways. (Sterling, Tolstoy)

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Suarez: People are now more likely than ever to live and work with people who are very different from themselves

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Suarez: Too facile connection between child and future worker. Evolution of citizenship from blood, to soil, to globe. Glocal.

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Gardner: How much shall we include bith cosmopolitanism and our current global context in our teaching?

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Suarez: Trump brings U.S. in line with the Latin American strongman tradition, but Eva would never have plagiarized a speech

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Suarez: The boundaries of cosmopolitan life were translated to the digital realm, but the dystopic elements came to the fore

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Suarez: We became home sapiens through mobility. Now, evolving from small, face-to-face connections to millions of interactions

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Suarez: How do we teach and learn within a new cartography of belonging in our world, new markets, new media, new mass migration

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Next: Globalization, migration, and the future of learning. Emotional context: m.youtube.com/watch?v=gs7IDS…

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has been researching the future of learning for over 50 years pz.harvard.edu

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Questions at : What is the purpose of education? How might we rethink learning? What should we do differently? Prepare ourselves?

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Citizenship is about organizing our actions toward the world we desire.

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We still don’t know how to live together in a global digital space. We have to imagine the new world we want.

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How to integrate digital connectivity and cultural disconnection?

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How do we help our young people navigate through new global demographics, with new digital tools?

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We think of ourselves as a learning species, from the start, we were learning to love together. pic.twitter.com/qwQgAbcZVn

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Live-tweeting from the Harvard Future of Learning Institute this week.

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