Jay Collier (@JayCollier)

Midcoast Maine USA

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July 28th, 2016

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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