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Before and After Institutions

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Some thoughts on the consequences of educational technology for institutions & building organisational Architecture of Participation. Still being updated @Feb 22

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Before and After Institutions

  1. 1. Before & After Institutions Building Architectures of Participation
  2. 2. Before & After Institutions A timely intervention by nefg So, can we build organisational architectures of participation?
  3. 3. Before & After Institutions Learning is changing; Computer-mediated, internet-enabled, web-based platforms Pedagogically-flexible; negotiated, discursive, brokered, co-created From Access to Content to Context, learning processes are changing. BUT!! What about educational institutions? Architecture of Participation blog
  4. 4. Before & After Institutions Teaching and Learning
  5. 5. Before & After Institutions New technologies & new capacities have enabled a shift from; content scarcity to content abundance, Enabled diverse navigation paths Creating multiple possibilities for… learner-centred & self-directed learning What is self-directed learning?
  6. 6. Education needs a new Craft of Teaching P Teacher School Cognition A Teacher/ Learner Adult MetaCognition H Learner Research Epistemic Cognition
  7. 7. To Trust in Digital Curiosity
  8. 8. To enable “Artfully-crafted Student-centred Learning Experiences”
  9. 9. So we can co-create a A learning transformation
  10. 10. Our transformed models of learning require new organisational structures
  11. 11. BUT! The Academy hasn’t changed;
  12. 12. Academic Institutions remain •Elitist •Self-regarding •Hierarchical •Sclerotic •Expensive Still preparing for 19th Century colonial wars…
  13. 13. Instead of for 21st Century Citizens!
  14. 14. Filled with Education Managers Inspecting delivery of traditional educational policy objectives
  15. 15. AND Learning Change Deniers
  16. 16. Before & After Institutions Institutions and Structures
  17. 17. Before & After Institutions If we build organisational architectures of participation – will they be; E-enabling tradition or transforming institutions of education? Will it be a digital revolution in networked participation or just managing in the knowledge economy? Architecture of Participation blog
  18. 18. We need Platforms for Learning What is Web 2.0?; http://oreilly.com/web2/archive/what-is-web-20.html
  19. 19. Trust in Collaboration
  20. 20. Outcomes Permanently Beta
  21. 21. NOT Permanently Victorian
  22. 22. E-mature institutions confident… Enough to evolve and change To collaborate, adapt, evolve and change
  23. 23. Adaptive institutions working across Collaborative networks
  24. 24. Before & After Institutions What are Architectures of Participation?
  25. 25. For us participatory education means Participatory institutions
  26. 26. Formalised around quality assurance And Learning support
  27. 27. Where both delivering & managing learning programmes are the same
  28. 28. AND teachers are trusted For their pedagogic experience
  29. 29. Co-creating authentic learning experiences With enthusiastic learners
  30. 30. Before & After Institutions Rethinking Strategic Management Operational
  31. 31. Before & After Institutions In our participatory organisations; Strategic actions create learning platforms Learning management designs & evaluates new learning behaviours Operational behaviour is created by learners evolving new tech practices Heutagogy & Technology Stewards
  32. 32. The 3 Levels of the Participatory Institution Level Responsibility Aim Strategic Planning Senior Managers Technical Infrastructure Enabling Platform Learning Management Course Team Learning Resources Learning Ecology Learner Behaviours Students Union New Technologies Resource Discovery An Institutional Development Framework Needing 3 Levels of Technology Stewards
  33. 33. Before & After Institutions Technology Stewards in Digital Habitats
  34. 34. Participatory Institutions need… To define new roles & obligations; Participatory processes at all 3 Levels Tech Stewards operating in Digital Habitats
  35. 35. Strategic Tech Stewards Evolving the supported Learning Platform
  36. 36. Learning Tech Stewards Evolving intentional Communities of Practice &
  37. 37. …as Digital Practitioners creating… Student-centred learning experiences 37
  38. 38. Trusted Learner Tech Stewards Developing personal Learning Networks
  39. 39. Before & After Institutions Technology has changed learning Organisations need transformation with The 3 E’s of Transformational Change From Strategic To Enabling From Managerial To Evaluating From Operational To Exploring Generative Change in Adaptive Institutions
  40. 40. Before & After Institutions Organisational architectures of participation will need to be; Adaptive to learning Responsive to coincidence of motivations that affords learning behaviours Co-creating new collaborative networks to enable new learning behaviours (More in AoP Blog Post)
  41. 41. Some Resources • • • • • • • • • • • Architecture of Participation What is Web 2.0? O’Reilly Digital Habitats; Etienne Wenger Intentional Communities of Practice; Thomas Cochrane Social Networks of Learning; Caroline Haythornthwaite CROS Alternative University Open Context Model of Learning & the Craft of Teaching The Heutagogic Archive Aggregate then Curate with xtlearn.net Self-managed Learning – Stewart Hase & Chris Kenyon – Bloomsbury Images Fred Garnett, Naomi Grew, Geoff Rebbeck as well as creative commons via Google Images, let us know any errors - thanks
  42. 42. Before & After Institutions @fredgarnett & Nigel Ecclesfield #nefg3