Thinking about learning

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Summary of A New Culture of Learning by Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown

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  • 1. ThinkingAbout LearningBased on A New Culture of Learning by Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown

2. Not necessarily here .Or only here 3. I knowI IlIIll neverenoughknow it allThe past The present 4. The networked pace of changemay also be our greatest hope! 5. UnlimitedResourcesIncredible Instruments UnprecedentedConnectivity 6. More sources than Books 7. Including but more than teachers. . . 8. Inside but also outside classrooms. . .And in a new way . . . . 9. Two NecessaryComponents 10. An Environmentwith BoundariesButalso 11. Complete Freedom of Action within those boundaries . . . . . 12. Tension betweenthe rules of the gamevs. freedom to act withinthe rules = 13. Play!The context where Information,Ideas,And Passion Grow 14. The potent tools now include. . . . 15. Children embrace play as a way tounderstand the world 16. The metaphor is cultivationGrowth through motivation and passion 17. More choices 18. More Ways to Participate and Create 19. Kids are doing this right now!They are engaged and passionate about learning 20. So how to re-frame it 21. Turn it around 22. Not always just steps to be mastered. . . 23. But also a blended learning environment 24. A Learning culture is organicIntegrates and creates further change . . . . 25. Not just teaching about the world but 26. Using multiple resources to engage with the world And learning from one another . . . 27. The teacher has new roles . . . . . Provide the framework 28. Coach Encourage Stay out of the way 29. Change will happen . . .So we have to embrace it . . . 30. There is more about thinking atwww.dynamicthinker.me