Networked Learning in Open Practices

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<p> 1. Networked Learning in Open Practices Maarten de Laat 2. New Learning 3. New Learning 4. New Learning Learning to learn Dealing with change and uncertainty There are no true answers Teachers are no longer the main/only source of information Participate in (professional) communities &amp; networks of practice Focus on how to handle information, validate &amp; interpret, Learn to produce, create &amp; innovate Prepare students for lifelong (professional) learning combine informal and formal learning. Help students build professional networks and join communities 5. Acquisition Transfer Participation Co-creation Becoming Education based purely formal Learning formal &amp; informal Networking Communities Self-regulation Courses Training Complex problems Deal with uncertainty Expert driven Pre-planned New Learning 6. New Teaching PLANET 7. New Teaching 8. that sees working, learning and innovating as one and the same workplace learning that learns continuously informal and formal, embedded in their daily practice that collaborates to innovate with colleagues that is an active networker within and outside the school walls Involves Being a Learning Professional 9. Organizational Mechanisms Individual collective formal informal control Open organizational structure rules Open communication trust assignments Self-organization Hierarchical structures Horizontal organization autonomy Centralized leadership Shared/distributed leadership isolation integration Top-down decision-making Rigid organizational structure Personal choice commitment 10. New Ways of Working 11. Knowledge Practices open closed Human Capital fragmented integrated Pushing the trade-off frontier outwards New Ways of Working isolated Towards Open Practices 12. Open Practices: HEYY &amp; Seats2Meet 13. Open Practices: The Crowd 14. Networks provide a platform to meet peers Networks combine supply &amp; demand Networks are interactive and develop over time Networks are responsive spontaneous and ad hoc Networks are fluid and live in the moment Networks cut through hierarchies Networks are boundless Networks are open Networks are self-governed Networked Learning in Open Practices Papa allows me to network with you.. Interested? 15. Networks are about something Networks make knowledge flow Networks share experiences and expertise Networks provide easy access to a variety of sources Networks combine explicit with tact knowledge Networks develop learning friendships and communities Networked Learning in Open Practices 16. Network Challenges The dark side of networking Networks come and go Networks are personal Networks are invisible Networks are informal Psst interest in sharing an idea or two? 17. Known wicked problems Individual accountability Centralized management and control Small networks Localized Teachers have a limited free agenda Other teachers are mostly invisible Closed working environments Networked Learning in Open Practices Knowledge Practices open closed Human Capital fragmented integrated Pushing the trade-off frontier outwards New Ways of Working 18. - Identify local/regional educational problems - Open collaboration with teachers/schools on real burning issues - Develop/design meaningful solutions that resonate in practice Attitude, Visibility, Value Practice-based Networked Learning Research Create Open Networks of Practice 19. Attitude Stimulate an open learning culture in the organization Transform traditional leadership &amp; increase informal space Practice-based Networked Learning Research 20. Practice-based Networked Learning Research 21. Visibility Make networking visible and transparent Stimulate connectivity and access Provide network support Practice-based Networked Learning Research 22. Network ability to learn: Visibility Practice-based Networked Learning Research 23. Value Reward the value that networks create Share their products and stories (Social Networking Site?) Practice-based Networked Learning Research 24. Network value creation - Help tell and share stories about their value Wenger, Trayner &amp; De Laat, 2011 Practice-based Networked Learning Research 25. Vertical and horizontal accountability CoP Practice-based Networked Learning Research Value Creation 26. Closure Networked Learning In Open Practices Openness, Transparency, Mobility &amp; Value 27. Networked Learning in Open Practices CFP 2016 Networked Learning Conference Maarten de Laat </p>


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