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Education for Better Futures: The Duality of Digital Learning

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Invited presentation at EdMedia Conference, Amsterdam, 25th June 2019.

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Education for Better Futures: The Duality of Digital Learning

  1. 1. EDIL 2019 Amsterdam, The Netherlands 25th June 2019 Liverpool Hut, Mt Aspiring New Zealand
  2. 2. 2018
  3. 3. 4http://futureuniversities.com 2018
  4. 4. http://futureuniversities.com 2019
  5. 5. Liverpool Hut, Mt Aspiring New Zealand
  6. 6. “The light comes through the gaps” @mbrownz
  7. 7. The Rhetoric Reality Gap
  8. 8. State of Art vs. State of Actual Gap
  9. 9. Near vs. Far Gap
  10. 10. Different interest groups and stakeholders are borrowing the same ‘languages of persuasion’ to legitimize very different agenda
  11. 11. “It is theory that decides what we can observe”
  12. 12. • Threat • Unbundling • Re-imagination Crisis • Disruption • Democratization • TWO MAJOR WORLDVIEWS COMPETING DIGITAL FUTURES
  13. 13. Knowledge Economy • Threat • Unbundling • Re-imagination Crisis • Disruption • Democratization • TWO MAJOR WORLDVIEWS COMPETING DIGITAL FUTURES
  14. 14. “And we’ve got to bring on the competition — open the schoolhouse doors and let parents choose the best school for their children. Education reformers call this school choice, charter schools, vouchers, even opportunity scholarships. I call it competition — the American way.” Donald Trump, in his book “The America We Deserve”
  15. 15. Knowledge Economy • Threat • Unbundling • Re-imagination Crisis • Disruption • Democratization • TWO MAJOR WORLDVIEWS Knowledge Society COMPETING DIGITAL FUTURES
  16. 16. “Education has a crucial role to play in laying the foundations of a society that is more inclusive, participatory and equal...” The President said “…the role of the university in enabling citizens to develop the tools to address the great challenges of our time – global poverty, climate change and sustainability – was vital.
  17. 17. Knowledge Economy • Threat • Unbundling • Re-imagination Crisis • Disruption • Democratization • TWO MAJOR WORLDVIEWS Knowledge Society COMPETING DIGITAL FUTURES • Democratic • Opening access • Micro credentials • Personalized learning • Competencies • Entrepreneurship • Technology as progress • Increased market competition • Just society • Lifelong learning • Pillars of learning • Education for citizenry • Sifting agent • Human capital • Social cohension • Cultural heritage ReconceptualizingDeschooling ReschoolingReproducing
  18. 18. Photo by Daniel Jensen on Unsplash
  19. 19. Education in Change Education for Change Navigating Through Entangled Narratives
  20. 20. Around the table…
  21. 21. Final comment…
  22. 22. “Digital learning should be in the service of big ideas, not as a big idea in itself” (adapted from Barnett, 2011)
  23. 23. 2019 Conference Dublin @WCOL2019
  24. 24. Go raibh maith agaibh! Thank you

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