Interviews - Written by on Sunday, March 7, 2010 15:01 - 0 Comments

How can WE handle education as one of our most important FutureChallenges?

Along TEDxNYED I had the chance to interview George Siemens, an influential thinker on how future educational systems might look like. Together with Stephen Downes he started more than 2 years ago the experiment “Connectivism and Connected Knowledge“.

This interview will become part of our 3rd issue of we-magazine.

The following list is helping you to guide through the 40 minutes conversation.

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George Siemens tagging himself

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His life in less than 3 minutes

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How can WE handle education as one of our most important FutureChallenges

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A structured model is incapable of adjusting to the individual needs of a student. learner

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Is there an urgency for change?

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Impact of social mediatool on kid’s behaviour

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Can you make friends with people you don’t know or you only “virtual”

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What social skills can kids learn with social media?

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The role of theory – technology is embedded in philosophy
Networks and connections

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Connetivism and Connective Knowledge (CCK) – An experiment

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Any surprises within this experiment?

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Is CCK a future model of learning?

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Will school buildings become obsolete?

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How do we get the educational system into this decentralized environment?



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