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Mind, Heart, and Hands: Lifelong Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age. Jon Udell OCWC 2009 April 2009. John Leek’s newest book. John Leeke online, demonstrating his revolutionary technique for interior storm windows. Themes of John’s work (and mine). Narration of work

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mind heart and hands lifelong teaching and learning in the digital age

Mind, Heart, and Hands:Lifelong Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age

Jon Udell

OCWC 2009

April 2009

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John Leeke online, demonstrating his revolutionary

technique for interior storm windows

slide4

Themes of John’s work (and mine)

Narration of work

Online apprenticeship

Video for knowledge sharing

slide6

In the pre-industrial era, education and work were:

Observable

Connected

In the post-industrial era, they are:

Not observable

Not connected

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Walter Lewin’s Physics 8.02

Now education is observable and connected.

Good!

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But what about the work?

What is it like to be:

A physicist?

A engineer?

An alternative energy

entrepeneur?

A safety inspector?

How can we observe the work?

How can we connect with the workers?

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Narrating the work: Jon Galloway

Troubleshooting an Intermittent .NET High CPU problem

Hopefully it’s helpful to you, but I know that there are folks out there with some real skill at diagnosing application performance issues, and there are better debugging tools available, too. How would you go about diagnosing something like this?

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Narrating the work: Chris Gemignani

Task: Recreate a New York Times infographic using Excel

New York Times version

Excel version

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