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Workshop “Leading Networks: Facilitation, Knowledge and Learning” On the Learning Networks and Learning within Networks Initiative conducted by the Omar Dengo Foundation GK3 Parallel Event Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia December 9-10, 2007 Melania Brenes Eduardo Monge Omar Dengo Foundation

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Workshop “Leading Networks: Facilitation,

Knowledge and Learning”

On the Learning Networks

and Learning within Networks Initiative

conducted by the Omar Dengo Foundation

GK3 Parallel Event

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

December 9-10, 2007

Melania Brenes

Eduardo Monge

Omar Dengo Foundation

Costa Rica

outline
Outline
  • Omar Dengo Foundation
  • Learning Networks and Learning within Network Environments (RaaR)
  • RaaR`s Event / Nov. 2007
  • What`s next?
omar dengo foundation education technology and development
Omar Dengo FoundationEducation, Technology and Development
  • A private, non-profit organization based in Costa Rica
  • Has led the introduction of digital technologies in the country as resources to foster learning, thinking and creativity and to create development opportunities and social mobility
    • Educational informatics in public schools
    • Research and development projects in Costa Rica and the LAC region
odf s area of cognition creativity and digital media
ODF`sArea of Cognition, Creativity and Digital Media

Programming

Digital Media

Robotics and

Learning by

design

Thinking and

Visible Learning

Processes and Learning experiences /

Learning Environments

Thinking Development

Nature of Learning

Models, methodologies,

proposals and tools

Mobile

Devices

Learning

Networks

On-line

Learning

Cognition

Creativity

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Why Learning Networks and Learning within Network Environments (RaaR)?“Redes de Aprendizaje y Aprendizaje en Red” (RaaR)

What are peoplelearning in networks and

how are theylearning in networks?

Itis a dispersedtopicthat has notbeendeeplystudied

Thereisstillnotenoughinformationtoanswerthesequestions

research questions
Research Questions
  • What is a network and what isn`t ?
  • How is learning produced in a network?
  • Which and what kind of learning is constructed in networks?
  • What are the conditions and characteristics of efective learning networks?
  • What is the impact of learning networks in current society?
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International Forum on Learning Networks and Learning within Network Environments

San Jose, Costa Rica

November 1-2, 2007

Web site: www.fod.ac.cr/raar

our goals
Our Goals
  • Opening an international discussion around what people are learning and how people learn in networks
  • Generation of collaboration/partnership routes and specific group-work among networks
  • Dissemination and publication of results and active knowledge-sharing efforts
networks

Education

Social

Development

Ecology

RaaR

Agriculture

Health

Tourism

Networks
  • 48 participants
  • 24 networks
  • Central and South America
  • 12 GKP members
  • 13 non-GKP members
discussion sharing
Discussion & Sharing

Prioritytothespacesfordiscussing and

sharinglearningexperiencesbetween

participants

  • Keynoteaddresses and panels
  • Focusgroups
  • Exchange sessionsamongnetworks (OnetoOnesessions)
john connell a unique symposiun
John Connell*…a unique symposiun

“The Forum on Learning Networks, … is a small-scale symposium…the discourse being generated by this intense “learn-in” is deep and broad and engrossing in a way that I have not heard before in a single event.”

“Everyone here is well aware of the criticality of the technology base for network learning, but equally no one is really talking about technology, other than in the context of the abiding need across this region to extend access to a greater and greater proportion of their countries’ populations.”

*RaaR`s keynote Speaker, Education Business Development Manager, Emerging Markets, Cisco Systems

http://www.johnconnell.co.uk/blog/?p=562

topics and discussions
Topics and discussions

FIRST SESION.

Learning in Networks: The role of learning and technology in individual and

social productivity in today`s society

Presentation 1

  • Learning in Network Environments:The Role of Learning &Technology with Individual and Social Productivity

Panel 1 What is the nature of the learning being produced in networks?

  • Red ALFORJA, Costa Rica: Networked work : weaving complexities and strengths
  • Instituto de Medicina Topical, Alexander Von Humbolt: Health and Youth
  • Argentinean Association of Regional Agricultural Experimentation Centers (AACREA): What is the nature of the learning that is produced in networks? Examples from practice.
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Second Session

Learning Networks: The power of Collaboration, the Learning Distribution and social interaction

Presentation 2The Power of Learning in a Networked World

Panel 2

Learning to collaborate & collaboration in networks: lessons from the practice.

  • Fundación Chasquinet, Ecuador,: Above all, networks are human.
  • Rural Youth Networks, Costa Rica.
  • Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral (ESPOL): Latin-American Network of Educational Technology.
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Main Ideas

  • Above all: “social networks”
  • Digital technologies invigorate and expand the possibilities of communication and exchange in networks
  • There are different kinds of networks and diverse kinds of learning
  • Links/Connections are made of common interests and objectives
  • A network is an “organic” entity.
  • The development of networks is based on people values.
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Main Ideas

  • In some networks, it is possible to describe how learning is taking place only if conditions were previously designed for this purpose.
  • It is possible and necessary to analyze learning in networks but also learning about the network itself.
  • In a network, conditions for inclusion have to be intentionally incorporated from the beginning.
  • Networks need to identify which structures favor sustainability and promotion through practice.
  • The sense of participation in networks is developed by the idea that “others know something that they can teach me, and I know something that others can learn from me”.
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What`s next?

  • Actions
    • Continue discussion at an online forum at: www.fod.ac.cr/raar
    • Complete the networks` inventory
    • Publish a document of lessons learned and research findings
    • Holding a 2nd International Forum in 2008
  • Forum`s participants indicated interest in participating in events related to networks and :
    • Governability
    • Sustainability
    • Finances
    • Development
    • Connectivity
    • Mediation
    • Intellectual property
    • Research
    • Assessment and self-evaluation
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