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  1. Looking Over The Horizon Erica McWilliamCanberra iLead Conference, 11 May, 2012.

  2. 1. The future isn’t what it used to be.

  3. Data Transformation: the 4 Vs Volume Variety Velocity Veracity

  4. Cultural Transformations: The 4 Cs Connectedness Change in the Workplace (Generational) Cheeky Power Plays - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YGc4zOqozo Can I trust you?

  5. 2. We cannot teach kids what they will need to know.

  6. 3. Learning matters more than knowing.

  7. Innovation Myth Reality Flash of insight Comes from immersion Brilliant idea Fail often but early Individualistic Collaborative New knowledge Admitting ignorance Invention Mostly development Originality Borrowing Look to the future Look sideways and backwards All about learning Unlearning just as vital as learning Internal R & D Networked, open innovation Product pipeline Consumers as innovators (prod-users) Source: Charlie Leadbeater

  8. 4. The cafe, not the school, is the proper antecedent of lifelong learning.

  9. The Penny Conference 2012 http://www.skillshare.com/penny#/about

  10. 5. Self-managers with powerful learning portfolios trump those who rely solely on credentials

  11. From Pyramid to Network Command and Control Value Networks

  12. Epistemological agility “The capacity for moving seamlessly across disparate knowledge domains in ways that make for better living, learning and earning”

  13. 6. Distractibility is a boon to learning, not a mental illness

  14. 7. Effective pedagogy exploits the productive tension between intentionality and distractibility.

  15. Unlearning How to teach sage on the stage guide on the side meddler in the middle

  16. 7 Propositions • The future isn’t what it used to be. • We cannot teach kids what they will need to know. • Learning matters more than knowing. • The cafe, not the school, is the proper antecedent of lifelong learning. • Self-managers with powerful learning portfolios trump those who rely solely on credentials. • Distractability is a boon to learning, not a mental illness. • Effective pedagogy exploits the productive tension between intentionality and distractability.

  17. Email:e.mcwilliam@qut.edu.auWebsite: http://www.ericamcwilliam.com.au/