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Joe Corneli
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From http://is.gd/UYYP5Y c/o +Charles Danoff.

Mentions http://betterlesson.com/ - how does that fit in w/ what we do in this project?

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Ten IT-enabled business trends for the decade ahead

Teacher development. Research has consistently shown that teacher quality has more to do with outcomes than almost any other factor. New IT-enabled approaches are helping teachers improve their performance through collaboration, personalization of learning plans, and access to highly effective teachers. LearnZillion, which trains teachers by providing videos of master teachers, is being used by more than 100,000 teachers. Kickboard’s Web-based system helps teachers manage their classes by tracking student performance in real time, which allows for timely and targeted intervention. More than 150,000 teachers use BetterLesson to share and download instructional content from a searchable database. They can co-create courses through collaboration tools such as real-time lesson-plan editing, which lightens the load for individual teachers while increasing the quality of lesson plans. Teachers are encouraged to modify and improve materials they download, iteratively improving the quality of content.
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c / o +Paola Ricaurte Quijano and especially relevant for anyone in the Madrid area,

The Commons Lab aims to structure a discourse and a series of actions and activities related to this concept. "Procomún" (Commons) is a new term that seeks to express a very old idea: that some assets belong to everyone and together they form a community of resources that should be actively protected and managed. That community consists of the things we inherit or create jointly and hope to leave to future generations. The Commons includes natural resources such as air, water, oceans, wildlife and deserts, as well as the Internet, radio-electric space, numbers, and medication. It also includes many social creations: libraries, parks, public spaces, scientific research, creative works, and the public knowledge we have accumulated over centuries.

The Commons Lab brings together people from various fields including philosophy, ecology, hacktivism, law, urban planning, art, journalism and economic policy. The first stage was carried out between June 2007 and February 2008, with conclusions written up by Antonio Lafuente in Laboratorio sin muros (Laboratory Without Walls). Afterward, several work groups were formed that meet periodically and work online to debate and plan actions that help to raise awareness about the value of various aspects of “the commons” and the dangers that threaten them.
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Yes I agree, I am near to Madrid, I have visit the link but they do not have any news for 2015, lets hope they will go on with this project.
Sorry I was not able to arrive on time to the chat yesterday.
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#Gamification theory.
Hello there! Welcome to the world of pokémon! My name is Oak! People call me the pokémon Prof! This world is inhabited by creatures called pokémon! For some people, pokémon are pets. Others use them for fights. Myself...I study pokémon as a profession. --Professor Oak, Pokémon red version.
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Here's another more straightforward introduction to Deleuze: http://www.cddc.vt.edu/host/delanda/pages/becoming.htm ... tho' the Pokemon intro is one of my favorite essays.  When I first saw it, I was like what??? ... Which is a good start.
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ah, now some news
 
Herbert Simon, the Nobel-prize winning economist, was a techno-enthusiast. In 1956 he predicted that, “within 10 years, computers would beat the world chess champion, compose ‘aesthetically satisfying’ original music, and prove new mathematical theorems.” His timing was off: Chess had to wait more than 40 years before Deep Blue beat...
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Grab Bag & Hashtags:

Mission: To reduce the number of categories in the G+ and help focus the discussion around current key issues.

Plan: Move everything that isn't in a super-central category into the Grab Bag.  Later, move items from the Grab Bag into an Archive category once we have fully processed them (often: that means a reference to the relevant piece of information in the Handbook).

In the mean time, organize items in the Grab Bag using Hashtags.

#SocratesCafe   #DesignPatterns  

and so on (soon: "Collaboration", "Translations", "Technology", "Resources", "Visuals", "Video", "K12"...).
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Indeed!
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From +Paola Ricaurte Quijano.  Here's an extract from the article, which has quite a bit of other interesting material.  The highlights of their framework, copied at the bottom of this post,, remind me of yesterday's conversation with +Doug Breitbart+Charlotte Pierce, and +Charles Danoff.

Rethinking Learning and Education. The current mind-set about learning, teaching, and education is dominated by a view in which a supposedly all-knowing teacher explicitly tells or shows unknowing, passive learners something they presumably know nothing about. A critical challenge is to reformulate and reconceptualize this impoverished and misleading conception. A culture-of-participation perspective for learning and education is focused not on delivering predigested information to individuals, but on providing opportunities and resources for learners to engage in authentic activities, participate in social debates and discussions, create shared understanding among diverse stakeholders, and frame and solve personally meaningful problems. It is grounded in the fundamental belief that all humans have interest and knowledge in one or more niche domains and are eager to actively contribute in these contexts. Over the past decade, we have reconceptualized and reinvented our teaching activities and grounded them in sociotechnical environments in which communities of mutual learners act simultaneously as learners and as active contributors (based on the assumption that being a teacher or a learner is not an attribute of a person but an attribute of a context). Peer-to-peer learning is supported, and teachers act as “guides on the side” rather than as “sages on the stage,” and courses are considered seeds rather than finished products.

Meta-Design
 Making changes must seem possible.
 Changes must be technically feasible
 Benefits must be perceived
 The environments must support tasks that people engage in.
 Low barriers must exist to sharing changes.
 Designers must become meta-designers.
Social Creativity
 Taking advantage of breakdowns as sources of creativity
 All stakeholders are knowledgeable in some domains and ignorant in others
 The power of the unaided individual mind is limited
Richer Ecologies of Participation
 Seeding, evolutionary growth, and reseeding
 all participants must have opportunities to contribute when they want to
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I thought I'd share this interesting long article, since we were talking about DIY Math and other previous attempts to set up a peer learning course or infrastructure that did not go all that well.  It can be hard to tell the difference between something that needs to be learned, an idea whose time as not come, and pissing up a proverbial rope.  Clarifying that is probably helpful in general... however I also liked the part of the article about the Yosemite climbers who "wanted 19 days on the mountain." 
Succeed, and you want to tell the world. Fail, and no one wants to know. Winners turned losers reveal how they handled their biggest lows
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Looks nice, works in real time for collaboration.  Maybe we can use it for something?
Thinking, rethought. Coggle is designed to help you make sense of complex things - it's a shared workspace to help your team work more effectively together
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I do really like this idea of coworking, can I share it on my mooctology.com blog?
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«The prefix para- meaning beside is Greek, and the prefix para- meaning against is French, stemming from the Latin word parare (to make ready) unrelated to the Greek para-. No shift of meaning, just a coincidence.» –  Peter Shor

... also an interesting coincidence that Peter Shor is one of the leading proponents of quantum computation?
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Creative abrasion is about being able to create a marketplace of ideas through debate and discourse. In innovative organizations, they amplify differences, they don't minimize them. Creative abrasion is not about brainstorming, where people suspend their judgment. No, they know how to have very heated but constructive arguments to create a portfolio of alternatives.

Creative agility is about being able to test and refine that portfolio of ideas through quick pursuit, reflection and adjustment. It's about discovery-driven learning where you act, as opposed to plan, your way to the future. It's about design thinking where you have that interesting combination of the scientific method and the artistic process. It's about running a series of experiments, and not a series of pilots.

[C]reative resolution [...] is about doing decision making in a way that you can actually combine even opposing ideas to reconfigure them in new combinations to produce a solution that is new and useful. When you look at innovative organizations, they never go along to get along. They don't compromise. They don't let one group or one individual dominate, even if it's the boss, even if it's the expert. Instead, they have developed a rather patient and more inclusive decision making process that allows for both/and solutions to arise and not simply either/or solutions.
 
What's the secret to unlocking the creativity hidden inside your daily work, and giving every great idea a chance? Harvard professor Linda Hill, co-author of "Collective Genius," has studied some of the world's most creative companies to come up with a set of tools and tactics to keep great ideas flowing — from everyone in the company, not just the designated "creatives."
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See the film, good argument to collaborative work and how to do it well
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