Tinkering by Design

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A few months back I heard the most inspiring conversation about collaboration and working together and ... tinkering. If you can, have a listen http://www.abc.net.au/rn/bydesign/stories/2011/3147776.htm Also, note that I'm making a brand new powerpoint and I have zero images for it. I'd like to consider this something that parallels the podcast. Suggestions are most welcome. That said, it makes the most sense if you've heard the audio! I'll be making a number of updates. Suggestions are most welcome. More about tinkering on the Planeta Wiki http://planeta.wikispaces.com/tinker

Transcript of Tinkering by Design

  • 1. qrFqr! TINKERqrFqr!
  • 2. The Power of Tinkering www.abc.net.au/rn/bydesign John Seely Brown Alan Saunders
  • 3. Nudge
  • 4. Our skills havea 5-Year Half-Life
  • 5. At any age we have to be ready to pick up brand new skills
  • 6. Back to the Future
  • 7. Whats Old is New Again
  • 8. The One RoomSchoolhouse allowsus to learn with and from each other
  • 9. The teacher becomes the orchestrator
  • 10. Students teach each other
  • 11. 20 thcentury model suited the industrialage, a more linear age
  • 12. Todays world is not linear.
  • 13. Todays world ishighly unpredictable
  • 14. Our identity involves participating in a networked public
  • 15. Kids learn from eachother Why cant we create a global version of that?
  • 16. How do we make the networked worldshare the attributes of the one-room schoolhouse?
  • 17. Today we create ouridentity by what we create, share whatother people build on
  • 18. I am what I makeand other people can build on
  • 19. Listen with humility
  • 20. Interpret the backtalkof the situation
  • 21. Argue productively with each other
  • 22. Give generous critiques
  • 23. Hold multiplepoints of view
  • 24. Like a MC Escher painting, we arestanding on eachothers shoulders.
  • 25. @ronmader planeta.com