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19 – 12 – 2005Athens SymposiumSlide 2 The Six Session Themes Industry challenges in Professional Learning Richard Straub (IBM, eLIG) Trends that are shaping the E&T in Europe Claudio Dondi (Scienter) Learners perspective Mervyn Jones (Imperial College, IACEE) Technology trends and their impact on learning, training, processes and organizations. Dimitris Sampson (University of Piraeus) and Wayne Hodgins (Autodesk, IEEE) New forms of organization Wayne Hodgins (Autodesk, IEEE) Prolearn perspective: Future directions of Technology Enhanced Professional Learning - Learning Manifesto Erik Duval (Ariadne) and Vana Kamtsiou (NCSR Demokritos)
19 – 12 – 2005Athens SymposiumSlide 3 Learning Café The Café is built on the assumption that people already have within them the wisdom and creativity to confront the most difficult challenges. Methodology for collaborative knowledge creation by The World Café Community Our Challenge Today is… Future and Emerging Issues in Technology Enhanced Professional Learning
19 – 12 – 2005Athens SymposiumSlide 8 Session Structure… Introduction by an expert: a short approximately 20 minute provocative presentation of key concepts and questions. Interaction: structured, facilitated discussion in small groups. Participants are seated around tables 6 – 9 persons per table. The tables are covered with large sheets of paper for participants to draw or write their ideas. The discussion is divided into 2 – 3 intervals. After each discussion the participants change to another table. Reporting of the group discussions. After one or two sessions there will be a reporting session. The table facilitators will then briefly present the core findings of the discussions in their table. Others may add comments.
19 – 12 – 2005Athens SymposiumSlide 9 Today The line between… Work and Leisure Learning and Work Formal, informal and non-formal learning … …is diminishing
19 – 12 – 2005Athens SymposiumSlide 11 Working and Learning Job is a 19th century social innovation… a better learning experience learning-from-working working-to-learn Larry Leifer - Stanford Learning Lab
19 – 12 – 2005Athens SymposiumSlide 14 Need for change time-to-proficiency becomes increasingly important people and organizations have a typical learning speed (limit) learning culture, methods, processes, and infrastructures influence that limit we must improve the conditions for individual and organizational learning significantly and systematically integrated working and learning processes Dietmar Albrecht - VW Coaching
19 – 12 – 2005Athens SymposiumSlide 30 Univocal optimism: We believe in learning & technology … no one solution for all ICT is driver of change the change itself is much more … resistance to change Flexibility … stress... Job security Context … Learning Patrimony … no one solution for all ICT in learning considered to reduce the quality of the learning experience Users look for the quality of the learning experience Sustainable solutions must sucessfully address Policy level Organization level Individual level Some remarks