Mind, Heart, and Hands: Lifelong Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age

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Mind, Heart, and Hands: Lifelong Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age. Jon Udell OCWC 2009 April 2009. John Leeks newest book. John Leeke online, demonstrating his revolutionary technique for interior storm windows. Themes of Johns work (and mine). Narration of work - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Mind, Heart, and Hands:Lifelong Teaching and Learning in the Digital AgeJon UdellOCWCApril 2009

John Leeks newest book

John Leeke online, demonstrating his revolutionary technique for interior storm windowsNarration of work

Online apprenticeship

Video for knowledge sharing Themes of Johns work (and mine)

The once (and future?) model for educationIn the pre-industrial era, education and work were:Observable

Connected In the post-industrial era, they are:Not observable

Not connected

Walter Lewins Physics 8.02Now teaching is observable and connected.Good!How can we observe learning and work?

How can we connect with learners and workers?What is it like to be:

A physicist?

An engineer?

A nurse?And what about work?But what about learning?What is it like to be:

A physics student?

A engineering student?

A nursing student?Observable education: Theory

What if course portals, typically little more than gateways to course activities and materials, became instead course catalysts: open, dynamic representations of engagement streams that demonstrate and encourage deep learning?Gardner CampbellObservable education: Practice

Jim Groom

Posted by: JennyTagged: American Studies 312

Observable work: Joe Gregorio

TheoryPracticeObservable work: Jon Galloway

Hopefully its helpful to you, but I know that there are folks out there with some real skill at diagnosing application performance issues, and there are better debugging tools available, too. How would you go about diagnosing something like this?Troubleshooting an Intermittent .NET High CPU problem

Observable work: Chris GemignaniTask: Recreate a New York Times infographic using ExcelNew York Times versionExcel version

Looking over the masters shoulder

(mistakes included!)Why do software people work observably? (1)We created, and are comfortable with, the technologies of observable work:

Web publishing

Blogging

Microblogging

Digital video

Publish/subscribe networksWhy do software people work observably? (2)

Our work processes, and products, are fully digital:

Design discussion

Source code

Documentation

Tests

The actual software itself

Why do software people work observably? (3)

We practice, and value:

Feedback

Iterative refinement

Testable outcomesWhy dont (most) academics work observably?Work processes and products only recently network-observable

Medieval publishing, peer review, reward systems

I wouldn't want to publish a half-baked idea

Exception to the rule: Jean-Claude Bradley

Why dont (most) professionals work observably?Work processes and products only recently network-observable

No culture of publication, narration

Im too busy to blogException to the rule: John Halamka

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