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The Knowledge Building Paradigm: Donald Philip en Innovate.

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Después de un poco de humor… a la lectura, ha salido nuevo de Innovate June/July 2007 Volume 3, Issue 5:
Destacamos ,en principio,

by Donald Philip

Aunque todo suele ser destacable en la revista…seguiremos leyendo. Como dijo Dylan: “Blowin’ in the wind …Just like a woman” (que aproveche):

Synopsis

In this article Donald Philip describes Knowledge Building, a pedagogy based on the way research organizations function. The global economy, Philip argues, is driving a shift from older, industrial models to the model of the business as a learning organization. The cognitive patterns of today’s Net Generation students, formed by lifetime exposure to interactive media, may prepare them for the heterogeneous, distributed systems that characterize tomorrow’s learning organizations, but they do need to learn the processes of innovation, creativity, and collaboration that these organizations will value. Knowledge Building, which engages students in building knowledge about a given question in an open, collaborative environment, provides one model for teaching these vital skills. In the knowledge-building paradigm, students form research groups through their interactions with one another and with an online learning environment called Knowledge Forum as they work on problems of understanding. This model, Philip argues, will prepare students for the distributed, collaborative work environments of learning organizations that value creativity and innovation.View the article.

Fuente: [innovate]

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[lib] Knowing Knowlege – Book

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My book – Knowing Knowledge – is now available. Short version: knowledge context and characteristics are changing, our organizations (schools, businesses) need to adjust. The book explores these changes and suggests networks and ecologies as alternatives to hierarchy and control structures of both learning and organizational design.

Formats:

.pdf Download (free)
Book Wiki (for individuals to edit, change, discuss the book)
Color Images (on flickr)
For Purchase (via Lulu – Amazon will be available soon)

Feel free to share with colleagues who you feel may find this discussion of interest…(more information is available on the Knowing Knowledge site) (leer más…)

Fuente: [elearnspace]

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