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A Public Braindate on the New Learning Order

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started and when interest in the nor as and with they introduce I will make it very short and so yes social entrepreneur from Montreal as you can hear from my accent and so I started that he 180 which is a social enterprise with the purpose of changing their
dramatically the way that human beings learned all over the world to make it more self-directed and where are collaborative and I were flagship and product is something called brain date so it's the idea and chew and support
human beings when they gather to have them have a one-on-one knowledge-sharing conversation with each other and on the basis of offers of knowledge so maybe some of you experience brain here at people the cat and we were introduced to us and to the amended its uh late so maybe you can hear about it but if you did Emily happy and that you were able to have an hopefully like changing conversation with that appear here at people the gaps in it that in the context of this work of doing brain dates that I met my dear friend speaks in who is the head of program at falling walls here as in Berlin so I'll just let him introduce himself a quickly and his organization and then I will just a brief you on how we want to go about this half-hour together I think that I am the lucky guy today because I'm the case example we're going to discuss his law and I think I'll walk out of here with some things to take all the money was feelings I work with the local NGO the following loss Foundation
and we are building platforms for the exchange all between science and society also of fostering and um exchange between science business and culture and society in general and we builds on the metaphor of the fall of the Berlin wall so it's really a local affair and we use that metaphor to ask but than the next big question meaning in which uh the next so also fall in science and society so my main project
is the following was conference which takes place on 9 November every year year Berlin at that idea as a statement on the conference curator you would say um and in the framework of the Conference we invite international experts in a mixed audience from all of the previously mentioned spheres to discuss the
big challenges we face as a global society meaning that climate change inequality user but also uh consequences of technological progress and what that means for us a society is another example I'd like to give us the following walls lab that's another 1 of our projects and it's going to happen in 70 countries this year so it's a globally expanding pitch competition for young scientists entrepreneurs innovators in the social sphere and also exchange of across the disciplines within the network that is the following will slap and and I think with that I mean we have various other projects that I can't explain it
here but we have a huge network with a lot of knowledge in it I think it's that's maybe the basis for a composition perfect thank you so much and so briefly able to explain the way that will go about this this set a half-hour together as I mentioned so
and he did a public brain data Caligula they find it hard to the good thank you yes thank you so that's the extent of my German so far and so we will actually ask you to participate in the way that we will divide time will be the 1st to here and the description of the challenge that Felix has in terms of a creating a place where his community can can learn and the case that we chose is something we believe that could be actually and transfer in your communities in your institution for the purpose of it is to model a way of sharing knowledge but also for
you to get a case that the way in which you can actually apply the knowledge you gain here from each other in your on organizations schools uh wherever you where you might be working so as faithful will start by explaining his challenge then I will ask him clarification questions if we have time maybe we can you can also ask clarification questions that Felix
will show up for about 15 minutes so we want as the people have the right to speak and I'm super strict about it and so and we will be the consultants of the appear consultant I will share a bit of of the and have a path for action our suggestions I might have to for him to overcome this
challenge and I will open the mike to you guys if you can share examples in your life that could be interesting in a support and it this challenge then Felix will have 5 minutes to the brief what about his takeaways and you will also have their about 5 10 minutes to do brief on your takeaways for your organization how you might implements some of the knowledge that we share together at today so
that's that's a half an hour well-spent I believe so affixed have 5 minutes to prevent share your challenge alright so I'm gonna so say the challenge now and then when explain and the question is how can we transform our organization so that
becomes that it becomes the learning help for a community as I explained initially and there is a large network that is specific to us your organization might have another large network and and what we all actually want to do is tap the network right for ourselves for organization but also for making connections between the people on the inside of the organization on the outside in our case and Our mission is to break silos between disciplines between people from different countries from the different speaks spheres of society and foster new forms of collaboration that lead to synergies that lead to innovation and this is what everyone's looking for right now from an NGO to to corporates everyone's trying to create this new uh synergies that we all think will deliver us new innovation and so the question here is and how do we do that how do
we connect people how to reshape shared experiences that lead to cooperation and the key as we all might think to be learning and um therefore my challenge is really about creating learning environments so for our community that also involves us as an organization and what's the status quo I think we regard ourselves as a dynamic learning organization with a team of 20 people so it's still quite easy to have everyone walk all over the place and get new impulses new ideas from from different organisations from other best practices and
but what's the next level how do we really tap what's in the community how do we get people to exchange much more we currently and do conferences and meetings so we're good at shaping the environment that necessary for a creative exchange for open exchange of 4 also serendipity to you know have to use a chance encounters with people that everyone is so inspired about and and that's that's also something about the brain is a really love and but um we
want to take this to the next level in the future so how do we move on from just having conferences and having you know notes and 1 on 1 so and involving really the community over a longer term perfect so and a couple of questions at can be dig deeper a little bit so then basically what he tried already at at a conference in its outside of the conference more in a year-long uh know set up that you felt worked that you found was a powerful learning experience yeah has a that of the be the learning environment that we provide as conference organizers as meeting organizers is pretty much confined to a space and the time in in the year so that's when the conference happens when everyone has their everyone inspired everyone's exchanging everyone's
meeting new people but new ideas are coming up quickly and we're good at creating these encounters so we've managed to create an environment is created that is open where people can let goal of their professional roles something in my experience is very important that probably can be transferred to other areas as well and then what we also managed to do is create a context that is meaningful for this kind of exchange and namely and the metaphor of the fall of the wall so we say which are your
next was the fall that's where speakers talk about that's what and the people that discuss when they have their 1 on 1 so we managed to connect everyone's individual challenge to the larger the metaphor of breaking walls and really breaking through and having groundbreaking new ideas and that also connects to the positive effects for society and so these 2 things shaping environments having a purposeful learning environment and probably 2 of the things that we did and that worked well and what
about anything you've been doing year-long that you felt was was also compelling for 4 year I your community and I think that's something we're lacking and something that really didn't work out so well we tried once
said above learning or exchange platform a social platform and that didn't work well because the dynamics 1 I think that's also problem that many other organizations are facing in terms of you know how to handle your alumni group that is growing and growing and if you serve a social network that is just not so alive when you just have to let it die so that's something we experience and that's something we call there with the 180 we also we always talk about
the 5 season artifacts he's of vibrant community and captivity it's not like very sexy word it sounds bit that's not
funded by the captivity of of being somewhere for 3 days and having this kind of expected behavior that you will learn new things and meet new people is that a thing is the conductive to learning which you don't how social media when
people can could at any time be exchanging knowledge together they actually never really do because you have other things on your mind and that's behavior is actually not that habit which is very different from a conference in where there be expected behavior is to be
learning and sharing and sharing knowledge and meeting people yeah efficient add to that I've spoken to many other conference curators internationally and I is a specific through to us as conference people we ask our the question what happens after they leave the conference venue and everyone is inspired the places buzzing you leave the venue and you dive back into your everyday life you have to go to the office on the next day how you stay engaged with the questions you have been passionately discussing with another colleague just 2 hours ago so that's likes somewhat the Holy Grail of of conference organizing in the future in my that would be my definition combined with the question
of impact how do you measure the impact of such meetings of such learning from experiences anything that a new challenge you how can we transform our organizations that becomes aligning hub for our community after after the event because I feel that it's something that you were able to achieve when people all are together it's always the year-long the kind of like uh in fantasy far from the hot uh from far from that I start from the heart so the idea that we're not together anymore we don't think about each other that much anymore so how can you have trigger and a new response once people leave and and so we will you talk about the walls said to break and you know how much I love this analogy and who what whose walls are they how do you
choose the walls that you will
be addressing during Adam the classifier was conference yeah that it's the mixed sets of 4 and if a format so that partly we still use the good old keynote lecture format that where we define as an organization analysis curators the which problems will
be addressed them we invite some of the world's foremost experts on that field and ask them to really explain and their passion for their work and and where they see they're making the big changes and that acts as a instruction basically for the people in the audience for people in the community to tackle their own problems so that is basically of an agenda set by us but then on the other
hand we experience that people bring their challenges to such meetings and is the individual challenges that you're facing and we talk about this if you just tried to make the use of a where you know what kind of challenges and my facing what am I
looking for at this conference at this meeting people more aware of the of the learning experience create an
end to a did you feel that you will and pinpoint any and practices that you
feel are transformative for the participants so any education expenditure crafted are iterated that you feel are kind of like at the heart of the of the transformation that Patterson's go through the
US and its again the good old so are killed lectures and come up it it it that's why we keep it and that's why Ted is so successful there's something in and seeing up a person that is really a working on very big issues and seeing these people talk with their eyes glowing about their passion it's a contagious and that's why it's transformative so when I leave a session of 4 up 4 speakers I see
people walking out of the lecture hall in their eyes are clawing I know that they have been transformed as something happening the question remains what happens afterward right that's just for a moment the other thing that is quite deeply transforming something that we just recently added 2 years ago is brain dating someone I was really lucky enough to meet these guys in Montreal bring them to Berlin for our conference and he's one-on-one meetings that are curated in a very special atmosphere that encourage exchange that open up people you know of all of the trades we have like academy presidents in the seventies brain dating with 20 year olds entrepreneur wars from Singapore and it's really a very creative makes and
this is something that that touches people quite deeply and has the most long-lasting effect in our experience at stake so I just realized that I planned all my thinking ahead 45 minutes and we just have half an hour and you think you for reminding me that right now so will
John right now I think into the consulting so that we can also do the brief after so I will just share a couple of initial thoughts with you and and everyone and then I will open the mike so that you can share and any ideas that you would have to help and Felix overcome this challenge which is how can we transform our Organization so it becomes a learning hub for community especially after the leave the premise of the following walls of conference and
so and when I when I gathered and listening to you in and in many other conversations we've had em up I deeply and we deeply believe that the 180 that the future of learning will be self-directed and experiential and collaborative and to have a very strong self directed and learning experience you need purpose you need a clear intention anything as
educators which you are because you create an educational context for people to grow and flourish and learning our main role as an educator is actually to help our participants our community to define that purpose for themselves and to define that intention for themselves and then to create the ecosystem and and the environment that will actually support them in their in their learning quests and there's so much about that idea of a learning quests that is all about how can you stretch yourself to become the person that you need to be to overcome a meaningful challenge that you have and um that's I think the experiential part of of what we've seen uh is very powerful is is how can you help your participants to define those meaningful learning intentional better rooted in the challenge that is meaningful to them and that they that they want to add to overcome and anything that uh we were talking about that it yesterday but following walls has an amazing compelling unique message and and this idea of of the walls falling is and something that's probably only can be done in Berlin and because of the historical context it's
and thing that people could come from all over the world to look for is the idea that not only sitting down in maybe more a passive traditional way listening to other people tackling the all walls which is in units of the cell very interesting and fascinating and there's much to gain there but if the 1st step that fits in team would take it was to help the participants identify their own walls and there was a
big want to overcome in their personal life in terms of their personal growth or in
any field that they might be active on and that becomes the request that's that becomes the the filter in which they will go through the learning experience that is being proposed by and by by following walls and I think that would be something extremely powerful in something very unique in if we
think about all the different conferences are all the unique and they're all rooted in a different city in a different feel and the different story and but that's that's story I think it is definitely you need to to following walls but
and thinking but the on the yes so that's 1 thing heavy and then what happens is that and I I got that inspiration from the Clinton Foundation so when the Clinton Foundation had an event arm whatever we think about anything of
that as something they were doing that was pretty mind blowing was that they were asking every single 1 of the participants of the conference to take a commitment to action so it was the idea that when you come back to 1 of the Clintons events when you leave you have to publicly commit to an action that you will be taking within the next year or over the next couple of years and the Clinton being the Clintons they have the the they had the resources to have I fill template perfect was it was about
time passes flying by and yes so that in the idea basically would be that throughout the whole year and the Clinton Foundation would actually support it's the column the members of the the the the participants the conference that would support the members in and achieving their commitment action by connecting them with resources by connecting them with other members so playing this kind of role of a of a learning concierge are a
supporter and to help the member to achieve that commitment to action so down at that point the conference becomes a place of 1st of all the accountability because you know that mixture you will
come back to this event and you will have to represent yourself to your own community saying OK did I did I do the work 1st
of all that I succeed but I fail and what did I learn so it was an amazing thing sometimes conferences there so looking for that also that that purpose of why would people come back every year like why would you go back every year to
meet community and then the idea of being accountable and telling you can lead to what is the and you know path that you went through to other years it a year is very powerful it also becomes a place of of celebration so if you succeed if you work if you are if you were
together it's a place of celebration of those some of those commitments actions and and successes and of course a place of learning again from each other and from many people that are tackling walls that are pretty pretty massive learning
from the their prophecies because we all the processes and blueprints for all walls to to follow and and and also basically just inspiration from other people that have been tackling uh you know really powerful walls and so uh so yeah and that's it In our atom in our experience it really addresses 3 main obstacles that people using a self-directed learning approach phase and again the idea of accountability when you want to learn something by
yourself sometimes you know the urgent verses important urgent takes place and then you
forget how important that thing was to you but we have to meet in which you're accountable and it helps you sometimes to actually be a key the focus on something that is important yet not that urgent and again the guideline in the process sometimes when you know we don't know what we don't know we don't know so when you're tackling something is a challenge and you've never tackle before sometimes you just don't know where to start so that idea of a community being a place of guidance uh I think is extremely powerful in terms of processes and next steps and shining a light on things that you don't even
know you should know or don't even know exist and again the aid of resources so that community also becomes a place of resources at the of other people who could support you with the knowledge and the experience and may end or other ways to uh to tackle to tackle a challenge so I think there's something extremely powerful for falling walls if the conference becomes a place of defining what is the wall that I want to tackle a breakdown in the next year and falling was as a learning Hobbes is a place of of guidance of support of learning concious throughout the year connecting the members among themselves in providing that accountability accused become because it can become an amazing powerful experience at last not only throughout the year but then that is celebrated and at the end at the conference itself so that was
my little piece of advice I would love to hear at a couple of comments or anything that you've been through and in this is really a moment for you to share your knowledge into that provide some idea some thoughts that you might have that could help to propel Felix and further enhance in this challenge this is an and if you can just quickly presenters that we have about 5 minutes it's that's not long because they introduce yourself and know what you're working on so we can understand and where you're rooting your experience have 0 my name is christian christian and univ
students in on the setting findings evidence the I hope that I wanna see is what's present looking for uh as well as the finest students and I have kind of found it interesting if let's say an mind set between how let's say people poultry us finer students comparative let's say people within the auto industry that tends to be kind of very
clear um outline
on this is how to find these people all this is out there are students are and that tends to be a kind of belief that if you start behaving like a finer students you use your arts aspect and that's why a kind of thought that this is these every event Ford of falling wall in terms of week it's all about steals skills that are fine can be transferred into hearts and skill that into parts can be transferred into of finance but i which is kind of it's more of a question and a comment I will say it because I believe that making the world full of making the those skills transfer a been exchanging itself is good but it's not really solving the issue because the the change of this knowledge can I make an impact on the eve 1st we find why do people have that mind-set why do people believe that arts and finance optically different and if we stop behaving like a finer a student you lose your arts and you have to behave in a specific way was 21 you we are able to specifically know wise also the viewpoint of each of those groups then we can transfer are exchanged in knowledge in a way where both groups of what actually 1 except that and put it into practice because the is fine is we have to be creative as well because when we are doing bones all that something to find ways to solve issues and in a dissenting an artistic apply some structural all that stuff so it is thinking in terms of how it's important to 1st recognize the East European as the source of the of the problem before starting to transfer I think vision interesting which is then because right away you're talking to the
process the ideal like how can we help some participants to 1st identify the whys behind the walls which is interesting I would love to hear some more and experience sharing but so it
maybe we can restate you you can speak once edges we say that challenge please write the challenge was how can we transform our
Organization two-way learning how for community yet so any says that you might have had that you think could um to propel Felix and
even failures that you might have had and
patient having us to say so I am the author my work at the good institute will worldwide organization so maybe we have some structure and common they're actually don't have this mission of the same problem and when we're
trying all 1 thought that I think what do you need 1 bit very motivated out of the compare and and the conference and you say I want to do that and then what you describe the next thing you have to answer 20 million e-mails on you have to do the work that needs to be done so I think we need to put resources and we need to create the working space where this can pull out so 1 of our ideas for conference was to put resources in money and by
that create a space that people come
book on projects so in this space you mean like an actual physical space where
virtual space of little space because everybody goes home and maybe
there there will be meetings might be online might be but 1 of our ideas was like has a pitchfork projects at the end of the conference and try to get some funding we need to organize that put funding and make people work on the to read projects maybe we're voting for 12 follow-up up and there because if it's just the idea of just the go with the follow up with that minimize and that's something that something it
is well documented in terms of communities of practice yes yeah that's like OK will just create a group and magically the will think about calling each other every week is just falls you need a fast data that you need to create
those spaces the virtual or physical spaces but you absolutely need is like according
space is oftentimes somebody at the desk will you know and make the light that will create vans that will make sure that people talk to each other and you actually need somebody like that also the virtual space to make sure that people you know the the become and the Indian interact super interesting that we had so many there I believe thanks to
such maybe we can have a Christian after flea FIL how much time do we have to do is a lot of children can kitchen is because we have another like so I'll just ask you will quick because it's part of the process just Felix to um summarize your learning right thank you for the consulting and
thanks to you for your contributions in years and my takeaways would be there's some pretty big things to
tackle in terms of creating continuity of a learning experience taking you beyond conference venues or classrooms that you can apply to many different things to meeting rooms and corporations and and to do that using accountability using the community in a much more of intense sense of creating this kind of real peer group that will be responsible for you and your and your learning journey as is an important thing and fostering unity of purpose why do we do this why do we have to do this together and then I took away from you that it's really applicable to so many different fields and we need to break silos all the time now it's it's it's it's an ongoing trend from corporations to scientific institutions and organisations are growing up everything is growing more complex breaking the silence this is 1 of the essential things to still be innovative and move on and have new creative ideas and and
then very practical idea from your side of 2 you have some sort of space for the afterglow after a conference to debrief to decide on so how do we move on from here and to shape a continuity so thanks all of
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Titel A Public Braindate on the New Learning Order
Untertitel Hint: it will be self-directed, experiential and collaborative
Serientitel re:publica 2017
Teil 54
Anzahl der Teile 235
Autor Renaud, Christine
Rundel, Felix
Lizenz CC-Namensnennung - Weitergabe unter gleichen Bedingungen 3.0 Deutschland:
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DOI 10.5446/33088
Herausgeber re:publica
Erscheinungsjahr 2017
Sprache Englisch

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Fachgebiet Informatik
Abstract A linear, predictable life would call for linear, predictable studies. Yet, in this day and age, lives are everything but predictable. Learning has to follow the pace: it has to be agile, timely and individualized. While learning is changing, learners’ unique questions, challenges, interests and personalities are still seen more as an annoyance than a fertile ground for learning. So what’s next? Let’s explore a world where all humans will be supported in becoming their greatest selves everywhere, all the time, by all of us.

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