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Teaching in a Networked Classroom

Savage, Jonathan
The processes of combining and re-mixing materials are not the preserve of artists alone. All creative people, whatever their discipline, are collaborators. Teachers are no exception. You will need to connect, borrow, combine, re-mix and collaborate in order to become the best teacher that you can be. We considered how these thoughts relate to two key educational activities: reading and writing.
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It began with us considering the nature of creativity, and how the orthodox view of creativity being the sole remit of a creative mind tells only half the story at best. Creativity is social. It?s shared. Creativity occurs when people connect to each other in various ways. As Johnson (2010: 22) says, ?chance favours the connected mind?. We also explored how creative people work with ?stuff?. They do not start with a blank piece of paper. Creative borrowing ? stealing ? is integral to the creative process.
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As a teacher, you need to undertake a lot of writing. Although you will not be writing manuscripts of 80,000 words, you will be researching and writing significant pieces of text for the purposes of lesson planning. Scrivener provides an environment where your digital collections of materials from Evernote can be presented alongside a writing environment that allows you to connect and trace ideas through its innovative tagging mechanisms. Whilst Scrivener is not free, is it definitely worth the small cost and we highly recommend it.
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Social currency We have examined this already in this chapter. Social currency refers to the reputation we gain in sharing with others. If sharing particular things makes us look more knowledgeable in the eyes of the group with whom we share those things, and knowledge is a value to the group, then we?ll continue to share.
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Auditing your competence in this area is an important first step towards developing new skills. After all, if you don?t know where your strengths and weaknesses are, how can you constructively seek to improve yourself? Fortunately, many large companies such as Microsoft, Mozilla and Google provide frameworks to help you explore your own web competencies in various ways.
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A personal learning network is more than a collection of tools. It is about your knowledge, skill and understanding of the web, and how these can be used constructively to help shape teaching and learning processes.
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Personal learning networks ? a shared approach to teaching and learning A personal learning network is the way in which you organise your learning through connections with social and informational networks.
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Not only did they discover that people shared more positive than negative stories, and more longer, intellectually demanding articles than shorter, simpler pieces, they also found that the stories most often shared were ?awe-inspiring?. By this they meant stories that were large-scale and changed the way the reader saw the world. They suggested that the reason why such stories are shared is the ?emotional communion? that results from it. This is the idea that when you read something that has a real emotional impact on yourself, which changes you and changes the way you see the world, then you want to share that feeling.
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Sharing for recognition
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In short, our students are primed for sharing. REFLECTIVE TASK If our students are primed for sharing (and they are), have you ever thought of teaching as sharing? Why is it that you want to become, or have become, a teacher? What is it that you want to share with your students that led you to make this important decision? What would be the benefits of this sharing for your students and for yourself? How can a sharing community or economy be established in your school?
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Our students may be unfamiliar with the details of the history of commons-based resource sharing on the web. However, they have all inherited the technical infrastructure and cultural practices based on it: they more naturally ?access? than buy, ?share? rather than own. They stream music on Spotify or Pandora, access newspapers online, and subscribe to TV programmes and films through watch-again services and companies such as Netflix.
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This infrastructure was always envisioned as primarily a place to share by the inventor himself: The dream behind the Web is of a common information space in which we communicate by sharing information. (Berners-Lee 1998) Mobile technologies with geo-location services linked to social networks have allowed people to coordinate their sharing with greater and greater precision. Online social networks are today?s word-of-mouth, where strong and weak ties combine to extend the reach of local communities. Because trust is the oil that allows sharing in a community, mechanisms for enabling trust to thrive online are constantly in development. Escrow legal agreements; the integration of users? social graph (Facebook + LinkedIn + Google+) to establish identity; ratings systems; and reputation engines (such as TrustCloud) are all designed to establish ?reputation capital? (Botsman 2010) in order to build trust between strangers.
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The ?sharing economy? is being held up as the model for effective, sustainable production and consumption for the future. People are now sharing bicycles, cars, textbooks, houses, money, clothes, tools, dogs, nannies and even grannies on an unprecedented scale. Books such as What?s Mine is Yours (Botsman 2010) and The Mesh (Gansky 2010); web-based companies exploring the latest shareables; and online magazines such as Shareable1 suggest that the groundswell of support for sharing may have reached a tipping point.
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What Putnam reminds us with this concept (and what I learnt in Italy) is that we are more likely to share our knowledge, skills and experiences when embedded in a network that is rich in social capital. The secret to increasing social capital is trust and norms of reciprocity: if we don?t agree how to share, how to give and take, or if we don?t trust each other and have no mechanisms for measuring that trust, then we are all that much poorer.
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The key difference between social capital and other forms of capital is that social capital is embedded in the fabric of our groups and communities. Human capital and financial capital are based on individuals or assets, while social capital lies in the relationships between individuals and in the connections they have with their communities.
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The key difference between social capital and other forms of capital is that social capital is embedded in the fabric of our groups and communities. Human capital and financial capital are based on individuals or assets, while social capital lies in the relationships between individuals and in the connections they have with their communities.
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Here?s a more formal definition of social capital: features of social organisations, such as trust, norms [or reciprocity], and networks [of civil engagement], that can improve the efficiency of society by facilitating co-ordinated actions. (Putnam et al, 1993)
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If you think you do share knowledge, what is it you share? Who do you share it with? How do you go about doing it? In your working world, who shares their knowledge with you? Who prefers to keep knowledge to themselves or to use it for themselves? Would you describe your working environment as being a sharing one?
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Smith, T. (2012). Thinking Contemporary Curating. New York, Independent Curators International.
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O?Neill, P. (2012). The Culture of Curating and the Curating of Culture(s). Cambridge MA, MIT Press.
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