Thou shalt not simply trot out thy usual shtick.
Thou shalt dream a great dream, or show forth a wondrous new thing, or share something thou hast never shared before.
Thou shalt reveal thy curiosity and thy passion.
Thou shalt tell a story.
Thou shalt freely comment on the utterances of other speakers for the sake of blessed connection and exquisite controversy.
Thou shalt not flaunt thine ego. Be thou vulnerable; speak of thy failure as well as thy success.
Thou shalt not sell from the stage: neither thy company, thy goods, thy writings, not thy desperate need for funding; lest thou be cast aside into outer darkness.
Thou shalt remember all the while: Laughter is good.
Thou shalt not read thy speech.
Thou shalt not steal the time of them that follow thee.
옛날 영어는 독어랑 비슷하다. 어렸을 때 ultima 5 라는 미국 rpg 를 하는데 하나도 못 알아 먹겠어서 미국 살던 사촌형에게 해석 부탁했는데, 형이 나중에 화를 냈던 기억이 난다. 이게 무슨 영어야! 하고. 제작자가 영국 출신이고, 옛말투로 일부러 대화를 써 둬서 그랬던 걸 시간이 많이 지나고 알았다.
여기서도 Du - Thou, deine - thine, hast - hast 등 보인다 위에서도. 예전에 뤼오스가 술 먹다가 농담으로, 영어는 작센 사투리야 했던 기억. 다들 잘 살겠지.
A New Culture of Learning:
Cultivating the Imagination for a World of Constant Change
The 21st century is a world in constant change. In A New Culture of Learning, Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown pursue an understanding of how the forces of change, and emerging waves of interest associated with these forces, inspire and invite us to imagine a future of learning that is as powerful as it is optimistic. Our understanding of what constitutes "a new culture of learning" is based on several basic assumptions about the world and how learning occurs:
- The world is changing faster than ever and our skill sets have a shorter life
- Understanding play is critical to understanding learning
- The world is getting more connected that ever before – can that be a resource?
- In this connected world, mentorship takes on new importance and meaning
- Challenges we face are multi-faceted requiring systems thinking & socio-technical sensibilities
- Skills are important but so are mind sets and dispositions
- Innovation is more important than ever – but turns on our ability to cultivate imagination
- A new culture of learning needs to leverage social & technical infrastructures in new ways
- Play is the basis for cultivating imagination and innovation
By exploring play, innovation, and the cultivation of the imagination as cornerstones of learning, the authors create a vision of learning for the future that is achievable, scalable and one that grows along with the technology that fosters it and the people who engage with it. The result is a new form of culture in which knowledge is seen as fluid and evolving, the personal is both enhanced and refined in relation to the collective, and the ability to manage, negotiate and participate in the world is governed by the play of the imagination.
Typically, when we think of culture, we think of an existing, stable entity that changes and evolves over long periods of time. In A New Culture of Learning, Thomas and Brown explore a second sense of culture, one that responds to its surroundings organically. It not only adapts, it integrates change into its process as one of its environmental variables.
Replete with stories, this is a book that looks at the challenges that our education and learning environments face in a fresh way.