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  • Sue Beckingham | @suebecks

    Interconnectedness

    and Lifelong Learning

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    Wisdom overcomes difficulty

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    Wisdom is the ability to think and

    act with knowledge, experience,

    understanding, common sense,

    and insight.

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    "No man was ever wise by chance."

    - Seneca the Younger, Epistol Ad Lucilium, LXXVI

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    A question.....

    What is your reason for being?

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    Barriers of Lifelong Learning

    MOTIVATIONCONFIDENCE TIME

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    Enablers of Lifelong Learning

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  • With ubiquitous access to the Internet there is a

    danger of suffering from information overflow

    HEALTH WARNING

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    Going to University

    Not everyone enters Higher

    Education from school at 18

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  • Self-belief

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  • Curiosity

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  • Serendipity

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  • Jean-Christophe Denaes 2007

    Serendipity is the way to make

    discoveries, by accident but also by

    sagacity, of things one is not in the

    quest of. Based on experience,

    knowledge, it is the creative

    exploitation of the unforeseen.

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  • Positive Silent

    Engagement

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  • Resilience

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  • Purpose

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  • What if...

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  • A shared idea.....

  • Nerantzi and Beckingham 2014

    The 5 C Framework

    connect, communicate, curate,

    collaborate and create

  • Connect

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  • The Office

    The Canteen

    The Water Cooler

    The Pub

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    Communicate

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    Curate

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    Collaborate

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  • Don Tapscott 2013

    Collaboration is important not just because it's a better way to learn. The sprit of collaboration is

    penetrating every institution and all of our lives. So

    learning to collaborate is part of equipping yourself for

    effectiveness, problem solving, innovation and life-long

    learning in an ever changing networked society.

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    Create

  • IKIGAI a reason for being

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    Wisdom overcomes difficulty

    Interconnectedness and lifelong learning

    open endless opportunities

    to share such wisdom.

    May you find your purpose and

    ultimately your ikigai.