feasability (can it be done starting with the tech level of today or is it a 2030 thing?)
better understanding of overall concept and architecture
better understanding of components
better understanding of benefits, costs, risks and chances
advantages for the development process, clarity in roadmap construction, setting priorities
advantages for spreading the idea to, individuals, (make it more attractive and viral), interest groups, thought leaders
advantages for finding partners and allies
impact on economical and political system
impact on geopolitical system
note: this is a start - with the ongoing process the range of TA can change
impact on current global education system
impact on cultures
remind wild cards and black swans
eS ending in over-qualification?
delivering textbooks, selling eLearning
protecting the value chain against freeconomics
promoting democracy, self-esteem, participation, responsible living
e.g. destabalizing power structures built on knowledge asymmetry?
promoting value of freedom and individualism? hyper competition?
hyper acceleration of technological progress
legal issues, copyright
new value chains?
innovation and knowledge economy
desirability? econonomical rationality?
hyper competition scenario
Social Assessment - power shift away from teachers to "learning spaces of experience"
there is an optimistic, modernist assumption in the eS vision: enlightenment of the planet means less conflict and more prosperity
humanizing effects of technology
dehumanizing effects of technology
the learning system vision up to now looks rather behavioristic
to implement an "addictive" system might be an ambivalent goal at leat
where is the place and role of social learning, emotional intelligence, empathy?
where is creativity?
Howard Gardner, Howard Gardner has shown that there is a multitude of intellgences, Gardner's five minds—disciplined, synthesizing, creating, respectful and ethical—are not personality types, but ways of thinking available to anyone who invests the time and effort to cultivate them: “how we should use our minds.” - 2006, Link, Gartner ... perceives human mental endowment as an assemblage of fairly autonomous ""frames of mind,"" or multiple intelligences: linguistic, musical, logical-mathematical, spatial, bodily-kinetic, and a category Gardner calls ""personal intelligences""--meaning both intrapersonal and interpersonal., Neue Idee
Daniel Goleman, Ecological Intelligence, Emotional Intelligence, Social Intelligence, Books http://www.danielgoleman.info/blog/purchase/, http://www.danielgoleman.info/blog/
low interest of potential partners in academies and economy
low adoption rates (afer realization)
low success rates of students
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