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Published on February 17, 2014

Author: BigBeacon

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Dave Goldberg, Founder and president of Big Beacon, speaks to the Global Engineering Symposium at the EWB Canada national convention in January 2014.

The Emotional Rescue of Engineering Education Dave Goldberg Big Beacon deg@bigbeacon.org © David E. Goldberg 2014

Stories © David E. Goldberg 2011

Surprising journey © David E. Goldberg 2011

Genetic algorithms

Culture  sculp+ng   Anything But Engineers © David E. Goldberg 2011 www.bigbeacon.org

Reflection © David E. Goldberg 2011

Prompt: Engineering education today is not… © David E. Goldberg 2011

Debrief © David E. Goldberg 2011

Would like to suggest three things: © David E. Goldberg 2011

1. We are reforming the wrong stuff. © David E. Goldberg 2011

2. Using assumptions appropriate for bygone times, © David E. Goldberg 2011

3. Using change methods too weak to succeed. © David E. Goldberg 2011

1.  We are reforming the wrong stuff, 2.  Using assumptions appropriate for bygone times, 3.  Using change methods too weak to succeed. © David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

Assumption: Need to be more rational & quantitative for education reform to succeed. © David E. Goldberg 2011

Subtext: Pedagogical & educational efforts need to compete with research for time, funding, and prestige. © David E. Goldberg 2011

What’s the right stuff? © David E. Goldberg 2011

Story: The Power of Initiative © David E. Goldberg 2011

Illinois Foundry for Innovation in Engineering Education www.ifoundry.illinois.edu © David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering © David E. Goldberg 2011

The “Olin Effect” © David E. Goldberg 2011

Illinois  Engineering   Freshman  Experience   (iEFX)   iLaunch   iCommunity   ENG100++  2   Hands-­‐on   Projects   iExpo   ENG100++   Missing   Basics   iCheckpoint  

1-hour course + zero-credit iCommunity © David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

Great launch then… © David E. Goldberg 2011

bumps, confusion & complaining © David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

“Weren’t sure you were serious about us doing what we wanted to do, but then realized you were, and it was very cool.” © David E. Goldberg 2011

Then, students started to take initiative without permission. © David E. Goldberg 2011

“Sure I made the right career choice.” © David E. Goldberg 2011

“Making me more confident in my decision to be an engineer.” © David E. Goldberg 2011

“I’m definitely more entrepreneurial.” © David E. Goldberg 2011

“Just an overall all-rounded engineer, not just a technician. A human, not just a problem solver.” © David E. Goldberg 2011

The Olin effect at Illinois! © David E. Goldberg 2011

But how? © David E. Goldberg 2011

How did such a small effort have such a big effect on initiative? © David E. Goldberg 2011

Story: Aching to Lead in Singapore © David E. Goldberg 2011

Singaporean Students Don’t Do X © David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

How do you learn the courage to be present as a leader? © David E. Goldberg 2011

How do we learn courage? © David E. Goldberg 2011

1.  We are reforming the wrong stuff, 2.  Using assumptions appropriate for bygone times, 3.  Using change methods too weak to succeed. © David E. Goldberg 2011

Story: Universities date back to 11th century. © David E. Goldberg 2011

Founded1088 © David E. Goldberg 2011

9-10 century consensus © David E. Goldberg 2011

University as an assembly of experts © David E. Goldberg 2011

Expertise is being challenged in 2 ways © David E. Goldberg 2011

Challenge #1: EdTech © David E. Goldberg 2011

MOOCs © David E. Goldberg 2011

Massive open online courses © David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

Challenge #2: KidEnterprise © David E. Goldberg 2011

Story: Are universities necessary for research? © David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

Friday, 30 January 2013 © David E. Goldberg 2011

Post WW2 professor was © David E. Goldberg 2011 ©  David  E.  Goldberg  and  Mark  Somerville  2013   Please  do  not  reproduce  or  distribute  without  permission.  

From @jackandraka! @deg511 Working on changing education, too!‪! <link> ! © David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

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Mid th 20 © David E. Goldberg 2011 Century

© David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

168 times faster 26,000 times less expensive, 400 times more sensitive, 5 minutes to run   © David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

What did he need from the professor? © David E. Goldberg 2011

Lab space © David E. Goldberg 2011

Any 14-year old with laptop an read papers experts read. Can get funding experts get. Can hire help from guru.com. © David E. Goldberg 2011

Jack is not alone. © David E. Goldberg 2011

Returns to research expertise are diminishing. © David E. Goldberg 2011

The current revolution isn’t about teaching. © David E. Goldberg 2011

Idea of university is being challenged. © David E. Goldberg 2011

What is an expert? © David E. Goldberg 2011

“I know.” © David E. Goldberg 2011

What is a university? © David E. Goldberg 2011

“No, I k now.” “No, I know.” “No, I know.” “I know.” “No, I know.” “No, I know.” ”No, I know.” “No, I know.” “No, I know.” © David E. Goldberg 2011 “No, I know.” “No ow.” , I kn

How do we balance the portfolio? © David E. Goldberg 2011

???? “I know” © David E. Goldberg 2011

What is the opposite of expertise? © David E. Goldberg 2011

Story: A difficulty of “knowing.” © David E. Goldberg 2011

Rewind to September 2010 © David E. Goldberg 2011

Georgetown University Leadership Coaching Certificate Program © David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

Stuck © David E. Goldberg 2011

Love © David E. Goldberg 2011

Breakthrough © David E. Goldberg 2011

Learned how hard it is to really trust another person. © David E. Goldberg 2011

How do you learn the courage to be present as a leader? © David E. Goldberg 2011

You learn courage from those who 1.  Have courage to check their egos, 2.  Trust you before you trust yourself, 3.  Are open to your exploration & learning. © David E. Goldberg 2011

Unleashing reaction © David E. Goldberg 2011

Unleashing = Trust + Courage + Initiative -> Learning to learn © David E. Goldberg 2011

Hard lessons for an engineer & professor. © David E. Goldberg 2011

All key change variables of transformation are emotional. © David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

“I trust” “I know” © David E. Goldberg 2011

Unleash © David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

“We control” © David E. Goldberg 2011

“We tru st.” “We trust.” “We trust” “We trust” “We trust.” “We trust.” “We trust.” “We Trust.” “We trust.” © David E. Goldberg 2011 “We trust.” “W ust.” e tr

1.  We are reforming the wrong stuff, 2.  Using assumptions appropriate for bygone times, 3.  Using change methods too weak to succeed. © David E. Goldberg 2011

At level of individuals, variables are emotional. © David E. Goldberg 2011

At systems/organization level variables are cultural. © David E. Goldberg 2011

Need to move from fear & control to love & trust. © David E. Goldberg 2011

Trying to use existing bureaucracies to reform themselves. © David E. Goldberg 2011

It hasn’t worked. © David E. Goldberg 2011

It won’t work. © David E. Goldberg 2011

When in human history have we made big moves? © David E. Goldberg 2011

The Salt Movement of 1930 © David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

The Montgomery Bus Boycott of 1955 © David E. Goldberg 2011

hRp://www.montgomeryboycoR.com/photos/rParksArrest.jpg   © David E. Goldberg 2011

It takes a social movement to bring transformation. © David E. Goldberg 2011

The Big Beacon Movement of 2012 © David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

Problems: Changes huge & have system that delights in failure of candidates. © David E. Goldberg 2011

© David E. Goldberg 2011

Global movement © David E. Goldberg 2011

5 Pillars to transform higher education

by collaboratively disrupting the status quo. © David E. Goldberg 2011

Coming 2014 © David E. Goldberg 2011

5 Technologies of Trust •  •  •  •  •  Wholemindedness Values-based design Coaching Culture crafting & sculpting Changing the way we change

Wholemindedness: 6 Minds of WNE Analy+cal   mind   Mind   mind   Design   mind   Six  Minds   of  the   Whole  New   Engineer   Linguis+c   mind   People   mind   Body   mind  

Values-Based Design: 5 Pillars of the Big Beacon •  •  •  •  •  Joy Trust Courage Connection Openness

Culture  sculp+ng   Anything But Engineers © David E. Goldberg 2011 www.bigbeacon.org

Modern leadership coaching traces its origins to Chilean engineer, Fernando Flores, & his PhD thesis: Management and Communication in the Office of the Future, 1982 © David E. Goldberg 2011

Changing how we change: Cannot assume that simple orders in a hierarchy will do the trick © David E. Goldberg 2011

Good exemplars growing: Different objects of change, assumptions, & process of change essential © David E. Goldberg 2011

1.  We are reforming the wrong stuff, 2.  Using assumptions appropriate for bygone times, 3.  Using change methods too weak to succeed. © David E. Goldberg 2011

1-3 Takeaways © David E. Goldberg 2011

Email: deg@bigbeacon.org Web: www.bigbeacon.org Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/deg511 Twitter: @deg511, @bigbeacon © David E. Goldberg 2014

Join Sunday breakfast for interactive session to collaboratively disrupt the status quo. © David E. Goldberg 2011

The Emotional Rescue of Engineering Education Dave Goldberg ThreeJoy Associates, Inc. deg@bigbeacon.org © David E. Goldberg 2014

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