THE ROLE of TEACHERS, INNOVATIONS and TECHNOLOGY for the QUALITY of EDUCATION
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This paper was presented within 16th ICSQCC in Lucknow, ındia on 28th November 2013: ...

This paper was presented within 16th ICSQCC in Lucknow, ındia on 28th November 2013:
Total quality (TQ) is a passion and a way of life for those organizations that live its message. The problem is how to generate the passion and the pride required to create quality in education. The significance of leadership for undertaking the transformation to TQ should not be underestimated. A key aspect of the leadership role in education is to train and empower teachers to give them the maximum opportunity to improve the learning of their students. Technology and innovative ideas are the other important tools for them.
Not only in Turkey, but in many countries “training innovative minds through quality in education and technology use” has gained importance recently. Many educators and educational leaders are trying to find out the meaning of “quality” in education through the further technological innovations. This tendency seems to be changing the educational paradigm with respect to the Internet technologies. Massive open online courses (MOOCs) are getting very popular especially in American and European universities. Through some well-known IT companies teachers are trying new ways instead of the traditional ones. Experts think that the Internet and some other innovative ideas might be significant for the national systems of education as they may become the basis for the emerging global education system.
In this paper, the author is going to share her experiences she gained during her participation to the Sixth Conference of MIT’s Learning International Networks Consortium on June 16th-19th, 2013 at MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA.

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  • 1. Hayal Köksal DG (Turkey), World Council for Total Quality & Excellence in Education hayal@boun.edu.tr hayal@hayalkoksal.com Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
  • 2.  Total quality (TQ) is a passion and a way of life for those organizations that live its message. The problem is how to generate the passion and the pride required to create quality in education. The significance of leadership for undertaking the transformation to TQ should not be underestimated. A key aspect of the leadership role in education is to train and empower teachers to give them the maximum opportunity to improve the learning of their students. Technology and innovative ideas are the other important tools for them.  Not only in Turkey, but in many countries “training innovative minds through quality in education and technology use” has gained impor tance recently. Many educators and educational leaders are trying to find out the meaning of “quality” in education through the further technological innovations. This tendency seems to be changing the educational paradigm with respect to the Internet technologies. Massive open online courses (MOOCs) are getting ver y popular especially in American and European universities. Through some well-known IT companies teachers are trying new ways instead of the traditional ones. Experts think that the Internet and some other innovative ideas might be significant for the national systems of education as they may become the basis for the emerging global education system.  In this paper, the author is going to share her experiences she gained during her par ticipation to the Sixth Conference of MIT’s Learning International Networks Consor tium on June 16 th -19 th , 2013 at MIT, Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
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  • 4. POLICY CURRICULUM PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT ASSESSMENT THEIR ATTITUDES & ABILITIES FACILITIES BUT Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
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  • 6. Teachers’ efforts to develop professionally will influence their own practice, and indirectly, the achievement of their students (OECD, 1998) Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
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  • 8.  It seems that through some modifications in the educational system we have been trying to make progress, but doesn’t it seem to have been taking place in the “wrong jungle”? Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
  • 9. What about the successful schools? MIT HARVARD UNIVERSITY Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
  • 10.    Everyone is an expert when it comes to education. After all, everyone has gone to school. However, “Consensus on what should be taught and how it should be taught is not easy to achieve!” Today we are in a new century. The scientists used to say that: “The 21st Century will be remembered as the “Century of Quality” towards the end of the 20th Century. Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
  • 11.     Do you feel any signals of a better and more qualified educational system in your country? What about the innovations and effective use of technology? What are the current conditions of schools? Are school people happy with them, with their products? Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
  • 12. It is obvious that the use of TOTAL QUALITY will take place in the classroom, and the main actor_ teacher will be responsible for it.  “Training innovative teachers” and “effective use of technology” will be the main concerns of this presentation.  Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
  • 13.     Total Quality Management (TQM) is not just a technology; it is a philosophy and a methodology that assists institutions to manage change, and to set their own agendas for dealing with the new external pressures. It is an attitude-a different way of looking at the school environment. Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
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  • 17. Take the advantage of experience and wisdom of teachers in the planning process. Encourage them to participate in . They should be familiar with innovations and change through a- In-service and b-Pre-service programs. Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
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  • 26. Innovative Teachers Program (2005- ) “Collaborative Coaching Program” (Ministry of Education-EğiTek + Microsoft Turkey ) Localizer, Trainers & Advisor: Hayal Köksal 32 hour-training for Innovative Teachers 32 hour-training for coaches 12 hour-training for school administrator as supporter Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
  • 27. MICROSOFT’s PiL PROGRAMI for Turkish Teachers since 2005 http://yenilikciogretmenler.meb.gov.tr
  • 28. INNOVATIVE COACHES FROM VARIOUS REGIONS OF TURKEY
  • 29. Turkish Innovative Teachers at World Wide Innovative Teachers’ Forums HELSİNKİ WORLDWIDE FORUM (2008) PHILEDELPHIA WORLDWIDE INNOVATIVE TEACHERS FORUM (2007): TÜRKİYE was awarded with the Second Best Project concerning Collaboration
  • 30. TWO COURSES at BOĞ AZİ Çİ UNIVERSITY (Pre-Service Training)
  • 31. “INNOVATIVE TEACHING” as an Elective Course for the students of Educational Faculty since the academic year of 2005- 2006 Designer & Teacher Trainer: Hayal Köksal 3 hours X 14 weeks= 42 hours for teacher candidates Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
  • 32. Fun, Collaboration & Creativity at University
  • 33. “TEACHERS of the FUTURE” as an Elective Course for the students of Educational Faculty since the academic year of 2011-2012 Designer & Teacher Trainer: Hayal Köksal 3 hours X 14 weeks= 42 hours for teacher candidates Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
  • 34.    The Objectives of this course are to develop a basic understanding of Quality, Personal Quality, Quality Leadership among the future workforce of the community, the difference between innovation and innovativeness, to internalize how to “manage change” in 21st Century organizations, to learn the recent techniques and approaches concerning innovation, leadership roles and skills in the work environment, to understand the importance of using technology at various settings through some “Information and Communication Technology (ICT)” projects and some innovative techniques for the new life styles, to be familiar with the problems of challenged human resources, to learn how to conduct İmece (quality) circles and to improve “peace and quality” concepts at work. On the other hand; Leadership Styles, Personal characteristics of Effective Leaders, Leadership Skills in the Society and various organizations, Communication Skills, The Role of the Leaders in Strategic Planning Process, Managing People, Managing Organizations and Managing Change will be studied in detail to develop a global understanding for the changing world. Each term a new issue is analyze; Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, or “Peace”. like “The Challenged”, “Human Dignity” Lucknow, INDIA
  • 35.   This course is for the ones who are very close to their graduations professional lives. Recent developments in daily life and innovative ideas for business world, including the quality journeys of overseas organizations will be introduced. Attendance is essential, for project-based leading is realized. It is mainly open to all students who will be leaders of the future in any field. Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
  • 36. •Introduction •Defining Quality, Personal Quality & Leadership •Main pillars and principles of Total Quality in Education & and goals: Strategic planning, •Organizational culture and climate •Leadership in 21st Century: Discussion on the Big Picture •Innovation, innovative and innovativeness: Sample cases from Turkey. •Qualities of effective leaders/teachers •“Challenged students in Turkey and in the world”. •Developing team work and circles at work. •ICT Sample projects from Turkey, India, USA and some other European countries (Leadership, Marketing, Career Portfolio). •Human Dignity & Humiliation Studies for future leaders. •General Evaluation. Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
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  • 38. 1. 2. Massive open online courses (MOOCs) provide either free of relatively inexpensive education that can be compared to traditional face-to-face forms of learning in terms of quality and effectiveness of training. Emerging self-regulated educational online communities rely on the technologies and web services that provide peer-to-peer communication and interaction. 3. Creation and utilization of open knowledge bases such as Wikipedia or “Ekşi Sözlük” is a part of new educational reality. 4. The main foundations of modern educational philosophy are moving from constructivism to connectivism. 5. Education becomes a highly fragmented process of utilizing a constantly changing set of tools alongside with shifting roles of the individuals who participate in it according to their interests and abilities. Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
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  • 40. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Classroom management in perspective_ Why do new teachers have difficulty in managing classroom? Understanding the basic psychological needs of students. Establishing positive students-teachers relationship. Creating positive peer relationship. Working with parents. Developing standards for classroom behaviour. Enhancing students’ motivation to learning. Responding to violations of rules. Using problem-solving skills to respond bad behaviours within the classroom. SQC Philosophy. Developing Dr. Hayal KÖKSALbehaviour changeINDIA individual @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, plans.
  • 41. The new paradigm of education relies largely on innovations in ICT. Educational events are not only limited with classroom activities, conferences and international gatherings may also be realized through the Internet. Thus, finance does not form the greatest obstacle for the participants. For instance national and international meetings might be held more often and more issues might be discussed by more participants. It might be a good opportunity for the WCTQEE to share quality-focused experiences via MOOCs with all world citizens. Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
  • 42. Another good example of that is the “International ICT Seagulls Project “ which lasted for ten years with the support and collaboration of the City Montessori School in India, QUEST-Nepal in Nepal, NYDT in South Africa, and Kingston University in UK. Through the training CD and Skype conferences, students and teachers of the project met in the Cyber world. www.bilisimcimartilar.com Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
  • 43. Δ The lacking IT facilities of some schools creates broken hearts within teachers and students. They lose their trust to the educational system of their communities. + The productivity of coming together in a Conference Hall, and the wonderful feeling of making new friends and meeting old friends cannot be realized through cyber gatherings. We never miss the chance of coming together for the Annual Meetings of the WCTQEE. It is our joy, it is our privilege and also it is the way of sharing our love, trust and respect to each other. Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
  • 44. The problem; How to bring those two issues together effectively.    Do you agree with me? Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
  • 45.            ARCARO, J. (1995).”Creating Quality in the Classroom”, Kogan page, USA. BONSTINGL, J.J. (1996). “Schools of Quality”, 2nd Edition, ASCD, Virginia, USA. BUKHTOYAROV, M. and Anna (2013). “Five Trends of Educational Change: Reshaping the Humanity with Global Network Tools”. 6th MIT LINC, Boston, USA. DAHLGAARD,J.J.,K.Kristensen, G.K.Kanji,(1995). “TQM Leadership” in “TQM Proceedings of the First World Congress”, Edited by Gopal K.Kanji, Chapman and Hall, London. GREENWOOD, M.S., Helen J.Gaunt, (1994).”Total Quality Management for Schools”, Cassell Education, Kent. HILLIARD, ASA III.(1991).”Do We Have The Will To Educate All Children?”, Educational Leadership, 49 (1),pp. 31-36. KÖKSAL, H. (2006). “Innovative teachers e-book”, www.yenilikciogretmenler.meb.gov.tr . LOPEZ, C. (1994). “The Role of the Teacher in Today’s Language Classroom”, in “Teacher Development”, edited by Thomas Kral, USIA,Washington. Microsoft Partners in learning Progress Report (2007). Redmons, USA. OECD, (1998). “Staying Ahead- In-service Training and Teacher Professional Development”, Centre for Research and Innovation, France. ………..((1990).”The Teacher Today”, Centre for Research and Innovation, France. Dr. Hayal KÖKSAL @ 16th ICSQCC, Lucknow, INDIA
  • 46. DHANYAVAD