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M&L 2012 - What are the implications of the recent K-12 Horizon Report for European policy makers and practitioners - by Guus Wijngaards M&L 2012 - What are the implications of the recent K-12 Horizon Report for European policy makers and practitioners - by Guus Wijngaards Presentation Transcript

  • What about Europe? NMC project Horizonhttp://bigthink.com/disrupt-education/take-aways-from-the-2011-k12-horizon-report-the-start-up-perspective
  • 25 Editions 34 Translations  2012 2011 2007 2006 2010 2009 2008 2005 2004
  • Regional Technology Outlooks http://www.broward.org/Australia/New Zealand - Latin America - Singapore/Hong Kong/Japan/Korea - Africa Europe?
  • Advisory Boards discuss the topemerging technologies, trends and challenges
  • 10 KEY TRENDSEducation paradigms are shifting to include online learning, hybridlearning, and collaborative models.
  • 11 KEY TRENDSThe abundance of resources and relationships made easily accessible via the Internet is increasingly challenging us to revisit our roles as educators.
  • 12 KEY TRENDS It is becoming increasinglycommon for students to bring their own mobile devices.
  • 13 KEY TRENDSPeople expect to be able to work, learn, and study whenever and wherever they want to.
  • 14 KEY TRENDS Technology continues toprofoundly affect the way we work, collaborate, communicate, and succeed.
  • 15 KEY TRENDS There is a new emphasis in the classroom on morechallenge-based, active learning.
  • 16SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGES The demand for personalized learning is not adequatelysupported by current technology or practices.
  • 17SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGESK-12 must address the increasedblending of formal and informal learning.
  • 18SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGESDigital media literacy continues torise in importance as a key skill in every discipline and profession, especially teaching.
  • 19SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGES Institutional barriers present formidable challenges to movingforward in a constructive way with emerging technologies.
  • 20SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGESLearning that incorporates real life experiences is not occurringenough and is undervalued when it does take place.
  • 21SIGNIFICANT CHALLENGES Many activities related to learning and education take place outsidethe walls of the classroom and thusare not part of our learning metrics.
  • Courtesy: heraldscotland.comTablet computing
  • Tablet computing ☻ Ideal to one-to-one deployments ☻ Support active learning ☻ Foster 21th Century Skills in students☻ Have proven benefits for students with special needs ☻ Can increase students engagement and sense ofleadership and foster better teamwork and communication Time to adoption: one year or less
  • http://www.nmc.org/horizon-project/horizon-reports Nextsteps?
  • What are the implications forEuropean policy-makers and practitioners? Awareness Judgement Action
  • Cooperation betweenEurope and United States?