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Frog Conference - Inspiring teaching and learning with Education 2014

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  • 1. ft Education Steve Molyneux CEO, Tablet Academy – Microsoft Professor of Global Education Leadership, Lamar University, Texas
  • 2. Our Vision Anytime, anywhere learning for all
  • 3. Microsoft in Education
  • 4. Helping Transform Education We are delivering services and experiences that bring learning to life in and out of the classroom and allow education leaders to reimagine how technology can modernize learning and improve learning outcomes.
  • 5. Helping Transform Education Devices, Apps for Education, Accessibility, Communication and Collaboration, Search, Access Programs Microsoft is creating public-private partnerships to put technology access in the hands of students and educators throughout the world. This unique program has helped us provide digital access to 16,000,000 students in over 55 countries.
  • 6. Supporting Educators We are empowering educators with the training, communities, technologies and experiences they need to succeed and to help every student achieve their greatest potential.
  • 7. Supporting Educators Development Programs, Communities, Forums and Conferences Microsoft has invested in a $750 million global initiative aimed at improving teaching and learning. Since 2003, we’ve led the way in partnering with education, helping nearly 11 million educators and reaching more than 207 million students in 139 countries in our first 10 years alone.
  • 8. Inspiring Students We are providing the technology skills and support programs that can help students get prepared for their next step in life, whether the workforce or advancing their education.
  • 9. Inspiring Students Development Programs, Competitions, Deals and Offers
  • 10. Graham Fox Schools Business Manager, Microsoft Education Steve Molyneux CEO, Tablet Academy – Microsoft Professor of Global Education Leadership, Lamar University, Texas
  • 11. Trends: Student Access To Platforms Personal Computer DeviceDeployment Introduction Growth Maturity Decline Withdrawal Mobile Devices Introduction Growth Maturity Decline Withdrawal Today
  • 12. Trends: Access To Content Mobile Internet Desktop Internet InternetUsers(MM) Source: Morgan Stanley Research
  • 13. 1995 2011 Institution Consumer Adoption Trends: Innovation Adoption Innovationstep-change
  • 14. Trend AwarenessBe Aware Of Consumer Trends Trends: Technology In EducationalTrends: A New Learning Society Mobile Platforms Free Agent LearningCloud Services
  • 15. Young people today do things that young people 15 years ago could not have imagined. This generation is creating self-shot home movies, mixing and editing existing footage, composing and recording music and editing photos. They are connecting, exchanging and creating in new ways; when and where they want and with no understanding or regard as to the consequences of their actions nor respect for privacy, copyright or the feelings of others. Trends: The Neo-Millenials
  • 16. The 4 Ages of Education Age of the Philosopher (Innovation: Language)
  • 17. Its all about change: The Device
  • 18. Research into the technological lives of young children found that 29% of toddlers could use a smartphone or tablet by the age of three, while more one-in-ten could operate the devices before their 2nd birthday. Of these about 8.8% (2.2 Mio) are aged 3-11. About 25 Million people in the UK use a tablet. A further 7.2% (1.8 Mio) are aged 12-17. IT Informed Pupils
  • 19. Technology In The Classroom
  • 20. Technology In The Classroom
  • 21. Interacting With Your Device – What Next?
  • 22. Its all about change: The Teacher
  • 23. What Is ‘New’ In TeachingWhat Is ‘New’ In Teaching
  • 24. Giving Pupils Additional Skills • Problem Solving • Reflection • Creativity • Critical Thinking • Learning To Learn • Risk Taking • Collaboration • Entrepreneurship
  • 25. New Teaching Models
  • 26. Independent learning Time with Educator New Teaching Models
  • 27. Adapting To Individual Needs
  • 28. Its all about change: The Pupil– Putting it into practice
  • 29. Changing The Way We Teach
  • 30. How Will Pupils Learn Differently? Create CommunicateCoordinateConnect Collaborate
  • 31. Pupil created content from an activity Example: Critical Thinking Skills
  • 32. New Approaches To Teaching & LearningExamples: Thinking Skills
  • 33. Example: Creative Expressive Skills
  • 34. Pupils use Chroma Key to enhance engagement Example: Research & Collaborative Skills
  • 35. OneNote: The Ultimate Collaboration Tool
  • 36. Example: OneNote In The Classroom
  • 37. Student Centric & Value Driven School
  • 38. Steve@Tablet-Academy.Com @TabletAcademyUK Graham.fox@Microsoft.Com @MicrosoftEdUK