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21st-Century Learners Design Ultimate School of the Future Today

  1. 1. 21st Century Learners Design the Ultimate School of the Future – Today! – Results from Speak Up 2006 National Education Computing Conference Atlanta GA June 25,2007 Julie Evans and Laurie Smith
  2. 2. “Technology has changed the way I deliver content to students and the products I expect back from students. The use of technology is more consistent with how the students interact with the world and with what will be expected of them in the future.” High School Science Teacher with 16+ years of teaching experience Daviess County, Kentucky
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  4. 4. dis rm S filD W BNFs of A3 lerning Bt lts Nt B 404 bout d kdz POV RU ReD 2 tlk nw f ys ~~~ yr h& ciao What is your next action? 1. Stand up 2. Wave your hand 3. Show us your cell phone 4. I don’t have a clue – I am over 25!
  5. 5. Translation please! dis rm S filD W BNFs of A3 lerning Bt lts Nt B 404 bout d kdz POV RU ReD 2 tlk nw f ys ~~~ yr h& ciao This room is filled with big name fans of anytime, anywhere, anyplace learning. But let’s not be clueless about the kids’ point of view. Are you ready to talk now? If yes, wave your hand. Goodbye.
  6. 6. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Project Tomorrow (formerly known as NetDay) - a national education nonprofit organization • Provide national leadership to improve science, math & technology education • Incubate and replicate programs that engage K-12 students in science, math & technology • Leverage online tools and resources to build local capacities • Conduct national research to inform and stimulate new discussions – our Speak Up national project
  7. 7. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents • Annual national research project – Online surveys – Open for all K-12 schools – Schools/districts get their own data for planning and budgeting • Collect data ↔ Stimulate conversations – Students, Teachers, Parents and . . . . (what’s new for 2007?) • Inform policies & programs – Analysis and reporting – Services: custom reports, consulting with schools, Speak Up Your Way! • Since 2003: – 795,000 K-12 students – 48,000 teachers – 15,000 parents – 10,000 schools – all 50 states, DC + DOD schools
  8. 8. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents • Annual national research project – Online surveys – Open for all K-12 schools – Schools/districts get their own data for planning and budgeting • Collect data ↔ Stimulate conversations – Students, Teachers, Parents and . . . . (what’s new for 2007?) • Inform policies & programs – Analysis and reporting – Services: custom reports, consulting with schools, Speak Up Your Way! • Since 2003: – 795,000 K-12 students – 48,000 teachers – 15,000 parents – 10,000 schools – all 50 states, DC + DOD schools Speak Up 2007 – Oct 1st – Nov 15th
  9. 9. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 2006 Sponsors & Partners Advanced Network & Services, Inc. And 100+ national and regional nonprofit partners
  10. 10. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Participation Overview from fall 2006: 232,781 K-12 students, 21,272 teachers & 15,316 parents Students: Elementary (pre K-Gr 5) – 43% Middle School (Gr 6-8) – 35% High School (Gr 9-12) – 21% 50% Girls – 50% Boys Teachers: 80% - Classroom assignment 36% - 4 to 15 years experience 42% - have Masters’ Degree Parents: 29% member of a PTA/PTO/Booster Club 13% volunteer regularly @ school
  11. 11. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Participation Overview: All 50 states, DC, Canada, Mexico & American DOD schools Top 10 states: TX, IL, CA, MD, AL, NC, FL, MA, VA, MI Top School District: Chicago Public Schools School demographics*: 2800 schools 96% public schools – 4% private schools Urban (1/3) Rural (1/3) Suburban (1/3) % of schools that are Title 1 eligible = 41% % of schools w/majority minority school population = 43% * NCES Common Core of Data 2003/2004
  12. 12. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 • This year’s survey question themes: Learning & Teaching with Technology 21st Century Skills Communications, Connections & Self-Expression Math & Science Instruction Global Collaborations Competitiveness & Workforce Preparedness Designing Schools of the Future What can we learn from today’s learners – and their parents and teachers?
  13. 13. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Data Releases Briefings & Conferences including podcast of the Congressional Briefing (visit www.tomorrow.org) Speak Up 100 Recognition - Schools & Impact National Report – to be released in July Customized reports for schools, districts, state agencies, other groups and companies Special Focus Reports – sampling of topics: – Online learning – with Blackboard – 21st century skills – Global collaborations – Communications, social networking & self-expression
  14. 14. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Sampling of key findings from the student data: • Communications is #1 • Online connected-ness creating new “friends” • Online safety & privacy are not top student concerns • Students say: “Make science & math relevant!” • Youngest learners are very tech sophisticated • Continued disconnect between students & adults
  15. 15. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 “Are you involved with technology decisions?” @ Home – 50% of students said YES
  16. 16. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 “Are you involved with technology decisions?” @ Home – 50% of students said YES @ School – only 14% said YES
  17. 17. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 “Are you involved with technology decisions?” @ Home – 50% of students said YES @ School – only 14% said YES 35% want their school “to listen to my ideas about my education”
  18. 18. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 “If you were designing a new school today for students just like you, what kinds of technology and access would be part of your ideal school?”
  19. 19. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 “If you were designing a new school today for students just like you, what kinds of technology and access would be part of your ideal school?” Today’s assignment: Design the Ultimate School of the Future
  20. 20. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Today’s assignment: Design the Ultimate School of the Future Inputs: Student Panel, Speak Up 2006 National Data, and You
  21. 21. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Design the Ultimate School of the Future Introducing our Student Panel of Experts Thank you, Students!
  22. 22. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Design the Ultimate School of the Future Template Access: to technology, knowledge, information, experts
  23. 23. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Design the Ultimate School of the Future Template Access: to technology, knowledge, information, experts Devices & Tools: “the stuff”
  24. 24. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Design the Ultimate School of the Future Template Access: technology, knowledge, information, experts Devices & Tools: “the stuff” Delivery: how, what, when, where of learning
  25. 25. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Design the Ultimate School of the Future Template Access: to technology, knowledge, information, experts Devices & Tools: “the stuff” Delivery: how, what, when, where of learning Connecting: for learning – locally, nationally, globally
  26. 26. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Design the Ultimate School of the Future Template Access: to technology, knowledge, information, experts Devices & Tools: “the stuff” Delivery: how, what, when, where of learning Connecting: for learning – locally, nationally, globally Support: the infrastructure
  27. 27. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Design the Ultimate School of the Future Template Access: to technology, knowledge, information, experts Devices & Tools: “the stuff” Delivery: how, what, when, where of learning Connecting: for learning – locally, nationally, globally Support: the infrastructure Assessment: how to show what you know
  28. 28. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Design the Ultimate School of the Future (Student Panelists- NECC) Access • Use internet to full capacity – “When a student is failed for cheating – other students get the message” • Provide access to online databases and teach students how to use them • Computers – 24/7 student access to computers – One computer per student for the entire school year – replace pen and paper – do things electronically – Tablet pc or laptop can be used for note taking and other things
  29. 29. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Devices & Tools • Give laptops to everyone – Puts students on a level playing field – It’s easier to do school work with a laptop • Online text book – hard to access – registry process is difficult – Recommend registering by school Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Design the Ultimate School of the Future (Student Panelists- NECC)
  30. 30. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Devices & Tools • Cell phones – Why not have schools partner with cell phone service? • The service could prevent calls during the day – Text messaging is fast and easy • Students take notes using text messaging Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Design the Ultimate School of the Future (Student Panelists- NECC)
  31. 31. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Devices & Tools • Mp3 players – Colleges offer podcasts of professors lessons – why not have teachers podcast lesson so that students can listen • Email/IM – Teachers available via email is convenient – Kids ignore mass mailings from teachers & schools – Better managed emails – Access to IM allows students to easily work on group projects • You Tube – Provide educational version of You Tube Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Design the Ultimate School of the Future (Student Panelists- NECC)
  32. 32. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Devices & Tools • Role of Facebook/MySpace – Useful framework for college – may be moving to high school • Gaming technology – Available at elementary schools – High schools need to have more learning involved – Simulation could be interesting – Make them available and “unauthorized” usage will decrease – Virtual worlds are a meeting place Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Design the Ultimate School of the Future (Student Panelists- NECC)
  33. 33. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Delivery • Online classes – Driver’s ed online class – To assist with scheduling classes (e.g. ap zero period) • School websites – Could be better utilized – currently not always updated Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Design the Ultimate School of the Future (Student Panelists- NECC)
  34. 34. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Delivery • E-Books: Work with partner electronically sharing resources • Assignments: RSS feeds download student assignments • Interactive whiteboards: useful when notes are exported and uploaded to web site • PodCasts: to record lectures Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Design the Ultimate School of the Future (Student Panelists- NECC)
  35. 35. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Delivery • SMARTBOARD and computers: Use to draw diagrams • MySpace: Quick polling – provides the ability to talk to 200 200-300 people at once Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Design the Ultimate School of the Future (Student Panelists- NECC)
  36. 36. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Support • Provide after-school training in PowerPoint or Word (don’t slow down class) • Centrally controlled processes – Store software on server and back up regularly – IT staff should be available to students – School should have more than one IT person – Provide extra laptops to swap out when computers break – Provide maintenance for laptops – Give students access to infrastructure of computer to solve the problems Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Design the Ultimate School of the Future (Student Panelists- NECC)
  37. 37. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up 2006 data results “If you were designing a new school today for students just like you, what kinds of technology and access would be part of your ideal school?”
  38. 38. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up 2006 data results “If you were designing a new school today for students just like you, what kinds of technology and access would be part of your ideal school?” Students Kindergarten thru Grade 12 all say the same thing: A laptop for every student
  39. 39. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Other ideas (from students Gr 6-12): Use cell phones/MP3 players/Handhelds – 46% Time for students to use computers individually – 46% Use email/IM/blogs – 45% Digital moviemaking equipment – 45% Interactive whiteboards – 44% Time for students to work on group projects – 43% Online textbooks – 39% Online classes - 35% Lessons/assignments on my MP3 player – 34% Work on virtual projects globally – 30%
  40. 40. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Further analysis on that data:  By gender  By grade  By self assessment of tech skills  By home access to technology  By fluency with communications devices and tools  By familiarity with online learning Are there differences in how students imagine the ultimate school of the future?
  41. 41. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Further analysis on that data:  By gender  By grade  By self assessment of tech skills  By home access to technology  By fluency with communications devices and tools  By familiarity with online learning Bottom Line #1: All kids want laptops.
  42. 42. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Key findings from further data analysis  By gender  Girls are more interested than boys in:  Email, IM and blogs to be used by teachers, students and parents to communicate  Digital cameras, video equipment and a film studio
  43. 43. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Key findings from further data analysis  By grade  Some differentiation by grade level does exist.  Students in grades 6-9 have stronger interest in:  Cell phones, handhelds & MP3s for schoolwork  Students in grades 10-12 have stronger interest in:  Online textbooks  Online classes  Email/IM/blogs for communications  Time for individual work with technology
  44. 44. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Key findings from further data analysis  By self assessment of tech skills  Big differences between advanced tech users and beginner tech users  #1 desire for advanced tech users:  time to work with technology individually (55%)  only 28% of beginners interested in that feature  Beginners much less interested in using email/IM/blogs for communications (28% vs 53% of advanced users)  Less than ¼ of beginners are interested in online textbooks or online classes – over 42% of advanced users rate those as important
  45. 45. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Key findings from further data analysis  By home access to technology  Strongest views from students with broadband access at home  These students are less interested in laptops for home use but strongly interested in using email/IM/blogs for communications.  Priorities are the same for students with “no computer” and students with “no Internet access” and “dialup access.”  Laptops  Handhelds  Time for individualized work with technology
  46. 46. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Key findings from further data analysis  By fluency with communications devices and tools  Students who say “cell phones for texting” are their favorite communications tools are most interested in using handhelds for learning.  Students who say “IM” is their favorite communications tool are most interested in email/IM/blogs for learning.  Students who prefer “email,” that same response is #2.
  47. 47. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Key findings from further data analysis  By familiarity with online learning  Strongest interest in online learning:  Students who have taken an online class outside of school (42%)  Students who want to take an online class (47%)  Time to work with technology is a big issue for students who want to take an online class  Not an issue for students who have taken an online class through school.  Students who are not interested in taking an online class are still very interested in laptops, handhelds and film making equipment – just like the other kids!
  48. 48. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Key findings from the teacher data: • Impact of technology – “teaching & instructional support” • Time is still the #1 obstacle to using tech more in school (Not enough time for science either) • Online safety & privacy are top concerns for student tech use • Teachers embracing email as key tool for parent communications • Impact of professional development • Majority don’t believe schools are doing a good job preparing kids for 21st century
  49. 49. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 And what if teachers were designing a new school of the future . . . Top priorities for teachers 1. Interactive white boards 2. Wireless laptops for students to use at school 3. Ways to communicate with parents 4. Ways to use email, IM, blogs with students & parents 5. Digital cameras and video facilities and equipment
  50. 50. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up for Students, Teachers & Parents 2006 Key findings from the parent data: • Satisfaction with school technology? Mixed results. • Want school info “pushed” out via email • Online safety & privacy top concerns for student tech use • Support students having cell phones @ school • Value math & science for all students – Concerned about global job competition • Majority do not believe schools are doing good job preparing kids for 21st century
  51. 51. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Technology at my child’s school? What if you were on a tech committee, what would be a good investment to improve student achievement? 1. Computers in classrooms – 61% 2. Software to support academics – 60% 3. A useful school website – 60% 4. Advanced computer classes – 55% 5. Tools to help parents and teachers communicate – 51%
  52. 52. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Trends to watch Spectrum of digital native-ness New uses for communications devices and tools Connecting without boundaries – new friends Technology as tool – not fad or fun Inclusion of student, teacher & parent ideas into planning and investments
  53. 53. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Tapping into Students for Ed Tech Planning Use our Speak Up Ultimate School of the Future process Let us help you with that process – focus groups, consulting, data analysis Use our reports and data Participate in Speak Up 2007!
  54. 54. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up 2007 Open to all schools and districts to participate All schools/districts pre-registered – you just need to activate that registration Survey open October 1 – November 15 Aggregated quantitative data back to schools in Jan 2008 Public data release – Mar 2008
  55. 55. (c) Project Tomorrow 2007 Speak Up 2007 New themes and questions – give us your ideas! Surveys for K-12 students, teachers, parents and school leaders (new this year!) • Principals • Administrators • School Board Members Parent Survey in Spanish
  56. 56. Julie Evans Chief Executive Officer 949-609-4660 jevans@tomorrow.org Thank you for your participation today! If you can imagine it, you can create it. If you dream it, you can become it. Let’s work together to create Ultimate Schools for our 21st Century Learners.
  57. 57. Copyright Project Tomorrow 2007. This work is the intellectual property of the author. Permission is granted for this material to be shared for non-commercial, educational purposes, provided that this copyright statement appears on the reproduced materials and notice is given that the copying is by permission of the author. To disseminate otherwise or to republish requires written permission from the author.
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