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“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
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“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
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“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
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“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
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“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
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“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
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“Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning”
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  • 1. Using Technology to Promote Student Success: The New Student Vision for 21st Century Digital Learning Speak Up 2011 National Findings Julie Evans, Project Tomorrow CEO March 22, 2012
  • 2. Tonight’s Discussion: The Big Questions What are the expectations of K-12 students for digital learning? How does that student vision compare with the teachers’ & administrators’ reality? What is the unique parent perspective on digital learning? How well are today’s K-12 schools meeting the expectations of students? What are the emerging trends in learning that we all should be watching?
  • 3. About Project Tomorrow National education nonprofit organization Focus on improving K12 science, math and technology education – workforce skill development Research, Program Evaluation, School and Community Programs Speak Up National Research Project YouthTEACH2Learn Innovation Awards CA Future Educators Association Program evaluation in mobile learning, digital content, professional development, STEM career exploration and 21st century skill development
  • 4. Discussion Agenda: About the Speak Up Project The Student Vision for Digital Learning Educators’ Realities, Parents’ Perspectives Trends to Watch Speak Up 2011 Findings: Nat’l, CA & San Diego Cty Views of K-12 Students, Teachers, Parents and Administrators
  • 5. Speak Up National Research Project Annual national research project Online surveys + focus groups Open for all K-12 schools and schools of education Institutions receive free report with their own data Collect ideas ↔ Stimulate conversations K-12 Students, Teachers, Parents, Administrators Pre-Service Teachers in Schools of Education Inform policies & programs Analysis and reporting of findings and trends Consulting services to help transform teaching and learning + 2.6 million surveys since 2003
  • 6. Speak Up survey question themes Learning & Teaching with Technology 21st Century Skills: Digital Citizenship Science and Math Instruction Career Interests in STEM and Teaching Professional Development / Teacher Preparation Internet Safety Administrators’ Challenges Emerging Technologies in the Classroom Mobile Devices, Online Learning, Digital Content, E-textbooks Educational Games, Web 2.0 tools and applications Designing the 21st Century School
  • 7. National, California and San Diego CountySpeak Up 2011 Participation National California San Diego County Students 330,117 41,736 10,738 Teachers 38,502 4,122 1,335 Administrators 4,133 555 174 Parents 44,006 8,515 2,513
  • 8. What can the Speak Up findings tell us about the future of learning?
  • 9. Speak Up National Research ProjectKey Findings: Speak Up 2003 – 2011 Students function as a “Digital Advance Team” Students regularly adopt and adapt emerging technologies for learning Students’ frustrations focus on the unsophisticated use of technologies within education Persistent digital disconnect between students and adults Exacerbation of lack of relevancy in current education
  • 10. Let’s set some context . . . .
  • 11. Administrators’ RealitiesWhat has the greatest potential to enhance studentachievement? School Site District Level Enhancing teacher 59% 59% effectiveness 21st century skills 49% 55% integration Leveraging technology 38% 52% Common Core 39% 34% Standards Engaging parents as co- 37% 31% teachers
  • 12. Administrators’ RealitiesWhat challenges are “waking you up” in the middle ofthe night?” Adequate funding Achievement on test scores Closing the achievement gap Staff morale and motivation Student behavior School safety Using data to assess student achievement Use of technology within instruction
  • 13. Administrators’ RealitiesImpact of recent fiscal crisis on budgets
  • 14. Administrators’ RealitiesImpact of recent fiscal crisis on budgets What tech solutions are you considering to help with your budget situation? 1. Digital textbooks 43% 2. Tablets instead of laptops for students 39% 3. Online PD 37% 4. Cloud computing solutions 35% 5. Online classes for students 30% 6. Allowing student use of personal devices 27%
  • 15. Administrators’ RealitiesPersonal use of emerging technology = higher valueproposition for classroom use
  • 16. San Diego Parents Concerns about your child’s school: 1. Classes are too big (56%) 2. Too much emphasis on tests (28%) Concerns about your child’s future: 1. Is my child learning the right skills to be successful? (72%) 2. Will my child be able to afford a home here? (42%) 3. Will my child be competing for good jobs with better educated global workers? (40%) 4. Will my child get into a good college? (35%)
  • 17. Importance of effective use of technologywithin instruction
  • 18. Warm UpInteractive Exercise
  • 19. ASTUDENT’S LIFE
  • 20. In my life, I …….. Play games on handheld devices (57%) Take tests online for school (40%) Have a cell phone or smartphone (40%) Read books on my mobile device (53%)Want more internet access at school (50%) and want to take an online class (40%)
  • 21. Who is . . . . . ?1. 1st Grade Boy2. 3rd Grade Girl3. 6th Grade Boy4. 9th Grade Girl5. 12th Grade Boy
  • 22. Who is a 3rd Grade Girl? (from a rural community)
  • 23. In my life, I …….. Play games on handheld devices (57%) Take tests online for school (40%) Have a cell phone or smartphone (40%) Read books on my mobile device (53%)Want more internet access at school (50%) and want to take an online class (40%)
  • 24. Emerging from the Speak Up research: A new uniquely “student vision” for leveraging emerging technologies to drive achievement and educational productivity
  • 25. Emerging from the Speak Up research: A new uniquely “student vision” for leveraging emerging technologies to drive achievement and educational productivity This student vision for “technology enabled learning” mirrors how students want to learn in general
  • 26. The New Student Vision for Learning Social–based learning Un–tethered learning Digitally–rich learning
  • 27. The New Student Vision for LearningThree Essential Elements Social–based learning Students want to leverage emerging communications and collaboration tools to create personal learning networks of experts
  • 28. The New Student Vision for LearningThree Essential Elements Un-tethered learning Students envision technology-enabled learning that transcends classroom walls
  • 29. The New Student Vision for LearningThree Essential Elements Digitally-rich learning Students see the use of relevancy-based digital tools, content and resources as key to education productivity
  • 30. The New 3 E’s of Education:Enabled, Engaged, Empowered Key Trends: Mobile Learning Online Learning Digital Content
  • 31. The New 3 E’s of Education:Enabled, Engaged, EmpoweredKey Trends: Mobile Learning
  • 32. Students and their devices San Diego County: Personal Access to Mobile DevicesDevice K-2 Gr 3-5 Gr 6-8 Gr 9-12Cell phone (without internet 15% 23% 50% 53% access)Smart phone 12% 17% 35% 48%Digital reader 6% 9% 17% 13%MP3 23% 47% 76% 86%Tablet device 23% 21% 29% 23%
  • 33. Obstacles to using tech @ school? 52% of students Gr 6-12 say “not being able to use my mobile device” is a major obstacle
  • 34. Obstacles to using tech @ school? 52% of students Gr 6-8 say “not being able to use my mobile device” is a major obstacle Solutions? “Let me use my own device” – 54% OR “Provide me with device I can use @school – 34%
  • 35. Obstacles to using tech @ school? 52% of students Gr 6-8 say “not being able to use my mobile device” is a major obstacle Solutions? “Let me use my own device” – 54% OR “Provide me with device I can use @school – 34% Either way: I need more outlets for re-charging (29%)!
  • 36. Students and mobile learningHow would you use a mobile device to help youwith schoolwork? A. Increase effectiveness of school: Check grades 82% Take notes for class 67% Access online textbooks 64% Write papers and do homework 58% Use the calendar 48% Learn about school activities 47%
  • 37. Students and mobile learningHow would you use a mobile device to help youwith schoolwork? B. Leverage capabilities to increase personalization of learning process: Anytime, anywhere research 73% Receive reminders & alerts 64% Collaborate with peers & teachers 59% Organize schoolwork assignments 51% Access school network from home 49%
  • 38. School principals’ point of view on mobile learningHow likely are you this year to allow students to use their own mobile devices for instructional purposes at school?
  • 39. School principals’ point of view on mobile learning
  • 40. “What is holding you back?”Top challenges: Concerns about theft of devices Concerns about network security Digital equity issues Teachers are not trained Devices could be a distraction
  • 41. Mobile learning visionsParents offer a solution to the digital equity challengeIf your child’s school allowed for the use of mobiledevices for educational purposes, how likely is itthat you would purchase one for your child?
  • 42. If your child’s school allowed for the use of mobile devicesfor educational purposes, how likely is it that you wouldpurchase one for your child?
  • 43. Students and mobile learningLet’s talk about home access Students Self Reporting on Home Internet Access Broadband access Gr 6-8 Mobile device access Gr 9-12 School provided device 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80%
  • 44. The New 3 E’s of Education:Enabled, Engaged, EmpoweredKey Trends: Online Learning
  • 45. Who is learning online? Types of online learning Students: Students: experiences Gr 6-8 Gr 9-12 100% online school 7% 5% Online self study class 10% 16% Teacher led online class 7% 9% Online class for personal 9% 10% interests
  • 46. San Diego students and parents are interested inonline learning If you have not taken an online class, would you like to? Yes! Students in Grades 3-5 20% Students in Grades 6-8 46% Students in Grades 9-12 45% What would you recommend as a good investment to enhance student achievement? 1/3 of parents say “online classes”
  • 47. ASTUDENT’S LIFE
  • 48. ASTUDENT’S LIFE
  • 49. San Diego students are mostinterested in taking an online class in this subject
  • 50. What is . . . . . ?1. English – Language Arts2. Science3. Math4. History – Social Studies5. Foreign Language
  • 51. What is . . . . . A tie!1. English – Language Arts2. Science3. Math4. History – Social Studies 43% - Gr 6-8 Students5. Foreign Language 32% - Gr 9-12 Students
  • 52. Why take an online class? For high school students, traditional reasons: scheduling and college credit. For middle school students, it’s about changing the learning paradigm.
  • 53. Why take an online class?For high school students, traditional reasons: scheduling andcollege credit.For middle school students, it’s about changing the learningparadigm. Get extra help in a tough subject More comfortable asking questions In control of my own learning More motivated to learn Work at my own pace Review class materials whenever I want Share ideas with my classmates
  • 54. Administrators’ Realities Online learning snapshot: 46% of CA administrators have taken an online class for PD 23% have taken a blended online class for PD 52% say greatest benefit to students is academic remediation 34% value online classes in their ultimate school vision
  • 55. Administrators’ Realities Most significant barriers however to expanding online learning for students: 1. Concern about quality of student-teacher interaction 2. Lack of infrastructure to support online learning 3. How to evaluate quality of courses 4. How to create rigorous classes 5. Finding teachers to teach online classes
  • 56. The New 3 E’s of Education:Enabled, Engaged, EmpoweredKey Trends: Digital Content
  • 57. Inside today’s classroom How San Diego County Students are Using Digital Content for Schoolwork Create presentations and media Play educational games Conduct virtual experiments/simulations Use e-textbooks Access realtime data/databases Listen to podcasts 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% Gr 9-12 Gr 6-8 Gr 3-5
  • 58. Inside today’s classroom How Students are Using Digital Content for SchoolworkCreate presentations and media Play educational games Conduct virtualexperiments/simulations Use e-textbooks Gr 9-12 Access realtime data/databases Gr 6-8 Gr 3-5 Listen to podcasts 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% Gr 6-8: Increase of 41% in use of e-textbooks from 2010 to 2011
  • 59. Administrators’ Realities Most significant barriers however to integrating digital content into curriculum 1. Providing enough technology to support the use 2. Balancing time issues 3. Teachers are not trained in how to use effectively 4. How to evaluate the quality of the content 5. Locating affordable content aligned to our curriculum
  • 60. What is most important when evaluating quality ofdigital content? Administrators say: Student achievement (57%) Teacher evaluation (49%) Created by teachers (33%) Certified by ed org (32%) Content expertise (32% Conference demo (28%) Content is free (27%)
  • 61. What is most important when evaluating quality ofdigital content? Administrators say: Teachers say: Student achievement (57%) Created by teachers (55%) Teacher evaluation (49%) Content is free (53%) Created by teachers (33%) Colleague referral (50%) Certified by ed org (32%) Teacher evaluation (42%) Content expertise (32%) Student achievement (38%) Conference demo (28%) Certified by ed org (37%) Content is free (27%) Content expertise (29%)
  • 62. What is most important when evaluating quality ofdigital content?Administrators say: Teachers say:Student achievement (57%) Created by teachers (55%)Teacher evaluation (49%) Content is free (53%)Created by teachers (33%) Colleague referral (50%)Certified by ed org (32%) Teacher evaluation (42%)Content expertise (32%) Student achievement(38%)Conference demo (28%) Certified by ed org (37%)Content is free (27%) Content expertise (29%)
  • 63. ASTUDENT’S LIFE
  • 64. #1 way toimprove math class
  • 65. What is . . . . . ?1. Having a teacher who is excited about math2. Using an online textbook3. Solving real world problems4. Collaborating with classmates5. Using a mobile device in class
  • 66. What is collaboratingwith classmates on solving problems?
  • 67. Your middle school students’ “speak up” aboutthe ultimate math class Collaborate with classmates on problem solving 50% Ability to text my teacher with questions 42% I have a connection with my teacher 38% My teacher is excited about math 37% Solving real world problems 32% Ability to use mobile devices to video problems 32% Access to online tutors 30% Access to online textbooks 31% Take an online math class 27%
  • 68. The New Student Vision for Learning Social–based learning Un–tethered learning Digitally–rich learning
  • 69. The use of technology in schools today Do you agree with this statement? “My school is doing a good job of using technology to enhance learning and student achievement.”
  • 70. “My school is doing a good job of usingtechnology to enhance learning and studentachievement.” Yes! • 74% of high school teachers • 72% of high school principals • 62% of parents of high school aged children
  • 71. “My school is doing a good job of usingtechnology to enhance learning and studentachievement.” Yes! • 74% of high school teachers • 72% of high school principals • 62% of parents of high school aged children But only 44% of San Diego County high school students agree!
  • 72. Imagine you are designing the ultimate school for today’s students, what technologies would have the greatest impact on learning?
  • 73. Imagine you are designing the ultimate school for today’s students, what technologies would have the greatest impact on learning? Creating a shared vision?
  • 74. Designing the Ultimate School:Do we have a shared vision?
  • 75. Tonight’s Discussion: The Big Questions What are the expectations of K-12 students for digital learning? How does that student vision compare with the teachers’ & administrators’ reality? What is the unique parent perspective on digital learning? How well are today’s K-12 schools meeting the expectations of students? What are the emerging trends in learning that we all should be watching?
  • 76. What is the bottom line?Today’s K-12 students want learning that is: Enabled Engaging Empowered
  • 77. Key trends we are watching: Continuing “digital disconnects” Spectrum of digital native-ness 24/7 access redefined Inadequacy of the 1-to-1 paradigm Everyone needs a personal learning network Responsible use vs. acceptable use Blurring of informal & formal learning lines
  • 78. Key trends we are watching: Collaborations driving 21st century skills Game-ification momentum – learning as process Students as content producers Changing ideals for assessment It’s really all about productivity! Maximizing personalized learning Emergence of Free Agent Learners!
  • 79. The era of the technology-enabled Free Agent Learner
  • 80. Key Characteristics: – Self directed learning – Un-tethered to traditional education – Expert at personal data aggregation – Power of connections – Creating new networks of experts – Experiential learning is key – make it real – Develops content as a learning experience – Process as important as knowledge gained
  • 81. Sample activities Searches online for self-directed learning Finds podcasts/videos to learn about something Uses mobile apps to self organize Taps into Facebook for schoolwork help Takes online tests or assessments on their own Uses online writing tools to improve writing skills
  • 82. Sample activities Searches online for self-directed learning Finds podcasts/videos to learn about something Uses mobile apps to self organize Taps into Facebook for schoolwork help Takes online tests or assessments on their own Uses online writing tools to improve writing skills
  • 83. Say hello to theFree Agent Learner: a typical middle school student
  • 84. More Speak Up? www.tomorrow.org National Speak Up Findings and reports Speak Up 2011 data: national release Apr 24 Presentations, podcasts and webinars Evaluation services & reports Speak Up 2012!
  • 85. Special Announcement Speak Up for America’s Future Teachers Special online surveys to collect and report on the views of the next generation of K-12 teachers on the role of technology within teaching and learning. March 12 – May 11 Sign up to receive information and alerts www.tomorrow.org
  • 86. Thank you. Let’s continue this conversation. Julie Evans Project Tomorrow jevans@tomorrow.org 949-609-4660 x15 Twitter: JulieEvans_PT Copyright Project Tomorrow 2011.This work is the intellectual property of the author. Permission is grantedfor 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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