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Presentation from technologist and educational reformer Dr. Bob Kozma about the implications for school design in the 21st century.

Presentation from technologist and educational reformer Dr. Bob Kozma about the implications for school design in the 21st century.

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    • 21st Century Trends Require 21st Century Schools
      Implications for Designing New Schools
      Dr. Robert Kozma | November 2009 | New York
      Cisco-NYC21C Webinar
    • 21st Century Trends: Economic
      From national to global economies
      From manufacturing to knowledge creation
      From hierarchical to flat organizations
      From face-to-face to virtual
    • 21st Century Trends: Information
      Exponential growth in information
      New ways of handling information
      New forms of information
      ICT, EDUCATION REFORM, AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DR. ROBERT KOZMA
    • 21st Century Trends: Social
      Growing diversity
      Multiple careers
      Changing lifestyles
      Aging
    • 21st Century Trends: Major Challenges
      Climate change
      Environmental degradation
      Persistent poverty
      Energy needs
    • 21st Century Trends: Technological
      Pervasive use of technology and networks
      Search for information
      eCommerce
      Entertainment
      Social networking
      Create and share content
    • 20th Century Schools
      Teacher lectures
      Students study independently
      Curriculum tied to disciplines
      Schools structured around closed classes and physical spaces
      Closed-book exams that test for recall and application of simple procedures
      Technology used as a supplement
    • What kind of schools are needed for C 21?
      What kinds of changes must take place in the education?
      What skills must students acquire?
      How must schools change?
      ICT, EDUCATION REFORM, AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT DR. ROBERT KOZMA
    • From 20th to 21st Century Schools: Policy Goals
      20th Century Schools
      21st Century Schools
      Prepare students for a manufacturing economy
      Prepare students for knowledge-driven economy
      Students who can succeed in a highly standardized hierarchical society
      Students who are creative, flexible lifelong learners
    • From 20th to 21st Century Schools: Curriculum and Assessment
      20th Century Schools
      21st Century Schools
      Students learn facts and standardized procedures
      Students acquire deep understanding and create new knowledge to solve real world problems
      Students assessed on standardized test
      Assessed with complex real world problems by a community of users
    • From 20th to 21st Century Schools: Teaching and Learning
      20th Century Schools
      21st Century Schools
      Teachers as content experts who use direct instruction to deliver content knowledge
      Teachers as guides, innovators, and model learners
      Students do individual seat work
      Students as lifelong learners who work in collaborative teams to build on each other’s knowledge and solve complex, real world problems
    • From 20th to 21st Century Schools: Social Infrastructure
      20th Century Schools
      21st Century Schools
      Focus on social hierarchy and accountability
      Collaborative teaching and learning, breaking disciplinary and physical boundaries
      Highly structured situations with little teacher or student autonomy
      Self-sustaining knowledge communities and anytime any where lifelong learning
    • From 20th to 21st Century Schools: Technology Applications
      20th Century Schools
      21st Century Schools
      Productivity applications, ICT skill development, and tutorial software
      Simulations andmultimedia to support understanding; social networks, Wikis and blogs to support knowledge-building
      Computer labs and classrooms; networks for management
      Computers and digital devices everywhere; networks for community
    • Educational Transformation
      What kind of change needs to take place to build 21st Century schools?
      Systemic Change
      What role can ICT play?
      A Lever for Change
      ICT alone will not work
    • Implications for Education Change
      Have a vision
      Create a plan
      Build alignment
      Between policies and programs
      Within departments and programs
      Across departments and programs
      Look for levers for change
      Provide resources
      Equipment
      Training
      Materials
      Team with partners