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it vision meeting AICS Amsterdam October 2010

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  • Vier in Balans van belang voor goed gefundeerde implementatie van onderwijsvisie!Vergelijkbare onderlinge afhankelijkheid in ICT infrastructuur:Onderwijsvisie geeft aan welke processen in School ingericht moeten wordenApplicaties ondersteunen processen, b.v. ELO, LL volg, E-portfolio, etc.Digitaal Leermateriaal passend bij onderwijskeuzes (veelal beschikbaar op Internet)Apparaten/Devices t.b.v. gebruik van applicaties en toegang tot materiaalNetwerkinfrastructuur om met diverse apparaten bij applicaties en materiaal te kunnenEen raamwerk voor ICT infrastructuur in 3 lagen: Toepassingen (onderwijsvisie  applicaties en digitaal leermateriaal) Connectiviteit (netwerkinfrastructuur) Apparaten/Devices/Clientswaarmee je applicaties en materiaal kunt benaderenEenvoudige onderlinge afhankelijkheid helpt beslissen: Het begint altijd bij de applicatie die je wilt gebruiken Die wil je vanaf bepaalde plaatsen op bepaalde tijden benaderen Een plaats en tijd maakt een bepaald apparaat het meest geschikt De resulterende verzameling apparaten hebben connectiviteit nodig naar de applicaties en het materiaal
  • Samenwerkend, projectgebaseerd LerenEerste toepassingen betreffen vaak email, agenda, de praktische zakenDe échte toegevoegde waarde van online applicaties zit in samenwerking!Lichtvoetig, plaats- en tijdsonafhankelijk communicerenDelen van documenten en ander werkVersiebeheer, planning, etc.

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  • Designingour school
    IT vision meeting AICS Amsterdam
    October 2010
  • programme
    yourdream
    developments in IT learning
    designing the future
  • To be a community where learning is at the heart of everything we do
    Code of conduct
    We:
    develop meaningful and accessible approaches to team-teaching and -learning
    use and add to the experience of living in Amsterdam and The Netherlands
    enable staff and students to achieve their full potential
    display respect for ourselves, respect for people from all cultural and religious backgrounds, respect for the physical environment and respect for other’s property
    create a caring environment based on honesty, integrity, fairness, open-mindedness, punctuality and tolerance
  • 2. developments in it and learning
  • Whyictin education?
  • We must improvequality of learning
    Developtalents
    Improveproductivity
    We must excellthrough
    differentiation
  • Teachers want
    Flexibility
    Customizededucation
    Configurablematerials
    Variety
  • Four in Balance model
    Vision
  • Ictmakes teaching and learning
    More effective
    More efficient
    More interesting
  • vision
    Teachers need a vision with broad support within the school that was developed with teachers
    Knowledge transfer continues to be important Knowledge construction will become more important
    Teachers agree that the use of ICT applications will increase in the future.
  • Expertise
    Teachers are more likely to have the technical skills they need to operate a computer than the pedagogical skills necessary to teach using a computer
    More than 40% of teachers feel that they are inadequately equipped to use ICT confidently in their lessons
  • Learningmaterials
    Demand for useful, practical digital learning materials. Needs are not met
    A sixth of the learning materials used at primary and secondary schools are digital
    A combination of different measures is needed to resolve the present deadlock
  • Infrastructure
    Investments in broad band
    and interactive whiteboards
    1 to 4 computer ratio
    Laptops, laptops, laptops…
    Teachers think a 1 to 1 ratio is necessary
  • Conclusions
    Proven success rate largely ignored in schools
    Can we continue our permissive approach?
    Leadership is crucial
  • Technologydriven
    Outlook driven
  • Strategy and leadership
    Currentsituation
    • support for the earlyadopters
    • projects are notembedded
    • noactivity to stimulatelaggards
  • Yourfourin Balance model
    Vision
  • Options in vision
  • New concepts
  • quality
    registration
    learningmaterials
    techology
    it-skills
  • Options in learningmaterials
  • elo
    Collections of resource materials, components, lessons, etc
  • Controlgroups
    filter A:
    Selectionby teacher
    filter B:
    Selectionbypeers
  • What do youexpect of yourteachers?
  • adaptive
    (closed content)
    multimedia
    (open content)
    interactive
    (openand closedcontent)
    High addedvalue
    Professional developers
    low added
    value
    Teachers and
    schools
  • Options in infrastructure
  • ICT infra-structure:
    3 layers
  • Anyplace, Anytime withAnything…
  • Applications?
  • collaborative, project basedlearning
  • Options in teacher development
  • creativekidsusetechnology, but…
  • Teachers have computer skills, but..
    Shouldlearnhow to applyictpedagogics in theirsubjects
    Shouldlearnhow to maketheirstudentsliteratewithict
  • Tpack - wet Bio
  • 39
    Wikitude
    Layar
    Augmented reality
  • 3d printing
  • Ifthere’s stuff ongoogle, why stuff it in yourhead?
  • 3designingthefuture
  • Design plan
  • Process sheet
    Dream2020
    4 in balance scores
    pedagogics
    vision
    expertise
    transer of knowledge
    Construction of knowledge
    materials
    all primarysources
    all methods
    infra
    leadership
    multi media
    adaptive
    Designing the future
    What do we have?
    What do we need?
    Where do we start?