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Hope University, Wednesday, 18 November 2009

Hope University, Wednesday, 18 November 2009

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  • Fte= full time equivalent
  • Kennisnet is the foremost knowledge centre regarding information and communication technologies (ICT) and education in the Netherlands. Kennisnet’s mission is to support schools and educational facilities with independent services regarding the effective and safe use of ICT, thus improving the quality of teaching and learning. In this regard we provide high quality services which are flexible and respond to the needs of education
  • Why is education so resistant to change? Over the next decade will it undergo as radical a transformation as the music industry? If so, it will have to face some of the same issues, such as preserving copyright and maintaining quality, and also some unique ones such as assessing learning in the field and bridging the gap between formal and non-formal education. We urgently need to address these issues if learning is to meet the challenges and opportunities of the mobile age.
  • The Global Competitiveness Report The GCN's flagship publication is The Global Competitiveness Report  (GCR). It is the most comprehensive and authoritative assessment of the comparative strengths and weaknesses of national economies, used by governments, academics and business leaders. The GCR was first published in 1979 and its coverage has expanded each year since, now extending to 134 major and emerging economies. Further expansion of coverage is planned. KIA - Kennisinvesteringsagenda Nederland in de wereld – ambitie van het innovatieplatform
  • Bron: Pisa – OECD programme for international student assessment
  • De wereld globaliseert, alles staat met elkaar in verbinding Internationaal georienteerde kenniswerker is belangrijk in de regio, landelijk en voor onze positie in de wereld De Kennisinvesteringsagenda (KIA) is een langetermijnagenda en berust op de drie pijlers van de kennissamenleving; een zo goed mogelijk opgeleide beroepsbevolking, versterking en betere benutting van onze kennisbasis en versterking van het innovatief vermogen en ondernemerschap. Het gaat om het versterken van de hele kennisketen: van voorschoolse educatie en een leven lang leren tot excellent wetenschappelijk onderzoek en innovatief ondernemerschap. Nederland ligt niet op koers met het realiseren van de Kennisinvesteringsagenda om in 2016 een toonaangevend kennisland te worden en hét land van talenten te zijn.
  • Kennis is niet langer gestolde kennis – grote gevolgen, kansen en gevaren Ongelofelijk waar je nu allemaal bij kunt
  • Sociale netwerken worden erg belangrijk
  • Know how – competences Market adopts standards
  • Agregate levels of learning materials 1. Fragments of information 2. Item 3. modules – assignment 4. Course outline (unit in usa) Curriculum development (leerlijn) Lesson plan
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    • 1. E-learning, breakthrough in The Netherlands? Frans Schouwenburg Sector manager primary and secondary education
    • 2. Organisation Kennisnet
      • Mission is to support schools and educational facilities with independent services regarding the effective and safe use of ICT, thus improving the quality of teaching and learning
      • 130 employees
      • Budget: 35-40 million Euro
      • Funded by the Ministry of Education
    • 3. Focus 2009-2011
      • Professional development of teachers and management
      • School as a flexible organisation
      • Availability of digital learning materials
      e-learning in the netherlands
    • 4. Mass approach
    • 5. Student centered
    • 6. Then why don’t we?
    • 7. 1908 1958 2008
    • 8. National ambitions are not met The Global Competitiveness Report W.E.F.
    • 9. Graduates from secondary education Bron: Pisa – OECD programme for international student assessment e-learning in the netherlands
    • 10.  
    • 11. e-learning in the netherlands
    • 12. e-learning in the netherlands
    • 13. Teachers want
      • Flexibility
      • Customized education
      • Configurable materials
      • Variety
      • Quality
    • 14. The shift textbook centered module centered
    • 15. Shaping an open landscape top down bottum up Co-operative production materials Dutch education core set More schools collaborate Free school books (Bill 2008) Innovation programme adopted by Sector org. Open source, - standards adopted Wikiwijs Communities of practice
    • 16. EduRep harvester Hier komt de titel van de presentatie 27 januari 2007
    • 17.  
    • 18. 150,000 community members
    • 19.  
    • 20. Set of agreements
    • 21. e-learning in the netherlands
    • 22.  
    • 23. Open education resources e-learning in the netherlands
    • 24. users user services enablers sources e-learning in the netherlands
    • 25. Enablers
      • Technology
            • Connectivity
            • Platforms
            • harvesters
      • Agreements
            • Educational standards
            • Open licences
            • Deals with producers
      • Collaboration
            • Schools/boards
            • Communities of practice
      • Laws and policies
            • Free books
            • Open policy
            • Stimulation
      • Urgency
            • Labour market
            • National ambition
            • Ageing
    • 26. The train is moving
    • 27. More information: presentation available on:
    • 28. Aggregate levels of learning materials
      • Level 1 Fragment of information
      • Level 2 Learning object
      • Level 3 Unit (with assessment)
      • Level 4 Course/ curriculum