Quality in education with ICT

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Presentation for Thailand Education Deans Council (TEDC) 17 November 2011

Presentation for Thailand Education Deans Council (TEDC) 17 November 2011

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  • 1. Quality in education with ictThailand Education Deans Council (TEDC) Frans Schouwenburg Kennisnet November 2011
  • 2. Education in The Netherlands  Primary Education 6900 schools 1.600.000 pupils 135.000 teachers  Secondary Education 647 schools; 70% special (religious) 900.000 pupils 64.000 teachers  Vocational Education: 73 educational institutions; 3% special (religious) 573.000 students 37.000 teachers 2
  • 3. Kennisnet The Netherlands aim to be among the top five knowledge economies of the world. ICT is a critical factor for meeting this challenge. Kennisnet is the public educational organisation which supports and inspires Dutch primary, secondary and vocational institutions in the effective use of ICT 3
  • 4. Kennisnet – some facts• Founded in 2001: 120 FTE• Funded by Ministry of Education• Basic funding EURO 18 million
  • 5. Partners Samenwerken Ve n r on va ve rb b ru d e en s e rw pe an in o ict de ikba rwij ijs rti v on re len n en re e en d e ex er ba ke ve xp ict ov ruik wik rs ert b nt pr s O ei ise de n Expertise en de s d ing u n de O n c o d er en on wij ien rs ie td mb wi ek in js te tie er rz on ke at en sa ond voo Synergie n ies ic va ga et an n van or n h n v ni va ere eu ni w h t e Be services Voorzieningen innovation Innovatie Sa n ke me er nw nwPa s er me er ke rtn Sa rtn n er Pa s Realiseren en beheren Tonen van de potentie van van standaarden en nieuwe combinaties generieke voorzieningen van onderwijs en ict
  • 6. Products and services for schools Research, practical guides Co-ordination standards and agreements Networks for professional development Portals and platforms, public services
  • 7. Four in Balance 7
  • 8. Entree Federation: authentication, authorization
  • 9. 180,000 community members 12
  • 10. Design sessions challengeWhat do we What do What do Choices Plan want we know we have design try 13
  • 11. Probable scenarios
  • 12. Status quo Re-schooling De-schoolingGovernment prescribes Government Government takesthe ‘what’ less prescribing in limited role in ‘what’ allocating public fundsSchool decides of the Schools focus on Modular education,‘how’ qualification and filling business comunity , demands of community student is customer with many optionsTeacher as director of Teacher makes Student portfoliothe learning process demands Teacher/coach Student plots his learning track
  • 13. Our role… innovation expertise facilities kennisnet
  • 14. Why ict in education? To function in a knowledge society rich with media Ict in future professions Improve quality and productivity of education
  • 15. Ict makes teaching and learning• More effective• More efficient• More interesting Only if…..
  • 16. Four in Balance 2 1
  • 17. Vision Teachers want a vision with broad support within the school that was developed with teachers 74% of teachers feel any co-ordination between the planning and implementation of ict is lacking Knowledge transfer is leading education style Growth in knowledge construction expected
  • 18. Expertise Teachers: operating skills: yes pedagogical skills: no 40% of teachers feel that they are inadequately equipped to use ICT confidently in their lessons
  • 19. Learning materials Teachers use tools primarily 25% of all learning material is digital Considerable increase is expected 30% occasionally develop their own digital learning materials. 10% more than two years ago. 50% expect to develop their own materials soon.
  • 20. Infrastructure Ratio computers to pupils 1:5 Interactive whiteboards: Primary education 50% of classrooms equipped in secondary education ratio is 1:6 and in vocational education 1:11 Wireless Internet and optical fiber connections standard at secondary schools and in vocational sector
  • 21. Recommendations 2011 Adapt support to aim Use leadership to involve followers Formalize professional use Integrate teacher, pupil, and subject matter in a digital learning environment Know what works
  • 22. Outlook driven Technology driven
  • 23. Teacher task based Blended learning self organised driven, frontal Projects (40-60) Inquiry based (60-40) learning instruction vb gebaseerd op leerlingen zoeken zelfdocent volgt methode activering leerling via leerlingen krijgen via leerstijl, invulling en zijn met uitstapjes. (vakoverstijgende) elo rijke opdrachten samenwerkingsvorm, leidend bij Via toetsing projecten profiel, kennisniveau scholingsvraag opdrachtbronnen rijke schakering van school voorziet inwikiwijs voor variatie bronnen vooral naast nodig leermateriaal, toegang tot bronnen methodes, wikiwijs, opdrachtproductie (ondezoeks- en expertise van )opdrachten, etc. docenten leerlingvolgsysteem, digibord voor leerlingvolgsysteem, school voorziet in school voorziet in elo, portfolio’s dragenillustratie bij instructie elo rijke leeromgeving rijke leeromgeving systeem computers voor computers voor laptopklassen laptopgroepen bring your own device naslag naslag, multi-media multimedia plus multi media volgsystemen volgsystemen thuiscomputer met thuiscomputer met laptop en andere laptop en andere laptop en andere contact elo contact elo devices devices devices
  • 24. developments
  • 25. quality registrationlearning materials techology it-skills
  • 26. Options in learning materials
  • 27. Internet re-organizes the chain…. 32
  • 28. 33
  • 29. Collections of resourcematerials, components, lessons, etc
  • 30. Options in infrastructure
  • 31. Options in leadership
  • 32. Options inteacherdevelopment
  • 33. Tpack - wet Bio
  • 34. 4Model for avision meeting
  • 35. Design planOur dream (flash presentation) Learning behaviour Role teacher SchoolWhat do we have StrengthsWhat do we need To fullfill our dream Think of: teacher development, infra structure, learning materials and conceptsQuick wins Where can we start right now? What other priorities do we see?
  • 36. Process sheet Dream 2020 4 in balance scores pedagogics vision expertise transer of Construction of knowledge knowledge materials all primary all methods sources infra leadership multi media adaptive Designing the futureWhat do we have?What do we need?Where do we start?
  • 37. Thank you!Presentation:www.slideshare.net/allfrans