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  • 1. Between Push & Pull
    Sharing Dutch experiences on education policies and ICT
  • 2. Pinar Coskun
    Senior Policy advisor Strategy & Innovation
    International Affairs
    Sociologist of education
    p.coskun@kennisnet.nl
    www.softconference.com/cosn
  • 3. The Netherlands
    16,5 million inhabitants
    12 % immigrants
    41,526 km2
    Highly urbanized and dense
    Constitutional Monarchy
  • 4. Our educational system
    Autonomy of schools
    Support organizations
    Sector organizations
    30 % public schools
    National financing
    Municipal financing
  • 5. Expenses
    Expences: 32 billion
  • 6. Per participant
  • 7. Internationally
  • 8. Our educational governance& ICT
    Ministry of Education
    Policy frameworks and finance
    Schools and sector organizations
    Ict products and services
    Governing responsibility
    Consumer interests
    Kennisnet
  • 9. ICT policy in the Netherlands
    Responsibility of the schools
    Support organizations
    Cross sectoral initiatives
    Cross departmental initiatives
    Cross national initiatives
  • 10. ICT Expenses of the ministry
    € 30 million
    for Support organizations
    € 9 million
    for innovative projects
    € 80
    per pupil for schools
  • 11. Organization Kennisnet
    Our mission is:
    “to support and inspire schools and educational facilities with independent services regarding the effective use of ICT”
    • 130 fte
    • 12. Budget: 35-40 million Euro (22 million structural) annual
    • 13. Founded by the Ministry of Education in 2001
  • What do we do to serve Dutch education?
    Expertise
    Services
    Innovations
  • 14. Expertise: State of ict in education
  • 15. Four in Balance model
    Vision
  • 16. Use of ICT
  • 17. What is ICT used for?
  • 18. Pupil computer-ratio
  • 19. Use of online learning materials
  • 20. Priorities teachers
  • 21. Priorities managers
  • 22. Expertise: Other research
    Digital picture book speeds up language development
    Digital picture book speeds up language development
  • 23. Services: Portals
  • 24. Services: Standardized Data
  • 25. Services: (Online) communities
    More than 180,000 members
    All based on sharing experiences
    Huge learning materials database
  • 26. Special Services
  • 27. Innovationphase
    Feasibility studies
    and
    Pilots
    Service Development
    Variety in
    learning/teaching
    Boundless Education
    (time/location independent)
    Facilitating optimal conditions
    Technology Scouting
    Promote Implemen
    tation
    and
    Use of Services
    Usability
    Scouting
    Knowledge Sharing
    Ambassadors Network
    Building blocks, Interoperability and Open
    Innovation
    Theme’s
  • 28. Lessons learned
    Balance between Pull & Push policies
    Push: ICT infrastructure
    Pull: Space for innovations –
    multiple initiatives
    No central censorship
    Push: Wise use of internet
    Pull: Schools decide