Trends in education management


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Trends in education management

  1. 1. Trends inEducation Management Debasis Das
  2. 2. Complexity of the Management Problem• WE ARE IN THE MIDDLE OF A CHANGING AND FLUID SITUATION• The ecosystem is very diverse & complex Debasis Das 2
  3. 3. Gutenberg Cycle Revision of Syllabus Textbook production-about 3 years!Syllabus Revised Textbooks textbook Revision time-1.5 to 2 years Changes reach students Things were quite static! Debasis Das 3
  4. 4. Internet & Wi-Fi• Internet and Wi-Fi has changed all that• Knowledge can now be delivered anywhere and any time!• IITs are delivering Masters level engineering courses through a mix of brick & mortar as well as virtual class rooms Debasis Das 4
  5. 5. Blogs 1Debasis Das 5
  6. 6. Blogs 2Debasis Das 6
  7. 7. SlideshareDebasis Das 7
  8. 8. Cloud 1Debasis Das 8
  9. 9. Cloud 2Debasis Das 9
  10. 10. Lecture Capture• Video record the classroom lecture• Make it available on the institution site• Students download at anytime, anywhere in the campus• Review it as many times as they need to• Can be the basis of a flipped classroom Debasis Das 10
  11. 11. Quick Classroom Setup Classroom LAN or Wi-fi Teacher’s laptop With a wireless router Student machines Debasis Das 11
  12. 12. Video Conferencing Instructor location Internet cloud Debasis Das 12
  13. 13. BYOD• iPhone• iPad• Smartphones• Tablets• eReaders• Ultrabooks Debasis Das 13
  14. 14. Flipped Classroom• Do homework in class (flip)• Let students review lectures at home• Spend class time in solving problems• Sorting out questions they have• Teacher is an interactive problem solver. Debasis Das 14
  15. 15. MOOC• Massive Open On-line Courses – Stanford, MIT, Harvard, UC Berkeley• Coursera, Udacity• Learnable• Khan Academy Debasis Das 15
  16. 16. Khan Academy Debasis Das 16
  17. 17. Blended Learning• Mix traditional and on-line learning• Traditional learning – Bright students get bored – Meant for the students around the mean – Comparatively slow one get left out• On-line courses lets students learn at their own pace• Can these two be blended optimally? Debasis Das 17
  18. 18. New Age Text Books• Electronic format helps make text books easily changeable• Updated books can be delivered immediately, anywhere• Like set top boxes and other CE devices changes can be delivered over the air• Can be extremely customizable Debasis Das 18
  19. 19. Interesting Models• Innosight institute has suggested some interesting models for blended learning• room/publications/blended-learning/blended- learning-model-definitions• This could be the basis for arriving at a future model that is effective Debasis Das 19
  20. 20. Blended Learning Models Courtesy -Innosight Institute definitions Debasis Das 20
  21. 21. Rotation Model• Rotation model• Within a given course or subject students rotate on a fixed schedule or at the teacher’s discretion between learning modalities• at least one of which is online learning• Other modalities might include activities such as – small-group or full-class instruction – group projects – individual tutoring – pencil-and-paper assignments. Debasis Das 21
  22. 22. Flex Model• Flex model• content and instruction are delivered primarily by the Internet• students move on an individually customized, fluid schedule among learning modalities• teacher-of-record is on-site. The teacher-of-record or other Adults provide face-to-face support on a flexible and adaptive as-needed basis – small-group instruction, group projects, and individual tutoring.• Face-to-face support may vary Debasis Das 22
  23. 23. Self-Blend Model• Self-Blend model• Students choose to take one or more courses entirely online to supplement their traditional courses.• Teacher-of-record is the online teacher. Students may take the online courses either on the brick-and- mortar campus or off-site.• Differs from full-time online learning and the Enriched- Virtual model. It is not a whole-school experience. Students self-blend some individual online courses and take other courses at a brick-and-mortar campus with face-to-face teachers. Debasis Das 23
  24. 24. Enriched Virtual Model• Enriched-Virtual model• A whole-school experience in which within each course students divide their time between attending a brick-and- mortar campus and learning remotely using online delivery of content and instruction.• Many Enriched-Virtual programs began as full-time online schools and then developed blended programs to provide students with brick-and-mortar school experiences.• The Enriched-Virtual model differs from the Flipped Classroom because in Enriched-Virtual programs, students seldom attend the brick-and-mortar campus every weekday. It differs from the Self-Blend model because it is a full-school experience, not a course-by-course model. Debasis Das 24
  25. 25. Some Examples-New Designations• Following slide is a recent announcement of a conference on Education• What is interesting is the new kind of designations you see that relate to the complex management situation Debasis Das 25
  26. 26. FOTE12 - Future of Technology in Education Friday, October 5, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (BST) London, United Kingdom• Confirmed speakers: Cailean Hargrave, Further Education Business Development Manager, IBM, John Townsend, Director of Corporate Information Services, Liverpool John Moores University , Sharlene Jobson, Head of Nexus, JISC Advance Nexus, Yousuf Khan, CIO, Hult International Business School, Nicola Whitton, Research Fellow, Manchester Metropolitan University, Dave Coplin, Director, Search UK, Anirban Saha, Head of Social Innovation & Intelligence, Nokia, Mark Hahnel, Founder, Figshare, Richard Davis, Digital Archives & Repositories Manager, ULCC• Confirmed Panel Members: The following will be apart of this years panel, discussing MOOC (Massive Open Online Course), Maren Deanwell, Chief Executive, ALT., David Webster, Lecturer, University of Gloucestershire, Miles Meetcalfe, Founder, Relevant Department, Philip Butler, Senior e-Learning Advisor, ULCC, Jeff Haywood, Vice Principal for Knowledge Management, CIO and Librarian, University of Edinburgh Debasis Das 26
  27. 27. Expertise Areas Required• Learning technologists• Instructional designers• Content developers• Technology experts• IT administrators• Expert teachers• Teachers would need enhanced expertise Debasis Das 27
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