ICT Administration in Modern Education Institute

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ICT Administration in Modern Education Institute

  1. 1. in modern education institute +DENPONG SOODPHAKDEE, Ph.D. VP.ACAD.IT @KKU ICT Administration
  2. 2. Demography: Era and People • Traditionalists: born prior to 1946 • Brand and retail store loyal, gone through the depression and war • Baby Boomers: born 1946-64 • Reminded to eat the plate clean. Into home and kitchens upgrade; enjoys gourmet food • Generation X: born 1965-81 • Likes to be educated and informed; no major enduring hard economical times • Gen Y, Net-Geners/Millenials: born 1982-2000 (14 -32) • Live, breath, shop, link up on the web. Well informed. • Our students on campus • Gen Z: born after 2001 (below 13) • Group activities • Multi-cultural, experiential, media-savvy
  3. 3. Gen Y •Tech savvy • Continually connected with IM, SMS • Socially connected with devices •Cosmopolitan • Influenced by peers •Short attention span • Skim text and information quickly •Achievement oriented • Seek recognition, fame and feedback • Wants meaningful work and a solid learning curve •Team-Oriented • Value teamwork and seek the input and affirmation of others • Loyal, committed and wants to be included and involved
  4. 4. Down Memory Lane
  5. 5. Today
  6. 6. Top 10 Strategic Technologies for 2011 1. Cloud Computing 2. Mobile Applications and Media Tablets 3. Social Communications and Collaboration 4. Video 5. Next Generation Analytics 6. Social Analytics 7. Context-Aware Computing 8. Storage Class Memory 9. Ubiquitous Computing 10. Fabric-Based Infrastructure and Computers
  7. 7. Top 10 Strategic Technologies for 2012 1. Media Tablets and Beyond 2. Mobile-Centric Applications and Interfaces 3. Contextual and Social User Experience 4. Internet of Things 5. App Stores and Marketplaces 6. Next-Generation Analytics 7. Big Data 8. In-Memory Computing 9. Extreme Low-Energy Servers 10. Cloud Computing
  8. 8. Top 10 Strategic Technologies for 2013 1. Mobile Device Battles 2. Mobile Applications and HTML5 3. Personal Cloud 4. Enterprise App Stores 5. The Internet of Things 6. Hybrid IT and Cloud Computing 7. Strategic Big Data 8. Actionable Analytics 9. In Memory Computing 10. Integrated Ecosystems
  9. 9. Top 10 Strategic Technologies for 2014 1. Mobile Device Diversity and Management 2. Mobile Apps and Applications 3. The Internet of Everything 4. Hybrid Cloud and IT as Service Broker 5. Cloud/Client Architecture 6. The Era of Personal Cloud 7. Software Defined Anything 8. Web-Scale IT 9. Smart Machines 10. 3-D Printing
  10. 10. Cloud Computing
  11. 11. Move to Cloud
  12. 12. Cloud Storage Service
  13. 13. On Premise Cloud Storage
  14. 14. How New Generation Learns?
  15. 15. Learning •ceases to focus on consuming information or knowledge •is about asking questions, •is about working with other to find the answers •is about doing real work with real audiences •is about developing the kinds of habits and dispositions that deep
  16. 16. School is “real life,” not simply a place to take courses, earn grades, amass credits, and compete against others for recognition. Will Richardson, Why School?, 2012
  17. 17. SOCIALMEDIA
  18. 18. How Doctors Use Social Media & Technology to Improve Their Medical Practice o Doctors with a Smart phone o Doctor-Patient Cyber Relationships o Social Media and Increased Efficiency o Social Media to Increase Information Sharing o Social Media to Aid in Healthcare Hiring
  19. 19. Flip from….to….. • To Rush Through the Syllabus ------> For the learner • Fear of Failure ------> To Excite Passion • To Dispense Information Only ------> For Understanding • Grades-centric ------> Values-centric • Product ------> Process • Textbook Answers ------> Searching Questions • Drill and Practice ------> Engaged Learning • ‘One-size-fits-all’ Instruction ------> Differentiated Teaching • Telling ------> Guiding, Facilitating, Modelling • Summative/Quantitative Testing ------> Formative and Qualitative Assessing • Set formulae, Standard Answers ------> Spirit of innovation and enterprise Ref: Ministry of Education, Singapore
  20. 20. How to flip •Use of technology (This is most commonly being done using teacher-created videos that students view outside of class time) •Coach/interact instead of lecture
  21. 21. MOVE SOME LECTURES AWAY FROM CLASSROOM
  22. 22. USE SOME OTHER SOURCES FOR LECTURING (OUTSIDE CLASSROOM)
  23. 23. Downward, Upward, and Horizontal Communication in Organizations SOURCE: Adopted from Richard L. Daft and Richard M. Steers, Organizations; A Micro- Macro Approach, 538 Copyright 1986 by Scott, Foresman and Company, Used by permission.
  24. 24. http://slideshare.net/denpong denpong@kku.ac.th http://facebook.com/denpong.s

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