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NMC Horizon Report Briefing to Educators for HE and K12

NMC Horizon Report Briefing to Educators for HE and K12

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  • If we have anyone from Higher Ed, you will recognize the key players in the production of this report.The NMC Horizon Report: 2014 Higher Education Edition is a collaboration betweenThe NEW MEDIA CONSORTIUM And The EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative, an EDUCAUSE ProgramThe research behind the NMC Horizon Report: 2014 Higher Education Edition is jointly conducted by the New Media Consortium (NMC) and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI), an EDUCAUSE Program.The ELI’s critical participation in the production of this report and their strong support for the NMC Horizon Project is gratefully acknowledged. To learn more about ELI, visit www.educause.edu/eli ; In this wiki, they will be engaging in a comprehensive review and analysis of research, articles, papers, blogs, and interviews; discussing existing applications, and brainstorming new ones; and ultimately ranking the items on the list of candidate technologies for their potential relevance to teaching, learning, or creative inquiry in K-12 education. The results of this ranking will be published in a the NMC Horizon Report > 2013 K-12 Edition.To learn more about the NMC, visit www.nmc.org
  • Who here has heard of the Horizon Report?In my case, our group consisted of 53 experts from around the globe, representing 23 countriesNMC launched 2009K12 Focused on Pre-college education known as the NMC Horizon Report > K-12 Edition, specifically focused on exploring pre-college education around the globe. This project continues for the sixth year in 2014, again with support from Hewlett Packard's Office of Global Social Innovation, and focuses on pre-college education through examining the emerging technologies, key trends, and critical challenges that are impacting it. The members of the Horizon.k12 Advisory Board were purposely chosen to represent a broad spectrum of people knowledgeable about K-12 education all over the world; key writers, thinkers, technologists, and futurists from education, business, and industry round out the group.2014 is still in process
  • How the Report is structured into 3 Major AreasBoth in time and in the world at large. Extensive review of current articles, interviews, Papers, and new research to identify and rank trends
  • PredictionsStatisticsScience FictionNo one can absolutely predict trends but the indicators are all in the hands of Doc Brown
  • Growing Ubiquity of Social MediaIntegration of Online, Hybrid, and Collaborative LearningFast Trends 1-2Mid-Range Trends 2-3Long-Range Trends 4-5
  • Driving changes in higher education within three to five yearsRisMeasurement of Learning OutcomesView ScreenshotsClick on screenshots to view larger.Measuring learning is a key element to outcomes assessment, and is the foundation for improvement. Institutions need to understand student attitudes and skills in order to measure outcomes. Collecting this information can be challenging when data is separate and tools or processes are not coordinated.Blackboard makes course-embedded assessment a reality. Assessment professionals can automatically collect assignments and the related student submissions directly from Blackboard Learn course sections. This makes burdensome assessment activities quicker and easier for your faculty and students, and part of their day-to-day teaching and learning activities. No longer will faculty and students have to submit work into two different systems.Collect Direct Evidence of Student Learning – Automate the harvesting of student assignments from online and hybrid courses.Authentic Assessment – Use rubrics to evaluate randomly sampled student evidence of learning for an authentic assessment practice that provides specific, actionable insight into areas of strength and weakness.e of Data-Driven Learning and AssessmentShift from Students as Consumers to Students as Creators
  • Driving changes in higher education within three to five yearsRisMeasurement of Learning OutcomesView ScreenshotsClick on screenshots to view larger.Measuring learning is a key element to outcomes assessment, and is the foundation for improvement. Institutions need to understand student attitudes and skills in order to measure outcomes. Collecting this information can be challenging when data is separate and tools or processes are not coordinated.Blackboard makes course-embedded assessment a reality. Assessment professionals can automatically collect assignments and the related student submissions directly from Blackboard Learn course sections. This makes burdensome assessment activities quicker and easier for your faculty and students, and part of their day-to-day teaching and learning activities. No longer will faculty and students have to submit work into two different systems.Collect Direct Evidence of Student Learning – Automate the harvesting of student assignments from online and hybrid courses.Authentic Assessment – Use rubrics to evaluate randomly sampled student evidence of learning for an authentic assessment practice that provides specific, actionable insight into areas of strength and weakness.e of Data-Driven Learning and AssessmentShift from Students as Consumers to Students as Creators
  • Measurement of Learning OutcomesView ScreenshotsClick on screenshots to view larger.Measuring learning is a key element to outcomes assessment, and is the foundation for improvement. Institutions need to understand student attitudes and skills in order to measure outcomes. Collecting this information can be challenging when data is separate and tools or processes are not coordinated.Blackboard makes course-embedded assessment a reality. Assessment professionals can automatically collect assignments and the related student submissions directly from Blackboard Learn course sections. This makes burdensome assessment activities quicker and easier for your faculty and students, and part of their day-to-day teaching and learning activities. No longer will faculty and students have to submit work into two different systems.Collect Direct Evidence of Student Learning – Automate the harvesting of student assignments from online and hybrid courses.Authentic Assessment – Use rubrics to evaluate randomly sampled student evidence of learning for an authentic assessment practice that provides specific, actionable insight into areas of strength and weakness.
  • Similarly, the K12 Report
  • http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2013/05/23/cal-state-may-turn-virtual-labsThe California State University System may bet big on virtual labs starting this fall, a sign of how heavily some policy makers are counting on technology to solve funding problems.The effort could end in-the-flesh lab experimentation for many Cal State students who are not biology majors.The proposal is part of a multipronged plan from the Cal State chancellor’s office to help students unable to find a path through the Cal State system. Officials are hoping to use a one-time infusion of $17.2 million for education technology to break the so-called course bottleneck that prevents students from advancing, prompts some to drop out and consumes state resources.Read more: http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2013/05/23/cal-state-may-turn-virtual-labs#ixzz2tpqU1ZGuInside Higher Ed
  • Key Trends Accelerating K-12 Technology AdoptionWhat trends do you expect to have a significant impact on the ways in which learning-focused institutions approach our core missions of teaching, learning, and creative inquiry?Both in time and in the world at large. Extensive review of current articles, interviews, Papers, and new research to identify and rank trends
  • I wonder if the current enthusiasm for teaching coding to school kids might be a passing fad, at least here in Britain. The government case for it is that we need more computer engineers, and that it develops intellectual rigour. I'm not sure it's any better for developing intellectual rigour than, say, maths or science which are already taught, and I wonder if it is as valuable for all students as math and science are, although it might more motivating for technology-fascinated children and very useful as an optional or additional school subject. It also looks like an over-simplified view of the connection between the workforce and the school curriculum. You don't solve a shortage of architects or brain surgeons by making architecture or brain surgery a school subject; you make sure everyone learns math and science. Expecting all children to learn to code, from an early age, which is what the British government now requires, could easily make it a very unpopular subject, often taught by people who don't want to teach it and to children who aren't interested. Perhaps, before long, we'll decide that coding is not a life skill, but only a subject or as a career choice for a small minority of school kids, rather like practical electronics. I think it might be a distraction from the, surely much more important, task of helping kids to use computer technology and understand its social, political and economic implications
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    • 1. INNOVATION DAY III HORIZON REPORT 2014 HIGHER EDUCATION & 2013 K12 EDITION W/SNEAK PREVIEW JUNE 2014 RELEASE Cynthia Sistek-Chandler, Ed D Immediate Past President SD Computer Using Educators National University School of Education, Associate Professor Horizon Report Expert Advisor Higher Education, 2014 2/20/14
    • 2. The New Media Consortium (NMC) Horizon Report 2014 Higher Education Edition with a SNEAK PREVIEW OF K12 REPORT NEW MEDIA CONSORTIUM and The EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI)
    • 3. What is the Horizon Report? Emerging Technologies Key Trends Critical Challenges K12 Edition supported by: Hewlett Packard's Office of Global Social Innovation
    • 4. Executive Summary Horizon Report Higher Education 1 • Key Trends Accelerating Adoption 2 • Significant Challenges Impeding Higher Education Technology Adoption 3 • Important Developments in Educational Technology for Higher Education
    • 5. Fast Driving changes in higher education over the next year Infographic Comparing Social Media with Stats
    • 6. Mid-Range Driving changes in HE 2-3 years – Rise of Data-Driven Learning and Assessment – Shift from Students as Consumers to Students as Creators
    • 7. Rise of Data-Driven Learning and Assessment
    • 8. Rise of Data-Driven Learning and Assessment
    • 9. Long-Range Driving changes in higher education in five or more years – Agile Approaches to Change – Evolution of Online Learning
    • 10. Evolution of Online Learning
    • 11. Important Developments in Educational Technology for Higher Education Time-to-Adoption Horizon: One Year or Less • Flipped Classroom • Learning Analytics Time-to-Adoption Horizon: Two to Three Years • 3D Printing • Games and Gamification Time-to-Adoption Horizon: Four to Five Years • Quantified Self • Virtual Assistants
    • 12. Horizon Report K12 2013 Next Release June 2014 1 • Key Trends Accelerating Adoption 2 • Significant Challenges Impeding Technology Adoption in K-12 Education 3 • Important Developments in Educational Technology for K-12 Education
    • 13. Key Trends 2013 Near-Term • Cloud Computing • Mobile Learning Can Mobile Devices Transform Education?
    • 14. Key Trends 2013 Mid-Term • Learning Analytics • Open Content Open Content for K-12 Education California Learning Resource Network www.clrn.org
    • 15. Open Educational Resources Open Textbooks College Open Textbooks California Learning Resource Network Textbooks Orange Grove Texts Plus Textbook Revolution WikiBooks Books in the Public Domain & Other Free Books E-Books on the Web: Search multiple sources in a single search Bartleby Bookserver from Internet Archive Librivox Online Books Page Online Library of Liberty Open Library: One web page for every book Project Gutenberg Read Print Universal Digital Library The University of Oxford Text Archive OER Citizendium Connexions Curriki (K-12) FREE: Federal Resources for Educational Excellence HippoCampus MERLOT OER Commons Open Educational Resources through Internet Archive The Orange Grove
    • 16. Key Trends 2013 Far-Term • 3D Printing • Virtual Laboratories
    • 17. Sneak Preview Trends 2014 • • • • • • • • • • • • Evolving Expectations of Teachers Growing Ubiquity of Social Media Importance of Content Curation Increasing Preference for Personal Technology Increasing Focus on Open Content Increasing Use of Hybrid Learning Designs Shift from Students as Consumers to Students as Creators Evolution of Online Learning Digital Delivery is Increasingly the Norm Shift to More Authentic Learning Increasing Importance of Teaching Kids to Code The Physical Layout and Furniture in Classrooms are Changing
    • 18. Significant Challenges Impeding Technology Adoption in K-12 Education The EdTech Backlash Increased Public and Policy Concern about Privacy
    • 19. References • Blackboard Images/Screen Captures • ELI www.educause.edu/eli • Johnson, L., Adams Becker, S., Cummins, M., Estrada V., Freeman, A., and Ludgate, H. (2013). NMC Horizon Report: 2013 K-12 Edition. Austin, Texas: The New Media Consortium. • New Media Consortium www.nmc.org • Smart Sparrow, Intelligent Tutoring https://www.smartsparrow.com/adaptive-elearning/ • http://www.slideshare.net/fred.zimny/nmc-horizon-reporthigher-education-2014
    • 20. CONTACT INFORMATION SLIDESHARE OF PRESENTATION Cynthia Sistek-Chandler, Ed D cchandler@nu.edu Immediate Past President SD Computer Using Educators pastpresident@sdcue.org National University School of Education, Associate Professor Horizon Report Expert Advisor Higher Education, 2014