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Presentation of CORE Education's ten trends for 2011 launched at Learning@School conference, Rotorua, New Zealand, February 2011

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    • Smart  Web  
    • What  is  the  Trend?  We’re  seeing  more  applica7ons  and  services  that  are  capable  of  ac7ng  without  human  interven7on,  with  decisions  being  made  on  the  basis  of  data  usage  pa=erns  etc.    Indicators:  •  Internet  of  things  •  Adap7ve  Web  •  Learning  analy7cs  
    • •  How  might  an  ‘internet  of  things’  apply  in  an   educa7on  seFng,  e.g  tracking  students,  smart   libraries  etc.?  •  How  might  an  adap7ve  web  environment  be   beneficial  to  schools,  e.g.  for  personalising   learner  spaces,  interac7ons  with  parents  and   community  etc?  •  What  use  are  we  making  of  learning  analy7cs  to   predict  and  advise  on  learning  through  the   applica7ons  we  use?  
    • What  is  the  Trend?  Among  users  of  all  ages  there  is  a  clear  shiI  towards  compu7ng  ‘anywhere,  any7me  with  any  device’  –  where  access  is  not  confined  to  a  par7cular  7me  and  place,  and  not  dependent  on  a  par7cular  device.    Indicators:  •  Wireless    •  Mobile  devices  •  Private  Clouds  
    • •  Is  your  school  network  prepared  to   accommodate  the  influx  of  student-­‐owned   mobile  devices  being  connected?  •  What  policies  and  prac7ces  do  you  have  in   place  regarding  the  use  of  mobile  technologies   in  your  school?  •  How  could  your  school  make  effec7ve  use  of  a   ‘private  cloud’  structure  to  serve  the  needs  of   students  and  staff?  
    • What  is  the  Trend?  The  move  beyond  uniform,  mass  provision  can  be  described  as  “personalisa7on”  of  educa7on  and  of  public  services  more  widely.    Indicators:  •  Interfaces  •  Assessment  •  PorTolios  
    • •  To  what  extent  does  the  use  of  digital   technologies  feature  as  a  strategy  for   personalising  the  learning  experience  for   students  in  your  school?  •  How  customisable  are  the  interfaces  of  key   applica7ons  you  use  to  suit  the  preferences  of   individual  students/staff?  •  How  are  digital  technologies  being  used  to   support  approaches  to  assessment  for  learning,   including  the  use  of  student-­‐owned  porTolios?  
    • What  is  the  Trend?  We  are  witnessing  an  unprecedented  ‘explosion’  of  data  in  the  world,  accumula7ng  in  electronic  databases  everywhere.    This  poses  challenges  about  its  usefulness  and  about  how  we  may  store,  manage  and  derive  meaning  from  it.  Indicators:  •  Storage  and  management  •  Manipula7on/visualisa7on  •  Open  data  
    • •  What  strategies  do  you    have  in  place  for   coping  with  the  enormous  quan77es  of  data   being  generated  in  your  school?  How  robust   and  sustainable  are  they?  •  What  advantages  and  opportuni7es  do  the   new  forms  of  data  manipula7on  provide  for   teachers  and  students?  •  What  use  are  you  making  of  the  open  data   sources  that  are  now  available?  
    • What  is  the  Trend?  Ci7zenship  is  a  con7nually  evolving  concept.  Ci7zenship  involves  understanding  the  ‘rules’  and  boundaries  that  exist,  and  involves  both  rights  and  responsibili7es.  As  our  world  expands  to  include  the  ‘virtual’,  so  too  do  the  following  lenses  on  ci7zenship:  Indicators:  •  Global  •  Digital  •  Cyber  
    • •  How  well  is  the  concept  of  global  ci7zenship   embedded  into  your  school  curriculum?  Do   you  have  a  vision  for  the  global  future  that   your  students  will  inhabit?  •  What  is  your  personal/school  vision  for  being   digitally  literate?  •  How  are  the  prac7ces  of  cyber-­‐ci7zens  being   modelled  in  your  school?  What  would  be  the   response  of  staff  to  a  breakdown  in  this  area?  
    • What  is  the  Trend?  The  “Cloud”  is  growing  significantly  over  the  whole  of  the  ICT  world.  Cloud  compu7ng  refers  to  storage  and  processing  that  occurs  in  a  networked  environment  rather  than  relying  on  the  limits  of  a  personal  computer.    Indicators:  •  Infrastructure  •  Data  access  •  Services  
    • •  How  would  you  describe  the  concept  of  “the   cloud”  to  your  staff  or  board  of  trustees?  •  What  services  currently  owned  and  managed   by  your  school  could  most  easily  be  provided   in  the  cloud?  •  What  do  you  understand  to  be  the  advantages   and  risks  of  storing  school/student  data  in  the   cloud?  How  might  these  be  mi7gated?  
    • What  is  the  Trend?  Virtual  learning  services  are  expanding  interna7onally,  with  the  development  of  virtual  schools  in  many  countries.  It  is  an  effec7ve  way  of  providing  access  for  those  who  may  not  otherwise  be  able  to  par7cipate.    Indicators:  •  Programmes  •  Projects  •  Professional  Learning  
    • •  How  do  your  programmes  of  learning  enable   students  to  con7nue  learning  outside  of  the   classroom  or  school  hours?  •  What  sorts  of  projects  could  you  involve    your   students  in  right  now  that  would  provide  them   with  the  rich  experiences  of  collabora7ng  on   authen7c  tasks,  and  connec7ng  virtually  with   experts?  •  How  might    you  embrace  the  opportuni7es  of   professional  learning  for  staff  in  the  online   environment?  
    • What  is  the  Trend?  Digital  technologies  are  expanding  the  opportuni7es  and  ways  we  can  access  and  engage  with  informa7on  in  a  range  of  new  and  exci7ng  ways,  and  where  engagement  tended  to  be  passive,  it  is  now  an  ac7ve  experience.  Indicators:  •  E-­‐books  •  Data  visualisa7on  •  Gesture  based  compu7ng  
    • •  Do  the  ways  you  use  digital  technologies   embrace  a  vision  for  changed  interfaces  into   the  future?  (or  are  you  s7ll  bound  by  the   model  of  monitor  and  keyboard?)  •  Do  you  have  processes  in  place  to  ac7vely   promote  and  encourage  experimenta7on  with   new  and  emerging  technologies?  
    • What  is  the  Trend?  What  were  previously  regarded  as  barriers  to  growth,  access  or  innova7on  in  our  system,  are  now  being  challenged  or  circumvented  through  the  use  of  systems  that  are  more  open  and  par7cipatory.    Indicators:  •  Open  content  •  Open  data  •  Open  source  
    • •  How  could  open  content  be  incorporated  into   your  work  with  students?  How  can  staff/ students  contribute  to  this?  •  How  can  open  data  sources  be  used  by  your   staff/students?  What  applica7ons  would  you   use  to  manipulate  or  represent  it?  •  What  policies  do  you  have  around  the  use  of   open  source  soIware?  How  do  these  apply  to   applica7ons  on  student  owned  machines?  
    • What  is  the  Trend?  In  the  networked  age,  our  educa7on  ins7tu7ons  need  to  shiI  from  the  exis7ng  paradigm  of  opera7ng  in  rela7ve  isola7on  (even  compe77on)  to  being  more  collabora7ve  and  working  as  a  node  on  the  educa7on  network.    Indicators:  •  Learning  communi7es  online  •  Virtual  learning  network  •  UFB  schools  
    • •  What  advantages  can  you  see  for  your  school   context  of  entering  more  formal  rela7onships   with  other  schools  in  a  networked  way  of   working?   –  For  sharing  learning  programmes?   –  For  sharing  content  and  services?   –  For  sharing  teaching  exper7se?   –  For  sharing  governance  structures?  •  How  would  working  this  way  change  how  you   work?  
    • www.core-­‐ed.org/tentrends