21st Century Mobile Lifestyle and Other Learning Experience CSL Limited September 2011 Strictly ConfidentialThese documents are confidential and intended for the named recipient(s) only. Any further use, copying anddissemination of the information without permission of CSL is prohibited. If you are not the intended recipient(s), youmust not read, print, retain, copy, distribute, forward or take any or refrain from taking any action in reliance on it orany of its attachments and should contact the issuer immediately. 1
"We dont like their sound, and guitar music is on the way out." - Decca Recording Co. rejecting the Beatles, 1962"Stocks have reached what looks like a permanently high plateau." - Irving Fisher, Professor of Economics, Yale University, 1929 "Everything that can be invented has been invented." - Charles H Duell, Commissioner, US Office of Patents, 1899
"I think there is a world market for maybe five computers." - Thomas Watson, chairman of IBM, 1943 "But what ... is it good for?" - Engineer at the Advanced Computing Systems Division of IBM, 1968, commenting on the microchip "There is no reason anyone would want a computer in their home."- Ken Olson, president, chairman and founder of Digital Equipment Corp, 1977 "640K ought to be enough for anybody." - Bill Gates, 1981
Mobile Technology as the Catalyst of a Learner-centered Education Model • Post 90’s generation – Digital Native • Grow up with computer, internet, mobile devices • ICT influences the way they live, communicate, and learn • Technology-assisted learning: mobile connectivity and devices become a great tool The Power of Mobility: Instant, Interactive ,Multi-Media Learning Anytime, Anywhere Standalone Desktop with Portable Laptop workstation connectivity Smart-pads and Smart-phones with wireless connectivity Embracing tools the students are already using, and leveraging them for education 9
• 13 million mobile subscribers• Approaching 200% mobile penetration rate• 58% smart-phone users as of 2010
Re-thinking a 21st Century model oftechnology-enabled education that isstudent centric, allowing teachers tobecome facilitators of learning, guidingstudents to be responsible users oftechnology.We do not rely on technology to improve test scores, but theenhanced learning environment created by devices like tablets,smartphones, e-readers…etc.Learning will become student centricwith improved engagement level andreal-time feedback, and can go beyondthe boundary of a classroom / schoolas students will be able to have accessto information and learn anytime,anywhere.
There needs to be a learning infrastructure that enables wirelessinternet access for multiple devices at the same time, alsoconsidering: Digital curriculum with interactive content Data security Privacy (eg personal records) vs Filtering? Leverage on public mobile/wireless infrastructure to minimize cost to enable ‘Connected Classrooms’
Other Learning Experience (OLE) Broadening students horizons in non-academic areas for the development of a balanced life Developing self-respect and self-discipline among students Offering pastoral care through the mentor system Developing generic skills for life-long learning Preparing for the future careers Complement the examination subjects or career-oriented studies Improving knowledge and inter-personal relationship Enhancing the awareness of social affairs and increasing their civic awareness14
Digital Inclusion + Other Learning Experience (OLE) –“NICE” Computer Bank + “SLAM” ProgramCSL is a sponsor of YMCA in launching Network Inclusion for Children Empowerment (NICE) to lowincome families in Sham Shui Po, Tung Chung, Tseung Kwan O and Tin Shui Wai districts. Studentsfrom underprivileged families are being given a netbook with mobile broadband access, ITknowledge trainings as well as mentorship for their school and daily life. ‘NICE’ program has wonthe Grand Award of Hong Kong ICT Awards 2010 under the category of Digital Inclusion.
NICE + SLAM Program Background & Key Objectives Polarization of rich and poor, and people living in poverty are growing: Gini Score : 43.4 (highest in Asia) Share of income /expenditure : Poorest 10% : 2% Richest 10% : 34.9% Source: HKCSS, 2009 Equal opportunity accesses to information and technology of the poor and the rich Synergy effects from NGO-Business-IT-Education partnership Paradigm of change, of learn, and of development Facilitating the competency of participant to apply and integrate IT into daily life and school learning Nurturing positive life-values of children through mentoring and use of IT device
Training ContentFor Mentees One per month with focus on life value, IT, finance, time managementFor Mentors Continuous training on leadership, mentorship skillsFor Mentees Individual contacts: Mentees and mentors contact through emails, telephone,& Mentors MSN, tuition, outdoor exposure and etcFor Parents Training on computer and internet usageFor Mentees, A recognition scheme to encourage and appreciate the outstanding mentees,Mentors, mentors, teachers and even parentsTeachers,Parents
Kick-off Ceremony : Mentors and28 Nov 09 at YMCA children gotHeadquarters together to play & learn Children got their Netbook at the first gathering Ethnic Minority Children met their mentors in the program
‘Servant Leadership’ - A Servant Leader of Integrity is a person who positivelyinfluences others by putting others’ needs before one’s own and helping others to growand succeed in all aspects of life. The person also strives to live a life of consistency inpositive value, character and ethics. ‘I m so happy that I could surf on the net with my family members.’ Jashanpreet Kaur, age 11 ‘My mentor is my teacher and also my friend. I trust him.’ Yan Lau, age 11 ‘We got to know more about each other every time we met. We can learn from each other.’ Roy Wong, UST mentor, age 20
one2free is actively engaged in providing affordable internet access and supporting online learning resources and offers synergy, in alignment with the objectives of Internet Learning Resource Centre (ILRC) under Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS)By supporting and partnering with ILRC, CSL will be one step closerto fulfilling our Vision: Communications for Everyone, Connecting Everything,Unleashing the Potential of Human Networks. 連繫每顆心，接通全世界， 盡展人脈網絡潛能 。
Acknowledgement:YMCANICE + SLAM Mentor & Mentees: Hugo Lui, David Chu (朱瑞麟小朋友), and Eric Nesar For further information, please contact: Irene Leung Executive Vice President, Mass Market, CSL Limited Vice President, HKITF and Councilor of E Learning Consortium 22