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  • Move toward being more of a ‘guide by the side’ than the all knowing content provider in the front How will we as educators handle this change Can we adjust our style
  • ICT can be catalyst for change
  • Edunova – definitions These are guiding ideas based on our fundamental beliefs Broad definition of Learning about action be definition is learning for life Process view – by making this explicit can focus the learn, the teacher and the organisation on making the process more effective The nature and quality of the specific learning activities undertaken within the learning process affect the effectiveness of the learning (speed and retention) Some of the qualities of an f learning process are generic – see next slide Some of the qualities are specific to an individual learner (or type of learner) – Garders learning styles
  • Sum up requirements as: Continuity – of service, of delivery, of design, of project management, …. End to end solution partners Experience – not just education but in delivering this type of solution, back it up with a proven track record, on time, on budget – on specificatoin Scalability – offer a solution meets requirements now but well into future, provide a flexible solution as needs change – flexibility as market changes – such as converging technologies – business synergies
  • Sum up requirements as: Continuity – of service, of delivery, of design, of project management, …. End to end solution partners Experience – not just education but in delivering this type of solution, back it up with a proven track record, on time, on budget – on specificatoin Scalability – offer a solution meets requirements now but well into future, provide a flexible solution as needs change – flexibility as market changes – such as converging technologies – business synergies
  • Ease of travel, eg how many people do you know working in Dubai etc. Cost competitive travel Workplace becoming more flexible/remote working encouraged HOW DO WE PREPARE LEARNERS FOR THIS WOLRD OF WORK? Changes will need to be made in our teaching and learning proceses
  • School organisation Teaching mindsets Supporting agencies and service providers
  • Schools of the future have already implemented newer and more skills based approaches
  • Need to provide a context and a breakdown of ICT components – a logical approach
  • Introductions Edunova researches and develops practical educational solutions that break through traditional constraints to deliver substantially improved outcomes for students. We help clients with the application of these solutions, and invest in ventures designed to deliver radical improvements in the educational performance of schools, colleges and other learning organisations. Our services include advice on developing and delivering integrated learning models and processes, supported by practical technology solutions, working within new learning environments.

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  • Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org Demystifying ICT
  • Grade 2’s are enjoying learning all about water Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • Taking ICT into the classroom for the first time Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • Skade is reading a water poem Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org See the laptop and data projector
  • Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
    • Skade
    • (ICT Champ)
    • Doing the preparation
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • These changes require a new kind of teacher
    • What is a new teacher?
    • New teacher = Old teacher + technology
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
    • Changing of roles
    • specialisation
  • Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
    • can support this change process
    • can add tremendous value
    • must support the changes, not drive them
    Technology
  • Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org What is learning?
    • Learning = the capacity to take effective action
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org Learning is a Process Individuals have different preferred learning styles Senge – The Fifth Discipline Senge – The Fifth Discipline Howard Gardner Connecting Reflecting Doing Deciding Individual Group Organisation
  • Learning - FIRST PRINCIPLES
    • Maximising individual potential
    • Sharing ideas
    • Learning is a continuous process
    • Is part of development & growth
    • Gaining new skills
    • Thinking creatively
    • Motivated to learn
    • Open to new ideas/change
    • Towards independence / responsibility
    • ICT resources are merely a tool
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • Learning Led ICT – linking learning to ICT Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org Fresh Immediate Feedback Dynamic Interactive Multi-sensory Access Collaborative Deft ICT Data to inform Learning & Teaching Efficient & effective administration processes
  • Dynamic
    • Movement
    • Ever changing
    • One form to another
    • Current
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • Multi-sensory
    • Visual
    • Auditory
    • Kinaesthetic
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • Fresh
    • High adoption value
    • Relevant
    • Acceptance
    • Interesting
    • ‘ with-it’
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • Collaborative
    • Co-operative learning
    • Team work
    • Group work
    • Tools
    • Expert input
    • Brainstorming
    • Realtime sharing
    • Forums
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • Interactive
    • Text
    • Graphics
    • Video
    • Live feeds
    • Video conferencing
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • Access
    • Home
    • Other schools
    • Community centres
    • Regional
    • Global
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • Immediate Feedback
    • Encouragement
    • Tracking
    • Monitoring
    • Safe and secure progress
    • Teachers can focus energy where most needed
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • Deft
    • Navigate complex structures
    • Move quickly through a maze of information
    • Higher order skills
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • Learning Led ICT – linking learning to ICT Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org Fresh Feedback Dynamic Interactive Multi-sensory Access Collaborative Deft ICT
  • Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org As Principals, will we adapt to the challenges lying before us?
  • Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org Changing faster than our education system Tomorrow’s citizen will have to be able to survive in a much more fluid environment Education system will have to go through radical change – voluntarily or involuntarily The world of work is changing !
  • Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org So too must our schools, Our teachers! And all those who work in and with schools
  • Changes to schools and other learning environments Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org Classroom Learning centre Centres Distributed networks Class timetables Personal programmes Parent evenings Online information 08h00 to 14h00 24hrs/365 days School based Community based
  • Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org Key issues to understand when driving change in your school
  • Process of Transformation Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org Today’s reality Designing Making it happen Vision Reflecting Exploring Just do it Vision Where the school wants to be in the future Transforming People Developing a new mindset Transforming the Organisation Developing approaches, structures and solutions Andersen change enablement model The process of getting from where we are to where we want to be
  • Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org Good performance /management Poor performance /management Traditional Model New Model School improvement strategies focus on the traditional model
  • Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org Fitness for purpose If we are going to have an ICT solution that is fit for purpose – we have to know what that purpose is We need to understand the learning going on in our school today and our vision for that learning tomorrow
  • Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org A layered approach TECHNICAL INFRASTRUCTURE EDUCATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE NETWORK COMPUTER ROOM INFRASTRUCTURE PERSONAL DEVICES Laptops, Desktops, PDAs, Cellphones SHARED DEVICES Printers, Data projectors, Scanners, Cameras CORE APPLICATIONS Virtual Learning Environment Management Information System Office Productivity Suite Email, Internet ORGANISATIONAL & CHANGE MANAGEMENT VISION FOR LEARNING ICT SKILLS TRAINING SUPPORT ICT STRATEGIES MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES COMMUNITY ADOPTION MODEL FOR LEARNERS FOR EDUCATORS FOR ADMINISTRATORS
    • A more detailed statement of the functionality and outputs that will be required of the ICT system
    • Document that the Technical ICT Specialist is able to develop into a Contract Specification
    • Articulates the requirements in functional terms, rather than technical terms
    • Ensures that educationalists, managers and administrators are able to define what they want from the system in their own terms
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org What is an ICT Functional Specification!
    • Step 1: ICT Vision Statement
    • Step 2: ICT Functional Specification
    • Step 3: ICT Technical Specification
    • Step 4: Procurement
    • Step 5: Installation and commissioning
    • Step 6: Handover and Training
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org Reminder of the process for ICT Time Support for change needed People
  • Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org Information gathering sources ICT Functional Specification Partners Learning Resource Centre workshop Curriculum planning documents Staff and SGB meetings Design Team meetings Industry standard input DoE input Virtual Learning Environment workshop Effective Learning Historic aspects Curriculum groups
  • Total Cost of Ownership Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • Be brave!
    • Action without Vision is Frantic
    • Vision without Action is dreaming
    • Vision with Action will change the world
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • Phase 1: Emerging
    • beginning stages of ICT development
    • school has some equipment and software donated
    • administrators and educators are just starting to explore the possibilities
    • still firmly grounded in traditional, educator-centered practice
    • odd teachers may be running some computer literacy lessons or courses
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • Phase 2: Applying
    • new understandings of the contributions of ICTs to learning have developed
    • administrators and educators use ICTs for tasks already carried out in school management and in the curriculum
    • educators’ lectures may be supplemented with ICT use
    • Learners use ICT tools in limited ways to complete required lessons
    • access to technology is through one or two classroom computers and computer labs
    • emphasis is on educators teaching about the computer and not learners learning with the computer
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • Phase 3: Integrating
    • range of technologies in laboratories, classrooms and administrative offices
    • staff explore new ways in which ICTs change their personal productivity and professional practice
    • curriculum begins to merge subject areas to reflect real-world applications
    • learners choose projects and ICT tools to learn and demonstrate their knowledge across learning areas
    • More flexibility to combine subjects and time periods
    • learners have choices with regard to learning styles and pathways
    • staff development and support in the integration of ICT
    • more responsibility for own learning and assessment
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • Phase 4: Transforming
    • school has used ICTs creatively to rethink and renew school organisation
    • ICTs become an integral though invisible part of the daily personal productivity and professional practice
    • focus of the curriculum is now learner-centered and integrates learning areas in real-world applications
    • learners’ access to technology is broad and unrestricted
      • educators have undergone training and support in ICT integration
      • have planned and implemented new approaches to teaching and learning that include the use of ICT as a supporting tool
    • take more responsibility for their own learning and assessment
    • school has become a center of learning for the community.
    Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org
  • Learning to Learn in the 21st Century www.edunova.org EDUNOVA Learning to Learn in the 21st Century