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  • the environment around the world is changingEconomic downturnsRapid political changeIncreased ICT access and useGreater market competitivenessMany countries are at inflection point where the decisions made today will set the stage for future economic growth or possibly decline.How we educate our children will be key!
  • With the shift to the student-centered model, teachers take on the role of facilitator and help guide the students in their learning. In this environment, students can manage their time and take more control of their learning. They can access different mediums for learning in a way that fits their needs. They can master higher level critical thinking, problem solving and collaborative skills. In addition, robust ICT allows teachers and students more easy access to the world outside the classroom, allowing them to connect with resources, experts and other schools and students–which greatly enriches the classroom and learning experience.ICT makes this type of learning possible.Project based learning, team work and personalized learning–critical 21st century methodologies are possible with this new model
  • Professional development of TeachersiskeyLocal Digital Content forIntergratedCurriculumDeployment of technologyfor ‘in-school’ and ‘after-school’ usageA Holistic framework to consider all aspects of national education systemLeads to a strategic discussion supporting government objectivesIntel’s model of education transformation is a systemic approach that supports best practices for achieving reform, and is based on educational research. Intel combines advocacy for policy reform, curriculum, standards and assessment, sustained professional development efforts, information and communications technology, and support of research and evaluation to help countries create an effective approach to 21st century education. When all of these components are successfully integrated and implemented, real education transformation can take place. The systemic education transformation model, supported by Intel, helps create and sustain education excellence. ‘The role of the educator has to be to Prepare students for jobs that haven’t been created… …solve problems that may not even yet exist.¨Give students the inspiration to bring something extra to the world.¨
  • Intel supports governments & Schools inachieving their goals with innovative education programs,technology and resourcesMore than $1 billion invested 200 programs in 80 countriesWorking with Governments, NGOs, & technology companies worldwide

e-Uttar Pradesh 2013 - IT in Education -  Srinivas S, Director, South Asia – INTEL e-Uttar Pradesh 2013 - IT in Education - Srinivas S, Director, South Asia – INTEL Presentation Transcript

  • “Student Centered Learning” – The foundation to 21st Century Skills Srinivas Tadigadapa Director- Intel South Asia 1
  • The future is now… and so is urgency for action How we educate is Key 2 INTEL CONFIDENTIAL
  • Education is more than learning outcomes…. •Technology and media literacy •Effective communication •Critical thinking •Problem solving •Collaboration 3 INTEL CONFIDENTIAL
  • Student centered learning: The foundation to 21Century Skills…. ICT enables education transformation 4 INTEL CONFIDENTIAL
  • Evolution to 21st Century Education Knowledge Creation 1:1 eLearning Classroom eLearning Knowledge Deepening PC Labs Pedagogical Practice Knowledge Acquisition 5 INTEL CONFIDENTIAL Basic ICT Administrative and basic lesson planning ICT and core subjects taught separately (~25:1) Project-based learning for some core subjects (~5:1) Integrated learning environment for creating knowledge Learning Value (COW)
  • Consider a Holistic Framework 6 INTEL CONFIDENTIAL
  • It Takes More Than ICT to Transform Education • Full eLearning projects with laptops, Intel® Leaning Series, local content, broadband connectivity, and professional development. • Nigeria result = 25% improvement in student enrollment and performance • Argentina result = improvements in language and math Argentina 7 7 7 Source: Source: Center for Studies in Public Policy and La Punta University, http://www.fundacioncepp.org.ar/, www.ulp.edu.ar INTEL CONFIDENTIAL
  • Intel Investment in Education 200+ Programs, >80 countries Decade of Commitment Intel Teach Intel Learn, Science Fairs, STEM 21st Century Skills Investing for Our Future 1:1 Education Intel Learning Series Solutions Pilots, Development Kits, BKM Education Cloud, Content Bundles 8 INTEL CONFIDENTIAL
  • Students will not just take good jobs; they need to create jobs. Thank You www.intel.com/education Students will not just take good jobs; they need to create jobs. 9 INTEL CONFIDENTIAL