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El programa que permite a las instituciones educativa innovar con Herramientas TIC, y la cual se está implementando en nuestra institución

El programa que permite a las instituciones educativa innovar con Herramientas TIC, y la cual se está implementando en nuestra institución

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  • ELIMArequipa Perú
  • Are your students preparedfor employment in today’s21st century workforce?
  • Supporting 21st centuryskills developmentMore than 50% of today’s jobs IT employment will rise by 5.8 Within 10 years, 60% of jobsrequire some technology skills, million jobs in 4 years; and that exist will be ones thatand experts say that percentage 51% of total IT employment don’t exist today. 2will increase to 77% in the will be software related; creatingnext decade. 1 75K new businesses. 1 Skills are key to the prosperity of nations and to better lives forThere are several studies that suggest there will be a significant gap in the individuals in the 21st century.next 5 to 10 years between the demand for and supply of IT They contribute to economic growthprofessionals with the right technical skills. According to Certification both directly, through increasedMagazine, an IDC study places that gap at 40% productivity, and indirectly, by creating greater capacity to adopt new technologies and ways of working and to spur innovation. 3 3
  • What is theMicrosoft IT AcademyProgram? It is a College and Career ready Education Program available to all academic institutions, designed to provide students with the 21st century technology skills necessary to acquire certification, and be competitive in today’s rapidly evolving workplace. As well as provide educators and staff with professional development opportunities. 4
  • What needs do employers, institutions,educators, and students have? EMPLOYERS want: INSTITUTIONS want: • Skilled employees • Cost effective solutions • Productive workers • To attract new students and talent • Job-ready recruits • To bridge the technology skills gap • Enriched communities EDUCATORS want: STUDENTS want: • Relevant curriculum resources • To be College and Career Ready • Tools to better prepare students • Proficient to get work done for 21st century jobs • Time-saving options • Hands-on experience • Professional development opportunities 5
  • Microsoft IT Academy BenefitsFor Educators, Staff, and Students: Save Educators Lower institution Provide Validate skills Benefit from a Time through Costs through professional through partnership Curriculum: Resources: development certification: with Microsoft: opportunitiesE-Learning, Lesson Plans, One low cost provides Curriculum Prepare students for Training, FAQ, Test Banks, Digital curriculum for every resources, Teacher today’s careers with best practice, Literacy Academic student, faculty Certification Starter curriculum aligned to Member website, pricing on additional and staff Kit, and academic Microsoft Certification logo, and posters resources pricing on MCP exam vouchers, MCT membership and E-reference Providing industry-leading training resources and Microsoft Certifications to enhance employability and college readiness, and encourage life-long learning 6
  • Flexible design to meet the needs ofyour program and students> A roadmap for Educator and Student> Microsoft IT Academy delivers the link between what schools want and what educators and students need Proficiency skills to be college ready or career ready Educator: Student: > Increase Skills > Proficient with Technology Overall proof is > Confidence with Technology > Office Certification and > Ready to use curriculum > Windows student achievement > Flexible to meet needs > Windows Server Employment with 21st century skills 7
  • Why an Academic Institution shouldconsider enrolling in the IT AcademyProgram To link academic To assist educators learning to real-world with professional job skills helping To keep pace with changing technology development students graduate with opportunities the technology and curriculum demands helping bridge their knowledge required by technology skills gap today’s job market 8
  • Appendix
  • Fast facts: Over 10,000 Microsoft IT Academies are located in 160 countries. Institutions by country • Helps students graduate with the technology skills required to be successful in today’s job market • Provides institutions with a comprehensive and cost-effective solution for teaching and learning about Microsoft technologies • Provides professional development resources for educators and IT staff Institution types • Helps position institutions as a center of technology access and community development 10
  • What types of accreditedacademic institutions canbenefit? Universities, Secondary Correspondence Military Colleges or Schools Schools Academies Junior Colleges Libraries and Vocational and Scientific or Health Trade Schools Technical Schools Academies 11
  • How the Microsoft ITAcademy Program can help: INSTITUTIONS and ADMINISTRATORS High-Value, cost-effective solution for teaching and learning about Microsoft technologies Promotes academic institution as a member of the Microsoft IT Academy global community Professional development resources for educators and IT Staff Enhances student employability 12
  • How the Microsoft ITAcademy Program can help: EDUCATORS Increase skills and confidence with technology Comprehensive curriculum ready to use saving educators time Professional development opportunities for educators and staff 13
  • How the Microsoft ITAcademy Program can help: STUDENTS Prepares students for employability Validates skills through internationally-recognized Microsoft professional credentials Provides online resources for anytime-anywhere learning 14
  • Value of Microsoft IT Academy benefitsif purchased separately:BENEFIT COST*MOS-Information Worker E-Learning Collection for $3,000MCTS/MCITP E-Learning Collection for 30 studentsE-Reference Library (5 licenses) $34900 $43,750 $1,250 Total estimatedMicrosoft Certified Trainer (MCT) (one MCT) $400 annual value of an individualMarketing Materials, Collateral $300 school/campus ITMOS & MTA Exams Teacher Starter Kit (10 MOS & 20 Academy membershipMTA vouchers) $1,560Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) Exams for 30 $2,340students* Values expressed in US dollars based on usage. 15
  • Can an institution add The MicrosoftIT Academy Program to an existingMicrosoft Volume LicensingAgreement? Enrollment for Education Solutions, Open Value Subscription for Education Solutions or a School Agreement: The Microsoft IT Academy Program can be added during agreement renewal, or at any time during the agreement period. An Authorized Education Reseller or Larger Account Reseller (LAR) can help set this up. YE EES and School Agreement SKU: 54R-00098 Academic Select Plus Agreement: OVS-ES SKU: 54R-00141 The Microsoft IT Academy Program can be added during agreement renewal, or at any time during the agreement period. An Authorized Education S Reseller or Larger Account Reseller (LAR) can help set this up. Academic Select Plus SKU: 54R-00098 16
  • CurriculumSaving educators time > E-Learning > Lesson Plans > E-Reference Library > Digital Literacy > MOAC > MOC > LCDS 17
  • The Microsoft IT Academycurriculum solution: Resources included with a Additional resources Microsoft IT Academy Membership available at a discounted rate E-Learning Academic Curriculum Lesson Plans Test BankMicrosoft Digital Literacy Other Content Professional Curriculum 18
  • Curriculum: Technologies Covered: Office, Windows client,E-Learning Windows Server, SQL Server, Visual Studio and Dynamics>WHAT IS IT?: Fast Facts: Unlimited access to up to 250 award-winning internet accessible E-Learning can be used by educators Microsoft E-Learning courses. Available in multiple languages. and staff for Professional Development Note: Not all content is localized in all languages. Can be used by students as standalone self-study course or supplementary>VALUE TO EDUCATORS: to classroom instruction Use E-Learning as the core curriculum or supplementary to an existing Takes only a few minutes to provision curriculum both in and out of the classroom. a course to multiple students Manage multiple E-Learning courses for a single class and easily assign For an additional fee, IT Academy activities using the group-level messaging feature. members can purchase non-Microsoft E-Learning titles Access usage reports for each of their students to ensure progress.>VALUE TO STUDENTS: More hands-on practice through a multimedia learning experience. Can be used as self-study in and out of the classroom allowing students to capture concepts at their own pace. 19
  • Curriculum: Technologies Covered: Specialized Lesson Plans on Office 2010, SharePoint, Windows 7, Windows ServerLesson Plans 2008, Expression Web and Exam Readiness Kits (ERK) mapping to Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) .>WHAT IS IT?: Fast Facts: Supplemental lessons based upon certification exam objectives. Includes Lesson plans Include: links to relevant E-Learning, free demos and videos. • Links to E-Learning • Quiz material>VALUE TO EDUCATORS: • Student projects Saves time with ready to use lesson plans to use as is, or to customize • References to videos to be used for specific teaching and learning goals. in class or out of class for reinforcement Supplements E-Learning and maps to Certification. Includes ready to use project-based learning activities for higher education, high school and middle school students.>VALUE TO STUDENTS: Allows students to use project-based learning activities to demonstrate and practice skills on Microsoft Technologies and prepare for certification. 20
  • Curriculum: Technologies Covered: The library includes topics on: Office & Productivity Applications, Operating Systems,E-Reference Databases & Reporting Tools, Web Applications & Services, Hardware and Gadgets, Home Networking & Security, and Entertainment & Gaming.>WHAT IS IT?: Internet access on any device with an internet connection and browser Fast Facts: to over 120 technology books. 5 Educators and other staff employed at the institution can use Available for up to five educators or staff within the institution. E-Reference for Professional Development – which helps to lower PD budgets>VALUE TO EDUCATORS: Over 120 titles available for Used in the classroom, educators can print pages of content or activities online access to use with students. Access supported via internet Used for professional development, educators can search, add books to connection and browser a personal bookshelf, bookmark, and make notes.>VALUE TO STUDENTS: Educators can print for student reference and classroom use. 21
  • Curriculum: Technologies Covered: Computer Basics, The Internet andDigital Literacy World Wide Web, Productivity Programs, Computer Security and Privacy Digital Lifestyles (which covers digital media).>WHAT IS IT?: Fast Facts: The Microsoft Digital Literacy E-Learning curriculum provides essential Digital Literacy includes computing skills for learners new to computing. E-Learning and assessments so students can skip concepts they>VALUE TO EDUCATORS: have mastered and focus on the topics they need to round out their Digital Literacy can be used as a refresher for some students and as a skills set. means of exploring new topics for others. Available Languages: English, Thai, A Digital Literacy Certificate Test for students who want to demonstrate Latin American Spanish, Brazilian their mastery of all five courses is available for printing. Portuguese, Danish, Polish, Japanese, European Portuguese, French, German, Italian, Hungarian.>VALUE TO STUDENTS: Turkish, Russian, and Arabic. Digital Literacy can be used as self-study to get ramped up on basic computer skills and online safety. 22
  • Curriculum: Technologies Covered: Office, Windows Client,Microsoft Official Windows Server, SQL Server, Visual Studio, and MTAAcademic Curriculum (MOAC)>WHAT IS IT?: Fast Facts: Microsoft Official Academic Curriculum (MOAC) provides everything academic MOAC maps to the following educators need to plan, prepare, and conduct hands‐on classes covering Microsoft Certifications: Microsoft technologies. The MOAC series can be taught over a period of 8, 10, 16, or 18 weeks. • Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) • Microsoft Technology Associate>VALUE TO EDUCATORS: (MTA) • Microsoft Certified Technology MOAC is used as the core curriculum and includes textbooks, lab manuals, Specialist (MCTS) educators resources, course setup ideas, lecture outlines, teaching tips, online • Microsoft Certified IT labs, assessments PowerPoint slide presentations, and instructor guides. Professional (MCITP) • Microsoft Certified Professional Wiley Faculty Network seminars help prepare to teach current and Developer (MCPD) new technology.>VALUE TO STUDENTS: MOAC includes textbooks, lab manuals, online labs and practice certification exams for specific titles. 23
  • Curriculum: Technologies Covered: Maps to Microsoft TechnologyMicrosoft Official Specialist, IT Professional, and Professional Developer certification exams.Curriculum (MOC)>WHAT IS IT?: Fast Facts: Microsoft Official Curriculum (MOC) is instructor led training intended for IT Academic pricing for MOC materials professionals and developers who build, support, and implement Microsoft is limited to Microsoft IT Academy solutions. members at the Volume Licensing and Advanced level. MOC products are designed for short-term courses such as seminars, workshops, and clinics and are can be adapted for classroom use. MOC labs require use of Microsoft Virtual PC, which enables two or more operating systems to run>VALUE TO EDUCATORS: concurrently on one computer. One virtual computer can host the virtual MOC is available in several formats including: Course, Workshop, Clinic, and PC labs that provide students with a Seminar that can be adapted for classroom use as the core curriculum. fully configured and consistent learning environment. MOC includes student workbook, lab setup guide, instructor guide, and hands-on labs to help prepare students for the given technology.>VALUE TO STUDENTS: Opportunity to learn and experience hands-on Microsoft technologies. 24
  • Learning ContentDevelopment System (LCDS) >WHAT IS IT?: The Microsoft Learning Content Development System (LCDS) is a free tool that enables educators to create high-quality, interactive, online courses. The LCDS allows anyone to publish E-Learning courses and Learning Snacks by completing the easy-to-use LCDS forms that seamlessly generate highly customized content, interactive activities, quizzes, games, assessments, animations, demos, and other. Online tool > WHAT DOES THE LCDS OFFER?: › Develop and deliver content quickly, while it is timely and relevant › Web content can be hosted in a learning management system › Choose from a wide variety of forms for authoring rich e-learning content and Silverlight-based interactive components › Develop course structure and easily rearrange it at any time 25
  • Member WebsiteThe Microsoft IT Academymember web site containsthe Microsoft Translatortool that can translate theentire site into 35 differentlanguages.Select your language ofchoice and the pages areautomatically localized. 26
  • CertificationValidating Skills > Student Employability > Academic Certification > Certification Paths > Microsoft Certification Family > Roadmap to Employability > Become a Test Center 27
  • Certification =Employability for Students91% of Hiring Managers 79% of Hiring Managers 89% of supervisors sayconsider employee certification feel that certified individuals that Microsoft Officeas a criterion for hiring 1 are more efficient 1 certified employees are more proficient users of81% of Hiring Managers feel Microsoft Office programs 3 53% of individuals believethat certified individuals obtaining a certificationperform better 1 makes them more marketable 2Sources “It’s truly a global marketplace, especially in the IT world. If you don’t have a certification 1 MCP Program Satisfaction Study 2010 that validates you have the needed skills, you’re at a significant disadvantage.” 2 Intrepid Survey 3 Certiport Research,2009 Bill Doherty, @ONE Project, College System of California 28
  • Academic CertificationEducators can stay current with the IT industry and students gaincredentials to showcase proven technical skills on Microsofttechnologies to potential employers by earning a Microsoft Fast Facts:Certification. Members receive academic pricing on select Microsoft Helps differentiate students as they pursue a career in technology.Certification exams. Exams can be taken onsite and included as anintegral part of the course. Helps institutions get the most out of their technology investment by validating real world knowledgeALL IT Academy Program Curriculum formats prepare individuals and skills.for Certification. Exams can be taken onsite andTypes of Certifications: included as an integral part of the course.Step 1: Digital Literacy Certificate - BeginnerStep 2: Microsoft Office Specialist – Application SpecialistStep 3: New Technologists – Technology AssociateStep 4: Technology Specialist – Product SpecialistStep 5: IT Pro or Professional Developer – Job role specific 29
  • Certification paths Microsoft Information Digital Worker Literacy IT Professional and Developer Certifications 30
  • Microsoft Certification Family Microsoft Certified ARCHITECT Microsoft Certified MASTER Microsoft Office Specialist MASTER Microsoft Certified IT PROFESSIONAL / PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPER Microsoft Office Specialist Microsoft Certified EXPERT TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST Microsoft Technology Microsoft Office ASSOCIATE SPECIALIST IT Certifications MOS Certifications 31
  • Certification:Roadmap to Employability Secondary Higher Education Employment Microsoft Digital Literacy Complimentary IT Skills Training 32
  • Become a Testing CenterAll IT Academy Program members are eligible to become a TestingCenter Fast Facts:to offer students and educators convenient, onsite testing. There is no start-up cost to become a test center.There are two exam delivery partners to work with: IT Academy members will be able to Certiport offer students onsite testing. Office and Technology Associate Certifications www.certiport.com Certiport and/or Prometric offer great support. Gain access to marketing campaigns Prometric to help communicate the value of IT Professional and Developer Certifications certification to students. http://www.prometric.com/ITA/Institutions will need to appoint a Testing Center Administratorand Accept the Terms & Conditions 33
  • ProfessionalDevelopmentKeeping educators current  Educator readiness and Professional Development Certification  E-Learning  -E-Reference  Teacher Starter Kit  Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT) 34
  • Educator Readiness andProfessional DevelopmentEducators at participating IT Academy institutions have a unique opportunity to leverageALL the resources in the IT Academy Program to update their skills on the latesttechnologies and continue their own professional development. This benefit will help tolower costs for the institution and provides educators with the flexibility to learn anytime,anywhere. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 PREPARE VALIDATE JOINLearn new skills by leveraging the Validate skills by taking a Certification Join a community of over 15,000IT Academy curriculum resources • Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) instructors and educators• E-Learning PD libraries • Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) • Use the FREE subscription to• E-Reference • Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP) join the Microsoft Certified• MOC Trainer program 35
  • Curriculum: Technologies Covered: Office, Windows client,E-Learning Windows Server, SQL Server, Visual Studio and Dynamics>WHAT IS IT?: Fast Facts: Unlimited access to up to 250 award-winning internet accessible Educators and other staff employed Microsoft E-Learning course collections available in 17 languages. at the institution can use E-Learning Note: Not all content is localized in all languages. for Professional Development – which helps to lower professional>VALUE TO EDUCATORS: development budgets Use E-Learning as the core curriculum or supplementary to an existing Can be used as a standalone self- curriculum both in and out of the classroom. study course or as supplementary to classroom instruction Manage multiple E-Learning courses for a single class and easily assign Takes only a few minutes to activities using the group-level messaging feature. provision a course to multiple students Access usage reports for each of their students to ensure progress. For an additional fee, IT Academy members can purchase>VALUE TO STUDENTS: non-Microsoft E-Learning More hands-on practice through a multimedia learning experience. Can be used as self-study in and out of the classroom allowing students to capture concepts at their own pace. 36
  • Curriculum: Technologies Covered: The library includes topics on: Office & Productivity Applications, Operating Systems,E-Reference Databases & Reporting Tools, Web Applications & Services, Hardware and Gadgets, Home Networking & Security, and Entertainment & Gaming.>WHAT IS IT?: Internet access on any device with an internet connection and browser Fast Facts: to over 120 technology books. 5 Educators and other staff employed at the institution can use Available for up to five educators or staff within the institution. E-Reference for Professional Development – which helps to lower PD budgets>VALUE TO EDUCATORS: Over 120 titles available for Used in the classroom, educators can print pages of content or activities online access to use with students. Access supported via internet Used for professional development, educators can search, add books to connection and browser a personal bookshelf, bookmark, and make notes.>VALUE TO STUDENTS: Educators can print for student reference and classroom use. 37
  • Teacher Starter Kit Microsoft Office Specialist - Helps validate your proficiency in using Microsoft Office 2010 and meets the demand for the most up-to-date skills on some of the latest Microsoft technologies. You may now request ten complimentary MOS exam vouchers annually for professional development. Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) – An entry-level exam and certification from Microsoft that validates essential building block knowledge for aspiring IT professionals and developers. As an IT Academy member, you are already teaching Microsoft technology. With the MTA Campus License, educators can save valuable planning time by administering exams right in the classroom with just a web browser. You may now request twenty complimentary MTA exam vouchers annually for your professional development.Get Started: Go Deeper:Use the Microsoft Office Specialist or Microsoft Use the discounted Microsoft Certified ProfessionalTechnology Associate complimentary exams to earn exams to achieve a Microsoft Certified Technologyyour certification. Specialist, Microsoft Certified Professional Developer, or Microsoft Certified IT Professional credential. 38
  • Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT)The Microsoft Certified Trainer program provides tools, resources, andother benefits to help you thrive as both a technologist and an educator.The benefits can help you build, maintain, and prove your expertise on Fast Facts:Microsoft products and technologies, as well as help you prepare for, Over 15,000 Instructors/Educators inteach, and support blended learning solutions. The MCT program offers a the community today.large and dynamic range of benefits, including these highlights: Can download all the Microsoft Official Curriculum Trainer guides > IT Academies receive 1 FREE > Courseware support from the MCT Portal. membership to the MCT Program > Invitations to join beta programs for Through this community we can help > 25% discount on additional Microsoft software prepare members on the latest memberships technologies and tips on deliver a > Exclusive invitations to and discounts on > MCT Welcome Kit particular course. Microsoft events > Use of MCT Logo > MCT readiness support > MCT Community > OneNote trainer preparation packs > MCT Private members site > MCT Special Offers page > MCT Download Center 39
  • MarketingResourcesPartnership > Marketing Resources 40
  • Marketing Resources Promote your position of education leadership. Fast Facts: Members are the first to hear about Resources to get started with IT Academy new products, curriculum and membership are sent in the welcome kit: certifications coming to market. http://www.Microsoft.com/education/MSIT IT Academy members are invited to Academy/benefits/marketingresources.mspx local, regional, global events. Use the Microsoft, IT Academy Program IT Academy members get the Member logo to market your program opportunity to participate in membership. marketing campaigns that will promote their institution, teachers and students. Get free posters, videos, and other marketing collateral on the IT Academy member site. Receive a monthly IT Academy newsletter to get program updates. 41
  • Testimonial VideosThe Microsoft IT Academy websitecontains a set of videos fromIT Academy members who havesuccessfully implemented theIT Academy program in theirinstitutions.To view all videos, go to:http://www.microsoft.com/itacademy/success-stories.aspx
  • Customer Quotes ―The power behind the ―The E-Learning element of ―The Microsoft IT Academy Microsoft IT Academy the Microsoft IT Academy is a perfect example of Program name has helped Program has been great how our state is leading us recruit more quality because it helps us create the way in preparing high students, which allows us a flexible learning school students for college to do what we do best: environment for students.‖ and career‖ train them.‖ — Ronald Bryant, — Bill Harrison, Statewide ATTAIN Coordinator, Chairman, — Terry Hand, State University of New York North Carolina State Computer Information Systems (SUNY), United States Board of Education. Instructor, Ogeechee Technical College, United States 43
  • Why renew your membership?360 Academic Solution> Lesson Plans> Recently updated E-Learning includes new search capabilities, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012, SharePoint 2010 and localized Office 2010 courses.> Microsoft Office 2010 Test BanksNew and Improved Website> Includes Single click benefit activation and a Translation tool for over 30 languages Renew today and receive 15% off theTeacher Starter Kit subscription price!Includes 10 MOS and 20 MTA exam vouchersMaintain your Benefits - Prepare your Students for the Future
  • Resource links > Microsoft IT Academy web site: www.microsoftitacademy.com > Microsoft IT Academy Licensing Options: http://www.microsoft.com/licensing/licensing-options/for-industries.aspx#tab=2 > Getting started with Microsoft IT Academy: https://www.microsoft.com/itacademy/members/start/start-default.aspx > Case studies and videos: http://www.microsoft.com/itacademy/success-stories.aspx > Contact us: http://www.microsoft.com/itacademy/contact-us.aspx 45
  • Microsoft is more than justsoftware…It’s how we connect. 46
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