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  • 1. Rome, 4-5 December 2008
    • Giovanni Biondi , EUN Chairman
    • Are ICT introduced in schools?
  • 2. The first EUN meeting took place in Brussels i n 1998 and the situation was this:
    • TV was the dominant entertainment technology
    • There was a limited use of PCs in schools . In American schools, where the use of PCs was more widespread ( 1 pc every 10 students ), the PC was used at least once a week but only in 6% of the cases
    • The use of mobile phones was not very common amongst young people
    The beginnings
  • 3. Source: La vita quotidiana di bambini e ragazzi, Indagine ISTAT (2008) In the period 2000 - 2008 the % of children and young people (3-17) who use a PC rises from 41.7% to 59.8% What has happened over the last ten years
  • 4. Internet usage rate moves from 28.5% in 2000 to 66.9% in 2008 In the same period the use of mobile phones increases amongst young people: the percentage has increased from 55,6% to 92% (with the largest increase to be found amongst the younger ones) Fonte: La vita quotidiana di bambini e ragazzi, Indagine ISTAT (2008) What has happened over the last ten years
  • 5.
    • The whole scenario has changed
    • there are now numerous technological devices
    • available to the general public and there are new uses for traditional devices
    What has happened over the last ten years
  • 6.
    • For example, mobile phones are not used simply to phone but also for :
      • sending/receiving messages ( 81,3% )
      • playing games ( above 50% )
      • Keeping a telephone directory ( 42,7% )
    Source: La vita quotidiana di bambini e ragazzi, Indagine ISTAT (2008) What has happened over the last ten years
  • 7.
      • 4. taking and sending photos ( 38,8% ). This function is at the seventh place, followed by:
      • 5. shooting, sending and receiving videos ( 15,2% ), recording conversations ( 10,3% ) , using the diary ( 11,2% ), connecting to the internet ( 4,2% )
    What has happened over the last ten years Source: La vita quotidiana di bambini e ragazzi, Indagine ISTAT (2008)
  • 8.
    • Developments of computer labs and huge investments for
    • making hardware widely available
    • Convinction that ICT in schools equals having PC s
    • Low level of interest in digital contents that still in the second
    • half of the 90s are considered of low quality
    • Use of the PC as a device, mainly for word processing
    Past trends
  • 9.
    • A technological scenario characterized by a plurality of tools and their necessary integration
    • Transition from web 1.0 to web 2.0 , the social net
    • Dismissal of the e-learning platforms inspired by transmissive model in favour of Knowledge Management and Learning Environment models based on activities
    Future trends
  • 10.
    • LO characterized by the SCORM standards
    • Repositories
    • Copyright and the relationship between commercial and free content produced by teachers (for example, digital assets and LO)
    Development of new digital content
  • 11. Development of new digital content
    • ICT migrates FROM the computer labs INTO the classrooms with :
    • Interactive Whiteboards
    • New organisation of teaching
      • (schools without classes, integration of different media and books, collaboration among schools as in e-Twinning)
    • ECDL gives place to the New Digital Skills
  • 12. The present These are the Eminent themes and these are the priorities for the EUN work-programme!
  • 13. The Future in already on! A selection from YouTube: A vision of students today By M. Wesch, Kansas State University A short video summarizing the most important characteristics of students today - how they learn, what they need to learn, their goals, hopes, dreams, what their lives will be like,… or Education Today and Tomorrow Pay Attention Thanks