Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
Frans Van Assche
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×

Introducing the official SlideShare app

Stunning, full-screen experience for iPhone and Android

Text the download link to your phone

Standard text messaging rates apply

Frans Van Assche

1,895
views

Published on

Published in: Business, Technology

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
1,895
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
3
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
2
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. A Vision of The Future Rome – 12 June 2009 Frans Van Assche European Schoolnet Slides can be reused with attribution Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 2. Trying to understand Is there a common picture emerging? What is changing and what is not With thanks to Jan, Jerome, Keith, Per, Alexa, Patricia, … Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 3. 3 The Hype curve Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 4. 4 Societal Organisational Trends possibilities Learner Technical Needs possibilities Analysis Matching of needs, possibilities given the current status Change Management Design Models of Teacher Needs Models of the ICT System Migration current Networked Requirement Plans Specifications schooling School Incremental (Empirical) System Feedback Implementation Study Development of pilots Feedback Schools Implemented ICT System Migration Implemented Today pilots Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 5. 5 Diploma Planning Assessment Learning Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 6. 6 Interactions Coach Mentor The Subject World Expert Self Co- (over time) Learners Learning Material Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 7. 7 Educational Goals now and in 2020 • Improvement of Quality or avoiding the worsening of quality leading for instance to dropouts • Cost reduction • Equity, inclusion NOT CHANGED Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 8. 8 Societal Organisational Trends possibilities Learner Technical Needs possibilities Analysis Matching of needs, possibilities given the current status Change Management Design Models of Teacher Needs Models of the ICT System Migration current Networked Requirement Plans Specifications schooling School Incremental (Empirical) System Feedback Implementation Study Development of pilots Feedback Schools Implemented ICT System Migration Implemented Today pilots Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 9. 9 Needs related to learning • 21st century skills – What exactly??? • Personalisation Learner – Individualisation Needs – Group collaboration – Differentiation – Self regulated • Reduce dropouts – Engagement, fascination Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 10. 10 What can be personalised • Based on personal traits • what should be learned in terms of skills • how it should be learned in terms of – the learning material to be used – the environment to be used (e.g. tools and infrastructures) – the human roles involved (e.g. subject expert, or co- learners) – the pedagogy to be applied which then manifests itself as a planned sequence of learning events Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 11. 11 Trends in society Societal Trends • Emancipation – Education at school more than at home – School as a care taker • Too wealthy? – From how can I get a bit more comfort to how do I spend my free time. Why would I learn? • Mass media Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 12. 12 Conduits 40 years ago and now Now 40 years ago • Face-to-face speech • Powerpoint • • Blackboard • Hypermedia Face to face speech • Books – Reading • Blackboard • Handwritten/Typed – Authoring • School TV documents • Interactive software • Books • Mobile telephone • Alerts • Handwritten/Typed • Video • Common canvas documents – Viewing • SMS • Telephone – Composing • Netmeetings • Chat • Interactive video • Forums • Webcam • Hotseats • Speech Synthesis • Avatars • Speech recognotion • Email Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 13. 13 Organisational possibilities Organisational possibilities • No higher workload for teachers • No reinvention of education every four years. Well motivated evolution. • Who pays? Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 14. 14 Technical possibilities • Technology changing the discourse – Google Technical – Instant messaging possibilities – Skype – Deli.cio.us – Flickr – Slideshare – Facebook – Twitter – Google waves • Digital educational resources Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 15. Possible Elements of New Educational Models in 2020 Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 16. 16 Types of interaction NOT CHANGED Coach Mentor The Subject World Expert Self Co- (over time) Learners Learning Material Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 17. 17 CHANGED Coach Mentor The Subject World Expert Self Co- (over time) Learners Learning Material Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 18. 18 Teacher role • Now more emphasis on being a coach • In 2020 – More emphasis on coaching metalearning – More like a one minute manager? Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 19. 19 Trends in schools and society • From Technofobia to acceptance of ICT and multimedia • From subject lecturing to multidisciplinary activity • From institutional education towards ambient schooling Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 20. 20 A Copernican (r)evolution c e te n x is - e C o Student coming School following to the school the student Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 21. 21 Trends (2) • Towards peer learning and micro learning • Towards integration and synchronisation of technology – Information – Resources – Networks Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 22. 22 Resources • Higher quality resources – More interactive – More engaging (e.g. games) • High quality will drive out the bad quality • Discovery will be much more effective – HCI – Competency/skills related discovery – Social networking discovery Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 23. 23 Diploma Planning Assessment Learning Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 24. 24 Assessment • What should and can we assess? E.g. when introducing games • How should we assess given the 21st century skills development? Combetency/skills based. • When do we assess. End of trimester? • Who should assess? – Teacher, learner, system • Are there technological tools? – Assessment resources – Competency based Knowledge Space Theory (CmKST) Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 25. 25 Planning & Scaffolding • How do we do it when higher personalisation is the goal • Who does the planning and scaffolding? – Teacher – Learner – System aid • To what extent will parents allow self-regulated learning? Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 26. 26 Digital divide • Digital divide of teachers instead of learners • In service training – Teachers need to learn or be aware of ADHD, obesitas, climate change, autism, … – Digital learning resources for in-service training – New discourse and communication for in-service training – New assessment and planning for in-service training Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet
  • 27. Thanks ? Rome Frans Van Assche 12 June 2009 European Schoolnet