Korean ICT Teachers Delegation Visit to ICT Center
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Presentation to Korean ICT Educators at the National Science Foundation funded National Center for Information and Communications Technologies on the campus of Springfield Technical Community College.

Presentation to Korean ICT Educators at the National Science Foundation funded National Center for Information and Communications Technologies on the campus of Springfield Technical Community College.

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  • 1. 참 잘 오셨소 , 어서 오십시오 The National Center for Information and Communications Technologies www.ictcenter.org A National Science Foundation Advanced Technological Education Resource Center of Excellence focused on Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) This material is based on work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Number DUE 0302548. Any opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect those of the National Science Foundation.
  • 2. Your Questions
    • What projects are you currently running for schools in the USA?
    • What criteria do you use for the evaluation of schools and students?
    • Are you currently involved in any projects with specific schools, and if so, what projects are you involved in?
    • From your perspective, what is the future for ICT in schools?
  • 3. History
    • A division of Springfield Technical Community College in Springfield, Massachusetts.
    • Began in 1997 serving New England and New York secondary and post-secondary institutions as Northeast Center for Telecom Tech.
    • Focused on areas of computer networking, fiber-optics and wireless communications.
  • 4. History, continued
    • Changed from the Northeast Center to the National Center in 2002
    • Expanded from “physical layer” content offerings to encompass emerging technologies and more comprehensive technician education
  • 5. Our Primary Goal
    • Create a comprehensive and sustainable national education system for the Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) industries.
  • 6. Three Challenges
    • How can ICT pedagogy - both content and means of delivery - be kept current?
    • How can a group of highest quality subject matter experts be readily engaged?
    • How can the best of this knowledge be shared and disseminated across the nation quickly?
  • 7. Community of Practice A new vision for ICT education, partnership and collaboration
    • An expanding group of of academic professionals and industry experts who share a common goal of ensuring a quality and industry-relevant education for all ICT students
    • Spans Grade 11 through community college and four-year college levels
    • Formal partnerships with 14 academic institutions in 10 states
  • 8. NCTT’s Actions
    • Develop a nationally validated set of ICT skill standards
    • Quickly disseminate innovative, effective, and current curriculum models to faculty
    • Make the knowledge of subject matter experts readily accessible to industry and academia
    • Provide information and training for ICT students and technicians that will match industry needs
    • Share strategies for inclusion of underrepresented populations in the ICT field
  • 9. Now and The Future: Connecting Technologies
    • Second Life ( http://slurl.com/secondlife/NCTT/128/128 )
    • iTunesU part of the National Science Digital Library (NSDL) and AMSER
    • Web 2.0
      • Blogging ( www.ictcenter.org/blog )
      • Podcasting ( www.ictcenter.org/podcast )
      • YouTube ( www.youtube.com/user/NatCtrTelecomTech )
      • Moodle ( www.ictcenter.org/ocp )
  • 10. Connecting People
    • NCTT draws on the knowledge of subject matter experts,
    • Listens to the needs identified by industry professionals, and responds to faculty requests.
    • People are the source, the tool and beneficiaries of NCTT’s inventive program.
    • Impact on more than 100,000 students, including incumbent workers and and students in 2 and 4 year institutions
  • 11. Regional Partners Orange Coast College
  • 12. Collaborating Partners Regional Members
  • 13. Future: Join Us in Scottsdale, AZ on July 19-22, 2009 http://www.highimpact-tec.org/
  • 14. Your Questions Again:
    • What projects are you currently running for schools in the USA?
    • What criteria do you use for the evaluation of schools and students?
    • Are you currently involved in any projects with specific schools, and if so, what projects are you involved in?
    • From your perspective, what is the future for ICT in schools?
  • 15. 감사합니다 Contact ICT Center
    • Gordon F. Snyder Jr
    • Executive Director, National Center for Information and Communications Technologies
    • a Division of Springfield Technical Community College
    • 1 Armory Square
    • Springfield, MA 01105
    • 413-755-6550
    • [email_address]
    • www.ictcenter.org
    • Read my blog at: http://ictcenter.blogspot.com
    • Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/gsnyder
    • Friend me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/people/Gordon-F-Snyder-Jr/800879375
    • Download Mike Q and my podcasts at: http://www.nctt.org/podcast
    • Podcasts also available on iTunes!