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An overview of social and higher education trends and potential institutional responses

An overview of social and higher education trends and potential institutional responses

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    • 1. Pressures of Change: A Response Ohio State University Extension Annual Conference George Siemens December 12, 2007
    • 2. Transformation
    • 3.
      • Reality: Pace and Growth
      • Reality: Lives and Habits of Learners
      • Where are We Now?
      • The Need for Change?
      • Models of Change
      • Moving Forward
      • Innovation
    • 4.
      • Reality: Pace and Growth
      • Reality: Lives and Habits of Learners
      • Where are We Now?
      • The Need for Change?
      • Models of Change
      • Moving Forward
      • Innovation
    • 5. Growth of information and tools to create/access information
    • 6.
      • “ ...in the 21st century, the education and skills of the workforce will end up being the dominant competitive weapon”
      • Lester Thurow
    • 7. % of population (25+) with 4 or more years of college Signal Hill 2007 Post Secondary Fact Book
    • 8. By 2015: 70+% of all new jobs will require PSE
      • Canadian Council for Learning, 2007
    • 9.
      • “ The United States must find ways to nurture a broader and more diverse talent pool to be successful in the knowledge-based economy”
      • Council of Graduate Schools Report.
      • Graduate Education: The Backbone of American Competitiveness and Innovation
    • 10. Trends in Online Education
      • 2/3 plus of all HE institutions offer online learning
      • 3.5 million students taking online course (in fall 2006)
      • 20%+ percent annual growth rate since 2003
      • Online Nation (Allen & Seaman, 2007)
    • 11.
      • Online Nation (Allen & Seaman, 2007)
    • 12.
      • ECAR, 2007 Undergraduate Students and IT
    • 13.
      • ECAR, 2007 Undergraduate Students and IT
      Most Valuable Benefit from IT in Courses
    • 14. Views have changed
    • 15.
      • Reality: Pace and Growth
      • Reality: Lives and Habits of Learners
      • Where are We Now?
      • The Need for Change?
      • Models of Change
      • Moving Forward
      • Innovation
    • 16. Millennial Learners Oblinger (2005), Dede (2005)
    • 17. Do different experiences impact our neural structure? Richard Davidson, 2002 Kelly, Grinband, Hirsch, 2007
    • 18. The rise of everyone
    • 19. A word of caution
    • 20.
      • ECAR, 2007 Undergraduate Students and IT
      Preference for IT Use in Courses
    • 21. Oxford Internet Institute: Internet in Britain 2007
    • 22.
      • Reality: Pace and Growth
      • Reality: Lives and Habits of Learners
      • Where are We Now?
      • The Need for Change?
      • Models of Change
      • Moving Forward
      • Innovation
    • 23. Signal Hill 2007 Post Secondary Fact Book
    • 24.
      • Oxford Internet Institute: Internet in Britain 2007
    • 25.
      • 3.3 Billion Mobile accounts
      Informa, 2007
    • 26. Oxford Internet Institute: Internet in Britain 2007
    • 27. Oxford Internet Institute: Internet in Britain 2007
    • 28.  
    • 29. “ Prototypical US industry in 10 years, if all goes well” National Center on Education and the Economy: Tough Choices or Tough Times
    • 30.  
    • 31.
      • Reality: Pace and Growth
      • Reality: Lives and Habits of Learners
      • Where are We Now?
      • The Need for Change?
      • Models of Change
      • Moving Forward
      • Innovation
    • 32.
      • “ ...we have to change ourselves in changing environments, and we have to empower ourselves to change these environments as well”
      • Theo Hug
    • 33. New skills
      • ALA: information literacy (2000)
      • Jenkins: New media skills (2006, p. 5)
      • 21 st Century Skills
      • Digital Literacy
        • Gilster 1997, Jones-Kavalier & Flannigan, 2006
    • 34. Harvard (2007): Core Curriculum
      • Civic Engagement
      • Students to understand themselves as products of—and participants in—traditions of art, ideas, and values
      • Respond critically and constructively to change
      • Students’ understanding of ethical dimensions of what they say and do
    • 35. New Skills
      • Knowledge of Human Cultures and the Physical and Natural World
      • Intellectual and Practical Skills
      • Personal and Social Responsibility
      • Integrative Learning
      • AAC&U, 2007: College Learning for the New Global Century
    • 36. Our structures of presenting information and fostering knowledge development cannot keep pace with growth!
    • 37.  
    • 38.
      • Reality: Pace and Growth
      • Reality: Lives and Habits of Learners
      • Where are We Now?
      • The Need for Change?
      • Models of Change
      • Moving Forward
      • Innovation
    • 39.  
    • 40. Cook, Holley & Andrew British Journal of Educational Technology  38  (5), 784-794.
    • 41. OECD: Schooling for tomorrow
      • Bureaucratic
      • Re-schooling
        • Focused learning organizations
        • Core social centres
      • De-schooling
        • Extended market
        • Learning in networks
      • Crisis
    • 42.
      • Reality: Pace and Growth
      • Reality: Lives and Habits of Learners
      • Where are We Now?
      • The Need for Change?
      • Models of Change
      • Moving Forward
      • Innovation
    • 43. What will education look like?
    • 44. Threats
      • For-profit providers
      • Global schools
      • Relationship to University
      • Funding
      • Re-skilling faculty
    • 45. Opportunities
      • Global market
      • Partnerships with other institutions
      • Collaboration with global partners
      • Adopt combined resource-models
      • Innovate method and structure
    • 46.
      • Reality: Pace and Growth
      • Reality: Lives and Habits of Learners
      • Where are We Now?
      • The Need for Change?
      • Models of Change
      • Moving Forward
      • Innovation
    • 47. http://dltj.org/2006/12/disruptive-innovation-card
    • 48. Innovating Education
      • Distance Education and Extension departments uniquely suited to the task
    • 49. What are core tasks in Extension?
      • Administration
        • Management, policy
      • Technological
        • Infrastructure, security
      • Research
        • New markets, future opportunities
      • Marketing
      • Teaching and Learning
    • 50. Teaching and Learning
      • Reconsider full spectrum of activity
    • 51. How do we begin to innovate?
    • 52.
      • small steps
      • many directions
    • 53.
      • Seed
      • Select
      • Amplify
      • (Meyer & Davis, 2003)
    • 54.
      • Conceptualization
      • Experimentation
      • Implementation
    • 55. Websites and Newsletters
      • www.elearnspace.org
      • www.knowingknowledge.com
      • www.connectivism.ca
      • http://ltc.umanitoba.ca/wordpress/