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Hbea Fjh

  1. 1. Dr. Francisco Hernandez Vice-Chancellor for Students University of Hawai‘i Mānoa fjh@hawaii.edu
  2. 2. Reasons for online courses
  3. 3. Access to a great education for all Hawaii’s kids
  4. 4. 17 years from now, what will we tell our children?
  5. 5. Hawaiʻi 8th graders scoring at or above “proficient” on the national assessment exam in math:
  6. 6. Hawaiʻi 8th graders scoring at or above “proficient” on the national assessment exam in math: 18%
  7. 7. Hawaiʻi 8th graders scoring at or above “proficient” on the national assessment exam in math: 18% Low-income 8th graders:
  8. 8. Hawaiʻi 8th graders scoring at or above “proficient” on the national assessment exam in math: 18% Low-income 8th graders: 7%
  9. 9. Hawaiʻi 8th graders scoring at or above “proficient” on the national assessment exam in math: 18% Low-income 8th graders: 7% Measuring Up 2006
  10. 10. They will ask us.
  11. 11. equity & access for all Hawaii’s kids
  12. 12. College Prep
  13. 13. 21st Century Skills
  14. 14. 21st Century Skills • Global Awareness - Access to Experts around the World • Entrepreneurial Literacy - financial, economic, business • Civic Literacy - Community Mentors • Creativity & Innovation - Tomorrowʼs Business Leaders are Innovators • Critical Thinking & Problem Solving - Informative Assessment • Communication & Collaboration - Motivating Learning Community • Information, Media, ICT Literacy - PBL • Flexibility & Adaptability • Initiative & Self-Direction (online fosters this) • Social & Cross-Cultural Skills • Productivity & Accountability (online fosters this) • Leadership & Responsibility
  15. 15. 21st Century Skills
  16. 16. Global Collaboration
  17. 17. Global Collaboration
  18. 18. online tutoring: communication & collaboration
  19. 19. .
  20. 20. Engaging Online Content
  21. 21. Global Awareness
  22. 22. Online learning has already transformed instruction where the alternative has been nothing at all. Christensen, Horn, & Johnson “Disrupting Class”
  23. 23. Disruptive innovation requires targeting not those courses that the public schools want to teach in-house. They must instead focus on courses that the public schools would be relieved not to have to teach, but do feel the need to offer. Christensen, Horn, & Johnson “Disrupting Class”
  24. 24. anytime, anyone, any PLACE
  25. 25. ola@hawaii.edu

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