Education 2.2i - Before and After-moment for Education

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Education 2.2i - Before and After-moment for Education

  1. 1. 9/15/2010 The “before and after”-moment for education Roger Larsen Senior Vice President Market Development and Strategy Pearson Education Platforms Founder of Fronter (fronter.com) 1 Agenda TEACHING AND LEARNING TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION BEFORE AND AFTER 2 1
  2. 2. 9/15/2010 TEACHING VS LEARNING 3 Our educational system... 4 2
  3. 3. 9/15/2010 ...is designed to mass produce education and to serve traditional industry? 5 Technology changes behavior In an evening I... My children are... • visited one friend • cathing up with 15 friends on Facebook • talked with another • have 4 live chats up friend similtaneously • watched a movie • watched 20 clips on YouTube • listened to a record • downloaded 19 songs from iTunes • read a magazine and • used Google, scanned 6 looked a word up in the articles covering 3 encyclopedia subjects. 6 3
  4. 4. 9/15/2010 Student, when learning... In school… Privately… • Lesson based • Problem based • Teacher led • Learner led • Courses / class • Relationship / peers • Content selected by • Content selected by other learner 7 Teaching vs Learning • Teaching is political driven and its process is determined by structure of the educational system, curriculum, content and culture. • Learning is needs based and its process is driven by problem solving, opportunity realization and curiosity. • Technology has changed the way we acquire knowledge, thus learn, but not the way we teach! 8 4
  5. 5. 9/15/2010 “We need to prepare children for jobs which doesn’t exist, to solve problems we don’t have facing challenges we can’t imagine.” 9 TECHNOLOGY IN EDUCATION 10 5
  6. 6. 9/15/2010 ICT investments in education Learning Platform Whiteboard Digital Content Internet PC MIS 2000ish 2010ish 11 Digital Content and Assessment Learning Platform Student Content Information Management System System 12 6
  7. 7. 9/15/2010 Learning Platform Physical and Virtual Learning Platform 13 Oslo • Capital of Norway – 120 schools – 170.000 learners • School of the future 14 7
  8. 8. 9/15/2010 London MLE 15 London: 2583 schools in 33 school districts 16 8
  9. 9. 9/15/2010 Managed Learning Environment 17 Self guided Personalising Pupil mobility learning Learning Parental Assessment for Anywhere Involvement Learning Anytime learning Key stage Independent transition learning Every Child Student voice Matters Qualifications Special Education Needs 18 9
  10. 10. 9/15/2010 Learning points • Basic infrastructure must be in place • Teachers need training • Change management among leaders • Keep it simple • Digital Learning Platform will “glue” it all together. 19 BEFORE AND AFTER 20 10
  11. 11. 9/15/2010 Before and after moments For life For Education • Fire • Wheel • Gutenberg? • Steam • Chalk board? • Automobile • Electricity • Learning Platform? • Oil • Jet engine • Microprocessor 21 Platform for ”e”... • eWorking • eMusic • eBooks • eLearning? 22 11
  12. 12. 9/15/2010 Digital Platform for Learning • The learning platform will become the most important element of the elearning infrastrucutre at the school. • The learning platform will act as a starting place for all students and teachers and glue together all other components. • The learning platform will lay out the possibilities for individual learning paths and self phased learning, and will keep a digital eportfolio for all students. • Decision about the learning platform must not be left to each individual school, but must be led by the city. 23 Enabling Innovation for Educators No teacher left behind! 24 12

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