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The U.S. Department of Education is developing a new National Educational Technology Plan to provide a vision for how information and communication technologies can help transform American education. ...

The U.S. Department of Education is developing a new National Educational Technology Plan to provide a vision for how information and communication technologies can help transform American education. The plan will provide a set of concrete goals that can inform state and local educational technology plans as well as inspire research, development, and innovation. Slides are from webinar presented by David Rose, Co-Founder CAST, soliciting input for the plan.

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    National Education Technology Plan (NETP) Webinar National Education Technology Plan (NETP) Webinar Presentation Transcript

    • A Conversation about the National Educational Technology Plan (NETP)
      Wednesday, November 4, 2009
      4:00-5:00 EST
    • Agenda
      Overview of the Plan
      4 areas of focus:
      Learning
      Assessment
      Teaching
      Productivity
      Specific areas of needed feedback
      Discussion
      Ways to stay connected
    • Overview
      • The U.S. Department of Education is developing a new National Educational Technology Plan to provide a vision for how information and communication technologies can help transform American education. The plan will provide a set of concrete goals that can inform state and local educational technology plans as well as inspire research, development, and innovation.
      • A draft plan is expected in early 2010.
      • The plan development team is looking for insights from the field to help us understand how to improve education through the innovative use of technology.
    • Learning
      Enabling unprecedented access to high-quality learning experiences.
      Everyone, including English Language Learners and students with disabilities, should have increased access to meaningful, well designed and readily available learning experiences, throughout their lives.
    • Learning
      1. What people need to learn – technology and the changing goals of education
      2. How people learn – technology and the sciences of learning
      3. Who needs to learn – technology and diversity in learning
      4. Where and when to learn – technology and distributed learning
    • Assessment
      Measuring what matters and providing the information that enables continuous improvement processes at all levels of the education system.
      Students, teachers, parents and administrators should have access to the kinds of data that can enable better instructional decisions and provision of educational resources.
    • Teaching
      New ways to support those who support learning.
      Technology can enable mentors, coaches, and peers to better support learning both in and out of school.
      Teachers can benefit from resources provided through technology and from anytime/anywhere professional interactions, including collaborations to share and refine effective techniques and resources.
    • Productivity
      Redesigning systems and processes to free up education system resources to support learning.
      In an era of scarce resources, education systems need to take advantage of new technological and content solutions to reduce spending tied to inefficient systems and processes.
      This effort includes more effective approaches to education R&D to increase the pace of innovation and the scaling of effective practices
    • We need your help!
      Relevant reports
      Effective technology tools
      Exemplary programs, activities or curricula
      Personal experiences
    • Stay connected
      Learn more about the NETP and submit feedback at:
      https://edtechfuture.org
      Submit feedback directly to David Rose through this survey:
      http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=xIhHiplAEJJf8S6DPcEYkw_3d_3d
      Follow David Rose on facebook, twitter, and YouTube:
      http://twitter.com/DavidRose_CAST
      http://www.facebook.com/CenterforAppliedSpecialTechnology
      http://www.youtube.com/udlcast