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Y2 ssp systems 6

  1. 1. ICT Systems in Primary Schools 6<br />February 2011<br />Futuregazing<br />
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  3. 3. Watson (1958)<br />(Chairman of IBM)<br />“I think there is a world market for about five computers”<br />
  4. 4. Gates (1993)<br />(CEO, Microsoft)<br />“The Internet? We are not interested in it”<br />
  5. 5. Illich (1970)<br />Deschooling society<br />Learning webs<br />Reference services to educational objects<br />Skill exchanges<br />Peer-matching<br />Reference services to educators-at-large<br />
  6. 6. Asimov (1988)<br />
  7. 7. Papert (1993)<br />Using speech, touch or gesture, she would steer the machine to the topic of interest, quickly navigating through a knowledge space much broader than the contents of any printed encyclopedia.<br />Children who grow up with the opportunity to explore the jungles and the cities and the deep oceans and ancient myths and outer space will be even less likely to sit quietly through the anything even vaguely resembling the elementary school curriculum as we have known it up to now.<br />How would the introduction of Knowledge Machines into the School environment compromise the primacy with which we view reading and writing?<br />
  8. 8. Leadbeater (2007)<br />Budgets and support for families at risk<br />Emotional resilience<br />Learning concierge<br />Smaller schools<br />Peer learners<br />Personal challenge<br />Personal plans and portfolios<br />Intensive mentoring<br />Personal budgets for NEETs<br />Investors in learning<br />Schools as productive enterprises<br />Scrap the summer holiday<br />School of Everything<br />Community based teacher<br />Third spaces<br />Whole school community projects<br />Local education compacts<br />Participatory budgeting<br />Leadership teams<br />Wider measures of progress<br />A new national curriculum<br />
  9. 9. Watson (2008)<br />Five key trends (50 years)<br />Ageing<br />Power shifts eastwards<br />Global connectivity<br />Genetics, robotics, Internet, nanotechnology<br />The environment<br />
  10. 10. Watson (2010)<br />Ten predictions:<br />Life recorders<br />Textbooks online by 2020<br />Oversharing an issue<br />EQ for machines<br />TMI<br />Slow thinking<br />Internet addiction<br />Mental privacy<br />Time and space as luxuries<br />Digital / biological convergence<br />
  11. 11. Berry (2008)<br />For 2013:<br />Creativity<br />Re-professionalisation<br />Home/School links<br />VLEs to PLEs<br />Mobiles<br />Personalisation and community<br />Datamining<br />
  12. 12. Facer (2009)<br />Trends over the next two decades:<br />The information landscape gets denser, deeper and more diverse.<br />Creating the personal cloud<br />Working and living alongside machines<br />Distance matters less but geography still counts<br />Digital natives grow up and need to keep learning<br />Weakening of institutional boundaries<br />Decline of the ‘knowledge economy’ as a utopian future<br />No ‘silver bullets’ for complex educational problems<br />
  13. 13. Facer (2009)<br />Challenges for education:<br />Constant networks<br />Social networks shape access to and production of knowledge<br />Inequalities continue<br />New providers<br />Fewer distinctions between sites and stages<br />Increased role for informal learning<br />Polarisation of labour market<br />A shift in social and cultural values<br />
  14. 14. Johnson et al 2011<br />1: Electronic books<br />1: Mobiles<br />2-3: Augmented Reality<br />2-3: Game based learning<br />4-5: Gesture based computing<br />4-5: Learning analytics<br />
  15. 15. Tim Hunt (2011)<br />
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  17. 17. Kurzweil (2009)<br />
  18. 18. Assessment<br />

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