Five Emerging Education Trends - Are your schools ready

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The National Consortium of Education Foundations presents 5 Emerging trends for consideration in innovative programs in support of K12 schools and school districts.

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Five Emerging Education Trends - Are your schools ready

  1. 1. Five Emerging Trends<br />Are Your Schools Ready?<br />National Consortium of Education Foundation (NCEFS)Washington, DC<br />www.NCEFS.org<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  2. 2. Five Emerging Trends: Are Your Schools Ready?<br />Within the next five yearsthere will be profound shifts in technology and content capabilitieswhich will profoundly affect teaching and learning.<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  3. 3. Trend 1: Conversion to eTextbooks<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  4. 4. Trend 1: Conversion to eTextbooks<br />Over 90% of collegiatetextbooks are alreadyavailable in eTextbookformats. <br />Over 50% of high schooltextbooks are available.<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  5. 5. Trend 1: Conversion to eTextbooks<br />New features<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  6. 6. Trend 1: Conversion to eTextbooks<br />New features<br />Community attributes<br />Three generations<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  7. 7. Trend 2: Rise of K-12 Learning Platforms<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  8. 8. Trend 2: Rise of K-12 Learning Platforms<br />K-12 technology adoptionhas typically lagged higher education by 10 years.<br />Until recently K-12 usedretrofitted collegiate LMS.<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  9. 9. Trend 2: Rise of K-12 Learning Platforms<br />Four levels:<br />High school, middle school,elementary, early childhood.<br />Two modes:<br />Synchronous, asynchronous.<br />Three environments:<br />Online, in classroom,blended.<br />Incorporates learning theories.<br />Supports personalized learning.<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  10. 10. Trend 1: Conversion to eTextbooks<br />New features<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  11. 11. Trend 3: Proliferation of Mobile Devices<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  12. 12. Trend 3: Proliferation of Mobile Devices<br />Embrace devices for education.<br />Learn almost anywhere.<br />Incorporate into classroom.<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  13. 13. Trend 3: Proliferation of Mobile Devices<br />Embrace devices for education.<br />Learn almost anywhere.<br />Incorporate into classroom.<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  14. 14. Trend 3: Proliferation of Mobile Devices<br />Content adapts to devicecapabilities.<br />Curriculum and lessoncontinuity across devices.<br />Small and large formats.<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  15. 15. Trend 4: Advances in Academic Analytics<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  16. 16. Trend 4: Advances in Academic Analytics<br />Goal: Transform K-12 institution academic and administrative enterprise data into “actionable intelligence,” by presenting dynamic visualizations and executive dashboards that improve teaching and learning performance.<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  17. 17. Analytics by Role<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  18. 18. National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  19. 19. National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />19<br />
  20. 20. Analytics Capabilities Evolution<br />Past<br />What happened?<br />Predicted Future<br />What will happen?<br />Desired Future<br />How do we want things to be?<br />Data Access<br />Reporting<br />OnLine Analytical Processing (OLAP)<br />Forecasting<br />Predictive Modeling<br />Optimization<br />Intervention<br />Analytics = Designing an optimal path to a desired future.<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />20<br />
  21. 21. Sample Goal <br />High school drop out rate is 25%<br />Drop out rate of no more than 10%<br />Proactively identify at-risk students anddesign intervention methods<br />Current<br />Desired Future<br />Optimal Path<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />21<br />
  22. 22. GRADUATION RATES<br />ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE<br />Course Attendance<br />STUDENT SERVICES<br />STUDENT Retention<br />Early DETECTION<br />STUDENT INTERVENTIONS<br />Student Success<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />22<br />
  23. 23. Trend 5: Growth of Intelligent Classrooms<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  24. 24. Trend 5: Growth of Intelligent Classrooms<br />Physical classrooms equipped to facilitate and measurestudent engagement, individual mastery of concepts and teacher effectiveness. <br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  25. 25. Trend 5: Growth of Intelligent Classrooms<br />Characteristics:<br />Multimedia experiences.<br />Teaching is supported by alearning platform.<br />Encourage student interaction and collaboration.<br />Windows out to the world.<br />Windows into the classroom.<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  26. 26. National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  27. 27. National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  28. 28. National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  29. 29. Five Emerging Trends <br />Conversion to eTextbooks<br />Rise of K-12 Learning Platforms<br />Proliferation of Mobile Devices<br />Advances in Academic Analytics<br />Growth of Intelligent Classrooms<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  30. 30. Evaluations & Outcomes Management<br />Student Centered Learning<br />Access to High Quality Content<br />Instructor Efficiency<br />Anytime / Anywhere Access<br />Retention and Engagement<br />Intelligence and Analytics<br />“Student Success”<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  31. 31. Why Bother?<br />Saving existing courses and programs<br />Offering time saving resources for teachers<br />Increasing options for course delivery channels<br />Improving the quality of teaching<br />Providing long term cost savings<br />Increasing teacher and student productivity<br />Generating revenues by teaching courses for other schools or school districts<br />Leveraging and expanding online literacy skills for students and teachers<br />Providing tangible evidence of student academic growth<br />Measuring the effectiveness of courses, programs and institutions<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />
  32. 32. Questions<br />National Consortium of Education Foundations (NCEFS) Proprietary and Confidential www.NCEFS.org<br />

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