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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.

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