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National education technology plan 5 2010


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Overview of the National Education Technology Plan 2010

Overview of the National Education Technology Plan 2010

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  • 1. Overview of the National Education Technology Plan 2010 Natasha Reid 21 Century Instructional Technology Models
  • 2. National Education Technology PlanThe National Education Technology Plan (NETP) provides:■ Vision for how technology can help transform American education■ Set of concrete goals to inform state and local educational technology plans, as well as recommendations to inspire research, development, and innovation
  • 3. Executive SummaryGoals of NETP 2010 :■ Fundamentally change the learning process to focus on individualized and differentiated Technology education■ Use technology in the next generation of assessments Teachers■ Connect teachers with peers and experts Education■ Build infrastructure to support access■ Harness the power of technology to become more productive
  • 4. Executive SummaryPurpose of NETP 2010:Utilize the immense potential of technology to: ■ Prepare students to succeed and compete in the global economy ■ Provide path to good jobs and higher earning power ■ Foster collaboration, problem solving and the sharing of resources “By 2020, America will once again have the highest proportion of college graduates.” President Barack Obama, Address to Congress, February 24, 2009
  • 5. IntroductionTransform education system to:■ Have clear outcomes■ Include collaborative redesign and standard structure of processes■ Institute continuous monitoring and measuring of performance■ Promote accountability for progress and results of the processes■ Increase number of college graduates to 60% by 2020■ Prepare students for college and careers
  • 6. IntroductionImprove:■ Student achievement, build partnerships, develop leaders and provide flexibility for innovationImprovement achieved through:■ Setting strategic goals and benchmarking■ Establishing a cohort of leaders and educators■ Building and enhancing core competencies for teachers■ Creating a foundation to sustain current and future growth
  • 7. The Five Goals of NETP 2010The NETP includes five goals with recommendations that address the essential components of learning powered by technology:Learning Assessment Teaching Infrastructure Productivity
  • 8. Goal: LearningLearning: Engage and EmpowerAll learners will have engaging and empowering learningexperiences both in and out of school that prepare them to be active,creative, knowledgeable, and ethical participants in our globallynetworked society.Recommendations:■ Revise and create standards and learning objectives that incorporate technology and 21st century requirement/needs■ Utilize the flexibility and convenience of technology
  • 9. Goal: LearningRecommendations [cont.]■ Enhance learning by developing, adopting and evaluating technology learning resources that use design principles from the learning sciences■ Leverage the power of technology to provide and adopt personalized learning methodologies that will enable all learners to excel
  • 10. Goal: AssessmentAssessment: Measure What MattersOur education system at all levels will leverage the power oftechnology to measure what matters and use assessment data forcontinuous improvement.Recommendations:■ Revise practices and policies to ensure security of information while enabling assessments that include continuous improvement and gathering of data on student learning■ Involve multiple stakeholders in the process of designing, conducting, and using assessment
  • 11. Goal: AssessmentRecommendations [cont.]:■ Adopt technology tools that will assist in identifying strengths and weaknesses in student performance and enable teachers to proactively develop a plan to address individual student needs
  • 12. Goal: TeachingTeaching: Prepare and ConnectProfessional educators will be supported individually and in teamsby technology that connects them to data, content, resources,expertise, and learning experiences that can empower and inspirethem to provide more effective teaching for all learners.Recommendations:■ Utilize technology resources to create opportunities for educators to collaborate and create a model of connected teaching that provides access to various resources■ Provide professional development opportunities that afford for continuous growth and development of skills
  • 13. Goal: TeachingRecommendations [cont.]:■ Develop technologically proficient teachers that are knowledgeable of ways in which they can utilize the power of technology to reach students at their individual learning level
  • 14. Goal: InfrastructureInfrastructure: Access and EnableAll students and educators will have access to a comprehensiveinfrastructure for learning when and where they need it.Recommendations:■ Ensure that students and educators have access to: people, processes, learning resources, policies, and broadband connectivity, servers, and software, both inside and outside of school■ Leverage educational resources and accelerate the development of technology based tools and courses
  • 15. Goal: ProductivityProductivity: Redesign and Transform Our education system at all levels will redesign processes andstructures to take advantage of the power of technology to improvelearning outcomes while making more efficient use of time, money,and staff.Recommendations:■ Design, implement and evaluate technology-powered programs to ensure that students are prepared for the workplace and citizenship■ Develop standard for measuring and improving productivity of education system to meet goals for educational attainment within a set budget
  • 16. Goal: ProductivityRecommendations [cont.]:■ Leverage technology to plan, manage, monitor, and report spending that will provide decision-makers with a complete view of the financial performance of education system
  • 17. R&D: Innovative and ScaleNew approach to R&D for education that focuses on:■ Providing competitive grants for scaling up innovative and evidence-based practices through the Department of Educations Investing in Innovation Fund (i3)■ Transferring existing and emerging technology innovations from such sectors as consumer, business, and entertainment into education■ Supporting and sustaining the education R&D that is currently happening at the National Science Foundation
  • 18. R&D: Innovative and ScaleNew approach to R&D for education that focuses on[cont.]:■ Creating a new organization with the mission of serving the public good through R&D at the intersection of learning sciences, technology, and education
  • 19. R&D: Innovative and Scale■ Identification of "grand challenge problems"- which are problems that establish a community of experts to work together towards finding a solution. For example: o Establishing an integrated, end-to-end real-time system for managing learning outcomes and costs across our entire education system at all levels."
  • 20. Summary of NETP 2010■ Develop and incorporate: assessment, learning, teaching, infrastructure and productivity, as the essential components of learning powered by technology■ Focus on more individualized and differentiated education for each student■ Establish continuous learning communities, social networks, information and communications tools for educators
  • 21. Summary of NETP 2010■ Implement new learning model where students are learning from teachers, mentors, coaches, and parents■ New model provides for: o Students mastering both content and procedural learning o Teachers teaching and learning new skills collaboratively and continuously