EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGICAL CENTRE. Educational Innovation Network. Produced by: Osvaldo Quiroz Leyton Business Engineer - Lic.Cs.Economics Master of Business Administration. @mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Challenges of a KnowledgeBased Society. Education is developed in an environment characterized by:1. Presence of volatile, globalised economies,2. More competitive labor markets,3. High velocity of knowledge obsoletion,4. Improved innovation in educational methods,5. New technologies, software & value added benefits.
What is required?: To generate new skills in educational controls. To increase efficiency in distribution of resources & in productivity in Educational Processes. Better coverage of student and teaching communities. An Answer when faced with the increase in the rates of obsolesce of knowledge.Beyond quality we must follow the path of technological innovations.
Challenges of a Knowledge Based Society1. To maintain the capacity to respond 2. Urgency to lift the educational quickly when confronted with curriculum to International levels. external competitive changes, at a country level. What can we do? 1. Develop International Level Educational Technologies & Methods - a real benefit if educators can apply these to the educational process. 2. Develop Educational Innovations that foment teacher training in new systems, methods, and abilities in the use of hardware and software applications.
Prototype: AN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGICAL CENTRE.
Possibilities of the Technological Centre: Innovation Network & the Creation of Intelligence.The Technological Centre will promote Team-working abilities to carry-outinvestigation, produce innovations, demonstrate teaching methods andestablish links for co-operation regarding educational projects, strategiesand techniques.
WHAT IS AN EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGICAL CENTRE?1. A Technological Centre is a High Level National and International Teaching Network, with the benefit of a network of laboratories with intelligent classrooms in each School, University & International Teaching Development Centre.2. A Central Hub that concentrates high-level human capital to consolidate the power of global education in classrooms.3. A network that is established as a technological platform for research, selection, development, technology application and development of innovative methods in education.
Business Model: Technological innovation in the public and private educational sectors. Principal Entity (1) : Working Entity (2) :Educational Technological Company: holder of products / Centre. services & Technology Products. Commercialize Patents & the results ofTransmission of Knowledge investigation in education for the national & international markets Users: Customers: Schools, National & Controllers, Teachers, National & International groups International Educational Institutions.
INVESTMENTS: TECHNOLOGICAL CENTRE (PRINCIPALa) CIVIL WORKS LABORATORY).b) TECHNOLOGY HUMAN CAPITAL. Phd’s in INFRASTRUCTURE (ITC’s) international & local education.c) INVESTMENT IN HUMAN CAPITAL (PERSONNEL) INTELLIGENT CLASSROOMS IN SCHOOLS, UNIVERSITIES (Supplementary support to educational networks)
1) Technological Infrastructure & Civil Works. Central Office of the Technological Centre:(1) Central Laboratory that administers the Projects and Laboratories of the Teaching Centre.(2) Mentoring Classrooms for Coaching, Meetings, Seminars & Congresses. a) Creation of a Teaching Laboratory that serves as a technological platform for testing & potential development of educational software that coincides with learning tasks for construction of new knowledge; collaboration & teamwork; defined & projected programs and tasks. b) Management area for Project Planning & Human Capital, Support Centre of the Network (ITC’s). c) Environment & Infrastructure that facilitates creation of Products / Services (Patents) in Educational Technology.
2) Technological Infrastructure & Civil Works.Smart Classrooms:1. Civil Works and construction of smart classrooms equipped with cutting-edge technology infrastructure in schools and universities2. Construction of technological infrastructure, computer networks & powerful servers, software development tools, digital video, editing environment, video conferencing, electronic whiteboards, data- show, workstations with notebook computers, and3. every cutting-edge infrastructure that constitutes the classroom of the future.
3) Human Capital.1. Investment in an group of Phds, educators and national and international experts to implement Learning Systems and innovative teaching projects.2. Teacher Training and Development contributing to the Technology Centre for training in new educational projects and developing their own skills in technology applications in education.
3) Human Capital.3. Establishment of a Team of permanent teachers & a Network of Associates for Mentoring in Educational Technological Systems. – Development of a Technological Culture in Education that sees Professors as Mentors of Projects & other applications, classified by their level of expertise in Educational Technologies. – Creation of a culture of Experts in transmission of information & designers of Educational Technologies. – Development of a system of incentives attached to Educational Projects & Creation of Patents.
Why is the Center an opportunity for Growth?This is an environment that reinforces:Resolution of problems in a scientific manner,Incorporation of new communicational skills.Education growth in an environment ofcollaboration. Educational Synergies: Participants learn together with other communities, in a network of intelligent classrooms.
Why is the Centre an opportunity for Collaboration?It is a collaborative work environment that givesincentive to cross-fertilization of ideas. 1. Educators from distinct subjects can perfect, create & consolidate, together with their students, diverse educational & innovative projects. 2. Educators can realize initiatives that promote and lead to development , new sustainable professionals & curriculum interventions based on cutting-edge technology.
Impact on Students: Growth.A practical conscience of being integratedinto a globalize world helps give deeperunderstanding of experiences of disciplinesthat explore science, mathematics & English,contemplating new techniques in cutting-edge technologies.A reduction in learning times.
Impact on Students: Growth.From integration of technology produced by teachers &students will impact positively on learning.From improvements produced in educational capacities forinvestigation & production of independent findings, alongwith reinforcement of work groups & an increment intechnical abilities and language.
Impact on Students: Technical Abilities.Improvement in the skills in the use of new technologies related to theirformation under the context of the growth of globalization.Students obtain high-level education, a product of taking maximumadvantage of skills such as: Critical thinking, Quantitative & analytical capabilities; Abilities in communication & use of information; Up to the minute skills in the use of technological information when faced with educational processes, in an atmosphere of mutual respect.
Impact on Students: Motivation Co-operation:1. Motivation: 2. Co-operation: Students increase their education Students acquire commitment in with new learning methods. their educative work & are Participation in an atmosphere of guided in establishing their own diverse connectivity. investigations and projects. Production of interaction and global communication. Participation in projects & Creation of students involved in the fundamental educative activities construction of knowledge & an increment in transversal (empowerment). interaction between students and Motivation when confronted with their schools. An atmosphere of the creation and use of mutual respect is created. technological tools.
Impact on Teachers: Innovation in Technical Development.a) Empowerment of educators to c) Teacher Training; An incentive transform teaching techniques to utilize new technologies oriented towards more concrete which eliminate restrictions on results. academic agendas, or rigid structures.b) Professors learn to utilize new d) Development of abilities; to teaching systems that are key for a maintain registers of their better distribution of resources in work; to realize educational the classroom, with improved projects with steps towards efficiency in administration of higher productivity. programs.
Impact on Teachers: Collaboration & Growth.By working as part of a Team towardsinnovation.By professors & students communicatingand collaborating with other institutionson educational projects.By generation of innovative processes ineducation with creative thinking, long-term learning & social responsibility.
CONCLUSIONS. ORGANISACION MODEL:1) Technological Education Centers focus the input of scientists, mathematicians and other experts who serve as partner / sponsors of educational activities for the community.2) Introduction of methods and programs that increase awareness and implementation in key areas such as mathematics, language, arts, science and foreign languages in the educational community.
CONCLUSIONS. ORGANISATION MODEL:3) New investment in education technology that is a contribution towards massifying education technologies to increase quality and innovation in student learning.4) Increase the versatility of teaching for all ages, adding value to the curriculum.1) Lay the groundwork to establish international educational performance standards, and promote excellence in management of education in the national system.
PRODUCTS EXPECTED:1. A Technology Centre to accelerate the development and promotion of technological tools and applications of high impact on national education.2. Ongoing investment in human capital tied to Mentoring.3. Development and integration of innovative teaching methods.4. Collaborative Networking on educational projects and teaching, both nationally and internationally.5. Creating of innovation Patents based on new educational projects.6. Development of products and services to commercial scale.
An Educational Technological Centre: A Platform for Innovation:Consolidating an educational innovation network wherestudents and teachers have the opportunity to engage in jointlydeveloped learning processes that generates new leadership ina knowledge based society.
Development of a Technology Centre forInnovation in Education for the XXI Century. Produced by: Osvaldo Quiroz Leyton Business Engineer - Lic.Cs.Economics Master of Business Administration. @mail: email@example.com