Going personal - How Emerging Technologies Can Support Individualized Learning

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Going personal - How Emerging Technologies Can Support Individualized Learning

  1. 1. Going Personal: How Emerging Technologies Can Support Individualized Learning Cairo, 9 June 2014 Øystein Johannessen Deputy Director of Education 1
  2. 2. Outline • Lessons from Technology-Driven School Innovation • Emerging Technologies - The Big Picture • Africa • Issues of Implementation • Assessment • Bring Your Own Device • Leadership • Content • Final Words 2
  3. 3. «Inspired by Technology - Driven by Pedagogy»: Lessons Learned • Imbalance between investment in technology and knowledge base • Tension between technology and pedagogy • Research must be translated into meaningful guidelines for pedagogical practice • Research-based knowledge must be phased into initial and in-service teacher training • Balance expectations - feasibility • ICT for Assessment is under-utilized 3
  4. 4. Policy/Strategy Coherence Curriculum Assessment Teacher Competence School Leadership (Johannessen, Pedro: Inspired by Technology, Driven by Pedagogy, OECD 2010) 4
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  6. 6. Horizon 2013 Report K-12 Edition: Key Technologies • Time to Adoption Horizon: One Year or Less • Cloud Computing • Mobile Learning • Time to Adoption Horizon: Two to Three Years • Learning Analytics • Open Content • Time to Adoption Horizon: Four to Five Years • 3D Printing • Virtual and Remote Laboratories 6
  7. 7. eLearning Africa Report 2013 1. Laptops, Mobile Phones and Social Networking More Popular 2. Assessing Online Resources and Learning Opportunities Are Key Concerns 3. African eLearning Practitioners Embrace Kushindwa 4. Mobile is the Top Change Driver and Government is the Top Change Agent 5. Local Content, Local Languages 6. Education is the Top Post-2015 Development Priority 7
  8. 8. Changing Assessment: Towards a New Assessment Paradigm Using ICT !8
  9. 9. Towards Embedded Assessment !9
  10. 10. Bring Your Own Device: A Case of Successful Implementation 1. Community Engagement 2. Develop a Team 3. Developing the Physical Infrastructure 4. Developing the Tools (KEY!) 5. Developing a Portal 6. Developing An Acceptable Use Policy 7. Building Your Curriculum 8. Considering Devices 9. Monitoring Usage 10. Q&A 10
  11. 11. School Leaders as Technology Leaders • Prepare the stage • A Pedagogical Idea • Support Good Examples and Innovators • Create Favourable Condition • Educate Your Staff • Demand Educational Change • Put ICT on the Agenda • Governance! 11
  12. 12. Digital Content • Students as Innovators • Open Educational Resources • Teachers as Curators 12
  13. 13. Technology and Transformation 13
  14. 14. Famous Last Words • Curriculum - Assessment - Professional Development • Assessment: Formative and Embedded • Technology Implementation Requires Holistic Approaches • School Leader as Technology Leader: Merging Technology and Pedagogy • Empower Both Students and Teachers 14
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