Innovation lessons i tec roundtable eminent 2011

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Panel presentation on the EUN iTEC project
Eminent 2011
Date: 17 Nov 2011
Venue: Fiera de Genova

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Innovation lessons i tec roundtable eminent 2011

  1. 1. iTEC  roundtable   Eminent  2012   Øystein  Johannessen   Chief  Strategy  Officer,  CerpusAS   Innovation  lessons  
  2. 2. *  Cloud  Computing   *  Mobiles   *  Game-­‐Based  Learning  (2-­‐3  years)   *  Open  Content  (2-­‐3  years)   *  Learning  Analytics  (4-­‐5  years)   *  Person  Learning  Environments     (4-­‐5  years)   2011  Horizon  Report  K-­‐12  
  3. 3. * Imbalance between investments 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   ”Inspired  by  Technology,  Driven  by   Pedagogy”:  Lessons  Learned  
  4. 4. *  Joint partnership and co-ownership between 18 (out of 19) county councils *  Virtual organisation. No main office. Teachers work as local editors and editorial staff *  Numerous users throughout Norwegian schools with increasing traffic numbers *  Open source content and open infrastructure *  Buying, developing, and distributing digital learning materials *  Replacing and supplementing traditional learning resources •  Costs: 44 EUR pr student (20% of total funding for learning recourses), 2 EUR pr student/subject NDLA:  An  Ambitious  Initiative  (ndla.no)  
  5. 5. *  Secure a public commitment with substantial and long-term financial backing *  The involvement of teachers is essential *  Releasing teachers competence through new challenges *  Licensing, meta data and open formats is key *  Keep momentum *  Don’t make something new - integrate with the best NDLA:  Key  to  Success  
  6. 6. *  Common  phenomenon:  Looooong  way  from  the  halls  of  power   to  the  classroom?   *  Communication:  ”10  Commandments  for  ICT  in  Education”   *  Ensure  policy  coherence   *  Vertical:  Between  layers  of  the  system   *  Horizontal   *  Research  –  policy  –  practice     *  Curriculum  –  PD/TT  –  Assessment   *  Reframing  the  impact  debate   *  Use  curriculum  as  lever  for  closing  the  policy  gap   Addressing  the  policy  gap  
  7. 7. *  National  scenario  deployment  must  be  based  on  analysis  and   identification  of  effective  translation  and  mediation   mechanism(s)  in  each  country   *  Budget  challenges:  How  can  evidence  help?   *  The  impact  debate  reframed:  How  can  ICT  address  basic   educational  challenges  in  your  country  (e.g.  Literacy  and   numeracy)   *  Innovation  is  often  a  social  process  that  requires  informed   dialogue  with  all  stakeholders   *  Last,  but  not  least:  ICT  in  education  is  linked  to  the  basic  mission   of  education:  To  prepare  learners  for  life!   Scenario  deployment     and  budget  challenges  
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