New Technology, New
Partners in Learning Workshop
12 Nov 2013
• The Best of Times, The Worst of Times.....?
• The Importance of Coherence
• Towards a New End: New Pedagigies for Deeper
• New Technologies: The Norwegian Horizon Report
• New Assessment: Changing Assessment Through ICT
New Pedagogical Models
• The teacher as designer of powerful learning
• The teacher as a source of human, social and decisional
capital in the learning experience
• Teachers as partners in learning with students,
accelerated by technology
Norwegian Schools 2013-2018
Social media is changing the way people interact, present
ideas and information, and communicate.
Education paradigms are shifting to include online learning,
hybrid learning, and collaborative models.
People expect to be able to work, learn, and study whenever
and wherever they want.
As the cost of technology drops and school districts revise and
open up their access policies, it is becoming more common for
students to bring their own mobile devices.
Openness — concepts like open content, open data, and open
resources, along with notions of transparency and easy access
to data and information — is becoming a value.
Current approaches to initial teacher training and in-service
training in digital tools and pedagogies are insufficient for the
Teachers and schools remain dependent on physical textbooks.
Digital skills and the use of ICT for learning do not appear to be
embedded in reform efforts, measurement strategies,
prioritized areas and national programmes to any appreciable
The demand for personalized learning is not adequately
supported by current technology or practices.
Digital literacy in the curriculum should be revised or
embedded in new ways.
ONE YEAR OR LESS:
TWO TO THREE YEARS:
• Games & Gamification
FOUR TO FIVE YEARS:
Creative Commons flickr photo by Mads Boedker
Natural User Interfaces
Real-Time Machine Translation
OECD (2010): Inspired by Technology, Driven by Pedagogy
Michael Fullan et al: Towards a New End: New Pedagogies for Deep
Horizon Project: Technology Outlook: Norwegian Schools 2013-2018
IPTS: COMPASS: The Use of ICT for the Assessment of Key
C. Redecker & Ø. Johannessen: Changing Assessment: Towards a
New Assessment Paradigm Using ICT, European Journal of Education