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  1. 1. Event Summary November 11-13, 2013 Google confidential | Do not distribute
  2. 2. Who came? 26 Delegates, 11 countries USA Mexico Poland Saudi Arabia India Malaysia Ontario, Canada Rio, Brazil Romania Thailand New Zealand Representing: Ministries of Edu (national and state level), Ministry of ICT, Presidential Office of Digital Strategy, Key gov. partners and agencies 40+ Googlers: Organizing team, speakers, guests Google confidential | Do not distribute
  3. 3. Symposium Guests ● Tell us about your delegation - who is joining us here? ● What is the most critical education issue you face? ● What would you like to get out of the Symposium? Google confidential | Do not distribute
  4. 4. Inequity Infrastructure Teaching Tools Google confidential | Do not distribute
  5. 5. Jimmy Sarakatsannis, State of Education (Technology) Education Practice, McKinsey & Company ● 89% of school age kids have access to basic education ● Quality of education drives economic growth ● An increase of one standard deviation in test for Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) was linked to 2% average additional GDP growth ● Quality of the teacher is the single most important factor to student success ● Personalized learning is the key Google confidential | Do not distribute
  6. 6. Sundar Pichai, Role of Technology in Education ● Excited for 5-6B people to access to information. Growing up he only had 20hrs of computer time during his undergraduate studies ● Making connectivity affordable is key. Google is stimulating the market in that direction with Fiber and Loon ● Future of technology in the classroom is equal access and making it seamless and transparent for teachers and students Google confidential | Do not distribute
  7. 7. Eric Schmidt, The Future: Getting the next 5 billion online ● Entrepreneurs create new jobs (not big companies). Education is the key to developing more entrepreneurs ● Google’s quest is to make our solutions even smarter. Help people figure out answers to the questions they are likely to ask. Technology is bringing unprecedented ability to scale education ● Technology cannot build the personal connections of a teacher Google confidential | Do not distribute
  8. 8. Economic Models to Target Educational Inequity Brett O’Riley Board Member, Manaiakalani Education Trust Hon. Nikki Kaye Associate Minister of Education, New Zealand Andrew Rotherham Co-founder and Partner, Bellwether Education John Hanna CEO, Network for Learning Richard Culatta Director, Office of Edu Technology, US DOE Google confidential | Do not distribute
  9. 9. Setting a National Vision & Policies Puan Rosnani Binti Mohamed Ali Director of Educational Technology Division, Malaysia Ministry of Education Wing Lee CEO, YTL Communications Michael Horn Co-Founder and Executive Director, Education at Clayton Christensen Institute Tom Vander Ark CEO, Getting Smart & Partner, Learn Capital Google confidential | Do not distribute
  10. 10. Innovative New Learning Models in Education Paulette Altmaier, Head of Education Partnerships, Khan Academy Esther Wojcicki, Teacher, Palo Alto High School Dr. Gene M. Kerns, VP & Chief Academic Officer, Renaissance Learning Google confidential | Do not distribute
  11. 11. The Future of Innovation: Google’s Moon Shots Mohammad Gawdat, VP of Business Innovation, Google[x] Google confidential | Do not distribute
  12. 12. Visit to Milpitas Unified School District Teacher as a coach Group work Personalized Learning Blended Learning Google confidential | Do not distribute
  13. 13. Amit Singh, Google in Education Google confidential | Do not distribute
  14. 14. How can we start to address these challenges? Group 1: Inequity ● Poland, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, Thailand Group 2: Teaching ● Malaysia, Canada, New Zealand, Mexico, YTL Group 3: Infrastructure & Tools ● India, Romania, New Zealand, YTL Google confidential | Do not distribute
  15. 15. THANK YOU! Google confidential | Do not distribute
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  24. 24. APPENDIX Google confidential | Do not distribute
  25. 25. BRAINSTORM ● informal work group on: ○ ○ teaching ○ ● infrastructure & tools inequity create online forum, hangouts ○ ○ ● hangouts with Googlers hangouts with experts regional focus groups - EMEA, SE Asia, etc. ○ have ppl at Google pull up regional themes with descriptors, summaries, documents, case studies ● can we identify best practices quickly and surface them quickly to the group ● need to grow beyond this circle ● specific topics of interest -- find the best experts and bring them to a hangout for everyone ● have delegates also send/recommend experts, highlight best practices Google confidential | Do not distribute
  26. 26. Best moments ● students were so articulate about CBs and cloud computing - unscripted, 10 years old, about how amazing his experience has been ● blended learning style, blended IT into the schools, into teaching ● inspiring to get to know ppl from very different places and know that they are proud of their work they are doing and their willingness to do something different, making lives better, children with better futures ● great to see teachers proud of their work, ppl proud of their work ● reality of business and public education working together ○ ● idealism doesn’t just exist in education, making the world a better place has a place in a corporation ○ ● that for profit companies can really make a difference google thinks about the world and their community the notion of getting the next 5 billion online, the potential of Loon --> of bringing a lot of brains online, bring the next generation think, analyze better, combined with well-intentioned technology, is cause for great optimism Google confidential | Do not distribute

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