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Keynote address from John Stone of the Learning & Skills Network, at RSC South East's 2006 ILT Fair, Merrist Wood

Keynote address from John Stone of the Learning & Skills Network, at RSC South East's 2006 ILT Fair, Merrist Wood

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  • These slides are from John Stone's keynote speech at the RSC South East's ILT Fair in October 2006 at Guildford College, Merrist Wood. Presentations, videos and other resources can be viewed at http://moodle.rsc-southeast.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=12 (login using guest access)
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  • Mainstreaming e-learning . John Stone
  • ‘Learning 2010’ (Published 2000)
    • The subjects and curricula people learn will be radically different
    • The teaching profession will be unrecognisable
    • The infrastructure, both in institutions and the move to ICT, will be transformed
  • Meanwhile in the real world…
    • Music
    • Media
    • Retail
    • Democracy
    • Communications
    • Relationships
    • Collaboration,
    • Business
    • A generation defined
    • The World is Flat
  • While here in education…
  • Things we can do more of
    • Visualisation
    • Diagnosis
    • Support
    • Autonomy
    • Pacing
    • Collaboration
    • Knowledge Integration
    • Trial and Error
  • Changing Emphases
    • Less
      • Factual learning
      • Specialisation
      • Formal Learning
      • Examinations
    • More
      • Processing and developing information
      • On-line enterprise
      • Social Responsibility
      • Creativity and ideas
      • Interpersonal skills (on and off line)
      • Extended team work
      • Adaptability
  • How we tried (EHWLC)
  • Vision for our students
    • Teaching as good as we can make it
    • Personalised learning
    • Wide variety of individual needs
    • Information and support
    • Good quality services
    • Excellent resources
    • Key developments
      • Student intranet/VLE
      • E-registration
      • On-line review
      • MLE
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  • Vision for staff
    • Communications a priority
    • Openness and Sharing
    • Information readily available
    • Resources & Tools
    • Making life easier
    • Key initiatives
      • Intranet
      • Wireless
      • MLE
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  • Teaching & Learning
  • Vision for Quality
    • Challenged Self Assessment
    • Course evaluation
    • Appraisal
    • Key Initiatives
      • On line systems
      • Evidence at College, Division, Team and Individual level
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  • Learning and Skills Network
    • The ‘business end’ of LSDA
    • Research, Development, Training and Support for Learning and Skills
      • Key Skills/Functional Skills
      • Citizenship
      • 14-19 pathfinders
      • Train to Gain Support Programme
      • e-learning ‘transformation’ programme
  • How we might try harder
    • From e-learning to learning
    • From e-CPD to CPD
    • Initial Teacher Training
    • From Project to Mainstream
      • Embedded e-learning
    • Relationship with JISC
  • How we might be transformed
    • What do 21 st Century Learners need to learn?
    • How and Where should they learn it?
      • Full Time School/College
      • Work Place
      • Community
      • Enterprise
      • On line/Face to Face
    • How will their programme be integrated and managed
    • London Virtual School
    • A Personalised Learning Experience
  • Learning 2020?
  • Learning and Skills Network LSNeducation.org.uk