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Stephen Banick - The Grand Challenge   Az E Learning Transformation
Stephen Banick - The Grand Challenge   Az E Learning Transformation
Stephen Banick - The Grand Challenge   Az E Learning Transformation
Stephen Banick - The Grand Challenge   Az E Learning Transformation
Stephen Banick - The Grand Challenge   Az E Learning Transformation
Stephen Banick - The Grand Challenge   Az E Learning Transformation
Stephen Banick - The Grand Challenge   Az E Learning Transformation
Stephen Banick - The Grand Challenge   Az E Learning Transformation
Stephen Banick - The Grand Challenge   Az E Learning Transformation
Stephen Banick - The Grand Challenge   Az E Learning Transformation
Stephen Banick - The Grand Challenge   Az E Learning Transformation
Stephen Banick - The Grand Challenge   Az E Learning Transformation
Stephen Banick - The Grand Challenge   Az E Learning Transformation
Stephen Banick - The Grand Challenge   Az E Learning Transformation
Stephen Banick - The Grand Challenge   Az E Learning Transformation
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Stephen Banick - The Grand Challenge Az E Learning Transformation

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A 10-year master plan for implementing a cost-effective hybrid elearning infrastructure in Arizona K12

A 10-year master plan for implementing a cost-effective hybrid elearning infrastructure in Arizona K12

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  • 1. Grand Challenge Transforming Arizona’s K12 Education by Adopting an eLearning Systems Design By Stephen Banick and Ted Kraver October, 2010 ©2010 eSATS all rights reserved
  • 2. Grand Challenge – Discussion Topics Arizona’s Education ‘Problem’  eSATS: a Transformative, Systemic Solution  Implementation: a 10-Year Rollout to Education Excellence Benefits: a ‘Virtuous Cycle’ of (better)… Workforce Economy ©2010 eSATS all rights reserved
  • 3. Arizona’s Education ‘Problem’ We’re failing to prepare AZ’s students for a 21st Century ‘globalized,’ knowledge-based economy – thus, creating a ‘vicious cycle’ of …  limited skilled workers  limited high-value employers (why come to AZ.?)  limited revenues in State coffers ©2010 eSATS all rights reserved
  • 4. Arizona’s Education ‘Problem’  Under-achieved (…and Over-bored?) • 38th nationally (Lowest quartile ranking) – in NAEB test scores, graduation rates and young adult education. • 44th in family/parental education  Legacy Education’s Poor Legacy: (natl. stats) • investment per-student (…more teachers… more pay… all-day 44% kindergarten…longer classes …tutoring…) • 0 % change in performance! (learning effects/outcomes) ©2010 eSATS all rights reserved
  • 5. Arizona’s Education ‘Problem’  Insufficient Intellectual Infrastructure and Physical Infrastructure • Only 5% learning is currently online • Broad-band (but) Narrow-penetration (rural lack of telecomm) • Limited data-warehousing/mining  poor decision support • Lack of ‘Masters’: STEM, languages &the ‘Digital Classroom’  Funding Squeeze • AZ teachers 51st in pay parity with other occupations • 1998 SFB plan curtailed for 21st Century school design • CTE barely survived 2010 budget axe • Layoffs… outdated curricula… min. Prof. Development $... <$100 annually! ©2010 eSATS all rights reserved
  • 6. The eSATS Solution: ‘Disruptive Innovation’ !!!  The ‘Grand Challenge’ … a 10-year undertaking for transforming AZ’s Legacy Ed system  a 21st Century eLearning system Fed  eSATS = eLearning Systems Design for for Arizona Teachers and Students State  Systematic Framework … All Levels  District … w/ greatest emphasis upon Teacher-Student relationship  Unique in U.S. – “first mover” potential School to position AZ Ed for long-term success Classroom: Teacher- Student ©2010 eSATS all rights reserved
  • 7. The eSATS Solution: ‘Disruptive Innovation’ !!! Goals – Lofty but Achievable…  Student Performance & Productivity • 68%  95% graduation rates … “Worst First” NAEB test score quartiles (state ranks) … cycle-time reduction ~10-30%  Teacher Performance, Productivity, Pay • “Sage-on-the-stage” and “Guide on the side” … 1:1 tutelage reach 3-5X … 15% comp. (beyond COLA/other)  State Image • First-mover /early adopter eLearning bennies (“Columbus Effect”) … attract world-class employers, researchers, teachers, industry  Budget Neutral (no, seriously) • Cost savings $8.5 B  Net Investment $1.2 B …. over 10 years ©2010 eSATS all rights reserved
  • 8. The eSATS Solution: ‘Disruptive Innovation’ !!! eLearning Revisited: an Education paradigm  (just) “Computer-Learning” ? Not ! Technology and methodology  Holistic Approach across all five Ed levels  ‘Rich-media,’ digital curricula (localized & Cloud)  Ubiquitous access flexible place; flexible time; myriad interfaces  Hybrid approach w/Legacy best-practices  Integrated decision support streamlining summative & formative data/results ©2010 eSATS all rights reserved
  • 9. The eSATS Solution: ‘Disruptive Innovation’ !!! Highlights of the ‘Digital Classroom’  1:1 Student–Digital interface (currently 8:1) – PCs, eBooks/Kindles , PDA/handhelds, notebooks/laptops/iPads, cell/smartphones, iPods…  Personalized, self-paced learning (PLPs) w/new formative tests in 2014/15  Teacher workstation & knowledge portal ‘Command console’ & best-in-class research/product offerings  Cost savings from operational efficiencies • Moore’s Law – costs-per-transaction processing power • SaaS /Cloud – Economy-of-scale curricula; less overhead (tech maint./support, security) • Reduced student ‘cycle’ – slowed school construction pace … less utilities, transport, food… ©2010 eSATS all rights reserved
  • 10. The eSATS Solution: ‘Disruptive Innovation’ !!! E-Learning – cool concept, proven results  Who • 3 successful AZ pilots: Wilson K-8, Empire/Vail, Carpe Diem/Yuma • Other states: UT, MO., MI., ME., FL.…Netherlands… • National meta-studies: (40 yr. history) CBI, Interactive Multimedia Instruction, Intelligent Tutoring systems & recent 1:1 systems  What they found (sample results) • Significant achievement transformation • C’s  B’s • 10th percentile (scores)  50th • Disadvantaged, Private/Public/Charter ? - no matter! • ‘Archimedes Lever-age’ • $200,000 grant (Fl.)  100,000 significant student learning outcomes ©2010 eSATS all rights reserved
  • 11. Implementing eSATS: Structured, Phased, Integrated, Measured, Refined Physical Infrastructure (State & District)  Finish build-out of Telecomm/Broadband GITA Goal: 2013 Connectivity (gbs): 2600% (by 2019)  Build ten (10) ‘21st Century’ schools annually  Acquire devices/peripherals for student interface 550,000 by Year Four (2:1 student ratio); 1.25 by Year Eight (1:1 ratio)  Acquire/install educator workstations teacher’s ‘command console’ & knowledge portal  Retrofit 2000 legacy schools 20 in Year1; peaking at 200+ in Year Five ©2010 eSATS all rights reserved
  • 12. Implementing eSATS : Structured, Phased, Integrated, Measured, Refined Intellectual Infrastructure (State & District) Develop eLearning teaching ‘masters’ 1) expand university (teaching college) eLearning prep; 2) professional development plan: “Basic”  “Master” in four years Evolve SAIS data warehouse for more streamlined decision-making (compliance, real-time learning support) Create DCCI –Digital Content/Curriculum Institute decision support, knowledge portal, on-site expertise Tech support training (1 per 400 connections) ©2010 eSATS all rights reserved
  • 13. Implementing eSATS : Structured, Phased, Integrated, Measured, Refined Changing the…  Complex tracking & accounting … must deal with a variable funding period  Individual PTP’s … require state data system integrated with each school, district, class  “Incentive Neutral” funding system … to assure that student masters course  AZ Certification resolution –unfettered access to “maximum choice” curricula while ensuring vendor/teacher quality ©2010 eSATS all rights reserved
  • 14. Implementing eSATS: Structured, Phased, Integrated, Measured, Refined Thought Leadership & the Gideon Effect eLAC – ‘eLearning Action Central’  Quasi-independent office… task-team… ‘Minister of Learning’ leader w/world-class innovation & adoption expertise …board of directors w/strong linkage to AZ shareholders  Operations… Project management, systems design, training/consulting  Stewardship … data tracking (formative and summative), analysis, reporting, measuring AZ comparison metrics w/national & global economy  Writing & winning RTTT-style grants… Fed-Ed $  AZ prominence!  Leveraging Ed & Industry stakeholders… ADE, ASU, ABEC, GAZEL, iNACOL, P20, AZeLTF, ATC, Pearson Digital, Apollo, GCU, Chamber of Commerce  Advocacy & Education- Legislature, Public /Civic orgs libraries, ???? ©2010 eSATS all rights reserved
  • 15. Benefits of eSATS: Win, Win…WinX  AZ’s Students – Learn faster…learn more…graduate (!)… college/workforce–ready… receive more opportunities… will stay ‘home’  AZ’s Teachers – Become ‘Masters’ … earn more… enhanced tutelage/‘reach’… will stay ‘home’  AZ Govt. & Taxpayers – Replace “F” with… … for virtually $0* Net Investment! *Not to mention… the State revenue ‘ROI’-effect! More industry… More highly skilled wage earners… ©2010 eSATS all rights reserved
  • 16. Grand Challenge Transforming Arizona’s K12 Education by Adopting an eLearning Systems Design ©2010 eSATS all rights reserved

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