ICT in education: transformation, not substitution (update 06-22-14)
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Background for MEST for policy making in Kosovo

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    ICT in education: transformation, not substitution (update 06-22-14) ICT in education: transformation, not substitution (update 06-22-14) Presentation Transcript

    • ICT in education: ! transformation, not substitution" Esko Lius Expert, Digital Learning Twitter: @eskolius
    • ”" One key lesson is to  acknowledge the many facets  that ICT in Education policies  have to tackle such as  teacher competencies,  learning materials,  ICT equipment, student  and teacher motivation,  as well as the linkages to  other areas of national policy  and socio-economic development. Esko Lius 2014"
    • UNESCO's Framework  emphasizes that  it is not enough for teachers  to have ICT skills and be able  to teach them to their students. Esko Lius 2014"
    • ICT in education"
    • Technology! " Deployment" Support" Applications" Online services" Pedagogy! " Tech learning cycle" SAMR model" Authentic learning" " ICT in education" Esko Lius 2014"
    • SAMR model" Transformation! Redefinition" Modification" Augmentation" Substitution" Enhancement! Collaboration" Usage" Technology allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable." Technology allows for significant task redesign." Technology acts as direct tool substitute, with functional improvement." Technology acsts as direct tool substitute, with no functional change." Ruben R. Puentedura, hippasus.com/resources/tte" Esko Lius 2014"
    • Substitution" Esko Lius 2014" National Policy for ITC in Education
    • Augmentation" Esko Lius 2014"
    • Modification" Esko Lius 2014"
    • Redefinition" Esko Lius 2014"
    • Technology learning cycle" Awareness" Sharing &" Reflection" Exploration &" Filtration" Learning" Personal &" Professional" Application" Esko Lius 2014"
    • Teachers need to be able to" help the students become " collaborative, problem-solving, creative learners " through using ICT so they will be effective citizens " and members of the workforce. " Esko Lius 2014"
    • collaborative, problem-solving, creative learners" Esko Lius 2014"
    • Esko Lius 2014"
    • Esko Lius 2014"
    • Are teachers ready to" let the students become " collaborative, problem-solving, creative learners " " What should change in the classroom? ! ! ?" Esko Lius 2014"
    • Are teachers ready to" let the students become " collaborative, problem-solving, creative learners " " What should change in the classroom? ! What is the role of the MEST in this change?! ?" Esko Lius 2014"
    • •  Understanding ICT in education" •  Curriculum and assessment" •  Pedagogy" •  ICT " •  Organisation and administration" •  Teacher professional learning" The Framework therefore addresses " all aspects of a teacher's work:" Esko Lius 2014"
    • Technology literacy Knowledge deepening Knowledge creation The Framework therefore addresses " all aspects of a teacher's work:" •  Understanding ICT in education" •  Curriculum and assessment" •  Pedagogy" •  ICT " •  Organisation and administration" •  Teacher professional learning" Esko Lius 2014"
    • The UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers" Students use ICT" to learn more" efficiently." Students acquire " in-depth knowledge of their school subjects and apply it to complex, real-world problems." Students, citizens and the workforce they become, create new knowledge required for more harmonious, fulfilling and prosperous societies." Policy awareness Basic knowledge Integrate technology Basic tools Standard classroom Digital literacy Policy understanding Knowledge application Complex problem solving Complex tools Collaborative groups Manage and guide Policy innovation Knowledge society skills Self management Pervasive tools Learning organizations Teacher as model learner Understanding ICT in education Curriculum and assessment Pedagogy ICT Organization and administration Teacher professional learning Esko Lius 2014"
    • example!
    • Issues to be addressed when developing ICT in education ! " ICT equipment learning materials teacher competencies student motivation teacher motivation GOAL: to transform learning via ICT,! instead of mere substituting old tools! Esko Lius 2014"
    • Sources and references for policy making! " ICT Competency Framework for Teachers" Transforming education: the power of ICT policies Guide to measuring ICT in education Some sources and references for criteria on pilot schools! " Practical guide to pilot projects of ICT in edu Example: Digital Schools of Distinction Criteria Esko Lius 2014"
    • Presentation available online" j.mp/lius-kosovo-transformation" " Photos & contents by Esko Lius" June 2014" Open educational resource"