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Virtual education for the xxi century

  1. 1. VIRTUAL EDUCATION FOR THE XXI CENTURY Daniela Londoño 8A
  2. 2. the 21st Century: Virtual, Blended and Flipped Classrooms The digital conversion means different things to different education leaders in K-12, especially with new state standards driving change in what exactly classroom learning looks like. But the 2013 Speak Up Survey data reveals an exciting new trend—everyone seems to agree that online learning options are providing more ways than ever to engage students. With 43% of district administrators now offering online courses, many education leaders are realizing the potential of online learning to help address these new standards and to meet the changing needs of an ever-diversifying student population. Online learning is no longer just a platform for the delivery of instruction— it has become a highly efficient way for teachers and students to communicate, collaborate and connect around content
  3. 3. in the 21st Century: Mobile Devices + Social Media = Personalized Learning Learning in the 21st Century Image As the environment for mobile learning has matured over the last few years, we now have greater clarity around the key opportunities and challenges associated with student use of mobile devices within instruction. In this new special report, we examine the Speak Up 2011 national findings to examine the growth in mobile accessibility and the demand for mobile access among students, parents and teachers. It also addresses the challenges associated with personal mobile access in schools and the potential for mobile technology to actually decrease costs for administrators while enhancing learning for students
  4. 4. Learning in the 21st Century: A 5 Year Retrospective on the Growth in Online Learning Learning in the 21st Century Image In this latest update report, we document the significant changes over the past five years in the growth of the interest levels in online learning and numbers of students and educators who have now had online learning experiences. Then we use that five year growth retrospective to shine a bright light on the impact of this evolutionary process on new programs, policies and plans for expanding online learning opportunities for students and teachers
  5. 5. Learning in the 21st Century: 2011 Trends Update As new technologies continue to emerge, schools are tasked with figuring out how to leverage these tools to engage students for learning. One of the ways in which schools are seeing success is through online learning, which not only engages them in contextually-based content, but also enables greater personalization on the learning process. Based on the 2010 Speak Up survey facilitated by Project Tomorrow, the 2011 Trends Update provides insight on the state of online learning by answering Who is learning online? What is propelling this new level of interest and excitement around online learning? Can online learning really transform the learning process? What is standing in the way of greater adoption of online learning in our nation’s schools? What are the most effective motivators to increase the pool of teachers who want to teacher online?
  6. 6. Learning in the 21st Century: Taking it Mobile! This report identifies key findings from the Speak Up 2009 trends report and from interviews with innovative educators who are leveraging mobile devices for learning. Their stories illustrate emerging trends, implementation considerations and strategies for implementing mobile learning initiatives
  7. 7. Learning In the 21st Century: Parents’ Perspectives, Parents’ Priorities (Released October 2009) Parents are important, but often overlooked, stakeholders in education. Learning in the 21st Century: Parents’ Perspectives, Parents Priorities’ explores the views of parents on the role of technology in education and how well they believe that schools are doing to prepare children for the jobs and careers of the future. Based upon the voices of over 21,000 parents collected through the Speak Up 2008 National Research Project, this landmark report investigates both the angst and the aspirations of parents
  8. 8. Learning in the 21st Century: 2010 trends Update As new technologies continue to emerge, schools are tasked with figuring out how to leverage these tools to engage students for learning. One of the ways in which schools are seeing success is through online learning, which not only engages them in contextually-based content, but also enables greater personalization on the learning process. Based on the 2010 Speak Up survey facilitated by Project Tomorrow, the 2011 Trends Update provides insight on the state of online learning
  9. 9. Daniela Londoño 8 A Walter Agudelo Informatica

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