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CORE Education's ten trends for 2012


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Trends shaping the nature and future of education in New Zealand.

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CORE Education's ten trends for 2012

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  4. 4. •  How  might  an  ‘internet  of  things’  apply  in  an   educa8on  se9ng,  e.g  tracking  students,  smart   buildings,  etc.?  •  What  are  some  of  the  social  and  ethical   considera8ons  that  will  need  to  be  resolved?  •  Consider  specifically  how  school  resources,   including  library  resources,  could  be  managed   differently?  What  are  the  implica8ons  for  libraries   themselves?  
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  7. 7. •  Is  your  school  network  prepared  to  accommodate   the  influx  of  student-­‐owned  mobile  devices  being   connected?  •  How  would  you  describe  the  concept  of  “the   cloud”  to  your  staff  or  board  of  trustees?  •  How  could  your  school  make  effec8ve  use  of   ‘cloud-­‐based’  applica8ons  and  services  for  students   and  staff?  
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  10. 10. •  To  what  extent  does  the  use  of  digital  technologies   feature  as  a  strategy  for  personalising  the  learning   experience  for  students  in  your  school?    •  What  use  are  we  making  of  learning  analy8cs  to   predict  and  advise  on  learning  through  the   applica8ons  we  use?  •  How  might  an  adap8ve  web  environment  be   beneficial  to  schools,  e.g.  for  personalising  learner   spaces,  interac8ons  with  parents  and  community   etc?  
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  14. 14. •  How  ‘open’  are  the  approaches  to  resource   development  and  sharing  in  your  school?  •  What  use  do  you  make  of  ‘open’  content  and  open   teaching  in  your  school?  •  How  could  access  to  open  educa8on  op8ons   benefit  your  students?  your  staff?  •  What  processes  would  you  need  to  put  in  place  to   ensure  the  appropriate  licenses  are  adhered  to?  •  How  will  you/your  staff  gain  the  experience  of   open  teaching?  How  will  you  ensure  your  students   gain  the  skills/experience  of  learning  this  way?  
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  17. 17. •  How  well  is  the  concept  of  global  ci8zenship   embedded  within  your  school  curriculum?  Do  you   have  a  vision  for  the  global  future  that  your   students  will  inhabit?  •  What  is  your  personal/school  vision  for  being   digitally  literate?  •  How  are  the  prac8ces  of  cyber-­‐ci8zens  being   modelled  in  your  school?  What  would  be  the   response  of  staff  to  a  breakdown  in  this  area?  
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  19. 19. •  How  do  your  programmes  of  learning  enable  students   to  con8nue  learning  outside  of  the  classroom  or  school   hours?  •  What  sorts  of  projects  could  you  involve    your  students   in  right  now  that  would  provide  them  with  the  rich   experiences  of  collabora8ng  on  authen8c  tasks,  and   connec8ng  virtually  with  experts?  •  How  might    you  embrace  the  opportuni8es  of   professional  learning  for  staff  in  the  online   environment?  
  20. 20. •  What  advantages  and  opportuni8es  do  the  new   forms  of  data  manipula8on  provide  for  teachers   and  students?  •  What  use  are  you  making  of  the  open  data  sources   that  are  now  available?  •  What  provision  are  you  making  for  the  new  forms   of  interac8on  design  that  are  emerging  in  your   thinking  for  the  future?  
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  22. 22. •  What  priority  do  you  give  to  providing  3D  learning   experiences  for  your  students?  •  What  sorts  of  experiences  could  you  provide  right   now…  and  into  the  future?  •  What  challenges  does  thinking  in  3D  raise  in  terms   of  assessment?  How  can  these  be  resolved?  
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  24. 24. •  What  use  do  you  make  of  social  media?  •  What  use  is  made  of  social  media  by  students  for   learning  in  your  school?  •  What  provision  is  made  for  teaching  about  and   modelling  the  appropriate  use  of  social  media  in   your  school?  
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  28. 28. •  What  are  your  beliefs  about  the  importance  of   being  digitally  literate?  How  are  these   represented  in  your  school    programmes?  •  What  is  happening  in  your  school  to  cater  for   and  encourage  those  students  who  have  an   interest  in  computer  programming?  
  29. 29. Ten Trends Matrix Explanation Drivers Impact ImplicationsA brief statement describing Examples of the key Examples of the current Suggestions of where thiswhat the trend is about. innovations that are creating experience of teachers and trend may be taking us, and change and driving this trend. learners that illustrate the the future possibilities for our impact of this trend on work as educators. teaching and learning.
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