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Transforming Learning in a Millennial World

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A keynote presentation given at the BSME Annual Conference at the Yas Conference Centre in Abu Dhabi.
This presentation falls into two parts:
The first looks at how schools can manage Millennial teachers and can support Millennial parents.
The second makes some predictions about how education might change over the next ten years.

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Transforming Learning in a Millennial World

  1. 1. Mark S. Steed,MA (Cambridge) MA (Nottingham), MSc (Ashridge-Hult Business School) Director, JESS, Dubai @JESSDubai @JESS_Director @IndependentHead Transforming learning in a millennial world. BSMEAnnualConference Yas MarinaConferenceCentre Wednesday20thMarch2019: 0900-1000 This presentation is on my blog http://independenthead.blogspot.com
  2. 2. Transforming learning in a Millennial world 4. EducationTransformed in the Millennial World 3.The challenge of Millennial Parents 1.The Enigma that is the Millennial 2.The challenge of MillennialTeachers PART ONE: Millennials PARTTWO: #FutureSchool 5.Transforming Learning in the Millennial World
  3. 3. Millennials PART ONE
  4. 4. #Millennials PartOne: TheEnigmathatis theMillennial: Whyare theyso…..Millennial? #BSME2019
  5. 5. Millennials The enigma that is the Millennial
  6. 6. Millennials
  7. 7. Millennials
  8. 8. Millennials Millennials are characterised in popular culture as having a number of traits which include:  a familiarity and facility with technology;  a dislike of hierarchy and a preference for flat management structures;  a sense of idealism that sees them want to make a difference in the world;  a sense of self that borders on the narcissistic;  a sense of entitlement.
  9. 9. Millennials TIME magazine 20th May 2013
  10. 10. Millennials Millennials - the Social Media Generation? Play out their lives on Instagram A world of ‘likes’: Need for affirmation
  11. 11. Millennials Millennials - the Social Media Generation? Facebook is for old people Instagram is for beautiful people Twitter is for ugly people
  12. 12. Millennials ‘The incidence of narcissistic personality disorder is nearly 3x as high for people in their 20s as for the generation that's now 65 or older.’
  13. 13. Millennials ‘The information revolution has further empowered individuals by handing them the technology to compete against huge organizations: hackers vs. corporations, bloggers vs. newspapers, terrorists vs. nation-states, YouTube directors vs. studios, app-makers vs. entire industries. Millennials don't need us.’
  14. 14. Millennials
  15. 15. Understanding Millennials: ACaveat A caveat
  16. 16. Understanding Millennials: ACaveat “A pernicious excitement to learn and play BLANK has spread all over the country ... BLANK is a mere amusement of a very inferior character, which robs the mind of valuable time that might be devoted to nobler acquirements, while it affords no benefit whatever to the body. BLANK has acquired a high reputation as being a means to discipline the mind, but persons engaged in sedentary occupations should never practise this cheerless game; they require out-door exercises-not this sort of mental gladiatorship.” Young People and Gaming
  17. 17. Understanding Millennials: ACaveat “A pernicious excitement to learn and play CHESS has spread all over the country ... CHESS is a mere amusement of a very inferior character, which robs the mind of valuable time that might be devoted to nobler acquirements, while it affords no benefit whatever to the body. CHESS has acquired a high reputation as being a means to discipline the mind, but persons engaged in sedentary occupations should never practice this cheerless game; they require out-door exercises-not this sort of mental gladiatorship.” Young People and Gaming Scientific American, July 1859 Issue
  18. 18. Understanding Millennials: ACaveat “I've come up with a set of rules that describe our reactions to technologies: 1. Anything that is in the world when you’re born is normal and ordinary and is just a natural part of the way the world works. 2. Anything that's invented between when you’re 15 and 35 is new and exciting and revolutionary and you can probably get a career in it. 3. Anything invented after you’re 35 is against the natural order of things.” The Salmon of Doubt Douglas Adams (1952-2001)
  19. 19. Understanding Millennials Why are Millennials so . . . . . Millennial?
  20. 20. Why are Millennials so . . . . Millennial? Why are Millennials the ? Poor Parenting
  21. 21. Parenting 1.0 Transforming Learning in a Millennial World Childhood1.0 Parenting1.0
  22. 22. Childhood 1.0 Parenting 1.0 Think of your fondest childhood memories: Outside? No Adult Supervision?
  23. 23. Childhood 1.0 Parenting 1.0 A world without Risk-Assessments
  24. 24. Childhood 1.0 Parenting 1.0 Screentime 1.0
  25. 25. Childhood 1.0 Parenting 1.0 Me at the top of Summit – having climbed Snowdon Aged 5 Parenting 1970-style
  26. 26. Childhood 1.0 Parenting 1.0 “It’s character-building”
  27. 27. Childhood 1.0 Parenting 1.0
  28. 28. Parenting 2.0 Transforming Learning in a Millennial World Understanding Millennials Childhood2.0 Parenting2.0
  29. 29. Understanding Millennials Childhood 2.0 Parenting 2.0 Achievement 2.0
  30. 30. Understanding Millennials Childhood 2.0 Parenting 2.0 Parents who find it difficult to say “No” Children who aren’t used to being told “No”
  31. 31. Understanding Millennials Adulthood 3.0 Screentime 3.0
  32. 32. #Millennials PartTwo: TheChallengeofMillennialTeachers #BSME2019
  33. 33. Millennial Teachers The enigma that is the Millennial teacher
  34. 34. We need Millennial Teachers More Energy Up to date
  35. 35. Millennial Teachers #Dependence New Staff Induction
  36. 36. Millennial Teachers #Dependence Can I bring my mum?
  37. 37. Millennial Teachers #Promotion ‘Millennials got so many participation trophies growing up that a recent study showed that 40% believe they should be promoted every two years, regardless of performance.’
  38. 38. Millennial Teachers #Entitlement #Entitlement
  39. 39. Middle East Millennials Middle East Millennials Millennials 3
  40. 40. Middle East Millennials
  41. 41. Middle East Millennials Middle East Millennials “Welcome to teacher world I’m used to having six or seven international holidays a year. “
  42. 42. Middle East Millennials Entitlement 3
  43. 43. Millennial Teachers #Happiness #Happiness
  44. 44. Millennial Teachers #Happiness School Leaders who say “No” + Teachers who aren’t used to being told “No” = Poor Staff Satisfaction Surveys
  45. 45. Millennial Teachers #Happiness “How much cake will make you happy?”
  46. 46. Millennial Teachers #Wellbeing #Wellbeing
  47. 47. Millennial Teachers #Wellbeing FEEL GOOD THURSDAY YOGA & YOGHURT
  48. 48. Millennial Teachers #Wellbeing Should schools take primary responsibility for StaffWellbeing?
  49. 49. Millennial Teachers #Wellbeing I take full responsibility for my personal wellbeing
  50. 50. Millennial Teachers #Work-Life Balance #Work-Life Balance
  51. 51. Millennial Teachers #Work-Life Balance “We have a lot to fit into 180 days.”
  52. 52. Millennial Teachers #Leadership “It’s a life-style choice”
  53. 53. Millennial Teachers #Leadership Schools mustn’t fall into the same trap as Parents 2.0 and pander to the Millennials’ every whim. #ToughLove
  54. 54. Millennial Teachers Foster talent
  55. 55. #Millennials PartThree: TheChallengeofMillennialParents #BSME2019
  56. 56. Polarised Parenting Under-Parenting Over- Parenting
  57. 57. Millennial Parenting 3.0 #Free-Range Parenting Under-Parenting
  58. 58. Photo Credit: Ben Dixon The Benign-Neglect Parent (2010 – Present)
  59. 59. Millennial Parenting 3.0 #Snowplough Parenting Over-Parenting
  60. 60. The Rise of the Helicopter Parent (2000 – 2010)
  61. 61. Lawnmower Parenting (2010 – Present)
  62. 62. Snowplough Parenting (2010 – Present)
  63. 63. Millennial Parenting 3.0 Parent-Teacher Meetings
  64. 64. Millennial Parenting 3.0
  65. 65. Millennial Parenting 3.0 “Can I see your Easter Bonnet Policy?”
  66. 66. Millennial Parenting 3.0 Parents arguing every detention
  67. 67. Millennial Parenting 3.0 Want more Homework Want no Homework Homework Free-range Parenting Lawnmower Parenting AI learning platforms will provide a flexible homework solution:
  68. 68. Millennial Parenting 3.0 Millennial Parents need support
  69. 69. Millennial Parenting 3.0 #Leadership Schools need to take a lead: Schools have access to professionals and professional expertise. Schools are already a focus for the local community – we bring people together. Schools have an institutional knowledge in how to bring up children.
  70. 70. Millennial Parenting 3.0 #Leadership Parenting Classes
  71. 71. Millennial Parenting 3.0 #Leadership Online Safety Parenting Classes Coping with Stress
  72. 72. Millennial Parenting 3.0 #Leadership TheTriangle ofTrust Child HomeSchool
  73. 73. #FutureSchool Transforming Learning in a MillennialWorld PARTTWO
  74. 74. #FutureSchool#Disruption PartFour: EducationTransformedinthe MillennialWorld: #BSME2019
  75. 75. Education transformed in a Millennial World Learning in a MillennialWorld Education is going to go through a period of disruptive change in the next ten years
  76. 76. Three Drivers of Disruptive Change in Education 1. GlobalTeacher Shortages 3. Decline in the Importance of Qualifications 2. Private Sector Investment in Education
  77. 77. Drivers of DisruptiveChange 1. Teacher Shortages Source: UNESCO Institute of Statistics, Fact Sheet No.39 October 2016 The world will need 3.3 million more primary teachers and 5.1 million more lower Secondary teachers by 2030.
  78. 78. Drivers of DisruptiveChange 1. Teacher Shortages Source: UNESCO Institute of Statistics, Fact Sheet No.39 October 2016 The present model of one teacher standing in front of a class of 20-30 pupils is unsustainable.
  79. 79. Drivers of DisruptiveChange 2.PrivateSector Investmentin Education Education is very expensive
  80. 80. Drivers of DisruptiveChange 2.PrivateSector Investmentin Education Education is very big business: It was a $5 trillion industry in 2014 and is growing at $600 billion a year. The EdTech Industry is set to be worth $252bn by 2020. IBIS Capital Global EdTech Industry Report 2016
  81. 81. Drivers of DisruptiveChange 3. Declinein the Importance of Qualifications
  82. 82. Drivers of DisruptiveChange 3. Declinein the Importance of Qualifications Top firms are turning away from qualifications and using skills-based aptitude tests and psychological profiling to recruit.
  83. 83. Drivers of DisruptiveChange 3. Declineof Importance of Qualifications The trouble is that we don’t know what the new rules are.
  84. 84. Drivers of DisruptiveChange 3. Declinein the Importance of Qualifications Primary Schools Secondary Schools Top Universities Top Employers One role of Schools and Universities
  85. 85. Drivers of DisruptiveChange 3. Declinein the Importance of Qualifications Primary Education Top GCSE and A-level Results Top Degree Results Career Opportunities/ Salary Passing Examination is the key
  86. 86. Drivers of DisruptiveChange 3. Declinein the Importance of Qualifications To date, examination success has been a proxy for the qualities which employers are seeking.
  87. 87. Drivers of DisruptiveChange 3. Declinein the Importance of Qualifications R.I.P.
  88. 88. Drivers of DisruptiveChange 3. Declinein the Importance of Qualifications R.I.P.
  89. 89. Three Drivers of Disruptive Change in Education 1. GlobalTeacher Shortages 3. Decline in the Importance of Qualifications 2. Private Sector Investment in Education
  90. 90. EdTech and the #FutureSchool Education offered at different price points: Premium Mid-Range Budget
  91. 91. Premium Mid-Range Budget EdTech and the #FutureSchool Variables • School and Class Size • Facilities • Qualifications ofTeachers • Amount of ContactTime Education offered at different price points:
  92. 92. EdTech and the #FutureSchool Premium Education will be delivered by specialist teachers in augmented classrooms with a range of resources. Budget Education will be delivered totally through online courses on learning platforms Mid-Range Education will be delivered by “blended-learning models” via AI,VirtualTeaching andVR Conferencing
  93. 93. EdTech and the #FutureSchool Budget Education will be delivered totally through online courses on learning platforms Some education is better than no education for the 263m
  94. 94. EdTech and the #FutureSchool Budget Education will be delivered totally through online courses on learning platforms VR and AI systems have the potential to transform education in the developing world. Where does EdTech fit in?
  95. 95. EdTech and the #FutureSchool Mid-Range Education will be delivered by “blended-learning models” via AI,VirtualTeaching andVR Conferencing Virtual andVRTeaching will be commonplace
  96. 96. EdTech and the #FutureSchool Mid-Range Education will be delivered by “blended-learning models” via AI,VirtualTeaching andVR Conferencing VR and AI systems will play a significant role in content delivery, assessment and reporting. Where does EdTech fit in?
  97. 97. EdTech and the #FutureSchool Premium Education will be delivered by specialist teachers in augmented classrooms with a range of resources. Classroom of the Future
  98. 98. EdTech and the #FutureSchool Premium Education will be delivered by specialist teachers in augmented classrooms with a range of resources. AI systems and VR/AR will augment teaching and learning: Where does EdTech fit in?
  99. 99. AI and the #FutureSchool Want more Homework Where does EdTech fit in? Want no Homework Millennial Parents Free-Range Parenting Lawnmower Parenting AI learning platforms provide a flexible homework solution: The system takes the strain on Marking and Reporting
  100. 100. #FutureSchool#Disruption PartFive: TransformingLearning inthe MillennialWorld: #BSME2019
  101. 101. Transforming Learning in the MillennialWorld What we teach What students learn will change Content Skills
  102. 102. Transforming Learning in the MillennialWorld How we teach How we teach will change EdTech is likely to change the role of SecondaryTeachers:  There will be fewer teachers delivering content.  Teachers will be the ‘guide on the side’.  There will be ‘student motivators’.
  103. 103. Transforming Learning in the MillennialWorld How we assess Present  Terminal high-stakes Tests 10 years’ time  Regular low-stakes Tests  Online  Portfolio (of experiences)  Merging of Curricular and Extra-Curricular How we assess will change
  104. 104. Transforming Learning in the Millennial World: We need  Problem-solvers  People who challenge the status quo  People who think out of the box  Creatives  Strong Digital Skills
  105. 105. Transforming Learning in the Millennial World: We need Millennials
  106. 106. #FutureSchool#Disruption PartSix: DEBATE: #BSME2019
  107. 107. DEBATE: In this Millennial world: Is it time to go back to the fundamental principles on which our educational system was founded?
  108. 108. Transforming Learning in the MillennialWorld: GCSE C21 Skills, Qualities, &.Values A-Levels Primary Degree In the meantime: How do we square the circle?
  109. 109. DEBATE: How do we manage Millennial staff? How do we support Millennial parents?
  110. 110. Mark S. Steed MA (Cambridge), MA (Nottingham), MSc (Ashridge-Hult Business School) Director of JESS Dubai  Email: mss@jess.sch.ae Twitter: @JESS_Director @independenthead LinkedIn: uk.linkedin.com/in/independenthead Blog: http://independenthead.blogspot.com SlideShare: http://www.slideshare.net/independenthead  YouTube: IndependentHead JESS DigitalChannel JESS Dubai Channel

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