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Study visit quality in education 2012

  1. 1. Education & ICT….. In The Netherlands twitter: @meindersma Jan Kees Meindersma Kennisnet September 2012
  2. 2. Education in The Netherlands  Primary Education 6900 schools, 1200 1.600.000 pupils 135.000 teachers  Secondary Education 647 schools; 70% special (religious) 900.000 pupils 64.000 teachers  Vocational Education: 66 educational institutions; 3% special (religious) 573.000 students 37.000 teachers 2
  3. 3. Short introduction of the organization
  4. 4. The Kennisnet Foundation The Netherlands aim to be among the top five knowledge economies of the world. ICT is a critical factor for meeting this challenge. Kennisnet is the public ict expertise centre for Dutch primary, secondary and vocational institutions Broad perspective on the use of ict within the national educational landscape 4
  5. 5. Kennisnet – some facts• Founded in 2001: 124 FTE• Funded by Ministry of Education• Annual basic funding EURO 18 million• Additional projects on specific funding
  6. 6. Three major roles Innovation Expertise Products & Services
  7. 7. Knowledge development en distribution
  8. 8. Examples of products en services
  9. 9. Samenwerking CooperationLeiderschapLeadership Vision Visie Deskundigheid Expertise Content Content Ict-infrastructure Ict-infrastructuur ICT in organisation, management ict bij het Secundair proces: gebruik van information PrimairICT in learning and teaching leren proces: gebruik van ict bij het organiseren, sturen en verantwoorden and accountability Gemeten opbrengsten Proven results Expected results Claims Beter Efficient Increased Improved Verhoogde Increased Betere Efficiënter Tijdsbesparing Time savings Meer Hogere learning learning control and professional motivation motivatie leerprestaties leerproces transparantie professionaliteit performances process accountability climate Doelmatige organisatie van het Meer leerrendement Beter results Efficiënt organisation leerproces
  10. 10. ICT used by teachers
  11. 11. Availability interactive whiteboards
  12. 12. Student – computer ratio
  13. 13. Quality of use of ict inschool administrations en processes 2010 2011 PO 75% 70% VO 57% 66% MBO 43% 42%
  14. 14. Our view on developments
  15. 15. Data driven education (I)(learning analytics & digital diagnostic testing)
  16. 16. Data driven education (II)(accountability and benchmarking)
  17. 17. Professional development (I)Insight and overview Use of ICT is a must; teacher as a professional decides what and when to apply High importance: knowing the mechanism and not the application Be able to deal with personalised learning ICT integrated in curriculum initial teacher education and training for current staff
  18. 18. Professional development (II)IT Competences Teachers (and managers) Knowledge, skills and behaviour Basis skills and teacher based skills Three core tasks in which ict should be used – Pedagogical, teaching and facilitate learning – Working in a school context – Own professional development National “standard”, local deployment
  19. 19. (Open) educational resources
  20. 20. Educational Resource ValueChain redesigned (II) 22
  21. 21. Tablets and Bring your own device
  22. 22. LeadershipDefining and realizing ambitions