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  1. 1. Moldova ICT Summit-2016 Kishinev, Moldova, April 27-28, 2016 Professor Alexander Khoroshilov, PhD Head a.i. of UNESCO IITE a.khoroshilov@unesco.org http://iite.unesco.org POLICY ADVOCACY AND RESEARCH TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT DIGITAL PEDAGOGY OPEN EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES AND LEARNING MATERIALS NETWORKING AND PARTNERSHIP Ensuring Inclusive and Quality Education and Lifelong Learning for All by Means of ICT. UNESCO Approach and IITE Experience
  2. 2. UNESCO ED, IITE GB and Staff WELCOME YOU!
  3. 3. 2014 - 2015. Multilayered consultation process at UN level and within the education community, led by member-states • Muscat Agreement (May 2014) • Open Working Group proposal on the SDGs including SDG 4 on Education (September 2014)  All SDGs are interdependent.  SDG 4 - integral part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.  Education is at the heart of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and essential for the success of other SDGs.  Sustainable Development starts with Education
  4. 4. World Education Forum 2015 in Incheon (Korea). Incheon Declaration SDG-4 on Education: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all
  5. 5. September 2015. 70th Session of the UN General Assembly Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development (including SDG4) was adopted
  6. 6. 38th Session of UNESCO General Conference SDG-4 “Education 2030” Framework for Action was adopted by high level representatives of world education community
  7. 7. International Conference in Qingdao (China). Qingdao Declaration INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ICT AND POST 2015 EDUCATION A journey towards inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong learning Seize digital opportunities and educational transformation: Access and Inclusion, OER and Open Solutions, Quality Learning, Lifelong Learning Pathways, Online Learning Innovations, Quality Assurance and Recognition of Online Leaning, Monitoring and Evaluation, Accountability and Partnership, International Cooperation
  8. 8. Key element of education system and lifelong learning School Школа Scoala 学校 xuéxiào Դպրոց Skola L'école Училище Kool Мактаб Мектеп Mokykla Escuela Maktab Məktəb Okul Σχολείο Мактап ‫مدرسة‬ სკოლა …….. ……..
  9. 9. Challenge 1: What should be a school of the 2030? [http://caricatura.ru/art/dubinin/url/parad/dubinin/5023/]
  10. 10. Solution: Vision of our children … http://www.contentfiltering.ru/kidsfair/gallery/?cur_cc=271&curPos=140
  11. 11. Challenge 2: This is a book! Is this a book?
  12. 12. Challenge 3: Is learning a light?
  13. 13. Challenge 4: Innovations in pedagogy - from/to personalization How to combine personalization with multi-massive education? XVIII Century 1:M but for Elite XX Century 1:MM and massive XXI Century 1:MMM Multi-massive but not personalized yet Socrates, 1:1 but just for a few IX Century 1:M and for many
  14. 14. XIX Century Teacher XXI Century Teacher Challenge 5: The role of teacher – what’s a difference?
  15. 15. Solution: Changing the role of teacher “Dictatorship” “Democracy”
  16. 16. Solution: Collaborative Educational Environments and Flipped Classrooms
  17. 17. Solution: New generation of Textbooks Highly interactive New Generation Multimedia e-Textbooks (The “Active” Text-Books) Placed in context videos of the best teachers Good Textbooks Teaching concept from the “flipped” classroom
  18. 18. Challenge 6: Teacher ICT Competency
  19. 19. Why ICT Competency? Key competencies of Inclusive Knowledge Society ICT Competency (e-Skills) Professional Competency (Hard Skills) Social Competency (Soft Skills)
  20. 20. Solution: Teacher ICT Competency Standards based on UNESCO ICT-CFT and OER
  21. 21. THREE APPROACHES/STRANDS SIX AREAS OF A TEACHER’S WORK KNOWLEDGE GENERATION UNDERSTANDING ICT IN EDUCATION CURRICULUM AND ASSESSMENT PEDAGOGY ICT ORGANISATION AND ADMINISTRATION TEACHER PROFESSIONAL LEARNING KNOWLEDGE DEEPENING TECHNOLOGY LITERACY UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers (ICT-CFT) Microsoft CiscoIntelUNESCO ISTE
  22. 22. General Challenge: ICT in Education – Expired product in new package?
  23. 23. General Solution: To integrate ICT and Pedagogy
  24. 24. UNESCO IITE. Focus Areas POLICY, RESEARCH and TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT and NETWORKING DIGITAL PEDAGOGY, OER and LEARNIG MATERIALS
  25. 25. IITE. Networking and Partnership UNESCO ASPnet UNESCO-UNEVOC UNITWIN/ UNESCO Сhairs IITE
  26. 26. Priority: Cooperation With Global UNESCO Networks LFF Network of Chairs ICT IN TVET on ICT in Education and Innovative Pedagogy
  27. 27. IITE-ASPnet Pilot Project «Learning For the Future– LFF» 42 ASPnet schools from 14 UNESCO member-states
  28. 28. IITE and UNESCO Chairs Network on ICT in Education and Innovative Pedagogy 54 members/25 countries
  29. 29. IITE Expert Network on ICT in TVET (The Joint Project “Promotion of the Use of ICTs in TVET in CIS Countries”)
  30. 30. IITE Networking and Partnership. New joint initiatives : Initial Digital Literacy, Teacher Professional Development : UNESCO-Intel Policy Tool, Teacher ICT Competency Standards : Internet of Everything, Teacher Professional Development : Cloud services for teachers and students, Inclusive education : ICT in Engineering Education, e-learning in STEM : Mobile learning in rural and hard-to-reach areas, Inclusive education : New generation of active multimedia textbooks, School e-Libraries : Innovative networking collaborative environment for schools : Joint ICT centers for people with special needs, Internet safety : ICT and Social Media for HIV prevention and health education
  31. 31. New IITE Flagship Project : Foresight in ICT in Higher Education
  32. 32. WHY UNESCO and IITE? • Global expertise based on international, regional and national best practice • Constant collaboration with member-states and high-level policy makers • Highly elaborated models of cooperation inside and outside UN ecosystem (with public and private sectors) • UNESCO vast Global Networks, regional and national fields offices, institutes and centers • Total financial transparency
  33. 33. And … final words regarding ICT integrated pedagogy…. How can we invent new things? What is creativity? «Creativity is just connecting things. When you ask creative people how they did something, they feel a little guilty because they didn't really do it, they just saw something. It seemed obvious to them after a while. That's because they were able to connect experiences they've had and synthesize new things.» Steve Jobs
  34. 34. a.khoroshilov@unesco.org http://iite.unesco.org Moldova ICT Summit-2016 UNESCO IITE invites you for cooperation in the field of ICT-integrated pedagogy to reach the targets of Education-2030 ! Kishinev, Moldova, April 27-28, 2016 Professor Alexander Khoroshilov, PhD Head a.i. of UNESCO IITE Multumesc!

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