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Future-focused
learning in
21st Century
Schools
Mark Osborne
mark.osborne@core-ed.org
Drivers of
change
http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/graph/23587/gdp-per-capita-for-selected-oecd-countries
Carl Benedikt Frey & Michael A. Osborne. The Future of Employment: How Susceptible are Jobs to Computerisation? (2013)
Van...
Seven Survival Skills
What skills do people need to succeed in the 21st
century?
1. Critical thinking and problem-solving
...
What activities might students
be engaged in if powerful learning
were taking place?
Teaching each
other skills
Writing using
Word
Processors
Non-computer
activities
Spaced
repetition
Learning at
their own p...
High effect size:
● Formative evaluation of programs (0.90)
● Reciprocal teaching (0.74)
● Feedback (0.73)
● Spaced practi...
Google Earth:
Quizlet:
Voicethread:
http://voicethread.com/#u147493.b2118165.i11310975
Thinglink:
Showme:
Youtube Editor:
Open source software
2014 LoopRSP Mark Osborne | Modern Learning Practice
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2014 LoopRSP Mark Osborne | Modern Learning Practice

  1. 1. Future-focused learning in 21st Century Schools Mark Osborne mark.osborne@core-ed.org
  2. 2. Drivers of change
  3. 3. http://www.teara.govt.nz/en/graph/23587/gdp-per-capita-for-selected-oecd-countries
  4. 4. Carl Benedikt Frey & Michael A. Osborne. The Future of Employment: How Susceptible are Jobs to Computerisation? (2013) Vanishing jobs:
  5. 5. Seven Survival Skills What skills do people need to succeed in the 21st century? 1. Critical thinking and problem-solving 2. Collaboration across networks and leading by influence 3. Agility and adaptability 4. Initiative and entrepreneurialism 5. Effective oral and written communication 6. Accessing and analysing information 7. Curiosity and imagination
  6. 6. What activities might students be engaged in if powerful learning were taking place?
  7. 7. Teaching each other skills Writing using Word Processors Non-computer activities Spaced repetition Learning at their own pace Seeking and giving feedback Evaluating lesson effectiveness Guided and independent practice Creating and using worked examples Making choices about what to learn next Learning cooperatively
  8. 8. High effect size: ● Formative evaluation of programs (0.90) ● Reciprocal teaching (0.74) ● Feedback (0.73) ● Spaced practice (0.71) ● Self-verbalisation/questioning (0.64) ● Direct instruction (0.59) ● Mastery learning (0.58) ● Worked examples (0.57) ● Peer tutoring (0.55) ● Individual instruction (0.23)
  9. 9. Google Earth:
  10. 10. Quizlet:
  11. 11. Voicethread: http://voicethread.com/#u147493.b2118165.i11310975
  12. 12. Thinglink:
  13. 13. Showme:
  14. 14. Youtube Editor:
  15. 15. Open source software

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