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Presentation at Beijing Forum 2011
Beijing, 5 Nov 2011
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Presentation beijing forum o johannessen

  1. 1. Technology-basedinnovation in schools Lessons learned and implications for policy and practice Oystein Johannessen oysteinj@cerpus.com www.slideshare.net/oysteinj/
  2. 2. Innovation:Backdrop,What and Why?• Backdrop: • OECD work on innovation, e.g. "Inspired by Technology, Driven by Pedagogy" (OECD, 2010) • Systemic and policy perspective • Lack of scalable innovations. Impact is hard to document• Innovation: Implementation of new or significantly improved product, processes, methods or practices (OECD Oslo Manual 2005)• ICT as a facilitator of learning processes (Content, LMS, social media++)
  3. 3. Lessons learned (i)• Imbalance between investments and the necessary knowledge base• Tension between technology and pedagogy• Axis between incremental and radical innovation• Expectations versus feasibility• Multi-layered, multi-method and multidisciplinary approach
  4. 4. Lessons learned (ii)• Explore potential of various research disciplines, e.g. brain research• ICT use in asessment is too limited• Need for social dialogue with all stakeholders• Research must be translated into meaningful guidelines for practice• Research evidence must be phased into the training and practice of teachers
  5. 5. Axis of innovation PedagogyKnowledge Policy/Strategy Technology
  6. 6. Policy coherence Curriculum PD Assessment
  7. 7. The Horizon Report 2011 K-12 Edition• Cloud computing • Mobiles• Game-Based Learning (2-3 years)• Open Content (2-3 years)• Learning Analytics (4-5 years)• Personal Learning Environments (4-5 years) www.nmc.org/ horizon
  8. 8. Policy implications• Develop a systemic approach to innovation as a guiding principle for innovation-related policies• Promote and support a continuous dialogue with major stakeholder• Develop a well organized, coherent, accessible and updated knowledge base• Investments require necessary monitoring and evaluation
  9. 9. Policy implications (contd)• Support research on technology in education• Ensure that technology-based innovations do not widen or create new digital divides• Strategies for technology-based innovations should be aligned with or embedded in national strategies
  10. 10. The Road Ahead• Making the case for innovation: Impact and Scalability• Digital Divide• Understanding technological complexity and diversity• Knowledge for All: You are what you share! Photo: Geir Stranda

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