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CSOTTE 2011                                  1Teacher Education in a Rapidly   Changing Global Society
Knowledge is changingTechnology is changingThe learners are changingBut is teacher education changing?
Exponential Growth of Knowledge• Knowledge, both basic and applied, is growing exponentially•World knowledge base doubles ...
CSOTTE 2011                                                                  4Growth of the Digital UniverseThe amount of ...
CONVERGENCE        Convergence of        tools into a        single device        that enables        you to learn        ...
Wide array of tools and 1000s ofapplications (500,000 iPhone apps)                   Electronic book                    r...
CSOTTE 2011           7  TabletComputers
CSOTTE 2011                                      8Global Growth of Mobile Phones
CSOTTE 2011                             9Going to the Cloud
CSOTTE 2011Online Degree Programs       10  and Virtual Schools          O
CSOTTE 2011                                                       11Open Educational Resources    UNESCO Open Educational ...
CSOTTE 2011                                              12Learning Analytics and Visualization of   Massive Educational D...
The Learners are Changing:  The Media Generation                Immersed in media                The “Connected”        ...
CSOTTE 2011              14
CSOTTE 2011                              15Increasing demand forteacher education to changeto meet the needs of 21stCentur...
CSOTTE 2011                                         16Challenges to change:Multiple constituencies influence teacher educ...
CSOTTE 2011                                 17www.redefineteachered.org
CSOTTE 2011Participants:                                                  18100 leaders from stakeholder groups:    Stat...
CSOTTE 2011                                                           19Goals of Summit Identify characteristics of a 21s...
CSOTTE 2011                              20     21st CenturyTeacher Characteristics
CSOTTE 2011                                              21Facilitate and inspire student learning  and creativity so that...
CSOTTE 2011                          22Be global educators
CSOTTE 2011                                       23Work with their students to create  new learning opportunities
CSOTTE 2011                                             24 Enable students to maximize thepotential of their formal and in...
CSOTTE 2011Use the full range of digital-age learning   25 tools to improve student engagement            and achievement
CSOTTE 2011                                          26Use student data to support studentlearning and program improvement
CSOTTE 2011                            27Be life-long learners
CSOTTE 2011                             28Redefining the TeacherEducation Framework
CSOTTE 2011                                          29   Redefining the Teacher   Education FrameworkTeacher education mu...
CSOTTE 2011                                       30Model 21st century skills, teachingpractices and technologies in teach...
CSOTTE 2011                                        31Prepare teachers to work as effective    members of learning teams
CSOTTE 2011     Prepare teachers to teach in blended       32     and online learning environments     Use data to customi...
CSOTTE 2011                          33Extend curriculumand teacher role toinclude both formaland informallearning
CSOTTE 2011                                           34Be a university-wide endeavor                                The U...
CSOTTE 2011                                            35Use simulations to prepare teachers to dealwith difficult situati...
CSOTTE 2011                                        36The transformation of teachereducation will require changes inpolicy ...
CSOTTE 2011                                        37   Institutional Policies toTransform Teacher EducationFaculty Devel...
CSOTTE 2011                                    38     State Level PoliciesDevelop state shared visionState educator cert...
CSOTTE 2011                                           39       National Level PoliciesCreate a national coalition to rein...
CSOTTE 2011                                             40          Impact of SummitState initiatives: New Hampshire, Wis...
CSOTTE 2011                                               41                 Contact Paul Resta, Ruth Kinght Millikan  Pr...
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Teacher ed in rapidly changing environment

  1. 1. CSOTTE 2011 1Teacher Education in a Rapidly Changing Global Society
  2. 2. Knowledge is changingTechnology is changingThe learners are changingBut is teacher education changing?
  3. 3. Exponential Growth of Knowledge• Knowledge, both basic and applied, is growing exponentially•World knowledge base doubles every 2 years
  4. 4. CSOTTE 2011 4Growth of the Digital UniverseThe amount of digital information created and replicated in theworld in 2009 = 800,000 petabytes
  5. 5. CONVERGENCE Convergence of tools into a single device that enables you to learn anytime and anywhere
  6. 6. Wide array of tools and 1000s ofapplications (500,000 iPhone apps) Electronic book readers, annotation tools, applications for creation, social networking tools, GPS, accelerometers and motion sensors, high resolution still and video cameras, etc.
  7. 7. CSOTTE 2011 7 TabletComputers
  8. 8. CSOTTE 2011 8Global Growth of Mobile Phones
  9. 9. CSOTTE 2011 9Going to the Cloud
  10. 10. CSOTTE 2011Online Degree Programs 10 and Virtual Schools O
  11. 11. CSOTTE 2011 11Open Educational Resources UNESCO Open Educational Resources Initiative
  12. 12. CSOTTE 2011 12Learning Analytics and Visualization of Massive Educational Data Sets
  13. 13. The Learners are Changing: The Media Generation Immersed in media The “Connected” generation Digital Natives Understand information to be readily available and free No difference between virtual and physical world
  14. 14. CSOTTE 2011 14
  15. 15. CSOTTE 2011 15Increasing demand forteacher education to changeto meet the needs of 21stCentury learners.
  16. 16. CSOTTE 2011 16Challenges to change:Multiple constituencies influence teacher educationLack of a shared vision of change
  17. 17. CSOTTE 2011 17www.redefineteachered.org
  18. 18. CSOTTE 2011Participants: 18100 leaders from stakeholder groups:  State and federal legislatures  State educational agencies and certification boards  National and regional accreditation associations  Educational professional associations  Teacher unions  Teacher education institutions and alternative certification programs  Universities  Schools  Federal government  Technology industry
  19. 19. CSOTTE 2011 19Goals of Summit Identify characteristics of a 21st century educator Define the critical elements of an educator preparation program that produces such an educator Identify the institutional, state, and national policy structures that support the creation of these programs Build a national coalition to reinvent teacher education for digital-age learners
  20. 20. CSOTTE 2011 20 21st CenturyTeacher Characteristics
  21. 21. CSOTTE 2011 21Facilitate and inspire student learning and creativity so that all students achieve in the global society
  22. 22. CSOTTE 2011 22Be global educators
  23. 23. CSOTTE 2011 23Work with their students to create new learning opportunities
  24. 24. CSOTTE 2011 24 Enable students to maximize thepotential of their formal and informal learning experiences
  25. 25. CSOTTE 2011Use the full range of digital-age learning 25 tools to improve student engagement and achievement
  26. 26. CSOTTE 2011 26Use student data to support studentlearning and program improvement
  27. 27. CSOTTE 2011 27Be life-long learners
  28. 28. CSOTTE 2011 28Redefining the TeacherEducation Framework
  29. 29. CSOTTE 2011 29 Redefining the Teacher Education FrameworkTeacher education must be responsive to changes in the global society
  30. 30. CSOTTE 2011 30Model 21st century skills, teachingpractices and technologies in teacherpreparation curriculum and instruction
  31. 31. CSOTTE 2011 31Prepare teachers to work as effective members of learning teams
  32. 32. CSOTTE 2011 Prepare teachers to teach in blended 32 and online learning environments Use data to customize learningGrowth of virtual highSchools and cybercharter schoolsData-driven decision-making
  33. 33. CSOTTE 2011 33Extend curriculumand teacher role toinclude both formaland informallearning
  34. 34. CSOTTE 2011 34Be a university-wide endeavor The UTeach Program
  35. 35. CSOTTE 2011 35Use simulations to prepare teachers to dealwith difficult situations
  36. 36. CSOTTE 2011 36The transformation of teachereducation will require changes inpolicy structures at the institutional,state and national Level
  37. 37. CSOTTE 2011 37 Institutional Policies toTransform Teacher EducationFaculty DevelopmentFaculty Engagement in Clinical PracticeCompetency-Based Teacher Education ProgramsFunding for technology resources
  38. 38. CSOTTE 2011 38 State Level PoliciesDevelop state shared visionState educator certification policies must support: new roles for educators new ways of staffing schools teacher technology competencies
  39. 39. CSOTTE 2011 39 National Level PoliciesCreate a national coalition to reinvent teacher educationBuild a National Educator Competency Development Hub Allocate funding for technology in teacher education
  40. 40. CSOTTE 2011 40 Impact of SummitState initiatives: New Hampshire, Wisconsin and CaliforniaCongressional BriefingNational Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education/TEACAustralia Summit on Educator Development
  41. 41. CSOTTE 2011 41 Contact Paul Resta, Ruth Kinght Millikan Professor of Learning Technologies; Director, Learning Technology Center, The University of Texas at Austin resta@austin.utexas.eduTo download copy of Redefining Teacher Education for Digital Age Learners – A Call to Action, go to: www.redefineteachered.org

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