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  1. 1. GLOBAL TRENDS IN EDUCATIONChanging The Way We Learn
  2. 2. The Classroom LectureLectures focus only on Transfer of Information (Memorization), and NOT on Assimilation ofInformation (Understanding) One-way Introductory Physics Lecture. – Harvard University1 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  3. 3. The Changing Model of LearningMemorization Vs. Understanding. You can forget facts, but you won’t forget understanding Transfer of Assimilation of Information Information • Memorization • Understanding • Concept Delivery • Problem Solving Lecture-based Discussion-based Only Good Everybody Learns Students Learn2 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  4. 4. Evidence Of EffectivenessSchools across the board have shown that discussion and understanding-based classes are clearlymore effective than traditional models Increase in Concept Test Scores Discussion-based Class Traditional lecture-based teaching Discussion-based learning Source: Eric Mazur, Harvard University Source: Eric Mazur, Harvard University Study PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  5. 5. Pioneers of The New Education ModelMany institutions, traditional and newly established are embracing the new learning model for itseffectiveness Pioneers Credentials Methodology & Results • Tenured Physics professor at “Farewell, Lecture” Harvard University • Pioneered discussion-based methods since 1990 Question Assess Discuss • World-acclaimed speaker and advocate of new pedagogy Eric Mazur, PhD All in the Classroom Harvard University • MIT and Harvard Business School graduate Homework Classroom • Founded Khan Academy on the “Flipped” classroom Discussion & model Video Lectures Problem Solving Salman Khan • Funded by Google and Bill & MIT, Khan Academy Melinda Gates Ftn • Video lectures viewed by Bill Gates and kids for learning “2 million unique visitors every month” www.khanacademy.org4 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  6. 6. Changing Time Allocation in Education Existing New (“Flipping the Class”) • Advance preparation Delivery • Materials available before (Homework) class REPETITION • Student: lecture note taking Delivery UNIQUE TO EACH CLASS • Teacher: (Classroom) Reading lecture notes • Discussion –based • One-way information learning flow Understanding • Two-way information flow (Classroom) • Peer-learning • Instant assessment • Student learning happens • Focus on student Understanding outside of classroom - understanding homework (Homework) • Minimal teacher feedback5 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  7. 7. Technology Required For New Learning EnvironmentTechnology is required to adopt the new model of teaching • Classroom preparation prep Before Class • Lecture maker • Interactive classroom class During Class Solutions Assessment • Instant Assessment test • Homework Management After Class Solution • Online lectures6 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  8. 8. INNOVATION IN EDUCATIONProducts & Solutions
  9. 9. Core Technology I – HardwareSwedish pen technology and Japanese manufacturing practices provides the best handwritingcapturing tool available BLUETOOTH DOT-PATTERN INFRA-RED CAMERA8 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  10. 10. Core Technology II – Content Conversion from Analog to DigitalOur technology provides the cheapest way to convert Analog to Digital Digital Textbooks Digital Student Notebooks Print Media + Rich Media9 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  11. 11. Core Technology III – Software ApplicationComprehensive Education Solutions Interactive Classroom Solution class Instant Assessment test Homework Management & Lecture Creation Solution Distance Learning Solution10 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  12. 12. Before Class – Lecture Maker• Lectures can be created economically and easily• Created lecture can be saved and distributed digitally11 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  13. 13. During Class - Interactive Classroom class• Discussion-based learning• Peer Learning 1. Jane, please explain your work on the 2. board I divided the shape into six pieces… 4. Tony’s right, Jane’s method was correct but there was an error. Everyone, here’s Tony’s 3. answer. Tony, care to Something is wrong… explain? 5. 6. Hey! That’s same Me too! I think this is as me! probably the simplest way … Digital Pens12 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  14. 14. During Class – Instant Assessment test• Easy test administration• Automatic grading and analysis• Instant assessment13 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  15. 15. After Class - Homework Management• Capturing Homework Digitally• Audio recording for richer content• Email directly to teacher14 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  16. 16. After Class - Homework Management (Feedback)• Immediate Feedback from Teacher• Feedback with Audio Instruction15 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  17. 17. After Class - Mobile Viewing• All content can be viewed on mobile devices (Android)• Printed content can be augmented with rich media16 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  18. 18. After Class - Distance Learning Solution• Real-time online lectures• All content can be recorded digitally for review Student 1 Student 2 Student 317 PRIVATE AND CONFIDENTIAL
  19. 19. FULL PRODUCT DEMOExperiencing The Technology