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What does future learning look like

What does future learning look like?


Why should the future look different

Why should the future look different?

Movie: Learning to change, changing to learn

“For the last 100 years we have used an industrial narrative where schools are like factories, its about administrative processes, its about control.”

Greg Whitby, Director of Schools, Catholic Education Office, Parramatta, Australia


Why should we change the way we learn

Why should we change the way we learn?

“Kids are having a much more stimulating and rich environment out of school than they are in schools”

Greg Black, CEO education.au Ltd. Australia

“When we turn off the devices, we in effect turn off the child”

Stephen Heppell, CEO Heppell Net.Ltd, UK

“We have a classroom system when we could have a community system”

Ken Kay, President Partnership for 21st Century Skills, e-Luminate Group


Equipping every learner for the 21 st century

Equipping every learner for the 21st Century

“In both developed and developing nations, young people have become increasingly reliant on social networkingtechnologies to connect, collaborate, learn, and create, and employers have begun to seek out new skills to increase their competitiveness in a global marketplace. Education, meanwhile, has changed much less. With few exceptions, schools have yet to revise their pedagogy to reflect current trends and technologies”

Equipping Every Learner for the 21st Century - CISCO

What do you know about Social Networking?

How can these tools be used to enrich learning in your school?


21 st century skills and pedagogy

21st Century skills and pedagogy

Schools and educators must be well versed in:

  • core subjects

  • the broad range of interdisciplinary knowledge

  • skills and attitudes that education and business leaders call “21st century skills,”

  • teaching methods that engage and inspire students to learn.”

    Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow - Today


What are 21 st century skills

What are 21st Century skills

Financial & entrepreneurial literacy

Innovation & creativity

Global awareness

Critical thinking & problem solving

Civic literacy

Health literacy

Information & media literacy

Accountability

Adaptability

Understand societal issues related to digital citizenship

Self-direction

Use technology to communicate and collaborate

Ability to conduct independent research


Major influences on 21 st century learning

Major influences on 21st Century learning

  • 21 Century learning is at the centre of three major influences:

  • globalisation, which increases global independence and competition;

  • technology innovations that enable more engaged teaching and learning and provide 24/7 access to content for people; and

  • new research on how people learn.

  • Apple Classroom of Tomorrow - Today


  • Six design principles for 21 st century learning in high schools

    Six design principles for 21st Century learning in high schools

    What needs to happen to make this a reality?


    21 st century pedagogy

    21st Century pedagogy

    The pedagogy for the 21st Century will comprise of four main interwoven parts:

    • The learner at the centre

    • The teacher draws from a repertoire of strategies and skills

    • Interdisciplinary and project based work

    • Authenticity

    To what extent is this happening in your school? How can it be fully embedded?


    Barriers and ways forward

    Barriers and ways forward

    It is important to note that when technology does not produce improvements in student outcomes, it is often because the necessary conditions for the effective integration of technology, such as a school-wide strategy for teaching and learning and teachers trained in its use, have not been met.

    Equipping Every Learner for the 21st Century - CISCO


    Barriers to success

    Barriers to success

    • Access - broadband access is an essential precondition for the effective use of collaborative technologies in teaching and learning

    • Traditional methods of training and development for teachers and administrators

    • Design - poor alignment between learners and the everyday practices of teachers, lecturers, and system leaders

      Equipping Every Learner for the 21st Century - CISCO


    Barriers to success1

    Barriers to success

    “Teachers who are most likely to use technology effectively to improve education are those who have completed professional development programs, work in a school with ample support, and have technology in the classroom rather than a PC lab.”

    Intel White Paper – The positive impact of eLearning

    What are the barriers in your school?

    How can you overcome them?


    What does future learning look like

    The same technologies that have spurred the development of the Internet as a tool for creating and sharing knowledge could now help learners build critical 21st century skills.

    In addition, these technologies could respond to the concerns and aspirations of parents, teachers, and learners by providing:

    • Safe online environments, owned and populated by each educational institution

    • A window for parents to monitor their children’s development and performance and communicate with teachers in much greater detail

    • The ability for teachers to be “present” throughout a learning journey; providing personalised feedback and coaching students

    • CISCO page 13

    Ultranet


    The ultranet

    The Ultranet

    ”The Ultranet will enhance student learning, support the work of teachers and allow parents to become more involved in their child’s education at the click of a button,”

    Bronwyn Pike MPMinister for Education

    July 2009


    Final thought

    Final thought

    “Leading technologies … cannot replace teachers, but can support them in accomplishing much higher levels of student engagement and achievement. Similarly, great teachers cannot effectively reach young learners without adopting new pedagogies that align with Web 2.0 principles, and few education systems can prepare their learners for prosperity without supporting the development of 21st century skills.”

    Equipping Every Learner for the 21st Century - CISCO


    What does future learning look like

    Questions to consider and discuss

    What support is needed if the use of the Ultranet is to open out students lives to a world of people, resources, tools and information to change the way, where and when they learn?


    Questions to consider and discuss

    Questions to consider and discuss

    • How can I use the Ultranet to support powerful learning in my classroom?

    • How will the Ultranet make students happier?

    • How will the Ultranet make students smarter?

    • What will students find useful about having access to the Ultranet?

    • What will teachers find useful about having access to the Ultranet?

    • What will parents find useful about having access to the Ultranet?

    • Where could teachers start?

    • How could teachers take their successful classroom strategies (what's working now) and use them to create new ways of working with the Ultranet?


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