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October 28, 2007 Privately funded Non-profit Independent Non-government operational support 26 non-profit sponsoring organizations 556 Board of trustees members Tecnológico de Monterrey Tecnológico de Monterrey Virtual University 33 campuses 6,712 Graduate programs

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tecnol gico de monterrey
Privately funded

Non-profit

Independent

Non-government operational support

26 non-profit sponsoring organizations

556 Board of trustees members

Tecnológico de Monterrey
tecnol gico de monterrey3
Tecnológico de Monterrey

Virtual

University

33 campuses

  • 6,712 Graduate programs
  • 10,291 Undergraduate courses
  • 874 High School
  • 90,509 Continuing Education

programs

  • 86,356 Social programs
  • 8,418 faculty
  • 92,875 students

Social Incubators

Tec Milenio

37 campuses

  • Education, Health,

Entrepreneurship,

Housing

  • 912 faculty
  • 20,383 students
alumni profile
Alumni profile
  • 19% of the CEO´s of the 200 largest corporations in Mexico
  • 25%of the State Governors
  • 68% Alumni owning a business

20 years after graduation

3%of higher education in México

mission for 2015
Mission for 2015

To educate people

  • With integrity, high ethical standards and a humanistic and social science perspective
  • Internationally competitive in their professional fields
  • Citizens committed to their communities’ well being
educational model

Ethics, attitudes and values

Internationally competitive

Professionalslife skills

Social

Responsibility

and humanistic perspective

Leadership

andentrepreneurship

International perspective

Educational Model
  • Faculty training programs
  • Field offices
  • Entrepreneurship Program
  • Business Incubators
  • Community Social Service
  • Transfer Centers for Social Sustainable Development
educational model change of paradigms
Educational modelChange of paradigms

Teacher centered

Student centered

Student

Student

Tutoring

Professor

Digital library

Professor

Student

Student

Learning

objects

Student

Collaborative

networks

Individual learning

activities

Student

slide8

¿Why learning by doing?The learning pyramid

Participant

Role

Average retention capacity

5%

Presentation

(passive)

Education with presentation approach

Reading

10%

Audiovisual

20%

Demonstration

30%

Education withConstructivist

approach

Discussion Group

50%

Practice

75%

Teaching others

80%

(active)

slide9

Technological platform

Tecnológico

de Monterrey

Digital

library

Professor

Discussion

group

Sessions in classrooms

Specialized

software

slide10

Technological platform

TecMilenio

Professor

Digital

library

Digital

video library

Facilitator

Sessions in classrooms

Centralized evaluation

slide11

Preparation

Delivery

Evaluation

TecMilenioModel

Course factory

Facilitator

Centralized

slide12

Virtual

University

33 campuses

  • 6,712 Graduate programs
  • 10,291 Undergraduate courses
  • 874 High School
  • 90,509 Continuing Education

programs

  • 86,356 Social programs
  • 8,418 faculty
  • 92,875 students

Tec Milenio

37 campuses

Social Incubators

  • 912 faculty
  • 20,383 students
  • Education, Health,

Entrepreneurship,

Housing

virtual university
Virtual University
  • Mission
  • Course design
  • Delivery process
  • Programs offered
mission
Mission
  • The Virtual University offers quality education using innovative educational models, collaborative learning, and advanced information technology, in order to contribute to the development and advancement of Spanish-speaking communities.
participants involved in the design process
Participants involved in the design process

Instructional Designer

Professor

Graphic Designer

Audiovisual producer

Course

Support Staff

Web programmer

elements in the course delivery process
Elements in the course delivery process

Group discussions

Multimedia

Professor

Didactic

techniques

Contents

Student

Activities

Tutor

Feedback

Services:

  • Administrative
  • Academic Administration
  • Information

technology

Academic

counselor

Evaluation

Digital

library

Learning

resources

Forums

Videos

Technological

resources

Technological

Platform

programs offered by the virtual university
Programs offered by the Virtual University
  • Undergraduate courses
  • Graduate programs
  • Continuing education programs
  • Social development programs
programs offered by the virtual university18
Programs offered by the Virtual University
  • Undergraduate courses
  • Graduate programs
  • Continuing education programs
  • Social development programs
slide19

Technologic platform

Undergraduate

courses

Digital

library

Satellite

Facilitator

Digital

video library

Professor

Discussion

groups

Tutor

Satellite

sessions

programs offered by the virtual university20
Programs offered by the Virtual University
  • Undergraduate courses
  • Graduate programs
  • Continuing education programs
  • Social development programs
slide21

Technological

platform

Graduate

programs

Digital

library

Academic

council

Multimedia

Professor

Tutor

Digital

video library

Discussion

group

graduate programs
Graduate Programs
  • Master in Business Administration
  • Master in e-Commerce
  • Master in Administration of Information Technologies
  • Master in Innovation and Business Development
  • Master in Science with specialization in Quality Systems and Productivity
  • Master in Information Science and Knowledge Management
  • Master in Public Administration
graduate programs23
Graduate Programs
  • Master in Ethics
  • Master in Humanistic Studies
  • Master of Education
    • In cognition in council and educative development
    • In cognition in teaching-learning processes
  • Master of Education, specialization in Administration of Educational Institutions
  • Master in Educational Technology
  • PhD in Educational Innovation
joint and dual degree programs
Joint and dual degree programs
  • Global MBA with Thunderbird University
  • Master in Educational Technology with University of British Columbia
  • Master in Innovation and Business Development with Arizona State University (January 2008)
  • Master in Management of Information Technologies with Carnegie Mellon University (August 2008)
programs offered by the virtual university25
Programs offered by the Virtual University
  • Undergraduate courses
  • Graduate programs
  • Continuing education programs
  • Social development programs
corporate university
Corporate University

Is the way an organization aligns training strategies to business goals by creating learning environments that develop meaningful skills and knowledge in the employees

individual membership program
Individual Membership Program

Learning community that includes:

  • Courses
  • Special events
  • Information services:
    • Monthly Electronic bulletin
    • Digital library
    • Digital video library
    • Web Links to relevant sites
    • Virtual Writing Center
course topics
Course topics

Teamwork

Leadership and empowerment

Vision and strategic planning

Communication and collaboration

Performance evaluation

Resource administration

Decision making processes

Creative thinking and problem solutions

Negotiation and conflict resolution

Results oriented management

Quality and productivity

Client orientated management

Accounting and finance

Personal development

Marketing

Use of technology

Sales

English

programs offered by the virtual university29
Programs offered by the Virtual University
  • Undergraduate courses
  • Graduate programs
  • Continuing education programs
  • Social development programs
slide30

Technological

platform

Prep@NET

Professor

Digital

library

Discussion

group

Tutor coordinator

(Tec student)

Tutor

(Tec student)

Database

Presencial council

30

slide31

Social

programs

Technological

platform

Tutor

Database

Tutor coordinator

Social supporter

Discussion

group

social development programs
Social Development Programs

National educational development programs

Community Learning

Centers

Public Officials

Non –Government Organizations

social development programs33
Social Development Programs

National educational development programs

Community Learning

Centers

Public Officials

Non –Government Organizations

national educational development programs principal participants
National educational development programsPrincipal participants

Teachers

Formal and continuing education programs offered to:

Education System Managers and Administrative Staff

Parents

Students

teachers
Teachers

Education Leadership

with regard to

New Technologies

Educational Institution

Management Skills

Program

Leadership Skills for

School Principals (THD)

Managers

Principals

Teachers

Educational Technology

For Latin America Middle

Schools

Teaching Skills

Program (PAHD)

ITESM – Cambridge Certification

XXI Century Education

Competencies

slide36

Multiplicative effect

Master degree program

Teacher

Impact of

2,000

tutors

with master

degree

50,000

Teachers

2,000,000

Students

Assistant Teacher with master degree

State Educational System

Technological

update

2,000 tutors

with master degree

Each tutor with

25 teachers

(academy)

Professional

development

Introductory

course

Administrative

Skills development

State

teachers

Academy

by discipline

25 teachers

Academy

by discipline

25 teachers

Academy

by discipline

25 teachers

Each teacher with 40 students

social development programs37
Social Development Programs

National educational development programs

Community Learning

Centers

Public Officials

Non –Government Organizations

public officials
Public Officials

Open and

Participatory

Government Diploma

(for federal officers)

Seminar on Local

Government

Management

Local Headstart

Program

Governance of

Public Services:

Educational

Options

Open and Participatory

Government Program:

Governance without

Corruption

(for municipal officers)

State and

Municipal

Government

Finance Program

Electronic

Government Diploma

Ethics Program

Integrity

Program

social development programs39
Social Development Programs

National educational development programs

Community Learning

Centers

Public Officials

Non –Government Organizations

community learning centers
Community Learning Centers
  • Quality educational programs are offered:
    • through the Internet
    • to low income communities that are geographically isolated
    • with the purpose of improving their life condition
  • Community Learning Centers are equipped with 4 to 10 computers each.
community learning centers clc 1 896
Community Learning Centers(CLC): 1,896

In the U. S. 142

  • In collaboration with:
  • SEDESOL
  • State and city governments
  • Private institutions
  • Schools
  • Universities

Houston, Tx

in Mexico1,729

  • In other countries 25
  • Ecuador
  • Dominican Republic
  • Guatemala
  • Panama
  • Colombia

Dr. Arroyo, N. L.

slide42

CCA´s educative homepage

www.cca.org.mx

Courses for the community:

- Technological alphabetization

- Support for basic education

- Family

- Healthy care

- Immigrants

student participation in the social incubators45
Student participation in the Social Incubators
  • 1,195 students as tutors in educational courses
slide46

Student participation in the Social Incubators

There are 913 students in 14 campuses working on:

  • Identification of opportunities for micro businesses
  • Support in the development of business plans
  • Supervision in the negotiation of micro financing loans
  • Consulting/Advising for micro business owners
social development programs statistics
Social Development ProgramsStatistics

Participating students

Source: Department of Statistics Social Development Programas. September 2007.

virtual university students 2007
Virtual UniversityStudents 2007

333,734

90,509

6,712

11,165

TOTAL 442,120

Undergraduate and high school courses

Graduate

programs

Continuing education programs

Social development programs

vision
Vision
  • The Virtual University is world leader for its quality in designing, distributing and producing educational content, and the university with the greatest number of students coming from Spanish-speaking communities.
october 28 2007
October 28, 2007

Thank you!

Ing. Patricio López del Puerto

plopez@itesm.mx

tecmilenio university
TecMilenio University

High School

Undergraduate

Graduate

Face to face (75%)

On-line (25%)

models

Collaborative

Learning and

PBL

Centralized

Course Factory

Centralized

evaluation

Professional

competencies

Part-time

faculty

Government

recognition

Working

young or adult

social sector marginal communities
Social Sector:Marginal Communities

Educational programs through the internet

Educational network for social sustainable development

130 CLC in the

United States

  • Prep@Net - 60hours of online education
  • Bachelor degrees - 14bachelors degree programs
  • Masters – 12masters programs
  • Continuing education – 22IT and basic education supportcourses 44training courses for:

1 CLC in

Ecuador

70 CLC in

Honduras

Can be accessed from

  • Entrepreneurs and small businesses
  • Professors
  • Public officials
  • Family
  • Health promoters
  • Communicators
  • Latinos in the United States

1,256 CLC in

Mexico

1,457 Community Learning Centers

social sector marginal communities55

Educational

facilities

Homes

Government

offices

Companies

Social Sector:Marginal Communities

Educational network for social sustainable development

144,006 students

educational model characteristics
Educational Model Characteristics
  • It's a constructive model, supported with computer technology and communication
  • The learning process is complemented by having access to tutors and/ or to specialized knowledge material
  • Skills and knowledge are intended to be useful for everyday living
  • The model is accessible from any place with Internet service. Hence, instruction is flexible on space and time
social sector marginal communities58
Social Sector:Marginal Communities
  • Computer Technology

Manage the tools of informatics technologies and communication to access a high quality education and bind the student with a limitless scheme of

e-learning

  • Use of the computer
  • Surfing the Web
  • Computer Basic Skills
  • Creation and design of Web pages
  • Use of the computer components
  • Windows operative system and its applications
social sector marginal communities59
Social Sector:Marginal Communities
  • Support for the basic education

Support the process of literacy teaching of both, young and adults, and those who speak an indigenous language

  • Our word
  • Lets begin to read and write
  • Math for beginners
  • How to write using the magic of the word
  • Grammar and its impact on written communication
  • Components of a sentence
social sector marginal communities60
Social Sector:Marginal Communities
  • Tec Millennium Communitarian High School,
  • formal education

Distance program of medium-higher education with guardianship systems online. Strong approach of occupational training. It is composed of 6 four-month periods (four month period), with a total length of 3 years.

social sector marginal communities61
Social Sector:Marginal Communities
  • Tec Millennium Communitarian Bachelor Programs,
  • formal education.
social sector marginal communities62
Social Sector:Marginal Communities
  • Continuing education: Entrepreneurs

Basic concepts are learned in order to start a business, since the initial idea until the establishment of it.

  • Basic Skills to Start a Business
  • Administration Basic Skills
  • My Business, is it profitable?
  • Business Plan Development
  • Technical Business Solutions
  • How to Get Financial aid?
social sector marginal communities63
Social Sector:Marginal Communities
  • Family

We provide information that helps with the integration of solid and committed families with their sons well-being.

Informative Texts:

  • Why is it important family education?
  • Son's Education
  • Educating by example
  • Family relationships
  • Married life relationships
  • Same family values as always
social sector marginal communities64
Social Sector:Marginal Communities
  • Continuing education: Health Promoters

Support to the people through information so they can have a welfare state.

  • Lets take care of our health
  • First aids
  • Woman, health and development
  • Health care exercises program
  • AIDS and other sexual diseases
  • Diabetes
  • Hypertension
  • Respiratory infections
social sector marginal communities65

Construction

Nursing

Education

Integration and rights

to American life

Computer

technology

English

Social Sector:Marginal Communities
  • Continuing education: Latinos
  • Computer Basic Skills
  • GED preparation
  • INFOPASS guide
  • How I get the consular registration
  • My money in the bank
  • The future in your hands
slide68

What is Prepanet?

  • An educational model designed to:
    • Offer low income people access to a high school education
    • Contribute to the educational development of Mexico
    • Give Monterrey Tech students broader knowledge of social realities
  • On-line Model
  • Supported by tutors who work personally and on-line with groups of Prepanet students
slide69

What is Prepanet?

  • Currently, the tutors are Monterrey Tech undergraduates doing community service
  • Courses and programs are designed by Monterrey Tech professors
slide70

Student profile

Student profile:

  • Low income people
  • People who have not been able to take high school course due to their geographic location or lack of financial means
  • Currently there is an enrollment of 1045
  • Students are teenagers and young adults; the average age is 28
slide71

Tutor profile

Tutor profile:

  • Monterrey Tech students doing community service through online tutoring
  • Student tutors have completed half of their college curriculum
  • They are between the ages of 20 and 23
  • Currently, 500 Monterrey Tech students participate in the tutoring program
learning environment 2006
Learning Environment(2006)

Our students interact with:

Tutor Coordinator

Educational content through technological

platform

PrepaNet Student

Local meetings and events

Academic Tutor

On-Line

Library

slide73

Academic program

Requisite course: Basic online learning abilities

slide75

Financial model

  • The scholarship program is funded by private & public institutions and foundations
slide76

Lessons learned 2005

  • 40 % dropout rate
  • Main reasons:
    • Lack of adjustment to on-line education
    • Inadequate time management
    • Poor preparation in academic fundamentals
slide77

Lessons learned 2005

  • Main reasons ….
    • Need for closer tutoring, in some cases
    • Lack of access to a computer or the internet
    • Mistaken idea that online education is simple
slide78

Challenges

  • In 2006 offer prepanet across the entire country:
    • Through Monterrey Tech Campuses (urban model)
    • Through Community Learning Centers (rural model)
  • Strengthen students recruitment and retention
  • Guarantee the project’s financial backing
slide79

Challenges

  • Strengthen Monterrey Tech students’ community commitment through their university experience
  • Guarantee the efficiency of the tutoring process:
    • Regional supervisor
    • Tutor Advisor
learning environment 200680
Learning Environment(2006)

Our students interact with:

Tutor Coordinator

Educational content through technological

platform

PrepaNet Student

Local meetings and events

Academic Tutor

On-Line

Library

Tutor

Advisor

Regional

Supervisor

slide81

Future of PrepanetUrban zone

Year

Students

2005

Nuevo Leon

Distrito

Cuernavaca

Puebla 1,000

2006

Monterrey Tech Campus (10) 3,000

2007

Monterrey Tech Campus (18) 3,000

Total

Monterrey Tech Campus (28) 7,000

Mexican states without

Monterrey Tech Campus

slide82

Future of PrepanetRural zone

Year

Students

2005 Community Learning Centers (0) 0

2006 Community Learning Centers (500) 1,000

2007 Community Learning Centers (500) 2,000

TOTAL

Community Learning Centers (1000) 3,000

slide83

Future of PrepanetRural and urban zone

Year

Students

2005

Monterrey Tech Campus 1,000

Community Learning Centers 0

2006

Monterrey Tech Campus 3,000

Community Learning Centers 1,000

2007

Monterrey Tech Campus 3,000

Community Learning Centers 2,000

Total 10,000