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  1. October 28, 2007

  2. Privately funded Non-profit Independent Non-government operational support 26 non-profit sponsoring organizations 556 Board of trustees members Tecnológico de Monterrey

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. 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

  6. 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

  7. 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

  8. ¿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)

  9. Technological platform Tecnológico de Monterrey Digital library Professor Discussion group Sessions in classrooms Specialized software

  10. Technological platform TecMilenio Professor Digital library Digital video library Facilitator Sessions in classrooms Centralized evaluation

  11. Preparation Delivery Evaluation TecMilenioModel Course factory Facilitator Centralized

  12. 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

  13. Virtual University • Mission • Course design • Delivery process • Programs offered

  14. 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.

  15. Participants involved in the design process Instructional Designer Professor Graphic Designer Audiovisual producer Course Support Staff Web programmer

  16. 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

  17. Programs offered by the Virtual University • Undergraduate courses • Graduate programs • Continuing education programs • Social development programs

  18. Programs offered by the Virtual University • Undergraduate courses • Graduate programs • Continuing education programs • Social development programs

  19. Technologic platform Undergraduate courses Digital library Satellite Facilitator Digital video library Professor Discussion groups Tutor Satellite sessions

  20. Programs offered by the Virtual University • Undergraduate courses • Graduate programs • Continuing education programs • Social development programs

  21. Technological platform Graduate programs Digital library Academic council Multimedia Professor Tutor Digital video library Discussion group

  22. 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

  23. 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

  24. 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)

  25. Programs offered by the Virtual University • Undergraduate courses • Graduate programs • Continuing education programs • Social development programs

  26. 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

  27. 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

  28. 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

  29. Programs offered by the Virtual University • Undergraduate courses • Graduate programs • Continuing education programs • Social development programs

  30. Technological platform Prep@NET Professor Digital library Discussion group Tutor coordinator (Tec student) Tutor (Tec student) Database Presencial council 30

  31. Social programs Technological platform Tutor Database Tutor coordinator Social supporter Discussion group

  32. Social Development Programs National educational development programs Community Learning Centers Public Officials Non –Government Organizations

  33. Social Development Programs National educational development programs Community Learning Centers Public Officials Non –Government Organizations

  34. National educational development programsPrincipal participants Teachers Formal and continuing education programs offered to: Education System Managers and Administrative Staff Parents Students

  35. 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

  36. 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

  37. Social Development Programs National educational development programs Community Learning Centers Public Officials Non –Government Organizations

  38. 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

  39. Social Development Programs National educational development programs Community Learning Centers Public Officials Non –Government Organizations

  40. 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.

  41. 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.

  42. CCA´s educative homepage www.cca.org.mx Courses for the community: - Technological alphabetization - Support for basic education - Family - Healthy care - Immigrants

  43. Social IncubatorsPrograms and services

  44. Student participation in the Social Incubators

  45. Student participation in the Social Incubators • 1,195 students as tutors in educational courses

  46. 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

  47. Each year, 14 ,000 Tec students accredit 3.4 million hours of Community Social Service. Community Social Service

  48. Social Development ProgramsStatistics Participating students Source: Department of Statistics Social Development Programas. September 2007.

  49. 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

  50. 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.