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The private education and the ICT development - a complex approach-. Prof. Manuela Epure, PhD, MCIM, MAM Spiru Haret University, Bucharest. Key factors of change in education. GLOBALISATION THE KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY INNOVATION THE DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNOLOGIES

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The private education and the ict development a complex approach

The private education and the ICT development- a complex approach-

Prof. Manuela Epure, PhD, MCIM, MAM

Spiru Haret University, Bucharest


Key factors of change in education

GLOBALISATION

THE KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY

INNOVATION

THE DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNOLOGIES

A GROWING EMPHASIS ON THE MARKET FORCES



University social responsibility usr concept
University Social Responsibility (USR) concept

Reiser (2008) defines the USR concept as “a policy of ethical quality of the performance of the university community (students, faculty and administrative employees) via the responsible management of the educational, cognitive, labour and environmental impacts produced by the university, in an interactive dialogue with society to promote a sustainable human development.”


Education had has and will have an important role in society
Education- had, has and will have…. an important role in society

  • Private vs public schools…

  • Easily to identify the differences

  • Let look on some …randomly selected futures

  • Public education means tradition, stability, is guaranteed by the public authorities in term of diploma’s recognition…

  • Private education… no tradition, and at the same time the chance to do rethink the teaching/learning process, flexible, ….


Private education needs
Private education needs:

  • People

  • Infrastructure-Teaching/Learning Technologies

  • Funds


Looking back in time
Looking back in time

  • What teaching look like 10 years ago? How about 20 years ago?

  • The teacher’s role in the learning process?

  • A met my first computer in 1996! It was the most discovery in my entire learner experience.

  • Scaring vs pleasant experience!


Teaching and learning at the same time
Teaching and learning at the same time!

  • Interaction in class

  • Preparing the presentations

  • Solving problems

  • Role-playing

  • Assessing

  • Coursework

    …..more and more demanding with my students and at the same time I’ve been a learner my self


Internet can you live today without it
Internet…can you live today without it?

  • I access internet with dial-up connection for the first time in 1997-1998….and I has disconnected so many times…frustrating isn’t it?

  • Slow, difficult to search, questioning if the information are reliable…. Equally good/bad memories

  • conclusion=I had the world at one click a way.


Understanding the today s reality the things are moving fast in the ict world
Understanding the today’s realityThe things are moving fast ….in the ICT world

  • Can we even realize how faster and faster the innovative solutions are invading our lives?

  • Young generation is addicted ! Are they still learn in the traditional way?…no way

  • Are they go to the library? Rarely…

  • Are they socialize with their colleagues… Nearly …


The future eu 2020 strategy
The future…..EU 2020 strategy

  • Smart growth

  • Sustainable

  • Inclusive


Smart growth
Smart growth

Smart growth means improving the performance in:

  • education (encouraging people to learn, study and update their skills)

  • research/innovation (creating new products/services that generate growth and jobs and help address social challenges)

  • digital society (using information and communication technologies)


The 5 targets for the eu in 2020
The 5 targets for the EU in 2020

  • 1. Employment

    • 75% of the 20-64 year-olds to be employed

  • 2. R&D / innovation

    • 3% of the EU's GDP (public and private combined) to be invested in R&D/innovation

  • 3. Climate change / energy

    • greenhouse gas emissions 20% (or even 30%, if the conditions are right) lower than 1990

    • 20% of energy from renewables

    • 20% increase in energy efficiency

  • 4. Education

    • Reducing school drop-out rates below 10%

    • at least 40% of 30-34–year-olds completing third level education

  • 5. Poverty / social exclusion

    • at least 20 million fewer people in or at risk of poverty and social exclusion


Enhancing e skills
Enhancing e-skills

  • Over 50% of Europeans use the internet daily – but 30% have never used it at all! Moreover, disabled persons face particular difficulties in benefiting fully from new electronic content and services.

  • As ever more daily tasks are carried out online, all our people need enhanced digital skills to participate fully in society. The Digital Agenda tackles this unacceptable digital divide


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