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Future vision of international education the institute of international education

Future Vision of International Education & the Institute of International Education

  • “International education promotes the relationship building and knowledge exchange between people and communities in the United States and around the world that are necessary to solve global challenges” ~Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural AffairsTara TownsendEdu. 505

Institute of international education
Institute of International Education

  • Established in 1919 in the aftermath of WWI

  • Mission “to advance international education and access to education worldwide”

  • Vision “cultural, professional, and educational opportunities...think and act as global citizens”

  • Usage of cloud computing and mobile devices becomes necessary

  • Promote Education and Academic exchange, support higher education in Crisis and transition, provide leadership training, empower women and girls, and conduct groundbreaking research

  • Institute of International Education is one organization in promoting global awareness


  • Number of international students studying in the US is increasing according to the International Institute of Education

    • In 2012/13 “nearly 820,000 internationals came to the US to study” reported by IIE

  • Many factors contributing to mass mobility include: demographics, economics, trade patterns, shifts inbound and outbound

  • “By 2020, just four countries – India, China, US and Indonesia – will account for over half of the world’s 18–22 population”

  • Methods

    • Futuring, scanning and scenario can collect data from various sources, and be better able to predict the outcome later down the road

    • Globally using futuring, scanning and scenarios to change the face of education.

    • Research is finding that technological devices such as IPods, tablets, etc are aiding children in learning and for some students who have special needs

    • Devices can help them substantially in building their skills.

    • Research has shown both the positive and negative side of technology combined with using it in schools.


    • Increase in children middle & high school level wanting to take classes online plus growth in technology

    • Use of web 2.0 outside classroom merging learning and technology together

    • Higher need for students to be adaptable in using technology and what they’ve learned in school

      • “Technology is anticipated to play a key role in transforming education and training towards supporting deeper, higher-order learning” (Rogers, 2007)

      • Becoming common for the distinction between learning and mobile technology

        • “mobile technologies, because they are portable, can play a role in blurring the distinction between learning in school and learning at home” (Kenny, 2005)


    • 38% of the ’07 enrollment of more than eighteen million college students were twenty-five years of age or older (Ross-Gordon, p.26)

    • close to 6 million ELLs are enrolled in public schools—an increase of more than 100% since 91’ (TESOL, 2013).

    • According to the latest UIS data, at least 3.8 million students in 2011 were enrolled in tertiary education abroad, up from 2 million in 2000 (UNESCO, 2014).

    • The surge in internationally mobile students* reflects the rapid expansion of enrolment in higher education globally, which has grown by 83% in a decade (UNESCO, 2014)

    Call to action
    Call to action

    • Bring about alternate methods for teaching students

    • Have more than one teacher in a classroom if number of students is higher than 10-15.

    • Change policy of education to incorporate teaching multicultural children

      • Up to the teacher to be able to recognize signs of miscommunication, not understanding because of student limited knowledge or re-evaluate how lesson was taught

      • “traditional teacher training areas will not suffice in preparing teachers for the large number of English language learners (ELLs) in K–12 schools in the United States” (TESOl, 2014)

      • Administrators must also be able to prepare teachers—give them plenty of outlets to work from and give constructive feedback

      • Ability of both teachers and students to be flexible both physically and mentally

      • Have interaction amongst students often, will allow for those with limited English and native speakers to learn from one another plus allowing for them to each gain confidence

      • Call up governmental heads and policy makers

    Edu of 2025
    Edu. Of 2025

    • classrooms for teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) will incorporate up-to-date technology

    • online classrooms

    • Teachers will act as point of reference for some class interaction and other times the teacher will lead

    • global sharing in the sense of educational classes being taught equally across the world

    • 2025 teachers will have mandatory training to hone new and old skills necessary to ensure positive outcome

    • vocational schooling will be in service and training for teachers also


    • Analysis of emerging trends affecting the use of technology in education(2008). Retrieved http://post.blackboard.com/bbcswebdav/pid-1871825-dt-content-rid-19161854_1/courses/EDU505

    • China and India to produce 40% of global graduates by 2020. (2012). www.monitor.icef.com/2012/07/china-and-india-to-produce-40-of-global-graduates-by-2020

    • Global map: http://www.iie.org/Our-Global-Reach

    • Institute of International Education. (2014). http://www.iie.org/

    • International Institute of Education. (2014). Retrieved http://www.iie.org/Who-We-Are/News-and-Events/Press-Center/Press-Releases/2013/2013-11-11-Open-Doors-Data

    • Johnson,L., Adams, Becker, S., Cummins, M., Estrada V., Freeman, A., and Ludgate, H. (2013). NMC Horizon Report: 2013 K-12 Edition. Austin, Texas: The New Media Consortium. Horizon Report

    • Learning in the 21st Century: 2009 Trends Update. (2009). Retrieved http://post.blackboard.com/bbcswebdav/pid-1871825-dt-content-rid-19161850_1/coursese/EDU505

    • Ramey, K. (nd). 4 Best Education Technology Trends Coming to Your Classroom. Use of Technology. Retrieved www.useoftechnology.com/best-education-technology

    • The Shape of things to come : higher education global trends and emerging opportunities to 2020. (2012). Going Global 2012. Retrieved http://www.britishcouncil.org/sites/britishcouncil.uk2/files/the_shape_of_things_to_come_-_higher_education_global_trends_and_emerging_opportunities_to_2020.pdf

    • TESOL International Association. (2014). Retrieved from http://www.tesol.org/read-and-publish/journals/other-serial-publications/compleat-links/compleat-links-volume-6-issue-3-4-(october-2009)/why-k-12-teachers-need-to-know-about-esl-grammar-issues

    • UNESCO Institute for Statistics. (2014). Retrieved from http://www.uis.unesco.org/Education/Pages/international-student-flow-viz.aspx