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Innovative Teaching and Learning MOVING FROM THEORY TO ACTION. 6 th June 2012. In the new world of work, unemployment is high, yet skilled and talented people are in short supply. The Economist , Sept 2011. Education System Change. WHOLE SYSTEM RENEWAL. School Leadership and Culture.

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Innovative Teaching and Learning

MOVING FROM THEORY TO ACTION

6th June 2012

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In the new world of work, unemployment is high, yet skilled and talented people are in short supply

The Economist, Sept 2011

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Education System Change

WHOLE SYSTEM

RENEWAL

School Leadership and Culture

Innovative Teaching Practices

Individuals with skills for life and work today

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ITL RESEARCH

Education System Change

School Leadership and Culture

Innovative Teaching Practices

Key Questions

Sponsored globally by

Individuals with skills for life and work today

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SKILLS FOR LIFE ANDWORK TODAY

Knowledge building

Problem solving & innovation

Self-regulation & assessment

ICT use

Global

awareness

Collaboration

Skilled communication

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WHAT ARE

INNOVATIVE TEACHING PRACTICES?

Student Centered Pedagogies

ICT Integration

Extending Learning

Problem Solving

24/7 learning opportunities

Global and cultural understanding

By educators

By students

Basic usage vs.

Higher-level usage (for knowledge building and creativity)

Personalized

Collaborative

Knowledge building

Self-regulation

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8 COUNTRIES PARTICIPATING IN ITL

45+ COUNTRIES USING METHODS

National Board of Education, Finland

Russian Academy of Education & The Academy for Teachers Training, Russia

The Schools Network, England

Ministry of National

Education, Indonesia

National Ministry of Education, MEXICO

National Ministry of Education, Brunei

National Ministry of Education, Senegal

New South Wales Department of Education & Training, Australia

Sponsored globally by

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ITL RESEARCH

MIXED METHODS USED

Education System Change

159 survey schools

24 site visit schools

Across

School Leadership and Culture

Teacher & School Leader Interviews

86 teachers

18 school leaders

Teacher & School Leader Surveys

4,038 teachers

159 school leaders

Innovative Teaching Practices

Classroom Observations

81 classrooms

Learning Activity Analysis

967 learning activities

Student Work

Analysis

3,367 student work

Student Focus Groups

33 focus groups

Methods Published at: www.itlresearch.com

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INNOVATIVE TEACHING PRACTICES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH 21ST CENTURY LEARNING OUTCOMES…

BUT GOOD EXAMPLES ARE RARE

Students 21C Skills Score

When educators provide learning activities that ask for 21 C skills, students can and do demonstrate those skills.

Learning Activity Score

(Innovative Teaching)

Source: ITL 2011, LASW method, based on analysis by SRI International

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L

EARNING

A

CTIVITY

SCORES

Source: ITL 2011, LASW method, based on analysis by SRI International

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WHY NOT

Student Centered Pedagogies

Extending Learning

ICT Integration

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WHY IS ICT INTEGRATION HARD?

Teachers say …

Percent Teachers Citing Most Significant Barrier

Source: ITL teacher survey, 2011

Based on analysis by SRI International

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AND STUDENTS USE ICT…

High level uses of ICT

Basic uses of ICT

Based on analysis by SRI International

Source: ITL teacher survey, 2011

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Fragmented practices

Student Centered Pedagogies

Extending Learning

Innovative Teaching Practices

ICT Integration

Missing pedagogical elements of innovation

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We found innovative practices, rather than innovative schools

Mexico Report

Distribution of Innovative Teaching Scores

Source: teacher survey

Based on analysis by SRI International

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COLLABORATION

AND INNOVATIVE TEACHING PRACTICES

Innovative Teaching Practices

Collaboration about Teaching

Source: teacher survey

Based on analysis by SRI International

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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

AND INNOVATIVE TEACHING PRACTICES

0.28

Practice a new teaching method

Conducted individual or collaborative research on a particular topic

0.25

0.23

Planned or practiced using ICT in teaching

0.23

Reviewed and discussed student work

0.18

Observed a demonstration of ICT use

Developed or reviewed curriculum materials

0.18

Received or delivered one-on-one coaching or mentoring

0.17

0.15

Planned a lesson or a unit

0.15

Observed a demonstration of a lesson

0.03

Listened to a lecture

Source: ITL teacher survey, 2011

Based on analysis by SRI International

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Connect Systems: Assessments and appraisals aligned with innovative teaching and learning goals

Cultivate innovation: Leaders who develop integrated and shared visions of innovation

Nurture adoption: Professional development that provides teachers collaborative opportunities to design and research innovative teaching

Enrich learning: Ubiquitous student ICT access

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What you can do

SUPPORT

RESEARCH

INNOVATIVE TEACHING PRACTICES

LEAP21

Prof Development

Partners in Learning School Research

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MEASURE INNOVATIVE TEACHING USING

PARTNERS IN LEARNING SCHOOL RESEARCH

www.pilsr.com

Based on

ITL Research Surveys

Research Tool for Schools

Measures Innovative Teaching Practices

No costs

Basis for Common Vision

International

34 languages

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PARTNERS IN LEARNING SCHOOL RESEARCH

HOW PARTNERS IN LEARNING SCHOOL RESEARCH WORKS

Innovative Teaching Practices Index

School

Signs Up

www.pilsr.com

2. Distribute Surveys

3. Use the Report

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[School Name]

School Research

Innovative Teaching Practices Index*

The chart on the right shows how educators at [School Name] report their use of the different elements of innovative teaching practices, and how school leaders estimate the use of these practices among educators in the school. These practices are described in more detail on the following pages.

Other related research demonstrates that innovative teaching practices are strongly associated with students’ development of 21st Century skills (see www.itlresearch.com).

Student Centered Pedagogy

Extending Learning

ICT Use

*All items are measured based on educators’ reported frequency of a practice on a 5 point scale. Higher scores indicate a higher reported frequency of a practice. All items show averages across all responses from the school for each group (educators and school leaders). Data has been adjusted to account for the number of times a class meets per week.

**Student and Teacher ICT Use has been calculated taking the average of basic and high level technology use (see pages 10-11).

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[School Name]

School Research

ICT Used for Teaching and Learning by Students

These charts show how educators and school leaders report on students’ use of technology for learning. Higher-level uses of ICT integrate more deeply with learning objectives and are more strongly associated with innovative teaching methods than basic uses of ICT.

% Educators who say students do this at least 1-3 times per month

Basic ICT Uses

Deeper engagement in learning

Higher Level ICT Uses

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[School Name]

School Research

Barriers to technology use

This chart shows percentage of educators and school leaders who say the item is a “significant barrier” to ICT use in teaching and learning.

% saying “Significant Barrier”

Question: “To what extent do you find the following to be barriers to using ICT in your target class?”

schools use pilsr reports
SCHOOLS USE PILSR REPORTS

To build a common understanding

and measure progress

School Leaders

Innovative Teaching

Practices Index

Educators

Students

Parents

Community

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What you can do

SUPPORT

RESEARCH

INNOVATIVE TEACHING PRACTICES

LEAP21

Prof Development

Partners in Learning School Research

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ITL LEAP21

school based

bridge between theory and practice of 21st century skills

framework for teacher collaboration

lens for the collective analysis of learning activities and student work

itl student work dimensions
ITL Student Work Dimensions

All ITL Research tools and methods are available at www.itlresearch.com.

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REAL-WORLD PROBLEM-SOLVING AND INNOVATION (RUBRIC)

NO

Code 1

Main requirement isproblem-solving?

Code 2

NO

Students are workingona real-worldproblem?

YES

NO

Code 3

Requires implementation

in the real world?

YES

Code 4

YES

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TEACHINGCAN CHANGE,DRAMATICALLY

Case study from one school in Russia

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What you can do

SUPPORT

RESEARCH

INNOVATIVE TEACHING PRACTICES

LEAP21

Prof Development

Partners in Learning School Research

questions comments
Questions / Comments

http://itlresearch.com

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