Trendit, teknologia, koulutuksen kehittäminen ja visio 2020

Becta on julkaissut raportin, jossa ruoditaan trendejä, jotka muokkaavat teknologian hyödyntämistä koulutuksessa.  Appendix A on raportin lopusta löytyvä yhteenveto trendeistä, koko raportti löytyy täältä.  Bectan sivuilta löytyy myös 03/09 julkaistu teos mobiili-oppimisesta.

Knowledgeworks foundation on aamun toinen löytöni.  Tässä lainaus heidän 2020 ennusteestaan. Ehdottomasti tutustumisen arvoinen on myös muutoksentrendit kartta 2006 -2016.

A Radically Different World

If you think our future will require better schools, you’re wrong.

The future of education calls for entirely new kinds of learning environments.

If you think we will need better teachers, you’re wrong.

Tomorrow’s learners will need guides who take on fundamentally different roles.

As every dimension of our world evolves so rapidly, the education challenges of tomorrow will require solutions that go far beyond today’s answers.

 

Bectan Appendix A: 24 broad trends identified in the pedagogy and curriculum research

1                    Economic policy: Continuing government investment in education and training with technology

2                    Globalisation: Increasing worldwide investment in technology for learning, with significant cultural differences

3                    Building Schools for the Future (BSF): Major investment in capital rebuilding at secondary level

4                    Online learning environments: Increasing investment in learning platform technologies particularly at school level

5                    Curriculum innovation: Implementation of curriculum innovations, including support for collaborative and cross-curricular learning

6                    Expanded children’s workforce: Growing workforce of professionals who deal with children, particularly in non-formal sectors

7                    Non-traditional education providers: Expanded role for the third sector in learning

8                    New pedagogies and teacher roles: New technology creating the conditions for new types of learning and teaching

9                    21st-century teachers: teachers developing skills in exploiting technology for creativity and social networking

10               Co-option of technologies designed for business and social use: Striking the right relationship between the technology used in education and in the workplace, and the financial issues raised for education

11               Ubiquitous mobile devices: Mobile and ubiquitous technologies offering opportunities for personally managed learning within and outside the classroom

12               Personalisation and Web 2.0 services: Technologies developed for personalised commercial sites being adopted for education

13               ‘Perpetual-beta’ technologies: Web 2.0 technologies in continual development by software companies and by users

14               E-safety: Concerns of society about the risks to children of internet use, influencing the adoption of technology in schools

15               Just-in-time learning: Knowledge-based technology enabling learners to access content and services to meet their immediate needs

16               Reconfigured learning spaces: Learning spaces being reconfigured to facilitate new modes of learning which support personalisation

17               Lifelong multi-context learning: Learning seen as a continual and connected process across a lifetime

18               Technology-enabled whole-school services: Institutional services becoming more integrated

19               Learners as participants and co-creators of learning: Learners being engaged in designing and creating their own learning, enhanced by technology

20               Online assessment: Technology offering new forms of personal and formative assessment

21               The learning habits of the Net Generation: Younger learners, used to pervasive digital technology, transferring their habits of working with that technology to their learning

22               Integrating formal and informal learning: Increasing recognition of the need to connect formal and informal learning

23               Changing IT user skills: New ways of interacting with the internet affecting how learners study and learn

24               Gender divides: Boys and girls differing in their use of computers and the web.

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