Presentation on theme: "IFIP TC3 - Education Changing Educational Paradigms IFIP TC3 - Education: Sindre Roesvik, Andrej Brodnik, Maciej Syslo, Mary Webb, Carlos Delgado Kloos,"— Presentation transcript:
IFIP TC3 - Education Changing Educational Paradigms IFIP TC3 - Education: Sindre Roesvik, Andrej Brodnik, Maciej Syslo, Mary Webb, Carlos Delgado Kloos, Eric Sanchez, Ivan Kalas
IFIP TC3 - Education Changing Educational Paradigms Societal major changes: –Public services: bank, post, authorities – self service –Financial constraints/unemployment, –Political constraints, EU, Arab spring – Africa growing economies –Social changes Globalization, labour market … Social networking (Facebook, Twitter, publishing, …) –Industrial innovations Robotics in industry replacing manual workers, Mobile technology/information/memory at hand Technologies everywhere – fisheries
IFIP TC3 - Education Changing Educational Paradigms Educational changes –Growing online students – regional/ global –Personalized education: Modules of subjects – building your own competence –Collaboration (communities of practice) –Flipped classrooms – streamed lessons for preparation, YouTube presentations – more informed/productive lessons –Students Learning change with new technologies (tools, infrastructure) – lifelong
IFIP TC3 - Education Changing Educational Paradigms Learning: The Treasure Within (UNESCO) The four pillars in digital society: to live together: also social techn, diverse/global cultures to know: lifelong, master learning tools to do: certificate to personalised skills, innovation, learning communities (school/work, informal) to be: independent, critical, innovative, creative, member of society/community
IFIP TC3 - Education Changing Educational Paradigms Why change education? Education for new labour market (skills), new learners, 21 st century citizens –Curriculum and assessment Foundational, meta and humanistic knowledge Formative, performance based assessment culture –Collaborate learning and research Classroom paradigm Assessment paradigm –Digital literacy including informatics
IFIP TC3 - Education –School systems should enable teachers and students to integrate formal and informal learning supporting new approaches offered through new media and learning technologies. Revision of policies and procedures should take place at multiple levels: national, state/provincial, and local. Changing Educational Paradigms Recommendation 1: Redefining Education
UNESCO WSIS+10, Paris, 2013- 02-25/27 Changing Educational Paradigms Recommendation 2: Collaborate Learning and Research – Designed Based Research Support collaborative research, of practitioners and researchers, addressing learners effective use of new technologies in formal and informal learning; developing a formative, performance based culture of assessment utilizing tools for learning together, also including analytical techniques and gamification. Professional development of teachers is a key factor.
IFIP TC3 - Education Changing Educational Paradigms Recommendation 3: Curriculum development: Digital literacy and informatics –Develop a curriculum for teaching Digital Literacy and Computer Science/ Informatics that will allow children in K12 education to have an access to knowledge that will make them creators of technology – not just its consumers.