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1 overview June 06 2012 Tom Jackson Microsoft Corporation

2 Education is the great engine of personal development. It is through education that the daughter of a peasant can become a doctor… that the child of farm workers can become the president of a great nation. Nelson Mandela


4 what we’ve learned your prioritiesyour goals CREATING JOBS AND GROWTH TRANSFORMING EDUCATION ENABLING INNOVATION World class education to support economic growth 84% Quality education to the underserved 84% Youth and adult workforce training resources 82% Improving infrastructure of education systems 77% IT in classroom to improve performance 72% Attracting and developing skilled educators 69% Source: Microsoft EduTracker 2010

5 Communities of committed, collaborative participants are essential to advancing education Effective, immersive learning experiences inspire improved outcomes Technology can economically accelerate insight and impact at scale An excellent education is a basic right and a socioeconomic and workforce imperative we believe

6 our vision

7 capacity Create content, curriculum and professional development community Build global communities of teachers and school leaders our approach insight Advance teaching and learning through research

8 insight

9 innovative teaching and learning research INSIGHT A multi-year program to investigate factors that promote the transformation of teaching practices and the impact on students’ learning outcomes. Advisors: OECD, UNESCO, ISTE Research conducted by SRI International

10 INSIGHT Complimentary tool for Educators and School Leaders to measure, track, and share innovative teaching and learning practices. ENABLING: Self-directed assessments Performance measurements tracked over time Reflection and collaboration individually, and with peers INCLUDING: Clear, operational definitions of the “new” skills Concrete examples on how to develop innovative skills and practices partners in learning school research MEASURE AND DEVELOP 21 ST CENTURY LEARNING IN YOUR SCHOOL Available in 15 languages:

11 community

12 find content and curriculum and download products such as “peer coaching” and “educator resource kits” and “Songsmith”. network four million members across the network with a reach of 12,856,216 teachers total. connect with peers around the world based on professional interests, teaching subjects or location. participate in or create communities focused on innovative teaching, learning and professional development. the partners in learning network 42 COUNTRIES UNESCO LANGUAGES English, Spanish, French, German, Simplified Chinese, and Arabic. COMMUNITY

13 capacity

14 partners in learning for schools CAPACITY “How can I make learning more accessible and relevant, engage the natural desire of students to learn, and prepare them for a successful future?”

15 partners in learning for schools CAPACITY 12 schools, 12 countries Diverse learning environments 200720092013 26 Mentor, 54 Pathfinder Schools and growing > 4,500 schools in the community Tools and resources available to all schools Foster a culture of innovation and systemic change across all schools, and promote the appropriate use of technology in the classroom.

16 partners in learning for educators A roadmap to educator mastery, achieving optimal use of technology in learning. technology fluency technology in education fluency leadership and mastery “To create the greatest impact, I must first learn technology basics, integrate it in my classroom to improve outcomes, and then mentor others.” CAPACITY

17 together we succeed… insight community capacity CAPACITY

18 together we are partners in learning. © 2011 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

19 appendix

20 on the web!/MicrosoftPIL APPENDIX

21 Here’s how to get involved: 1.Check out and register for the Smithsonian’s free online events where you can meet some of the world’s leading scientists as well as experts in arts and humanities.register 2.Check out the SHOUT community on the Partners in Learning Network, and download the Teachers Guide to find student activity ideas and information on free educational software, post class output, connect with peers and mentors, and share tips and tricks for incorporating Shout challenges into your curriculum to improve 21st Century Teachers Guide 3.Connect with students and share your work in our Global Classroom.Global Classroom Want to give your students a voice? A voice of leadership? A voice that needs to be heard? Help them shout! SHOUT connects educators with rich content, tools and expertise that get students to take action on global issues. APPENDIX

22 Materials You Can Use Digitally or in Print Form Specifically For Educators: Office 2007/2010, Win 7, Windows Live Movie Maker, Free tools and more coming (Bing, Office 2010) Event Handouts / Data Sheets Step-by-Step How to Information Customizable PPT presentations, email communications Simple, consumable, and easily localized How-to videos with scripts Web assets = web banners, buttons, etc. Teacher video profiles (coming in H2) Simple lesson plans (H2) Find on Partner Community Site, PiL Network, educator resource kits: k-12 Step By Step HelpPresentationsEvent HandoutsWeb AssetsHow – to videos APPENDIX

23 partners in learning schools toolkit APPENDIX

24 how educators use ICT in & out of class OS: 91% using Windows as primary OS; 97% using any Windows; 2% loss in primary use share YOY Productivity: Educators are exposed to multiple productivity suites as they use multiple computers at school, computer labs, and at home Mobile: IB Share of iPhones among educator is still low; Overall usage of phones has doubled YOY Web Mail: Google and Yahoo has considerably higher share among educators compared to All; Educators have 80% email usage Browser: Educators lag students in use of competitive browsers though higher use of competitive browsers compared to All users Social Networking: Educators jumped from 40% to 64% currently using weekly or more frequently, particularly to communicate with students Sources: OS market share data- Operating System Market Share, Edutracker Spring 09 | Office market share data- Office Productivity Suite Share Tracker 09/2009, Edutracker Spring 09 | Mobile Platform data- IDC Mobile Phone Tracker, Edutracker Spring 09 | Social Networking- Edutracker Spring 09 | Web Mail - Comscore WW data Oct 2009, WL Primary User analysis, 10/2009 | Browser – MSFT IE share dashboard, 12/2009, Edutracker Spring 09 | Other Student data is sourced from edu tracker Spring 2009Operating System Market Share APPENDIX Operating System (installed base) Productivity Suite (installed/Primary base) iPhones Only (installed/Primary base) Web Mail (Primary usage) Browser (usage) Social Network (Usage)

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