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1 Next Generation One-on-One Learning & Knowledge Sharing Mastering Collective Intelligence Information 2 Knowledge

2 Great performers are scarce Average or below average performers are in abundance How to convert poor performers into Great performers is the challenge we face in Knowledge Economy of 21 st Century THE REAL GLOBAL CHALLENGE IN 21ST CENTURY

3 How do we address the Challenge? Make Average Learners Great by superior training methods and continuous learning

4 From Average to Great: Factors for improved learning Numerous studies suggest three critical elements for effective learning:  One-on-One Learning: One dedicated trainer for one learner  Active Learning: Where learner is actively involved in learning process  Passive Learning: Better hear, see, and read experience by improving one way delivery of content

5 One-on-One Learning: Most important component Tutored Students 1:1 Tutored Students 1:1 Classroom Students Classroom Students One Teacher: 30 Students One Teacher: 30 Students 11 22 Two Sigma Problem  Bloom’s Two Sigma Problem…Studies suggest that One-on-One Learning Achievement Is Better than group instruction achievement by 2 Standard Deviations. Which means: A 50 percentile student will score above 98 percentile if provided with One-on-One training  ONE-ON-ONE TRAINING PROVIDES BEST LEARNING OUTCOMES

6 What is One-on-One learning? Some critical components for EACH learner Tutorial instruction Reinforcement Corrective feedback Cues and explanations Learner classroom participation Learner time-on-task Cooperative learning

7 Issues with One-on-One Training Cannot be administered to large number of learners (Not scalable) as number of trainers is limited Very expensive; Hence limited to select few No technology available for this kind of training

8 10 th Standard Math book is sold at less than $5 BUT One-on-One tutoring in the same subject is $100 per hour! Value increases with increase in context or increase in personalization in Knowledge Delivery Increase in cost with increase in personalization: An example

9 The Cone of Learning: Zones of Active and Passive learning

10 Active Learning Zone Upto 90% retention after two weeks

11 Issues with Active learning How to take it to large number of learners or SCALABILITY ? : Struggle of Learning World

12 Passive Learning Zone Upto 50% retention after two weeks

13 Issues with Passive learning Learners with very high competence excel but such learners are very few; Majority suffers

14 THE REAL GLOBAL LEARNING DELIVERY CHALLENGE IN 21ST CENTURY How to create integrated AND SCALABLE learning experience using 1.One-on-One training 2.Active Learning 3.Passive learning for best learning outcomes?

15 Some Scaling up efforts in learning till now… Increase number of students in a batch Increase number of batches Use TV Use VSAT Use e-learning LMS

16 Question that we need to answer What these scaling attempts have delivered till now? Let us analyse

17 Delivery snap shot EffortPlusMinus Increase number of students in a batch One trainer can address more learners; Improved Passive learning One-on-One and Active learning suffers Increase number of batches Improved One-on-One and Active learning Good trainers hard to find Use TV One trainer can address more learners; Improved Passive learning One-on-One and Active learning suffers Use virtual class rooms One trainer can address more learners; Improved Passive learning One-on-One and Active learning suffers Use VSAT One trainer can address more learners; Improved Passive learning One-on-One and Active learning suffers Use e-learning LMS Improved passive learningOne-on-One and Active learning suffers

18 Scaling of learning: The great shift from high value contextual (personal or Active) to low value one way content exposure (Passive) learning Focus of scaling efforts SCALABILITY ? : Struggle of Brick & Mortar Learning World Low Value content focused Passive learning

19 Final outcome of scaling up efforts: Shifting of learning to Passive learning zone Gain of few talented learners: Focus of scaling efforts MAJORITY SUFFERS Scaling up efforts

20 Gain of few One-on-One Training Active Learning Passive Learning ALL learners benefit Max. learners benefit Few learners benefit

21 As we move away from contextual (One-on-One and Active Learning) delivery to Passive Learning (content) delivery Few talented learners gain BUT Majority of learners experience performance drop !

22 Learning Limitations of Today The Great Divide Shift in learning delivery due to scaling up efforts Struggle of Brick & Mortar Learning World Scalable BUT Low Value Creation Un-Scalable BUT High Value Creation

23 i2k’s breakthrough e-Teacher / e-Trainer Dynamic Mind of e-Teacher/ e-Trainer runs on some very special algorithms that impart intelligence to the system, same as human mind

24 e-Teacher/ e-Trainer on Dynamind Undivided Learning Experience Learner Centric Cost Effective, Scalable, High Value Integrated One- on-One, Active and Passive Learning

25 Selected Alterable Variables That Influence Learner Achievement *The percentile indicates the percentile at which the "average" student would typically score if he/she received this treatment instead of "traditional" instruction. (Ordinarily, the "average" student would score at the 50th percentile.) (Adapted from Walberg, 1984) Effect Size Percentile*Strategye-Teacher / e-Trainer Capability Tutorial instructionYES ReinforcementYES Corrective feedbackYES Cues and explanationsYES Learner classroom participationYES Learner time-on-taskYES.8079Cooperative learningYES

26 e-Teacher / e-Trainer Making Learner go up the performance ladder

27 ZenStar: Enabling Active Learning Power eTeacher with Collective Intelligence

28 ZenMaster Enabling Internet as personal library Connects e-Teacher to huge information repository - Crawl the Internet for PERSONALIZED Information

29 Contact Krishan Khanna i2K Solutions


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