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© Markku Markkula 19th ICDE World Conference Plenary 24 June 1999 Presentation by Markku Markkula These slides include most of those used in my oral presentation. I have included notes with a lot of more detailed information - please have a look at the note mode. Enjoy your journey through these slide, and hopefully give me some feedback, as well. email@example.com
© Markku Markkula The Future is Finnish ”Finland has a national knack for mobile communications and information technology – and a vision for combining the two.” ”Finland shows the rest of the world how to build an information nation.” Newsweek 24 May 1999
© Markku Markkula The Basic Elements of My Presentation SHARED VISION IS NEEDED The future can be invented by developing team work and team learning up to the level of thinking together. Enormous human potential exists. Networking and knowledge management are the cornerstones for competence development. Besides technological innovations, we need social innovations. This can be achieved only by creating new combinations. Computers and multimedia are changing the whole educational system from teaching to active learning.
© Markku Markkula The Finnish Road to Success 1. Implementing Lifelong Learning Strategy 2. Developing National Innovation System 3. Increasing Investments in R&D 4. Operating as an Information Society Laboratory within EU Knowledge Management Plays a Crucial Role Wisely Influencing Globalisation Exploiting Information and Technology to the Full The Human Aspect in Innovation Governance of Matters and Life Success Factors Defined by the Parliament Finnish National Action Plans on the Way to the Knowledge Society Need for Restructuring and Reshaping the Public Sector
© Markku Markkula The Finnish Way to Competitiveness The direction for the future policy in Finland: 1. Steadily increase the recourses available for research and development from the year 2000 on. At the same time, seek to increase the returns from such investment. 2. Lead the transition to an information society, seeking a role in the European Union as an “information society laboratory”. Use the information society as a tool for increasing Finland's human and social capital. 3. Introduce a system of lifelong learning encouraging skills enhancement and mobility during the entire individual life cycle, in business policy, emphasize quality, education, management skills and personnel development. Government of Finland, 1997 The world’s best ICT laboratory
© Markku Markkula Government’s Program 1999 - 2002: Information Society Policy Finland is seeking to play a pioneering role in implementing a humane and sustainable information society. Finland must be in the forefront in terms of technological policy. The focus in the evolution of the information society is moving towards the development and production of content-based applications and services. The Government will in particular seek to promote social and technological innovations as part of the modernisation of the service culture in the public sector. www.vn.fi EU
© Markku Markkula Study for the Parliament: Impact of ICT on Teaching and Learning Recommendations of an extensive technology assessment project: Strategies need updating at all levels One cannot manage without technology or support Transforming libraries into mediatheques Curricula must be improved Teacher training must be increased and made more precise Development must be made permanent – dissemination and scaling up of the results Towards equality in the Finnish information society www.eduskunta.fi
© Markku Markkula Learner & Effective Learning Environment A systematic approach to new learning & teaching environment is needed. The development of learning environments will support the establishment of networks between the home, the school, the workplace and public actors. Research on new, networking learning environments will focus on the perspective of the learner and learning. © ECOLE - DIPOLI
© Markku Markkula National Strategy for 2000 - 2004: Development of Learning Environments What is needed? 1. Information society skills for all 2. Learning together and other special information society skills for educational staff 3. Knowledge of professionals in the information and content industries 4. Consolidation of virtual learning environments 5. Electronic publication, analysis, and distribution of research information and teaching material 6. Strengthening the structures of the information society
© Markku Markkula Learning to Learn & Passion to Develop
© Markku Markkula Strategy for Lifelong Learning = Defining the Strategy of Change NATIONAL LIFELONG LEARNING STRATEGY “Joy of Learning” Benchmarking good lifelong learning practice – a report ”Passion to Learn” can be ordered by e-mail: IACEE@hut.fi www.dipoli.hut.fi/org/iacee
© Markku Markkula Children Have an Enormous Capacity to Learn = Schools Are Changing through Networking OLD CLOSED SYSTEM NEW OPEN SYSTEM Learning by doing, school day is full of experiences
© Markku Markkula National Action Plan: Virtual School and Virtual University Learning must take place in an environment which as far as possible corresponds to a future operational environment. This requires strong utilisation of information and communication technology and an aptitude for network- oriented studying.
© Markku Markkula Libraries Play a Key Role Lifelong Learning Passion to Learn Libraries are essential for knowledge management According to the new Library Act of Finland, "the objective of library services is also to promote the development of virtual and interactive network services and their educational contents". All citizens will have access to the public libraries and their material regardless of its publication format, plus the opportunity to use information networks and obtain help in finding information and using information networks and services.
© Markku Markkula Start with a Systemized Process to Support Competence Development Organizations that are successful share the following features of a learning organization: 1. Common strategy and vision. 2. Supportive management. 3. An open and trusting atmosphere. 4. The organization and work structure supports continuous learning. 5. Transfer of information. 6. Individual working habits and teamwork. 7. Advanced working processes. 8. Performance goals and feedback. 9. Education and training. 10. Individual and team development. Competence Development through Cooperation Individual EmployerEducation Provider Government of Finland, Report to the Parliament, 1997
© Markku Markkula Reinvent History and Simulate the Future Civilization II Gold
© Markku Markkula The Learning City Preconditions of LearningLearning Services Learning Environments Culture of Learning Concept of Learning Learnin g Method s Learning Organisatio ns Innovation s, Developm ent Values, Goals and Strategies Physical Environment Virtual Environment Spiritual Environment Time Variation Structure of Economic Life Accessib ility of Services Knowledge- and Citizens’ Society Inclusion and Impowerment Internationa l Activities Resources Learning Facilities and Supportive Measures Cooperation Between Providers of Education Infrastructure of Lifelong Learning Espoo = The Learning City
© Markku Markkula I want to conclude my presentation by adding something to Ed Kozel´s summary - yesterday
© Markku Markkula ”Internet has accelerated IT shortage” Advanced training material Enthusiasm & passion to learn Yes, but especially it has accelerated shortage of Knowledge society means increasing cultural and emotianal impact & content production
© Markku Markkula ”Traditional education can’t cope with accelerated pace of new technologies & models” Curiosity and creativity has to be encouraged in all education Young children have more learning capasity than we have ever realized Team work is not enough, we need further development of working and learning together methods Yes, but it is up to us to take new educational methods in active use Knowledge society means a growing need of new social innovations
© Markku Markkula ”New world model shows promise but … requires Industry/Government partnership” Open atmosphire, trust, modern technology and knowledge management can create a fully open learning environment We need effective dissemination of good practices Yes, but we have just reached the first phase of networking… Knowledge society means mental modelling throughout the society
© Markku Markkula
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