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2 15 yrs in education and technology Managing Director of Imagine Education Global experience in over 30 countries ICT and education, pre-service teacher training and innovative curriculum design Educator training around 21 st Century Skills Development for Microsoft Responsible for Middle East & North Africa for The British Council’s Connecting Classrooms 20 yrs in education and technology Last position Microsoft Global Director for K- 12 Teacher Professional Development Professional Coach with emphasis on change management Strategic consulting, program management,and facilitation of public private partnerships Currently manages Partners in Learning Training Provider programon behalf of Microsoft

3 1.Latest research on professional development and implications for trainers. 2.Discover professional development assets to create new or supplement your current programs. 3.Overview of Level 100, 200 and 300 professional development offerings 4.How to become a Partners in Learning Training Provider

4 Capacity building is anything that is done to increase the collective effectiveness of a group Michael Fullan

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6 Engagement, best practice sharing and professional development opportunities Opportunity to receive customer referrals Recognition on the PiLN as a teacher trainer Affinity with Microsoft Chance to attend the Global Forum Over 150 hours of pedagogically sound content

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10 Microsoft Skills are in DEMAND - globally! IT jobs will grow from 35.6 million jobs in 2009 to 41.4 million jobs by 2013 Fastest Growing Occupations Globally include Health Care and Information Technology Strong hiring interest for Microsoft Skills & Certifications Source: Indeed.com, April 2013 LocationGoogleAppleCiscoMicrosoft Sydney ,777 Berlin ,342 Mumbai ,913 Chicago ,646 Amsterdam ,461 Sao Paulo ,869 Dallas ,426 Jobs in Demand by Technology

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12 1.5 million pieces of content are shared on social media…daily 120,000 blogs created daily 2 blogs created per second… …by 15 year olds

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14 Less activeMore active Watching TV Reading Internet Listening to lecture Facebook Writing Watching TV Reading Internet Listening to lecture Facebook Writing

15 Naive users Experienced users Internet searching

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18 A 21st century curriculum? Critical thinking Multi-literacy Problem solving Information gathering Information analysis Information ethics Project-based learning Inquiry-based

19 teacher parents library friends

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21 The networked teacher

22 What skills does a 21st century teacher need?

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25 Attend a lecture Observe a demonstration of ICT use Conduct research on a particular topic Receive or deliver 1:1 coaching Practice a new teaching method Develop or review curriculum materials Paln a lesson or unit of work Review and discuss student work Observe a colleague

26 What research says

27 New models of professional development TypeDo alreadyLearn more about Action research Mentor programs Peer coaching Professional development schools Professional learning communities Professional learning networks

28 Microsoft research-based professional development and assessment solutions

29 Innovative Teaching and Learning Moving from theory to action

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31 Innovative Teaching + ICT Access Personalized Collaborative Knowledge building Learning to learn Problem Solving 24/7 learning opportunities Global and cultural understanding Using ICT for: Knowledge building Collaboration Creativity Innovation Student Centered Pedagogies Learning Beyond the Classroom Using Digital Tools

32 How can we support educators through this transformation?

33 UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers Knowledge Creation Knowledge Deepening Technology Literacy (ICT in Education context) Digital Literacy/Productivity Tools

34 Partners in Learning Professional Development L400: Peer Coaching L300:21 st Century Lesson Design L200: Teaching with Technology + Optional Cert L100: Digital Literacy Knowledge Creation Knowledge Deepening Technology Literacy (ICT in Education context) Digital Literacy/Productivity Tools UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers Partners in Learning Professional Development

35 Each curriculum can build on the next Peer Coaching 21 st Century Lesson Design Teaching with Technology Microsoft Digital Literacy

36 Digital Literacy Teaching with Technology 21 st Century Learning Design

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40 30 hours, self-paced

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43 Partners in Learning Professional Development L400: Peer Coaching L300:21 st Century Lesson Design L200: Teaching with Technology + Optional Cert L100: Digital Literacy Knowledge Creation Knowledge Deepening Technology Literacy (ICT in Education context) Digital Literacy/Productivity Tools UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers Partners in Learning Professional Development

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45 1. Self- Assess Learning Gaps Creates an Individualized Learning Plan 2. eLearning Content 6 courses Embeds case studies, activities and how-to’s 3. Certificates of Completion Summative Assessments Microsoft Certified Educator Exam Valuable & reliable assessment of competency April 2013

46 Self Assessment & Individualized Learning Plan

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53 Competency-based, valid and reliable assessment Mapped to UNESCO ICT CFT, Technology Literacy Approach Does not measure technology skills, but rather ability to apply those skills in teaching and learning context Available April 2013 via Microsoft volume license or Certiport reseller

54 Partners in Learning Professional Development L400: Peer Coaching L300:21 st Century Lesson Design L200: Teaching with Technology + Optional Cert L100: Digital Literacy Knowledge Creation Knowledge Deepening Technology Literacy (ICT in Education context) Digital Literacy/Productivity Tools UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers Partners in Learning Professional Development

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57 How does it work? 1. Analyze and score learning activities on 21C skill dimensions of: Collaboration Knowledge-building The use of ICT for learning Self-regulation Real-world problem-solving and innovation 2. Adjust current activities or design new learning activities that score higher on 21C skill dimensions. Based on ITL Research

58 NO Students are required to work in pairs or groups? NO YES Students have shared responsibility? Students make substantive decisions together? Students’ work is interdependent? YES NO YES Students are required to work in pairs or groups? Students have shared responsibility? Students make substantive decisions together? Students’ work is interdependent?

59 Real-world problem solving Case study from one school in Russia Based on ITL Research 2011

60 Partners in Learning Professional Development L400: Peer Coaching L300:21 st Century Lesson Design L200: Teaching with Technology + Optional Cert L100: Digital Literacy Knowledge Creation Knowledge Deepening Technology Literacy (ICT in Education context) Digital Literacy/Productivity Tools UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers Partners in Learning Professional Development

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64 Partners in Learning Professional Development L400: Peer Coaching L300:21 st Century Lesson Design L200: Teaching with Technology + Optional Cert L100: Digital Literacy Knowledge Creation Knowledge Deepening Technology Literacy (ICT in Education context) Digital Literacy/Productivity Tools UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers Partners in Learning Professional Development

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66 Partners in Learning Network Global community of educators and school leaders Thousands of educator created tutorials and learning activities Participate in discussion groups Earn badges for professional development achievements

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69 ObjectiveYesNo Review research on professional development and implications for trainers. Discover professional development assets to create new or supplement your current programs. An overview of Level 100, 200, and 300 professional development offers Learn how to become a Partners in Learning Training Provider Did we meet our objectives?

70 “The rung of a ladder was never meant to rest upon, but only to hold a man’s foot long enough to enable him to put the other one somewhat higher.” Thomas Henry Huxley


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