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Copyright © 2009 Accenture All Rights Reserved. Accenture, its logo, and High Performance Delivered are trademarks of Accenture. Innovation in Education Dr. Svenja Falk Accenture Research, Senior Director for Asia Pacific, Adjunct Professor for Political Communication, International University Bruchsal
Copyright © 2009 Accenture All Rights Reserved. 2 Accenture Research Benchmarking ICT Adoption Agenda Key Strategic Questions for India The Innovation Ecosystem Good Practice Case Studies
Copyright © 2009 Accenture All Rights Reserved. 3 Accenture Research Innovation in education is fundamental to a countrys competitiveness and global equality. Key drivers for Innovation Education Sector Emerging Markets Developed Markets Maintain competitive advantage Addressing the demographic shift Introduce life-long learning to ensure employability Education as a key catalyst to achieve Millennium Goals Capitalizing on the demographic dividend Access to opportunities in the global knowledge economy
Copyright © 2009 Accenture All Rights Reserved. 4 Accenture Research Corporates, e.g. Government, e.g.NGOs, e.g. Multilaterals, e.g. Innovation The innovation ecosystem in Education is based on synergies of private and public entities. Education Ecosystem
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Copyright © 2009 Accenture All Rights Reserved. 6 Accenture Research … Integration into curriculum? -What is the degree of integration of ICT into the curriculum? Structured Approach? - Is there a strategy in place to apply ICT to secondary education? Importance of ICT?- Under ministers sponsorship, is policy formulation underway? Teacher training? - Is there a program for teacher training with focus on ICT? Piloting innovative technologies? -Are innovative technologies piloted or adopted?. Infrastructure in place? - How is the level of access to PCs/ internet penetration in secondary schools? Key Performance Indicators in Secondary Education We have identified six indicators to compare countries practices.
Copyright © 2009 Accenture All Rights Reserved. 7 Accenture Research Benchmarking IT Adoption Country KPI Strategy in Place? Leadership Sponsorship? Internet Access in Schools? Program for ICT teacher training? Piloting innovative technologies? Integration of ICT into Curriculum? ChinaBrazilSingaporeRussiaKoreaIndia Singapore and Korea are ahead of the curve.
Copyright © 2009 Accenture All Rights Reserved. 8 Accenture Research Example: Master Plan Korea 2006 ~ present 2004~2005 Cyber Home Learning System EBS video streaming content KEM as guideline on Korean educational metadata for ERS Cyber Home Learning System EBS video streaming content KEM as guideline on Korean educational metadata for ERS Content development & distribution - Standardization - Education Resources Sharing (ERS) Environment Teaching & Learning Center e-Administration NEIS Teacher training for ICT use Content development & distribution - Standardization - Education Resources Sharing (ERS) Environment Teaching & Learning Center e-Administration NEIS Teacher training for ICT use Digital Textbook Future education R&D - u-Learning/u-Class - Augmented reality contents ICT integrated curriculum Ed Information disclosure system ECSC Global Partnership for ICT in Education Digital Textbook Future education R&D - u-Learning/u-Class - Augmented reality contents ICT integrated curriculum Ed Information disclosure system ECSC Global Partnership for ICT in Education ICT infrastructure in all schools - 1 PC : 1 teacher - Internet access to classrooms Education information service system : EDUNET ICT literacy education Master Plan I Master Plan II Master Plan III Infra Structure (World Class ICT environment) ICT Integration (Enhance effect & Quality of Education) e-Learning (Realize Education Welfare) HRD (World-class educational competitiveness) Characteristic vision 2001 ~ 2003 1996 ~ 2000 Introduction & expansion of computer education in curriculum(K-12) Teacher training Program CAI program Comprehensive Support by Government Computer Education Plan Computer Ed opportunity (ICT Literacy) 1987 ~ 1995 Computer Education Stage u-Learning Stage e-Learning Stage ICT Utilization Stage Initial Infra Stage
Copyright © 2009 Accenture All Rights Reserved. 9 Accenture Research ICT tools are widely used in secondary education, but only Singapore and Korea do in an integrated way. India China Brazil Russia Singapore Korea Sample of ICT Tools in Secondary Education – non exhaustive Radio Programs Computer Assisted Learning Centers Multi-media CDs Village Telecentres/ Kiosks Computer on Wheels Broad- casting via Satellite Computer Labs Broadcasting via Satellite Online Course Warehouse Distant education programs Multimedia CD-Roms Computer on Wheels Shared elearning platforms TV School Digital Library Educational Software Computer Labs Information Services Open source & open contentsInfor mation Services persona- lized learning devices interactive software and digital content gaming, programming tools, 3D Modelling & animation Web 2.0 Information Services Computer Radio elearning platforms Computer on Wheels Computer Labs White- boards Digital Textbooks Digital Library Cyber Home Learning Content Web 2.0 based integrated Education Information services dor student, teacher & parents
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Copyright © 2009 Accenture All Rights Reserved. 11 Accenture Research The success of Shiksa is based on a collaborative PPP. India: Project Shiksha FootprintCase Study Description Key Sucess Factors Building a network of Academies across 10 states, facilitating centralized teacher training Enlarging the reach of the project by collaborating with institutions like Jawahar Navodya Vidyalayas (JNVs), Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangatan (KVS), Madrasas and various government schools Building partnerships with state and local authorities such as the District Institutes for Education and Training (DIET) Fixing targets across timelines and achieving them- The target of reaching out to 80,000 teachers by December 2008, was met with a 250% surplus a year ahead of schedule Name Founded Location Founder Objective Benefits Investments Project Shiksha 2003 10 States across India MOU between Microsoft and 11 State Governments ICT capacity building for teachers and pupils Impacted 10 million students Trained Teachers in over 1400 schools across India $ m 20 + employee time Microsoft launched project Shiksha in 2003, wherein Microsoft collaborated with 10 states to set up 11 academies where ICT training would be imparted to teachers and students Source : UNESCO Bangkok, iGovernment, IndiaUNESCO BangkokiGovernment, India
Copyright © 2009 Accenture All Rights Reserved. 12 Accenture Research The success of the UNESCO initiated project is build on global/ local synergies. China: Bridging the Within Country Digital Divide in Education FootprintCase Study Description Key Success Factors Phased implementation of the project over 3 years Working with local bodies and school authorities in disadvantaged divisions in order to achieve the goals of equal access and Inclusiveness Identifying key areas for development such as in- service training for headmasters and teachers and curriculum renewal Name Founded Location Founder Objective Benefits Investments 2003-2006 Gansu, Qianghai, and Ningxia/Guizhou, China UNESCO Coordination Reduce the digital divide between developed western and under developed eastern regions Implementing practical models that will work in disadvantaged schools and communities na Initiated by UNESCO: aims at creating a conducive policy environment to implement educational changes supported by ICTs, creating the necessary human infrastructure network by creating learning centers, creating different ICT policies for different environments Improving Education in Western China through the innovative use of ICT Source : UNESCO BangkokUNESCO Bangkok
Copyright © 2009 Accenture All Rights Reserved. 13 Accenture Research The success of the Government sponsored program is based on the principle of systematic skill –transfer. Brazil: The National Information Technology Programme in Education FootprintCase Study Description Key Success Factors Filtered Approach- skilled teachers training other teachers, who in turn implement lessons in their courses and teaching Creation of labs and ICT centers, which can serve to centralize teaching Optimal utilization of resources and an innovative method to spread the use of ICT training Partnerships with local and state authorities to achieve widespread implementation Name Founded Location Founder Objective Benefits Investments The national Information Technology Programme in Education 1997 Brazil Ministry of Education, Brazil To promote the use of ICTs as pedagogical tools in fundamental and secondary education ICT labs, where teachers already skilled in ICT tools train other teachers, who in turn train students NA The MEC, Brazil set up ICT labs in order to train teachers, who would in turn use their skills while teaching. Results included setting up 4931 labs in 1853 municipalities, benefiting 250,000 teachers and 7 million students Source : The use of ICTs in Education : The Brazilian ExperienceThe use of ICTs in Education : The Brazilian Experience
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Copyright © 2009 Accenture All Rights Reserved. 15 Accenture Research Identify the right strategyIdentify the ecosystemIdentify the need Key Questions for India What is the main objective to promote the use of ICT, e.g. literacy, capacity building, bridging the digital divide, advancing specific skills like math etc…? Which ICT tools are most appropriate to meet that need? Who is involved in promoting, implemeting and delivering the usage of the appropriate ICT tools? What regulations/ processes need to be addressed? How can coordination be ensured and who should have authority/ responsibility over it? What should be the key thrusts of your strategy to integrate ICT in secondary schooling? What is the right timing and milestones? How and when should you assess outcomes? Start simple and demand driven Identity and coordinate with ecosystem Formulate strategy and identify outcomes ICT tools are more likely to unfold their innovative capacity if applied in a strategic way.
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