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Title: Shaping the Future of Education through Technology


1
Shaping the Future of Education through
Technology
  • October 26, 2009
  • Brought to you by the
  • National Coalition for Technology in Education
    and Training (NCTET)

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  • The U.S. Department of Education is developing a
    new National Educational Technology Plan to
    provide a vision and concrete goals for how
    information and communication technologies can
    help transform American education.  To help shape
    the Plan, the National Coalition for Technology
    in Education Training (NCTET) is sponsoring
    this webinar to build awareness and encourage
    stakeholder comment.  Hosted by PBS.

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  • ABOUT NCTET 
  • The National Coalition for Technology in
    Education Training is a nonpartisan, 501c3
    organization that examines and supports the use
    of technology to improve education and training
    in America.  NCTET's board and participants
    represent education associations, nonprofit
    organizations, corporations and other interested
    stakeholders.  NCTET organizes policy briefings,
    conducts institutes, produces white papers and
    other research documents, and generally serves as
    a convener of education stakeholders with
    interest in technology. 
  • For more information, visit www.nctet.org. 
  •  

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  • NCTETs Board includes the following
    organizations
  • President, Irene Spero, Chief Operating Officer,
    Consortium for School Networking (CoSN)
  • Treasurer, Mark Schneiderman, Snr Dir of Ed
    Policy, Software Information Industry Assoc
  • Secretary, Jon Bernstein, Bernstein Strategy
    Group
  • Karen Bruett, Council of Chief State School
    Officers (CCSSO)
  • David S. Byer, Apple
  • Erin Duncan, National Education Association (NEA)
  • Jamie Fasteau, Alliance for Excellent Education
  • Ann Lee Flynn, National School Boards Association
    (NSBA)
  • Melinda George, TeacherLine, PBS
  • Hilary Goldmann, International Society for
    Technology in Education (ISTE)
  • Carolyn Henrich, University of California
  • Kathy Hurley, Pearson
  • Douglas Levin, National Association of State
    Boards of Education (NASBE)
  • Susan Patrick, iNACOL
  • Larry Snowhite, McGraw Hill Education
  • Karen Smith, National Commission on Teaching and
    America's Future (NCTAF)

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  • NCTET SPONSORS
  •  
  • Valedictorian Sponsors National Education
    Association and Verizon
  • Salutatorian Sponsors Apple, Inspiration
    Software, Maximus, Pearson and Target
  • Honor Roll Sponsors  ASCD, Intel, Penn Foster,
    PBS, SMART Technologies, and Software
    Information Industry Association
  • Scholar Sponsors  Association of American
    Publishers, Blackboard, Dutko Worldwide, Hobsons,
    Naviance, Philips, Public Consulting Group,
    SynapticMash.com, Sesame Workshop, Teachscape and
    Texas Instruments
  • Deans List Sponsors Association of Educational
    Publishers, Association of Test Publishers,
    AudioEditions.com, Brokers Risk, ConnectEd,
    Curriculum Advantage, The Dawn Project, Education
    Networks of America, eLuminate Group, Insight,
    International Society for Technology in
    Education, Learning.com, McGraw Hill Education,
    Meditor Optimus, iNACOL, Qwest, Scholastic, State
    Educational Technology Directors Association and
    Wireless Generation

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  •  Speakers
  • Jim Shelton, Assistant Deputy Secretary, Office
    of Innovation and Improvement, U.S. Department of
    Education
  • Barbara Means, Director, Center for Technology in
    Learning, SRI International
  • Linda Roberts, Senior Advisor, National
    Educational Technology Plan
  • Moderators
  • Melinda George, Senior Director, PBS TeacherLine
  • Mark Schneiderman, Senior Director of Education
    Policy, Software Information Industry
    Association
  •  
  • Agenda
  • Welcome Introductions - Mark Schneiderman
  • Background, Purpose Goals Jim Shelton
  • Timeline, Framework, Opportunity for Input -
    Barbara Means Linda Roberts
  • Audience QA - Melinda George

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Shaping the Future of Education through
Technology
  • Jim Shelton
  • Assistant Deputy Secretary
  • Office of Innovation and Improvement U.S.
    Department of Education

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Toward a National Educational Technology
Plan
Collaborating around the future of educational
technology
Barbara Means and Linda Roberts October 26, 2009
9
Overview of Development Process
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Information Gathering
Web Site with Potential Themes/Goals
Draft Plan
Input from Public the Field
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Progress to Date
  • Outreach Presentations to ISTE Leadership
    Symposium, ISTE 100, SETDA, CoSN, NCSL, NCTET,
    Tech Industry Leaders, Foundation Leaders
  • Technical Working Group Deliberations
    Face-to-face and webinar meetings of 15-member
    TWG are ongoing
  • Identification of Major Themes Learning,
    Assessment Continuous Improvement, Teaching,
    and Productivity Infrastructure
  • Identifying Key Tools, Examples and Research
    Underway for the four themes
  • Web Site More detailed information and
    solicitation of input on edtechfuture.org

Draft plan is due to ED the end of December.
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Evolution of Plan Themes
  • ED Priorities
  • High standards quality assessments
  • Data systems
  • Increase in effectiveness equitable
    distribution of teachers
  • Effective interventions for lowest-performing
    schools

TWG Discussion of Priorities
Potential Themes Identified Learning Assessment
Continuous Improvement Support of
Teaching Productivity Infrastructure
  • Outreach Leadership Symposium
  • Access to high-quality learning experiences
  • Improved assessment systems
  • Teacher effectiveness
  • Use of data
  • Student engagement and success

Comments posted on edtechfuture.org
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Focus Area Statements
  • Learning Enabling unprecedented access to
    high-quality learning experiences.
  • Assessment Measuring what matters and providing
    the information that enables continuous
    improvement processes at all levels of the
    education system.
  • Teaching New ways to support those who support
    learning.
  • Productivity Infrastructure Ubiquitous
    broadband infrastructure to support all of these
    goals. Redesigning systems and processes to free
    up education system resources to support
    learning.

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Systems Perspective
Context
Learning
Teaching
Assessment
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Convergence Supported by Technology
Context
Learning
Teaching
Assessment
Technology Infrastructure
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Collaborating around the future of educational
technology National Educational Technology Plan
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National Educational Technology Plan The U.S.
Department of Education is developing a new
National Educational Technology Plan to provide a
vision for how information and communication
technologies can help transform American
education. The plan will provide a set of
concrete goals that can inform state and local
educational technology plans as well as inspire
research, development, and innovation. A draft
plan is expected in early 2010. This web site is
hosted for the U.S. Department of Education by
SRI International.
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Information on edtechfuture.org
  • Written Resources TWG Is Using
  • Statements and Recommended Reports from Others
  • Types of Technology Tools Requested
  • Types of Examples Requested

Over 1,500 users so far.
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Ways to interact with edtechfuture.org
  • Suggest important priorities for the plan
  • Rate or comment on written resources that the TWG
    is using
  • Post links to written resources that the TWG
    should consider
  • Post links to technology tools that the TWG
    should consider
  • Post links to exemplary programs/curricula/practic
    es that the TWG should consider
  • Rate and comment on written resources/technology
    tools/exemplary cases posted by others

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Shaping the Future of Education through
Technology
  • QA
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