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Title: Harnessing Technology


1
Harnessing Technology A Strategy for
Personalised Learning
  • North West Education Technology Show November
    2006
  • Norman Crawford Assistant Director e-Strategy,
    Becta

2
Harnessing Technology and Learning Platforms
  • We know that those institutions that have adopted
    technology effectively get better results. They
    deliver higher achievement, better learning, more
    efficient teaching they provide better
    information for, and communication with, learners
    and parents with a more streamlined and less
    bureaucratic administration. Currently, only
    around 15 of our educational establishments are
    in this position. Harnessing Technology aims to
    change this. This keynote session will also
    explore how learning platforms are central to
    achieving this vision for the future.

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What the evidence tells us
  • Technology for learning helps raise standards

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So, whats the problem?
  • Too few organisations take all the actions needed
    to reap these benefits
  • Moral duty to each and every learner to ensure
    that
  • All educational providers to get the best out of
    current and future technologies to improve the
    quality of learning and raise standards
  • All educational providers to regard using
    technology for learning as an essential but
    normal and integrated aspect of their teaching,
    learning, assessment and management practices
  • All learners to harness technology more choice
    and chances to learn in a way that suits them
    best
  • All learners to have greater opportunities to
    learn inside and outside formal education

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DfES Technology Group - identified
transformational themes to deliver key outcomes
at system level
A consistent system-wide framework to guide
delivery
A model for the deployment of technology across
the system
Driving a new model of content provision for the
individual
Supporting people and organisations measuring
system level impact
8
Strategic Technologies
  • Aims to provide a value for money model for
    deployment of technologies across the system
  • models of provision and support for institutions
  • Through a single integrated national strategy for
    IT infrastructure, the National Digital
    Infrastructure
  • a high bandwidth national education network
  • functional specifications to support
    interoperability
  • learning and management services to link home and
    institution

9
Personalised Content
  • Aims to enable personalised teaching and learning
    with a new generation of interactive resources
  • enable practitioners to better design learning
    around the learner
  • help learners build their individual capacity as
    effective learners
  • Through
  • a system wide policy articulating concepts and
    approaches required for personalising content
  • tools and support for practitioners to create,
    adapt, re-use and share quality digital
    resources
  • improved access to and discovery of digital
    resources

10
Knowledge Architecture
  • Aims to provide consistent business processes,
    information flows and data standards
  • enable a single comprehensive overview of every
    learner thus better meeting the information needs
    of all key stakeholders (learners, parents,
    practitioners)
  • Through
  • a single, system-wide model of identity
    management
  • a strategy for developing e-portfolios
  • common standards for information and data flows

11
E-maturity
  • Aims to increase the number of educational
    organisations making strategic effective use
    ICT in order to improve educational outcomes
  • Through
  • creating models of maturity in the use of ICT so
    that all those involved in services for children
    and learners understand the way in which ICT can
    contribute to the effective delivery of their
    business outcomes, and
  • promoting the use of these frameworks and
    associated tools to educational organisations.

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The e-strategy as an enabler
E-strategy the contributions ICT and e-learning
can make Transforming teaching, learning and
support Connecting with hard to reach
groups Opening up an accessible, collaborative
system Improving efficiency and effectiveness
  • Educational outcomes
  • Closing the gap in educational attainment between
    those from low income and disadvantaged
    backgrounds and their peers
  • Continue to raise standards for all across the
    educational system
  • Increasing the proportion of young people staying
    on in education or training beyond the age of 16
  • Reducing the number of young people on a path to
    failure in adult life
  • Closing the skills gap at all levels to keep
    pace with the challenge of globalisation

2006 Put users at the heart of all we
do Continue to improve performance across the
system Work more effectively with partners
2004 Personalisation and choice Flexibility and
independence Opening up services Staff
development Partnerships
13
From marginal to mainstream
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Use technology effectively in their professional
roles
Make appropriate intervention in learners
learning
Identify where technology can enhance the learning
E-confident Institution
Use of a range of different technologies to
support teaching
Evaluate new technologies/digital resources that
can enhance or support teaching and learning
Manage the technology for effective teaching and
learning
15
Self-directed learning
Can select appropriate tool for the task
Has a wide range of generic ICT skills
Able to learn new skills as needed
e-confident learner
Prepared to explore and experiment in their use
of technology
Take responsibility for their own learning
Has high level of digital literacy
Knows when technology can assist their learning
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The e-strategy Phase 1 - setting the conditions
for transformation
  • Get the technology in place
  • Learners/providers able to use the technology
    effectively
  • Collaboration and partnership, influence and
    challenge
  • 7th November national conference drive reform,
    enable change, personalise learning and raise
    standards of skills and achievement
  • Enabling lateral transfer of best practice across
    sector
  • More discerning customers (learners, employers)
  • More capacity and capability in supply
    (providers)
  • Increased performance of learners
  • Increased effectiveness, efficiency and value for
    money

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System wide delivery model
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The future today
20
Learning Platforms
21
LPs at 33, 45 or 78 rpm?
  • LA area wide approach
  • Whole school adoption
  • Supported by change management
  • Supported by robust systems

22
How can learning platforms be central to the
vision of personalised learning?
  • Enable 24/7 access to learning resources
  • Support collaboration and communication
  • Promote the sharing of resources increased
    efficiency and quality and breadth of available
    resources
  • Provide personal space
  • Continuity of Learning
  • Inclusion
  • Curriculum Choice
  • In conjunction with MIS systems a powerful tool
    to support learning and involve the individual
    in their own learning targets and outcomes

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Contact me
  • norman.crawford_at_becta.org.uk
  • 0247616994

More information about how to plan for
personalised learning http//www.becta.org.uk/co
rporate/publications/documents/Personalised_Learni
ng.pdf
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