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Title: International Center for Leadership in Education


1
International Center for Leadership in Education
Preparing Students for the 21st Century
  • Dr. Willard R. Daggett

2
Components of School Excellence
1. Create a Culture to Support RR R For ALL
Students
3
Todays Youth
  • Technologically literate

4
Timeliner
5
Behaviors
Item Trophy Generation Adults
Information Multiple sources Process quickly Individual sources Process methodically
Multitask Parallel process Sequential
Documents Graphics first Text first
Work Peer groups Individual
Delays None Happy when technology works
Flexibility Adaptable, comfortable with uncertainty Resists change learns to cope with change
6
Todays Youth
  • Technologically literate
  • Trophy generation

7
Positive Reinforcement
8
Todays Youth
  • Technologically literate
  • Trophy generation
  • Claim independence but return home
  • Increasingly bored with school

9
Percentage of 12th-graders who express various
opinions about their school experience.
Important in Later Life
Meaningful
Interesting
Source National Center for Education Statistics
10
Student Survey Percentages
Survey Statement Total Male Female
I enjoy being at school 50.2 47.4 53.2
Teachers make school an exciting place to learn 33.0 32.9 32.6
School is boring 45.5 49.9 41.5
Teachers have fun at school 38.5 39.8 37.6
Learning can be fun 63.5 59.0 69.3
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Student Survey Percentages
Survey Statement Total Male Female
At school I am encouraged to be creative 58.8 56.4 61.3
My classes help me understand what is happening in my everyday life 39.8 39.3 40.9
I learn new things that are interesting to me at school 66.3 63.8 69.9
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Do you Know Me?Student Survey Faculty Survey
Successful Practices Network
13
Do you Know Me?
  • Perceptions of learners about your school and the
    value placed on student engagement and student
    aspirations
  • Do they align with yours?

14
Obedientvs.Motivated
15
Cities with 1 Million People
United States 9
16
Cities with 1 Million People
United States Europe 9 36
17
Cities with 1 Million People
United States Europe China (2006) 9 36 100
18
Cities with 1 Million People
United States Europe China (2006) China (2020) 9 36 100 160
19
Computer Sales
Dell Sony Compaq HP IBM Think Pad Apple NEC Gatewa
y Toshiba
Quanta Wispron Asustek Compal Inventec
90
20
Oil
The United States consumes one-quarter of the
worlds oil.
Source Sydney Morning Herald
21
Price of Oil
  • 33 per barrel
  • 2008 135 per barrel and could rise
    as high as 200 per barrel

Source SFGate.com
22
Oil Production
  • 83 Million barrels per day (M b/d)
  • 2008 85 M b/d (and has barely moved
    since 2005)
  • 2030 100 M b/d maximum.

Source SFGate.com Transport Logistics News
23
Current Production
125
Million Barrels/Day (Mb/d)
100
85 Mb/d
75
50
25
2004
2030
2008
2012
2020
24
Maximum Future Production
125
Million Barrels/Day (Mb/d)
100 Mb/d
100
75
50
25
2004
2030
2008
2012
2020
25
2004 U.S. Demand
125
Million Barrels/Day (Mb/d)
100
75
50
25
2004
2030
2008
2012
2020
26
2008 U.S. Demand
125
Million Barrels/Day (Mb/d)
100
75
50
25
2004
2030
2008
2012
2020
27
Projected U.S. Demand
125
Million Barrels/Day (Mb/d)
100
75
50
25
2004
2030
2008
2012
2020
28
2004 U.S. / China Demand
125
Million Barrels/Day (Mb/d)
100
75
50
25
2004
2030
2008
2012
2020
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2008 U.S. / China Demand
125
Million Barrels/Day (Mb/d)
100
75
50
25
2004
2030
2008
2012
2020
30
Projected U.S. / China Demand
125
Million Barrels/Day (Mb/d)
100
75
50
25
2004
2030
2008
2012
2020
31
2004 World Demand
125
Million Barrels/Day (Mb/d)
100
75
Rest of World
50
25
2004
2030
2008
2012
2020
32
2008 World Demand
125
Million Barrels/Day (Mb/d)
100
75
50
25
2004
2030
2008
2012
2020
33
Projected World Demand
125
Million Barrels/Day (Mb/d)
100
75
50
25
2004
2030
2008
2012
2020
34
Gas Price Per GallonJune 1, 2008
U.S. 3.96
Japan 5.77
Great Britain 8.31
France 9.66
Germany 11.49
Source Energy Information Administration Oil
Information Center AP Reporting
35
Savings Rate
  • 1. India -- 25
  • 2. Japan -- 28
  • 3. Korea -- 30
  • 4. China -- 50
  • 5. United States -- (-4)

36
Federal Budget
  • 2008 Deficit --- 2.5 Trillion
  • Total Deficit --- 57.3 Trillion
  • Deficit per Household --- 500,000

Source Atlantic Monthly
37
Federal, State Local Budget
  • Total Deficit --- 61.7 Trillion
  • Deficit per Household --- 531,472
  • Family Debt --- 125,000

38
1968
  • 1946
  • WWII

2020 Vietnam
1983 Nation-At-Risk Japan
1972 China
1992 China
2008 China
1964 Japan
Panama
Vietnam
Brazil
Argentina
Indonesia
39
U.S. 2nd Half of 20th Century
  • Only Superpower
  • Highest per Capita Income
  • 1st in Economic Growth
  • 5 of Population gt 24 of Consumption

Source National Academy of Science 2007
40
Challenges
  • Globalization
  • Technology

41
  • Information Technology
  • Processing
  • Communications

42
SPOT
  • Microsoft
  • Citizen
  • Fossil
  • Suunco

43
SPOT
  • Integrated Projection
  • Projection Keyboard

44
Projection Keyboard
45
Projection Keyboard and Projector
46
Language Translation
47
Emotiv
  • 16 embedded sensors
  • Detect facial expressions and emotions
  • Push, pull, lift, and drop

http//emotiv.com/INDS_3/inds_3.html
48
Semantic Web
  • Web 1.0 Information based
  • Web 2.0 Communication based (tagging, social
    networks, etc.)
  • Web 3.0 Organize data and draw conclusions

Source A Smarter Web
49
Evolution of the Web
  • Web 1.0 (1990-2000)
  • Web used as an information source

50
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Web 1.0 Challenges
  • Different language
  • Different cultures
  • Different business sectors

52
Web 1.0
  • XML
  • Road system
  • Different Sign
  • Different management system
  • Feline.com

53
Evolution of Web
  • Web 2.0 (2000 - 2010)
  • Web used as a communication source

54
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Web 2.0
  • All data tagged by Ontologies
  • Zip code
  • Postal code
  • Dewey Decimal System

56
Web 1.0 vs. Web 2.0
Web 1.0 Web 2.0
Reading Writing
Companies Communities
Home Pages Blogs
Wires Wireless
Netscape Google
Dialup Broadband
Hardware Costs Bandwidth Costs
Directories (taxonomy) Tagging (folksonomy)
Client-server Peer-to-peer
57
Web 3.0
  • Web will transform from a network of separate
    applications to a seamless whole.

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Web 3.0
  • GPS read road sign and drive car

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Web 1.0 vs. Web 2.0 vs. 3.0
Web 1.0 Web 2.0 Web 3.0
Reading Writing Tables/charts
Companies Communities All information
Home Pages Blogs
Wires Wireless
Netscape Google
Dialup Broadband
Hardware Costs Bandwidth Costs
Directories (taxonomy) Tagging (folksonomy)
Client-server Peer-to-peer
62
SPN Database - Demographics
Grade Levels Community Type School Type
9-12 Urban Large City Comprehensive
10-12 Urban Small City Magnet, Choice
7-12 Suburban Charter
K-12 Rural Private
Other Other
?
?
?
Student Population 2007-08
Total Students
White Students
African-American Students
Hispanic Students
Asian American Students
Native American Students
1650
22
24
63
SPN Database Student Achievement Data
Meeting AYP - ELA 2006-2007 2006-2007 2006-2007 2007-08 2007-08 2007-08
Yes No Exempt Yes No Exempt
All Students
Students w/ Disabilities
English Language Learners
Students in Poverty
African-American Students
Hispanic Students
Asian-American Students
Male Students
Female Students
Other
?
?
?
?
?
64
Consequences
  • What is literacy ?
  • Know, do, be like

65
Hunting vs. Grazingfor Information
66
  • Bio Technology
  • Biological Science
  • Practical Application

67
  • Nano Technology
  • Atom Up

68
Nanotechnology
  • Memory

69
Credit J. J. Yang, HP Labs
70
Nanotechnology
  • Memory
  • Clothes that clean themselves
  • Self-cleaning, oil-repellant materials
  • Self-cleaning, fog-free windshields

71
Nano Tech Suits
  • Morph into Camouflage
  • Fabric Stiffens for use as a Splint
  • Reproduce light to make the soldier nearly
    invisible

Source NewScientist.com
72
2000
Info Tech
Nano Tech
Bio Tech
73
2008
Info Tech
Nano Tech
Bio Tech
74
2012
Info Tech
Nano Tech
Bio Tech
75
Chinese Science
Elementary Schools 6 Years Integrated Science
Biology / Chemistry Grade 7
Biology / Physics Grade 8
Physics / Chemistry Grade 9
Integrated Science Grades 10 - 12
Source Ed Week 6/6/07
76
Challenges
  • Technology
  • Globalization
  • Demographics

77
Demographics / Economic
  • 1910 3.0 / 100
  • 1946 4.6 / 100
  • 2000 1.4 1.8 / 100

78
Demographics
  • In 2016, 25 of the U.S. workforce will be over
    the age of 55.

Source U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
79
U.S. Population Percent Disabled
  • 5-20 years old 6.5
  • 21-64 years old 13.0
  • 65 years old 41.0

Source U.S. Census Bureau
80
Modern medicine is less able to promote healthy
aging.
  • The average 21st century American will spend more
    years caring for parents than children.

Robbins, John. (2006) Healthy at 100. Random
House. p. xvii
81
More Ethnically Diverse
Caucasians are becoming less dominant as a
consumer target
Caucasian AA/Black Hispanic Asian
Source Born to be Wired Yahoo Carat
Interactive
82
U.S. Population, Hispanic
  • 2005 14
  • 2030 30

Source U.S. Census Bureau
83
Challenges
  • Technology
  • Globalization
  • Demographics
  • Values / Beliefs

84
Students
  • Technologically literate
  • Find information

85
Be Not Afraid
86
Literacy Skills
  • Prose vs. document and quantitative
  • Hunt vs. graze

87
On-Line Learning
  • Trophy Generation
  • Technology
  • Feedback/Awards
  • Customized
  • Time
  • Cost

88
Schools vs. World
  • Customization vs. standardization

89
International Center for Leadership in Education,
Inc.
1587 Route 146 Rexford, NY 12148 Phone (518)
399-2776 Fax (518) 399-7607 E-mail -
info_at_LeaderEd.com www.LeaderEd.com
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