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The Future Classroom

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October 14, 2013

The Future Classroom

In “The Future Classroom” we look at the past, present, and future of learning. We start 200 years ago in the Victorian era of education, evaluate the present reality, and conclude with a framework for the next century of schooling.

This is a summarised version of the slides I use during my Future Classroom talk. To find out more, visit http://timkeller.me/speaking.

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October 14, 2013
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  1. THE FUTURE CLASSROOM [ ]

  2. Don Tapscott “This is the first generation of people that

    work, play, think and learn differently than their parents. They are the first generation to not be afraid of technology. It’s like the air to them.”
  3. SOUTH AFRICA

  4. Ordinary Pass University Entrance

  5. 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 0 10 20 30 40

    50 60 70 80 GRADE 12 STUDENTS WHO MATRICULATE Ordinary Pass University Entrance
  6. 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 0 10 20 30 40

    50 60 70 80 GRADE 12 STUDENTS WHO MATRICULATE Ordinary Pass University Entrance
  7. 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 0 10 20 30 40

    50 60 70 80 GRADE 12 STUDENTS WHO MATRICULATE Ordinary Pass University Entrance
  8. 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 0 10 20 30 40

    50 60 70 80 GRADE 12 STUDENTS WHO MATRICULATE Ordinary Pass University Entrance
  9. 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 0 10 20 30 40

    50 60 70 80 GRADE 12 STUDENTS WHO MATRICULATE Ordinary Pass University Entrance
  10. 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 0 10 20 30 40

    50 60 70 80 GRADE 12 STUDENTS WHO MATRICULATE Ordinary Pass University Entrance
  11. Class of 2011 Class of 2012

  12. Grade 1 Grade 10 Grade 12 0 300 000 600

    000 900 000 1 200 000 SIZE OF THE CLASS OVER 12 YEARS OF SCHOOL Class of 2011 Class of 2012
  13. Grade 1 Grade 10 Grade 12 0 300 000 600

    000 900 000 1 200 000 SIZE OF THE CLASS OVER 12 YEARS OF SCHOOL Class of 2011 Class of 2012
  14. Grade 1 Grade 10 Grade 12 0 300 000 600

    000 900 000 1 200 000 SIZE OF THE CLASS OVER 12 YEARS OF SCHOOL Class of 2011 Class of 2012
  15. Drop-out 46% Failing 16% Passing 38%

  16. 46% of 1 million = 460 000 73,9% of 460

    000 = 339 940 25% of 339 940 = 84 985 84 985 1 million = 8,5% chance of university access
  17. SOUTH AFRICA

  18. AFRICA

  19. WORLD

  20. 60% drop-out in some communities

  21. None
  22. SCHOOL VS WORLD

  23. SCHOOL WORLD

  24. SCHOOL WORLD

  25. SCHOOL WORLD

  26. SCHOOL WORLD

  27. FUTURE SHOCK - Alvin Toffler (1970)

  28. “The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those

    who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.”
  29. 5 MINDS FOR THE FUTURE - Howard Gardner

  30. 5 MINDS FOR THE FUTURE - Howard Gardner

  31. DISCIPLINED 1 SYNTHESIZING 2 CREATING 3 RESPECTFUL 4 ETHICAL 5

  32. “The world of the future will demand capacities that until

    now have been mere options.”
  33. “The further backwards you look, the further forward you see.”

    Winston Churchill
  34. c. 1650 The Horn-Book

  35. c. 1850 Ferule

  36. c. 1870 Magic Lantern

  37. c. 1870 School Slate

  38. c. 1890 Chalkboard

  39. c. 1900 The Pencil

  40. c. 1905 Stereoscope

  41. c. 1925 Film Projector

  42. c. 1930 Overhead Projector

  43. c. 1940 The Ballpoint Pen

  44. c. 1940 Mimeograph

  45. c. 1950 Headphones

  46. c. 1950 The Slide Rule

  47. c. 1951 Video Tape

  48. c. 1957 The Skinner Learning Machine

  49. c. 1958 Education Television

  50. c. 1965 Film-strip Viewer

  51. c. 1970 Handheld Calculator

  52. c. 1972 The Scantron Test Scorer

  53. c. 1980 The Personal Computer

  54. c. 1985 CD-ROM Drive

  55. c. 1999 Interactive Whiteboards

  56. c. 2005 Class Response System

  57. c. 2006 XO OLPC

  58. c. 2007 Amazon Kindle

  59. c. 2010 iPad

  60. 1910 1920 1930 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000

    2010
  61. THE LATEST TECHNOLOGY TENDS TO FIND ITS WAY INTO EDUCATION

  62. What year are you preparing your students for?

  63. None
  64. Nothing’s Changed!

  65. My guess:

  66. My guess: 1989

  67. Just do a decade of past exam papers and you

    should pass!
  68. None
  69. In 2013...

  70. VHS Tapes Travel Agents Separation of Work and Home Newspapers

    Magazines Video Rental Stores Cassette Tapes Wrist watches Paper Maps Long distance phone calls Dialup Internet Newspaper Classifieds Encyclopedias Forgotten Friends Not knowing the name of a song Fax Machines Film Cameras Postal System The 7pm News The Phonebook Music CDs Yellow Pages Business Cards High-Speed Dubbing Vinyl Records
  71. 2013 + 14 years + 4 years TODAY SCHOOL UNIVERSITY

    (2+12)
  72. 18 year vision strategic curriculum development MINIMUM

  73. REFINE YOUR STRATEGY EVERY DAY, EVERY WEEK, EVERY YEAR

  74. KEY STRATEGIC FOCUS Education Technology

  75. The Journey

  76. Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3

  77. 3 2

  78. Dynamic Presentation Phase 1

  79. Replace Chalkboard with a Presentation Phase 1

  80. Use an interactive whiteboard Phase 1

  81. Teacher uses own laptop Phase 1

  82. Bring dynamic visual aids to lessons Phase 1

  83. What you see is what you get Phase 1

  84. What you see is what you get You don’t get

    what you don’t see Phase 1
  85. DYNAMIC PRESENTATIONS a great way to develop background knowledge Phase

    1
  86. Textbooks are replaced by electronic sources Phase 2

  87. Students use technology to access Content Knowledge Phase 2

  88. They need a digital device Laptop, iPad, etc Phase 2

  89. Research Projects using online sources Phase 2

  90. Output remains quite traditional Phase 2

  91. The consumption of content knowledge via online sources Phase 2

  92. Phase 3 Those 21st century skills

  93. Creation Communication Collaboration Critical Thinking

  94. Student as

  95. Producer Student as

  96. Producer Publisher Student as

  97. Producer Publisher Audience Student as

  98. Producer Publisher Audience Reviewer Student as

  99. Producer Publisher Audience Reviewer Student as

  100. Producer Publisher Audience Reviewer Student as Movie, Podcast, Presentation, Paper

  101. Producer Publisher Audience Reviewer Student as Movie, Podcast, Presentation, Paper

    Simple publishing
  102. Producer Publisher Audience Reviewer Student as Movie, Podcast, Presentation, Paper

    Web 2.0 Simple publishing
  103. Producer Publisher Audience Reviewer Student as Movie, Podcast, Presentation, Paper

    Web 2.0 Class, School, Province, World Simple publishing
  104. Producer Publisher Audience Reviewer Student as Movie, Podcast, Presentation, Paper

    Web 2.0 Class, School, Province, World Instant feedback Simple publishing
  105. Producer Publisher Audience Reviewer Student as Movie, Podcast, Presentation, Paper

    Web 2.0 Class, School, Province, World Instant feedback Filter, Integrate, Understand, Edit Simple publishing
  106. Lesson Planning 1.0 Assignment: 1. Choose a song 2. Translate

    it from English to Afrikaans 3. Hand-in on Friday morning at 8:30am
  107. Lesson Planning 2.0 Assignment: 1. Choose a song 2. Translate

    it from English to Afrikaans 3. Use the Internet to find the backing track 4. Video yourself performing the song 5. Upload to YouTube
  108. None
  109. Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3

  110. its a mindset...

  111. ...not a toolset.

  112. TECHNOLOGY IS THE KEY TO UNLOCKING The Future Classroom Creation

    Communication Collaboration Critical Thinking
  113. SALMAN KHAN OPEN EDUCATION

  114. None
  115. LESSONS EXERCISES FEEDBACK MASTERY MAP

  116. Video Lesson Practice

  117. the FLIPPING CLASSROOM .................... ....................

  118. School Home Traditional Listen to lectures. Teacher gives lecture. Practice

    by doing ‘homework’ Flipped Engage and Interact with the topic. Teacher facilitates this process Watch videos, read research papers, investigate further.
  119. School Home Traditional Listen to lectures. Teacher gives lecture. Practice

    by doing ‘homework’ Flipped Engage and Interact with the topic. Teacher facilitates this process Watch videos, read research papers, investigate further.
  120. School Home Traditional Listen to lectures. Teacher gives lecture. Practice

    by doing ‘homework’ Flipped Engage and Interact with the topic. Teacher facilitates this process Watch videos, read research papers, investigate further.
  121. School Home Traditional Listen to lectures. Teacher gives lecture. Practice

    by doing ‘homework’ Flipped Engage and Interact with the topic. Teacher facilitates this process Watch videos, read research papers, investigate further.
  122. School Home Traditional Listen to lectures. Teacher gives lecture. Practice

    by doing ‘homework’ Flipped Engage and Interact with the topic. Teacher facilitates this process Watch videos, read research papers, investigate further.
  123. School Home Traditional Listen to lectures. Teacher gives lecture. Practice

    by doing ‘homework’ Flipped Engage and Interact with the topic. Teacher facilitates this process Watch videos, read research papers, investigate further.
  124. One Last Thing

  125. Divergent Thinking

  126. Divergent Thinking An essential capacity for creativity

  127. Divergent Thinking An essential capacity for creativity See lots of

    possible answers to a question Lots of ways to interpret a question To “Think Laterally” To find multiple answers, not one.
  128. How many uses can you think of?

  129. 200 0 uses 100

  130. 200 0 uses 100 Creative Genius Most people

  131. 3-5 yr 8-10 yr 13-15 yr 0 25 50 75

    100
  132. 3-5 yr 8-10 yr 13-15 yr 0 25 50 75

    100 98
  133. 3-5 yr 8-10 yr 13-15 yr 0 25 50 75

    100 98 50
  134. 3-5 yr 8-10 yr 13-15 yr 0 25 50 75

    100 98 50 25
  135. THIS PROVES #1 #2

  136. THIS PROVES WE ALL HAVE THIS CAPACITY #1 #2

  137. THIS PROVES WE ALL HAVE THIS CAPACITY IT MOSTLY DETERIORATES

    #1 #2
  138. THIS PROVES WE ALL HAVE THIS CAPACITY IT MOSTLY DETERIORATES

    #1 #2 Education
  139. Creation Communication Collaboration Critical Thinking

  140. Creation Communication Collaboration Questioning

  141. Creation Collaboration Questioning Talking in class

  142. Creation Questioning Talking in class Cheating

  143. Questioning Talking in class Cheating Not following the instructions

  144. John Gardner “Much education today is monumentally ineffective. All too

    often we are giving young people cut flowers when we should be teaching them to grow their own plants.”
  145. Learner centered

  146. Teacher as facilitator

  147. Learner centered Media Rich

  148. Creative

  149. Interactive

  150. Connected

  151. Thanks! timkeller.me @timkeller umoya.net BLOG TWITTER WEB