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KADS Global Educational Services Your Leader in Project Based Global Education Improving the quality of education now and into the future:

KADS Global Educational Services Your Leader in Project Based Global Education Improving the quality of education now and into the future K atrina Strauss, A nita Gorski, D an Le, S hweta Perswal Learning in 2025

Harnessing the Power:

Utilizing Collective Intelligence and facilitating Problem Based learning will be the driving force behind collaboration. Every learner will be an educator, every educator will be a learner . We can help develop a strategy to move toward the classroom of 2025 today. Harnessing the Power

Learners of 2025:

Learners of 2025 Dynamic, multi-modal Creative

Roles of Future Learners:

Roles of Future Learners Collaborators Analyzers Synthesizers Innovators

Educators of 2025:

Educators of 2025 Multitasking Strong knowledge base Good pedagogic knowledge Flexible Cooperative

Roles of Future Educators:

Roles of Future Educators Facilitator Curriculum Designer Information Technology Expert Bigger role in school management

Curriculum & Pedagogy:

Curriculum & Pedagogy For 2025 Image retrieved December 3, 2011, from http://asiasociety.org/education/resources-schools/professional-learning/project-based-learning-tops-traditional-instructio

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Essential Job Skills according to studies by the Partnership for 21 st Century Skills and the National Association of Colleges and Employers: Oral and written communications Work Ethic and Professionalism Collaboration and Teamwork Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving (Levine, 2010)

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Why PBL for 2025? Relevant and Authentic Increased Rigor Uses Technology Addresses Content and Skills ( Torp & Sage, 2002)

Harnessing Collective Intelligence to direct PBL:

Harnessing Collective Intelligence to direct PBL Each of them by himself may not be of good quality ; but when they all come together it is possible that they may surpass-collectively and as a body, although not individually-the quality of the few best –Aristotle

What is Collective Intelligence?:

What is Collective Intelligence? According to MIT Center for Collective Intelligence, it is described as “ groups of individuals doing things collectively that seem intelligent .”

In the classrooms of 2025 :

In the classrooms of 2025 Different learners will have different expertise Reliance on different brains to solve complex problems

Significance of Collective Intelligence:

Significance of Collective Intelligence

Ideas to support CI in Future Classrooms:

Ideas to support CI in Future C lassrooms Class Blogs Wikis Discussion Board Group Work

Result of engendering CI:

Result of engendering CI Equipping the learners with necessary skills Utilization of talent Collaboration

The Future of Assessments:

The Future of Assessments Image retrieved December 3, 2011, from http://www.alibaba.com/product-free/111291065/High_end_computer_lab_for_Teaching/showimage.html

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Assessments of the Future At least twice per year Computer based Problems that measure skills Portfolios

What is a Future Learning Space?:

What is a Future Learning Space? A place to gather to collaborate, problem solve, and create whether in person or in a Virtual Learning Environment Bears little resemblance to the teacher-centric classroom of today Supports anytime, anywhere learning opportunities Is globally connected Primes tomorrow’s learners to be prepared for the global workforce

Global Learning Communities:

Global Learning Communities Connect with existing learning communities P articipate in open-source global online learning opportunities C onnect via social networks and use feedback as an educational strategy

Classroom. Deconstructed.:

Classroom. Deconstructed. Forward thinking Immersive Accessible Connected Physical Classroom Design Virtual Learning Environments On demand Affordable Intuitive Evolving

Sustaining our Vision:

Sustaining our Vision Professional Development- Lifelong learner need training no matter what stage of teaching career Learning Community Technology can enhance development

Sustaining our Vision:

Sustaining our Vision Learning Environments Personal Learning Networks Free professional development

Sustaining our Vision:

Sustaining our Vision Common Standards To ensure that no matter where a child goes to school, they will be prepared for success in college and the working world (Carter, 2010) Unified vision Nationally networked learners need common standards for 21 st century skills

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Financial Support Money is needed for… Tech Resources Assessments Renovation of schools Government support Grants Equal funding Sustaining our Vision

Challenges:

Challenges Technological infrastructure is lacking in some parts of the world Need true definition of digital literacy (Horizon Report, 2011) Language gaps Accountability of learning

Conclusion:

Conclusion We need to implement these ideas into the education system now to ensure the success of our youth and the continuation of innovation in our society.

Thank you:

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