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2020 teachers

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What kind of teachers will we see in 2020? Take a look at what I has already appeared on this blog for my 2020 Vision series, and there may be some clues. have written about 2020 learners , 2020 classrooms and 2020 curriculum (focusing mainly on assessment of learning), and also touched on what we might see with 2020 learning technologies.

2020 Curriculum

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Correct - assessment. When I crowdsourced for material for this series of blog posts on #learning2020 , a lot of the comments I received back were about assessment. Just about the only people who love assessment are the government and the organisations who. er, organise assessment. What kinds of assessment will there be in 2020? questions. It doesn't.

2020 Vision

Learning with e's

I read a post by Tina Barseghian on the Mind/Shift Blog entitled ' 21 things that will be obselete by 2020 ' today, which prompted me to start a conversation on Twitter to discuss what we think school would look like in another decade or less. In 2020, will we wander around learning technology exhibitions (or museums) and see simulations of computers with keyboard and mice?

The Future of Education: EPIC 2020

Dont Waste Your Time

Thanks to Jane Hart and Jay Cross for directing me to this video: “2011, Badges as credentials, 160,000 students in a MOOC, peer-ratings = students teaching students, Udacity charges 20% finder’s fees for grads, MITx, TEDed, free, student loan overhang, tuition going up …. eLearning Video Amazon EPIC 2020 Google iTunes iTunesU Khan Academy MOOC Open Badges TED“In 2018 badges replace degrees as the preferred skill validation for companies. ” and. “EPIC – the Evolving Personal Information Construct.

Quick Clicks – August 2011

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First, Steve Woodruff posted the “Twelve Most Important Questions About Your Identity,&#   and although it’s geared to for-profit corporations, you can easily adapt his questions for a quick assessment of your organization’s overall vision or plans for its learning component… Either way, great brainstorming starters. But, assuming you don’t have that kind of time, here’s another post worthy of special attention, “Future Skills 2020 and the Implications for Professional Development.&#. link]. *. Part 2. Part 3. Part 4. **.

Complete to Compete: Community College Student Success (Part Two)

The Peformance Improvement

This post continues my comments and observations from attending the 2011 Annual Convention of the American Association of Community Colleges. Folks from ACT are promoting a national system of assessing (of course) and credentialing workers, especially mid-level employees. Critics of Student Success Agenda. The completion agenda is not without its critics. Job Supply Side of Success.

At TEDxSPSU – Part Four

Viplav Baxi Meanderings

TEDxSPSU was held on March 12, 2011 at Sir Padampat Singhania University, Udaipur, India, with the theme Order from Chaos. It’s a pity that the largest education companies are built on standardizing content and assessments not enriching experience. Here is one that envisions the Engineer of 2020 crafted by the National Academy of Engineering in the US. This is Part Four.

L&D Capability in Australia – Conversations from UnConference

Learning Cafe

As Martyn Sloman notes in the L&D 2020 Report, “The new context in which today’s L&D professional operates demands both a new mindset and a new skill set.” Inevitably, the skills required to assess and support improved performance within particular organisational contexts through learning are changing. ” (Sloman, 2010, p8). ” (Sloman, 2010,p 1).

Measure Work Readiness for Tomorrow’s Jobs

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Based on workplace skills data collected from approximately 4 million workplace assessment examinees over a five-year period, the report, “The Condition of Work Readiness in the United States,” finds that skills gaps are most evident for individuals considering jobs requiring low or high levels of education. Each assessment has a score range of either 3 to 6 or 3 to 7.

EDGE2011 New Delhi

Viplav Baxi Meanderings

It starts with the references to scale (40 mn Higher Ed students by 2020). Another surprising omission was a lack of discussion on new innovations (except for a brief session on New Frontiers in Assessments, which I thought was good and not just because I was one of the speakers) that could prove to be critical in a country this size. The good thing in the Assessments panel, moderated by Madan Padaki (from Manipal who incidentally was given a well deserved award for his contribution to the education sector), was that I heard something which was music to my years. Tharoor.

Online Learning in Education

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million students took at least 1 online class during the fall of 2010 (Sloan Consortium, 2011) – The survey defined an online class as being at least 80% online. Sloan Consortium, 2011). 19% of middle school students and 30% of high school students took an online class in 2010 (Speak Up 2011). Assessing, forecasting and projecting based on current data, as well as looking at past data.  The assessment is not just focused on the United States, but globally. In 1993, Jones International made its debut on the internet. The first 100% online university.

eLearning Conferences 2010

Tony Karrer

conference will not be held in 2009 , but it is expected that there will be a conference in 2011. link] January 21, 2010 Prior Learning Assessment : Balancing Academic Quality and Enrollment Goals, online webcast. link] March 17-18, 2010 The e-Assessment Question 2010, 8 th annual, America Square Conference Centre, London, United Kingdom. Louis, Missouri, USA. ichov, Špindler?v

Mobile Learning: e-learningnext

ID Reflections

Clark Quinn, a thought leader in technology-mediated learning, said in 2000: mLearning is the intersection of mobile computing and elearning: accessible resources wherever you are, strong search capabilities, rich interaction, powerful support for effective learning, and performance-based assessment. Ten years back, Clark Quinn’s statement about mobile learning seemed wishful thinking.

Distributed Educational Systems

Viplav Baxi Meanderings

In the last 25 years, Higher Education enrolments have been growing at a CAGR of 6% with the current tally of 16 mn students expected to be 40 mn by 2020. [2]. We then proceed to hammer out a unifying certification and assessment system that actually drives all learning. In the traditional system, we are used to the concept of courses – a slow evolving, closely bounded collection of resources, with a temporal performance monitoring and assessment mechanism built in. References. [1]        OECD (2011). (Following is a paper I wrote a few months ago. Introduction.

eLearning Topics

Tony Karrer

Year by Topic You can also go the other way to see things like selecting Twitter and you can see that the associated years are: 2009 2020 2008 2020? 2010 2015 2011 2013 You can pretty much do this endlessly. Looking Back So when I go back to Hot Topics in Training , the topics that were hot then and by looking at the associated years I can get a sense that: assessment – not discussed as much now (e.g., I've done a few posts in the past that take a look at the topics that are Hot Topics in Training. have doubts about the validity of these data. Just a thought.