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Putting the NMC/CoSN Horizon Report to Work

Every year, the New Media Consortium (NMC) and the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) publish the K-12 Horizon Report. The report discusses developments, trends and challenges re: educational technology in K-12 schools. This presentation provides an example of how your K-12 school can use the report for professional development.

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Putting the NMC/CoSN Horizon Report to Work

  1. 1. Putting the NMC/CoSN Horizon Report to Work YWIES Yantai PD: April 28, 2017 David Deeds Vinicius Scofield
  2. 2. Putting the Horizon Report to Work 2017 edition will be ready in August, but get your free copy of 2016 edition today: https://www.nmc.org/publication/nmc- cosn-horizon-report-2016-k-12-edition/ Chinese and Korean versions available!
  3. 3. Putting the Horizon Report to Work The download page also has link to the Digital Toolkit (available only in English).
  4. 4. Putting the Horizon Report to Work Limited time today, so we’ll do an abbreviated Toolkit exercise. Later, we can discuss how to use the Toolkit in your department or other PD.
  5. 5. Putting the Horizon Report to Work The New Media Consortium (NMC) is a community of hundreds of leading universities, colleges, museums, and research centers. The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) is the premier professional association for school system technology leaders.
  6. 6. Putting the Horizon Report to Work Educational Technology Developments • Time to adoption: Four to five years • Time to adoption: Two to three years • Time to adoption: One year or less Key Trends Accelerating Tech Adoption • Long-term trends: Five or more years • Mid-term trends: Three to five years • Short-term trends: One to two years
  7. 7. Putting the Horizon Report to Work Challenges Impeding Tech Adoption • Solvable – We understand and know how to solve • Difficult – We understand but will be hard to solve • Wicked – Hard to define, even harder to solve
  8. 8. Putting the Horizon Report to Work Process: Divide into at least Primary and Secondary groups. Maybe later by grade and/or subject. Use the report as a framework for your group’s discussions. Start with the developments, trends or challenges identified by the report. Substitute your own if necessary. Then see if you can reach a consensus on action steps, timelines, etc.
  9. 9. Putting the Horizon Report to Work Process: Maybe you’re going to come up with completely different lists! And/or different timelines. The point is to get you thinking about: • Educational technology in general • How educational technology is going to impact you and especially your students • What you should/must/can do
  10. 10. Putting the Horizon Report to Work Start with the Technology Developments. One year or less: • Makerspaces • Online Learning Two to three years: • Robotics • Virtual Reality Four to five years: • Artificial Intelligence • Wearable Technology
  11. 11. Putting the Horizon Report to Work Next, discuss the Trends. One to two years: • Coding as a Literacy • Students as Creators (vs. Consumers) Three to five years: • Collaborative Learning • Deeper Learning Approaches Five or more years: • Redesigning Learning Spaces • Rethinking How Schools Work
  12. 12. Putting the Horizon Report to Work Then discuss the Challenges. Solvable: • Authentic Learning Experiences • Rethinking the Roles of Teachers Difficult: • Advancing Digital Equity • Scaling Digital Innovations Wicked: • Achievement Gap • Personalizing Learning
  13. 13. Putting the Horizon Report to Work Elect or otherwise choose a spokesperson to summarize your discussions. Remember to consider action steps, timelines, etc., re: different levels: • What you should/must/can do • What your grade or department (or other division) should/must/can do • What the entire school should/must/can do
  14. 14. Putting the Horizon Report to Work Questions/Comments? david.w@ywies.com vinnie.s@ywies.com 谢谢!

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