Future of Education<br />Distance education trends<br />Education and uses of social media<br />Post Secondary<br />Curriculum<br />Globalization<br />Positives, Negatives<br />Classroom in Future<br />
Future Education<br />Social media plays an important role in the future education<br />Along with advanced technologies, education restriction by time and location were no longer exist<br />Distance learning and asynchronous learning were become more popular<br />
Trends<br />More courses, degrees, and universities are available for distance-education<br />The distinction between distance and local education is disappearing<br />The percentage of adult, female, and minority learners is increasing<br />Distance Education<br />
Huge Growth in Social Mediahttp://www.isprouts.com/2009/04/huge-growth-in-social-media-marketing-predicted-by-forrester<br />
<ul><li>Types of social media will widely use in education </li></ul>http://kevinmcintosh.com/social-media-marketing/different-types-of-social-media<br /><ul><li> Social networking – Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, LinkedIn, Ning
Lower cost or free text book download –Flat world; Learn out loud</li></ul>Social Media in Education<br />
Top 10 Learning Tools<br />http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/recommended/index.html<br />
Future of Education<br /><ul><li>Canadians in all regions are uncertain the impact of change in education next ten years
46% Canadians believe changes are necessary. However a remainder is split between 21 and 27%
Canadians have a high level of satisfaction of school system across nation. They feel that there could be improvement</li></li></ul><li>Post Secondary<br /><ul><li>In 2006, report released was called challenges for post secondary sector
This revealed challenges for Post secondary were beyond financial resources
participation in politics</li></li></ul><li>Cont’d<br /><ul><li>Recently the situation has improved in South Africa
Number of children in school have risen 599-681 million
In Latin America and Caribbean have achieved universal education
Literacy rates remain high</li></li></ul><li>Delivery of lecture using chalk and blackboard.<br />Researches based upon published materials. E.g. newspaper article, research paper, books, etc.<br />Formation of group for combine studies.<br />Education focused more on theory, less practical. <br />Needed extensive time to do researches.<br />Growing trend of education for better future.<br />Computers and internet as new invention.<br />Past Education Trend<br />
Delivery of lectures on powerpoints; less use of whiteboards.<br />Internet used for sharing lectures and materials. <br />Less time on research. E.g. Wikipedia as a digital library <br />Effective use of new innovation(laptops for PowerPoint, sound system for audio delivery, etc.)<br />Social medias like msn, facebook, myspace used for forming educational groups.<br />Availability of online course ultimately reducing time.<br />Colleges are famous for providing practical education.<br />Current Education<br />
There will be increase in online courses.(Deutsch, 2004)<br />Teachers will deliver soft skills rather than academic/technical expertise. (Deutsch, 2004)<br />All future courses might have internship and co-op.<br />Computer courses might be a compulsory course in high school.<br />Courses might be 80 % practical and 20% theory .<br />Social medias like YouTube, blogging, FaceBook, etc. might be alternate way for delivering lectures.<br />Both teachers and students would work on new technologies.<br />Future Education Trends<br />
Smart phone applications according to the subject that will be taught<br />Windows 7, Microsoft Words and new innovations to save time<br />Hi-tech sound system, LCDs screen in a big lecture room to give comfort in education<br />Reference to Cyberspace as researches<br />Blogging and social media used as showing knowledge<br />Web seminars in order to strengthen communication<br />Touch screen innovation to feel comfortable towards getting education<br />Technologies On Education<br />
Saves time.<br />Students would get enough subjective materials.<br />Students will have quick adaptability on any working situation.<br />Education will be focused upon practical world.<br />Digital library will be interestingly filled up with videos, podcasts, research papers, etc. than traditional library.<br />There will be choice over extensive educational courses and fields.<br /> Quality manpower would be produced in a long run.<br />Positives<br />
Student might get lower grades as online materials can be edited by anyone. E.g. Wikipedia’s content.<br />Online exams are based on open book. <br />Parents might not like their children sitting on their laptops or PC everyday. <br />Facebook, MySpace, etc. might distract student from subject materials.<br />Student might lack discipline because parents when busy rely on school to make their children disciplined. (Carter, 1999) <br />Student’s will loose interest on reading real books, newspaper, etc. in a long run.<br />Negatives<br />
Keeping in touch with each students will be stressful to teacher<br />Guiding parents on behalf of their children’s online performance is hard.<br />Moving forward to latest technology will be expensive.<br />Learner’s might not get enough materials from teacher.<br />Teacher might not know what their student’s like.<br />It might be hard for an international student from Third World Countries in North America to adapt into modern computing learning.<br />Challenges<br />
Colleges/universities will provide options for classroom or online course depending on the course.<br />Classroom would be equipped with computers, comfortable chairs and table as in Sheridan. <br />Classroom will focus on new innovations, hands-on-experiments so students will gain experience for future jobs.<br />Online courses might be fully online or might be combination of class and online.<br />If a class is missed by a student, materials will be posted on institutional website.<br />Future Classroom<br />
Dirk Van Damme (2008, December 9) OECD/CERI/France Conference www.oecd.org/dataoecd/46/22/41889307.ppt<br />Martin Carnoy (2005) OSI Education Conference: Globalization, educational trends and the open society : http://www.soros.org/initiatives/esp/articles_publications/articles/globalization_20060217/carnoy_english.pdf<br />Scott L, Howell, Peter B. Williams & Nathan K. Lindsay (n. d.) :Thirty-two Trends Affecting Distance Education: An Informed Foundation for Strategic Planning http://www.westga.edu/~distance/ojdla/fall63/howell63.html<br />Video Conferencing in K-12 Education ( n. d.) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yuJ8A74hH-s<br />Mobile learning (iPhone) (2008, Nov 11) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w7bsOdbhZWI<br />Bibiliography<br />
<ul><li>Sarah Robbins(n. d.): Educause08: Social Media and Education http://www.slideshare.net/intellagirl/educause08-social-media-and-education-presentation
ShaiReshef (2009, July 26): In the Future, the Cost of Education Will Be Zero. http://www.futureofeducation.com/profiles/blogs/mashablecom-in-the-future-the?xg_source=activity
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