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School on the Cloud Project Update 2015

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Presentation at second School on the Cloud summit

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School on the Cloud Project Update 2015

  1. 1. Education on the Cloud Second Summit, Palermo, Italy, October 31 2015 Overview and Progress Karl Donert, Director: Innovative Learning Network Ltd. Director: European Centre of Excellence: digital-earth.eu kdonert@yahoo.com
  2. 2. Presentation Aims • provide an account of some activities of the European School on the Cloud network (http://www.schoolonthecloud.eu/) • review the ‘State of the art” publication • to focus on some issues related to the project, for network members
  3. 3. School on the Cloud Network http://www.schoolonthecloud.eu @schoolon_cloud https://www.facebook.com/SchoolOntheCloud Linkedin group schooloncloud-7426807
  4. 4. School on the Cloud http://www.schoolonthecloud.eu Network of 57 partners: 21 universities, teacher training 9 NGOs, 8 schools, SMEs, research institutes, adult education and VET providers, a European professional association, a library
  5. 5. School On The Cloud Project Aims SoC considers answers to three key questions: • What is the impact of the Cloud on education stakeholders? (policy, teaching practices, and facilitating individualized learning processes) • How should education respond to the potential of the Cloud? • What might the situation be like in the future?
  6. 6. Impact of the Cloud
  7. 7. Impact of the Cloud
  8. 8. SoC: Four Working Groups WG 1 Lead/manage the Cloud: transition WG 2 i(nnovative) Teacher WG 3 Learner focus: personalisation WG 4 Future scenarios for education?
  9. 9. Transition to the Cloud (leadership and management)
  10. 10. Transition to the Cloud (leadership and management)
  11. 11. Managing and leading http://tinyurl.com/kr4rzcq
  12. 12. Skill needs of staff
  13. 13. iTeachers: Getting Smart? What does it mean to be an iTeacher? (innovative teacher)
  14. 14. iTeachers: Getting Smart? What does it mean to be an iTeacher? (innovative teacher)
  15. 15. Learning & teaching http://edu.symbaloo.com/mix/iteacher
  16. 16. Tools for iTeachers, iLearners http://tinyurl.com/nha2fv7
  17. 17. iLearner(s) in the Cloud Independent learners How does the role of learning and the actions of learners change? If at all….
  18. 18. Dealing with the Future
  19. 19. • As experts in the field …. • What do you (your organisation) want from the Cloud in the future? • Try to write down ONE thing • Share it on http://tinyurl.com/socfuture Future Perspectives
  20. 20. Future Perspectives http://tinyurl.com/socfuture
  21. 21. School On The Cloud Project Workflow
  22. 22. School On The Cloud Project Workflow
  23. 23. School On The Cloud Project Tasks • Research the “state-of-the-art” • Establish methods and means for network members to share their findings and expertise • Produce a series of core publications on the exploitation of Cloud in different educational contexts • Develop guidance resources • Disseminate outputs within and beyond the confines of the network, and • Establish links with other European-wide or nation- wide initiatives.
  24. 24. Project Tasks
  25. 25. Project Tasks
  26. 26. State of the art survey Cloud Policy And Action • Huge variation between countries – from digital and Cloud Strategies, to Public Cloud developments, to nothing Promoting the Cloud in Education • Many actors – from national and regional government to private companies and NGOs
  27. 27. State of the art survey Using the Cloud • Lots of isolated initiatives • Some national and regional developments eg N. Ireland, Italy, Romania • Some countries lagging a long way behind Other information • Many research groups, publications • Higher education is very active • Lots of events about education and the Cloud
  28. 28. Cloud computing promises to: • improve the efficiency of education organizations • optimize the technology-enhanced learning experiences in an affordable way • EU Policy perspectives • Case Studies Education on the Cloud 2015: State of the Art
  29. 29. Education on the Cloud 2015: State of the Art • European policy has a focus on economic development and sustained growth in Europe • Cloud Computing can be a key driver for innovation and transformation • Measures to develop and widely implement innovation must be encouraged • Capability to exploit should be developed
  30. 30. DG CONNECT: European Cloud Computing Strategy
  31. 31. ETSI: Cloud Standards Coordination The Cloud Select Industry Group on Service Level Agreements Development of model 'safe and fair' contract terms and conditions The Cloud Select Industry Group on Certification Schemes The Cloud Select Industry Group on Code of Conduct Establishing a European Cloud Partnership http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/cloud-computing-strategy-working-groups Digital Agenda: European Cloud Computing Strategy
  32. 32. https://www.enisa.europa.eu/events/enisa-events/cloud-security-conference- reaching-the-cloud-era-in-the-eu ENISA: European Cloud Computing Strategy
  33. 33. European Cloud Computing Strategy • ”Unleashing the Potential of Cloud Computing in Europe” • outlines actions to deliver a net gain of 2.5 million new European jobs, and an annual boost of €160 billion to the European Union GDP (around 1%), by 2020 • designed to speed up and increase the use of Cloud Computing across all economic sectors
  34. 34. European Cloud Computing Strategy • ”Unleashing the Potential of Cloud Computing in Europe” • outlines actions to deliver a net gain of 2.5 million new European jobs, and an annual boost of €160 billion to the European Union GDP (around 1%), by 2020 • designed to speed up and increase the use of Cloud Computing across all economic sectors
  35. 35. CloudWatchHUB http://www.cloudwatchhub.eu
  36. 36. CloudWatchHUB http://www.cloudwatchhub.eu
  37. 37. CloudWatchHUB http://www.cloudwatchhub.eu
  38. 38. DG Education & Culture
  39. 39. • 59 examples of Cloud Computing developments • tested, piloted, implemented in education around Europe • vary from national assessments and reviews, to public and private sector developments. • advantages and benefits of Cloud Computing are illustrated as potential barriers are overcome Education on the Cloud 2015: State of the Art
  40. 40. • National e-learning platform http://www.scoilnet.ie Scoilnet – portal for Ireland
  41. 41. E-Books digi4school http://www.bmfj.gv.at/ministerin/Aktuelles/Themen/PK-EBooks.html
  42. 42. • School district Cloud, Unna • Sustainable infrastructure • 21 schools, 10,000 students http://www.unit21.de/medientag-unit21/ Unit.schule.21
  43. 43. Managing integrated Cloud technologies • 50,000 active Cloud accounts to assist students with tasks from virtually anywhere • 5 devices enabled for each of 20,000 students http://www.unwe.bg/en/
  44. 44. • Institutional e-learning platform • participatory approach to content creation and distribution https://eclass.aegean.gr/) Open eclass
  45. 45. Cooperative learning 2.0 http://www.teacherdesignteams.be/ added value of cloud computing in cooperative learning
  46. 46. VivaCognita • knowledge sharing and knowledge building virtual community platform http://vivacognita.org/
  47. 47. Living Schools Lab • whole-school approach to ICT • highly innovative pedagogical practices • rethink learning and teaching strategies • network of living schools http://tinyurl.com/o6kvxvp
  48. 48. Learning with, or despite computers • pedagogical concept ‘LED-leren’ (LED learning) LED stands for • ‘Levensecht’ (lifelike), • ‘Eigentijds’ (contemporary) • ‘Duurzaam’ (sustainable)
  49. 49. Alphabets of Europe • multilingual awareness • creative language learning • kindergarden • digital books and activities http://www.alphaeu.org/
  50. 50. • learning design tool, graphical personalisation • conceptual and flow models http://cadmosld.com CADMOS LD: personalised learning
  51. 51. • Erasmus+ project, school staff mobility • integrate ICT and CLIL into pedagogical vision http://glocaleducationfor2010.blogspot.it/ Glocal Education for 2020
  52. 52. • experimental - augmented reality, handwriting and speech recognition, motion detection • applies Embodied & Situated Cognition theory • psycho-pedagogical practices http://infanziadigitales.altervista.org Inf@nzia Digi.tales 3.6
  53. 53. • created by a school Special Education Department in cooperation with their library and Deaf Unit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9oFxX_5XSQ Learn Portuguese Sign Language App
  54. 54. • Competition on Open Discovery Space • 370 schools, 37 countries http://portal.opendiscoveryspace.eu Eratosthenes experiment
  55. 55. • app designed and developed for the American Museum of Spain http://www.mecd.gob.es/museodeamerica/espacio- interactivo/Tanto-que-disfrutar-jugando---/RACMA.html RACMA: Augmented Reality
  56. 56. • local, regional, national and international • funded projects to support experimentation and development • private sector developments • innovative products (entrepreneurs) and mobile access to information Education on the Cloud 2015: State of the Art
  57. 57. • Cloud Computing is being used as a delivery method for IT services • wide range of customised solutions and individual / collective actions • piecemeal rather than coordinated • some teachers and learners are enjoying education benefits Education on the Cloud 2015: State of the Art
  58. 58. Newsletter
  59. 59. Visions
  60. 60. Visions
  61. 61. Visions
  62. 62. Visions
  63. 63. Visions
  64. 64. Some conclusions (Panoutsopoulos et al, 2015) • Paradigm shift (fundamental change in methods of delivering education) (Koutsopoulos & Kotsanis, 2014) • Vision = Cloud-based learner-centred approach • Link use of services and tools to individual learners – specified by instructional strategies • Exploit powerful services like video-on-demand and simulations (Gonzalez-Martinez et al., 2015) Gonzalez-Martinez J.A. et al, 2015. Cloud computing and education: A state-of-the-art survey. In Computers & Education, Vol. 80, pp 131-152. Koutsopoulos, K. and Kotsanis, Y., 2014. School on the Cloud: Towards a Paradigm Shift. In Themes in Science & Technology Education, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp 47-62
  65. 65. • Facilitate inquiry-based learning in social contexts (Denton, 2012) • Share, access data for anytime anyplace learning (Abrams, 2012) • Quality learning experiences (Silva & Donert, 2015) • Teachers create, edit, share innovative learning scenarios, with the use of media-rich content Abrams, N.M., 2012. Combining Cloud Networks and Course Management Systems for Enhanced Analysis in Teaching Laboratories. In Journal of Chemical Education, Vol. 89, No. 4, pp 482-486 Denton, D.W., 2012. Enhancing instruction through constructivism, cooperative learning, and cloud computing. In TechTrends, Vol. 56, No. 4, pp 34-41 Silva, D. and Donert, K., 2015. Communicating Geography Through the Cloud. In GI_Forum ‒ Journal for Applied Geoinformatics, Vol. 1, pp 315-319 Some conclusions (Panoutsopoulos et al, 2015)
  66. 66. • School on the Cloud network formed to explore how education should respond Learn from: • available Cloud technologies • existing Cloud-based educational initiatives • network expertise and experiences To provide guidance and support to stakeholders Some conclusions (Panoutsopoulos et al, 2015) Panousopoulos H, Donert, K., Papoutsis, P, Kotsanis I. 2015. Education on the Cloud: Researching Student-Centred, Cloud-based Learning Prospects in the context of a European Network, Proc. CELDA 2015, http://tinyurl.com/nghy5ay
  67. 67. • Seeking links with other research initiatives • Stimulation of further projects, such as: (i) evaluate future education scenarios on the Cloud (ii) design, application, and evaluation of context- specific Cloud-based educational solutions that span across all levels of education, and (iii) develop and test Cloud-based services and tools able to cater for special educational needs Future Perspectives (Panoutsopoulos et al, 2015) Panousopoulos H, Donert, K., Papoutsis, P, Kotsanis I. 2015. Education on the Cloud: Researching Student-Centred, Cloud-based Learning Prospects in the context of a European Network, Proc. CELDA 2015, http://tinyurl.com/nghy5ay
  68. 68. School on the Cloud 2015 17-18 November 2015 for the Third School on the Cloud Summit, Brussels, Belgium • More later this meeting and on the Web site, newsletter and through LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter http://www.schoolonthecloud.eu
  69. 69. More answers than questions!
  70. 70. Karl Donert www.innovativelearning.co.uk kdonert@yahoo.com @karldonert

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