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Majority World Christian Leadership Development and Disruptive Innovation

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This workshop was presented by Andrew Sears with ProMeta in Colorado Springs and William Carey International University. The focus was on how we need a new system for Christian education based around the needs of the majority world. You can also find slides on SlideShare.

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Majority World Christian Leadership Development and Disruptive Innovation

  1. 1. Majority World Christian Leadership Development and Disruptive Innovation Friday, June 23, 2017 Dr. Andrew Sears President, City Vision University www.cityvision.edu andrew@cityvision.edu https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewsears Slideshare: https://goo.gl/8cuVXa
  2. 2. The Need 1: Rapid Growth of Higher Education Globally 100 Million Students in 2000 263 Million Students in 2025 (84% of growth in the developing world) Sources Karaim, R. (2011). Expanding higher education: should every country have a world-class university. CQ Global Researcher, 5(22), 525–572. Lutz, W., & KC, S. K. (2013). Demography and Human Development: Education and Population Projections. UNDP-HDRO Occasional Papers, (2013/04). Retrieved from http://hdr.undp.org/sites/default/files/hdro_1304_lutz_kc.pdf 137 Million New Students in Developing Countries by 2025 4.9 billion middle class globally by 2030
  3. 3. The Need 2: The Rise of Non-Western Christianity
  4. 4. - 200,000,000 400,000,000 600,000,000 800,000,000 1,000,000,000 1,200,000,000 1,400,000,000 1,600,000,000 1,800,000,000 2,000,000,000 1800 1900 1970 2000 2007 2025 Christian Membership by Region West South Status of Global Mission 2014, Todd Johnson http://www.gordonconwell.edu/resources/documents/statusofglobalmission.pdf
  5. 5. 1900 1970 2000 2007 2025 South 21% 59% 86% 91% 99% West 79% 41% 14% 9% 1% 21% 59% 86% 91% 99% 79% 41% 14% 9% 1% 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% 120% Growth of Christianity by Region Status of Global Mission 2014, Todd Johnson http://www.gordonconwell.edu/resources/documents/statusofglobalmission.pdf
  6. 6. Is Education More Secular or Christian Globally? Perry L. Glanzer, "Dispersing the Light: The Status of Christian Higher Education around the Globe," Christian Scholar's Review 43 (2013): 321-43. Status of Global Mission 2014, Todd Johnson http://www.gordonconwell.edu/resources/documents/statusofglobalmission.pdf It depends on how you frame the question
  7. 7. The Majority of Christian Education is Alternative Education ACCREDITED EDUCATION NONTRADITIONAL, BUT ACCREDITABLE EDUCATION (GROWING DRAMATICALLY) Bible Colleges Christian Liberal Arts Colleges Christian Universities Seminaries Bible Institutes Ministry Experience Professional Experience Alternative Education Courses Bible Studies Sermons Educational Discipleship Programs Christian Radio, TV, Websites, Books & Apps Small Groups NONTRADITIONAL, NON- ACCREDITABLE EDUCATION PRIMARILY PARACHURCH PRIMARILY CHURCH Correspondence & Continuing Ed Conferences
  8. 8. We can’t repeat the mistakes of the past by expecting the majority world to wear the “suits” of Western accreditation, but there still must be appropriate standards and signals needed. Source: Wikipedia Article on Assimilation of Native Americans Higher Education vs. Tertiary Education vs. Vocational Education
  9. 9. Industry Map: Supporting a Healthy Christian Tertiary Educational Ecosystem ACCREDITED HIGHER EDUCATION NONTRADITIONAL, BUT ACCREDITABLE EDUCATION MOOCs & Open Ed Udemy, Coursera, EdX, Futurelearn, Open2study, Open University, Udemy, Khan Academy, Duolingo Alison, YouTube, iTunesU, Open Learn, OLI Christian Mega Universities Liberty, Grand Canyon Christian Universities CCCU, IAPCHE, Overseas Council Paid Courseware Pearson, Mcgraw-Hill, Lynda.com, Skillshare, Pluralsight, Dream Degree Acrobatiq, Cengage, CogBooks, Flat World Bible Colleges ABHE Schools, ICETE, ATS Online Christian Universities CCCU, TRACS, DEAC, IAPCHE, ICHE Alternative Credit Providers Straighterline, Saylor, Ed4Online EdX, JumpCourse, Pearson, Sofia UC Irvine Extension, Modern States Christian Free & Open Courses ThirdMill.org, ChristianUniversity.org, Harvestime.org, Global University Global Reach, Aqueductproject.org Open Biola, Covenant Seminary, Regent Luxvera, Christian Leaders Institute, TransformingtheChurch OpenSeminary.com, BiblicalTraining.org, Coram Deo, Multiply Movement, Truthfortheworld.org Commercial Christian Courseware Right Now Media, Lumerit, Logos Mobile Ed, Zondervan, BibleMesh.com, Ligonier Connect Bible Institutes 10’s of thousands globally Open Textbooks saylor.org/books, openstax.org, courses.candelalearning.com/catalog/lumen collegeopentextbooks.org, textbookequity.org open.umn.edu/opentextbooks/ Missions/Ministry Training i.e. YWAM U Nations Vocational Qualification Providers >50% of global market, 10’s of thousands of Training Centers Ministry & Professional Experience Prior Learning Assessment Christian Continuing Education Insight.org, Lifepointemedia.com, Lifeway.com, Livingontheedge.org, Precept.org, Sampsonresources.com, Sampson.ed.com, Walkthru.org, Answersingenesis.org, Bsfinternational.org, Christiancounselingceu.com Secular Partners Seminaries ATS TERTIARYEDUCATION Home School College Credit veritycollegeeducation.org, creditsbeforecollege.com Unaccredited Ordination Training Berean School, Lamp Seminary Church & Ministry Micro-Campuses Southeastern, Northwest, Kings University, Kirkland, Beulah Heights, CaCHE, Virtues Campus, Foundation University Secular Micro-campuses Kepler, Minerva, Coursera Learning Hubs, edX U.Lab, Khan Lab School, Bridge International Academies
  10. 10. Dead Capital $9.3 trillion 400 million in India with No Identification Undocumented Alternative Education Trillions of $ of lost value? Why Now? Technology Is Enabling Centralized Record Keeping Needed to Document Alternative Education
  11. 11. Why Now? What’s driving this opportunity? 1. Rise of the global South ◦ Need new educational system and structures designed around the needs of the majority world 2. Increase in bi-vocational pastors globally ◦ Increased importance of government recognition of education credentials in second vocation 3. Growth of accreditation systems for vocational qualifications ◦ Growth in globally transferable priced affordably for the masses in the majority world ◦ 150 countries around the world now have national qualifications frameworks or NQFs 4. Growth of unbundled education and accreditation ◦ Growth of MOOCs, mobile apps and open education ◦ Increased opportunity for combining national education and transnational education into globally recognized credentials ◦ See my Clayton Christensen Institute article (Part 1, Part 2) & accreditation reform bibliography Source: http://www.universityworldnews.com/article.php?story=20170328000916417
  12. 12. 10 million+ students at $1,000/student Radically Affordable Mobile Education The Need for Disruptive Innovation Traditional Christian Higher Education (A few million students At $10,000/student) 10 x More Users 1/10th Cost Radically Affordable Blended Education 100 million+ students at $50/student
  13. 13. Unbundling & Rebundling Strategy Getting Indigenous Theological Education to work with Accreditation YWAM UofN Courses Open Education Industry Certifications MOOCs & Apps Top-Up Degrees (City Vision, etc) University Courses Books & Paid Courseware 1.Christian Courseware Internships & Missions Trips Alternative Ed Providers YWAM UofN Campuses (Microcampuses/Study Centers) Vocational Qualifications (GC4) 4. Uncredentialed Local Coaches 3. Christian Worldview Program Designers • Course market becomes more like book and software markets to reduce costs & improve quality • Christian courses become more modular and less interdependent where possible • University becomes system integrator of content and tech platforms. 2. Credentialed Online Faculty Ordination Vertically Integrated University Virtually Integrated University Transformation is a core competency of Missions Agencies Horizontally Integrated Rebundled University Unbundled Christian Programs Faculty role is unbundled into 4 specialized positions Access to Opportunity (branding, licensing & quality assurance) Transformative Experience (primarily affective) Metacognition & Skills (psychomotor & high-level cognitive) Knowledge & Content (low-level cognitive) PartnershipsDEGREE
  14. 14. Global Christian College Credit Consortium (GC4) Path to a $5,000 degree Level 3 Freshman Level 4 Sophomore $3,500 $100 + partner tuition $100 + partner tuition $100 + partner tuition City Vision DEAC US Accredited University GC4 (in TechMission) as Qualifi Qualification Ofqual UK Accredited University Degree (1 year) Level 5 Junior www.globalchristiancollege.org
  15. 15. Summary of Key Requirements for GC4 Accreditation 1. Requires centralized system for transcript information ◦ Preferred to have a centralized system for all grading & assessments unless controls are in place to standardized quality of assessments ◦ Modules need to be mapped into standards for credit hours 2. Instructors doing grading need to have completed the program they are teaching or have a Bachelor’s or above ◦ In locations without credentialed faculty can use online grading ◦ Need to provide letter validating prior learning for faculty
  16. 16. Program is pending accreditation review. Only $2,400 for majority world students who transfer in 18 credits
  17. 17. Biola x Education Lay the foundation in skills and Christian worldview you need to become a transformative teacher. X Trinity Education Social Entrepreneurship Learn how to transform the world through social enterprises based in a Christian worldview. City Vision x Business Administration Get real-world experience from a biblical perspective to succeed as a Christian in business. ORUx Ministry & Leadership Learn to lead others in transforming lives in Jesus name and the power of the Holy Spirit. Third Millennium Old Testament Survey Accredited Through GC4 Accredited Through GC4 ChristianUniversity.org Church Leadership Free, Accredited Through GC4 Free Biola x Christian Worldview $40 BibleMesh Greek $40 Proof of Concept Mockup for Higher Education Committee of Imagination Summit on Global Christian Higher Education
  18. 18. Mobile Vision: Accredited Mobile Courses to Millions Courses Global Christian College Credit Consortium (GC4) The Bible App Quality Mobile Courses + Accreditation +
  19. 19. www.cheia.org
  20. 20. Appendix Aqueduct Project Presentation
  21. 21. Policy Recommendations for Majority World Accreditation 1. Revise Faculty Requirements for Accreditation. Only require that faculty have the same level of education that they are teaching (not one level above). “See one. Do one. Teach one.” ◦ ABHE, ICETE 2. Government Recognized Transnational Accreditation. Develop an international network of radically affordable accredited vocational education institutions that can delegate their accreditation to institutions within other countries and top up degree universities. ◦ GC4, TOPIC 3. Majority world pricing models. Provide accreditation pricing on a per student basis with minimal up front cost to accommodate capital-poor institutions. ◦ ABHE, ICETE, GC4, TOPIC 4. Indigenous Leadership Development. Develop radically affordable accredited programs to train majority world leaders in online and blended education. ◦ BGU, City Vision, Overseas Council 5. Christian MOOCs & Courseware. Develop accredited global courseware platforms for online and blended education translated and culturally contextualized for the majority world. ◦ Imagination Summit 6. Democratize Instruction. Use online/remote faculty and courseware to enable wider base of local coaches/tutors with limited training to teach and contextualize (as is widely done with Christian small group curriculum with DVDs and RightNowMedia.com-Netflix of small groups) ◦ BGU, City Vision, Overseas Council 7. Articulation Agreement Consortium. Develop a Christian consortium to enable articulation agreements to happen on a many-to-many basis rather than one-to-one (possibly with tiers). Similar to CASE. ◦ ABHE, ICETE building an interface of standards to groups like TOPIC
  22. 22. Unbundled Christian Educational Ecosystem Accredited Degree Pathways Any Accredited Institution Accepting Alternative Credit: City Vision, Secular (Thomas Edison, Excelsior), etc. Alternative Credit MechanismsGC4, ICHE, GlobalAccreditation.com, ACE Credit, Vocational Qualifications, Standardized Tests, PLA, Articulation Agreements See: Christenson Institute Articles (part 1, part 2) Church & Ministry Micro-campuses & Study CentersUnaccredited Christian Models: CaCHE, Virtues Campus, Foundation University Accredited Christian Models: Southeastern, Northwest, Kings University, Kirkland, Beulah Heights, etc. Other Faith Based Models: Jesuit Worldwide Learning, LDS Pathway Secular Models: Kepler, Minerva, Coursara Learning Hubs, edX U.Lab, Khan Lab School, Bridge International, African Virtual University, Knod, African Leadership University, One University, and Akilah Institute. Courseware & DistributionChristian Free: ThirdMill.org, ChristianUniversity.org, Harvestime.org, BiblicalTraining.org, Open Biola, Aqueductproject.org, TransformingTheChurch.org, Covenant Seminary, Regent Luxvera, Christian Leaders Institute, Global Reach, Coram Deo, Truthfortheworld, Open Church Christian For Fee/Commercial: BibleMesh.com, Right Now Media, Lumerit, Logos Mobile Ed, Zondervan, Ligonier Connect “Secular” Courseware: Udemy, Coursera, EdX, Futurelearn, Open2study, Open University, Udemy, Khan Academy, Duolingo, Alison, Open Learn, OLI, Lynda Digital Distribution: Apps, Web/LMS, MOOC platform, Bible App, YouTube, iTunes, digital devices, print, church & ministry partnerships, corporate partnerships Delivery Method: offline-only, blended, online-only, mobile-only Bible Schools Christian Liberal Arts Colleges Christian Universities Seminaries Bundled Traditional Consultants/System Integrators/Solution Providers: Nonprofit (CaCHE); Commercial: (BibleMesh.com, Lumerit) Students (2016): 5 million Projected Annual Growth: -5% to +5% Non-Credit Students (2016): 1 million For Credit Students (2016): 10,000 Projected Annual Growth: 50% to 1,000% Dominant Business Model: For Fee Services (need seed funding) $50/yr to $5,000/yr Dominant Business Models: Freemium or Donor- Based Products What we can influence
  23. 23. What is the Global Christian College Credit Consortium (GC4)  Global Christian College Credit Consortium (GC4) is work area of CHIEA to provide course level accreditation to ministry schools ◦ We are doing this under Qualifi, which offers accreditation under the vocational frameworks structure of Ofqual in the UK. Level 3, 4 & 5 certificates/diplomas may be recognized in many commonwealth countries, and are considered accredited for transfer credit evaluation. ◦ May also develop multilateral alliance of Christian articulation agreements similar to CASE ◦ GC4 legally resides as a program of the Christian nonprofit TechMission ◦ Have initial approvals, but still in pilot stage  www.globalchristiancollege.org Theoretical Framework: Video, my Clayton Christensen Institute blog post (Part 1, Part 2)
  24. 24. New Models of Transnational Education US Accredited Degree Final Year as Online or Blended Learning • Online Faculty UK Vocational Accreditation for First 3 Years • Online Faculty (as needed) Indigenously Led Education in Unaccredited Local Institution • Local Coaches & Grading Faculty Radically Affordable US University Degree Recognized by National Government & Local Institutions