Innovation and transforming education for a sustainable world

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Keynote at I Conferência Internacional de Inovação Tecnológica em Saúde,21 - 23 August 2017, Natal, Brazil. Video here: https://www.facebook.com/LAIS.HUOL/videos/1418008181588370/ After setting the scene, including risks and sustainability discussed, Brazil is benchmarked by using official analyses and indicators. The need and field for innovation is discussed, in particular related to the learning process. Brazil, a land of hope and innovation. Introduction ICDE The learners Innovation, why ? Risks, change, the globe and the SDGs Brazil Brazil, state of play, change and challenges Brazil, the future Innovate and transform Online, open, flexible, and technology enhanced learning – transforming education Innovation in the learning process What next?
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  • 1. Innovation and transforming education for a sustainable world 1st International conference of Technological Innovation Health 21-23 August 2017, Natal, Brazil Gard Titlestad, Secretary General International Council for Open and Distance Education Member of the Governing Board
  • 2. Outline • Setting the scene – Introduction – ICDE – The learners – Innovation, why ? – Risks, change, the globe and the SDGs • Brazil – Brazil, state of play, change and challenges – Brazil, the future • Innovate and transform – Online, open, flexible, and technology enhanced learning – transforming education – Innovation in the learning process – What next?
  • 3. Latest findings: Redesigning Classrooms (e-classrooms) Makes a Difference! Why? The Chronicle of higher education 29 June 2017
  • 4. Open, Transparent, Accountable and focus on Good Governance Support From Norway 29 years UNESCO Partner >50 years SINCE 1938 To be the global facilitator for inclusive, flexible, quality learning and teaching in the digital age. ICDE
  • 5. To be the global facilitator for inclusive, flexible, quality learning and teaching in the digital age. ICDE membership 170 institutional members – all world regions 15 international associations 9 networks/national associations 50 individual members 163 doctoral students
  • 6. • Awareness, advocacy, analysis related to digital, flexible and open • Quality initiatives – Global quality network – Partner with UNESCO for Quality in Higher Education – Global Doctoral Consortium – Map models for online, open and technology enhanced education • Knowledge sharing, networking – clustering – Learning analytics cluster, task force and working group – Collaborative online international learning COIL – Blended learning • OER and open initiatives – ICDE OER Chairs, advocacy and actions for OER – Global Open Library? Connecting OER repositories • North-South-South – ePortifolio implemented and validated in Africa South of Sahara • Events, conferences and webinars ICDE actions You are welcome to join!
  • 7. ICDE International Conference Lifelong Learning, Lillehammer February 11. – 13. 2019 1.Emerging Pedagogies and Designs for Online Learning 2.Expanding Access, Openness and Flexibility 3.Changing Models of Assessment 4.New Delivery Tools and Resources for Learning 5.Re-designed Institutional Business Models Next stop Toronto! 600+ SUBMISSIONS TO THE CALL FOR PROPOSALS – 900+ AUTHORS – 56 COUNTRIES!
  • 8. The Learners
  • 9. Play Retire Learn Job Play Learn Job The new pradigm of lifelong learning
  • 10. Informal/non-formal RAPID AND DIVERSE EXPANSION OF HIGHER EDUCATION ENROLMENT 100 mill 200 mill 2000 2015 2030 435 mill Only possible facilitated by technology and flexible learning
  • 11. An innovation is the implementation of a new or significantly improved product (good or service), or process, a new marketing method, or a new organisational method in business practices, workplace organisation or external relations.
  • 12. Innovation – why? To scale up for affordable access to higher education Quality, personalised, adaptive, competency based and challenge based learning For new skills
  • 13. Prof. Dae Joon Hwang, Sungkyunkwan University, Seoul, Korea, djwang@skku.edu UNESCO IITE Governing Board Member, Moscow The 2017 Dujiangyan International Forum: Ensuring the Quality of Education and Lifelong Learning through ICT, 13-14 July2017, Chengdu, China Technology Transformation for Pedagogy Innovation What is our ultimate goal?
  • 14. Risk trends
  • 15. The Big Change
  • 16. The Fourth Industrial Revolution Add now: Artificial intelligence, cognitive technologies and robotics Neurotechnologies Ubiquitous presence of linked sensors New computing technologies Virtual and augmented realities
  • 17. As the MOOCsMassiv Online and Open Courses floodedhigher education 5 years ago Now it is AI Artificial Intelligence
  • 18. 2014
  • 19. 2017
  • 20. 2017 Why Education Is the Hardest Sector of the Economy to Automate 10 Roles For Artificial Intelligence In Education IBM Watson Artificial intelligence will transform universities. Here’s how WEF Newsweek The Entire Internet Only Matched the Capacity of the Human Brain in 2010 AI keynotes
  • 21. Build awareness and insight Establish relevant courses and educational offerings to build competencies Take part in the debate on the future directions and ethics
  • 22. • On 25 September 2015, the United Nations General Assembly formally adopted the universal, integrated and transformative 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, along with a set of 17 Sustainable Development Goals and 169 associated targets.
  • 23. Education influencing all 17 SDGs
  • 24. Main principles • Education is a fundamental human right and an enabling right. • Education is a public good, of which the state is the duty bearer. • Gender equality is inextricably linked to the right to education for all.
  • 25. Target 3, point 43.: A well-established, properly- regulated tertiary education system supported by technology, Open Educational Resources (OERs) and distance education modalities can increase access, equity, quality and relevance, and narrow the gap between what is taught at tertiary education institutions and what economies and societies demand. The provision of tertiary education should be progressively free, in line with existing international agreements.
  • 26. Where are we now? One year after………..
  • 27. http://gem-report-2016.unesco.org/en/home/
  • 28. World is not set to achieve key global education commitments until 2084. PROJECTIONS FOR EDUCATION 2030 2030 2042 2059 2084 Universal primary completion Universal Upper secondary completion Universal Lower secondary completion YEAR Education 2030 deadline Education 2030 deadline 2042 2059 2084 YEAR Global average Universal primary completion Universal Upper secondary completion Universal Lower secondary completion 2015 SDGs adopted 20872051 2062 Southern Asia After 21002080 2089 Sub-Saharan Africa
  • 29. BrazilState of play and challenges
  • 30. Ranking
  • 31. Brazil
  • 32. Brazil and the current big change
  • 33. The future
  • 34. Innovate and transform p e o p l e People
  • 35. will not be met unless stakeholders, drawing on humanistic values, collaborate to lead the digital transformation of higher education - making online, open, flexible, and technology enhanced learning a part of the solution. May 2017
  • 36. An example from the US: State of play
  • 37. The Chronicle of higher education July 2017
  • 38. Students’ preferred learning environments Faculty´s environments EDUCAUSE ECAR October 2016 Campus Technology July 2017
  • 39. EDUCAUSE ECAR October 2016
  • 40. http://www.nmc.org/publication/nmc-horizon-report-2017-higher-education-edition/ To support innovation
  • 41. Innovation in the learning process
  • 42. Learning activities & resources Organising Pedagogical approach Learning outcome Assessment Content Target group Didactical model From: Quality in Online teaching – Flexible education Norway 2017
  • 43. Webinar Get known Theory video Self paced Learning blog Webinar Towards final assessment Crowdsourcing Gather resources Group task Case Learning objectives Learning outcome Test Peer assessment Comments on the blog Repete Q & A Co-writing Immediate feedback Oral presentation Written feedback Learning process Feedback - assessment From: Quality in Online teaching – Flexible education Norway 2017
  • 44. ICT infrastructure – high capacity networks Education providers basicinfrastructure, LMS, SIS Institution wide applications e-assessment, learning analytics Applications for interactions, creativity, collaboration and motivation Student support Teacher support Content and devices Facilitating innovative pedagogy
  • 45. What is next?
  • 46. • Woman in virtual glasses 75 Now what? Thanks to Martin Bean, RMIT, Australia
  • 47. Thanks to Belinda Tynan, RMIT, Australia
  • 48. Innovation for: • Affordable access to job relevant, quality higher education. • People led digital transformation of higher education for the sustainable future we want. • Transformation of education for SDG 4: “Ensure inclusive and quality education for all and promote lifelong learning.”
  • 49. Brazil, the land of hope and innovation
  • 50. ”TOWARDS INCLUSIVE AND EQUITABLE QUALITY EDUCATION AND LIFELONG LEARNING FOR ALL” Sustainable Development Goal 4: Education 2030 THANK YOU! titlestad@icde.org www.icde.org
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