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Education Industry in 2020

angelicshan ang

on 16 March 2013

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Objectives Ang Hui Shan (31652543)
Daeng Rizam Bin Sapar (31689887)
Lin Yong Hua (31712323)
Muhammad Farhan Bin Rahmat (31689878) HELLO
GOOD MORNING! To meet the needs of students in 2020
To foster student’s critical thinking skills and their desire to become life long learners
To develop an open culture for learning
To equip students with high level of knowledge and skills Virtual Reality GENERAL
PESTLE Political

Less censorship of information and media
Youths are more politically aware
More women participation in politics Economic

Higher cost of living due to inflation
Increase in income tax rates to support the aging population
More Free Trade Agreements for ASEAN
Stabilised oil prices due to alternative energy sources Social

Increasingly aging population
Low fertility rate and smaller household size
Focuses more on the quantity of life
Wider gap between high and low income workers
Youths losing cultural identity and values
Change in ethnic composition in Singapore with more mixture of nationalities Technology

Integrative technology that enables all-round device connectivity
More people working from home
More machinery to achieve higher productivity
Wider use of cashless payment
Preference for e-shopping will reduce retail space Ecology

Reduce in the use plastic bags and increase in recycled bags
Scarce supply of raw materials
Energy savings building using solar panels, light bulbs, recycled items and roof gardens
Less dependent on Malaysia for water due to increase production of Newater
Companies are more environmental consciousness and integrate the beliefs in the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Legal

Better enforcement of Intellectual property law
Implementation of Equal Employment Opportunities (EEO)
Better employment laws with the implementation of minimum wage, increase in retirement age and increase in maternity and paternity leave INDUSTRY
PESTLE Knowledge Workers Worker #1:
Principal Worker #2:
Administrative Staff Worker #3:
Teacher Worker #4:
IT Personnel Need to Know:

Teachers are learners
Knowledge in the use of technological means for realizing educational goals
Teachers need professional development Need to Do:

Allows students and teachers to exchange information and ideas freely
Invest in teacher learning
Connect professional development to school learning goals Need to Provide:

Provide opportunities for teachers to work, plan and think together
Promote professional development
Offer a vision of learning and support collaborative change Need to Know:

How to use word processing.
How to use the Internet.
How to use e-mail.
The status of technology on their campus.
Which teachers are -- and are not -- using technology. Need to Do:

Support the technology coordinator.
Reward teachers using technology.
Encourage teachers who are not using technology.
Visit classrooms to see computer use.
Take an active role in using technology. Need to Provide:

Opportunities for staff development.
Sufficient up-to-date, workable computer equipment.
Funds for computer improvements.
Time and resources for troubleshooting programs and future planning.
Internet access. Need to Know:

How to use ms office
How to use the Internet.
How to use e-mail.
How to demonstrate the effective use of technology
How to create their own webpage. Need to Know:

How to configure, install and maintain the network hardware and software
How to create and maintain a system for backing up data and program files
How to keep an inventory of equipment, computers, software license
How to manage school’s hardware and software Conclusion References
Need to Do:

Provide project resources and store student projects for download.
Report student grades to parent online or via email
Use technology to conduct lesson
Shares information with parents using their own webpage
Post homework assignments online Need to Provide

Provides internet based activities
Student accessibility to basic word processing and presentation programs
Positive environment for learning
Need to Do:

Handle computer hardware and software from administrator and teachers
Maintain and repair computer
Encourage and promote technology use in classroom
Assist teachers to develop lessons and ideas into integrated technology lessons
Ensure integrity of the network by continually updating network system security Need to Provide:

Desktop support, technology training and secure and reliable technology solution
Students with the needed communication platforms and IT
Supports the distribution of knowledge in the classroom and in an online environment 1.Dove, Laurie L. How Professional Development for Teachers Works. http://money.howstuffworks.com/business/professional-development/professional-development-for-teachers.htm (accessed June 14, 2012).

2.Parrales, Michael. IT Department Role in 21st Century Education. October 13, 2011. http://www.technologyintegrationineducation.com/profiles/blogs/it-department-role-in-21st-century-education (accessed June 15, 2012).

3.RED, Scholastic. The Role of the Principal. http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/article/role-principal (accessed June 14, 2012).

4.Starr, Linda. Encouraging Teacher Technology Use. March 31, 2012. http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/tech159.shtml (accessed June 15, 2012).

5.—. The Administrator's Role in Technology Integration. September 23, 2009. http://www.educationworld.com/a_tech/tech087.shtml (accessed June 15, 2012).

6.Teaching in the 21st Century: The Need For Change.
http://www.southerntioga.org/21stcentury.htm (accessed June 16, 2012).

7.the Best School Systems Invest in Teachers. http://asiasociety.org/education/learning-world/how-best-school-systems-invest-teachers (accessed June 16, 2012). 8.Educause. The Future of Learning Environments. 2010. http://youtu.be/NtPVGn04sDk (accessed June 11, 2012).

9.Green, H, and C Hannon. Thier Space: Education for a digital generation. 2007. http://www.demos.co.uk/files/Their%20space%20-%20web.pdf (accessed June 18, 2012).

10.Microsoft. Microsoft Vision of the Classroom of the Future . 2011. http://youtu.be/aJu6GvA7jN8 (accessed June 11, 2012).

11.Nudialogue. Dialogue by Nucraft - Learning Spaces/Classroom of the Future Concept. 2011. http://youtu.be/diH-bHm3ntQ (accessed June 11, 2012).

12.Tinker, R, and Q Xie. Applying Computational Science to Education. US, 2008. References Political Students are getting involved in politics (E.g. Young PAP members)
Women participation is on the rise
Government to work closely with the school on what is to be taught in the school Economy Economy will be unstable which will attract more people to be teachers
Global financial regulations but teachers salary will not be affected
Income tax to be increased Social Less % of population in school-going age
Change in ethnic composition with the influx of different nationalities
Less emphasis on ethnic culture, more on nation building
More environmentally aware Technological Energy efficient buildings
All-round device connectivity
Reliance on technology for teaching and learning (E.g Cloud Computing ) Legal Increase in retirement age for teachers
Implementation of laws to protect the teachers and students from cyber space abuse
Implementation of laws to ensure every child finishes at least O’level Ecology Extinction of existing and discovery of new species.
Increase demand for energy saving.
Increased emphasis on safety drills for natural disasters. General Characteristics Strong communication skills
Able to handle complexity The inevitable changes should not be seen as an obstacle for progress but as an opportunity to stay ahead of competition.

Understand the need to change and what changes are needed.

General characteristics will allow schools to prepare their students.
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