A transformative education initiative starts from a vision of student success where goals—and an understanding of how information communications technology (ICT) can help schools achieve those goals—drive change. From improving student achievement and bridging equity divides, to increasing student engagement and aligning skills with workforce needs, these goals are the beginning of global transformation.
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Successful educational technology initiatives require ongoing, long-term efforts aimed at new goals, new approaches, and new ways of thinking about challenges and opportunities across the school system. This embodies what scholars characterize as second-order change—the type of substantive change that drives deep impact.
Modern learning can no longer be about a one-size-fits-all system but about personalizing learning approaches. This requires a very different learning environment, a very different kind of work organization, and a very, very different caliber of teachers.
Andreas Schleicher, Deputy Director for Education and Skills, Special Advisor on Education Policy to the Secretary-General, Organization for Economic Development and Opportunity (OECD)
Andreas Schleicher is an education visionary, researcher, and statistician who chairs the OECD Program for International Student Assessment.
Intel powers second-order change for educational technology initiatives through its own education transformation model that holistically encompasses leadership, policy, professional development, curriculum and assessment, ICT, sustainable resourcing, and research and evaluation.
Grounded in research, Intel’s Education Transformation Model provides evidence-based insights, best practices, and practical strategies to advance the vision of education transformation. By using this model, you can address the practicalities of deep, large-scale, long-term change with ICT to realize student success.
Lead stakeholders toward a common vision using a flexible yet detailed educational technology plan that spans the transformation model.
Establish a policy framework to support educational technology while maintaining security and privacy.
Empower teachers to modify their teaching practices and use ICT to significantly improve learning outcomes.
Reflect next-generation learning objectives with the use of technology to improve teaching and learning.
Use ICT to improve learning with devices that support curriculum and assessments, while upgrading your IT infrastructure to manage security and data privacy.
Ensure that ongoing resources can support all aspects of your education transformation.
Develop a framework for evaluating your program’s effectiveness and create a cycle of continuous improvement.
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