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Published on November 4, 2008

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Data Structures and Decision Making Jon P. Zurfluh EARCOS EAC 2008

Today’s Overview Data, data, who’s got the data? What is SIF? Context and Realities Overall Challenges Teaching and Learning Framework Discussion Copyright © SIF Association

Data, data, who’s got the data?

What is SIF?

Context and Realities

Overall Challenges

Teaching and Learning Framework

Discussion

Today’s Challenges Copyright © SIF Association

Context and Realities Copyright © SIF Association

Convergence con·ver·gence denotes the approach toward a definite value, as time goes on; or to a definite point, a common view or opinion, or toward a fixed or equilibrium state.

 

 

Online Learning As of the end of 2006 38 states have state-led online programs or policies 25 of these have state-led online programs Growth of students taking online courses 15-20% per year In an online course for grades 9-12, students spend between 50-75% of their time online Role of the online teacher Developing course content and structure Communicating Individualizing learning Assessing, grading and promoting students www.k12.com * NACOL – A National Primer on K-12 Online Learning

As of the end of 2006

38 states have state-led online programs or policies

25 of these have state-led online programs

Growth of students taking online courses 15-20% per year

In an online course for grades 9-12, students spend between 50-75% of their time online

Role of the online teacher

Developing course content and structure

Communicating

Individualizing learning

Assessing, grading and promoting students

www.k12.com

Online Teacher Professional development Student support Role of the online teacher Developing course content and structure Communicating Individualizing learning Assessing, grading and promoting students * NACOL – A National Primer on K-12 Online Learning

Professional development

Student support

Role of the online teacher

Developing course content and structure

Communicating

Individualizing learning

Assessing, grading and promoting students

Major Technology Changes One-to-one computing Greater use of Internet technology in the classroom and a blended model of online learning Schools administrative technology, such as SIS, will increasingly tie to instructional functions There will be an increase in the types of devices that can access the Internet * NACOL – A National Primer on K-12 Online Learning

One-to-one computing

Greater use of Internet technology in the classroom and a blended model of online learning

Schools administrative technology, such as SIS, will increasingly tie to instructional functions

There will be an increase in the types of devices that can access the Internet

NetDay Speak Up 2006 Technology Use for School Work

Technology Use for School Work

NetDay Speak Up 2006 Technology Use Out of School

Technology Use Out of School

How Today’s Students Want to Learn Apply math/science to solve real world problems Visit places where science happens Multimedia and interactive simulations Use equipment and tools Solve math puzzles Talk to scientists and mathematicians Learn math/science that will help me with a job All kinds of technology

Apply math/science to solve real world problems

Visit places where science happens

Multimedia and interactive simulations

Use equipment and tools

Solve math puzzles

Talk to scientists and mathematicians

Learn math/science that will help me with a job

All kinds of technology

Teacher’s Use of Online Resources

Shifting Paradigms Old Paradigm Disparate systems Department silos Instruction for all Closed doors New Paradigm Interoperable applications Collaborative work teams looking at data, curriculum, assessment, IT and educational technology Differentiated instruction based upon assessments and need Partnerships

Old Paradigm

Disparate systems

Department silos

Instruction for all

Closed doors

New Paradigm

Interoperable applications

Collaborative work teams looking at data, curriculum, assessment, IT and educational technology

Differentiated instruction based upon assessments and need

Partnerships

What is Content? Copyright © SIF Association

What is Content and What are the Applications? Learning Management System Learning Object Media Asset Metadata Multimedia Asset Portal Resource Content Management System Content Repository Digital Asset Digital Rights Management Instructional Management System Instructional Resource

Learning Management System

Learning Object

Media Asset

Metadata

Multimedia Asset

Portal

Resource

Content Management System

Content Repository

Digital Asset

Digital Rights Management

Instructional Management System

Instructional Resource

Overall Challenges Copyright © SIF Association

Ms. DiMatteo sits down at her home computer to review her second grade students’ pretest results from the reading diagnostics test she had administered earlier in the day. The diagnostic assessment is given to the students and scoring results on a hand held device. These data, directly linked and generated by the school’s online learning and instructional management system and available via a web browser, quickly allow her to identify those students who need immediate intervention and those who need enrichment.

Ms. DiMatteo sits down at her home computer to review her second grade students’ pretest results from the reading diagnostics test she had administered earlier in the day. The diagnostic assessment is given to the students and scoring results on a hand held device. These data, directly linked and generated by the school’s online learning and instructional management system and available via a web browser, quickly allow her to identify those students who need immediate intervention and those who need enrichment.

She then queries the embedded online expert systems for best instructional strategies to help each of the identified at-risk students overcome their diagnosed reading deficiencies as well as locate appropriate instructional resources from the statewide content repository. These resources have all been peer-reviewed, based upon a solid research base and are aligned to state learning and performance standards.

She then queries the embedded online expert systems for best instructional strategies to help each of the identified at-risk students overcome their diagnosed reading deficiencies as well as locate appropriate instructional resources from the statewide content repository. These resources have all been peer-reviewed, based upon a solid research base and are aligned to state learning and performance standards.

Ms. DiMatteo then posts appropriate information to students’ parents, via an automatic notification system, along with recommendations and digital resources they can use at home to help their students. She then uses some digital content that she found and assigns them for students, based upon their individual needs, to work on the next day in class.

Ms. DiMatteo then posts appropriate information to students’ parents, via an automatic notification system, along with recommendations and digital resources they can use at home to help their students. She then uses some digital content that she found and assigns them for students, based upon their individual needs, to work on the next day in class.

Overall Challenges Learning Standards Determining commonalities Providing common definitions Content portability vs. content interoperability Various applications Data analysis and decision support

Learning Standards

Determining commonalities

Providing common definitions

Content portability vs. content interoperability

Various applications

Data analysis and decision support

Assessment Challenges Cromey, 2000

Teaching and Learning Framework Copyright © SIF Association

 

Personalized Learning – Current Objects Academic Content and Skill Standards LearningStandardDoc LearningStandardItem - ** Content Resources and Tools LearningResource LearningResourcePackage Metadata – EducationFilter ** Curriculum Planning CurriculumStructure Lesson Planning Lesson - ** Instructional Delivery Activity Assignment Teacher Workspace and Portfolio EmployeeRecertification Student Workspace Activity Assignment Assessments Assessment ** AssessmentAdministration AssessmentForm AssessmentItem (2.2) Assessment Package Assessments AssessmentRegistration AssessmentSubtest StudentResponseSet StudentScoreSet Gradebook MarkValueInfo MarkInfo SectionMarkInfo StudentSectionMark GradingCategory GradingAssignment GradingAssignmentScore StudentPeriodAttendance OfficialStudentPeriodAttendance Professional Development ActivityProvider ProfessionalDevelopmentActivities EmployeeCredentials EmployeeCredit EmployeeRecertification ProfessionalDevelopmentProgram ProfessionalDevelopmentRegistration (2.2)

Academic Content and Skill Standards

LearningStandardDoc

LearningStandardItem - **

Content Resources and Tools

LearningResource

LearningResourcePackage

Metadata – EducationFilter **

Curriculum Planning

CurriculumStructure

Lesson Planning

Lesson - **

Instructional Delivery

Activity

Assignment

Teacher Workspace and Portfolio

EmployeeRecertification

Student Workspace

Activity

Assignment

Assessments

Assessment **

AssessmentAdministration

AssessmentForm

AssessmentItem (2.2)

Assessment Package

Assessments

AssessmentRegistration

AssessmentSubtest

StudentResponseSet

StudentScoreSet

Gradebook

MarkValueInfo

MarkInfo

SectionMarkInfo

StudentSectionMark

GradingCategory

GradingAssignment

GradingAssignmentScore

StudentPeriodAttendance

OfficialStudentPeriodAttendance

Professional Development

ActivityProvider

ProfessionalDevelopmentActivities

EmployeeCredentials

EmployeeCredit

EmployeeRecertification

ProfessionalDevelopmentProgram

ProfessionalDevelopmentRegistration (2.2)

Example: SCORM Interoperability Conformant content will work with every conformant LMS . Being SCORM conformant does not affect the instructional content Sharable Content Object Sharable Content Object Reference Model ( SCORM ) is a collection of standards and specifications for web-based e-learning. It defines communications between client side content and a host system called the run-time environment (commonly a function of a learning management system).

SCORM Example Sharable Content Composition Each course uses the same module on the writing process, because the content is sharable and reusable English III Chinese II Impact of Policy Decisions in WWII Government Compare/ Contrast Cultures Sharable Content Object The Writing Process

Community of Practice Adaptations AICC SCORM 1 – Reference Model Multi-part Type 3 Technical Report 2 – Profiles 3 - De Jure Standards Korea SCORM “ Core” SCORM Community of Practice Adaptations SIFA SCORM Med SCORM DoD SCORM Sequencing New, Innovative Specifications For example … book book book

Learning and Performance Standards Repository One single repository of authoritative learning and performance standards Educational Cooperative (EARCOS?) Collaborative work Eliminates the duplication of repositories

One single repository of authoritative learning and performance standards

Educational Cooperative (EARCOS?)

Collaborative work

Eliminates the duplication of repositories

What is SIF? Copyright © SIF Association

What is SIF? Not a product, but a technical blueprint for PK-12 software that will enable diverse applications to interact and share data seamlessly Designed for pK-12 technology providers and educators in an open, platform independent neutral standard way Manages data within the pK-12 environment Enables diverse applications to interact/share data – allowing best-of-breed Works cross-platform, over a Web-based interface Allows automated reporting Copyright © SIF Association

Not a product, but a technical blueprint for PK-12 software that will enable diverse applications to interact and share data seamlessly

Designed for pK-12 technology providers and educators in an open, platform independent neutral standard way

Manages data within the pK-12 environment

Enables diverse applications to interact/share data – allowing best-of-breed

Works cross-platform, over a Web-based interface

Allows automated reporting

SIS Network Accounts Cafeteria Library Transportation Challenge – Schools Traditional Setup ? ? ? ? ? Instructional Applications

Horizontal Questions Data Warehousing Food Service Grade Book HR / Finance Library SIS Transportation Instructional Services Voice Telephony Accountability, Reporting, Planning, etc… K12 Data Model

Components Working Together Horizontal Interoperability Network Account H.R. & Finance Data Analysis & Reporting Instructional Services Library Automation Student Information Services Grade Book Food Services Zone Integration Server (ZIS) SIF Agents Applications SIF Data Objects “ SIF Zone”

Zone Integration Server (ZIS)

SIF Agents

Applications

SIF Data Objects

 

What are Dashboards?

 

…refers to technologies, applications and practices for the collection, integration, analysis, and presentation of information and sometimes to the information itself. The purpose of business intelligence--a term that dates at least to 1958--is to support better decision making. Thus, BI is also described as a decision support system (DSS). Business intelligence ( BI )

…refers to technologies, applications and practices for the collection, integration, analysis, and presentation of information and sometimes to the information itself. The purpose of business intelligence--a term that dates at least to 1958--is to support better decision making. Thus, BI is also described as a decision support system (DSS).

What’s behind the Dashboard? Transactional (time slice -or- snapshot ) SIF oriented Highly granular More is better

Transactional (time slice -or- snapshot )

SIF oriented

Highly granular

More is better

 

http://live.idashboards.com/president2008/?guestuser=pres2008

Needs Copyright © SIF Association

Needs What are your greatest challenges around digital content? What are your greatest data needs? In a “perfect” world, what would a classroom look like in regards to educational technology applications? In a “perfect” world, how would an office function in regards to school data?

What are your greatest challenges around digital content?

What are your greatest data needs?

In a “perfect” world, what would a classroom look like in regards to educational technology applications?

In a “perfect” world, how would an office function in regards to school data?

A revolutionary new paradigm that seamlessly integrates standards-based open infrastructure with an enterprise-wide, knowledge-driven learning environment to produce a scalable, yet granular, cross-platform educational solution, delivering individualized learning experiences. This outside-of-the-box approach, when implemented as a one-stop knowledge portal, enables the classroom to gain an unbeatable competitive advantage in raising student achievment. This best-in-breed, standards-based differentiated enhancement is the most impactful bottom-line boosting platform for leveraging strategic classroom experiences and mission-critical knowledge assets in the world-class educational institutions. -Adapted from William Horton Paradigm Shift Needed

A revolutionary new paradigm that seamlessly integrates standards-based open infrastructure with an enterprise-wide, knowledge-driven learning environment to produce a scalable, yet granular, cross-platform educational solution, delivering individualized learning experiences. This outside-of-the-box approach, when implemented as a one-stop knowledge portal, enables the classroom to gain an unbeatable competitive advantage in raising student achievment. This best-in-breed, standards-based differentiated enhancement is the most impactful bottom-line boosting platform for leveraging strategic classroom experiences and mission-critical knowledge assets in the world-class educational institutions.

-Adapted from William Horton

References Cromey, A. (2000) Using Student Assessment Data: What Can We Learn From Schools?, NCREL Policy Issues, 6 . Decision Support National Center for Education Statistic (2006), “Public Elementary and Secondary Students, Staff, Schools, and School Districts: School Year 2003–04”. Retrieved April 2006: http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2006/2006307.pdf

Cromey, A. (2000) Using Student Assessment Data: What Can We Learn From Schools?, NCREL Policy Issues, 6 .

Decision Support National Center for Education Statistic (2006), “Public Elementary and Secondary Students, Staff, Schools, and School Districts: School Year 2003–04”. Retrieved April 2006: http://nces.ed.gov/pubs2006/2006307.pdf

Contact Information Jon P. Zurfluh Head of School Shanghai Community International School [email_address] [email_address] http:// www.techtied.net/

Jon P. Zurfluh

Head of School

Shanghai Community International School

[email_address]

[email_address]

http:// www.techtied.net/

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