By CENTRE FOR EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH AND INNOVATION
Know-how is a key motive force of academic innovation, and quite a few programes targeting funding in infrastructure, apparatus, in-service education and electronic studying assets were proven to advertise its utilization in basic and secondary colleges. to this point, little comparative analytical realization has been dedicated to realizing how electronic assets enhance the standard of studying and to assessing the general public guidelines that help their improvement and use, and the function performed through different stakeholders like publishers, broadcasting businesses and more and more consumer groups. This e-book goals to fill that hole through either reviewing and comparing the method of systemic innovation. Drawing on case reports from 5 Nordic nations, the file assembles info at the wisdom bases and coverage actors which effect every one section of this innovation procedure and the most components which effect its good fortune together with governance, financing and person involvement.Table of content material :Executive precis bankruptcy 1. Introduction-BackgroundMethodologyThe constitution of the reportReferencesChapter 2. Systemic Innovation and ICT in education-The notion of electronic studying assets similar components of study defining the idea that of innovation-The dimensions of innovation-The innovation method features of guidelines on ICT in education-Conclusions-References bankruptcy three. ICT coverage within the Nordic Countries-The Nordic context-The profile of ICT guidelines within the Nordic countries-Conclusions-ReferencesChapter four. Government-Initiated suggestions within the Nordic Countries-Initiation and implementation of nationwide portals-Implementation and scale-up of nationwide academic portalsMonitoring and overview of nationwide portals-The innovation technique of different governmental initiatives-Conclusions-ReferencesChapter five. Innovation Initiated through advertisement Actors-Innovations by way of academic publishers-Educational broadcaster-Drivers and limitations to non-public region innovations-ConclusionsChapter 6. Bottom-Up Innovations-Initiation of user-generated innovations-Scale-up of user-generated innovationsKnowledge base, tracking and evaluation-Conclusions-ReferencesChapter 7. Conclusions and Recommendations-Conclusions-Policy recommendations-ReferencesChapter eight. constructing the data Base on DLRs-The examine agenda.-Benchmarking using DLRs-Objectives of the conceptual frameworkDefinition of the conceptual framework
Read Online or Download Beyond Textbooks: Digital Learning Resources as Systemic Innovation in the Nordic Countries PDF
Similar administration books
A management e-book that takes up the place many others go away off via explicitly defining the criteria or components of management that specify what occurs while management happens.
Historians of faith and public education frequently specialise in clash and Bible Wars, pitting Catholics and Protestants opposed to each other in palpitating narratives of the embattled improvement of yank public education. The struggle That Wasn't tells a distinct tale, arguing that during nineteenth-century big apple kingdom a civil approach of democratic, neighborhood regulate ended in alterations and compromises way over discord and sour clash.
Advertising and marketing one hundred and one: How clever faculties Get and maintain group aid is a compact, useful instruction manual created to lead educators within the software of selling concepts that get effects. for a few years, advertising has been carried out in class settings with a fragmented, piecemeal approach—only to have disappointing and occasionally dear effects.
Brainwashed is the explosive exposé of the leftist time table at paintings in modern schools, printed through firebrand Ben Shapiro, a up to date UCLA gratudate, syndicated columnist, and one in every of state-of-the-art most enjoyable new conservative voices, who is been at the entrance traces of the conflict for America's younger minds. This ebook proves as soon as and for all that so-called better schooling maintains to sink decrease and reduce into the depths of liberal insanity as close-minded professors flip their scholars into socialists, atheists, race-baiters, and sex-crazed narcissists.
- The Culture of Education Policy
- Instructional Media and Technologies for Learning (7th Edition)
- Leading and Managing People in Education (Education Leadership for Social Justice)
- Digital Games and Learning
Extra info for Beyond Textbooks: Digital Learning Resources as Systemic Innovation in the Nordic Countries
Open Educational Resources a topical phenomenon is the emergence of open educational resources (oer) in higher education (oecd, 2007). higher education is facing a number of challenges: globalization, an aging society, growing competition between higher educational institutions both nationally and internationally, and rapid technological development. oer is itself one of these challenges, but may also be a sound strategy for individual institutions to meet them. The trend towards sharing software programmes (open source software) and research outcomes (open access publishing) is already so strong that it is generally thought of as a movement.
An innovation must not be a routine change. • an innovation must produce measurable benefits. • an innovation must be public in its effect. But as already noted, the criterion that an innovation must bring about improvements might be too strong, since it might be impossible to know or at least present evidence of this progress. also the last two criteria would limit the range of possible phenomena to be studied. in a literature review on innovation in education oecd (2009) conclude that the extent to which something is new to a given social context is crucial to identify innovation.
One further dissimilarity is that visual presentations in digital format can be made not only as still pictures but also as short video sequences or animations with or without sound. sometimes the learning resource can be made into a representation of the subject matter, like a business or a farm. a digital learning resource is both an artefact and a semiotic tool with a bigger potential than traditional textbooks. one further difference is that most textbooks have been developed within the framework of the public school system with its specific traditions and rules regarding what kind of goals students should reach.