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21st Century Global Trends in Education

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Global trends in education that apply at the elementary, secondary, tertiary and adult education levels in many countries across the globe. This was a Spotlight Session hosted by the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration in September, 2010.

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21st Century Global Trends in Education

  1. 1. 21st Century Global Trends in EducationSarah Elaine Eaton, Ph.D.
  2. 2. Acknowledgements Thank you to Tonia Carriger and the team at CILC.
  3. 3. Based on this previousresearch...Find links to the full-textpaper at:
  4. 4. Introduction • Today’s classroom is vastly different from that of the 20th century. • Meta-analysis of current research. • Identification and analysis of emerging trends.
  5. 5. Assumptions• Different value systems around the world.• Change occurs at different rates.• Some trends are local, others are global.
  6. 6. Global Trend #1Technology use and integrationTechnology will not only enhance education,it will drive learning of all kinds.
  7. 7. Global Trend #2 Expansion of Mobile TechnologyTechnology willbecome increasinglymobile, meaning thatopportunities forlearning will - andalready do - existeverywhere, all thetime.
  8. 8. Global Trend #3 Asset-based approaches to evaluation• Portfolios - Classroom scale• Benchmarks - Regional and national scale• Frameworks - International scale
  9. 9. Global Trend #4 Increased creativity• Knowledge will be created and co-created, not simply “imparted” by teachers.• “The sage on the stage” phenomenon is disappearing.
  10. 10. Global Trend #5Global approaches Shared interests, curiosity and a hunger for learning are driving us to reach beyond our own borders.
  11. 11. Global Trend #6 Global mobility Teachers and students are experiencing more of the world, more often, starting from a younger age.
  12. 12. Global Trend #7 “Borderless” education The barrier of geographyReach out. is being transcended byGo global. technology, creativity and a desire to “go global”.
  13. 13. Tips for the 21st Century Educator• Make learning make sense in today’s world.• Embrace and integrate technology.• Reward creativity.• Incorporate asset-based evaluation.• Advocate for a global approach.
  14. 14. Wrap up• Evaluation.• Thank you gift for you. Twitter: DrSarahEaton
  15. 15. Contact•• Twitter: DrSarahEaton• LinkedIn: Sarah Elaine Eaton
  16. 16. CitationHere’s how to cite this work in your ownresearch. You can add a link to this website toindicate where you found the research.Eaton, S.E. (8 September 2010). “Twenty-FirstCentury Global Trends in Education” presentedat the Center for Interactive Collaboration andLearning.