Ten Trends — 2017

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Cultural

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Technology

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The Cloud

Where we once considered the size of a computer’s hard drive on which our programs and data could be stored a critical part of any purchase decision, those things are increasingly delivered from “the Cloud”. arrow_forward

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Blockchain

By allowing digital information to be distributed but not copied, blockchain technology is creating the backbone of a new type of internet. arrow_forward

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Structural

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Communities of Learning | Kāhui Ako

Communities of Learning | Kāhui Ako represent a new structural way of thinking about the New Zealand education system, placing the learner at the centre of design decisions, and connecting all the settings that make up their educational pathway. arrow_forward

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Economic

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Automation

Automation of repetitive or routine tasks has increased since the industrial revolution. This includes a potential growth in human-machine interfaces that can provide much more personalised, accurate, and timely responses than a teacher with a class of 20 plus learners. arrow_forward

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STEM

There’s currently a surge of interest in programmes targeting Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM), focusing on educators and others looking at where the jobs are right now and into the future. arrow_forward

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Process

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Collaboration

As we move well into the 21st century, collaboration is widely embraced across all areas of our system, from what happens within classrooms between students, to what happens within schools among staff, to what happens between schools and other agencies. arrow_forward

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Data Science

Data science is about large data sets, and it is also about data and information from lots of settings. We need to know how we can benefit from data science, while at the same time being aware of how it impacts on our behaviour. arrow_forward