1 Networked Virtual School beyond OER and MOOC Andrzej Żyławski, President of Warsaw School of Computer Science
2 IT School Program activities are part of the strategy and mission of Warsaw School of Computer Science that relates to dissemination of ICT knowledge and competences beyond the traditional academic community using modern ICT
3 IT School massive OPEN online computer science education by Warsaw School of Computer Science Program is addressed primarily to secondary school students and teachers but all other persons who are interested in gaining competencies covered by IT School program also have open and free access to all the resourses
4 IT School MASSIVE open online computer science education by Warsaw School of Computer Science IT School - chosen statistics IT School data 2012/ / / Number of registered Schools Number of registered users Number of registered Coordinators Number of courses performed Number of tests performed Number of competitions' participants Number of page views* Number of unique users* Source: IT School data, Warsaw School of Computer Science and Google analytics data*, as on
5 IT School massive open ONLINE computer science education by Warsaw School of Computer Science Geographical logins to IT School Personalized IT Learning System in Poland according by number of sessions Users of IT School Program logged in to PITLS platform from 619 localizations in Poland and 3444 in the world Source: Google analytics data
6 IT School massive open online COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION - MOOCSE IT School content areas indicated in teachers survey
7 IT School aims The main pedagogical objective of the Program is to increase the level of ICT competences (e-skills) of all secondary schools' students registered in the program. Other aims are: popularize basic knowledge of computer technology to those who are not interested in ICT, encourage and prepare young people to study in the field of Information Technologies and thus facilitate the study of the core courses in Universities, give the teachers tools for individualized learning with ICT talented students Program is also a tool of promoting Warsaw School s of Computer Science brand
8 IT School key layouts Usefulness Partnership Networked learning environment Diversified and high professional level of materials (content) Built into the system interactivity mechanisms Personalization of education Built-in incentive mechanisms (individual and team) Automatization of selected elements of the educational process, management and system analysis (big data)
9 IT School evaluation of chosen key layouts - usefulness Is content offered to the students by IT School Program useful? Answer Number of answers % Definitely yes ,62 Yes ,38 Rather not Definitely not Source: IT School survey, Warsaw School of Computer Science, 2013, number of respondents who answered this question: ,
10 IT School evaluation of chosen key layouts diversified and high professional level of materials Which of the Program resources are most useful for students? IT School chosen content Teachers Students Number of answers % Number of answers % Video lectures ,39 E-scripts ,45 Presentations ,83 Tests ,81 Scientific distance groups ,64 All are useful ,65 Source: IT School survey, Warsaw School of Computer Science, Number of respondents who answered this question: students - 752, teachers 136
11 IT School evaluation of chosen pedagogical effects To what extent the contribution in IT School Program improved the IT competences of students in the opinion of teachers and students? Answer Teachers Students Number of answers % Number of answers % To a very large extent 17 20, ,76 To a large extent 51 60, ,07 Moderate 16 19, ,18 To a very small extant ,65 Not at all ,34 Source: IT School Survey 2014, Number of respondents (teachers) who answered this question: teachers - 84, students 289
12 IT School evaluation of chosen pedagogical effects Below you can find few statements concerning the IT School Program please tick those you agree with Answer Participation in IT School Program develops students responsibility for their own education % and number of answers I agree Hard to say I disagree 69,83% (81) 28,45% (33) 1,72% (2) The possibility to choose the courses encourages students consciousness on their own predispositions and interests 87,93% (102) 12,07% (14) 0,00% (0) The educational resources available at the platform are useful for working with IT talented students The platform delivers educational resources supporting the individualization of education 88,79% (103) 11,21% (13) 0,00% (0) 81,90% (95) 17,24% (20) 0,86% (1) It is possible to notice the growth of interest in technical studies among the students using IT School Program 42,24% (49) 54,31% (63) 3,45% (4) Source: IT School Survey Number of respondents (teachers) who answered this question: 124
13 IT School evaluation of chosen pedagogical effects What benefits can you see from using IT School Platform : Answer % Number Possibility of IMPROVEMENT of my own IT skills and knowledge 70, Possibility of using the knowledge and skills acquired in future work or while studying in university 31,49 91 Access to content customized to my needs and level of knowledge 29,07 84 Possibility of personal learning at home, after school 37, Source: IT School survey, Warsaw School of Computer Science, Number of respondents who answered this question: 289.
14 IT School conclusions IT School is the pioneer event on the Polish educational map IT School met with great interest of the students and teachers. It is the effect of NVS novelty and proper selection of the relevant content and finally the highquality didactic materials used in the project Warsaw School of Computer Science will continue IT School initiative in wider form
15 IT School conclusions IT School Program is an open, massive online educational virtual organization serving precisely identified and constantly evaluated users' needs, established in close cooperation with them. Usefulness, understood as customizing the level, quality and organization of IT School to students and teachers expectations gives the answer to the question why in two and a half years it became the biggest such program in Poland. IT School Program is not obligatory, so usefulness is one of the main values that makes the program so important for the secondary schools students and teachers community in learning process. One of the aims of the research was to underline the differences between OER, MOOC and NVS and prove that NVS is a better model to serve the educational needs. MOOC and OER by nature are presentations of universities' educational potential while NVS is built as a virtual organization which is to serve precisely planned in close cooperation with beneficiaries pedagogical aims.
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