Increasing e-Skills Among the Younger Generation

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Increasing e-Skills Among the
Younger Generation
Cisco Networking Academy
Carlos Brazao
ManagingDirector, Public Sector, Europe, Middle East, Africaand Russia
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A Lifelong Learning Journey
Living in a Social Network
A World of Free Content
Pervasive Technology
Power of Informal Learning
Learning is Changing
New World of Research
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A global information and communications technology (ICT) education program
Teaches students how to design, build, troubleshoot, and secure
computer networks
Provides increased access to career and economic opportunities in
communities around the world
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Together We Make a Difference
GovernmentNonprofits
BusinessEducation
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Global Yet Locally Relevant

Same quality curricula and resources
offered worldwide

Delivered locally for relevance,
multiple languages
Globally
Consistent,
Locally
Relevant

Secondary and post-secondary schools,
colleges, universities, vocational schools,
community organizations, prisons, and
second chance programs
Diverse
Educational
Institutions

Diverse age, gender, and challenging
circumstances

In both mature and developing countries

Diverse cultures, socioeconomics
Diverse
Students and
Communities
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INSTRUCTORS WORLDWIDE
20,000 +
LANGUAGES
19
STUDENTS WORLDWIDE
4 Million +
COUNTRIES WORLDWIDE
165+
ACADEMIES WORLDWIDE
10,000 +
ONLINE EXAMS TAKEN
100 Million +
Networking Academy Impact Since 1997
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1%
7
7%
70
17%
169
2%
23
7%
70
5%
44
19%
190
7%
72
17%
168
17%
166
% of Global Total
Source: AME, jzinn_v2, Snapshot as of January 31, 2011
100%
# of Students in thousands
1,000
% of Worldwide Total as of January 31, 2011
5%
19%
2%
7%
17%
17%
U.S. and Canada
Europe
Latin America
Central and Eastern Europe
Russia and CIS
7%
7%
Middle East
Africa
Greater China
APAC
1%
Japan
17%
Students by Region (1,000,000 Students)
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Currently 1 Million Students Worldwide
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Passport21to
Entrepreneurship
provides
entrepreneurship
education through
a series of case
studies, and Cisco
Packet Tracer
activities that
expose students to
critical business
and financial skills
The Cisco
Aspire game
integrates virtual
worlds, levels,
competition, and
scoring into the
curriculum to help
students learn
while they are
having fun
By connecting and
collaborating with
others using
Facebook, Twitter,
and Academy
NetSpace, students
continue learning
outside of the
classroom
Highly interactive
online curricula
engage students
and enhance
learning, and state-
of-the-art online
assessments
provide immediate,
interactive feedback
on students’
strengths and
weaknesses
Cisco Packet
Tracer provides a
simulation-based
learning
environment that
supplements
physical
equipment with
virtual networks,
and helps
students develop
critical 21st
century skills
Entrepreneurial
Skills
Gaming
in Education
Social Media as
a Learning Tool
Curricula and
Assessments
Simulation-Based
Learning
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Courses Align with Globally Recognized Certifications
CompTIA
A+
CCNA
CCENT
CCNA
CCNA
Security
CCNP
CCNA
Discovery
CCNA
Exploration
CCNP
CCNA
Security
IT
Essentials
Student Networking Knowledge and Skills
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Exposes Students to Entrepreneurship
Opportunities in Networking and
Broadband Scenarios
Optional Learning Materials to
Supplement Networking Academy
Curricula and Help Students Prepare
for 21st Century Careers
Teaches Critical Business and Financial
Skills, Attitudes, and Behaviors to Help
Students Succeed in the 21st Century
Seven Case Studies
•Charging for Expertise
•Starting an Internet Café
•Making a Business Successful
•Taking the Initiative
•Enable an eBusiness
•Providing Outsource Services
•Building a Contracting Business
Cisco Packet Tracer
Simulation Activities
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HowYou
Learn
21st Century
Skills
HowYou
Think
Entrepreneurial
Skills
Mindset
Innovative Thinking
Personal and Social
Responsibility
Business
Management
Collaboration
Community
Communication
Problem-Solving
Initiative-Taking
WhatYou
Learn
Technology
Skills
Networking
Security
Wireless
Basic Computing
Configuration
Thank you.
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Students Gain Critical Skills

Technical

Business

21st century soft skills
Helps Students Prepare for •
Entry-level careers

Industry-recognized certifications

Entrepreneurship

Further education
Cisco leverages its expertise in
ICTand networking to develop
courses delivered through
global partnerships
Students attend courses at local
educational institutions in 165
countries around the world
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•Learning Business Skills
•Multiple levels, multiple paths
•Multiple contract choices
•Simulated time and economy
•Money management
•Problem injector
•Skills proficiency indicator
•Networking simulation
BETA
Simulation-Based Game for Experiential Learning
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Students Solve Business Problems
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Online courses and assessments
complement traditional classroom instruction
Social networking supports
collaborative learning environments
Digital portfolios reflect range
of student and faculty work
Innovative technologies enable
professors to teach in new ways
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Collaborate on
Multiuser Activities
Simulation, Visualization, and Collaboration Software
Visualize Network
Traffic
Simulate IOS
Commands
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Optional learning materials to
supplement Networking Academy
curricula and help students prepare for
21st century careers
Teaches critical business and financial
skills, attitudes, and behaviors to help
students succeed in the 21st century.
Exposes students to entrepreneurship
opportunities in networking and
broadband scenarios.
Seven Case Studies
•Charging for Expertise
•Starting an Internet Café
•Making a Business Successful
•Taking the Initiative
•Enable an eBusiness
•Providing Outsource Services
•Building a Contracting Business
Packet Tracer Simulation Activities
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Single player, locally run application

Four game levels, each with multiple contracts

Four main venues in which networking contracts are
fulfilled:
Internet Café, State Office Building, Library, Hospital

Additional venues such as store, bank, home, and
learning center in which players interact
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SkillsGame Scenario Examples
Decision MakingRefurbished vs. new equipment
Social ResponsibilityFire at local food bank … donate money, time,
or do nothing
EthicsOver shipment of equipment … return, keep it or
make a deal with supplier to purchase at lower cost
Financial ManagementTake out loans to pay bills, buy equipment without
contract
Profits: spend, give raise, donate to local business
incubator
Customer RelationsAngry customers calling because helper tracked
mud over customer’s carpet
Game Pedagogy
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Select a business strategy based
on specific objectives

Choose products and services to
offer to customers

Define target market and choose
different types of advertising
media

Select an Internet service provider
based on requirements

Make budgeting decisions based
on social criteria

Start a business

Manage business resources such
as inventory and cash flow

Identify application layer protocols
that enable user applications

Cable an ethernet network consisting
of a Linksys device, PCs, hubs, and
printers

Secure a wireless network using a
Linksys device and Windows clients

Troubleshoot wireless client
configuration and basic wireless
security

Connect Cisco switches and routers
in a single router, multiple network
configuration

Troubleshoot Layer 2 problems
Game Pedagogy