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IITE Approach

3 April 2012

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Using ICTs in
Teaching Intercultural

Dialogue and Cultural
Diversity

©Andrew Lewis
design

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Cultural diversity is as
necessary for humankind as
biodiversity is for nature


UNESCO Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity, Article 1

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Added Value of ICT Use in Fostering
Cultural Diversity


ICTs
facilitate

ICTs

Guarantee inclusion &
equal access to
education

Ensure diversity of
content

Improve media &
information literacy

Bridge digital divide

Promotion of
indigenous knowledge

Implementation of
intercultural education
in school curricula

Acquisition of
professional & social
competencies

Intercultural dialogue

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IITE Approach

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Consequently, in its activities IITE seeks to:




Fulfill its global mandate by covering max number of UNESCO Member States
(56 states in 2010
-
2011)
, strengthening their cooperation in the field of education and
promoting fruitful intercultural dialogue



Facilitate equal access to education for all



Introduce ICTs in pedagogy, training materials and curriculum



Improve media and information literacy



Reinforce indigenous cultures and knowledge



Reduce geographical digital divide



Create educational opportunities for people living in remote and isolated areas


Implementation modalities

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Knowledge
Services

Policy and
Research

Capacity
Development

Policy Advocacy

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Policy Briefs



Cloud

computing



ICT for Inclusion



Mobile learning



Global Trends in OER



OER and IPR



Social Media for Learning



Digital literacy



Cost
-
benefit
Modeling


for Open Learning



ICT and Indigenous People



Digital Natives

ICTs for reinforcement of
indigenous cultures and
knowledge

Policy Advocacy

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Improve media &
information literacy

“Media literacy is an
important aspect of
media access and a
crucial dimension of
non
-
formal
education”


UNESCO World Report
“Investing in Cultural Diversity
and Intercultural Dialogue”

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3
-
year

project



9

Expert

team

members,

representing



5

geographical

regions

of

the

world



Best

practices

and

policy

recommendations



Presented

at

WCE
СС
E

(Moscow,

2010
)



Published

in

English,

Russian,

Slovak

ICT in pre
-
school education

ICT in primary education

Policy Advocacy

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Technical assistance to Member States

in the area of ICT application in education

Ministry of Education
and Science of the
Republic of Armenia

Ministry of Education
of the Azerbaijan
Republic

Ministry of Education,
Culture and Science of
Mongolia

Recommendations
developed

Report is being
prepared

Requests to assess the state
-
of
-
the
-
art of ICT in education and develop
recommendations received from

Recommendations
developed

Policy Advocacy

IITE Conferences

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International Conference
IITE
-
2010


ICTs in Teacher Education: Policy
Development, OER and Partnership”

International
Conference “ICT
and
Quality
of Education
:
UNESCO
ASPnet

On
the Way Towards a School
of
the Future”

International Conference “Emerging
Information & Communication
Technologies in Higher Education
-
2011”
(July 8

10, 2011, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia)

International Conference “UNESCO
Chairs Partnership on ICTs use in
Education: Innovations and Best
Practices”

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IITE
-
IFESCCO Project

Analytical
Study of
ICTs
in TVET

Meeting of the UNEVOC CIS Regional Network: Networking
and Building Capacity for TVET and ESD in
the CIS

Capacity Development

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Standard

and

specialized

hard
-
and

software


Training

and

information

materials


Training session for educators on
ICT
accessibility for blind and partially
sighted

ITU
-

UNESCO IITE project

“IT center for visually impaired
persons”

Opening in November 2011 in Yerevan, Armenia

Capacity Development

Knowledge management

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“ICT in education: Best Practices”


publication series

ICTs in education for
people

with
disabilities

in cooperation with the European
Agency

for
Development in Special
Needs Education

E
-
Learning

in the Republic of Korea

Introduce ICTs in
pedagogy

Knowledge management

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IITE OER flagship project



IITE

OER

Gateway



Workshop

on

OER

and

IPR,

Moscow,

2011




Online

training

course

Facilitate equal access
to education

Partnership with

UNESCO

Networks

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Partnership with

NGOs, Public and Private Sector

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IITE
FLAGSHIP PROJECTS

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TEACHERS

OF THE ARCTIC


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To guarantee inclusion & equal access to education for indigenous
children with relevant attention to their mother languages, customs and
traditions



To modernize education system through support of teachers working
in conditions of circumpolar region



To create educational opportunities for people living in remote and
isolated areas



To reduce geographical digital divide


To promote indigenous cultures and knowledge



To ensure diversity of content




Goals

Main Interventions

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Workshop

"Key

components

of

the

Teachers

of

the

Arctic

Project

as

a

basis

for

creation

of

an

innovative

learning

environment

for

professional

development

of

Arctic

Region

Educators”

(March

2011
)



Conference

(
2010
),

Sakha

Yakutia



Training

class

was

set

up

at

the

Sakha

Institute

for

Educational

Staff

Professional

Development

(
in

cooperation

with

Cisco
)

Teachers of the Arctic

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Advanced

Educational

Technologies

for

Arctic

Teachers



Interactive

technologies

and

presentation

techniques



Management

of

e
-
Content

Trainings

are being developed:



Creating educational
opportunities for people living
in remote and isolated areas




Reducing geographical
digital divide

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IITE


ASPnet

Project

“Learning for the
Future”


Objectives and Goals

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3

GOALS
:



To

enable

teachers

and

students

to

better

comprehend

the

transformation

of

societies

due

to

the

impact

of

ICTs

and

future

trends

expected

in

this

field



To

ensure

an

integrated

and

more

effective

use

of

ICTs

in

strengthening

the

four

pillars

of

learning

for

the

21
st

Century

and

the

overall

school

environment




To

develop

new

educational

approaches

and

experiment

and

develop

new

learning

materials,

with

the

help

of

ICT,

in

support

of

a

sustainable

future

and

a

“New

Humanism”




Overriding

objective



to

fully

integrate

the

effective

use

of

ICT

in

education,

to

renew

pedagogy

and

enhance

learning



now

and

for

the

future

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Guaranteeing inclusion & equal access to high quality
education for all



Facilitating acquisition of professional & social
competencies



Improving dialogue among project participant from
different countries




The project will contribute to promotion of
cultural diversity through:







Objectives and Goals

FOCUS AREA

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Effective

integration

of

ICT

in

teaching

and

learning



Reinforcement

of

education

for

sustainable

development

(ESD)



Education

for

a

new

humanism



Introduction

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New

Concerns

for

Education



Technology

can

provide

tools

for

improving

the

teaching

and

learning,

customizing

the

learning

process



Education

must

provide

students

with

the

skills

necessary

to

join

a

knowledge

society



21
st

century

competencies



People

who

do

not

acquire

and

master

these

competencies

may

suffer

from

a

new

form

of

the

digital

divide




Strengthening the four pillars of learning

through the effective use of ICT

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Learning

about,

understanding

and

applying

ICT


Education

for

Sustainable

Development

(ESD)


New

humanism




Learning to know:

Strengthening the four pillars of learning

through the effective use of ICT

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Use

of

ICT

for

learning,

teaching

and

creativity


Language

learning

skills


Problem

solving

skills



Learning to do:

Strengthening the four pillars of learning

through the effective use of ICT

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Education and values


Leadership, critical thinking


Teamwork


Creativity



Learning to be:

Strengthening the four pillars of learning

through the effective use of ICT

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Networking



Learning to live together :

Participating countries

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Baltic States


CIS States


Eastern European States



Selection of participating schools

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Previous

successful

experience

gained

in

an

ASPnet

projects
;


Minimum

ICT

infrastructure

and

capacity

to

develop


Deep

commitment

to

achieving

pilot

project’s

aims


Active

participation

of

the

entire

school

(principal,

teaching

staff,

students

and

others)


Setting

up

a

Project

Advisory

Team


Appoint

a

project

leader



Each country is to select 3 schools:

School/Country Twinning

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Each

participating

country/school

be

twinned

with

another

one



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IITE KEY ACHIEVEMENTS

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Key Achievements

1.
Policy advocacy through the Policy Briefs were appreciated
by the Member States.

2.
IITE has organized
9

conferences and meetings, co
-
organized
12

events, and attended
41

meetings.

3.
56

Member States covered by the IITE activities, including
43
Member States contributed or reflected in IITE
publications,
42

Member States represented in the IITE
events,
26

Member States involved in the IITE projects.

4.
12

Policy briefs,
1

theoretical study,
3

analytical studies,
2

best practices were published during the biennium.
4

on
-
line courses were developed.


WELCOMES COLLABORATION


ON A WAY TOWARDS

KNOWLEDGE SOCIETY


ПРИГЛАШАЕТ К


СОТРУДНИЧЕСТВУ НА


ПУТИ К ОБЩЕСТВУ


ЗНАНИЙ


UNESCO IITE

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LFF

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Prof. Alexander Khoroshilov

National Programme Officer

UNESCO IITE

a.khoroshilov@unesco.org

Web :
http://iite.unesco.org


Ms. Ekaterina Kuzina

Assistant Programme Specialist

UNESCO IITE

e.kuzina@unesco.org