MICROSOFT IN EDUCATION

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MICROSOFT IN
EDUCATION

Anthony Salcito General Manager US Education


Empower

people to
realize their social and
economic potential by

enabling access to quality education experiences
for all through technology

Enabling Relevant, Personalized,

and Engaged Learning

Giving Educators Greater Insight
and More Time

Supporting Agile, Efficient and

Connected Education systems

Nurturing Powerful


Communities of Learning

Extending the Reach of

High
-
Quality Education to All

Need for highly
educated and technically proficient workers
to
fuel
our
economy


US is demographically
overshadowed by India
and China



Need to adequately
educate our citizens for
new types of work



Education in math and
science is key to
maintaining a
competitive workforce
in the global economy


Teachers are not adequately trained

Curriculum/content disconnected with technology

Assessment not aligned to teacher desktop

Special funding used to acquire

Metrics driven by the what (pc/student ratio, connected classrooms)

Fear/Uncertainty/Doubt


Generates Questions

How do I use? How do I teach with technology?

How do we sustain investment?

How do we determine value/impact?

How do we connect content?

How do I deliver personalized, adaptive, immersive learning?

How can I connect with my learners and parents in a rich way?

How can I excite my students with content and projects?

How can my students leverage content that’s available worldwide
and in real
-
time?

How do I update my school and classroom to reflect new ways to
learn, collaborate, use information?





Technology is a
part

of the answer.


What are you
trying to
create?

Creating
Common
Vision


Who are you
creating it for?

Know Thy
Customer


How will you
organize your
work?

Define Scope


What process
will discipline
your effort?

Disciplined
Methodology


What factors
are critical for
success?

Establish
Common
Language


What assets are
required to support
your success
factors?

Remember…
Less is More

www.microsoft.com/Education/SchoolofFutureProcess.mspx

stage 1

stage 2

stage 3

stage 4

stage 5

stage 6

I
ntrospection

I
nvestigation

I
mplementation

I
nclusion

I
nnovation

I
ntrospection

6
i

Development Process
©

Establish
Pedagogy
Methodology
Culture
Success Metrics
Benchmarks

Review and
Identify Best
Practice
Innovation
Research
Advisory Board
SWOT Process

Engage
Community
Key Leaders
Government
Partners

Determine
Personnel
Building
IT Architecture

Act
Training
Readiness
Launch

Reflect,
Review and
Adjust

1

2

3

4

5

6



Relevant,
Personalized
Experiences

Students



Facilitation,

Collaboration



Involvement,
Accountability,
Support



Achievement,
Productivity.
Efficiency

Teachers

Parents

Admins

Infrastructure and
Access

Tools and Services

Data Driven
Accountability and
Transparency

Content

21st Century
Educator and
Student
Development


Infrastructure and
Access

Tools and Services

Data Driven
Accountability and
Transparency

Content

21st Century
Educator and
Student
Development

Infrastruture

and Access

Tools and Services

Data Driven
Accountability and
Transparency

Content

21
st

Century Educator and
Student Development



Identity Management



Unified Communications



Data Interoperability



Virtualization



Learning Portal



1:1 Access and Green Computing



Integrated Productivity Applications



Integrated Social Networking Tools /
Live@EDU



Education Analytics



Business Intelligence



Learning Portal



SCORM Compliant Resources



Semblio



MS Learning



IT Academy / MSDNAA



Career Forward



Education Competency Wheel



MS Institute

Title 1 Funds

Education Technology Funds (E2T2)

State Stabilization Funding

http://www.microsoft.com/education/

Microsoft’s US Partners in Learning Program was awarded the 2009 NGA Public
-

Private
Partnership Award, recognizing the company for our commitment to education and our
support of demonstrating innovation and thought
-
leadership throughout the country.

Management Cybernetics
:
an outgrowth
of the cybernetics scientific field, it
rigorously examines the management of
organizations from a systems perspective.


An early scientist in management
cybernetics, Anthony Stafford Beer (1926
-
2002), made a significant contribution to the
field of Organization Development with his
brilliantly succinct description of the “The
Three Functions of Leadership”.


The 3
-
part Model

Creating the Future

Nurturing Identity

Managing the Present

Creating
the Future

Nurturing
Identity

Managing
the
Present

PC Architecture

DOS

Spreadsheets

Word Processors

PC

Mid 80s

Internet

Mid 90s

Applications

Late 80s
-
Mid 90s

Web Apps

Mid 00s
-

. . .

Today

Speech/Writing

Communications &

Collaboration

Web Services

Mouse

GUI

LANs

XML/SOAP

HTTP/HTML

SMTP

Email Clients

Web Browsers

Waves Of Innovation


The Best of …


User Experience

Rich UX, offline access

Familiar Experience

Anywhere access

Form factors and mobility


IT Experience

Management and compliance

Advanced security

Economies of skill

Premium business continuity


Software +

Services


Create experiences that combine the magic of software with the power of
Internet services across a world of devices



Scale of
offerings

Storage


Identity

Security
Safety

Spaces

Mobile

Mail

SkyDrive
®

Office Live
Workspaces

SharedView

Messenger

Calendar

Alerts

Plus even more
services in
beta…

jill@student.contososchool.k12.us

Password: *******

Extend Office

Anywhere Access

Share & Collaborate

The online extension to Microsoft
Office for home, work and school

Bring Your Content to Life.

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