Educational Innovation at Tecnológico of Monterrey

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Educational Innovation at Tecnológico of Monterrey
Educational Innovation at
Tecnológico of Monterrey
January the 28th 2017
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[email protected]
Universities are preparing students for:
• Jobs that don´t exist yet.
• The use of technologies that haven´t been invented.
• Solving problems we don´t know are problems yet.
Karl Fisch
How
future universities
will be?
Innovation in
Tecnológico de
Monterrey
Innovation
• In the “core”
• Disruptive
Innovation
• In the “core”
• Disruptive
TEC21
1.Challenging and interactive learning
experiences
• Engage and motivate students inside and outside the classroom
• Using technology and learning spaces for collaborative work
2. Flexibility in the teaching-learning process
• In the number of courses and the order in which they are enrolled
• In the time to take and accreditate each course
• In the how, when and where learning experiences take place
3.Inspiring teachers
• At the forefront in their field , connected to their profession
• Innovators, tech-savvy
Flexibility
Challenge
Based
Learning
Before...
Linear approach
Flexibility
Significant
College
Experience
Inspirational
Professor
After: Trajectories Program
Trajectories Program 2017
Majors and minors programs
IME
IIS
IID
IMI
LMI
IA
IBT
IQA
IDA
IMA
IMT
LRI
IIA
LDP
LPL
LAE
LAF
LEM
LEF
LED
LDF
LPM
LMC
CPF
LDI
IQP
ISD
INT
ITS
ITE
ITC
ISC
ITIC
Bioengineering Informational
and Chemical Technologies and
process
Electronics
Engineering
LLN
LAD
ARQ
LCMD
IBN
LEC
Architecture Communication Human and Social
Studies
and Design
and Digital
Production
Business
LCE
LIN
Challenge Based Learning
Challenge
Based
Learning
Significant
College
Experience
Flexibility
Student
Reto
Challenge
Environment
Professor
Challenge based learning to
develop competences
Inspirational
Professor
Challenge Based Learning
Explore
Decide
Specialize
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Educate leaders with
entrepreneurial spirit,
human sense and
internationally competitive
Challenge Based Learning
Challenge
Based
Learning
Significant
College
Experience
Flexibility
+50,000
Semana i
One week where students
faces real challenges and
have a great learning
experience
Inspirational
Professor
+1,400
Students
Activities
+2,400
60
Professors
International
Projects
+1,200
Alumni
+1300
Organizations
Challenge Based Learning
Semestre i
Project
Students from
Campus Santa Fe
Querétaro, México
Significant College Experience
Challenge
Based
Learning
Flexibility
Student participation
18,000 Cultural
dissemination activities
23,215 Sports activities
(intramural and
representative)
14,346 Clubs and
organizations
Significant
College
Experience
56%
Inspirational
Professor
Graduate student with
an international
experience
Innovation
• In the“core”
• Disruptive
Education is at a historic
turning point
Education is
revolutionizing
Disruption in
educational models
TecLabs - Area of Disruptive Innovation
• Identification of threats and
opportunities in educational
innovation.
• Experimentation with the
launching and operation of new
pilots that let us find out how
education will be in 2030.
• Measuring the Impact of the
educational innovation projects:
• Value processes (top down)
• Professors (bottom up).
What are the most relevant pedagogical
and technological trends in education?
observatory.itesm.mx
Weekly Reports
• Monitoring of over 600
sources related with
educational innovation and
educational technologies.
• Selection of the 9 most
relevant notes of the week.
Weekly Reports – Professors
Weekly Reports – Leaders
More than 50 thousand subscribers
from over 50 countries
observatory.itesm.mx
Edu Trends Reports
observatory.itesm.mx
Edu bits Reports
• Summarized analysis of strategic issues for education
observatory.itesm.mx
How education will be in 2030?
Program that support innovating ideas
from professors to improve the way
students learn:
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Projects
Projects
Projects
Projects
Projects
2016
2015
2014
2013
2012
Examples of
successful
Projects
Winners of QS – Wharton Reimagine Education
2014
2015
2016
1º place – Regional
Award – Latin
America
3º place – Teaching
Delivery Award
2º place – Life
Sciences Award
2º place – Regional
Award - Latin America
3º place – Teaching
Delivery Award K12
3º place – Presence
Learning Award
1º place – Regional
Award – Latin
America
2º place Best use of
ICT Tools
1º place Nurturing
Employability
Winners of QS – Wharton Reimagine Education 2016
1º place Regional Award
– Latin America
Semester i: A new way
of learning
Eduardo Bastida and
Luis Herrera
2º place Best use of ICT
Tools
Professor Avatar:
Telepresence Model
Eduardo Luévano,
Eduardo López de Lara
and Eduardo González
1º place Nurturing
Employability
Incubation cells:
Researchers and
Entrepreneurs
Francisco Cantú and
James Fangmeyer
Eduardo González Mendívil
and Patricia Salinas Martínez,
obtain: 1º place – Regional
Award – Latin America y
3º place – Teaching Delivery
Award
A visual and tangible Mathematics
Professor
Avatar
MOOCs - Massive Open Online Courses
• Free online courses open to
everyone
• Contents from professors and
experts
• Feedback and evaluation
without professor:
• Automated: multiple option exams,
short answer, AI, etc.
• Peer Review: open projects and
evaluate work by others partners.
• Bring on new networks to
support students (face-to-face
and online)
MOOCs
MOOC
feature
26
courses
4
Specialized
programs
with alliance of Coursera
Specialized Programs
1. Marketing with Social Networks
3. Analysis of Data for Decision-Making
2. IOS App Development
4. Project Management: Basic Principles
2016-2017 Plans
• 8 energy (electric) courses
on méxicoX y edX
• 1 Xseries of “Doing
Bussines in México”
• 2 MOOCs of
“Entrepreneurship” on edX
Credentialing through MOOCs
• Remedial in Coursera
• If they approbate “Verified
credentials” the course is
accredited
• Master of Education and
Master in Educational
Technology
How to evaluate projects
of educational innovation?
Criteria to evaluate educational innovation projects
Institutional
alignment
Nature of
Learning
Innovation
outcomes
Growth
Financial
potencial
viability
Objetives
• Set up criteria to evaluate
the projects of educational
innovation for institutions and
professors
• Guide in the definition of
new educational innovation
projects
• Identify the projects we can
learn and those we can
implement on a large scale
Two statements
Future Universities will be
completely different from what
we know now…
We don´t know how future
Universities will be.
DECEMBER 11 -13, 2017
TECNOLÓGICO DE MONTERREY
CAMPUS CIUDAD DE MÉXICO
ciie.mx
Join us!
Thank you!
[email protected]
TecLabs - Learning Reimagined,
Director
January the 28th 2017

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