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Vision into reality

School A

LA

School B

MIS

School C

Internet Business Process Automation Platform

Finance

HR Police

Library

Multiple services combined as a single business process

School D


Agenda Time

Item

Activity

Welcome and introductions BSF Key concepts

Bristol Video

BSF Showcase demo

Analysis of the BSF Showcase

Day in the life

Video clip – Knowsley BSF Video clip – Student video Cool wall & associated video clips

Pathways for Change

Video clips—Jo Richardson Community College (T route) & Djanogly (P route)

Substantiating your vision

Fan Plan Identifying and validating the elements of your vision

Connected Citizen

Group poster


Welcome and introductions

 Rationale  Familiarisation with BSF process and requirements  Strategy for Change development  Massive change management programme

 Introductions    

60 seconds each group Name Title What you would like to achieve at by the end of today?


Quiz  Complete these acronyms:         

OBC FC OJEU ITCD PB SfC ITPD LEP ITSFB

 ::: now put them in procurement order Project inception

ITPD Strategy for change

OBC

OJEU

ITCD ITSFB

Preferred bidder

Financial close


Framework (Microsoft) for educational transformation


Knowsley BSF

 Play video clip


BSF Showcase key concepts

Activity: analysing the BSF Showcase What have we seen? What are the implication? What are the elements of a dynamic learning environment? Objective: improve understanding of the concepts in the ‘BSF Showcase’ and how it can be used with students, teachers, staff, and parents?  Duration: 30 minutes Think about these concepts and how they can be applied to complement your offerings  Learning portfolio  Intelligent Intervention  Dynamic Learning environment (teacher and student views)  Business of school  Connected citizen     


‘The art of the possible’ sparking debate and raising the bar

BSF Showcase demo


BSF Showcase key concepts

Activity: analysing the BSF Showcase What have we seen? What are the implications for your school? What are the elements of a dynamic learning environment? Objective: improve understanding of the concepts in the ‘BSF Showcase’ and how it can be used with students, teachers, staff, and parents?  Duration: 30 minutes Think about these concepts and how they can be applied to complement your offerings  Learning portfolio  Intelligent Intervention  Dynamic Learning environment (teacher and student views)  Business of school  Connected citizen     


Day in the life

 Personalised learning environment—students view


Scenarios We developed…

Scenarios to develop…

   

Student Empowerment Formative Assessment Secure Payment Registration and Transfer Financial Management Transportation Management Grants & Benefits Interactive Learning Self Directed Learning Knowledge Economy Skills Building Management System Safety and Security

      

E-Portfolio Attendance Management Inspired Collaborative Learning Timetable and Curriculum Organization Management Achievement Tracking Learning Social Interaction Skills Student Empowerment Education Monitoring Plan Extended School and Community Use Teacher Planning (collaboratively or individually) Training Management (students, teachers)

Weaved into “DAY IN THE LIFE” narrative…


BSF – delivery or transformation?

Learning led/ICT enabled view

Networked environment Teacher toolkits “Tin on desks” ICT bolted on ICT to automate ICT in with curtains Value add

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Bricks and mortar led view

T C I d age

ice v r se “smart” building Smart cards etc e-procurement “intelligent” learning environment Big picture thinking – regen./shared services 1:1 ICT integral to new business Cost displacement


Where is school? VIRTUAL

Personalised

School as enabler for regeneration

Radical change to model.

PHYSICAL

learner is central

Fusion of physical and virtual space

new “business of education�

Modernise processes

Platform for transformation

Industrial strength ICT

BSF is challenging traditional models of what a school is and how it fits within the fabric of a community


Changing workplace strategies

PAST Location specific Owning space or long term lease

FUTURE Network of locations Short term lease, pay-as-you-go

Highly territorial space

Alliances/shared/hired space

Strong physical branding

Varied internal and temporary brand expression

Formal structured interaction

Flexibility, connecting people, implementation speed

Physical space and mobile technology

Operating across virtual and physical space

Demand for new types of places, new ways of working


Is the same revolution occurring in education?


Or is the future still going to be about traditional learning settings?


Future of learning: will form follow function?

 multi-media experience    

web-based; face-to-face classroom time; 1:1 access, range of class sizes; “virtual� attendance; anytime anywhere, any pace; mentors/coaches; personalised; project based; collaborative, adaptive; video conferencing; etc

 multi-location experience  institution, home, workplace, public amenities, etc.


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BSF Kirklees Vision