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Future of education project overview oct 2018 lr

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The broadening world of education is undergoing several major shifts. Driven in part by technology innovation and new business models, the learning process is being reinvented and there is a transformation of education economics and outcomes. Alongside this, there are government imperatives to improve access and address the growing requirement for flexible knowledge workers with transferable skills who can adapt to the changing job market. An ageing workforce also means that there is an increasing need for lifelong learning and re-skilling. In addition there is an increasing demand for a more personalised, immersive and mobile learning experience. All this is challenging the traditional expectations around higher education and the role that universities should play. While countries such as Finland and Singapore are consistently seen as leaders in the field, other nations are trying hard to catch up.

Ahead of a series of global expert events during 2019, this is an overview of the Future of Education project. It provides some background on Future Agenda and preceding multi-nation programmes, highlights some of the questions being raised and outlines options for organisations around the world to get involved. Different governments, technology companies, universities and education service providers are collaborating to support this programme that will develop a clear, shared and detailed view of how the future of education may unfold. If you would like to join in and host one of these events in your region, do let us know (tim.jones@futureagenda.org) and we can integrate that into the planning.

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  1. 1. The Future of Education Project Overview 17 October 2018
  2. 2. Contents This document provides an overview of Future Agenda, the Future of Education project and partnership options Future Agenda Overview The Future of Education Partnership Options Project Team
  3. 3. FUTURE AGENDA OVERVIEW
  4. 4. Future Agenda Future Agenda is an open think tank and advisory firm that helps organisations to understand emerging opportunities, make more informed decisions and place better, bolder strategic growth bets. INSIGHT IMPACT Global Foresight Industry Insight Bespoke Research New Services New Products New Strategies Core Team Extended Team The Global Network
  5. 5. The World in 2020 and The World in 2025 In 2010 / 2015 we led unique multi-topic, collaborative global open foresight programmes looking at the key changes for the next decade across 25 topics. These included the future of education, learning, data, work and ageing. www.futureagenda.org
  6. 6. Focused Open Foresight Projects We run focused global projects exploring specific topics in depth. Undertaken in collaboration with multiple leading organisations, these generate rich, informed perspectives of emerging trends and opportunities. Future of Cities (2015/16) https://www.futureofcities.city Future of Philanthropy (2016/17) https://www.thefutureofphilanthropy.org Future of Patient Data (2017/18) https://www.futureofpatientdata.org Future Value of Data (2018 – in progress)
  7. 7. Collaborative Approach Multiple expert workshops around the world are hosted by different organisations. The insights from all the events are shared openly. A global report provides an informed view of pivotal future changes. Level of Privacy Regulation: DLA Piper https://www.dlapiperdataprotection.com Heavy Robust Moderate Limited Current Healthcare Expenditure as a %GDP (2015) COUNTRY TOTAL GOVT PRIVATE San Francisco 19 JAN 2018 C Top 3 Challenges O Top 3 Opportunities E Top 3 Emerging Issues London 14 DEC 2017 Oslo 30 OCT 2017 Dubai 27 SEPT 2017 C Data Gaps Infrastructure Digital Skills O Predictive Analysis Artificial Intelligence Genetic Profiling E Standardised Measures Mental Health Ulterior Motives Johannesburg 10 OCT 2017 Frankfurt 25 JAN 2018 Brussels 9 NOV 2017 Boston 17 JAN 2018 Toronto 16 JAN 2018 Future of Patient Data (2017/18) Locations and Key Insights Australia 9.4 6.5 2.9 Belgium 10.5 8.6 1.8 Canada 10.4 7.7 2.8 UK 9.9 7.9 1.9 Germany 11.2 9.4 1.7 India 3.9 1.0 2.9 Norway 10.0 8.5 1.5 Singapore 4.3 2.2 2.0 South Africa 8.0 4.4 3.6 UAE 3.5 2.5 1.0 USA 16.8 8.5 8.4 C Combining Data Sets Digital Skills Resistance from HCPs O Personal Data Sharing Genetic Profiling Artificial Intelligence E Inequality Privatization of Health Data Data Sovereignty Sydney 15 NOV 2017 C Linkability of Open Data Data Gaps Ulterior Motives O Genetic Profiling Predictive Analysis Data Marketplaces E New Models Informed Consent New Entrants C Combining Data Sets Getting Closer to the Patient Expanding Set of Data O Predictive Analysis Personalisation Artificial Intelligence E Standardised Measures Inequality Global Data Sharing C Ulterior Motives Resistance from HCPs Trust O Artificial Intelligence New Business Models Mental Health E Data Sovereignty Patient Empowerment Data Marketplaces C Data Ownership Ulterior Motives Trust O Data Marketplaces Artificial Intelligence Personalisation E New Business Models Privatisation of Health Data Informed Consent C Expanding Data Set Combining Data Sets Regulation O Data Marketplaces Personalisation Artificial Intelligence E Informed Consent Data Sovereignty Inequality C Integration of Data Data Quality Unstructured Data O Individualized Medicine Artificial Intelligence Data Marketplace E Privatisation of Health data New Business Models Value of Health Data C Getting Closer to the Patient Combining Data Sets Data Gaps O Genetic Profiling Artificial Intelligence Proxy Data E Inequality Standardised Measures Privatisation of Health data C Combining Data Sets Trust Linkability of Open Data O Embedded AI Getting Closer to the Patient Predictive Analysis E New Business Models Standardised Measures Inequality Singapore 13 NOV 2017 C Regulation Combining Data Sets Getting Closer to the Patient O Artificial Intelligence Individual Custodianship Personalisation E Data Sovereignty Standardised Measures Value of Health Data Mumbai 23 NOV 2017 C Data Quality Ulterior Motives Data Ownership O Data Marketplaces India Setting Standards Artificial Intelligence E Informed Consent New Models Inequality
  8. 8. Large Corporates Technology Firms NGOs Economists Government Academia / Research Start-Ups Influencers 8 Immersive Workshops Our workshops bring together a mix of expertise with varied perspectives to help challenge and build a richer view. They are immersive, inclusive events that explore future shifts and detail impacts, risks and opportunities.
  9. 9. Host Partnerships Hosts help identify participants, immediately make use of insights from their events and gain access to all the research from the global project. They can use the output for individual thought-leadership and action. Example: Future of Patient Data – Accenture hosted 3 events in Oslo, London and Singapore Bespoke Version of Final Report Use of Insights for Accenture Thought Leadership
  10. 10. Bespoke Support We also provide bespoke research and advisory support for a wide range of leading organisations exploring emerging issues, identifying strategic options and defining future pathways.
  11. 11. THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION
  12. 12. Multiple Different Views As the impact of new technologies combine with changing educational needs and funding models, there are multiple view of what the future university will be and do and how existing institutions should respond.
  13. 13. Previous Research Over the past decade we have explored different aspects of the future of education via many expert discussions in partnership with the British Council and numerous academic institutions around the world. 2010 2014 2015
  14. 14. Related Analysis In addition we have undertaken a series of programmes looking at changes occurring in related fields – from the future of data and its value through to the future of work, identity and trust. 2010 2015 20182017
  15. 15. Project Focus The Future of Digital Education project is exploring how the emerging changes to education will impact across the spectrum – from skills and technology to new facilities and means to improve access. The Future of Education Skills Accreditation Qualifications Digital Literacy Collaboration Future Jobs Re-skilling Digital AI Connectivity AR / VR Mobile University Research vs. Teaching Civic Role Digital Assets Access Rethinking Learning Teachers vs. Coaches Personalised Accessing the Unconnected Mobile Learning
  16. 16. Global Insights This new project will identify where and what are the key opportunities by collectively challenging, understanding and sharing the new landscape for education and key drivers of change across a number of pivotal locations. Review existing research Map the emerging landscape Explore gaps via global dialogue Identify the key priority opportunities Prepare and share global report Support hosts with implications
  17. 17. Overall Schedule This project will run through until July 2019 with the core workshops taking place from January to May. Additional events may be added as other cities and hosts seek to be involved in the project around the world. Initial Perspective Public Sharing Planning of Expert Workshops Multiple Expert Events x 10 to 20 Locations Global Report Report Launch Dec Jan 2019 Dec Jan to May 2019 June July Primary Locations • Delhi • Dubai • Istanbul • Hong Kong • Johannesburg • London • San Francisco • Sao Paulo • Shanghai • Singapore • Stockholm • Tokyo • Toronto Other Options To Date • Bangkok • Bogota • Boston • Copenhagen • Lagos • Mumbai • Sydney • Washington DC
  18. 18. Project Partners We are currently inviting and defining the core mix of organisations to be part of this global collaboration. This includes government, educational institutions, publishers, advisors and a number of global platforms. Universities Government Publishers Consultants Schools Technology Providers PlatformsFoundations
  19. 19. Final Report As with all our projects, a final report will share all key insights and future implications and will be available online via a dedicated microsite. Hosts and partners will have additional co-branded output. e.g. Future of Patient Data (2017/18) https://www.futureofpatientdata.org
  20. 20. PARTNERSHIP OPTIONS
  21. 21. Host Activities Within this programme, there are three core areas where hosts can be directly involved with as much as they wish - we can be flexible as suits. Future Agenda will plan and run the event, capture and share insights. 3 | Global Synthesis • Bespoke version of report • Co-branded excerpts • Tailored thought-leadership 2 | Immediate Insights • Breakfast debrief • Local dissemination 1 | Core Workshop • Identify guests • Host event • Stakeholder engagement Host Activities 01 02 03
  22. 22. Hosting Costs For each event there are 3 areas of cost to cover: hosting, venue and travel. Wherever possible we do our best to minimize the venue and travel costs through appropriate partnerships and coordination of itineraries. Core Hosting • Covers participant recruitment, workshop facilitation and event write up as well as contribution to the final report sharing Venue Hire • Ideally event takes place in university or other independent location but sometimes we need to hire a hotel or other venue Flights and accommodation • Business class flights for two and overnight hotel for each event but ideally we run several events on same flight routing to minimize costs
  23. 23. PROJECT TEAM
  24. 24. Team Contact This project is being led by Dr. Tim Jones, Founder of Future Agenda. He is supported by others across the organisation including Ali Draycott and Caroline Dewing as well as leading subject matter experts. Core Team Extended Team The Global Network Providing day-to-day support, ensuring effective delivery and engagement Additional expertise working in key locations to help deliver events with impact Leading experts around the world consulted at key points to provide opinion and feedback Dr. Tim Jones Tim is a recognised expert in innovation, growth and futures. A leader in collaborative programmes, he helps organisations explore new fields and identify new areas for potential growth. https://uk.linkedin.com/in/innovationstrategy tim.jones@futureagenda.org Ali Draycott Ali is Director of MENA for Future Agenda. She helps organisations understand their potential and reach new audiences regionally and engage on key issues globally. https://www.linkedin.com/in/alidraycottideas/ ali.draycott@futureagenda.org Caroline Dewing Caroline is co-founder of Future Agenda and co-author of 6 books. She specializes in thought leadership, government and media relations, stakeholder engagement and strategic insight. https://www.linkedin.com/in/caroline-dewing/ caroline.dewing@futureagenda.org
  25. 25. Future Agenda 84 Brook Street London UK W1K 5EH +44 203 0088 141 www.futureagenda.org www.futureagenda.net @futureagenda

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