The future of higher education in a post COVID19 world

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The future of higher education in a post COVID19 world
Context
We, as society, can change
How about changing a language all toegether?
New page is not just a dream
Too used to the things were
Higher education systems
Cultural context
Politics
Challenges ahead
Mitigate academic impact
Minimize the student learning deficit
Financial constraints
Logistic issue of going home
Balance
Public provision
Private provision
Technology
Leverage technology
Increase of digital economy
Inequality
Technological divide
Growing demand but shifting demographics
Students
Engaged
Motivated
Mental health
Lack os socialization
Serve students on the usual way
Assessment practices
Small group tuition
Tutorials face to face
Feasible replacement?
Students are not getting what they paid for
Integritiy
Learning
Assessment
Remaining global in an age of nationalism
International mobility
Students are not going abroad
New. Studetns will not go out
Internationalisation is not only going abroud
70% of abroad students
Were abroad
Not planning to return
Number of students not going abroad
Classes designed for the masses while there are individual paths
Unemployment skyroketting
Short term
Fail to nurture educational purpose
Technological divide
Higher education role on this crisis
Colalboration with gobvernments
Access opportunities
Economic challenges
Facing unemployment
Free
Learning
Courses
Reskill or upskill
Be agents of change
Building resilience
What higher educaiton can do on a crisis like this
Models
Online model
Flexible
Scalable
Cost-effective
Cluster model
Break down silos
Experiential model
Tangible experience
Skills
Employability
Focus on applicaton
Teaching transferrable tools and applying them in various contexts
Cognitive tools
Solve problems
Liberal arts model
Critical thinking
Problem solving
Partnership models
Upskilled
Satisfied
Pathway to employment
Online shift
Transfer into the remote teaching
Out of the blue
Short period of time
200 M students with no in campus access
Disruption
Structural uniqueness
By country
By higher education system
Access to decent interenet
Technological divide
Students who never before took an online course
Globally
60% of students have been able to transfer to remote taching
40% out of the system
How to address this people?
Infrastructure
No internet access
No adequate internet access
Equipement
No laptops
No adequate laptops
Pedagogy
Rethink our pedagogy
Faculty
Innovative
Learning community
To learn new methods
Doing the things in the same way?
Sifinificant traumatic event
To be a good teacher
Teachers transitioning to the online
Most university professors don't know how to engage students in online learning enviornments
Different approaches
Online
Robust model
Services running
Seminars with live videos online
No change in the format of their education
No degrade the quality
No learning outcome impact
Residential
Mixed
What the students need?
Challenge our assumptions
Rethinking priorities
Educational institutions
What is education about?
Job
Integral citizens
Real responsibility to become part of the solution
Corrects inequality
Begins in early child education
Can we abandon old marketing and competition model
New way of thinking
University networks
The most people having the highest quality in education
Setup new standards for the future
Are rankings as important?
Rethink the accreditation model
Offline instruction does not work
Is learning provision effective?
How to apply particular cognitive tools to new
scenarios
Instances
Wisdom
You actually don't have to focus
Task
Memorization
Efficiencies
Lowering the cost of instruction
Promoting accesibility
Can we meassure learning differently?
Counting sit hours
Grades
What is the role of knowledge dissemination?
Other ways better
No longer paramount
Yo don't need college to acquire knowledge
International experience is going abroad
The only one who can define what the students should learn are the teachers
Future of international education
Travel
zero semester abroad
First year of education
Online
Third year: in other countries
Comprehensive internationalisation
Virtual mobility
Microcampus at home
Embed the international dimension into the preparation of all students
Online model in STEAM teaching
Open STEAM lab
Array of equipement
Campus
Controlled remotely
Online: Scalability
Tutorial groups
Collaborative learning models
Softskills alongside the hardskills
Mix
Training for the workplace
Liberal education
Students
Students take agency of their own education
Make choices about their education
Have the student voice in this conversation
They are co-creators
Co-design courses
Diversity
Resources
Greate teaching and learning
Developing personal networks
Age of the students 17-24
Incredible critical moment
Nature of the relationships
Quality of collaboration
Ability to bring institutions to bankrupcy
Shut down the institution
Skip a college year
Experience
Networks
Change their lives
Families
Communities
Key factors
Financial aids
Scallable solutions
The need to collaborate
Consoritum model
Initiatives together
Communicate to students what will happen next year
Take risks
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