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  1. Slide 1

    • ANTHONY SALCITO
    • VICE PRESIDENT, MICROSOFT EDUCATION
    • @anthonysalcito
    • www.dailyedventures.com
  2. Slide 3

    • THE JOURNEY TO TRANSFORM
    • THE ROLE FOR TECHNOLOGY
    • SKILLS FOR THE FUTURE
    • THE NEED FOR CHANGE
  3. Slide 5

    • 1980
    • 1985
    • 1990
    • 1995
    • 2000
    • 2005
    • 2010
    • 0
    • 200
    • 400
    • 600
    • 800
    • 1,000
    • 1,200
    • INDEX: 100 (1979)
    • Housing
    • I CAN’T REALLY AFFORD IT, BUT BUYING A HOUSE IS A GREAT INVESTMENT AND WILL PAY ITSELF OFF IN JUST A FEW YEARS
    • MY HOUSE STOPPED GOING UP IN VALUE AND I STILL HAVEN’T PAID OFF MY MORTGAGE
    • EDUCATION
    • I CAN’T REALLY AFFORD IT, BUT GOING TO COLLEGE WILL LAND ME A GREAT JOB AND I’LL BE ABLE TO PAY OFF ALL MY LOANS
    • Source: Bloomberg
    • 1980
    • 1985
    • 1990
    • 1995
    • 2000
    • 2005
    • 2010
    • 0
    • 200
    • 400
    • 600
    • 800
    • 1,000
    • 1,200
    • INDEX: 100 (1979)
    • Housing
    • EDUCATION
    • I CAN’T REALLY AFFORD IT, BUT GOING TO COLLEGE WILL LAND ME A GREAT JOB AND I’LL BE ABLE TO PAY OFF ALL MY LOANS
    • Source: Bloomberg
  4. Source: Grapevine Study | Center for the Study of Education Policy

    Slide 6 - Source: Grapevine Study | Center for the Study of Education Policy

    • PERCENTAGE
    • CHANGE
    • -30
    • -20
    • -10
    • 0
    • 10
    • 20
    • 30
    • 40
    • -40
    • North Dakota
    • Wyoming
    • Alaska
    • Illinois
    • Minnesota
    • Pennsylvania
    • Oregon
    • New Mexico
    • Michigan
    • Massachusetts
    • South Carolina
    • Washington
    • Nevada
    • California
    • Florida
    • Alabama
    • Louisiana
    • New Hampshire
    • Arizona
    • Maine
    • West Virginia
    • Vermont
    • South Dakota
    • Wisconsin
    • Georgia
    • Hawaii
    • Connecticut
    • New Jersey
    • Utah
    • Kansas
    • Missouri
    • Virginia
    • Iowa
    • Kentucky
    • Oklahoma
    • Ohio
    • Delaware
    • Tennessee
    • Mississippi
    • Idaho
    • Rhode Island
    • Colorado
    • North Carolina
    • Maryland
    • Indiana
    • Texas
    • Nebraska
    • Arkansas
    • Montana
    • New York
  5. Source: Chronicle of Higher Education

    Slide 7 - Source: Chronicle of Higher Education

    • AVERAGE TUITION AS A PERCENTAGE OF MEDIAN EARNINGS
    • 10
    • 20
    • 30
    • 40
    • 0
    • 2001
    • 2002
    • 2003
    • 2004
    • 2005
    • 2006
    • 2007
    • 2008
    • 2009
    • 2010
    • HOW MUCH LONGER WILL PARENTS BE ABLE TO PAY
    • PRIVATE TUITION NEARLY 40% OF INCOME
  6. Slide 8

    • Source: Rasmussen 2013
    • 45%
    • IS A COLLEGE EDUCATION STILL A GOOD INVESTMENT?
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    • PERCENTAGE WHO SAID YES
  7. Slide 9

    • PROVIDERS
    • EMPLOYERS
    • YOUTH
    • Source: McKinsey 2012
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  8. Slide 10

    • 74%
    • 63%
    • 57%
    • 53%
    • 31%
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    • 26%
    • 23%
    • 18%
    • Source: www.careerbuilder.com
  9. Source: US BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS

    Slide 11 - Source: US BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS

    • UNEMPLOYMENT RATE (%)
    • THERE IS A REASON TO STAY IN SCHOOL
    • DEGREE HOLDERS MORE LIKELY TO GET JOBS
    • BACHELORS DEGREE OR HIGHER
    • OVERALL
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    • JAN 2008
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    • JAN 2012
    • JAN 2013
    • JAN 2014
    • JAN 2015
  10. University

    Slide 12 - University

    • OUR ROMANTIC VISION OF HIGHER EDUCATION
    • LEAFY QUADS, NEO-GOTHIC BUILDINGS, AND WEEKEND FOOTBALL
  11. Slide 13

    • 4 OUT OF 5 STUDENTS ADMIT TO DRIFTING THROUGH
    • 33% OF STUDENTS TRANSFER TO ANOTHER INSTITUTION
    • OVER 400K STUDENTS DROP OUT BEFORE GRADUATING
    • THE REALITY OF HIGHER EDUCATION TODAY
    • AIMLESS STUDENTS, TRANSFERS, AND RISING DROP OUT RATES
  12. Slide 14

    • THIS REPRESENTS OUR
    • COLLECTIVE
    • CHALLENGE
  13. Slide 16

    • INCREASE EFFICIENCY
    • AND PERFORMANCE
    • ADVANCE RESEARCH AND INNOVATION
    • FRAMING THE TECHNOLOGY CONVERSATION
    • INCREASE COST EFFECTIVENESS
    • REDUCE TIME TO DEGREE
    • EXPAND AFFORDABLE ACCESS TO LEARNING
    • FOSTER EFFEC
    • TIVE LEARNING
    • ENABLE RESEARCH COLLABORATIONS
    • IMPROVE LEARNING OUTCOMES AND STUDENT SUCCESS
  14. Slide 17

    • WHEN do I learn
    • WHAT do I learn
    • WHY do I learn
    • HOW do I learn
  15. Slide 18

    • Source: ECAR 2013
    • To look up information
    • To photograph information
    • To access digital resources
    • To record instructors
    • To participate in activities
    • 58%
    • More than half of students own THREE or more Internet-capable devices
  16. THE RISE OF THE ALTERNATIVES IN HIGHER EDUCATION

    Slide 19 - THE RISE OF THE ALTERNATIVES IN HIGHER EDUCATION

    • THE EMERGENCE OF ONLINE LEARNING
  17. This is how the library or study areas would look – the stereotypical bookworm, deep in thought, working hard. But what has changed is not that books have been replaced by devices and digital content (although this is also true) – but she is working alone…

    Slide 23 - This is how the library or study areas would look – the stereotypical bookworm, deep in thought, working hard. But what has changed is not that books have been replaced by devices and digital content (although this is also true) – but she is working alone…

  18. 2005 – POPE JOHN PAUL II

    Slide 27 - 2005 – POPE JOHN PAUL II

    • Photo: Luca Bruno/AP, Instagram/Today Show
  19. 2013 – POPE FRANCIS

    Slide 28 - 2013 – POPE FRANCIS

    • Photo: Michael Sohn/AP, Instagram/Today Show
  20. Slide 30

    • IDC RESEARCH ON SKILLS
    • SKILLS REQUIREMENTS FOR TOMORROW'S BEST JOBS – IDC Research, October 2013
    • Detail oriented
    • Microsoft Office
    • Customer service oriented
    • Organizational skills
    • Problem solving skills
    • Self-starting/self-motivated
    • Project management
    • Dependability
    • Time management
    • Data entry
    • Oral and written communication skills
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    • % of positions US Data (25,000 total)
  21. Slide 31

    • The learning trajectory
    • Think
    • OneNote, digital pen
    • Collaborate & record
    • Office Mix, OneNote Class Notebook Creator
    • Express
    • Sway, OneNote
    • Connecting learners
  22. Slide 32

    • Office Mix
    • From PowerPoint to interactive lessons in minutes
  23. Slide 33

    • Class Notebook Creator
    • Content Library
    • Student
    • Notebooks
    • Collaboration
    • Space
  24. Bing mapslaunches

    Slide 34 - Bing mapslaunches

    • What’s the best way home?
    • Microsoft Research formed
    • Kinect launches
    • What does that motion “mean”?
    • Azure Machine Learning launches
    • What will happen next?
    • Hotmail launches
    • Which email is junk?
    • Bing search launches
    • Which searches are most relevant?
    • Skype Translator launches
    • What is that person saying?
    • 1991
    • 2014
    • 2009
    • 1997
    • 2014
    • 2010
    • 2008
    • ANSWERING QUESTIONS WITH EXPERIENCE
  25. Physics

    Slide 35 - Physics

  26. 39

    Slide 39 - 39

  27. Slide 40

    • Context of Data and Model
    • 40
    • Source Data
    • Historical performance
    • Student demographic and
    • Diagnostic
    • Disciplinary
    • Extra-Curricular
    • Excel
    • Power BI Visualization
    • Existing Worksheets
    • Data
    • Predictions
    • AzureMachine
    • Learning
  28. Teacher View

    Slide 41 - Teacher View

    • 41
    • Step 2: View Lesson Progress
    • Step 1: Select Student
    • Class view of “Stuck” “Making Progress” and “Lesson Complete”
    • Legend: 1=Red=Stuck on lesson, 2=Blue=Making progress, 3=Green=Lesson completed
  29. Principal View

    Slide 42 - Principal View

    • 42
    • Step 1: Select School
    • Step 2: View Drop Out Risk by Teacher
    • Step 3: Drop Out Risk by Subject
    • Step 4: Select Teacher
  30. Superintendent/CIO View

    Slide 43 - Superintendent/CIO View

    • 43
    • Intervention Type & Effectiveness by School Level
    • Or, Step 1: Select School
    • Step 1: Select Principal
    • Predicted Dropouts by School
  31. Slide 44

    • “We see Azure Machine Learning and the PI System ushering in an era of self-service predictive analytics for the masses. We can only imagine the possibilities.”
    • Bertrand Lasternas, Researcher, Center for Building Performance
    • and Diagnostics, Carnegie Mellon University
  32. WHERE NEXT FOR TECHNOLOGY?

    Slide 45 - WHERE NEXT FOR TECHNOLOGY?

  33. Q&A

    Slide 49 - Q&A

  34. Slide 52

    • WE HAVE ALWAYS HAD A PASSION FOR
    • AND A DEEP COMMITMENT TO
    • EDUCATION
  35. Slide 53

    • IS NOW OUR IMPERATIVE
    • LEARNING