Human
Resources and
Skill
Development
Ashutosh Chadha
Director Strategic Education
Initiatives – Asia Pacific
Corporate Affairs
July 1st 2010
Agenda
Demographic
Challenge
The Education
Challenge
21st century Skills
A Framework and
approach
Intel's efforts and
Conclusions
The Capability Building Agenda
‘The creation of an educational system capable of
preparing people to live in the changing world is one
of the crucial tasks of modern society.’
Kinelev, 2000
A World in Transformation
Growing world market
Global Scale
&
Competition
Technology
all pervasive
Knowledge - the new currency
Emerging Demographic shift
Working age deficit/surplus by 2020 (population M)
Germany
UK
-3
-2
0
-1
Ireland
US
-17
France
Spain
Italy
5
2
2
0
-2
China
Israel
Pakistan
Iran
3
19
-10
-9
77
Japan
Bangladesh
4
47
Egypt
Mexico
-6
Turkey
Iraq
-3
-3
Russia
Czech
Republic
Vietnam
4
India
5
Philippines
1
Malaysia
5
3
Indonesia
Brazil
-0.5
Australia
Note: Potential surplus is calculated keeping the ratio of working population (age group 15 – 59) to total population constant;
Source: U.S. Census Bureau; BCG Analysis
What does this mean for us?
Economic Growth is built on
Innovation and Evolution directly
related to Change
•“Today’s change is not just more rapid, more complex, more turbulent, more unpredictable. Today’s change is unlike
any encountered before. The surprising fact is that change itself has changed. We’ve reached Breakpoint. At Breakpoint
the rule is change is so sharp that continuing to use the old rules not only doesn’t work, it erects great, sometimes
insurmountable, barriers to success.”
Land/Jarman: Breakpoint and Beyond
Change is supported only by a strong educational environment
which fosters innovation, equity and supports changing needs
From Agrarian to Imagination Economies
Agrarian
Concrete
Industrial
Information
Imagination
Concrete
Concrete
Concrete
Abstract
Abstract
Abstract
Interactive
Interactive
Creative
“Imagination is more important than Knowledge” – Albert
Einstein
How the demand for skills has changed
Mean task input as percentiles of the 1960 task distribution
Economy-wide measures of routine and non-routine task input (US)
(Levy and Murnane)
The dilemma of the education system:
The skills that are easiest to teach and test are
also the ones that are easiest to digitise,
automate and outsource
Race up the Value Chain
Source: “Tough Choices or
Tough Times” 2007,
IN MORE DEVELOPED COUNTRIES
Nature of Work is Changing
20th Century
Number of
Jobs
Job
Requirements
21st Century
1 – 2 Jobs
10 – 15 Jobs
Mastery of
One Field
Breadth;
Depth in
several fields
Every Individual Must Be:
Problem solver
Collaborator
Globally Aware
Innovator
Effective
communicator
Self Directed Learner
Information
and Media
Literate
Civically engaged
Critical
Thinker
The Educational Challenge

Services are increasingly becoming the biggest
employer

Knowledge / Innovation and Entrepreneur ship are
driving economy

Technology is today becoming a key enabler for
Knowledge sharing / commerce and doing business.
This needs a collaborative and holistic approach
To address
involving
Relevance
to real-world (for motivation, and
•
Government
employability)
•
Academia
• Skills,
not
just Knowledge (critical thinking,
•
NGOs
creativity,
etc)
•
Multilaterals
•
Private Sector
•
Disparities in Education
•
•
•
•
•
•
Faculty skills / availability
Content relevance / delivery /
timeliness'
Exposure to real life situations
Collaboration and Digital Literacy
Infrastructure
EQUITY
Model for Education Transformation
ICT in Education
Affordable
Learning
ICT and
Connectivity
Accessible
Learning
Attractive
Learning
Applicable
Learning
Intel® Education Initiative
• Mission:
Empowering Education
Today to Inspire Innovation and
Sustainable Growth
• Objectives
•
Improve global Education through
localized programs, technology
solutions and strategic alliances
•
Enable the next Billion people to
participate in the knowledge economy.
•
Collaborate with government and
education leaders to enable the
effective use of information and
communication technology in
Education
Where we Partner
• Teacher Professional Development
• Leadership Training
• Assessment and evaluation
•Connectivity
•Content
•Educational Platforms
•Accessibility options
• Curriculum
•Faculty and Student Programs
•Research
•Technical entrepreneurship
•Educational Platforms
•Accessibility options
• Science Workshops
• Research Fairs in Maths and Sc
• ISEF
Higher
Education
K-12
Science
and
Maths
Inclusion
•Inclusion Programs
• Underserved Youth
• Adults
•Un employed
Intel Education
Empowering Education Today to Inspire
Innovation and Sustainable Growth
7 million teachers trained in over 70 countries
1,000,000 learners touched in 12 countries
1000 plus universities, 1600 professors, 100,000+ students in 72
countries
Making an Impact
Access and
Equality
Economic
Development
Innovation
Employability &
Entrepreneurship
Conclusion
Increased
Productivity /
Knowledge
ICT if used innovatively
•Providing Exposure
•Overcome Gaps in Faculty skills
•Faculty availability / Content issues
•Experiences
•Address Curriculum relevance
•Enable 21st Century Skills
•
•
•
•
Increased
Economic
Well being
We live in a “flat” world — each individual competes with ALL other individuals
Knowledge is key to 21st century competitiveness
Education transformation needs to be holistic and not single mode
ICT can help create a level playing field
Increased
Personal /
Business
Wealth
“You must be the change
you want to see in the world “
- Mahatma Gandhi
Thank you
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