市場調查報告書

Pre-K12 (12年級以下) 的專門學習市場

PreK-12 Professional Learning Market 2016

出版商 SIMBA Information, Inc. 商品編碼 374081
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 62 Pages
訂單完成後即時交付
價格
Back to Top
Pre-K12 (12年級以下) 的專門學習市場 PreK-12 Professional Learning Market 2016
出版日期: 2016年10月10日內容資訊: 英文 62 Pages
簡介

本報告提供美國的PreK-12 (12年級以下) 的專門學習市場相關調查分析,影響市場的要素,面臨的課題,需求推動因素,現狀與未來預測等系統性資訊。

第1章 市場規模、結構

  • 簡介
  • 專門能力的開發/學習定義
  • 專門學習客戶
  • 教師和管理者
  • 學校和地區
  • 州所扮演的角色
  • 以特定目的為對象的場合
  • 州整體專門學習據點,其他學習倡議
  • 教育工作者的E學習的共同的配合措施
  • Pre-K12的專門學習市場規模
  • 資金來源
  • 基金

第2章 與趨勢:政策的變更實施

  • 簡介
  • 共同核心與新的州規格
  • 學生活動
  • 州的方針
  • 教師主導的專門學習
  • 個性化
  • 合作
  • 教師的龍頭
  • 輔導、指導、調查
  • Microcredentialing
  • Pre-K12的專門學習市場
  • 內容與實施領域
  • 技術
  • 規格,評估,資料
  • 實施,教育學,內容領域
  • 專門能力的開發
  • 直接提供
  • 線上提供

第3章 競爭情形

  • 簡介
  • 高等教育機關
  • 非營利:團體、財團、工會
  • 顧問
  • 內容提供商
  • 學習成績的提高
  • 素養
  • Corwin、Capstone、Cavendish、Curricki
  • The Critical Edge
  • 技術平台和線上供應商
  • Follett,Blackboard
  • 州、地區

第4章 案例研究

  • 簡介
  • 哥倫比亞特別區:投資分佈式領導
  • 朝向LEAP
  • 新罕布什爾
  • 公司內部開發
  • Bettendorf High School
  • 博弈
  • 繼續使用
  • 愛達荷
  • 教師和產業的組合
  • STEM Action Center
  • 佛羅里達
  • WASHOE CO.

第5章 結論與預測

目錄
Product Code: CURP15057586

In ‘PreK-12 Professional Learning Market 2016’, Simba Information examines the professional development segment, now often referred to as professional learning, for teachers, administrators, and other educators. The focus is on factors influencing change in the market, challenges facing the sector, and the forces driving demand, both currently and in the coming years.

The report was developed through reporting by Simba editors and is not based on a survey. Providers of professional development for the PreK-12 market and educators at schools, districts and states were interviewed and best-practices research was reviewed. Based on the research that included federal, state and local funding and spending data, Simba constructed current estimates of the $5.28 billion market, per-teacher spend and growth projections through 2020-2021.

Top trends in the ongoing process that is professional learning include personalization, professional learning communities and other mechanisms for collaboration, teacher-leadership, coaching and mentorship, and microcredentialing or badging. The increasing use of technology in the classroom is generating its own demand for professional learning/training.

Key elements in ‘PreK-12 Professional Learning Market 2016’ include:

  • How the market is changing from a top-down process imposed on teachers to a more teacher-led, ongoing, job-embedded process;
  • Federal, state and local spending on professional learning;
  • Funding sources and individual teacher spend on PL;
  • How the shift from NCLB to ESSA is driving the change in how professional learning is viewed and should be implemented;
  • The role of online delivery;
  • How publishers and ed-tech providers fit into the PD/PL landscape;
  • The role of OER in professional learning;
  • Where the biggest competition is coming from for commercial providers of professional learning;
  • Case studies from NH, ID, FL, DC, Washoe County (NV) and a high school in Iowa;

Table of Contents

METHODOLOGY

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

CHAPTER 1: MARKET SIZE & STRUCTURE

  • INTRODUCTION
  • DEFINING WHAT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT/LEARNING IS
  • Table 1.1: PreK-12 Spotlight: By the Numbers
  • THE CUSTOMER FOR PROFESSIONAL LEARNING
  • Teachers and Administrators
  • Table 1.2A: Public School Instructional Staff by Function, Fall 2009-2013
  • Table 1.2B: Public School Instructional Staff by Function, Fall 2009-2013
  • Schools and Districts
  • The Role of the States
  • When the State Focus Targets a Particular Objective
  • Statewide PL Hubs and Other Learning Initia tives
  • eLearning for Educators Exemplifies Collaborative Approach
  • SIZE OF THE PREK-12 PROFESSIONAL LEARNING MARKET
  • Table 1.3: Spending on PreK-12 Professional Development, 2014-2015 vs. 2015-2016
  • FUNDING SOURCES
  • Table 1.4: Federal Funding Sources for PreK-12 Professional Development, FY2015 - FY 2017P
  • Foundations Lean in
  • Table 1.5: Selected Bill and Melissa Gates Foundation Grants for Professional Learning

CHAPTER 2: TRENDS: CHANGING POLICIES & DELIVERY PRACTICES

  • INTRODUCTION
  • COMMON CORE AND NEW STATE STANDARDS
  • EVERY STUDENT SUCCEEDS ACT
  • STATE POLICIES
  • TEACHER-LED PROFESSIONAL LEARNING
  • Table 2.1: Important Professional Learning Attributes, According to Teachers....
  • Personalization
  • Collaboration
  • Teacher Leadership
  • Coaching, Mentoring and Observations
  • Microcredentialing: Measuring Competency
  • PreK-12 Professional Learning Market 2016
  • October 2016 ii © Simba Information
  • CONTENT AND PRACTICE AREAS
  • Technology
  • Table 2.2: How Teachers Learn to Understand Common Core Assessment Data for Math and ELA
  • Standards, Assessment and Data
  • Practice, Pedagogy and Content Areas
  • DELIVERY TRENDS IN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • In-Person Delivery
  • Online Delivery

CHAPTER 3: COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE

  • INTRODUCTION
  • Table 3.1: Provision of Professional Development, by Provider and Type of PD, 2014
  • HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
  • NON-PROFITS: ASSOCIATIONS, FOUNDATIONS, AND UNIONS
  • CONSULTANTS
  • CONTENT PROVIDERS
  • HMH Focus: Raising Student Achievement
  • Scholastic Focus: Literacy
  • Books and More at Corwin , Capstone, Cavendish and Curricki
  • The Critical Edge
  • TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS AND ONLINE PROVIDERS
  • Follett, Blackboard: Promoting Platfo rms & Broader Goals
  • STATES AND DISTRICTS

CHAPTER 4: CASE STUDIES

  • INTRODUCTION
  • DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: INVESTING IN DISTRIBUTED LEADERSHIP
  • Moving on to LEAP
  • NEW HAMPSHIRE: ONLINE PD FOR ALL
  • Internally Developed
  • BETTENDORF (IA) HIGH SCHOOL: TEACHING TECH THROUGH GAMIFICATION
  • Game On
  • Continued Use
  • IDAHO: FOSTERING STATEWIDE INTEREST IN STEM
  • Pairing Teachers and Industry
  • STEM Action Center
  • FLORIDA: RETHINKING PROFESSIONAL LEARNING
  • WASHOE CO.: PD + TEACHER EVALUATIONS + STUDENT LEARNING OBJECTIVES

CHAPTER 5: CONCLUSIONS & OUTLOOK

  • INTRODUCTION
  • FLEXIBILITY IS KEY
  • BARRIERS TO CHANGE
  • FUNDING AVAILABILITY
Back to Top