Transforming Education Globally

Video Technologies in Education

Learn about the impact of broadcast and streaming video in the classroom.

We are thrilled to be able to present to the world, via the internet, our vision of teaching and learning in the classroom of the 21st Century. The district is fortunate that we can continue to collaborate with Cisco as we develop programs and support student achievement.
- Joseph Dragone
Superintendent , Ballston Spa School District

At Cisco we believe that all societies need to be learning societies. With our innovative solutions and partnerships, we connect, engage, and empower learners, educators, and leaders to improve learning, accelerate economic growth, and strengthen social well-being.

Globalization, accelerating technological change, and demographic shifts require all individuals to learn new skills in new ways throughout their lives. Cisco works to help you create what we call "Connected Learning," technology-enabled learning systems that allow people to learn anywhere, anytime, on any device.

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Creating Connected Learning Societies

Demand for learning is increasing from all sectors of society. These papers explain why and how our education systems should respond, transforming both the world of learning and the place of learning in our world.

Global Engagements

Global Engagements

Learn how Cisco is helping governments and education leaders worldwide accomplish their vision of transformative learning for the 21st century.

Global Programs

Global Programs

Transforming education requires a multistakeholder partnership to make a scalable and sustainable difference. Learn how Cisco has worked with strategic partners, education leaders, and policy makers to help transform education globally.

To help schools place themselves at the heart of Connected Learning, we offer Education 3.0. This change model integrates leading research findings to help students in any culture or socioeconomic status flourish in the next generation.

The model details the integration of innovative pedagogy, curriculum, and assessment strategies across whole systems. It is designed to accommodate learner differences, link learning to the real world, and set high, yet realistic, expectations for every student.

Executive Action Plans

To meet 21st century education objectives, districts must introduce new ways of teaching and learning that fully engage students, teachers, and community that support active learning, collaboration, problem based work, and other 21st century skills. Review examples of how to get started.