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MLP12C eLearning Strategy Evening 2014

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  • Our aim to be one of the, if not the, most inclusive college in the country.
    We run an integrated Alliance Model where support centre students are placed in determined mainstream classrooms for x hours per week.
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    • 1. eLearning @ MLP12CDeveloping an eLearning Strategy for 2015 - 2017 Corrie Barclay Manor Lakes P-12 College eLearning Coordinator
    • 2. Firstly… Thank You for your attendance.
    • 3. Through increased access to technology, students can leverage learning tools that are differentiated, collaborative and experiential. The precise application of technology and quality instruction can enhance learning. “ Planning and Sustaining Access to Technology - DEECD
    • 4. Overview and Purpose To develop a 3 year eLearning / ICT strategy that ensures the students of MLP12C have access to the best technologies available to fully support and compliment all teaching and learning programs, as well as, MLP12C continuing to be a leader in innovative and
    • 5. Pre Strategy Year What Who How 2009 1:1 MacBook Program Year 7 3yr Co-Contribution Lease 2010 1:1 MacBook Program DEECD iPads for Learning Trial Year 7 and 8 Year 5 3yr Co-Contribution Lease DEECD iPad Trial Funded 2011 1:1 MacBook Program DEECD iPads for Learning Trial Year 7 - 9 Year 6 3yr Co-Contribution Lease DEECD iPad Trial Funded
    • 6. Present Strategy Year What Who How 2012 1:1 iPad Program Classroom MacBooks x 6 1:1 iPad Program* 1:1 MacBook Program 1:1 MacBook Pro Program iPad Pod - EY Support Centre x 20 Prep Yrs 1 - 5 Yrs 6 & 7* Yrs 8 - 9 Yr 10 P-4 College Owned Devices College Owned Devices BYOD* Co-Contribution Lease NSSCF Funded College Owned Devices 2013 1:1 iPad Program 1:1 iPad Program Classroom MacBooks x 6 1:1 iPad Program* 1:1 Technology Program 1:1 MacBook Pro Program iPad Pod - EY Support Centre x 20 Prep Year 1 Yrs 2 - 5 Yrs 6 - 8* Yrs 9 - 10 Yr 11 P-4 College Owned Devices BYOD College Owned Devices BYOD BYOD NSSCF Funded College Owned Devices 2014 1:1 iPad Program 1:1 iPad Program Classroom MacBooks x 6 1:1 iPad Program* 1:1 Technology Program 1:1 MacBook Pro Program iPad Pod - EY Support Centre x 30 Prep Year 1 and 2 Yrs 3 - 5 Yrs 6 - 8* Yrs 9 - 11 Yr 12 P-4 College Owned Devices BYOD College Owned Devices BYOD BYOD NSSCF Funded College Owned Devices
    • 7. What positives have we witnessed…? - increased creativity - increased engagement - increased collaboration - increased independence - mobile learning opportunities - individualised learning opportunities - greater personalisation & ownership - differentiation of content delivery - 24/7 access to learning…resources, tasks, tools, etc.. - networked learning between home and school - the publishing of work for greater audiences - the effective use of social media to benefit
    • 8. And what challenges…? - damaged devices, both BYOD and College owned - inappropriate device misuse - classroom management in a 1:1 environment - best practice/s? - costs for repair / replacement; to both College and families - ongoing effective integration - the development of a whole college eLearning culture - audio visual equipment allocation and use - lack of devices in specific areas/cohorts
    • 9. Future Strategy…
    • 10. Strategy Development Questions • What technology are we wanting our students to have access to, in all year levels? 1:1? Mobile Technology? Laptops? Specialised Labs? • Which model of technology integration will best suit our needs and wants? And in what cohorts?College Owned, BYOD, Co-Contribution? What will the financing of this look like? • How will the technology available be used to re-shape and enhance teaching and learning practices? • What further technical support and infrastructure and will be required? • What other, if any, technologies will be required to support student and teacher devices. Classroom A/V, IWB’s, LED’s, Apple TV’s, 3D Printers, etc…
    • 11. The BIG question… At the conclusion of 2017, what skills, tools and devices do we want our
    • 12. Access to technology in schools - DEECD Past FuturePresent School network based/low bandwidth. Specific software provided by schools. Learning Management Systems. eduSTAR/School Based Software/Open Source. Wireless Connectivity. Cloud Based Computing. High Speed Broadband Access. On Demand access to software via App Store to support learning. Any device which meets minmum specifications (hardware/software/conne ctivity). Ubiquitous universal access across multiple personal devices and school based specialist technology. Standard portable student device 1:1 access. Eg. netbook/notebook program. Computer labs (PC/Mac) Range of devices (netbook/tablet/laptop/sma rtphone) Class Sets / COWS Adapted from the Planning and Sustaining Access to Technology Document, DEECD, 2014 - https://fuse.education.vic.gov.au/digipubs/Sustaining%20a%201to1%20Program%20in%20a%20School/Home.aspx
    • 13. Evaluating devices Adapted from the Planning and Sustaining Access to Technology Document, DEECD, 2014 - https://fuse.education.vic.gov.au/digipubs/Sustaining%20a%201to1%20Program%20in%20a%20School/Home.aspx Schools need to select a device that will be suitable for students' learning needs.
    • 14. Worldwide educational technology trends Trends taken from 2013 & 2014 K-12 Horizon Report, 2014 BETT Conference Trends, and Institute for the Future Research Paper ‘Future Work Skills 2020 Report’.
    • 15. Questions from the FLOOR?
    • 16. Time for action - In small groups and working together, answer each question as best you and your group can. - After the allocated time, move from table to table attempting to add to each previous groups responses.
    • 17. Time for reflection Thoughts, comments, other…
    • 18. Where to from here? College ICT Committee will meet and complete a first draft of a 2015 - 2017 eLearning Strategy. This will be shared with all invited attendees for feedback and
    • 19. Thank You! corrie.barclay@manorlakesp12.vic.gov.au