Enhancing reflection on digital literacy for PGCE students session plan

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This resource was part of assessment for Secondary English PGCE course at Sheffield Hallam University and is being released with permission of its author. It accompanies the case studies produced as part of the "Digital Futures in Teacher Education"; for more information see www.digitalfutures.org
Except where indicated otherwise, the content produced within the project is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales. 

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Enhancing reflection on digital literacy for PGCE students session plan

  1. 1. Enhancing reflection on digital literacy for PGCE students session planLead Activity Resources TimeMegan Presentation: PP 10 minutes How can digital technologies engage a Year 7 class in creative writing?Tori Presentation: PP 10 minutes Exploring the role that technology would play in engaging students and enhancing learning in the English classroom.Martin Presentation: PP 10 minutes How do attitudes to technologies vary between pupil and teachers?Megan Which is the best? • Split class into 4 groups and give each group one of the technologies. • Give them time to list ideas of how their technology can be the most engaging in English. Big paper 3 minutes • Each group presents their ideas to class as a persuasive pitch. • At the end of each presentation one group gets to present one problem the technology might involve. A Timer 6 minutes member of the presenting group can try to explain how it could be avoided. • At the end each group votes for the technology that they Mini slips believe is most engaging from a pupils point of view. Envelopes 1 minute Winning team is awarded silver stars! Silver starsTori Agony Aunt • Split the class into new groups of 5. 1 minutes • Each group comes up with a problem they have Sticky notes 5 minutes encountered, or they might encounter with digital technologies. 4 seats. • Each group directs the question at the ‘technology panel’ – i.e. us! Suggestions can be offered from the rest of the group as well? 4 minutes • Questions are asked to the 3 candidates and they have to explain how you might overcome the problems.Martin What do you think? 1
  2. 2. • Explain the line to class – far side of room (Most agree PP 1 minute with); side closest to board (Least agree with). • Show statements on PP: Class to get into position based on what they think as a teacher. • Martin to question 3 people for each statement (1 from 5 minutes agree / 1 from disagree / 1 from middle.) • On a sticky note (with their names) class to write one Sticky Notes 1 minute way they really want to use technologies in their classroom as an NQT. • Select a few examples from board and get the person to 2 minutes explain WHY they want to do this – using further questioning to try and relate back to research.This resource was part of assessment for Secondary English PGCE course at Sheffield Hallam University andis being released with permission of its author. It accompanies the case studies produced as part of the"Digital Futures in Teacher Education"; for more information see www.digitalfutures.orgExcept where indicated otherwise, the content produced within the project is licensed under a CreativeCommons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales. 2

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