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A strategy for the terrified

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Presentation for RSC-YH Summer conference 2013

Presentation for RSC-YH Summer conference 2013

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  • 1. Inspiring thee-terrified!Approaches to developingan e-learning vision
  • 2. Objectives Identify and share strategies for engaginga wider range of teachers in e-learning Sharing your experiences and ideas
  • 3. What are you hoping to getfrom the session? My Biggest Problem is…sheet
  • 4. What have we been doing?The History and Structure A Teaching and E-learning ImprovementManager and a Library Manager workingclosely together Band B for Digital Literacy in each School E-Learning Team with a focus on staffdevelopment, training and support Teaching and Learning Coaches, developingtheir confidence in e-learning, working intandem with Band Bs Recently developed an e-learning strategygroup
  • 5. What are we doing for Staff?The “Small Change” concept Small Change – Big Difference and SmallChange Reloaded Small Change Moodle page “How to..” sessions for TLCs Moodle page for Band Bs to exchange bestpractice - under development E-learning team, TLCs and Band Bs workingtogether Shared Moodle page resource for all our“change agents”
  • 6. What are we working on forstudents? Blended and On-line Learning Projects (MathsGCSE, Advanced Apprenticeships) Film projects that have promoted reflectivepractice in our joinery students and supportedsustainability and employability Library and Learning e-Resources (e-books) QR codes and Augmented Reality Moodle Developments –DigitalLiteracy Student Entitlement Moodle Page of the Month
  • 7. What are we proud of? Film Projects- LSIS Best Practice Improvements in Moodle developments Increased use of on-line resources- staffbeing brave! Coaches being really brave- using Jing,using Twitter, developing their Moodles Hosting JISC Road Shows
  • 8. What’s left to do?Film projects- disseminating a model thatworks for psychomotor learning. QR codesand augmented reality!Continuing use of coaching as a tool tobuild confidence and ownership of changeThe PlaypenStudent Leaders for e-Learning
  • 9. Problem solving circles
  • 10. Any questions?

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