iPad e-Learning Pilot Project
for
11
for
Sham Shui Po Kaifong Welfare Association
Primary School
Project Team Sharing Sess...
Objectives
1. Brief and thanks the team for the outcomes achieved
(against the objectives / planned outcomes)
2. Collect c...
Fast-Track on e-Learning Development
Primary School Sharing Session
PART 1
Report Achievements
33
Report Achievements
&
Co...
Project Outcomes
1. Conducted 3 training / co-plan sessions to introduced 10+ common apps
and covered T&L activities for 1...
Problems Encountered
1. Scheduled Quiz in Edmodo did not show up
2. Edmodo login problem / long login time
3. Explain Ever...
Merits
1. Efficient switching of classroom setting and efficient distribution of iPad
2. Very good pair work
3. Very good ...
Questions
• What will you do in the same way if you start
the project again?
• What will you do differently if you start t...
Findings from Student
Questionnaire Responses
• Usage of report
• Findings - Student
• Findings - Parent
8
• Findings - Pa...
Fast-Track on e-Learning Development
Primary School Sharing Session
PART 2
99
Prepare for 3/Jul Sharing
1. Project Background – Jeff [3 min]
2. Use of Apps – Jeff / Nic [15 min]
– Focus on process apps
10
– Explain Everything,...
Fast-Track on e-Learning Development
Primary School Sharing Session
PART 3
1111
Provide Inputs to e-Learning Roadmap
Medium to Longer Term (Coming 2 – 5 years)
– Game-Based Learning
– Personal Learning Environments
– Learning Analytics
– O...
Education Trends
10 TRENDs: Change in learning dynamics - Learning happens any where, any
time, any interaction, and any d...
Potential Initiatives
1. Outdoor e-Learning activities
2. Cross-school Community of Practice (COP)
3. Students and parents...
Envisage our Future
Setting Target and Roadmapping
Set the target e-Learning level and
identify gaps.
15
Shape the roadmap...
E-Learning Roadmap
Track 1 (Infra & Supp) and Track 2 (KLAs)
2013
Q3 Q4
2014
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
2015
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
2016
Q1
Renovate...
E-Learning Roadmap
Track 3 (PTA) and Track 4 (Publishers)
2013
Q3 Q4
2014
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
2015
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4
2016
Q1 Q2
Parent
W...
KLA Track: Target Setting
• Current and Target State
Class Level 4 Class Level 5 Class Level 6
End of Year Chi Eng Math GS...
KLA Track: Target Setting
• Current and Target State
Class Level 1 Class Level 2 Class Level 3
End of Year Chi Eng Math GS...
Not started: No adoption of e-Learning elements
Acquiring: Evidence of utilizing e-Learning elements in limited number of
...
Thank You
21
Thank You
Please remember to fill in the
questionnaire for teachers
22
Appendix
23
Recommendations after Lesson
Observation (28 & 29/5)
1. Bigger task for self-pace / plus optional tasks
2. For new/ diffic...
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  1. 1. iPad e-Learning Pilot Project for 11 for Sham Shui Po Kaifong Welfare Association Primary School Project Team Sharing Session 28th June, 2013 Enquiry: info@weborganic.hk WebSite: WebOrganic.hk
  2. 2. Objectives 1. Brief and thanks the team for the outcomes achieved (against the objectives / planned outcomes) 2. Collect comments and suggestions from the team 3. Prepare for 3/Jul sharing with other teachers 4. Discuss and provide inputs to e-Learning roadmap 2 4. Discuss and provide inputs to e-Learning roadmap
  3. 3. Fast-Track on e-Learning Development Primary School Sharing Session PART 1 Report Achievements 33 Report Achievements & Collect Feedback
  4. 4. Project Outcomes 1. Conducted 3 training / co-plan sessions to introduced 10+ common apps and covered T&L activities for 1 Math module 2. Conducted 1 IT lesson as preparation 3. Conducted 6 Math lessons using iPad (within a 2-week try-out period) – with Principal, Vice Principal and other teachers conducted informal lesson observation 4 – with Principal, Vice Principal and other teachers conducted informal lesson observation 4. Integrate 3 lesson plans with 4 iPad apps for T&L activities 5. Produced 240 minutes of video clips for future training 6. Created 2 promotion video clips for school promotion 7. Identified that parents are more interested in topics like Internet safety, IT literacy, computer basics, and iPad usage.
  5. 5. Problems Encountered 1. Scheduled Quiz in Edmodo did not show up 2. Edmodo login problem / long login time 3. Explain Everything linked to previous Dropbox account 4. Students could not export Explain Everything videos / deleted their work mistakenly 5 mistakenly 5. Long export time from Explain Everything 6. Students could not open Lino board (because of duplicate name) 7. Unable to project teacher’s iPad screen 8. Some students disengaged when teacher was talking 9. More…. <To be discussed>
  6. 6. Merits 1. Efficient switching of classroom setting and efficient distribution of iPad 2. Very good pair work 3. Very good preparation of work (PowerPoint / Edmodo / Voxel / Lino) 4. Very good use of Edmodo in synchronizing teaching pace 6 5. Very good use of Lino to let students see each other’s work 6. Very good use of Dropbox for dispatching info and collecting results 7. Very good teacher support (IT lesson as foundation) 8. Good preparation of TSS/TA 9. TSS quickly resolve screen projection problem / setup of iPad 10.Excellent atmosphere
  7. 7. Questions • What will you do in the same way if you start the project again? • What will you do differently if you start the 7 • What will you do differently if you start the project again?
  8. 8. Findings from Student Questionnaire Responses • Usage of report • Findings - Student • Findings - Parent 8 • Findings - Parent • Actions for schools
  9. 9. Fast-Track on e-Learning Development Primary School Sharing Session PART 2 99 Prepare for 3/Jul Sharing
  10. 10. 1. Project Background – Jeff [3 min] 2. Use of Apps – Jeff / Nic [15 min] – Focus on process apps 10 – Explain Everything, Edmodo, Dropbox, Lino, Voxel 3. Teacher Sharing – Ms. Ng / Mr. Lee [15 / 3 min] with video clips (2 x 3 min) 4. Project Findings – Ms. Lee [3 min] 5. e-Learning Prospects – Ms. Cheung [3 min] 6. Q&A
  11. 11. Fast-Track on e-Learning Development Primary School Sharing Session PART 3 1111 Provide Inputs to e-Learning Roadmap
  12. 12. Medium to Longer Term (Coming 2 – 5 years) – Game-Based Learning – Personal Learning Environments – Learning Analytics – Open Contents – Augmented Reality (AR) Natural Human Interfaces Education Trends 12 – Natural Human Interfaces
  13. 13. Education Trends 10 TRENDs: Change in learning dynamics - Learning happens any where, any time, any interaction, and any direction 1. Teacher-centric Student-centric (Cater learner’s diversity) 2. Single measurement Multi-dimensional assessment (Holistic assessment) 3. One-directional (spoon-feeding) Bi-directional / Multi-directional – Student learns from other students (SS) 13 – Student learns from other students (SS) – Teacher learns from students (ST) – Parent learns from students (SP) 4. Individual Group collaboration (incl. cross-geographic) 5. Inside school (class) Outside school (class) / Cross-school (local & global) 6. During school time (using MMLC) Beyond school time (Student’s own device) 7. Structured / Formal Explorative (Problem-based) / Social (Game-based) 8. Off-line (paper-based) On-line (Internet/ Social media network) 9. Knowledge is king Creativity is king 10. Text-based Video-based
  14. 14. Potential Initiatives 1. Outdoor e-Learning activities 2. Cross-school Community of Practice (COP) 3. Students and parents workshop on IT literacy 4. Social media communication with parents 14 4. Social media communication with parents 5. Study on student / parent’s ICT environment (e.g. computer’s power, speed of Internet access) at home 6. BYOD month 7. Advanced workshop on Edmodo 8. Flip the classroom (on-line digital content) 9. Open lessons – parents / teachers from other schools 10. Regional exchange on e-Learning
  15. 15. Envisage our Future Setting Target and Roadmapping Set the target e-Learning level and identify gaps. 15 Shape the roadmap and identify projects to bridge the gaps. Discuss with key stakeholders.
  16. 16. E-Learning Roadmap Track 1 (Infra & Supp) and Track 2 (KLAs) 2013 Q3 Q4 2014 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 2015 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 2016 Q1 Renovate Classroom Set up Student Support Centre Q2 Upgrade MMLC Upgrade Network Renovate Classroom Acquire iPad 1616 Support Centre Teacher Training & Dev P.5 Eng Materials Establish e-Learning Research Team Teacher Training & Dev P.5 GS Materials Teacher Training & Dev P.3/4 Chi Materials Teacher Training & Dev P.3/4 Eng Materials Teacher Training & Dev P.3/4 GS Materials Teacher Training & Dev P.5/6 Chi Materials iPad Teacher Training & Dev P.6 Eng Materials Teacher Training & Dev P.5 Chi Materials Teacher Training & Dev P.5 Math Materials Teacher Training & Dev P.3/4 Math Materials Teacher Training & Dev P.6 Math Materials
  17. 17. E-Learning Roadmap Track 3 (PTA) and Track 4 (Publishers) 2013 Q3 Q4 2014 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 2015 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 2016 Q1 Q2 Parent Workshop P.5 Open P.5 Parent Workshop P.3 Parent Workshop P.3/4 Parent Workshop P.4 Open P.4 e-School Bag Project Draft 1717 Conduct Pilot Project with Publish P.5 Open Lesson Collect e-Learning Progress from Publisher s P.4 Open Lesson Establish PTA e-Learning Task Force
  18. 18. KLA Track: Target Setting • Current and Target State Class Level 4 Class Level 5 Class Level 6 End of Year Chi Eng Math GS Chi Eng Math GS Chi Eng Math GS 2012/13 18 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 Remarks Identify potentials for other subjects like music Identify potentials for outdoor activities Identify potentials for project work. Prepare them for secondary school work.
  19. 19. KLA Track: Target Setting • Current and Target State Class Level 1 Class Level 2 Class Level 3 End of Year Chi Eng Math GS Chi Eng Math GS Chi Eng Math GS 2012/13 19 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15 2015/16 Remarks Cultivate IT Literacy. Cultivate IT Literacy. Cultivate IT Literacy. Parent’s day to let parent understand school’s adoption of IT in education.
  20. 20. Not started: No adoption of e-Learning elements Acquiring: Evidence of utilizing e-Learning elements in limited number of topics occasionally. Usually learning happens in classroom and Legend 20 topics occasionally. Usually learning happens in classroom and infrequent use at home. Mastering: Evidence of systematic use of e-Learning elements in majority learning activities. Usually learning happens in classroom and at home with occasional use in outside campus activities. Optimizing: Evidence of strong integration between e-Learning elements and curriculum. Regular acquisition of new e-Learning elements from market and discharge of un-suitable elements. Leading: Evidence of innovative use and creation of e-Learning elements and tools. Regular sharing with other local and international education professionals, media and stakeholders.
  21. 21. Thank You 21 Thank You Please remember to fill in the questionnaire for teachers
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  23. 23. Appendix 23
  24. 24. Recommendations after Lesson Observation (28 & 29/5) 1. Bigger task for self-pace / plus optional tasks 2. For new/ difficult task, recommend to have bigger group (let students to help each other) 3. For pair work, set “driver seat” and “navigator seat” to reduce shadowing effect 4. Use of Edmodo (instead of Lino) for sharing static information for individual 5. Use of a single Lino board (instead of multiple) for easy navigation and better atmosphere 24 atmosphere 6. Use of Explain Everything for more creative tasks (practice speaking through explaining concepts and ideas) 7. For time critical tasks (e.g. quiz), schedule it to appear and prepare for contingency 8. For quiz, if not for continuous assessment (i.e. sandbox style for guess and check), could use anonymous access (e.g. NearPod) to reduce potentials of discouraging students 9. For dis-engaged student, could use NearPod for synchronizing screens of students’ iPads and set classwork 10.For Dropbox folder structure, need to open appropriate sub-folders for easy management and easy access

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