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  • Hemi - Karakia, himene, brief welcome All to introduce ourselves The rest - to introduce themselves
  • Session 1:A Hemi House Keeping Wharepaku - emergency exits - expense claims - we've tried to account for most things - require reimbursement - we have a form that you will require to fill out. Hardcopies available today - or if you wish we can email to you Timetable - fluid and flexible Wonderings - sticky notes on tables - throughout the sessions, breaks if there is something you are still wondering about things - write on sticky note and put on the "Wonderings" sheet on wall. One of us will respond to it as soon as practicable - invite people to record wonderings, thoughts, clarifications required at end of each session - record on stickies - facilitation team will gather analyse and will aim to respond before the end of the session or before the end of the day
  • Session 1:B Daph Govt drive and what we know Māori achieving success as Māori Raising student achievement MoE focus - knowledge, competencies, values in a digital world (as per background paper) - e-Learning & ICT use in learning Ministry initiatives - UFBIS, SNUP - how these will contribute to eLearning& ICT use in schools (reference MoE Statement of Intent 2011)
  • Session 1:C Kathe to explain Share Liz’s... ‘A picture tells a 1,000 words’ diagram
  • Session 1:D Kathe • why was an eLPF crafted • history behind the research, expert group, design team, crafting this doc etc • highlight that each of these dimensions and phases had hours of research and dialogue around the intent, rigor, purpose • emphasise that we need to consider a strong Māori lens and voice in this document so that this resonates with all MM learning environments **Bit from contract variation The purpose of this contract is to develop the e-Maturity Framework(e-Learning Planning Framework) , principal and teacher planning and practice frameworks for the effective integration of ICT into learning and teaching. These frameworks will be based on the principles of capability maturity models (CMM) and supported by the creation of exemplar resources. A self-review tool – gather evidence about practice A road map – building e-learning capability Evaluative tool Dimensions – 5 – Leadership & Strategic direction, Prof dev, Teaching & learning, Technologies & infrastructure, Beyond the classroom
  • Session 1: F
  • Session 1: G Daph Video clip : Karen in the Enabling e-Learning website Discuss thoughts around this in pairs/teams Feedback, wonderings here?
  • Session 1: H Kathe background info doc - link Findings document Discuss any queries, wonderings that have formulated from reading this document
  • Session 2 :A Kathe (15 mins) Kutarere vid link - vid clip 2: Activity Choose a dimension this video clip would align with Decide which phase it would best fit View the possible next steps Decide the actions to shifting/progressing further Evidence to gather??? (The sheets/templates that these are being written on will/can be gathered for evidence-KT) YES
  • Session 2:B Kathe (45 mins) eLPF doc - Activities 1) e Learning Planning Framework: Using a the latest eLPF version: plot in each dimension and at each phase, where you would place yourself/institute/team Identify your next steps 2) Strategic Plan Using an Inquiry template Discuss and plot your next steps into the template provided *Feedback The plan will be incomplete however, a sense of what/how this will progress learning, knowledge and understanding, should be gleaned from the above exercise Initial thoughts in regard to the process of......identification, next steps, strategic planning
  • Session 3:A Daph/Brett In pairs/teams review a dimension identify any areas that need to have more information added/deleted pose queries, wonderings record these in the corresponding tables that are provided PMI: Each pair/team to feedback their initial thinking in a PMR frame Positives - Minus - Recommendations
  • Session 3: B Kathe Outline of the rationale behind piloting this framework Why pilot? to identify any further areas to be considered once this doc has been put in to action the MeLPF needs to be useful, accurate, purposeful and relevant further feedback will be asked for by participating kura at the end of the pilot
  • Session 3:C Kathe Early information and preparation Term 2 : MeLPF draft is ready for use Mid term 2: Pilot project commences Term 3: Pilot is completed Mid term 4: Findings are collated and used to inform any adaptations to the draft MeLPF End term 4: Ohu Matua & Ohu Whaiti are invited back for a F2F hui to view the findings prior to a published and final version being presented to MoE
  • MMeLPF Wānanga presentation

    1. 1. Māori e-Learning Planning Framework (MeLPF) Ohu Mātua & Ohu Whāiti Hui
    2. 2. Hei TīmatangaKarakia/whakawhanaunga• House Keeping• Timeframes are fluid & flexible • 9-10.30: Session 1 -Setting the scene • 10.30-10.55: Morning tea • 11-12.30: Session 2 -Familiarity with the eLPF • 12.30 - 1.15: Lunch • 1.15-2.30: Session 3 -MeLPF designing• Wonderings & reflections
    3. 3. Setting the Scene - Why?• Why an e-Learning planning framework? • Government class education system • Māori achieving success as Māori • Raising student achievement • e-Learning & ICT use in learning • Ministry initiatives – UFBiS, SNUP, contribution to e-Learning in schools
    4. 4. Setting the Scene - Why?
    5. 5. Setting the scene: An Introduction to eLPFHistory of developmentPurpose - To support schools & teachers in building e- Learning capability• A self review tool, road map, evaluative tool• Advisory, design, research teams• Each dimension - research, intent, rigor, purpose….
    6. 6. Supporting the e-Learning Planning Framework• Enabling e-Learning website• See the eLPF in this space• Content and resources being added
    7. 7. Setting the Scene : Knowledge &deeper understanding• Video Clip - Karen Melhuish • The eLearning Planning Framework • Thoughts? • Wonderings??
    8. 8. Setting the Scene: eLPF Summary document• Background info document • Queries? • Wonderings? • Clarifications?
    9. 9. Familiarity: A real life situation• Video Clip - Te Kura o Kutarere • The benefits of connecting with the community• Video clip - Te Kura o Kutarere • Using storybird to improve literacy
    10. 10. Familiarity: Using the tool• e-Learning Planning Framework• Strategic Plan / Action plan activity
    11. 11. MeLPF: Identify gaps....• Activity:• In pairs - move around the room and: • Review a dimension • Record your thoughts on the PMI• Feedback • each pair are invited to report back on a dimension
    12. 12. MeLPF: Pilot• MeLPF needs to be useful, accurate, relevant• Invitation to schools to participate in trialling• Identify any areas of need, concern• provide additional feedback
    13. 13. MeLPF: Looking ahead• Term 2 - 2012 • MeLPF draft is ready for use • Pilot project commences• Term 3 - 2012 • Pilot is completed• Term 4 - 2012 • Findings collated and used to inform any adaptations to draft MeLPF • Ohu Matua & Ohu Whaiti meeting, review draft version
    14. 14. Contact: Name: Kathe Tawhiwhirangi Job Title: Project Manger MeLPF Tel: 021527004Email: