BETT 2012:Microsoft Partners in Learning - Innovation, Inspiration and Change

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BETT 2012:Microsoft Partners in Learning - Innovation, Inspiration and Change

  1. 1. Microsoft Partners in LearningInnovation , Inspiration and Change BETT 2012 A professional development network for teachers by teachers
  2. 2. Dan Roberts@chickensaltash
  3. 3. Stuart Ball@innovativeteach
  4. 4. The NEW Partners in Learning NetworkAvailable at www.pil-network.com Available TODAY
  5. 5. LearningSuite
  6. 6. The Learning SuiteAvailable at www.pil-network.com Autocollage Worldwide Photostory 3 Live Writer Photo Gallery Telescope Community Clips Live Messenger Photosynth Bing Mouse Mischief Office Web apps Songsmith Partners in Learning Academic Search Digital Literacy Getting started Guides Kodu Network Maths 4.0 Office Add-in for Moviemaker Bing Translator Chemistry add-in Moodle
  7. 7. The Learning SuiteAvailable at www.pil-network.com
  8. 8. WorldwideTelescope
  9. 9. Bing Maps
  10. 10. Mission: Explore http://www.missionexplore.ne t/challenger/missionexplore www.missionexplore.net/
  11. 11. Photosynth
  12. 12. Partners in Learning Schools ResearchAvailable at www.pilsr.com
  13. 13. Key Research Insights from Innovative Schools
  14. 14. Key Outcomes The educators who participated in this survey have strong constructivist, student-centric pedagogical philosophies; the challenge is to put these beliefs into practice in their classrooms • educators report using innovative teaching practices such as personalized learning and collaboration exercises frequently, • they also report being limited in how much they can integrate ICT in teaching and learning because of limited access to ICT.
  15. 15. Key Outcomes Teachers and school leaders differ in what they see as the top barrier to using ICT in teaching and learning. • Teachers said the top barriers to ICT usage in teaching and learning were “Not enough computers for student use” • “Difficulty in accessing computers in labs or the library.” Both of these barriers are related to student access to technology.
  16. 16. Key Outcomes Teachers and school leaders differ in what they see as the top barrier to using ICT in teaching and learning. • School leaders’ perceptions were quite different, and focused on teachers. • They said the top barriers was “Insufficient time for teachers to prepare lessons that use ICT”. • They also report insufficient funding as a top barrier.
  17. 17. Key Outcomes Both teachers and school leaders agree that most of students have access to computers outside of school • This suggests that there is an opportunity to leverage the access that students have to computers outside of school through practices that extend learning beyond the classroom.
  18. 18. Key Outcomes• Clarified our vision through a series of student, parent and staff consultations• using specific aspects of research findings to bring about significant change• Extended the culture of innovation through personal development• Developed staff with a focus on pedagogical knowledge• Invested in our ICT infrastructure
  19. 19. Learning Suite www.pil-network.comNew Partners in Learning Network www.pil-network.comPartners in Learning Schools Research www.pilsr.com
  20. 20. Learning Suite Autology World Ltd P4 Encyclopaedia Britannica (UK) J56 Hodder Education D67 Nelson Thornes H6 Oxford University Press F110 Global Grid for Learning G3022
  21. 21. http://chickensaltash.edublogs.org/ http://blogs.msdn.com/teachers

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