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  • Sharereflections, Learning stories,Challenges and opportunities afforded by e-learning.
  • ICT into teaching practice.We aim to inspire. Using ICT required a mindshift towards innovative practice and the risk of uisng the unknown & perhaps failure.picture http://debralarson.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/MindShift.jpgEngagement to enhance ..St Centred..Thru ICT
  • Range of confidence levels
  • AM
  • Our action plan goals
  • Courses within each group. Each course – Moodle page & ICT in 1-2 units. Culture of trialling & sharing in Option classes
  • ICTPD Workshops – learning the what, how and why of tools.Picture reference: http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRQzDtESEGUO36l9caxFm-dMkVbNqJMKndk2_XClbu-l4lg9DHP Towardsonline learning environment – that is Interactive, will engage students/be student-centred.
  • ChecklistNotes: Into units, Standard headings,Course name (Heading 1)Resources: Course OutlineBlocks - upcoming speaker, events, resources/books– Also Random Glossary Entry Block e.g. website/quote of day, terms & definitions Labels (pics)
  • Note: Standard headingsUnit names (Heading 2);Unit outline i.e. we will be covering…Resources: Upload files/webpages, Handouts,Articles for reading,Power points shown in classATTRACTIVE - LabelsUpload files / Use webpages Advertise events
  • Standardised
  • We interpreted the Teaching as Inquiry process and made it our own in HPE.
  • Page set-up now onto Teaching as Inquiry
  • Thinking skills
  • MyPortfoilo to come
  • Communicate with teachers, parents and peers to support their learning through instant access to their student emailAnytime, anywhere access to unlimited resources and information on the internet (Reference: Claire Amos)
  • Anytime, anywhere access to class resources, support and extension activities through Moodle (Reference: Claire Amos)
  • YouTube clips embedded into googlesite.e.g. Good Will Hunting clip to look at issues around abuse.
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92D15qtI_Gk
  • technique
  • Summary. NB: continual loop of reflect, modify, implement; i.e. units developed throughout the year.
  • Teacher feedback, shared experiences – during & end unitStudent voice – formal & informal + teacher observationsInformed unit modification
  • Extra bonuses – netbook for ideas & music; watching to remind us of dance.
  • Extra bonuses – netbook for ideas & music; watching to remind us of dance.
  • We’ve started
  • Knowledge net pres 22 sept 2

    1. 1. Moodling, Googling & more in Health & PE Natasha Low, eMentor, Health & PE teacher My Portfolio Google apps Moodle
    2. 2. Acknowledgements• Health & PE staff• Claire Amos, eLearning Director• ICT PD contract• TKI, Ministry of Education Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    3. 3. Overarching Goals Student EngagementIntegrating ICT into our teaching & learning Innovative & exciting learning environmentStudent LearningCentred RelationshipsLearning Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    4. 4. Integrating effective ICT into our teaching and learningOur Learning Story• Our Process & Structure in Health & PE• Using Moodle as a ‘base’ – Page development – Connecting• What next ? – Interactive – Practical and mobile nature of PE Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    5. 5. Our Process Using Teaching as Inquiry to produce an eLearning Action Plan Teaching Inquiry Teaching & Learning Focusing Learning Inquiry InquiryNB: Modified picture from http://nzcurriculum.tki.org.nz/Curriculum-stories/Case-studies/Inquiry/Teaching-as-inquiry Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    6. 6. Our Action Plan (Health & PE)Online Learning Environment Moodle Course pages Teaching & learning strategies supported by ICT Online Learning Environment Moodle Interactive
    7. 7. Ourstructure Our Structure Year 10 Year 9Year 9 Year 10 4 groups Junior PE Junior Health Senior PE Senior Health Year 11 Year 12 Year 11 Year 12 + Teachers of Option Health & Option PE Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    8. 8. Moodle as aa ‘base’ Moodle as “base” Moodle Resources & Activities Links to Google Apps & web-based resources Stages of page development Informative Attractive Interactive- Resources - Images - Forums- Course outline - Labels - Wikis- Worksheets - Blocks - Google apps for- Advertise events - YouTube clips collaboration Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    9. 9. Page developmentInformative Attractive
    10. 10. Informative Page development Attractive Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    11. 11. Page checklist• Course name (Heading 1)• Unit names (Heading 2)• Unit outline i.e. we will be covering…Resources• Year outline e.g. content, expectations• Year calendar e.g. assessment dates, guest speakers• Unit calendar e.g. checkpoint dates.• Handouts• Articles for reading• Power points shown in class
    12. 12. Notes– Students may choose to view page • To get a feel for the course– Teacher may direct students to page • To source resources, to contribute– Keep page up-to-date • Don’t put too much on the page that requires updating • When you change something, e.g. assessment dates – update it in Moodle (Hint: use a webpage instead of uploading a word doc)
    13. 13. Teaching Inquiry: What tools & Focusing Inquiry: strategies ?? Student needs ?? How ? Learning Inquiry: What happened ?? Teaching & learning strategies What next ?? supported by ICT Teaching & Learning: Teaching as Inquiry What & when ?
    14. 14. Focusing Inquiry What are the student needs? Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    15. 15. 2011 Student Outcomes 2012 Effective Pedagogy Inform e-Learning Action PlanCollaboration Differentiation Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    16. 16. Student outcomes ICT tools & strategiesStudent outcomes ICT ExampleReflection Google docs Year 9 PE - Fitness logs Google form Year 11 PE - participation logs (AS 1.1) Flip cameras Year 9 & 10 PE – Dance Heart rate monitors Junior PE – Fitness unitsCollaboration Google Apps Year 9 Health – TobaccoPresentation Google presentation Year 9 Health – Tobacco research Flip camera Year 9 Health – Tobacco (extension)Feedback Flip camera Year 9 & 10 PE – Dance Video server Year 10 PE – Dance Google form Year 9 PE – Dance, at end of unitAnalysis Flip camera Year 9 & 10 - Dance Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    17. 17. Teaching Inquiry What ICT tools & strategieswill help us achieve our focus? How? Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    18. 18. ICT tools and strategies we focus on My Portfolio Google apps Moodle Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    19. 19. ICT tools & strategies Heart rate Google monitors form REFLECTION PRESENTATION Junior PE Year 11 PE - participation– Fitness units logs (AS 1.1) Google Flip Google Flip doc presentation cameras cameras Year 9 PE - Fitness logs Year 9 & 10 PE – Dance Year 9 Health Year 9 Health – Tobacco research – Tobacco research (extension) Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    20. 20. ICT tools & strategies FEEDBACK COLLABORATION Flip Google cameras form ANALYSISYear 9 & 10 PE Year 9 PE – Dance Video – Dance, Google server at end of unit Apps Year 10 PE Flip – Dance Year 9 Health cameras – Tobacco Year 9 & 10 PE – Dance Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    21. 21. ICT tools & strategies ICT tools & strategiesFor student ICT ExampleReflection Google docs Year 9 PE - Fitness logs Google form Year 11 PE - participation logs (AS 1.1) Flip cameras Year 9 & 10 PE – Dance Heart rate monitors Junior PE – Fitness unitsCollaboration Google Apps Year 9 Health – TobaccoPresentation Google presentation Year 9 Health – Tobacco research Flip camera Year 9 Health – Tobacco (extension)Feedback Flip camera Year 9 & 10 PE – Dance Video server Year 10 PE – Dance Google form Year 9 PE – Dance, at end of unitAnalysis Flip camera Year 9 & 10 - Dance Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    22. 22. 1:1 Student Owned Devices
    23. 23. Teaching & Learning What & when? Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    24. 24. Teaching & Learning strategies supported by ICT Steps 4-6: up-skill, workshops, trial, reflect
    25. 25. Moodle as a ‘base’ Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    26. 26. Moodle as a ‘base’ Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    27. 27. Google Apps Good for collaborative work - sharing ICT For Example Google doc Reflection + Sharing Year 9 Fitness logs Google form Reflection + Sharing Year 11 participation logs (AS 1.1) Feedback Student feedback at the end of a unit Google presentation Collaboration + Year 9 Tobacco unit Presentation Google site Sharing Youtube Movie clips e.g. year 12 links Health KOS unitIntroduction to Google Docs: Google Docs in Plain English http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eRqUE6IHTEA Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    28. 28. For Inspiration – Videos, Movie clips e.g. Year 11 Dance, Year 12 KOSNatasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
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    32. 32. Page development Interactive
    33. 33. Link to websites, e.g. articles on the web
    34. 34. Career development e.g. year 11 & 12 HealthNatasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    35. 35. Also Reflection (collect and compare) e.g. Fitness unitsNatasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    36. 36. Flip cameraTo record & viewe.g. Dance units -To analyse group performance
    37. 37. eLearning Action Plan in Health & PE from Teaching as Inquiry processTeaching as When Health & PE What/HowInquiry cycle ActionsFocusing Inquiry Term 1 1. Plan ICT in units 2. Develop Moodle pagesTeaching Inquiry 3. ShareTeaching & Term 2-4 4. Up skill WorkshopsLearning 5. Implement TrialLearning Inquiry 6. Reflect Share 7. ModifyLearning Inquiry Term 3-4 Reflect, Share ICT in units & Modify Moodle pages Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    38. 38. Learning Inquiry1. What happened as aresult of the teaching? Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    39. 39. Which tools helped you to bemore engaged in this unit? Student feedback• Vado (flip) cameras• Internet capable devices e.g. netbook, teacher laptop Student engagement• Projector• Other:____________ “ Internet & the music helped us to get into the mood & think of more creative ways to “ They helped express our fairytale ” us get our music ” Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    40. 40. Which tools helped you to bemore engaged in this unit? Student feedback• Vado (flip) cameras• Internet capable devices e.g. netbook, teacher laptop• Projector• Other:____________ “ Vado helped us because when we forgot about what to do in our dance we could “ They let us watch the clip that we practice to the recorded to jog our mind ” music playing so it was better ” Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    41. 41. Learning Inquiry 2. What are theimplications for future teaching? Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    42. 42. What’s next?• Keep / drop / modify use of ICT in unitsMoodle• Forums, Assignments• Wikis, Blogs• Using Groups Interactive• RSS feeds• Teacher pagesGet help at: Moodle.org, http://demo.moodle.org
    43. 43. InteractiveForum for discussion
    44. 44. What’s next?• Keep / drop / modify use of ICT in units – Is the tool/strategy effective?• Verbal assessment – record, store, share• Reflection e.g. journal? MyPortfolio?
    45. 45. What’s next?• Practical & mobile – ipads & apps !! – Further performance analysis - Motor skills - Strategic game play - Exploring anatomy Towards an innovative & exciting learning environment Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    46. 46. Contact• Natasha Low• Epsom Girls Grammar School• lw@eggs.school.nz• @NatashaLowNZ• http://natashalownz.blogspot.co.nz/Feel free to contact meI’m happy to share and collaborate Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    47. 47. ICT tools & strategies Links through MoodleICT For ExampleFlip camera Analysis, reflection, Year 9 & 10 Dance assessment, feedbackFlip camera Presentation Year 11 DrugsVideo server Feedback Year 10 DanceHeart rate monitors Reflection (collect and Fitness compare)Dreamcatcher Career development Year 11 & 12 HealthYouTube Inspiration Year 11 Dance - Videos Year 12 KOS - Movie clipsInternet - Access information - Careers websites - Investigation - Research e.g. Drugs Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012
    48. 48. Google Apps Good for collaborative work - sharingICT For ExampleGoogle doc Reflection + Sharing Year 9 Fitness logsGoogle form Reflection + Sharing Year 11 participation logs (AS 1.1) Feedback Student feedback at the end of a unitGoogle presentation Collaboration + Year 9 Tobacco unit PresentationGoogle site Sharing Youtube Movie clips e.g. year 12 links Health KOS unit Natasha Low Epsom Girls (EGGS) 2012

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