Sustaining the eLearning Momentum 2013Presentation Transcript
Making Connections-Linking Digitally ICTPD Cluster Sustaining the eLearning Momentum Reviewing 2012 Planning for 2013
The afternoon• Review –thinking, talking and writing about 2010 – 2012• How did you make a difference in 2012?• Thinking about 2013• Round table discussion 1 BYOT• Round table discussion 2 digital citizenship teaching ideas• Planning for 2013
Upload resources including your 2012 eLearningaction plan review
Paper and felt pens activity 1Fold your paper in halfOn the left side –How was your 2012 ICT LT release used to leadand support eLearning in your school?On the right side –What are your ideas for your school’s 2013ICT LT job description? (write phrases)
The main questions …
1. What do we value and want to strengthen?2. What do your surveys tell you?3. What’s next for your eLearning journey? What will help me • At your school do this? • For our ICT cluster Who will help me • As an eLearning leader do this?
2013Each school …• Review 2012 eLearning Action Plan• Decide on focuses for 2013 (cluster & school based)• Write 2013 action plan
Action Plan: Use 2012 national goals as a guide• Students to become successful digital citizens• Leadership of eLearning (strategic and operational)• Teacher integration of ICTs (creating an innovative and exciting learning environment for all students• Parents actively participate in their child’s learning• Educators use online environments to participate and share
Paper and felt pens 2On the left side :Brainstorm all the cluster activities and events haveyou participated in during the 3 years of the ICTPDcontract.On the right side:Which of these would you like to continue in 2013?
Round table discussion 1BYOT• Rationale and Frame work Normandale School: BYOTT (bring your own• Acceptable use policy technology trial) Up and running Term 3 2012• Infrastructure Mangaroa School: Preparing framework in Term 3 2012.• Teaching practice BYOT starts Term 1, 2013
Round table discussion 2Students as successful digital citizens
Ensuring students are• Confident and capable with ICT• ICTs are used daily to • Managing self create, participate & share • Relating to others• Keep themselves safe • Understanding• Keep others safe language symbols and• Show good etiquette and text manners • Thinking• Are honest and understand • Participating and copyright contributing• Able to critique and analyse• Problem solve - knowing what to do
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