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  • N - what else do you need to know or find out about this idea <br /> E - excited - what excites you about this proposition <br /> S = what is your current stance or opinion on the idea or proposition? How might you move forward in your evaluation of this idea or proposition? <br /> W = What do you find worrisome about this idea or proposition?. WHat’s the downside? <br />
  • Program gathered dust on the shelf - no-one referred to it just the text <br /> oDifferent Approaches in different schools <br /> oStatic <br /> oSeparated from resources <br />
  • •Dependence on Text books <br /> oThe textbook is the syllabus – right? <br /> oThe answers are always in the back <br /> oSafe <br />
  • •Importance of involving faculty in programming <br /> oIt needs to be a collaborative document <br /> oOwernership - know where each piece fits - otherwise disjointed <br /> oI ended up writing almost all the Unit Plans at Coffs <br /> oElectronic version didn’t work <br /> oPrinted out copies <br />
  • Unit plans had resources electronically linked <br /> oBut people were using the paper versions – and links don’t work well on paper <br /> oReflection statements were tokenistic <br /> oAnnotating the programs didn’t work – no one did it <br />
  • •New curriculum offers an excuse <br /> oLine in the sand <br /> oOpportunity to rethink our pedagogy <br /> oA challenge <br /> Less time to get to know the staff and their strengths at a new school <br />
  • •A fresh approach to programming <br /> oHow good would it be if programs were truly collaborative <br /> oIf the units of work were dynamic documents with interlinked resources <br /> oIf the documents were useful! <br /> oLearn from my previous mistakes <br /> oUnfortunately the BoS programming tool doesn’t yet allow true collaboration <br /> o <br />
  • •Scope and Sequence generated by a team of 3 <br /> oA long term staff member <br /> oA newly qualified teacher (retrained engineer) <br /> oA teacher with experience but new to the school <br /> oGiven free reign – with no reference to the textbook! <br />
  • •Use of Program builder <br /> oVery easy to generate scope and sequence - even colour coded for different strands <br /> oNice to produce templates into which outcomes and descriptors are automatically generated <br /> oTemplate customisabliity – we included Inquiry questions <br /> oExport format a bit icky <br />
  • •Set Up of [email_address] - Google Drive account <br /> oNot waiting for rollout across DEC <br /> oWill be easy to transfer to Google Apps in DEC – hopefully! <br /> oAll staff created their own gmail acouunt (If they didn’t have one) <br /> oA structural outline created <br /> oUnits generated from Program Builder reformatted, uploaded, and covereted to Google Docs <br />
  • Device neutral - kinda (can’t edit tables on iPhone/ ipad) <br /> True collaborative environment <br />
  • Experience Line….. <br />
  • •Staff nominated which unit they wanted to create for Year 7 <br /> oThe first thing many did was pull out the textbook! <br /> oRedirected back to the syllabus <br /> oI have produced instructional videos on how to upload files and link to them from within the program <br /> oWarning Google Drive doesn’t really work on IE8 – was on most of our staffroom computers! Solution get the local administrator password and install Chrome! <br />
  • •Many year 7 units are now finished! (so I have been told!) <br /> oNow for Year 9, Year 8 & Year 10 <br /> oNext phase is to get people looking at each other’s work and adding to the ideas & resources <br /> oConcept of Learning Activities – individual teacher planning choosing activities from within the unit that suit the learning needs of their class <br />
  • oOf, For and As learning <br /> oWe included this in our assessment overview to allow an easy Gap analysis of where we are focusing on predominately one type of assessment <br /> oNeeds a change in pedagogy and focus to succeed <br />
  • N - what else do you need to know or find out about this idea <br /> E - excited - what excites you about this proposition <br /> S = what is your current stance or opinion on the idea or proposition? How might you move forward in your evaluation of this idea or proposition? <br /> W = What do you find worrisome about this idea or proposition?. WHat’s the downside? <br />

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  • Collaborative Programming Simon Borgert Head Teacher Mathematics Killara High School (& casual snake handler)
  • Herding Cats?
  • What have been your recent experiences with programming in your KLA? Think / Pair / Share
  • Resource s
  • NSW for the SYLLABUS Australian Curriculum
  • Use familiar tools!
  • Old Pedagogy u c i r t s u A a r m u l r u C n 2014 a li 21st Century Learner
  • A new scope and sequence I’ve been I’ve been teaching for teaching for quite a while quite a while @killarahs @killarahs I’m pretty new to I’m pretty new to teaching teaching I’m new but teaching for a I’m new but teaching for a while while HT - I’ll just hang around HT - I’ll just hang around
  • ≠ RHS = killarahighmaths Google Drive
  • But……. • Why Google Drive and not on school server? • Is it secure? • Aren’t Google Apps coming to DEC?
  • ≠ Google
  • Assessment for learning as learning of learning @simonborgert simonborgert@gmail.com
  • Plus Minus Interesting Thoughts?