DED107 Session01

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  • 1. DED107 ICT for Meaningful Learning
  • 2.
    • Attendance: Sign in!
    • Prepare a large name tag
    • Browse wiki: http://ict-course.pbworks.com
    • Sign in to Edmodo: http://edmodo.com (join code: mrue53)
  • 3. Tutor introduction
    • Name: Dr Ashley Tan
    • Office: NIE 5-B2-24
    • Email: [email_address] (send invites to [email_address] )
    • Tel: 6790-3265
    Read this QR code http://bit.ly/get-inigma
  • 4. Session 1 overview
    • Course introduction + platforms
    • Overview of key dimensions of meaningful learning
  • 5. Ice-breaker
    • Log in to Edmodo ; create poll
    • Introduce yourself
      • What did you do before joining NIE?
      • Why teach?
    • Take “two truths, one lie” polls
    • Optional: Install the Edmodo app http://bit.ly/edmodoapp
  • 6. Edmodo
    • Facebook for educators
    • Our use
      • Social learning and sharing
      • Announcements, messaging
      • One-minute reflections
      • Assignment submission?
      • Others
  • 7. Edmodo settings select all
  • 8. LST e-Learning Hub
    • URL: http://ecl.lst.nie.edu.sg/lstelearn/Jul2011/index.php
    • Requires prior log in to NIE Portal
  • 9. ICT course wiki
    • URL: http://ict-course.pbworks.com
    • Check your email & set up accounts
    • Using the wiki
    • Course outline
  • 10. Schedule Week Topic Remark 1
    • Overview of Meaningful Learning
    • Engaging Students ’ Prior Knowledge
    2
    • Detailed discussions of:
    • Learning by Doing
    • Use of Real-World Contexts
    • Self-Directed Learning (SDL)
    • Collaborative Learning (CoL)
    3 Lesson Planning & Instructional Approaches 4-6 TEL I Week 6: Submission of Artefact 1 7-10 TEL II Week 10: Submission of Artefact 2 11-13 TEL III Week 11: Submission of Individual Assignment Week 13: Submission of Artefact 3
  • 11. Dimensions of meaningful learning
    • Engagement of students ’prior knowledge
    • Use of real-world contexts
    • Learning by doing
    • Self-directed learning (SDL)
    • Collaborative learning (CoL)
  • 12. Activity 1
    • Get into groups of 4-5 people
    • Update class wiki page with e-portfolio and blog URLs
    • Invite your tutor & group mates to read your Google blog (see ESE/Pre-Session 1 activities)
    • Tutor will take photos of groups
  • 13. ESE/Pre-Session 1
    • What are your views about:
      • Current use of ICT in schools
      • Achievements of Masterplans 1 to 3
      • Your role as a beginning teacher wrt using ICT for teaching and learning
  • 14. Discussion
    • Go to LinoIt
    • Post your views:
      • What makes a learning experience meaningful to you?
      • What kind of learning is meaningful to children and youth today?
      • What most excites or worries you most about the ICT course?
  • 15. Preparation for Reciprocal Teaching (RT)
    • Form groups of five
    • Access the e-learning hub before Session 2
  • 16. Preparation for Reciprocal Teaching (RT)
    • Each group will
      • read the topic of engaging prior knowledge
      • focus on one other assigned dimension of meaningful learning
  • 17. Preparation for Reciprocal Teaching (RT)
    • There are three scaffolding activities embedded in the e-learning module which you are required to complete
  • 18. Preparation for Reciprocal Teaching (RT)
    • Do your own research to develop teaching materials for the next session
    • Each group will have 10-15 min to teach your peers a specific dimension (choose your own format for presentation)
  • 19. Preparation for Reciprocal Teaching (RT)
    • Rest of class is to ask questions to clarify understanding of dimension (participation marks)
    • Presenting group is to ask questions to ensure rest of class understand dimension (participation marks)
  • 20. “ To do” list
    • One-minute reflection at Edmodo
    • Refer to Instructions wiki page
    • Refer to Resources wiki page