Building a 5th Wall in your classroom

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  • Introduce – Independent facilitator – Auckland region
  • So what is this 5 th wall and why should you build it? Aim is to create a transparent tool and skill set Aim is independent users and not dependent users Pedagogy of the pencil Our energy goes into what to do with the pencil, not the how do we use it
  • E-learning reality check – the inverted funnel
  • The reality of most classrooms is timetabled access and very limited classroom equipment The rubbish equipment is in the classrooms whilst the best is in the ICT suite and you see it once a week Equipment should be at the point of learning and always in use.
  • Discuss each of these – define what you mean by each of these and reference the coming examples Re-purposing is hard to grab an image from but give the example in Interface-article about digital cameras and e-learning tools The vowel of confusion – e-learning
  • Try to give examples of how this could be managed, use re-purposing or layering of tools as an example here if needed
  • Distributed expertise – see three before me Yellow pages – teachers as learners and learners as teachers. How often do we model collaborative learning and life long learning as teachers?
  • David Jakes – highlight the slideshow as part of the link The clasroom reality for many schools but look again, what does this say about learning? Collaboration, group work Classroom layout can be managed with creativity
  • Computers at the point of learning. Computers arranged in a row is convenient for your cablers and IT manager, but are they the right people to be making educational decisions How collaborative is this set up Maureen and I discussed how to make her classroom collaborative – admitedly wireless – but have done it other ways too with cabled connections
  • Why I like wikis – wiki Hawaiian for quick – no fuss, get your work published Parents and SMT need to have the word published explained in a web perspective – published yet to be polished
  • Examples here of authentic audience – contributions valued, Engaging, Relevant, Authentic Discussion tab a great place to enable re-purposing of previously published work – adding value and relevance to existing work Learning can happen beyond the 3:00 bell – building life long learners The slow fuses
  • These students requested that they run this session – they wanted their families to be a part of their learning environment – the wiki facilitated that Mel is presenting on this in Breakout 5. Modelling life long learning. Learners as teachers and teachers as learners – very powerful
  • Vocaroo enables students to say a lot more than they can type, great for discussions and capturing thoughts WE all have experienced the “I know that child has got more to say” moments when we assess just their writing, it is often the only evidence we have
  • Tyranny of the pencil – what about writing practice. Captured thoughts can be re-visited as notes to aid students to construct written work on a deeper level. Freed from the cognitive dichotomy of thought capture and physical mastery of the pencil.
  • Building a 5th Wall in your classroom

    1. 1. Building a 5 th wall in your classroom and 5 tools to decorate it with Integrating new technologies to empower learning and transform leadership Breakout 1
    2. 2. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom
    3. 3. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom
    4. 4. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom Managing ICT resources in your class Some basic e-learning maths… 1 ÷ 30 = 2 ÷ 30 = 4 ÷ 30 = Chaos Slightly less chaos Manageable chaos
    5. 5. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom Limited equipment or timetabled access Creates e-learning bottlenecks….
    6. 6. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom Strategies to manage bottlenecks… <ul><li>Distributed tasks – peripherals </li></ul><ul><li>Class experts – distributed expertise </li></ul><ul><li>Drivers and navigators – nested LOs </li></ul><ul><li>Layering tools – re-purposing student work </li></ul><ul><li>Iterative workflow – cumulative tumble </li></ul><ul><li>Desk politics – fully integrated planning </li></ul>
    7. 7. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom Distributed tasks
    8. 8. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom Class experts
    9. 9. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom http://dakinane.com/blog/2010/07/19/i-fear-that-they-learn-despite-us/ David Jakes
    10. 10. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom
    11. 11. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom Tool #1 – your wiki is a tool too!
    12. 12. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom
    13. 13. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom How do your students attack their writing?
    14. 14. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom Notify me - a window into my child’s class Student Parent Classroom
    15. 15. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom Learners as teachers and teachers as learners Engaging Relevant Authentic
    16. 16. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom Tool #2 – Vocaroo http://vocaroo.com
    17. 17. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom Vocaroo = capturing creative thinking
    18. 18. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom Vocaroo = capturing creative thinking
    19. 19. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom Tool #3 - Fotobabble http://fotobabble.com
    20. 20. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom Fotobabble = embeddable talking photos
    21. 21. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom Tool #4 - Wallwisher http://wallwisher.com
    22. 22. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom Wallwisher = capture knowledge and classify/review/re-purpose
    23. 23. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom Tool #5 - Glogster http://edu.glogster.com
    24. 24. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom Glogster = Multimedia synthesis of knowledge
    25. 25. Web: dakinane.com – Twitter: @dakinane – Skype: dakinane Building a 5 th wall in your classroom The tyranny of the pencil Engaging, Relevant and Authentic
    26. 26. Building a 5 th wall in your classroom With thanks to Mel and her students: http://room14discovery.wikispaces.com Lesley and her students: http://waka6c2010.wikispaces.com/ Megan and her students: http://5c2010.wikispaces.com/ Maureen and her students: http://2010pvsrm04.wikispaces.com Toru and her students: http://isquared.wikispaces.com http://dakinane.com - http://dakinane.com/blog ph: 09 889 2375 – 021 1005087 [email_address] Skype: dakinane – Twitter: dakinane
    27. 27. <ul><li>web - http://dakinane.com </li></ul><ul><li>blog - http://dakinane.com/blog </li></ul><ul><li>e-mail - [email_address] </li></ul><ul><li>twitter – http://twitter.com/dakinane </li></ul><ul><li>skype – dakinane </li></ul><ul><li>ph – 09 889 2375 / 021 1005087 </li></ul>

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