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  • Basic outline of the session.
  • Basic outline of the session.
  • Aim of module 1 was to introduce you to ICTs, thinking about ICTs, about ICTs and Pedagogy, Get you set up with a PLN and engaging in PKM. Thinking about why you would use ICTs in your teaching. – Leading to assignment 1.
  • The focus here was really on planning, unit planning and integrating ICTs within a curriculum setting. Alignment was a big key.
  • Basic outline of the session.
  • The light at the end of the tunnel. The downhill run. But the most important and perhaps the most difficult. Will mention that to some extent the weekly set requirements of the course will reduce. More time for you to engage in what you need to know. But the end is nigh
  • Professional Experience aka Module 4. Module 3 is focused at preparing you for Professional Experience. Thinking about what is needed. This is tied to assignment 3 which in turn has a dual relationship with PE. i.e. PE generates output from assignment 3 and assignment 3 (in the preparation stage) helps you prepare for PE
  • The point here is that the aim of Module 3 is to help you grow you TPACK further. Exactly what TPACK you need to grow is specific to your context. What you will need to know. I’ll mention that there are almost certainly arguments amongst the teaching staff about what is required more TK/TPK more PK more CK etc. But we’re probably wrong – at least in terms of what you (as an individual needs). Each of you will need different insights.
  • This is where your PLN could really come in handy. But we’ll help.
  • Basic outline of the session.
  • Basic outline of the session.
  • Basic outline of the session.
  • Reminding those going to Education Queensland schools that membership of the Learning Place would likely be very useful.
  • 15 days. Must complete 15 full days. Make up any they miss. The text is from the PE booklet. They should have a copy of that. Take it with them. Focus on the purpose of PE – plan, implement and reflect…..mention this is tied to Assignment 3. ….at the end ask if they can read the last two lines, and then jump to next slide
  • These last two lines don’t apply. Ed Queensland has ceased the program associated with the ICT certificate. Last year was the last year. There remains some mention of this in the booklet. Please ignore this.
  • Overview of teaching expectations. This is cumulative. i.e. it’s a bit longer than they have done in prior PEs and is building up to their 4th year PEs where they will be teaching all of the time. This is not a hard and fast rule (more on this next slide) it can and will be modified based on their mentors judgement.All lessons should be presented to mentors prior to teaching as lesson plans. You’re going to select 5 of them for assignment 3.
  • This doesn’t mean you read the riot act if you didn’t do 1/3 a day of teaching on the first day. Averaging out of the week is fine. If you don’t get exactly this, fine. If you get more, fine. You are a guest in your mentor teacher’s classroom. Act like one. Help them, volunteer, don’t harangue.
  • It’s just not teaching. You engage in whatever tasks your mentor does. If they have bus duty/playground duty/a staff meeting, you do to. If they say you don’t have to, you don’t need to, but volunteer anyway. Volunteer for all the jobs. Be helpful. Be polite. Make them want to bring you back. The reputation you build on prac may have a big impact on your future.
  • Talk about each of these as tasks you should be doing on PE. Plus anything else you think you can do that will help you learn and prepare you for a career as a teacher.
  • Feedback – essential. Don’t be like these folk and shut off from feedback. A fundamental aim for PE is for you to get better every single day.
  • This is all the feedback USQ wants to see about your PE experience. All the other feedback is for you. Good idea for you to remind your mentor on the last day about your pass in SONIA.We do want to see feedback from your mentor on the 5 lessons for assignment 3. They don’t have to write it in the lesson plan. They can write it elsewhere. It can be verbal. Your task to get it in the lesson plan.
  • What the student should be gathering..always feedback. There is form they can use for feedback on lessons. Must do weekly feedback using the form from the PE office. This includes specify aims/targets for the next week. Important.Both PE report and Referee’s statement are an Education Queensland thing. As this is 3rd year PE. Should be seriously thinking about referee’s statements
  • What do you want to show when you’re on PE?
  • What do you want to show when you’re on PE?
  • Organise your life – you need to be able to be at the school all of the time. Perhaps the hardest task of all. Prevent your life from impacting on this.Overdress on the first day. Always dress appropriately. No “pink bits”. Get to know you school and class as well as you can.
  • There is a forum on the study desk – required activity this week – to gather questions you might want to ask while on PE this week. This is the one of the first steps in trying to encourage the entire EDC3100 cohort to collaborate a bit more in preparing for PE. Share your ideas. We’ll also be asking in one of the forums.
  • Basic outline of the session.
  • Engage in a bit of brainstorming about what TPACK the students would like to develop prior to heading off on PE.
  • Basic outline of the session.
  • Talk briefly about the TIP model as another scaffold to help design ICT rich lessons. This week we spend a bit more time on “advantage” and will return to “organise the learning environment” in a week or two. Do mention evaluation a little this week. And we will look at an sample of student work.A reason for including this here is that the objectives/asessments that you will teach toward on PE have almost certainly been set. You’ll be trying to come up with ideas for ICT activities within existing objectives. This can provide another source of inspiration.
  • Talk briefly about the TIP model as another scaffold to help design ICT rich lessons. This week we spend a bit more time on “advantage” and will return to “organise the learning environment” in a week or two. Do mention evaluation a little this week. And we will look at an sample of student work.A reason for including this here is that the objectives/asessments that you will teach toward on PE have almost certainly been set. You’ll be trying to come up with ideas for ICT activities within existing objectives. This can provide another source of inspiration.
  • The use of ICTs should not be for substitution. There has to be a reason. It has to be improving student learning. Typically be offering or doing something different. Remember EduDoggy.
  • Talk about the Roblyer table. A problem-oriented focus. We’ll revisit this in tutes – or on the learning path. Using this process.
  • Talk briefly about the Herrington paper and how it posits that the best use of ICTs is as cognitive tools used by students to solve complex and authentic problems. And how they show some examples of each of 10 characteristics of authentic learning environments.
  • Ask the students to engage in small groups to identify all the sources of ideas for ICT integration they’ve seen already. Try to generate some abstractions.Perhaps something like Learning theory – e.g. Herrington et alModels and frameworks – TIP model, Backwards designCurriculum requirements – ICT capabilitiesExamples – Scootle, PLN
  • Mention that much of this comes from last week and prior studies in pedagogy.
  • Revisiting this in the last week before PE. Aim here is to know what is possible and how it works in terms of available technology and then to organise it to support the identified learning activities. E.g. organise “individual computer bags” for each student.
  • Evaluation – key part of Assignment 3. What worked what didn’t

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  • http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AFrance_in_XXI_Century._School.jpg
  • http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AFrance_in_XXI_Century._School.jpgWhere we’ve come from Where we’re goingProfessional ExperienceDesigning ICT rich lessonsWhat do you want to know?Assignment 3
  • http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AFrance_in_XXI_Century._School.jpgWhere we’ve come from Where we’re goingProfessional ExperienceDesigning ICT rich lessonsWhat do you want to know?Assignment 3
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/ecmp355/6215014020/Module 1 - Foundations
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/stevensnodgrass/6907227009/Module 2 – Planning to be effective teachers using ICTs
  • http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AFrance_in_XXI_Century._School.jpgWhere we’ve come from Where we’re goingProfessional ExperienceDesigning ICT rich lessonsWhat do you want to know?Assignment 3
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/cup_prof/6678789527/
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/cup_prof/6678789527/Module 3 Professional ExperienceAssignment 3
  • http://www.jarche.com/pkm/
  • http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AFrance_in_XXI_Century._School.jpgWhere we’ve come from Where we’re goingProfessional ExperienceDesigning ICT rich lessonsWhat do you want to know?Assignment 3
  • http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AFrance_in_XXI_Century._School.jpgAssignment 3% Title Description5% Learning journal As per Assignments 1 and 210% Preparation 500-1000 words. Your PE contextand how you plan to integrate ICTs5% Lesson plans 5 of the lessons you taught on PE.Including reflection.20% Evaluation andlessons learned1000-1500 words. Evaluating yourICT integration on PE and identifyinglessons you’ve learned for next time
  • http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AFrance_in_XXI_Century._School.jpgWhere we’ve come from Where we’re goingProfessional ExperienceDesigning ICT rich lessonsWhat do you want to know?Assignment 3
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/mike52ad/4675715489/
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/mike52ad/4675715489/ResourcesThe PE “book” on the learning pathThe PE office formshttp://bit.ly/PEforms
  • Costs $29.70 a yearDoes not provide access to C2C lesson/unit plans
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/mike52ad/4675715489/15 daysOverview
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/mike52ad/4675715489/15 daysOverview
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/mike52ad/4675715489/Week 1 – one-third of each dayTeachingWeek 2 – one-half of each dayWeek 3 – two-thirds of each dayLeading up to one full day
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/universityofreading/6394153613/
  • Observe teachingPlan for teachingTeachGather feedbackReflect
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lensofdan/2597104631/
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lensofdan/2597104631/Your responsibilityWhat USQ wantsYour final pass/fail in SONIAFeedback on your lessons (Assignment 3)
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/lensofdan/2597104631/Feedback for youEnd of lesson feedbackWeekly feedbackEnd of PEVerbalWrittenWrittenPE report Referee’s statementAny otherfeedbackfromanyone
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/9588236@N02/1581544719/
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/9588236@N02/1581544719/A love of teaching and studentsProfessionalismPositive attitudeInitiativeEagerness to learnCommunication & relationshipsYour teaching with ICTs
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/cobalt/7733494038/Organise your lifePresent yourself wellGet to know your school and class
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/enderst07/4810954845/
  • http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AFrance_in_XXI_Century._School.jpgWhere we’ve come from Where we’re goingProfessional ExperienceDesigning ICT rich lessonsWhat do you want to know?Assignment 3
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/enderst07/4810954845/
  • http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File%3AFrance_in_XXI_Century._School.jpgWhere we’ve come from Where we’re goingProfessional ExperienceDesigning ICT rich lessonsWhat do you want to know?Assignment 3
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/dok1/3921218578/
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/dok1/3921218578/
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/dok1/3921218578/Authentic learning (Herrington and Kervin, 2007)1. Provide authentic contexts that reflect the way theknowledge will be used in real life.2. Provide authentic activities.4. Provide multiple roles and perspectives.6. Promote reflection to enable abstractions to be formed.
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/dok1/3921218578/Where do ICT-integration ideas come from?