Registered teacher criteria  and e-learning by Suzie Vesper, CORE Education Learning@School  Hamilton, 2012
Overview of the criteria
The purpose of the criteria Background information taken from the workshop materials found on the NZ Teachers Council webs...
The roll out of the criteria Background information taken from the workshop materials found on the NZ Teachers Council web...
The twelve criteria Background information taken from the workshop materials found on the NZ Teachers Council website: htt...
Professional relationships and professional values  Professional knowledge in practice establish and maintain effective pr...
Applying the criteria Background information taken from the workshop materials found on the NZ Teachers Council website: h...
How have you already engaged with the criteria at your school?
The role of e-learning in relation to the criteria
The criteria and e-learning Two ways - both within the work teachers do and the way they can show evidence Teachers demons...
What to expect on a wiki page Unpacking what e-learning related to the criteria might ‘look’ like A summary of the suggest...
Reviewing the wiki How could this be beneficial to you and your school? Teachers demonstrating the standards in the criter...
Teachers demonstrating the standards in the criteria through the use of e-learning  http://registeredteachercriteria.wikis...
Gathering the evidence
Sources of evidence What ways can you show the evidence The New Zealand Teachers Council identify three main sources of ev...
Teachers gathering evidence How can teachers use e-learning tools to gather evidence that they are meeting the criteria? U...
Tagging as evidence How can teachers use e-learning tools to gather evidence that they are meeting the criteria? Widget in...
Self-assessment tool See if you can adapt one of the criteria self-assessment pages for your own school context Teachers C...
Voicethread for discussions Online discussions between teachers and mentors and self-reflection http://softwareforlearning...
What would work for you? Deciding on a digital tool and/or strategy to help you gather evidence Identify one digital tool ...
So what is your next step as a result of participating in this workshop today?
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  1. 1. Registered teacher criteria and e-learning by Suzie Vesper, CORE Education Learning@School Hamilton, 2012
  2. 2. Overview of the criteria
  3. 3. The purpose of the criteria Background information taken from the workshop materials found on the NZ Teachers Council website: http://www.teacherscouncil.govt.nz/rtc/rtcworkshopresources.stm The Registered Teacher Criteria are designed to: represent the essential knowledge and capabilities for quality teaching in Aotearoa New Zealand; be both aspirational and achievable for teachers; apply to all teachers seeking to gain full registration and to renew practising certificates from across all sectors.
  4. 4. The roll out of the criteria Background information taken from the workshop materials found on the NZ Teachers Council website: http://www.teacherscouncil.govt.nz/rtc/rtcworkshopresources.stm 2010 Focus is on training and resource development. Voluntary uptake is possible. 2011 The Registered Teacher Criteria are mandatory for all teachers renewing or reapplying for a practising certificate in 2011. All teachers beginning an induction programme will use the new criteria. 2012 Registered Teacher Criteria will be used by all teachers working to gain full registration and teachers renewing or reapplying for a practising certificate in 2012. 2013 The Registered Teacher Criteria will be used by all teachers working to gain full registration and teachers renewing or reapplying for a practising certificate in 2013. 2014 All teachers now using the Registered Teacher Criteria.
  5. 5. The twelve criteria Background information taken from the workshop materials found on the NZ Teachers Council website: http://www.teacherscouncil.govt.nz/rtc/rtcworkshopresources.stm How many of the twelve criteria can you describe?
  6. 6. Professional relationships and professional values Professional knowledge in practice establish and maintain effective professional relationships focused on the learning and well-being of all ākonga. demonstrate commitment to promoting the well-being of all ākonga. demonstrate commitment to bicultural partnership in Aotearoa New Zealand respond effectively to the diverse language and cultural experiences , and the varied strengths, interests and needs of individuals and groups of ākonga demonstrate commitment to ongoing professional learning and development of personal professional practice show leadership that contributes to effective teaching and learning promote a collaborative, inclusive and supportive learning environment conceptualise, plan and implement an appropriate learning programme demonstrate in practice their knowledge and understanding of how ākonga learn work effectively within the bicultural context of Aotearoa New Zealand analyse and appropriately use assessment information which has been gathered formally and informally use critical inquiry and problem-solving effectively in their professional practice The twelve criteria Background information taken from the workshop materials found on the NZ Teachers Council website: http://www.teacherscouncil.govt.nz/rtc/rtcworkshopresources.stm
  7. 7. Applying the criteria Background information taken from the workshop materials found on the NZ Teachers Council website: http://www.teacherscouncil.govt.nz/rtc/rtcworkshopresources.stm
  8. 8. How have you already engaged with the criteria at your school?
  9. 9. The role of e-learning in relation to the criteria
  10. 10. The criteria and e-learning Two ways - both within the work teachers do and the way they can show evidence Teachers demonstrating the standards in the criteria through the use of e-learning Using e-learning tools and processes to document teacher evidence towards the criteria
  11. 11. What to expect on a wiki page Unpacking what e-learning related to the criteria might ‘look’ like A summary of the suggested ways that e-learning could relate to one criteria Each suggestion is then ‘unpacked’ with examples to demonstrated how this might look.
  12. 12. Reviewing the wiki How could this be beneficial to you and your school? Teachers demonstrating the standards in the criteria through the use of e-learning http://registeredteachercriteria.wikispaces.com Make yourself familiar with the wiki and the types of content on all of the pages. First pass - sandpit time!
  13. 13. Teachers demonstrating the standards in the criteria through the use of e-learning http://registeredteachercriteria.wikispaces.com Focus on one criteria and reflect on either what you or your school is doing well and what would be the ‘next steps’. Second pass - Goal setting Reviewing the wiki How could this be beneficial to you and your school? Reaching the Rim by clappstar on Flickr
  14. 14. Gathering the evidence
  15. 15. Sources of evidence What ways can you show the evidence The New Zealand Teachers Council identify three main sources of evidence Can you think of ways that digital tools and strategies could support the collection and organisation of evidence in relation to each of these sources? observation discussion documentation
  16. 16. Teachers gathering evidence How can teachers use e-learning tools to gather evidence that they are meeting the criteria? Using e-learning tools and processes to document teacher evidence towards the criteria What do you think works well about each of the ways either shown or suggested about collecting evidence? What are the drawbacks for each of the ways shown or suggested? Reviewing the examples http://registeredteachercriteria.wikispaces.com/Gathering+the+evidence
  17. 17. Tagging as evidence How can teachers use e-learning tools to gather evidence that they are meeting the criteria? Widget in the sidebar displays all labels which will filter blog posts when clicked on. Tagging the blog post (called a label in Blogger)
  18. 18. Self-assessment tool See if you can adapt one of the criteria self-assessment pages for your own school context Teachers Council self-assessment tool Schools could include e-learning questions and strategies into this self-assessment tool based on their own contexts. Certain strategies could be made ‘compulsory’ for all teachers to use and provide evidence for.
  19. 19. Voicethread for discussions Online discussions between teachers and mentors and self-reflection http://softwareforlearning.tki.org.nz/Snapshots/GarageBand2
  20. 20. What would work for you? Deciding on a digital tool and/or strategy to help you gather evidence Identify one digital tool or strategy that you will try to use to help you collect and organise your evidence. Plan how you could implement this over the course of the next term.
  21. 21. So what is your next step as a result of participating in this workshop today?
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