My content is not nearly as important as your interaction with the content.
GIFTS PING PONG
LOOPS
What digital resources do you currently make use of to support learning ?
Introduction to our Digital Storehouse
What is Digistore? Learning Objects
 
 
Why use Digistore? Learning objects are particularly useful when a concept is  hard to represent ,  difficult or dangerous...
Key competencies and Digistore
Visiting Digistore http://digistore.tki.org.nz
Logging in Use the login provided username:   uni password:  waikato10
Sand – Pit Time Login to Digistore and explore the resources within.
Browse by Topic
General and Advanced Search <ul><li>Specify: </li></ul><ul><li>Learning area </li></ul><ul><li>Level </li></ul><ul><li>Con...
A- Z
Learning Area Catalogue  Each learning object has a unique ID number. Type this ID into the  Digistore  search to locate t...
Maths Learning Objects http://nzmaths.co.nz/digital-learning-objects
Viewing search results More information Open the resource
Details view
Sand – Pit Time Efficient searching.
The Digistore Wiki Click on  ‘ Using digital content wiki ’  and explore this site. What might you re-visit?
Digistore stories from the classroom Students learnt very early on what a habitat was and were able to relate back to that...
An introduction to our software and online tools information hub
Browse Software
Browse Software
Browse Software
Snapshots
Snapshots
Effective Pedagogy
Visiting Software for Learning http://softwareforlearning.tki.org.nz Find  a learning  ‘ Snapshot ’ for a specific tool th...
For further support with the selection and use of digital content,  contact a Digi Advisor: Rochelle Jensen [email_address...
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  • Intro – who am I? Where i am from? Mihi My role? Why am I here? Role involves two resources,
  • Next hour - Cutting the cloth to meet your needs
  • Askew and Lodge identify differing classroom interactions. Locus of control in above 2 models – centralised around the teacher. However to maximise learning using dialogue the classroom pattern should look more like this:
  • Dialogue – interactions – feedback - dialogue flows around all individuals.
  • Prior Knowledge What digital content do you currently use to support learning – your own and those with whom you work? Take 5 minutes to privately consider this question and note down ideas to share with the group.   Make a list – give one/get one (Rocky) Compile two lists - content rich – Digistore/ Software for Lng
  • How familiar? Username / password
  • From home page Browse by topic- More topics will be added, eg Māori medium, but at this stage this feature has been based on ScOT – which is based on the Australian curriculum. This feature will be reviewed and made more specific to the NZ context. Search by timeline and Map features can be useful when exploring a specific region or period- however it is reliant on material being appropriately tagged in their metadata- so if you look for a particular period or region, there will be content that isn ’ t identified in this way.
  • Description statements and Educational statements were formerly part of the metadata display and so not user friendly.
  • From home page Browse by topic More topics will be added, eg Māori medium, but at this stage this feature has been based on ScOT – which is based on the Australian curriculum. This feature will be reviewed and made more specific to the NZ context. Search by timeline and Map features can be useful when exploring a specific region or period- however it is reliant on material being appropriately tagged in their metadata- so if you look for a particular period or region, there will be content that isn ’ t identified in this way.
  • From home page Browse by topic- More topics will be added, eg Māori medium, but at this stage this feature has been based on ScOT – which is based on the Australian curriculum. This feature will be reviewed and made more specific to the NZ context. Search by timeline and Map features can be useful when exploring a specific region or period- however it is reliant on material being appropriately tagged in their metadata- so if you look for a particular period or region, there will be content that isn ’ t identified in this way.
  • From home page Browse by topic- More topics will be added, eg Māori medium, but at this stage this feature has been based on ScOT – which is based on the Australian curriculum. This feature will be reviewed and made more specific to the NZ context. Search by timeline and Map features can be useful when exploring a specific region or period- however it is reliant on material being appropriately tagged in their metadata- so if you look for a particular period or region, there will be content that isn ’ t identified in this way.
  • From home page Browse by topic- More topics will be added, eg Māori medium, but at this stage this feature has been based on ScOT – which is based on the Australian curriculum. This feature will be reviewed and made more specific to the NZ context. Search by timeline and Map features can be useful when exploring a specific region or period- however it is reliant on material being appropriately tagged in their metadata- so if you look for a particular period or region, there will be content that isn ’ t identified in this way.
  • Advanced search has a range of filters This search of the environment- brought up too hundred results- using filters to narrow search Sort by... If a search identifies two hundred items – scrolling through is not an option for busy people- filter by type, sort by relevance (default), Title, published date or rating, Or look through the list or subtopics to find a closer match
  • Description statements and Educational statements were formerly part of the metadata display and so not user friendly.
  • Description statements and Educational statements were formerly part of the metadata display and so not user friendly.
  • From home page Browse by topic More topics will be added, eg Māori medium, but at this stage this feature has been based on ScOT – which is based on the Australian curriculum. This feature will be reviewed and made more specific to the NZ context. Search by timeline and Map features can be useful when exploring a specific region or period- however it is reliant on material being appropriately tagged in their metadata- so if you look for a particular period or region, there will be content that isn ’ t identified in this way.
  • Access the wiki for support, ideas, units, samples of content and exemplars- by learning area- ever-changing, always responding to user practice and need. The wiki is facilitated by Rochelle Jensen and Fiona Grant. Objective: to share practice and provide pedagogical support, exemplars, further links and resources for learning areas. Who do I contact if I need help? For technical assistance with registration, logins: digistore@tki.org.nz. For information about content, existing or supplying content, licences: helen.cooper@minedu.govt.nz. For support on selecting and integrating content: Fiona Grant , Digi Advisor, Team Solutions, University of Auckland, [email_address] , 09 623 8880 Rochelle Jensen , Digi Advisor, School Support Services, University of Waikato, [email_address] , 07 577 5314
  • Access the wiki for support, ideas, units, samples of content and exemplars- by learning area- everchanging, always responding to user practice and need. The wiki is facilitated by Rochelle Jensen and Fiona Grant. Objective: to share practice and provide pedagogical support, exemplars, further links and resources for learning areas. Who do I contact if I need help? For technical assistance with registration, logins: digistore@tki.org.nz. For information about content, existing or supplying content, licences: helen.cooper@minedu.govt.nz. For support on selecting and integrating content: Fiona Grant , Digi Advisor, Team Solutions, University of Auckland, [email_address] , 09 623 8880 Rochelle Jensen , Digi Advisor, School Support Services, University of Waikato, [email_address] , 07 577 5314
  • Access the wiki for support, ideas, units, samples of content and exemplars- by learning area- everchanging, always responding to user practice and need. The wiki is facilitated by Rochelle Jensen and Fiona Grant. Objective: to share practice and provide pedagogical support, exemplars, further links and resources for learning areas. Who do I contact if I need help? For technical assistance with registration, logins: digistore@tki.org.nz. For information about content, existing or supplying content, licences: helen.cooper@minedu.govt.nz. For support on selecting and integrating content: Fiona Grant , Digi Advisor, Team Solutions, University of Auckland, [email_address] , 09 623 8880 Rochelle Jensen , Digi Advisor, School Support Services, University of Waikato, [email_address] , 07 577 5314
  • Access the wiki for support, ideas, units, samples of content and exemplars- by learning area- ever-changing, always responding to user practice and need. The wiki is facilitated by Rochelle Jensen and Fiona Grant. Objective: to share practice and provide pedagogical support, exemplars, further links and resources for learning areas. Who do I contact if I need help? For technical assistance with registration, logins: digistore@tki.org.nz. For information about content, existing or supplying content, licences: helen.cooper@minedu.govt.nz. For support on selecting and integrating content: Fiona Grant , Digi Advisor, Team Solutions, University of Auckland, [email_address] , 09 623 8880 Rochelle Jensen , Digi Advisor, School Support Services, University of Waikato, [email_address] , 07 577 5314
  • Access the wiki for support, ideas, units, samples of content and exemplars- by learning area- everchanging, always responding to user practice and need. The wiki is facilitated by Rochelle Jensen and Fiona Grant. Objective: to share practice and provide pedagogical support, exemplars, further links and resources for learning areas. Who do I contact if I need help? For technical assistance with registration, logins: digistore@tki.org.nz. For information about content, existing or supplying content, licences: helen.cooper@minedu.govt.nz. For support on selecting and integrating content: Fiona Grant , Digi Advisor, Team Solutions, University of Auckland, [email_address] , 09 623 8880 Rochelle Jensen , Digi Advisor, School Support Services, University of Waikato, [email_address] , 07 577 5314
  • Access the wiki for support, ideas, units, samples of content and exemplars- by learning area- everchanging, always responding to user practice and need. The wiki is facilitated by Rochelle Jensen and Fiona Grant. Objective: to share practice and provide pedagogical support, exemplars, further links and resources for learning areas. Who do I contact if I need help? For technical assistance with registration, logins: digistore@tki.org.nz. For information about content, existing or supplying content, licences: helen.cooper@minedu.govt.nz. For support on selecting and integrating content: Fiona Grant , Digi Advisor, Team Solutions, University of Auckland, [email_address] , 09 623 8880 Rochelle Jensen , Digi Advisor, School Support Services, University of Waikato, [email_address] , 07 577 5314
  • Access the wiki for support, ideas, units, samples of content and exemplars- by learning area- everchanging, always responding to user practice and need. The wiki is facilitated by Rochelle Jensen and Fiona Grant. Objective: to share practice and provide pedagogical support, exemplars, further links and resources for learning areas. Who do I contact if I need help? For technical assistance with registration, logins: digistore@tki.org.nz. For information about content, existing or supplying content, licences: helen.cooper@minedu.govt.nz. For support on selecting and integrating content: Fiona Grant , Digi Advisor, Team Solutions, University of Auckland, [email_address] , 09 623 8880 Rochelle Jensen , Digi Advisor, School Support Services, University of Waikato, [email_address] , 07 577 5314
  • Moesitesoverview facetoface

    1. 2. My content is not nearly as important as your interaction with the content.
    2. 3. GIFTS PING PONG
    3. 4. LOOPS
    4. 5. What digital resources do you currently make use of to support learning ?
    5. 6. Introduction to our Digital Storehouse
    6. 7. What is Digistore? Learning Objects
    7. 10. Why use Digistore? Learning objects are particularly useful when a concept is hard to represent , difficult or dangerous to replicate , or when repetition is required.
    8. 11. Key competencies and Digistore
    9. 12. Visiting Digistore http://digistore.tki.org.nz
    10. 13. Logging in Use the login provided username:   uni password:  waikato10
    11. 14. Sand – Pit Time Login to Digistore and explore the resources within.
    12. 15. Browse by Topic
    13. 16. General and Advanced Search <ul><li>Specify: </li></ul><ul><li>Learning area </li></ul><ul><li>Level </li></ul><ul><li>Content type </li></ul><ul><li>Content Source </li></ul><ul><li>Content Provider </li></ul><ul><li>Fields to Search </li></ul>
    14. 17. A- Z
    15. 18. Learning Area Catalogue Each learning object has a unique ID number. Type this ID into the Digistore search to locate the desired object.
    16. 19. Maths Learning Objects http://nzmaths.co.nz/digital-learning-objects
    17. 20. Viewing search results More information Open the resource
    18. 21. Details view
    19. 22. Sand – Pit Time Efficient searching.
    20. 23. The Digistore Wiki Click on ‘ Using digital content wiki ’ and explore this site. What might you re-visit?
    21. 24. Digistore stories from the classroom Students learnt very early on what a habitat was and were able to relate back to that learning as they came in contact with live creatures in the garden. Juniors discovering my backyard
    22. 25. An introduction to our software and online tools information hub
    23. 26. Browse Software
    24. 27. Browse Software
    25. 28. Browse Software
    26. 29. Snapshots
    27. 30. Snapshots
    28. 31. Effective Pedagogy
    29. 32. Visiting Software for Learning http://softwareforlearning.tki.org.nz Find a learning ‘ Snapshot ’ for a specific tool that appeals to you. Find the related product page for that tool and see what information it provides. Consider how you might use this information and other information within this site when in the classroom?
    30. 33. For further support with the selection and use of digital content, contact a Digi Advisor: Rochelle Jensen [email_address] Suzie Vesper [email_address] z Further Support Feedback Please note, questions 10-13 were not covered in this workshop. http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/digistoreevaluation

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