LSL: Step by step guidance general overview_december 2013


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LSL: Step by step guidance general overview_december 2013

  1. 1. Step by Step Guidance Community of Practice
  2. 2. Introduction    Welcome to LSL Community of Practice (CoP) This document will guide you through the CoP, section by section, show you the resources you will find, and help you to make the most of your experience. Follow the following steps to get along with YOUR tool!
  3. 3. 1st Step: Register
  4. 4. 2nd Step: Discover the homepage Top navigation You find here the latest highlights of the Community: webinar outcomes, new resources, etc. Here, the next webinars and CPD opportunities coming
  5. 5. Here you find the latest posts published by Diana Bannister on the Observation visits journal. Here, a quick overview about what you can do on the Community By clicking on the links here, you will be led to LSL website, News Section
  6. 6. LSL organizes every fortnight an #LSLCHAT on Twitter. Find here the next one coming and a summary to the previous one. This is a calendar. It includes the next events coming. Click on “View all” to see all the following and previous events.
  7. 7. Here you access to the member schools details. Switch between “teachers” and “schools” and click on “View all” Keep updated here about the latest activities on the Community.
  8. 8. 3rd Step: Discover the different areas If you click on “Themes” on the bar, you go to Themes section Here you find a list of themes. The AS schools are in charge of the development of these areas. Pick the one you are interested in and start discussing and sharing. Read and watch here some advices and guidelines to work on this section.
  9. 9. EXAMPLE OF THEME PAGE. You find here a brief explanation of the theme, a forum, a poll, the main outcomes from the webinars arranged by AS teachers on the topic and a resource carrousel. Start debating and sharing!
  10. 10. If you click on “Hubs” on the bar, you go to the Regional Hubs section. Click on your Regional Hub and start working together with the schools within your country. Here you can speak in your own language if you prefer.
  11. 11. EXAMPLE OF REGIONAL HUB PAGE. You find here announcements by your NC, an overview of the latest actions, a forum and an image gallery. Start sharing within your country!
  12. 12. If you click on “Snack Bar”, you will find short Learning Events we will organize at regular times and that will be actively open for about one week. You find here all the information, material and recordings from the last learning events
  13. 13. EXAMPLE OF SNACK BAR PAGE. You find here the link to enrol, a short bio from the webinar leader and all the information you need to make the best of the activity.
  14. 14. If you click on “Resources” on the bar, you go to the Resources section. You will find here a resources gallery with all the tools uploaded by your colleagues Check the guidance “how to upload resources”
  15. 15. If you click on “My school area” on the bar, you go to your own school page. Here you can edit your profile details and upload/delete resources.
  16. 16. Edit here your details and upload your picture.
  17. 17. Upload here your new resources. Check the step-by-step guidance on how to upload material.
  18. 18. If you click on “Help” on the bar, you will find all the information you should read before posting for the first time and some other interesting documents related to the project. Here you have as well the contact details of the people that will help you in case of trouble. If you have any other questions, please, post them on the FAQ Forum. Check out the step-by-step presentations for further information about the different sections and tools.
  19. 19. Dare to ask, please do disturb! Claire or Beatriz The work presented in this presentation is partially supported by the European Commission’s FP7 programme – project Living Schools Lab (Grant agreement Nº 317587). The content of this presentation is the sole responsibility of the consortium members and it does not represent the opinion of the European Commission and the Commission is not responsible for any use that might be made of information contained herein.