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What type of pedagogy is needed for 1:1?


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  • 1. 1:1 netbook pedagogy andpedagogical scenarios -
  • 2. What is 1:1 computing in education?• 1:1 indicates the ratio of items per user, i.e. one netbook per learner.• 1:1 refers to the current trend of low-cost computer devices, ranging from mobiles and handhelds to laptops or netbooks, have gained ground.• Typically the devise is connected to the internet and owned by the learner.• One-to-one (1:1) computing is a new phenomena in educational settings!
  • 3. Do netbooks require a different type ofpedagogy?The use of 1:1 in education :• highlights the fact that the learners have access to netbooks at all times• takes advantage of blended learning approach alternating different activities,• e.g. teacher-led vs. individual or collaborative activities, online or offline activities
  • 4. Variety of activities a during 1:1 lesson Frontal teachingGroup Individual
  • 5. Alternate on-line and off-line activities Frontal teaching on-line off-lineGroup on-line off-line  Individual on-line off-line
  • 6. Useless to aim for 100% usage rate!
  • 7. Netbooks, like ICT, is a means, a tool! Frontal teachingGroup Individual
  • 8. Examples ofdifferent types of activities with netbooks
  • 9. Teacher-led activity with netbooks Teacher-led activity, frontal-styleimage: a Turkish pre-pilot netbook class
  • 10. Indivdual work: on-line or off-lineimage: a German pre-pilot netbook class www.netbooks.eun.orgclass
  • 11. Groupwork: on-line or off-line
  • 12. Groupwork with netbooks (individual netbooks)image: a German pre-pilot netbook class
  • 13. Pairwork with individual netbooksimage: a German pre-pilot netbook class
  • 14. Individual work off-line 14
  • 15. Individualised remidiation with netbooksimage: a German pre-pilot netbook class
  • 16. Teachers as collaborators
  • 17. Teachers collaborating on netbooks
  • 18. Different pedagogical modesFormal netbooks in school out of schoolContext individual collaborative individual collaborative on-line off-line on-line off-line on-line off-line on-line off-lineLearnersTeacher’stasksParents,etc.
  • 19. 1:1 pedagogical scenarios Barbara S..., European Schoolnetimage: a German pre-pilot netbook class
  • 20. 1:1 pedagogical scenarios• Help teachers “orchestrate” the learning situations with netbooks• The interplay : – between different activities (e.g. sequencing different activities) – between individual and social processes• Short sequences alternating activities• Suggestion rather than prescriptive• Not subject-specific or detailed lesson plans• Describe the organisationl conditions (material and tools, classroom setting, estimated time, evaluation)• Step-by-step
  • 21. Orchestration of learning activities E.g see Ingo Kollar (2010), ОrchestratingLearni: EducationalPsychologyPerspective
  • 22. 1:1 pedagogical scenarios
  • 23. Spring Day 1:1 netbook scenario Frontal teaching on-line off-lineGroup on-line off-line  Individual off-line
  • 24. Questions? Elina.Jokisalo@eun.orgimage: a Turkish pre-pilot netbook class