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Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
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Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
Hanson Lika Kth 2010 It I LäRarutbildningen
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  1. The LIKA project – integrating ICT learning outcomes in teacher training programs<br />Mats Hanson, <br />Royal Institute of Technology<br />Eva Fors, <br />Swedish School of Sport and Health Sciences<br />
  2. LIKAaims<br />introducing digital competence as progressive part in programs and courses in Teacher training<br />to <br />strengthen actuality, relevance and quality<br />ICT should be an integrated and natural part in the profession of teaching <br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />2<br />
  3. Collaborators<br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />3<br />
  4. Framework<br />LIKA is a six year project financed by the Swedish Knowledge Foundation and partners<br />The Knowledge Foundation national promotion of ICT in Teacher Education, equivalent to 27 million USD. <br />LIKA = 3.5 million USD <br />LIKA will in the end engage approx. 600 teachers trainers and 15 000 teacher students <br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />4<br />
  5. The target group for LIKA<br />Teacher educators - engaged in both method development and course development<br />Teacher students - reference group and participants<br />In-service teachers in partner schools working as mentors for teacher students during periods of practice<br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />5<br />
  6. Is TeacherTraningready for e-learning?<br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />6<br />
  7. CDIO<br />ENGINEERS WHO CAN ENGINEER<br />LIKA<br />TEACHERS WHO CAN TEACH<br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />7<br />
  8. 10 principles<br />
  9. Digital literacy is an important part in the teacher-training program. <br />Specific and detailed Learning outcomes of subject knowledge and skills in ICT to be integrated as much as possible <br />There must be a progression of ICT skills across the program.  <br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />3 principlesThe board, management and teachers involved must subscribe to:<br />9<br />
  10. 3 principles The conditions for teacher training student <br />4. Students will have access to the computer and support <br />5. Introduction to ICT in early education <br />6. Learning environment that supports ICT<br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />10<br />
  11. 1 principal forExamination <br />7. ICT knowledge and skills to be examined<br /> <br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />11<br />
  12. 1 principal Resources are important for the development of teacher competence<br />8. Resources must be ensured for Teachers Trainers competence development <br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />12<br />
  13. 2 principles evaluation and dissemination of results<br />9. The LIKA principles should be integrated within the normal quality system <br />10. LIKA is a collaborative project. Participants should be active in networking and dissemination<br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />13<br />
  14. Sustainableteachereducation<br />- a scientific and critical approach<br />- a historicalperspective<br />- an international perspective<br />- information and communications technology (ICT) as an educational resource <br />SOU 2008:109<br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />14<br />
  15. Development of the LIKA Matrix<br />CDIO as a guideline<br />
  16. Digital Competences<br />The LIKA project looks upon competences as representation of a dynamic combination of knowledge, understanding, skills, abilities, judgment and approach.<br />Skills are abilities formed in learning activities which can be divided into ‘subject specific’ and ‘generic’. All skills range from a low to a high level. <br /> I.e. Low: discuss, explain, describe, tell, etc.<br /> High: rank, create, show, design, decide, analyze, etc. <br />Skills listed in the matrix are interchangeable due to the technological development and the rapid change in society.<br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />16<br />
  17. Communication<br />Administration<br />Learning<br />Information<br /> Program progression<br />Year 1<br />Course C<br />Course A<br />Course B<br />Course D<br />Year 2<br />Course G<br />Course E<br />Course F<br />Course H<br />Year 3<br />Course L<br />Course J<br />Course I<br />Course K<br />Year 4<br />Course M<br />Course P<br />Course O<br />Course N<br />Year 5<br />Course R<br />Course Q<br />Course S<br />Course T<br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />17<br />
  18. The LIKA Matrix<br />A digital theoretic competence implies that teachers has knowledge about ICT-pedagogic theories and methods for teaching and learning, and is able to value how a different theoretical aspect affects practical professional pedagogic activities.<br />A digital theoretic competence also requires knowledge about research within the field of ICT and learning.<br />A digital technical competence implies that teachers can decide when and what digital tool to use in a pedagogic environment. <br />The person should have technical skills and be continually updated within this area.<br />A digital didactic pedagogical competence is to be able to judge when, what, why and how ICT should be used as a pedagogic and methodological support for learning.<br />Teachers should be able to choose methods and digital tools suitable to the content, environment and the context.<br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />18<br />
  19. Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />19<br />
  20. ICT and Digital competences<br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />20<br />
  21. Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />P<br />R<br />O<br />G<br />R<br />E<br />S<br />S<br />I<br />O<br />N<br />21<br />
  22. Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />22<br />
  23. Lessons learned? <br />Please, ask questions at the panel debate<br />The LIKA Wiki<br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />23<br />
  24. Thank you!<br />In a completely rational society, the best of us would be teachers and <br />the rest of us would have to settle for something less. <br />Lee Iacocca<br />24<br />Conference on National Strategies and ICT as an intended learning outcome in Teacher Education in Sweden, KTH February 3, 2010 <br />

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