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Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
Certification Plymouth
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  • 1. Introduction Where I am from … … Salzburg Klagenfurt two of us are practitioners at school AUSTRIA, THE HEART OF EUROPE 1 Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009
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  • 4. Our new / old learning environment … 17. April 2009 4
  • 5. Recently in our school … Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 5
  • 6. A typical Austrian (blended) computer 17. April 2009 6
  • 7. Paper-Pencil-Reality 16.4.2009 17. April 2009
  • 8. At the same time in the Media Lab Medienraum 17. April 2009 8
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  • 17. E-Learning … result or preconditon ;-) Peter Micheuz peter.micheuz@uni-klu.ac.at Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 17
  • 18. Promoting, Standardizing and Certifying ICT Integration in Austrian Secondary Schools Or: Living with the digital divide? Peter Micheuz Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 18
  • 19. Overview • Introduction • Special Austrian Initiatives • eLSA-Certification for schools • Conclusions Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 19
  • 20. Introduction • Buzzword E-Learning Is there a specific Book-Learning? Is there a specific Black Board Learning • The long way to „transformed schools“ and to E-Certification “ICT and Schools:” - Emerging, Applying, integrating,transforming” Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 20
  • 21. A logical development …
  • 22. Introduction Theory of innovation (Rogers, 1962) • Innovation is … „doing the old in new ways“ (Schumpeter) „a transformation of practice in a community” “A transformation […] won’t happen unless the new practice generates more value to the members than the old” (P. Denning, 2004) Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 22
  • 23. Innovation and –adoption curve 17. April 2009 23
  • 24. Rooms of change… 17. April 2009 24
  • 25. Change management … • New things get a habit  Extrabudget Normal state 1 Normal state 2 Normalbudget • … or it stays a „hype“. 
  • 26. Special Austrian Initiatives I Major E-Learning projects eLSA and eLC Initiative by the Austrian Ministry of Education • eLSA – Lower Secondary Level about 20% of all Secondary Academic Schools involved • eLC – e-Learning Cluster for Upper Secondary Level (30% involved) • Recent: FuturElearning-Programme Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 26
  • 27. eLSA-Website Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 27
  • 28. Short Version of the 8 Goals • Full Coverage (pupils, teachers) • Communication among teachers • Evaluation and Cooperation • Strategy (School program) • Leadership • Controlling (steering group) • Offer of an ICT Certificate Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 28
  • 29. Special Austrian Initiatives II Edumoodle – Hype of a LMS in Austria • More than 1000 schools on a centralized Open Source Platform • Backbone for many E-Learning activities • “Moodle” as brand for E-Learning? EPICT (European Pedagical License) • Danish multilevel marketing • Amalgam of technological and diactical aspects Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 29
  • 30. Remark: Does the tail wa the dog? • ICT – Integration, school culture and school development go hand in hand • ICT-integration as a catalyst of school developement? • or: A school and learning cultur is indespensible for efficient ICT- Integration? Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 30
  • 31. 8 eLSA / eLC Goals 1. Each student has to get in touch with e-Learning and has to try out “e- Learning sequences” in lower secondary education. 2. Each teacher has to experience e- learning sequences in his/her own subjects (in at least one subject) and has to share this experience with all members of the teaching teams involved in these subjects and the participating classes. Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 31
  • 32. 8 eLSA - Goals 3. Within their subject area, teachers have to discuss the potential and limits of e-Learning. 4. eLSA schools develop concrete models for evaluating “e-Learning” and cooperate and share their experiences with other schools. 5. The school program should explicitely contain (revised) e-Learning aspects. Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 32
  • 33. 8 eLSA - Goals 6. “e-Learning” must be an important concern of the school principalship. The project has high priority in the school routine. 7. There is a steering group which coordinates and harmonizes the “e- Learning” content developments, ensures their practical application and the progress of the project. 8. The school offers its students the possibility to obtain at least one IT or e- Learning certificate (on a voluntary basis). Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 33
  • 34. 8 eLSA / eLC Goals The schools determins if the goals are reached. Jahresendbericht The school submits an application for certification at the regional coordinator School visit hospitations, conference, talks with the headmaster, schoolcoordinator, steering group Report from the regional coordinator Certificate Improvements eLSA at the school Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 34
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  • 38. One exemplary goal and its indicators 2. Each teacher has to experience e- learning sequences in his/her own subjects (in at least one subject) and has to share this experience with all members of the teaching teams involved in these subjects and the participating classes. Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 38
  • 39. Indicators and positive evidence At least 20% of the teachers are E- Talks with the teachers about their Learning experts. They are using ICT activities who show exemplarily regularely in their lessons as an examples of their work. educational principle The experts cover (almost) all subjects. The expert group encompasses all subjects. 60% of the teachers are „watching“ E- Documentation of the work, talk with Learning activities at the school and are the teachers using ICT occasionally and know the LMS at school All the teachers have dealed with E- Talks with the teachers, insight into the Learning severely and defined their role results of internal surveys in the project. The compulsory requirement of the Insight into class registers curriculum, to use digital media in the lessons has been taken seriously from all. Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 39
  • 40. Indicators and positive evidence In all subjects there are E-Learning- Provision of materials or sequences/materials or documentations documentations for using digital media available In all subject areas there are experts Protocols of meetings and conferences who inform all the other teachers about innovations and try to get them into the project (playing missionary) Teachers took part verifiably in in- Dokumentation in the annual report, service training in the field of E-Learning certificates of participation and didactics Teachers of the schools are verifiably Participation at in-service training, interested in new developments and newsletters, reports from the lessons are ready to try out in their lessons. The teachers are „computer literate“ ECDL certificate, advanced training and have basic competencies about courses, Online-Courses digital media Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 40
  • 41. Benefits for schools • Public relation for the particular school • Promotion for school development • Certified schools could be reference schools for inservice-training and teacher training institutions • Better financial support Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 41
  • 42. And finally … Thank You for Your Attention. Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 42
  • 43. Minister of Education – Claudia Schmied WE NEED FACTS …
  • 44. Data - Facts – empirical research Empirical research 9 schools – response: n = 430 17. April 2009 44
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  • 46. The teachers 90 80 70 60 m 50 w 40 30 20 10 0 unter 30 31-40 41-50 51-60 über 60 n = 429 17. April 2009 46
  • 47. Eisntellung des Lehrkörpers 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Schule1 Schule2 Schule3 Schule4 Schule5 Schule6 Schule7 Schule8 Schule9 1 Ich fühle mich als Pionier und Vorreiter 2 Für mich ist das normal und selbstverständlich 3 Ich setze den Computer im Unterricht gelegentlich ein 4 Ich bin noch reserviert, interessiere mich aber dafür 5 Ich kann dem nichts abgewinnen 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 0.2 0.1 0 17. April 2009 47
  • 48. Textbook – Worksheets – Blackboard 45 40 35 Textbook 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 Schule1 Schule2 Schule3 Schule4 Schule5 Schule6 Schule7 Schule8 Schule9 25 20 Worksheets 15 10 5 0 35 Schule1 Schule2 Schule3 Schule4 Schule5 Schule6 Schule7 Schule8 Schule9 30 25 Blackboard 20 15 10 5 0 Schule1 Schule2 Schule3 Schule4 Schule5 Schule6 Schule7 Schule8 Schule9 17. April 2009 48
  • 49. Overhead – CD/DVD/TV – Beamer 30 25 Overhead 20 15 10 5 0 Schule1 Schule2 Schule3 Schule4 Schule5 Schule6 Schule7 Schule8 Schule9 20 15 CD/DVD/TV 10 5 0 Schule1 Schule2 Schule3 Schule4 Schule5 Schule6 Schule7 Schule8 Schule9 25 20 Beamer 15 10 5 0 Schule1 Schule2 Schule3 Schule4 Schule5 Schule6 Schule7 Schule8 Schule9 17. April 2009 49
  • 50. E-Learning Classification 17. April 2009 50
  • 51. Use of digital media in reality Andere Aktivitäten (Podcasts, E-Portfolios, Blogs, …) Betreiben eines Forums Übungen und Tests mit Computerunterstützung Kurse auf einer Lernplattform (z.B. Moodle, …) Ergänzung zum Schulbuch (SBX, More Online, …) Bereitstellen von digitalem Unterrichtsmaterial im Netz Kommunikation (E-Mail, Chat, Skype, …) mit SchülerInnen Informationsbeschaffung (Online-Lexika, …) Fachbezogene Lernprogramme Standardsoftware (Textv., Bildbearb.,…) im Fachunterricht Digitale Präsentationen/Videos/Filme über Beamer 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 17. April 2009 51
  • 52. Cooporation between teachers 50% Big differences … 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% 0% Schule1 Schule2 Schule3 Schule4 Schule5 Schule6 Schule7 Schule8 Schule9 17. April 2009 52
  • 53. The most critical factor? 80% ? 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Schule1 Schule2 Schule3 Schule4 Schule5 Schule6 Schule7 Schule8 Schule9 17. April 2009 53
  • 54. And finally … Thank You for Your Attention. Peter Micheuz, Plymouth, April 2009 54

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