What is this contract about?



 growth      excitement
 challenge   learning
What is this contract
              REALLY
               about?
growth           learning     excitement   challenge
conf...
VIDEO CLIP – Elmgrove School

Every school wants their children to be lifelong learners. We all say the
same thing in diff...
What has changed in your classroom?
•Student voice dominates.
•Children are a lot more aware of the learning process. GB
•...
What has changed in your practice?
•Focus on questioning and thinking skills
•Questioning to develop thinking skills
• Que...
What ICT’s are you regularly using?
 •Computer - reading, maths, KidPix, Word, Publisher, Power
 Point, Paint
 •Publishing...
What will your classroom be like
       in 5 years time? (ideally)
•Positive innovative learners
•Computers integrated int...
What have you personally learned to do?

•Insert hyperlink
•Use power point and photo story
•Manipulate photographs
•Wikis...
How much of your time do you spend
            learning?

•Needs based as time allows
•Some weeks more than others
•Very l...
What is it important to learn?
•New ideas
•Programmes
•Keep up-skilling
•How to work together
•Social skills
•Think outsid...
What do you need to learn?
• New Assessment System
•SMS
•Blogs
•Wikis
•More technical information for setting up equipment...
How do you learn best?
    • By doing!
    •Expert assistance and backup
    •Working with the children
    •By using info...
TASK:
•Each class is to prepare a presentation to show how
ICTs are being used in the classroom on a daily basis.
•This ca...
What is learning? (Why do we come to
school?)




How do we learn? How do we like to
learn?
Task:

Work through the questions with your
class using a variety of thinking skills.

Record their ideas and information....
Timetable for Barbara September 10
Ref to task to be presented on September 22

8.45 Belinda
9.30 Lynne

10.30 June
11.15 ...
The School Vision from the children’s point of view
What is learning?                                    Why do we come to...
•Brain storming Mind Maps etc
•6 hats Tournament prioirtiser Gardiners Habits of Mind
•Y chart - + and -
•Comic Life
•Phot...
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    1. 1. What is this contract about? growth excitement challenge learning
    2. 2. What is this contract REALLY about? growth learning excitement challenge confusion movement upskilling thinking skills responsibility future inquiry change anxiousness networking support reflection
    3. 3. VIDEO CLIP – Elmgrove School Every school wants their children to be lifelong learners. We all say the same thing in different ways. CB Student voice is strong. GB Children know why they are at school what it is and how they are going to learn it. BR Children know what their goals are and consciously work towards achieving them. LM Kids need to be aware of how to achieve goals. SMARTgoals – mini action plans. LB
    4. 4. What has changed in your classroom? •Student voice dominates. •Children are a lot more aware of the learning process. GB •Children are taking more responsibility for their own learning. They know the purpose for their learning and it is becoming more relevant. LB •Have used Wikispaces •Continue to use thinking hats, questioning, PMI’,s etc to encourage in depth thinking and sharing. LM •Computer is being used most of the time •Variety of programmes being used – math, thinking, logic, word processing, photographs, art, •Blogs •Wikispace •Websites to locate information and images •Power Point being used
    5. 5. What has changed in your practice? •Focus on questioning and thinking skills •Questioning to develop thinking skills • Questions more open •Less teacher directed more child contribution •More about knowing how to locate, sort, use, present and communicate information •Giving children ownership of their learning •Planning for using thinking skills and graphic organisers •Use of internet to locate and use information •Collaboration between teachers. •Sharing of practice and resources, ideas and information. •Staff more open to change – more flexible • Less topic based
    6. 6. What ICT’s are you regularly using? •Computer - reading, maths, KidPix, Word, Publisher, Power Point, Paint •Publishing writing using a variety of skills, set criteria for learning •Internet for research •Websites for planning •Digital learning objects •Online information, websites for communicating ideas •Data projector - online information, programmes •CD player, tape, DVD, digital camera, laptops for planning, assessment, reporting, PC’s •MP3 player •email
    7. 7. What will your classroom be like in 5 years time? (ideally) •Positive innovative learners •Computers integrated into all curriculum areas and used as required •Personalised learning profiles •Less furniture •Flexible learning spaces •24/7 access and learning •Very small class numbers 15 -20 •More support staff •School assessment online used to generate reports, tracking, etc. •Hard to tell •More support staff •More global learning •Improved computer access •Children will have access to classwork, homework, information etc from home
    8. 8. What have you personally learned to do? •Insert hyperlink •Use power point and photo story •Manipulate photographs •Wikispaces •Blogs •Data projector •Webpages •Use digital camera •Manipulate photographs
    9. 9. How much of your time do you spend learning? •Needs based as time allows •Some weeks more than others •Very little – only needs based, have to push myself
    10. 10. What is it important to learn? •New ideas •Programmes •Keep up-skilling •How to work together •Social skills •Think outside the square •Variety of answers to any problem •Technical information so everything works when you want it to
    11. 11. What do you need to learn? • New Assessment System •SMS •Blogs •Wikis •More technical information for setting up equipment, using a variety of programmes, accessing information •How to compile information from a variety of digital sources
    12. 12. How do you learn best? • By doing! •Expert assistance and backup •Working with the children •By using information in practical situations •Repetition
    13. 13. TASK: •Each class is to prepare a presentation to show how ICTs are being used in the classroom on a daily basis. •This can take any format you wish. •Barbara will be available in school to work with you for up to 45 minutes on September 10. •Presentations will be made on September 22
    14. 14. What is learning? (Why do we come to school?) How do we learn? How do we like to learn?
    15. 15. Task: Work through the questions with your class using a variety of thinking skills. Record their ideas and information. Classes to prepare ‘Photo Story’ or ‘Power Point’ of their journey in answering these questions.
    16. 16. Timetable for Barbara September 10 Ref to task to be presented on September 22 8.45 Belinda 9.30 Lynne 10.30 June 11.15 Gary 1.00 Chris 1.45 Lyn
    17. 17. The School Vision from the children’s point of view What is learning? Why do we come to school? How do we learn? What do we need to learn? Task: Work through the questions with your class using a variety of thinking skills. Record their ideas and information. Classes to prepare ‘Photo Story’ or ‘Power Point’ of their journey in answering these questions. Due date Term 4 … end of October? ICT Minutes Wednesday 10 September - discuss these VISION ideas with your class What is a Newstead learner? How do you learn? What are the 10 most important virtues? What skills do you need to learn? What is it important to learn? What makes it hard to learn? What have we done to help you learn? How do you learn best? How does the classroom need to be set up for you to be able to learn best? What are the skills needed for the 21st century learner?
    18. 18. •Brain storming Mind Maps etc •6 hats Tournament prioirtiser Gardiners Habits of Mind •Y chart - + and - •Comic Life •PhotoStory Power Point •Kidpix Paint •Use the wording in the vision to ink together with the virtues •Classes to create own lists and these for collation to be shared in a school assembly •Children need to be familiar with the language of learning •Why different skills are important. •We are learning to … solve problems… •Going through he processes with the children becomes the focus of the learning. •Learning to learn by practising the skills. •Locate camera!!! And know where they are! Make sure the downloaded pictures are deleted. Make sure the batteries are available for use and charged. •If and when sharing be polite and PC about it •Investigate video capability available on the camera

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