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'Just in time' Learning resources for trades and correctional centres.

'Just in time' Learning resources for trades and correctional centres.

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  • 1. “ Jukebox in Cyber-era”
  • 2.  
  • 3. Automotive
  • 4. Check fluids
  • 5.  
  • 6.  
  • 7. volume
  • 8. Calculate Volume
  • 9.  
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  • 13. Project Background
    • Address the learning styles of
      • Apprentices
        • Cert II Automotive
        • Cert II Building/Construction
      • Correctional Centre students
        • Trades
        • Certificate General Education
  • 14. Issues
    • Low literacy/numeracy
    • Current delivery
      • paper based classroom
      • Workshop hands on
    • Correctional Centre
      • Limitations on computer based delivery
    • Trades
      • Limited computer access (currently being upgraded)
      • No facilities in workshop for computer based resources
  • 15. Solution
    • eLearning Jukebox
      • Collection of interactive learning resources
        • Just-in-time resources
        • Fun & engaging
        • Easily navigated
        • Interface resembling an online jukebox
      • Available through secure student intranet
      • Stand-alone customised PC
      • Customised CD/DVD for remote students
  • 16. Involving stakeholders A correctional student working on the jukebox – designed & manufactured at Fulham Correctional Centre.
  • 17. The Jukebox ~ software
    • easily modified/expanded
    • ensure the project’s sustainability
  • 18. Content
    • Learning Objects
      • LRN Viewer
      • VET Reload Tool
    • Video
    • Documents
      • Word
      • PDF
  • 19. Next steps….
    • Training videos
    • Digital Stories
    • Voice Tools
  • 20. Next steps….
    • Hairdressing
    • Visual Art
    • ICT
  • 21. On behalf of the eLearning team I would like to thank Howard Erry for his support of this project.   Howard Erry, Project manager for Australian Flexible Learning Framework, visited today and expressed his thanks to all those who have worked on the Jukebox.    He was most positive about the project. “Most projects are a solution looking for a problem – this project works towards solving a very real problem”.   It is important to maintain the momentum of the project and to this end a second pc is ready to be delivered to FCC.   eLearning are keen to work with FCC staff to develop resources for use within Correctional in early 2009.   My thanks once again!