Core Breakfasts 2013 & workshops | Effective e-Learning

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These slides support the series of CORE Education breakfasts and workshops that I have been facilitating across New Zealand in 2013.

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Core Breakfasts 2013 & workshops | Effective e-Learning

  1. 1. Waiata / Tēnā koutou, e hoa mā Whakataka te hau ki te uru, Whakataka te hau ki te tonga. Get ready for the westerly and be prepared for the southerly. Kia mākinakina ki uta, Kia mātaratara ki tai. It will be icy cold inland, and icy cold on the shore. E hī ake ana te atākura He tio, he huka, he hauhunga May the dawn rise red-tipped on ice, on snow, on frost. Haumi e! Hui e! Tāiki e! Join! Gather! Intertwine! Image credit: Mark Lincoln http://www.flickr.com/photos/marklincoln/5975570550 Monday, 4 November 13
  2. 2. effective e-learning Karen Melhuish Spencer | @virtuallykaren | #corebreakfast 2013 Monday, 4 November 13
  3. 3. No hea au? Monday, 4 November 13
  4. 4. Build a tower Monday, 4 November 13
  5. 5. Build a tower Monday, 4 November 13
  6. 6. How high can you build a tower before its stability is affected? Monday, 4 November 13
  7. 7. The technology is far less important than the kind of education that it enables. Monday, 4 November 13
  8. 8. New roads to knowledge ‘Watch the world’ - Robbie Dingo | ‘Starry Night over the Rhone - Van Gogh Monday, 4 November 13
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  12. 12. WHAT’S THE POINT? Monday, 4 November 13
  13. 13. “there has been enormous change in the ... nature of societies, change in the nature of work, change in how knowledge is viewed change in technologies... Those changes...have implications for the kind of education our young people require, and the focus of the teaching and learning they experience ” Ministry of Education, 2013 Monday, 4 November 13
  14. 14. UNBUNDLE thinking Monday, 4 November 13
  15. 15. UNBUNDLE structure UNBUNDLE content Monday, 4 November 13
  16. 16. “ The potential of new technologies to transform teaching and learning is heavily dependent on educators’ abilities to see the affordances and capacities of ICT in relation to the underpinning themes for learning for the 21st century ” Monday, 4 November 13
  17. 17. personalise diversify apply knowledge rethink roles continue to learn SIX THEMES Monday, 4 November 13 connect to community
  18. 18. Think of a learner.... Monday, 4 November 13
  19. 19. 1 / PERSONALISE LEARNING Monday, 4 November 13
  20. 20. Personal choice and pathways Monday, 4 November 13
  21. 21. Personal learning environments Monday, 4 November 13
  22. 22. How can you use technologies to give learners choice that suits their needs and passions? Monday, 4 November 13
  23. 23. 2/ DELIBERATELY DIVERSIFY Monday, 4 November 13
  24. 24. Enabling e-Learning | Te Kura o Kutarere Monday, 4 November 13
  25. 25. Enabling e-Learning | Te Kura o Kutarere Monday, 4 November 13
  26. 26. NeverSeconds blog (Martha) Monday, 4 November 13
  27. 27. How can you use technologies to support and teach for diversity? Monday, 4 November 13
  28. 28. 3/ PUT KNOWLEDGE TO WORK Monday, 4 November 13
  29. 29. http://www.passionfruitmagazine.co.nz/ Fraser High’s Passionfruit project Monday, 4 November 13
  30. 30. http://www.passionfruitmagazine.co.nz/ Fraser High’s Passionfruit project Monday, 4 November 13
  31. 31. “'I think I did really well with this story. I enjoyed dressing up to tell my story, it made me feel like Margaret Mahy. I think I would like to do more of this, and maybe tell my stories to younger children. I would really like some children to tell me what could make my stories better.'” Monday, 4 November 13
  32. 32. How can you use technologies so the learning purpose is real and authentic? Monday, 4 November 13
  33. 33. 4/ RETHINK ROLES Source: Switcheroo Monday, 4 November 13
  34. 34. North Street School Techsperts Monday, 4 November 13
  35. 35. Greerton Village School Monday, 4 November 13
  36. 36. How can you use technologies so that students and teachers create knowledge together? Monday, 4 November 13
  37. 37. 5/ CONTINUE TO LEARN Monday, 4 November 13
  38. 38. “Who dares to teach must never cease to learn.”  - John Cotton Dana Monday, 4 November 13 Tex t.........
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  40. 40. inquiry Monday, 4 November 13
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  42. 42. personalised PD Monday, 4 November 13
  43. 43. How can you use technologies to support on-going learning and inquiry? Monday, 4 November 13
  44. 44. 6/ CONNECT WITH THE COMMUNITY Monday, 4 November 13
  45. 45. Connecting learners to whānau “It’s another way of sharing what’s going on in our school and for those parents that can’t get away, letting them just quickly login for five minutes, see what their child’s doing.” Monday, 4 November 13
  46. 46. Connecting learners to experts Newmarket School | Skoodle Monday, 4 November 13
  47. 47. Connecting teachers and schools to each other www.vln.school.nz Monday, 4 November 13
  48. 48. How can you use technologies to connect with whānau, local and global communities? Monday, 4 November 13
  49. 49. "The future is here, it's just not evenly distributed yet." - Gibson Monday, 4 November 13
  50. 50. What does ‘effective’ mean? Monday, 4 November 13
  51. 51. What does ‘effective’ mean? Monday, 4 November 13
  52. 52. What does ‘effective’ mean? Monday, 4 November 13
  53. 53. What does ‘effective’ mean? Monday, 4 November 13
  54. 54. What information tells us we are being ‘effective’? e-Learning Planning Framework Monday, 4 November 13
  55. 55. “If I walk up and down your corridors and asked all the teachers what the school is doing that is innovative, how many would talk about new technology initiatives?” - Grant Lichtman Monday, 4 November 13
  56. 56. Leader challenge “I did not find a single school moving forward with what we would call innovative education programmes where it was not visibly and intentionally supported by onsite leadership” - Grant Lichtman, 64 schools in 89 days Ask what the school could be doing (not what are we doing and how can we improve?) Monday, 4 November 13
  57. 57. Teacher challenge Think like an architect. Design the learning with the people, not the bricks. who are you designing for? why are you designing? how might you and your learners create the outcome together? Monday, 4 November 13
  58. 58. Teacher challenge Think like an architect. Design the learning with the people, not the bricks. who are you designing for? why are you designing? how might you and your learners create the outcome together? Monday, 4 November 13
  59. 59. “Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Willing is not enough; we must do.” -Goethe Q&A | One spark of an idea to carry back to school? Monday, 4 November 13
  60. 60. Designing Effective e-Learning | Workshop Karen Melhuish Spencer | @virtuallykaren | #corebreakfast 2013 Monday, 4 November 13
  61. 61. Māku rā pea Māku rā pea Māku koe e awhi e Ki te ara, ara Tupu Māku koe e awhi e x 2 I will perhaps I will perhaps I will help you Upon the pathway, of progress I will indeed help you Monday, 4 November 13
  62. 62. A shared space http://bit.ly/1bny2G7 Monday, 4 November 13
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  65. 65. Values up front Draw the line in the sand Design like architects Map a way forward WORKSHOP THEMES Monday, 4 November 13
  66. 66. Part 1 Values up front Monday, 4 November 13
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  68. 68. forms11about@photos.flickr.com Monday, 4 November 13
  69. 69. Picture your class... Monday, 4 November 13
  70. 70. Picture your class... Monday, 4 November 13
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  73. 73. Monday, 4 November 13
  74. 74. New Zealand: the e-learning big picture... Monday, 4 November 13
  75. 75. ultra-fast broadband & managed network Monday, 4 November 13
  76. 76. Parliamentary Inquiry & 21st Century Reference Group Monday, 4 November 13
  77. 77. e! om H Monday, 4 November 13
  78. 78. Enabling e-Learning Community http:// www.vln.school.nz http:// www.facebook.com/ Enabling.eLearning @enablelearning on Twitter Monday, 4 November 13
  79. 79. Part 1: Draw the line in the sand Monday, 4 November 13
  80. 80. e-Learning Planning Framework Monday, 4 November 13
  81. 81. e m e rging “My students mainly draft writing and then we type it up neatly, or make posters for the wall. To be honest, the work is the same as it has always been - I’m not sure what the possibilities are.” Image: DavidDMuir Monday, 4 November 13
  82. 82. e ngagin g “We have tablets in the classroom and we use them mainly for research and editing. Some students want to be more creative in the way they work. I feel we could be using technologies to support the learning process more strategically.” Image: Christy Tvarok Green Monday, 4 November 13
  83. 83. e xte nding “ I have begun to use technologies to find new pathways that suit students’ passions and needs. This has meant designing tasks differently to how I have in the past.” Image: Mark Pinder for the Guardian Monday, 4 November 13
  84. 84. emp o wer ing “We integrate technologies so that students’ inquiries are personalised and richly creative - and we make the most of community and global connections. Learning looks pretty different to a few years ago.” Image: chesbayprogram Monday, 4 November 13
  85. 85. Part 2: Effective e-learning design Monday, 4 November 13
  86. 86. “In deep expressions of practice, students' learning activities and the curriculum/ knowledge content they engage with are shaped in ways that reflect the input and interests of students, as well as what teachers know to be important knowledge.” Bolstad, R., Gilbert J., McDowell, S., Bull, A., Boyd, S., Hipkins, R. (2012) Supporting future-oriented learning and teaching - a New Zealand perspective. New Zealand: Ministry of Education Monday, 4 November 13
  87. 87. How did we combine these? 3/ Appropriate ICT choice enabling content & pedagogy in new ways 1/ WHAT to learn Content& Technology& Pedagogy& learning areas authentic higher-order 2/ HOW to learn it collaborative, driven by students’ needs akō, co-constructed Monday, 4 November 13
  88. 88. An example Monday, 4 November 13
  89. 89. How did we combine these? 3/ Appropriate ICT choice enabling content & pedagogy in new ways 1/ WHAT to learn Content& Technology& Pedagogy& learning areas authentic higher-order 2/ HOW to learn it collaborative, driven by students’ needs akō, co-constructed Monday, 4 November 13
  90. 90. why Part 3 Dig deep using design thinking... Monday, 4 November 13 ?
  91. 91. des ign thinking! Monday, 4 November 13
  92. 92. VISUALISE Monday, 4 November 13
  93. 93. Monday, 4 November 13
  94. 94. 1. What’s important? Empathy: Interview your partner > ask what > ask why Monday, 4 November 13
  95. 95. 2. The Problem Worth Solving 1. How can I offer a choice of ways to engage with New Zealand history next term? 2. How can I support the staff at different stages of their professional learning? 3. How can we engage our parents in the BYOD process? Synthesis: Review the notes and refine the question Monday, 4 November 13
  96. 96. 3. Ideate the Inquiry Come up with as many ideas/questions/pathways as you can! Monday, 4 November 13
  97. 97. 4. Refine & Release! Review the ideas - and map out the next steps for action Monday, 4 November 13
  98. 98. 5. Show and Share Where will you go next and why? Monday, 4 November 13
  99. 99. Part 3: Are we there yet? Monday, 4 November 13
  100. 100. What difference does e-learning make? Monday, 4 November 13
  101. 101. What difference does e-learning make? Monday, 4 November 13
  102. 102. How are we creating engaging, supportive environments? Monday, 4 November 13
  103. 103. Use inquiry to track progress Monday, 4 November 13
  104. 104. What data might you use? Monday, 4 November 13
  105. 105. Resources to support your journeys... Monday, 4 November 13
  106. 106. http://www.pinterest.com/virtuallykaren/boards/ Monday, 4 November 13
  107. 107. http://www.elearning.tki.org.nz/ Monday, 4 November 13
  108. 108. www.vln.school.nz Monday, 4 November 13
  109. 109. Values & beliefs up front Draw the line in the sand Design like architects Map a way forward using inquiry Monday, 4 November 13
  110. 110. Focus to finish Monday, 4 November 13
  111. 111. “I saw students gain unexpected insights into the relationships between characters. clearly demonstrated a sense of ownership about the page and the play.” - Jo Morris, Karamu High School Monday, 4 November 13
  112. 112. Test. Trial. Question. Inquire. • What do your students need? What matters most to them, given what you know? • How can you combine the learning focus, pedagogy and technology in ONE small trial? Frame this as a deep question. • • • What will you need to know before you trial? • Next steps? What will you look for? What happened? What questions do you now have? Monday, 4 November 13

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