Resourcing	  e-­‐learning	  	  |	  	  Resourceful	  leaders	  A	  joint	  NAPP	  /	  Enabling	  e-­‐Learning	  event	  www...
The techie bit…Check Audio and microphonesettings, go >> Audio>>Audiosetup Wizard>>Audio orMicrophoneRight click on your p...
Whakataka te hau ki te uruWhakataka te hau ki tetongaKia mākinakina ki utaKia mātaratara ki taiE hī ake ana te atakuraHe t...
Our context…	•  “Confident, connected,actively involved lifelonglearners….” (NZC, 2007)		•  “By 2016, 97.7 per cent ofschoo...
What is included in ‘resourcing’?	Resourcing strategically: Mā te huruhuru karere te manu ..
Resourcing strategically: Mā te huruhuru karere te manu .. 		“When identifying andobtaining resources, leaders inhigh-perf...
What skills & understandings might a leaderneed to have to manage resourcing?
Story 1:		Karen Morgan	Wellington Girls’ College	Deputy Principal	NAPP cohort 2012
The	  Big	  Picture	  for	  e-­‐learning	  –	  what	  is	  important?	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  	  Chart...
PracGcal	  ideas	  to	  assist	  the	  e-­‐learning	  journey	  IT	  Audit	  •  HolisGc	  approach	  •  Digital	  strategy...
PracGcal	  ideas	  to	  assist	  the	  e-­‐learning	  journey	  E-­‐Director	  •  Overview	  (raGonale	  for	  decisions	 ...
PracGcal	  ideas	  to	  assist	  the	  e-­‐learning	  journey	  Professional	  Development	  •  Focus	  as	  a	  school	  ...
The challenge of not knowing….. How to manageresourcing if the environment is new or changingaround you?	  	  
BYOD	  Student	  Voice	  •  Work	  as	  learning	  partners	  •  21st	  Century	  Learners	  •  Digital	  CiGzens	  Sustai...
Story	  2	  	  
Strategic	  planning	  for	  ICT	  	  and	  E-­‐learning	  •  Access	  •  System	  •  Hardware	  •  So^ware	  •  Security	...
YEAR	   FOCUS WHAT	  IS	  NEEDED	  AND	  WHY	   ACTION	  NEEDED FUNDING	  FROMWHO	   UPDATE2007 External	  hard	  driveTo	...
Good	  days,	  bad	  days.	  
Future	  focus	  •  Our	  decisions	  are	  based	  on	  the	  best	  capacity	  system	  for	  the	  future	  we	  can	  ...
Ka	  whakairia	  te	  tapu	  Kia	  watea	  ai	  te	  ara	  Kia	  tūruki	  whakataha	  ai	  Hui	  e	  Tāiki	  e 	  	  	  	 ...
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A joint event between Enabling e-Learning and NAPP [29 May 2013] exploring resourcing of e-learning and what it means for leadership capability.
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  1. 1. Resourcing  e-­‐learning    |    Resourceful  leaders  A  joint  NAPP  /  Enabling  e-­‐Learning  event  www.tetoitupu.org  
  2. 2. The techie bit…Check Audio and microphonesettings, go >> Audio>>Audiosetup Wizard>>Audio orMicrophoneRight click on your profile to adddetailsThe chatty bit…Share comments/question anytime using the chat boxClick on the hands up tool if youwant to speak. One person at atime.Use the thumbs up/down/smileytools to show how you feel!Where are weall today?
  3. 3. Whakataka te hau ki te uruWhakataka te hau ki tetongaKia mākinakina ki utaKia mātaratara ki taiE hī ake ana te atakuraHe tio, he huka, he hau hūTīhei mauri ora!Cease the winds from the westCease the winds from the southLet the breeze blow over thelandLet the breeze blow over theoceanLet the red-tipped dawn comewith a sharpened air.A touch of frost, a promise of aglorious day.
  4. 4. Our context… •  “Confident, connected,actively involved lifelonglearners….” (NZC, 2007) •  “By 2016, 97.7 per cent ofschools across New Zealandwill receive ultra-fastbroadband connections. Thisroll out will lead to increasingdemand for online education-related content and servicesamong schools.” (Ministry,2013)
  5. 5. What is included in ‘resourcing’? Resourcing strategically: Mā te huruhuru karere te manu ..
  6. 6. Resourcing strategically: Mā te huruhuru karere te manu .. “When identifying andobtaining resources, leaders inhigh-performing schools: • use clear criteria that arealigned to pedagogical andphilosophical purposes; • ensure sustained fundingfor pedagogical priorities” BES: School Leadership (2009)
  7. 7. What skills & understandings might a leaderneed to have to manage resourcing?
  8. 8. Story 1: Karen Morgan Wellington Girls’ College Deputy Principal NAPP cohort 2012
  9. 9. The  Big  Picture  for  e-­‐learning  –  what  is  important?                                Charter  –  Strategic  Vision  •  Kotahitanga  –  unity  of  purpose  and  direcGon  •  Shared  vision  that  is  transparent  •  E-­‐Learning  must  align  with  your  vision  Teaching  and  Learning  •  Manaakitanga  –  promoGng  the  mana  of  everyone  •  Pedagogy  must  drive  the  decisions  you  make  
  10. 10. PracGcal  ideas  to  assist  the  e-­‐learning  journey  IT  Audit  •  HolisGc  approach  •  Digital  strategy  and  acGon  plan  (e-­‐learning  framework  5  dimensions)  Curriculum  Document  •  Aligned  to  charter/strategic  plan  •  E-­‐learning  as  a  focus    ICT  CommiPees  •  Technical    •  Teaching  and  Learning  
  11. 11. PracGcal  ideas  to  assist  the  e-­‐learning  journey  E-­‐Director  •  Overview  (raGonale  for  decisions  made)  •  Budget  Key  Staff  (technical  capabiliGes)  •  Resource  staff  to  enable  others  •  Tech  Café      
  12. 12. PracGcal  ideas  to  assist  the  e-­‐learning  journey  Professional  Development  •  Focus  as  a  school  •  Professional  Learning  Groups  •  Enable  opportuniGes    Wine  and  Pedagogy  •  Shared  best  pracGce  •  Guest  presenters  Collaborate  with  other  schools  •  Wellington  Loop    
  13. 13. The challenge of not knowing….. How to manageresourcing if the environment is new or changingaround you?    
  14. 14. BYOD  Student  Voice  •  Work  as  learning  partners  •  21st  Century  Learners  •  Digital  CiGzens  Sustainability  •  Decision  making  must  be  linked  to  your  vision  Enjoy  your  journey!    
  15. 15. Story  2    
  16. 16. Strategic  planning  for  ICT    and  E-­‐learning  •  Access  •  System  •  Hardware  •  So^ware  •  Security  •  Cost  •  Speed  Infrastructure    •  Teachers  teach  Teachers    •  Teachers  use  to  support  their  own  learning.  •  Teachers  use  to  support  students  learning.  •  SomeGmes  a  change  of  pedagogy  comes  a^er  a  change  of  habit.  Pedagogy  • ConsultaGon    • EducaGon  • Access  • This  includes  staff.    Community  
  17. 17. YEAR   FOCUS WHAT  IS  NEEDED  AND  WHY   ACTION  NEEDED FUNDING  FROMWHO   UPDATE2007 External  hard  driveTo  safe  guard  the  informaGon  we  already  store  on  server.    This  will  back  up  our  informaGon  and  protect  it  should    a  crash  occurQuotes  need  to  be  obtained  For  purchase  and  installaGon.    ESOL  GRANT  Can  go  aheadTania  to  contact  Geoff.Funding  given  and  quote  being  obtained  Two  quotes  obtained  going  with  Testroom2007 Server  replacedAs  our  use  of  the  server  conGnues  to  rise  we  need  to  upgrade  our  server  so  it  is  reliable  and  can  handle  our  usage.Quotes  need  to  be  obtained  For  purchase  and  installaGon.    ESOL  GRANT  Can  go  aheadTania  to  contact  Geoff.  Celeste  to  speak  to  IanFunding  given  and  quote  being  obtained  Two  quotes  obtained  going  with  Testroom2007 ITC  PD  Cluster Contact  ministry  for  what  informaPon  regarding  what  equipment  we  shall  need.Email  to  ministry. None  Tania  Spoke  to  current  members  of  Tawa  cluster.  Requirement  is  creaPng  your  own  cluster  and  applying  with  them.  To  be  looked  at  in  2008My very first planThis  plan  sits  underneath  the  Annual  Plan.  ITC  is  idenGfied  as  separate  part  of  our  Annual  plan  with  strategic  goals.  This  is  set  in  conjuncGon  with  BOT  and  Management  team.  
  18. 18. Good  days,  bad  days.  
  19. 19. Future  focus  •  Our  decisions  are  based  on  the  best  capacity  system  for  the  future  we  can  not  yet  see.  •  We  evaluate  our  students  curriculum  needs  and  idenGfy  ways  that  e-­‐learning  tools  can  support  these.  •  Currently  upgrading  wifi  so  we  can  be  ready  for  BYOD  which  I  feel  is  only  a  couple  of  years  away  for  our  school.    
  20. 20. Ka  whakairia  te  tapu  Kia  watea  ai  te  ara  Kia  tūruki  whakataha  ai  Hui  e  Tāiki  e                RestricPons  are  moved  aside  So  the  pathway  is  clear  To  return  to  everyday  acPviPes  Enriched  and  unified    

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