#ULearn13 | Breakout 6 | Effective eLearning

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#ULearn13 | Breakout 6 | Effective eLearning

  1. 1. Join  the  conversa.on  by  using    #ulearn13    |    Follow  us  @ulearnnz Effective e-learning Kickstart the way you integrate learning and technologies Karen  Melhuish  Spencer    |    @virtuallykaren    |    www.karenmelhuishspencer.com
  2. 2. Our  online  ‘home’ Effec.ve  eLearning  hIp://bit.ly/elearn1234   2
  3. 3. No hea au?
  4. 4. Hot corners!
  5. 5. our morning 9:00-9.30: ‘Big ideas’ e-learning, expectation and engagement 9.30-10.15: Unpack TPACK The what, the how and the tech 11.15: Review and next steps A introduction to the e-Learning Planning Framework 11.45 Design new pathways Bring expectation and engagement together
  6. 6. By the end of our session... ✓ Explored the ‘why’ of effective e-learning ✓ Explored current examples of e-learning and curriculum ✓ Developing starting points for term 4. ✓ Connected with colleagues across NZ http://www.flickr.com/photos/27620885@N02/3018698863/sizes/m/
  7. 7. who: all our learners why: the importance of educating for diversity how: curriculum & pedagogy that enable access & agency what: choices of pathways using apps & hardware
  8. 8. Build a tower
  9. 9. Build a tower
  10. 10. How high can you build a tower before its stability is affected?
  11. 11. The technology is far less important than the kind of education that it enables.
  12. 12. Teacher expectations for learning Greater opportunity to connect, participate & collaborate New pathways to new knowledge Engagement through prior knowledge Source: wakingphotolife Civic engagement Digital citizens Access Inclusion Equity ..so that every student can actively engage in learning in ways that deliberately suit their needs and passions. . Inclusion. Engagement
  13. 13. Picture your class...
  14. 14. Picture your class...
  15. 15. What are we educating for? Your school’s graduate profile....
  16. 16. Teacher expectation & student engagement
  17. 17. “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
  18. 18. expectation leads to engagement Combine knowledge, approaches and technologies
  19. 19. what is e-learning? “...learning and teaching that is facilitated by or supported through the appropriate use of information and communication technologies (ICTs).”
  20. 20. 1/ WHAT to learn learning areas authentic higher-order 2/ HOW to learn it collaborative, akō, co-constructed 3/ Appropriate ICT choice enabling content & pedagogy in new ways Content& Pedagogy&Technology& driven by students’ needs Appropriate mix www.tpack.org
  21. 21. When the mix isn’t right...
  22. 22. An appropriate mix
  23. 23. 1/ WHAT to learn learning areas authentic higher-order 2/ HOW to learn it collaborative, akō, co-constructed 3/ Appropriate ICT choice enabling content & pedagogy in new ways Content& Pedagogy&Technology& driven by students’ needs Appropriate mix
  24. 24. 1/ WHAT to learn curriculum learning areas Content& Pedagogy&Technology& driven by students’ needs Appropriate mix
  25. 25. 2/ HOW to learn it collaborative, akō, co-constructed Content& Pedagogy&Technology& driven by students’ needs Appropriate mix
  26. 26. 3/ Appropriate ICT choice enabling content & pedagogy in new ways Content& Pedagogy&Technology& driven by students’ needs Appropriate mix
  27. 27. engage offer pathways to information
  28. 28. ‘Watch the world’ - Robbie Dingo | ‘Starry Night over the Rhone - Van Gogh New types of knowledge
  29. 29. http://www.pinterest.com/virtuallykaren/boards/
  30. 30. NZTA Education
  31. 31. Moving to deep understanding My place in the sun - understanding why places can be important to us. • Identify one important place where people go during the summer. • Describe the kinds of places where people spend their summer. • Compare the places - how are they similar? different? • Make general statements about the kinds of places that are important to people.
  32. 32. 3/ Appropriate ICT choice enabling content & pedagogy in new ways Content& Pedagogy&Technology& driven by students’ needs Mission 1 | Appropriate mix
  33. 33. engage through new approaches to learning
  34. 34. forms11about@photos.flickr.com
  35. 35. Engagement before.... “Help me find my own doorway” http://www.flickr.com/photos/learnscope/2547026015/sizes/m/ “Once we have developed a rich question, we use: > photos gathered on Flickr, > recorded video interviews with family, and > examples online, like Digistore, to engage prior knowledge on a topic.”
  36. 36. Diving deeper “Give me steps...or build me a ramp” “There is more than one way to show understanding - we > sketch, > digitally mind- map, > plan and draft ideas using storytelling apps, > use a Voicethread > curate images as we prepare to explore deeper....” http://www.flickr.com/photos/kevintice/189207135/sizes/m/
  37. 37. Sharing learning “Pathways as memorable as the destination” “We use tools to > support collaborative and shared writing, > flexible editing and > authentic publication. Producing ideas for real purposes and audiences has never been easier.” http://www.flickr.com/photos/opedagogen/5265755107/sizes/m/
  38. 38. 3/ Appropriate ICT choice enabling content & pedagogy in new ways Content& Pedagogy&Technology& driven by students’ needs Appropriate mix
  39. 39. How can technology enable different approaches? http://www.flickr.com/photos/opedagogen/5265755107/sizes/m/
  40. 40. http://www.flickr.com/photos/90257728@N02/
  41. 41. Temperature of the Room Quick feedback via stickies or website | notes & queries
  42. 42. Part 2: Combining learning design & technologies How can we turn ideas into action?
  43. 43. driving your own learning Image:Boudewijn Berends
  44. 44. design for all Image: ZeRo`SKiLL
  45. 45. design thinking!
  46. 46. emerging ✓ finding out ✓ planning ✓ investigating Image: DavidDMuir What might our focus question be? “My students mainly draft writing and then we type it up neatly, or make posters for the wall.To be honest, the work feels like its the same as it has always been - I’m not sure what the possibilities are.”
  47. 47. engaging Image: Christy Tvarok Green ✓ trialing ✓establishingWhat might our focus question be? “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.”
  48. 48. extending ✓ focus on learning ✓authentic use ✓shared roles ✓whole community Image: Mark Pinder for the Guardian “ 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.” What might our focus question be?
  49. 49. empowering ✓ higher-order ✓ community driven ✓ networked & blended Image: chesbayprogram “We integrate technologies so that students’ learning is personalised and richly creative - and we make the most of community and global connections. Learning looks completely different to a few years ago.” What might our focus question be?
  50. 50. www.elearning.tki.org
  51. 51. www.elearning.tki.org VLN Groups - online community for teachers www.vln.school.nz
  52. 52. Planning an approach for Term 4
  53. 53. Focus
  54. 54. Next steps? Image: Some rights reserved by SFB579 :) What is needed now?

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