Underpinned by the theories of Piaget, Vygotsky,Dewey, Bruner and Montessori, Inquiry BasedLearning (IBL) is a reflective ...
IBL is largely student directed withthe teacher guiding the studentsthrough investigations that involveexperiences that ar...
The media and ICT in an Inquirybased learning classroom.
IBL is a vehicle for the teachingof HSIE, the inclusion of ICT andmedia accentuates the lesson
The students we will be teaching in ourclassrooms are digital natives of the 21stcentury.‘ICT to our 21st century learners...
Todays education system facesirrelevance unless we bridge thegap between how students liveand how the learn.- Partnership ...
http://www.tubechop.com/watch/1154519
The use of media and ICT, according to numerousbodies of research, has been shown to deliversubstantial positive effects a...
Research also indicates that amore technology environmentdelivers greater impacts.So how can we deliver andtransform teach...
“Teachers need to integratetechnology seamlessly into thecurriculum instead of viewing itas an add-on, after thought oreve...
Through using IBL in HSIEpaired with ICT students areencouraged to learn how to learn
IBL can be used to draw uponindividual strengths andpreferred learning styles focusingupon what students know, areinterest...
Pierre Baron de Coubertin – Forefather ofthe Modern Olympic Games• Baron Pierre de Coubertin is credited with being thefou...
Spa-tial learn-ers can visu-al-ize imagesclearly and can com-plete jig-saw puz-zleseas-ily.Spa-tial learn-ers are sen-si-t...
You are a designer…Appraise the different medal designs overthe different games.… Create a new and improved medal.Take pic...
You may be nature smart.People with a naturalistic intelligence are oftenide-al-ist –they want to change the world.Strengt...
You are Alfred Picard, in charge of creating the differentsports sites and venues for the 1900 Olympic games inFrance!Crea...
Do you often sing songsand hum or whis-tle toyourself?And pre-fer lis-ten-ingto music when study-ingor working?Musi-cal le...
You are an up-and-coming band or soloartist.Research and measure the success of the1904 Olympics.Create a melody or a tune...
You may be wordsmart.You will enjoyreading, writingand talking aboutthings.Lin-guis-ticlearn-ers enjoyusing the wordproces...
The 1904 Summer Olympics, officially known asthe Games of the III Olympiad, celebrated in St.Louis, Missouri, in the Unite...
Controversial Moments in the 1908 Olympic gamesTo access this document please go to:http://123.writeboard.com/hb4yd0oj5f9p...
You may be number smart.You will be good atmathematics and othernumber activities; you are alsogood at solving problems.Yo...
The 1912 Games featured a number of innovations and were amodel of efficiency. The Swedish hosts introduced the use ofunof...
Go to www.fold3.com for an online collectionof historical military records categorised byeach war showing images and docum...
You may bemyself smart.You willprobably keepa diary.This issometimescalled beingIntrapersonalsmart.Do you pre-fer being al...
There were several remarkable athletes inthe 1920 games.Select an Australian athlete competing atthese games to research.I...
You may be body smart.You will enjoy sports and aregood at swimming, athletics,gymnastics and other sports.This is sometim...
The Olympics of 1924 had 126 sports events in 17disciplines.Research these events and create a newevent/sport that you thi...
You may be people smart. You will like to mix with other peopleand you will belong to lots of clubs. You like team games a...
Australia sent a team of 19 athletesto Amsterdam, returning with four medals: onegold, two silver and one bronze.The three...
Pierre Baron de Coubertin – Forefather ofthe Modern Olympic Games• Baron Pierre de Coubertin is credited with being thefou...
Introduction• www.prezi.com• You tube clip Did You Know?
Virtual Tour• Using the VIRTUAL TOUR you havecreated in past lessons on the ModernOlympics• www.worldwidetelescope.org/
Definitions• www.quizlet.com
Researching• Using www.eyeplorer.com or Google docsin order to keep track of your research,collate notes and to work in re...
Colloborating and Brainstorming• Using www.wallwisher.com post thedifferent parts you would like to include inthe timeline
Mindmapping in real time• Use of www.mindomo.com to create mindmaps in collaboration with others in realtime for what to p...
Tests• MI quiz• Quiz on different games www.testmoz.com– have it pre-made and then have the classinvent a question for the...
Referencing• Using www.easybib.com to automaticallyconvert references into the correct format
Staying in touch outside of school• www.edmodo.com
Polling and Voting• www.tricider.com to vote for mostinteresting/best/etc. part of the timeline/tovot for what period had ...
Introduction• www.prezi.com• You tube clip Did You Know?
Virtual Tour• Using the VIRTUAL TOUR you havecreated in past lessons on the ModernOlympics• www.worldwidetelescope.org/
Definitions• www.quizlet.com
Researching• Using www.eyeplorer.com or Google docsin order to keep track of your research,collate notes and to work in re...
Colloborating and Brainstorming• Using www.wallwisher.com post thedifferent parts you would like to include inthe timeline
Mindmapping in real time• Use of www.mindomo.com to create mindmaps in collaboration with others in realtime for what to p...
Tests• MI quiz• Quiz on different games www.testmoz.com– have it pre-made and then have the classinvent a question for the...
Referencing• Using www.easybib.com to automaticallyconvert references into the correct format
Staying in touch outside of school• www.edmodo.com
Polling and Voting• www.tricider.com to vote for mostinteresting/best/etc. part of the timeline/tovot for what period had ...
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  1. 1. Underpinned by the theories of Piaget, Vygotsky,Dewey, Bruner and Montessori, Inquiry BasedLearning (IBL) is a reflective process that recognisesthe active role of the learner in building,understanding and making sense of information.
  2. 2. IBL is largely student directed withthe teacher guiding the studentsthrough investigations that involveexperiences that are meaningful forstudents, leading them to alternativepaths and solutions in the process ofexploring and discoveringinformation about a given topic.
  3. 3. The media and ICT in an Inquirybased learning classroom.
  4. 4. IBL is a vehicle for the teachingof HSIE, the inclusion of ICT andmedia accentuates the lesson
  5. 5. The students we will be teaching in ourclassrooms are digital natives of the 21stcentury.‘ICT to our 21st century learners is somethingakin to oxygen.They expect it, its what they breathe, and itshow they live. They use ICT to meet, play,date, and learn. It’s an integral part of theirsocial life; It’s how they acknowledge eachother and form their personal identities’(John Seely-Brown, 2004).
  6. 6. Todays education system facesirrelevance unless we bridge thegap between how students liveand how the learn.- Partnership for 21st CenturySkills, 2004
  7. 7. http://www.tubechop.com/watch/1154519
  8. 8. The use of media and ICT, according to numerousbodies of research, has been shown to deliversubstantial positive effects and outcomes such as:Students are more engagedTeachers have a more positive attitude toward theirwork and are able to provide more personalisedlearningFamily interaction and involvement may increase
  9. 9. Research also indicates that amore technology environmentdelivers greater impacts.So how can we deliver andtransform teaching and learningwith ICT and media?
  10. 10. “Teachers need to integratetechnology seamlessly into thecurriculum instead of viewing itas an add-on, after thought orevent” Heidi-Hayes Jacob
  11. 11. Through using IBL in HSIEpaired with ICT students areencouraged to learn how to learn
  12. 12. IBL can be used to draw uponindividual strengths andpreferred learning styles focusingupon what students know, areinterested in and can do.Learning is designed on upperlevels of Blooms’ – synthesis,analysis and evaluation.
  13. 13. Pierre Baron de Coubertin – Forefather ofthe Modern Olympic Games• Baron Pierre de Coubertin is credited with being thefounder of the modern Olympics.• In 1892, de Coubertin, at the age of 29, began to rallysupport for the revival of the Olympics. He felt thata great deal could be gained by bringing togetherthe youth of the world in friendly competition. Healso believed that the Modern Olympic Gamescould become a period of harmony in which alldifferences of status, religion, politics and racewould be forgotten.• de Coubertin was the first president of the IOC,serving from 1896 to 1925
  14. 14. Spa-tial learn-ers can visu-al-ize imagesclearly and can com-plete jig-saw puz-zleseas-ily.Spa-tial learn-ers are sen-si-tive to line,shape, form, space, colour and theirinter-re-la-tion-ships. They can visu-al-izethings and graph-i-cally rep-re-sent ideas –draw accu-rate rep-re-sen-ta-tion ofpeo-ple and things easily.Do you enjoy art activ-i-ties; read-ing dia-grams, maps andcharts; or think-ing in terms of pic-tures or images?Do you enjoy watch-ing movies, slides or pho-tographs, and day-dreaming?You may be a visual/spatial learner.You will be good at art and also good at other activities whereyou look at pictures like map reading, finding your way out ofmazes and graphs.
  15. 15. You are a designer…Appraise the different medal designs overthe different games.… Create a new and improved medal.Take pictures of your model and uploadonto www.videomaker.com
  16. 16. You may be nature smart.People with a naturalistic intelligence are oftenide-al-ist –they want to change the world.Strengths associated with this intelligence involvebeing very caring, ratio-nal and skilled incraftsmanship,Do you find it enjoyable and easy clas-sifying plants, or relating toani-mals, body parts, nat-ural mate-ri-als and geo-graphic fea-tures?This is sometimescalled being Naturesmart.You will like the worldof plants and animalsand enjoy learningabout them. Youunder-stand theeco-log-i-calrela-tion-ships, nat-uralpat-terns and processesof life.
  17. 17. You are Alfred Picard, in charge of creating the differentsports sites and venues for the 1900 Olympic games inFrance!Create plans for the Olympic building and constructionsites that does not harm France’s native plants and animals.Using www.disapainted.com a Web 2.0 based website forcreating, sharing, watching hand-drawn frame-by-frameanimations, demonstrate how your strategy, for the site of theGames of the II Olympiad, does not harm these native plants andanimals.
  18. 18. Do you often sing songsand hum or whis-tle toyourself?And pre-fer lis-ten-ingto music when study-ingor working?Musi-cal learn-ers are sen-si-tive to sounds, enjoy music, like toplay musi-cal instru-ments.Musi-cal learn-ers appre-ci-ate pitch, rhythm and tim-bre, andcan tell when a note is off key.They have an intu-itive and tech-ni-cal under-stand-ing of musicand can inter-pret dif-fer-ent types of music.You may be musicsmart. You willenjoy music andcan recognisesounds, andtimbre, or thequality of a tone.This is sometimescalled beingMusical smart
  19. 19. You are an up-and-coming band or soloartist.Research and measure the success of the1904 Olympics.Create a melody or a tune that is catchyand a lot more successful in attractingathletes and spectators to the game usingwww.jamstudio.com
  20. 20. You may be wordsmart.You will enjoyreading, writingand talking aboutthings.Lin-guis-ticlearn-ers enjoyusing the wordproces-sor, havewell devel-opedvocab-u-lar-ies andcan use lan-guageflu-ently.Lin-guis-tic learn-ers are at ease with phon-ics and canspell words accu-rately.Lin-guis-tic learn-ers can manip-u-late the struc-ture oflan-guage, com-pre-hend sounds of words and under-standthe use of language.Can you eas-ilyremem-ber names,dates and places.Do you have welldevel-oped audi-toryskills?Do you enjoyread-ing, writ-ing,play-ing wordgames?
  21. 21. The 1904 Summer Olympics, officially known asthe Games of the III Olympiad, celebrated in St.Louis, Missouri, in the United States - the firsttime that the Olympic Games were held in amajority English language nation, and the firsttime that they were held outside of Europe - weresurrounded by controversy.You are a newspaper journalist, write acolumn on the most controversial momentsin Modern Olympics throughout 1896 – 1932using http://www.fodey.com
  22. 22. Controversial Moments in the 1908 Olympic gamesTo access this document please go to:http://123.writeboard.com/hb4yd0oj5f9petrjrcua7sirPassword: EDSS428
  23. 23. You may be number smart.You will be good atmathematics and othernumber activities; you are alsogood at solving problems.You enjoy explor-ing pat-ternsand rela-tion-ships and doingactiv-i-ties insequen-tial order.This is sometimes called beingLogical smart.Logical-mathematicallearn-ers enjoy activ-i-tiessuch as math,exper-i-men-ta-tion, prob-lemsolv-ing, and rea-son-inglog-i-cally and clearly.Do you find clas-si-fi-ca-tion,cat-e-go-riza-tion, mak-ing Infer-ences,gen-er-al-iza-tions and hypoth-e-sis easy?Do you enjoy using com-put-ing tools such aspro-grams, data-bases and spread sheets, andcan use them to devise exper-i-ments to testthings not eas-ily understood?Logical-mathematical intel-li-gences can use num-bers effec-tively,under-stand pat-terns and rela-tion-ships, state-ments and propo-si-tions, andcause and effect.Order, logic and sys-tem-atic way of pre-sent-ing infor-ma-tion works best for
  24. 24. The 1912 Games featured a number of innovations and were amodel of efficiency. The Swedish hosts introduced the use ofunofficial electronic timing devices for track and swimming events.Research an Australian Athlete from the 1912 games who set aworld record or won a race or title. Look at the time they set.Compare the different speeds of things with the world records setin these games using www.createagraph.com to organise yourinformation.Create a multimedia slideshow on www.voicethread.com thatassess the introduction of timing to the tenth of a second, and itssignificance.What would it mean to you if you were the competing athlete youresearched?
  25. 25. Go to www.fold3.com for an online collectionof historical military records categorised byeach war showing images and documentswith annotated information.Think about the impact of war both on theOlympic games, Australia and the world?
  26. 26. You may bemyself smart.You willprobably keepa diary.This issometimescalled beingIntrapersonalsmart.Do you pre-fer being alone to pur-sue per-sonal inter-ests, hob-bies orprojects?Do you have an intu-itive abil-ity and have a sense of style, behaviour orattitude?Do you like to be alone in your own inner world, and are aware of yourstrengths, weak-ness and inner feelings.Intrap-er-sonal learners arereflec-tivethinkers.They have asense of self-confidence,inde-pen-dence, are strongwilled and canmoti-vatethem-selves todo well ininde-pen-dentprojects.
  27. 27. There were several remarkable athletes inthe 1920 games.Select an Australian athlete competing atthese games to research.Imagine you are this athlete.Using http://penzu.com/write a journal entry describing yourexperiences there.
  28. 28. You may be body smart.You will enjoy sports and aregood at swimming, athletics,gymnastics and other sports.This is sometimes called beingKinaesthetic smart.Bodily-kinaesthetic intel-li-gences process infor-ma-tionthrough bod-ily sen-sa-tions and use their bod-ies inskilled and dif-fer-en-ti-ated ways.They have to engage the motor cor-tex part of the brainin order to learn best.Do you find it difficult to sit still for long periods?Do you pos-sess dex-ter-ity, bal-ance, coor-di-na-tion,strength, flex-i-bil-ity, speed, and tac-tile and hap-tic abil-ity?
  29. 29. The Olympics of 1924 had 126 sports events in 17disciplines.Research these events and create a newevent/sport that you think should be in theOlympics.Remember to think about the Olympic motto,“Citius, Altius, Fortius”“Swifter, Higher, Stronger”that was introduced in these Olympic games.Using www.cueprompter.com an auto-scrolling,high-contrast window, which displays your text,write out how the event/sport is played anddemonstrate to your class mates
  30. 30. You may be people smart. You will like to mix with other peopleand you will belong to lots of clubs. You like team games and aregood at sharing.Some-times, you can inter-pret voice, facial expres-sion andges-ture of oth-ersThis is sometimes called being Interpersonal smart.Can you under-stand the moods,moti-va-tions, tem-pera-ments and inten-tionsof oth-ers, and empathize with their feelings?Do you enjoy being around peo-ple, have manyfriends and enjoy par-tic-i-pat-ing in socialactivitiesInter-per-sonal learn-ers enjoy relat-ing tooth-ers and par-tic-i-pat-ing incooperative/collaborative activ-i-ties suchas paired prob-lem solv-ing or think-pair-share activ-i-ties.Inter-per-son-ally intel-li-gent peo-ple caninflu-ence oth-ers to fol-low a cer-tain lineof action.
  31. 31. Australia sent a team of 19 athletesto Amsterdam, returning with four medals: onegold, two silver and one bronze.The three champions responsible for the medalsare each regarded among the greatest Australiansever to compete in their respective sports.In a group research these champions. Representyour information in a venn diagram usingwww.gliffy.com
  32. 32. Pierre Baron de Coubertin – Forefather ofthe Modern Olympic Games• Baron Pierre de Coubertin is credited with being thefounder of the modern Olympics.• In 1892, de Coubertin, at the age of 29, began to rallysupport for the revival of the Olympics. He felt thata great deal could be gained by bringing togetherthe youth of the world in friendly competition. Healso believed that the Modern Olympic Gamescould become a period of harmony in which alldifferences of status, religion, politics and racewould be forgotten.• de Coubertin was the first president of the IOC,serving from 1896 to 1925
  33. 33. Introduction• www.prezi.com• You tube clip Did You Know?
  34. 34. Virtual Tour• Using the VIRTUAL TOUR you havecreated in past lessons on the ModernOlympics• www.worldwidetelescope.org/
  35. 35. Definitions• www.quizlet.com
  36. 36. Researching• Using www.eyeplorer.com or Google docsin order to keep track of your research,collate notes and to work in real time withgroup members• Using www.diigo.com to highlight text andimages on web pages then access at a laterdate or to create sticky notes to writeadditional comments
  37. 37. Colloborating and Brainstorming• Using www.wallwisher.com post thedifferent parts you would like to include inthe timeline
  38. 38. Mindmapping in real time• Use of www.mindomo.com to create mindmaps in collaboration with others in realtime for what to put on the timeline.
  39. 39. Tests• MI quiz• Quiz on different games www.testmoz.com– have it pre-made and then have the classinvent a question for the other grops• www.polldaddy.com – have Ss respond viaFB or Twitter
  40. 40. Referencing• Using www.easybib.com to automaticallyconvert references into the correct format
  41. 41. Staying in touch outside of school• www.edmodo.com
  42. 42. Polling and Voting• www.tricider.com to vote for mostinteresting/best/etc. part of the timeline/tovot for what period had the biggest impacton Australia’s identity
  43. 43. Introduction• www.prezi.com• You tube clip Did You Know?
  44. 44. Virtual Tour• Using the VIRTUAL TOUR you havecreated in past lessons on the ModernOlympics• www.worldwidetelescope.org/
  45. 45. Definitions• www.quizlet.com
  46. 46. Researching• Using www.eyeplorer.com or Google docsin order to keep track of your research,collate notes and to work in real time withgroup members• Using www.diigo.com to highlight text andimages on web pages then access at a laterdate or to create sticky notes to writeadditional comments
  47. 47. Colloborating and Brainstorming• Using www.wallwisher.com post thedifferent parts you would like to include inthe timeline
  48. 48. Mindmapping in real time• Use of www.mindomo.com to create mindmaps in collaboration with others in realtime for what to put on the timeline.
  49. 49. Tests• MI quiz• Quiz on different games www.testmoz.com– have it pre-made and then have the classinvent a question for the other grops• www.polldaddy.com – have Ss respond viaFB or Twitter
  50. 50. Referencing• Using www.easybib.com to automaticallyconvert references into the correct format
  51. 51. Staying in touch outside of school• www.edmodo.com
  52. 52. Polling and Voting• www.tricider.com to vote for mostinteresting/best/etc. part of the timeline/tovot for what period had the biggest impacton Australia’s identity

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