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Jan Webb, Naace Professional Officer

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  • 1. Naace and Besa:Tablet Pedagogies Jan Webb Professional Officer www.naace.co.uk
  • 2. The Proposal
  • 3. Literature Review
  • 4. The Survey
  • 5. Fact Finding Discerning detective
  • 6. Fact Sharing Digital Creator
  • 7. Collaboration Community
  • 8. Organisation
  • 9. Teacher Tools
  • 10. First Responses Lee J Hayward
  • 11. Reported Pupil Uses35 in class3025201510 5 0 King Richard School, Feb 2013
  • 12. Reported Pupil Uses100908070605040302010 0 Consumer uses Creator uses Community uses King Richard School, Feb 2013
  • 13. Reported Pupil Uses outside classroom25201510 5 0
  • 14. Pupil Attitudes• 44% thought they worked better with the tablet than without• 46% think that their progress is better with the tablet than without• 46% of students thought the use of apps helped their learning• 48% thought their work was of a higher standard using the tablet• 48% found technical issues prevented them from being able to use the tablets effectively• 50% of students thought the tablet helped them to work more collaboratively• 58% are happy to use in their learning• 76% found the tablet easy to use• 62% feel positive about using tablets to help their learning
  • 15. Reported uses by staff4.5 43.5 32.5 21.5 10.5 0 King Richard School, Feb 2013
  • 16. Reported uses by staff10 8 6 4 2 0 Consumer Creator Community • King Richard School, Feb 2013
  • 17. Staff AttitudesMost responses were negative:• improving motivation• effective working• Ease of use of apps/interface• Technical issues preventing effective useResponses were evenly split:• Improving standard of work• student progress• levels of collaborative working and about how• apps help learning,
  • 18. Summary of responses605040 Consumer30 Creator20 Community10 0 pupils KR staff Other teachers Types of tablet use – Feb 2013
  • 19. Next Steps
  • 20. Contact me @Naace jan.webb@naace.co.uk www.naace.co.uk Naace App:http://www.naace.co.uk/naaceapp/access