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Mle to super loop

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Sharing about managed learning environments with SuperLoop group, including some thoughts/questions for their consideration.

Sharing about managed learning environments with SuperLoop group, including some thoughts/questions for their consideration.

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  • 1. What is this MLE stuff?
    - overview for SuperLoop
    Paul Seiler
  • 2. What is an MLE?
    “Software tools and digital content that support learning”
    • Comprised of many different modules, such as an SMS, LMS, eportfolio tool, blog, repositories for digital learning objects and many more
    • 3. Check out the MLE Reference Group to learn more (or Techies for Schools for more technical)
    • 4. Or view the component parts
  • Curriculum & Pedagogy
    National curriculum
    School curriculum inc. lesson plans
    Learning Management Systems (LMS)
    ePortfolios (record of learning)
    Course Management Systems
    Assessment tools
    Planning tools
    Administration
    Student Management Systems (SMS)
    Student Record Transfer (SMS-SMS
    NCEA returns
    Calendaring
    Timetabling
    eReturns
    ENROL
    Enabling Services
    IAM / SSO
    National Student Index
    Parental portal
    Transport mechanisms
    Metadata schema
    Interoperability standards
    Specifications
    Shared content
    Communication
    Blogs
    Podcasts
    Chatrooms
    Noticeboards
    Social networking
    Discussion threads
    Audio conferencing
    Video/web conferencing
    Resources
    TKI
    Websites
    Wikis
    Digital Learning Objects
    Library Management Systems
    Content Management Systems
    Authoring/publishing/editing tools
    Other content sources (open access)
    5 of 8
  • 5. Or as a wiring diagram
    ENROL
    NSI
    IdP
    SMS - directory integration
    Web mail
    eportfolio
    Student record transfer
    ENROL integration
    IAM
    Online office suites
    Parent portal
    Early notification
    LMS
    SMS
    Library system
    Electronic attendance registers
    Content Authoring Tools
    Attendance support
    Metadata searching
    Digital content stores
    National Standards
    e-asTTle
    PAT
    eReturns
    Reusable and portable content
    Assessment support
    Authentication flows (existing)
    Authentication flows (proposed)
    Data flows (proposed)
    Data flows (existing)
  • 6. Objective of the MLE activity
    approach to the development and use of MLE for (NZ) schools
  • 12. Thoughts for Super Loop
    • Be deliberate in what you must do to succeed (read Good to Great)
    • 13. What can you do better as a loop than each school could do on their own? (Give examples of demand aggregation)
    • 14. What is the absolute minimum you need in places before the benefits of doing above can accrue?
    • 15. Make use of existing (subsidised or free) services that could be shared before seeking out too many others (IAM/SSO, eportfolio, LMS, collaboration, content repository/sharing,
    • 16. My team could add value in thinking/planning/discussion stage – Just ask

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