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  • Intro, Brief- tch in 21 st century/ use of ICT Intro yourself. To Do: *print slideshow and notes Digital learning objects booklets *k12 movie * presentation on stick Hw savvy r U How to – glogs,etherpad, blogs, wikis, flickr.

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  • 1. Enabling the 21 st Century Learner. Rochelle Jensen - E-Learning Adviser Tauranga Intermediate - 8 th April 9- 12
  • 2.
    • Learning Intentions :
    • Examine how we as teachers are and can increasingly provide experiences that ‘connect’ to the world of the 21 st century learner.
    • Overview the place/expectations of e-learning in the New Zealand Curriculum and
    • at Tauranga Intermediate
    • Explore what we are already doing and what else we could be doing to enhance
    • student learning with e-learning.
    • Someday to Monday – Taking Action
  • 3. Developing collaborative cultures is the work of leaders who realise that a collection of superstar teachers working in isolation cannot produce the same results as interdependent colleagues who share and develop professional practices together.   (Garmston & Wellmann, 1999, p 18)
    • Listening to others
    • Acknowledge their contribution
    • Connecting ideas and contributions
  • 4. GIFTS PING PONG
  • 5. LOOPS
  • 6.
    • Examine how we as teachers are and can increasingly provide experiences that ‘connect’ to the world of the 21 st century learner.
    THINK-PAIR -SHARE The 21 st Learner – The students in front of us - What’s ‘typical’? What do we know about our learners? How do they learn? What is happening in their lives beyond school? What do they need to learn successfully? What do they want to learn? What motivates them? What engages them?
  • 7. Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com Conventional Speed Step-by-Step Linear Processing Text First Stand-Alone Prensky, October 2001 . Digital Natives vs Digital Immigrants
  • 8. Rochelle Jensen, 2006 The e-Life
    • Communicating
      • IM, chat
    • Sharing
      • Blogs, webcams
    • Buying & Selling
      • ebay
    • Exchanging
      • P2P
    • Creating
      • sites, avatars, mods
    • Meeting
      • 3D chat rooms, dating
    • Collecting
      • mp3, video, sensor data
    • Searching
      • Info, connections, people
    • Analyzing
      • SETI, drug molecules
    • Reporting
      • Moblogs, photos
    • Programming
      • Open systems, mods, search
    • Socializing
      • Learning social behavior, influence
    • Growing Up
      • Exploring, transgressing
    • Coordinating
      • Projects, workgroups, MMORPGs
    • Evaluating
      • Reputation systems–Epinions, Amazon, Slashdot
    • Gaming
      • Solo, 1-on-1, small & large groups
    • Learning
      • About stuff that interests them
    • Evolving
      • Peripheral, emergent behaviors
    © 2006 Marc Prensky Digital Natives
  • 9. So… How Savvy R U Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com
  • 10. Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com
  • 11. Generation C
    • Creators,
    • Contributors
    • Communicators
    • Collaborators
    • Coordinators
    • Consumers
    • (Derek Wenmoth)
    Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com
  • 12. Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com
    • Traditional Learning Environments
    • Teacher centered instruction
    • Single sense stimulation
    • Single path progression
    • Single media
    • Isolated work
    • Information delivery
    • Passive learning
    • Factual, knowledge-based
    • Reactive response
    • Isolated, artificial context
    • Newer Learning Environments
    • Student-centered learning
    • Multisensory stimulation
    • Multipath progression
    • Multimedia
    • Collaborative work
    • Information exchange
    • Active/exploratory/inquiry
    • Critical thinking and informed decision making
    • Proactive, planned action
    • Authentic, real world context
  • 13.
    • Overview the place/expectations of e-learning in the New Zealand
    • Curriculum and at Tauranga Intermediate
  • 14. Vision
    • How might e-learning support the New Zealand Curriculum vision for our young people?
    •     http://etherpad.com/1R35q77KfU
  • 15. Effective Pedagogy What does page 34 and 35 say about teacher actions that are likely to promote student learning? If these elements were ‘alive and kicking’ in the classroom, what sort of things could you expect to see, hear, feel ? Post Box Activity: With a partner spend 10minutes with your document in hand , discussing each of the seven elements of effective pedagogy. What do they look like in a classroom? As you wander around, record what sort of things you do or have seen others do to promote this element of effective pedagogy i.e. Creating a supportive learning environment - class treaty, class blog
  • 16.
    • Effective Pedagogy - Time to Reflect
    • Of these elements which do you think you do particularly well?
    • Which element do you think you could improve on?
    • What ideas has this activity offered you?
  • 17. Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com “ The real magic in a quality learning experience comes not from boxes, wires and expensive digital equipment. The real magic comes from teachers who have high expectations, create relevant and challenging learning experiences, supported and scaffold pupils to success, and provide quality feedback for their pupils.” Trevor Bond
  • 18. What else is possible?
    • e-learning as an enabler of effective pedagogy
  • 19. Exploring ways in which e-learning can support providing sufficient opportunities to learn. Enhance opportunities to learn by offering student virtual experiences and tools that save them time, allowing them to take their learning further. (New Zealand Curriculum, pg36, 2007) Digistore WHOMP Woodlands LEARNZ
  • 20. Exploring ways in which e-learning can assist in facilitating shared learning . Facilitate shared learning by enabling students to join or create communities of learners that extend well beyond the classroom. (New Zealand Curriculum, pg36, 2007) Blogs and Wikis @ Bucklands Beach Intermediate : http://www.bbi.school.nz/student/studentwork.html NZ Use of Blogs and Wikis http://nzedublogs.wikispaces.com/NZ+classroom+student+blogs http://nzedublogs.wikispaces.com/classes+and+students+using+wikis Blogs: http://www.blogger.com/home Wikis: http://www.wikispaces.com/site/for/teachers Etherpad : http://etherpad.com/
  • 21. Exploring ways in which e-learning can assist the making of connections assist in the making of connections by enabling students to explore new learning environments, overcoming barriers of distance and time. (New Zealand Curriculum, pg36, 2007) http://www.wix.com/rjensen/handpicked
  • 22. Exploring ways in which e-learning may support the creation of supportive learning environments . e-learning may assist in creation of supportive learning environments by offering resources that take account of individual, cultural, or developmental differences. . (New Zealand Curriculum, pg36, 2007) Glogster: see delicious links: http://softwareforlearning.tki.org.nz/ Mihi: http://softwareforlearning.wikispaces.com/
  • 23.
    • Someday to Monday
    • What ideas can we take from today?
    • What are the implications of these ideas for our students?
    • What other support do you need to make these ideas happen?
  • 24.
    • “ ... e-learning forms part of a conscious choice of the best and most appropriate ways of promoting effective learning ”.
    • JISC, 2004,pg10
  • 25. Emerging Technologies
    • Why Would You?
    • Is it the preferred method?
    • Does it complement?
    • What educational problem or challenge are you trying to address with this?
    • How are the networks working together?
    • Murray Brown – MOE- 2008
  • 26.
    • Revisit Intentions:
    • Examine how we as teachers are and can increasingly provide experiences that ‘connect’ to the world of the 21 st century learner.
    • Overview the place/expectations of e-learning in the New Zealand Curriculum and
    • at Tauranga Intermediate
    • Explore what we are already doing and what else we could be doing to enhance
    • student learning with e-learning.
    • Someday to Monday – Taking Action
    • Online Feedback: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=cgWjUZivKvrSCza3swnVfg_3d_3d
  • 27. Stay in Touch http://rocky11.blogspot.com/ [email_address]