Are you concentrating on keeping learners safe maybe by blocking all applications considered unsafe e.g. social media, eg facebook, ning, twitter, YouTube or have you got a policy and action plan in place to teach your learners how to keep themselves safe.Technology – tool in a teachers toolbox. How do you ensure that your staff can chose the correct and appropriate tool and therefore also discard technology from a session. Staff development policy.
www.rsc-yh.ac.uk July 13, 2010| slide 1 Quality Managers Forum For Yorkshire & Humber Kevin Campbell-Wright, E-Learning Advisor ACL www.rsc-yh.ac.uk RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning
www.rsc-yh.ac.uk July 13, 2010| slide 2 Forum Outline ACL Quality Managers Forum
New Handbook for the Inspection of Further Education and Skills – Sept 2009
Common Inspection Framework included in the handbook
E-learning vs Learning technologies
www.rsc-yh.ac.uk July 13, 2010| slide 12 Changes Learner safety A3 How safe do learners feel? Learners understandingof Internet Safety Measures
B Quality of Provision B1 How effectively do teaching, training and assessment support learning and development? Evaluative statements Technology is used effectively to promote and support learning, where appropriate Further Guidance The adequacy and quality of e-learning
www.rsc-yh.ac.uk July 13, 2010| slide 13 Grade Criteria
Outstanding Good Satisfactory Inadequate
“…….Appropriate use is made of technology to support and promote learning….”
Inspectors handbook and CIF
Questions How are you making your learners understand about Internet safety?
How can staff make an informed choice on whether to use learning technologies if they do not know how to use learning technologies? www.rsc-yh.ac.uk July 13, 2010| slide 14
www.rsc-yh.ac.uk July 13, 2010| slide 15 Taking the Forum Forward ACL Quality Managers Forum