Technology visit 22nd jan 2014

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Презентация замдиректора школы Pheasey Park Farm Primary School мисс Sue Nation 22 января 2013 г.

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  • Meeker says that mobile Internet usage is ramping up substantially faster than desktop Internet usage did, a view she and her team arrived at by comparing the adoption rates of iPhone/iPod touch to that of AOL and Netscape in the early 1990s. According to Meeker, adoption of the Apple devices is taking place more than 11 times faster that of AOL, and several times as fast as that of Netscape. Helping to drive this is 3G technology,
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  • Meeker says that mobile Internet usage is ramping up substantially faster than desktop Internet usage did, a view she and her team arrived at by comparing the adoption rates of iPhone/iPod touch to that of AOL and Netscape in the early 1990s. According to Meeker, adoption of the Apple devices is taking place more than 11 times faster that of AOL, and several times as fast as that of Netscape. Helping to drive this is 3G technology,
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  • Technology visit 22nd jan 2014

    1. 1. Pheasey Park Farm Primary School and Children’s Centre Demonstrating Impact – A technology based approach to school improvement
    2. 2. Pheasey Park Farm Primary - a background Walsall - In the centre of the UK - 6 miles from Birmingham On the border of three authorities; Sandwell, Birmingham and Dudley One of the largest Primary schools in the country With over 700 pupils, 40 Teachers and 20 support staff Headteacher and senior management change from January 2013 Has ambitious plans for using technology to raise standards for its pupils
    3. 3. We want our school to be a place that other schools will want to learn from…. “Requires Improvement” to “Outstanding” – Our quest to transform teaching and learning
    4. 4. We hope to share with you ... - Our vision for learning through collaboration - Key elements of this technology implementation - Our Change management strategy
    5. 5. Then and Now!
    6. 6. What are the questions we asked What should the learning now look like? What technologies should we invest in? How does technology fit with traditional assessment? How can we get value for money? How can we train our staff?
    7. 7. Key priorities in our Vision for Technology Enhanced Learning Empower Leadership Improving teaching & learning through ICT Safe and responsible users of ICT. a Fit-forpurpose digital infrastructure Developing the workforce Engaging learners and their families
    8. 8. Pheasey Park Primary School Aims. To prepare and equip children with the necessary knowledge, skills, values and attitudes to become responsible adults and citizens of the future To develop the natural curiosity that children exhibit about themselves and their world. And use this to foster positive attitudes to learning
    9. 9. OFSTED – FROM GOOD TO OUTSTANDING
    10. 10. Essential ingredients New scenarios for learning Student Voice Equity Staff Training Changed approach to teaching & learning Leadership Vision and Strategy Technology Infrastructure Sustainability Pheasey Park Primary Technology Transformed Learning Monitoring & Evaluation
    11. 11. Creating a vision for learning for leadership “Buy in” • The school’s overall vision clearly identifies the distinctive contributions of ICT and their potential to enhance all aspects of the school’s work. • Clear vision for the role of Technology in teaching and learning • Priority for staff development • Focus on Teaching - OFSTED
    12. 12. Changed approach to managing teaching and learning ( Teaching first - Learning will follow) • All staff harness the full potential to enhance and extend learning and teaching • Staff to use SMART Technologies to enhance their teaching to at least “GOOD”
    13. 13. Classroom Organisation – Pioneering Class set or 1:1
    14. 14. New scenarios for learning • Staff provide opportunities for creative and independent learning that extends pupils’ capacity to learn within and beyond the school. • Creation of the SMART Collaborative Classroom (One of only 4 in the UK) • Focus on collaborative learning • Prototype approaches to learning for later use by whole school
    15. 15. New scenarios for learning – SMART Collaborative Classroom
    16. 16. New scenarios for learning – SMART Collaborative Classroom
    17. 17. The Technology
    18. 18. Changed Pedagogy - Children work together in small groups on collaborative technology - Differentiated activities working towards the same learning outcomes Learning through discussion, communication and collaboration - Collaboration on themed project activities Collaboration Interactive Projector Teacher
 introduction Collaboration Flat Panel Collaboration IWB Collaboration SMART Table Teacher Plenary Work at Home
    19. 19. Student Voice • The main role of the Digital champions (pupils) is to promote and support the innovative use of ICT. • This includes giving opinions and feedback on the choice of and use of technology
    20. 20. Key comments from our students. I’d like to take more digital pictures and use them in our work – Cerys (Y6) Use online games to learn. Megan (Y5) I would like to use the computer to find out about things – Joshua - Reception I would like to use i-pads in my lessons and make movies to help with my learning – Charlie (Y4 ) I prefer to read on my i-Pad rather than in a book – Paul (Y6) During my lessons I’d like to go up to the fromt and work on the interactive Whiteboard – Victoria (Y3)
    21. 21. Student Voice - Learners as creators • Having a range of personal devices to choose from • Use the digital imaging on the device to capture an image, video or a sound recording • Utilising media in simple presentations: PowerPoint / SMART Notebook • Using devices to plan as well as present ideas:
    22. 22. Staff training • It is so important that teachers get the technology before students and that they have ownership • Developing capacity with in the school is key • A team of Digital Leaders to lead innovation in the school, specifically in their year groups. To ensure technology use in classroom, integrating with SMART Notebook and other technologies • Underpinned by systematic training for teachers to use devices in lessons as appropriate to enhance teaching & learning. • SMART Accreditation – All Digital Leaders will be accredited by Easter 2013
    23. 23. Technology – Infrastructure and Sustainability g • The hardware is only one part of the puzzle. It is about being connected. ( Wi-Fi ) • Standardised technology across all classes • Everything needs to work as easily as switching on the lights in the classroom. • Having reliable immediate “Tech Support” is essential to the day to day running of our school • External Technology consultants • School based employed technician
    24. 24. Monitoring and Evaluation - Outcomes • Classroom observations – OFSTED (Outstanding) “ The use of technology in the Collaborative Classroom led to high levels of interest and engagement by all pupils. This enabled all groups to make rapid progress during the lesson. “ • Check against our strategic plan Regular update on progress to governors meetings. Parents are kept informed through the Website and Newsletters • Academic research Case Study (Don Passey – Lancaster University) How this development has been, and is, managed, and the perceived and measurable impacts it has on school improvement.
    25. 25. Outcomes - Improved Attendance
    26. 26. Outcomes - Improved Attainment
    27. 27. Remember… we can make a difference to children's lives!

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