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Leading and learning online


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This presentation was shared as part of the Enabling e-Learning online series 2012.

This presentation was shared as part of the Enabling e-Learning online series 2012.

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  • Play this as an introduction via web tour safeshareyoutube video – Love it!...what’s the key learning here?
  • An e-learning portal – purpose of Enabling e-Learning: to raise student achievement through the effective use of e-learning tools and processesKM – love it!
  • Take-a-ways…All very good – I wonder if we need to tailor them to a schools’ context i.e. how would an individual use it with their colleagues? Maybe separate the slide into two…ideas for them on their own with their PLN – and ideas for use with colleagues (blended)?
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    • 1. Leading and learning online Presented by Tessa Gray, Online facilitator, Blended e-Learning Programme, Core Education, Te ToiTupu
    • 2. This session will clarify: How can I help others? Why people How can I come extend my together learning online? online? How online communities can facilitate new learning? Purpose of the Enabling e- Learning community groups
    • 3.
    • 4. How does thisspeak to me?
    • 5. Communities of practice are groups of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly. Etienne Wenger
    • 6. Where do your interests and passions lie, currentfocus at school?
    • 7. How can you pursue/enhance your professional interests/foci online?How could you share your experiences/expertiseto enhance the learning of others online?
    • 8. People can learn informally by Viewing ListeningReading Talking to each otherInquiry
    • 9. Online communitiesFacilitate/extend new learning Encourage connectionsFoster collaboration Invite participationExpand accessibility
    • 10. What does this look like already?A shared repertoire of resources, experiences, stories, tools, ways of addressing common issues • MessagingLeadership • BloggingTechnologies • BookmarkingTeaching • File sharingProfessionalLearning • Forums • Live events
    • 11. Teaching and learning
    • 12. Leadership challenge
    • 13. Professional learning
    • 14. Technologies
    • 15. This takes time and sustained interaction – plane analogy from Etienne Wenger, “A goodconversation with a stranger on an airplane may give you all sorts of interesting insights,but it does not in itself make for a community of practice”Don’t underestimate the lurkers.
    • 16. How might we lead and learn in the VLN groups?
    • 17. How might we: Develop practice through inquiry? Welcome, encourage and motivate? Socialise and Construct culturally knowledge? connect? Exchange information?
    • 18. Tips for growing your PLN• Sustain and maintain your personalisedportal• Find mutual friends, join and make specialisedgroups your favourites• Keep up-to-date and informed through RSS feeds, email notifications, bookmarkingfavourites
    • 19. Tips for growing your/our community• Understand the purpose for connecting and sharing, model this by initiating conversations in your communities• Take people on a walking tour in the VLN• Send personal messages, shoulder tap and mentor others online• Provide regular postings - questions rather than statements work best in own or EE groups• Encourage sharing of links, resources, ideas, experiences etc• Demonstrate good practice, share stories