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  • 1350 pupils in pre-pilot and 8000 pupils in the whole pilot

Information to get started with the Acer-EUN netbook pilot Information to get started with the Acer-EUN netbook pilot Presentation Transcript

  • Educational netbook pilot Riina Vuorikari, European Schoolnet 2010
  • Outline of this presentation
    • What does this pilot entail?
      • Facts about the pilot in France and elsewhere
    • What is expected from teachers?
    • Pedagogiacl and technical support
    • Timeline of the pre-pilot
  • What does this pilot entail? Facts about the pilot
  • How is part of the Acer-EUN pilot ?
  • Actors of the pilot in each country 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
  • Example of the localised version: Actors in France 1. 2. 4. 3. 6. 5.
    • Each participating school receives
      • Netbooks for learners (± 27)
      • Notebooks for teachers (5)
      • School: desktop (mini server, wifi) + monitor
    Schools and equipment
    • Pre-pilot: January to June 2010
      • 10 classes per country = 60 classes
      • 5 teachers per class = 50 teachers per country = 300 teachers involved
    • Pilot: September 2010 to June 2011
      • 50 classes per country = 300 classes
      • 5 teachers per class = 250 teachers per country = 1500 teachers involved
    Timeline On-going
    • Netbooks a new phenomenon in educational setting
    • Can netbooks improve teaching and learning both inside and outside of schools ?
    • How are they used in educational contexts:
      • ・ in school vs. out of school use
      • ・ individual use vs. collaborative use
      • ・ educational use vs. leisure use
    Netbook pilot evaluation framework
  • How will it all work? Prepilot Equip schools & train users Online community & resources Feedback on netboos & pedagogical scenarios Preparation of evaluation framework & new schools Full-scale pilot Equip schools & train users Online community & resources Data gathering & evaluation Report and rich case studies
  • What is expected from the teachers?
    • Plan a pedagogical project where the teachers and the pupils use netbooks in an educational context
    • Different possibilities :
      • 2 or more teachers work together to create a cross-curricular project where pupils use netbooks across subjects
      • each teacher create their own pedagogical project
    • A variety of contexts:
      • use netbooks in school vs. at home
      • individual use of netbooks vs. collaborative use
    What is expected from teachers?
    • Existing digital learning resources (e.g. reference material, science experiments, language learning material)
    • Creating new pedagogical resources (e.g. multimedia material, lesson plans)
    • To connect to the school Virtual Learning Environment
    • To work with Interactive White Boards
    • To communicate between schools and parents
    Examples of using netbooks in school
    • 1. Among pupils within
    • one class
    • one school
    • French pilot schools
    • all pilot schools in other 5 countries
    • any school
    • 3. Among parents
    • and schools
    • 2. Among teachers within
    • one school
    • French pilot schools
    • all pilot schools in other 5 countries
    • any school
    Possibilities to plan collaboration
    • « One laptop per teacher » has potential to supports teachers’ different tasks such as
    • Administrative tasks
    • Lesson planning
    • Variety of ways to alternate
      • the delivery of a lesson
      • possibilities for homework
    • Pupils’ assessment
    • Communicating with parents
    What can teachers do with netbooks?
  • Pedagogical and technical support
    • Website and an online Community of Practice
      • www.netbooks.eun.org
      • Communication through email lists and the forums on the website
    • Creation of pedagogical scenarios for one-to-one use of netbooks in an educational context
    • Pedagogical coordinator: Help and support in your own language and in your own educational context!
    Pedagogical support and resources
  • Pedagogical support and resources www.netbooks.eun.org
  • Pedagogical support and resources
    • Online Community of Practice to discuss and exchange ideas with other teachers
    • On classroom management with netbooks and their pedagogical use
    • Possibilities to share experiences and display good practices
    • Creation of one-to-one pedagogical scenarios , i.e. ideas on how to easily start using netbooks in schools
    • Information about other schools part of the pilot
    • Thematic online chats
  • Pedagogical support and resources
  • Support material for teachers & parents
    • Technical coordinator: David Simons Help and support in your own language and in your own educational context!
    • Website and an online Community of Practice for technical problems and questions related to infrastructure
    • Acer local support provides warranty for the netbooks during the pilot
    Technical support and help
  • Technical support and help
  • Timeline for the pre-pilot
    • February 2010:
      • arrival of netbooks
      • Invitation to join the online community of practice
      • planning of the pedagogical project
    • March, April, May 2010:
      • execution of the pedagogical project(s)
      • participation in the online community of practice
      • creation and documentation of pedagogical one-to-one scenarios
    • End of May 2010: questionnaire (teachers + parents), classroom observation, interview of support persons
    Timeline in the pre-pilot
    • To prepare the main pilot phase starting in September 2010
    • Your feedback on the equipment
      • What should be improved to be effective in schools?
      • What kind of software is needed?
      • What kind of support is needed?
    • Your pedagogical ideas
      • What are netbooks most suitable for?
    • What to focus on evaluation?
    Main interest in the pre-pilot
  • Questions? www.netbooks.eun.org Contacts in EUN [email_address] [email_address]