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Presentation on how to set up classrooms and programmes using ICT tools. Aimed at Elementary or Primary Level teachers.

Presentation on how to set up classrooms and programmes using ICT tools. Aimed at Elementary or Primary Level teachers.

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  • 1. Set Up, Start Up, Soar! HOW TO INCORPORATE ELEARNING INTO YOUR CLASSROOM PROGRAMME (WITH SOME DEGREE OF SANITY) VASHTI TYMKIN TWITTER: @VISHONAMISH EMAIL: VTYMKIN@WESTMERE.SCHOOL.NZ WEB: LEARNINGSTUFF11.WORDPRESS.COM LEARNINGSTUFF.WORDPRESS.COM BLOG: LEARNINGMORESTUFF.WORDPRESS.COM Integrating new technologies to empower learning and transform leadershipvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 2. WALT incorporate Elearning into our classrooms We will know this when:  We can organise our classroom to include the equipment  We can organise our routines and planning to include activities using the equipment  We can teach our students how to use tools for learning  We can find activities that are meaningful for subjectsvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 3. Before we begin…vtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 4. What are our options? What can help us to stay sane? ORGANISING OUR CLASSROOMvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 5. Computers: Setting up a podOption 1 Option 2vtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 6. OPTION 1 Using computers like this allows children to work together at separate computers. You can have two children per computer. One can be the driver, one can be the navigator. The driver works the keyboard and mouse. The navigator tells them where to click and what to type.vtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 7. OPTION 2More than one childcan use the computer- awhole group can standaround a computerInquiryWatching videosPublishing togethervtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish / learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 8. OPTION 3vtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 9. OPTION 3Permanent space forlaptop so used everylesson if possibleUseful for ESOL &Special needsGroup workIndividualPairsLess noisevtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 10. Tidying Upvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 11. SOLVING PROBLEMS SAVES SANITYvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 12. FINDING LOGINSBOOKS ON THE COMPUTER Where possible, avoid logging in! Write inside the covers of:  Maths Books  Reading Books  Homework Books Printed off Handwrittenvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 13. FINDING LOG INSBOOKLETS SHEETSvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 14. FINDING HELP TO BEGIN WITHEXPERTS WALL HELP CENTREvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamishlearningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 15. Not just for technologyKeep pencils, pencilsharpeners and rubbersavailableKeep sellotape and pegs,staplersEncourageindependence and groupresponsibility forequipment- link in withyour treatyInitial experiment:Children waited on astool at the help centreto help Help CentreChildren waited at thestool to get helpvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 16. FINDING HELP TO BEGIN WITHHELP CENTRE PROBLEMSOLVING WALL MONITORS IN CHARGEvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 17. Whatever works….vtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 18. STAYING SAFE My LGP/ Netsafe / Hector’s World If it’s not comfortable, get help Never give your full name Never give your location Never name a photograph unless you can protect the postvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamishlearningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 19. WIKIS ANDBLOGSUsing a blog or awiki: Make one anduse it yourself firstUse the onlinetutorialUse what otherpeople around youuse, if possibleBLOGGERvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 20. WORDPRESS.COMvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 21. All of thesewebsites havetutorialsLook for links and usewhat suits you bestIf someone at yourschool is good atWikis, use them to helpyouIf they have a blog, usethe blog platformUse it yourself first toset it up and gainconfidencevtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 22. YOU DON’T NEED A BLOG  Set up a bookmark on the internet  Choose a programvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamishlearningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 23. PLANNING FOR ELEARNINGvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 24. PROGRESSION Show the whole class Work with a group Let them practice Get them to work with the next groupvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamishlearningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 25. MODEL, SCAFFOLD, SANDBOXvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamishlearningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 26. USE GAMESFIRSTMake bookmarksUse a blog to keep themin one place if you canOne subject – chooseyour favouritevtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish / learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 27. NEXT STEP:Small groupsPractice after workingwith teacherOne group per tumbleOne activity, onesubjectUsing blog for wholeclass reflection or LI/SCvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 28. Snapshot of a templatevtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 29. It’s a tumblevtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 30. AND THE NEXT STEP Students teaching the next group Working two groups per tumble Introducing another subject Publishing Using comments to reflect or feedback regularly Using trickier tools like Voicethread etcvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 31. Math tumblevtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 32. WARNING! ALWAYS HAVE A BACKUP ACTIVITY: DIORAMAS POSTERS OFFLINE VERSION OF THE ACTIVITY SO: STEP 1- DRAFT IN YOUR BOOKS STEP 2- PUBLISH. COULD BE ONLINE, COULD BE ON PAPER FRIDAY= FINISHING DAY. HAVE DEADLINESvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamishlearningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 33. Reading Planvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 34. Reading tumble Chartvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 35. SCHOOL JOURNALSvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamishlearningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 36. Reading Tumblevtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 37. YET ANOTHER STEP Using laptops in each subject Online creativity and deeper thinking skills- mind42.com, creating their own blogs, making animations with xtranormal… Making a movie for assembly or to explain thingsvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 38. SUBJECTSvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 39. MATH: Basic Facts RecallTUTPUP SUMDOGwww.tutpup.com www.sumdog.comvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 40. READING: Comprehension Skillsvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish
  • 41. COMMENTING AND POSTING http://learningstuff11.wordpress.com/category/stud ents/leonardo/vtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 42. JUNIORSCBEEBIES MEEGENIUSvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamishlearningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 43. WRITINGUSUAL PROCESS ANIMATIONS, COMICS  Xtranormal.comvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 44. WRITING SPELLINGVOICE INSTEAD OF TYPE www.spellingcity.com Vocaroo.com Audioboo.fm WORDQ: prediction www.goqsoftware.com/vtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 45. TOPICSMIND42.COM WALLWISHER.COM Online mind mapping  Brainstorming using More complex than online post it notes other ideas  Don’t have to be logged Have to be logged in invtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 46. PEYOU TUBE VIDEO OR PHOTOGRAPH Look up examples of  Film children, let them sports skills on web to see what they look like inspire or motivate  Decide what their next them steps arevtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 47. THE ARTSVISUAL ART DANCING Find art works to  Ehow.com has hip hop inspire videos Create slide shows  Video their dance for Get the context or them information Auckland Art Galleryvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 48. TEAM BUILDINGBuddy Class Class DJ Share news at the  Use iTunes to beginning of the day download and choose instead of having news songs to dance to by reading blog  www.Songdrops.com Support your buddy class by commenting Share funny links and videos Create assembly filmsvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com
  • 49. WALT incorporate Elearning into our classrooms We will know this when:  We can organise our classroom to include the equipment  We can organise our routines and planning to include activities using the equipment  We can teach our students how to use tools for learning  We can find activities that are meaningful for subjectsvtymkin@westmere.school.nz @vishonamish learningstuff11.wordpress.com

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