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Overview of the Access Ace practitioners stream presented by Michael Chalk, PRACE

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    Access ace classroom practice   for e-capable april10 Access ace classroom practice for e-capable april10 Presentation Transcript

      • Build a network
      • Classroom strategies
      • Technologies
      • Challenges
      • Insights
      Classroom practice
      • Building a network
      • Communication tools
      • Themes
      • Re-thinking approaches
      • Exploring options.. expansive
      • Adapt for different users
      • Research: need to contain
      • Match educational purpose with technologies
      • Social learning vs. self-paced
      • Challenges
      • Student fear of internet-related identity theft
      • Student resistance to structured teaching (VCAL)
      • Student nervousness at being recorded, broadcast
      • Need to overcome distance
      • Technologies
      • Learning materials via weekly blog (blogger)
      • Student interaction in voiceboards (voxopop)
      • Instruction via video screencast
      • Community connection via social networking environment (wiki, Ning, facebook..)
      • Insights
      • Don't go at it all 'gung ho' and expect big results, but take it slow and steady and have some fun :)
      • Don't assume that because it didn't work before, it doesn't work. Be prepared to change your approach.
      • Insights
      • Some students will just love working with the technology you give them, and get a sense of inspiration from the "newness" and the possibilities.
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      • Insights
      • Gradually break down learner's previous ingrained learning barriers and fears.
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      • Insights
      • Allow the learners to be the instructors and give them an e-learning tool (eg give them. a camera, and let their creativity fly)
      • Team teach; involve the learner so that they are instructing someone else.
      • Literacy by stealth
      • Insights
      • Take students through small steps - Learning in small chunks is best for engagement!
      • "Don't build a Taj Mahal around it".
      • Make the multimedia broadcast a bit of a circus game.
      • Insights
      • Full web
      http://aacp.acfe.vic.edu.au/
      • Strategies
      • Technologies
      • Challenges
      • Insights
      • Next week
      Howard Errey eworks Thu April 22nd 2pm
      • e learning innovations
      • Framework’s E-learning Innovations