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  • Using video to gather evidence with learners with learning difficultieshttp://www.excellencegateway.org.uk/page.aspx?o=324133&c=casestudiesUsing videos to streamline assessment and enhance communicationhttp://www.excellencegateway.org.uk/page.aspx?o=305928
  • BYOD in the classroom 13 may 2013

    1. 1. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit May 17, 2013 | slide 1RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learningBYOD in the classroomSteve Saffhill, Lyn Lallsteve.saffhill@rsc-em.ac.uk, lynette.lall@rsc-em.ac.ukwww.jiscrsc.ac.uk/eastmidlands
    2. 2. May 17, 2013 | slide 2Summary Why mobile devices? Apps in the classroom Apps for assessment
    3. 3. May 17, 2013 | slide 3Familiarity withown devicePersonalisedlearningDifferentiationJust in timelearningIndependentlearningEmbed digitalliteracyAccess toresourcesAssessmentCollaborationActive learning
    4. 4. The government’s vision of the futureof British industry Government objectives– Creative– Social mobility– “Wants industry to work together and with learningorganisations to improve productivity and efficiency”– “Many of our students’ future jobs will involve some levelof crowdsourcing or collaboration”May 17, 2013 | slide 4
    5. 5. Learners have great skills andabilitiesMay 17, 2013 | slide 5 Online creativity– Not so much paint and lego– More make and share online Changing social skills– Online communication– Online group activities Why not use them toenable learning?
    6. 6. Issues robust wi-fi infrastructure equality and inclusion e-safety classroom management teacher confidence withtechnologyMay 17, 2013 | slide 6Jisc Legal BYOD toolkit
    7. 7. Where do mobile devices fit in withlearning?•Demonstrate newknowledge and skills•Take risks•Completeassessment•Reflect onperformance•Ensure learningresources areavailable to them•Resources arestimulative•Learners understandwhat is expected of them•Motivate•Find out prior knowledgeEngage ActivateShareEmbedMay 17, 2013 | slide 7
    8. 8. Engage: resources for finding outwhat learners knowMay 17, 2013 | slide 8Comments2gPhoneSmart-phone Android iOSPolleverywhere MCQ and text responses    Padlet Virtual corkboard   iBrainstorm Virtual corkboard InfuseLearning Student response suite   Socrative Student response suite   Mentimeter Student response suite   
    9. 9. Activate: delivering new informationand skillsMay 17, 2013 | slide 9CommentsSmart-phone Android iOSEducreations Interactive whiteboard for tablet View View CreateNearpodInteractive multimediapresentationsViewBambuser Live video streaming Create Create CreateQrafter QR Code reader and generatorAlternatives areavailableCreateandviewPreziCollaborative presentation tool(no collaboration on mobile)View View Create
    10. 10. Share: working togetherMay 17, 2013 | slide 10CommentsSmart-phone Android iOSDropbox Cloud storage for files   Mural.ly Collaborative presentation tool   Google DriveShare and work on documentsand other files  TitanpadSynchronous notepad formultiple users  
    11. 11. Embed: reflectingMay 17, 2013 | slide 11CommentsSmart-phone Android iOSVoiceThreadCreate and share conversationon documents and imagesComic LifeCreate a comic strip out of yourphotosStoryboard StudioCreate a picture board using yourown drawing skillsSoundcloudRecord your own audio andshare with others  PenzuOnline diary that syncs withmultiple devices  
    12. 12. Classroom managementMay 17, 2013 | slide 12
    13. 13. Keeping your powerpointslides fresh Using twitter to get the most up to date news
    14. 14. Criterion based assessmentwww.rsc-em.ac.uk May 17, 2013 | slide 17• Support learners• Understanding• Expectations• Learning resources• Help gather evidence• Observe and recordactivities• Validate and recordresults• Provide feedback anddevelopment
    15. 15. Types of evidence Witness testimony Questions and answers Observation Professional discussion Personal statement Accreditation of prior learningwww.rsc-em.ac.uk May 17, 2013 | slide 18
    16. 16. Technology for learners(share and demonstrate)www.rsc-em.ac.uk May 17, 2013 | slide 19Using video withlearning difficultiesUsing video tostreamline assessment
    17. 17. www.rsc-em.ac.uk May 17, 2013 | slide 20Annotating evidence
    18. 18. Annotating evidenceMay 17, 2013 | slide 21
    19. 19. Don’t think one app will do it all.Create workflowsDistributelink tolearnersDocumentis storedLearnersdevelopinformationDocumentconvertedto .pdf andemailed totutorTutoruploads toDoc ASandprovidesfeedback.May 17, 2013 | slide 22
    20. 20. Organising Appshttp://langwitches.org/blog
    21. 21. http://maps.playingwithmedia.com/
    22. 22. Multiple intelligenceshttp://ipadders.eu
    23. 23. Choosing apps• relevance• customisation• feedback• thinking skills• engagement• sharing• Rubrics for evaluating apps• http://www.avatargeneration.com/2012/09/rubrics-for-evaluating-educational-apps/suggestappevaluateappalternativesMakechoice
    24. 24. Apple T&CVolume purchasing for iOS appshttps://developer.apple.com/programs/volume/
    25. 25. Resources steve.saffhill@rsc-em.ac.uk

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