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  • the effectiveness of learning outside learning sessions through technology, reviews and tutorialshow effectively and creatively staff use resources, including accommodation, equipment and technologythe effective use of technology in assessment
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  • From: http://www.toowaydirect.com/2012/01/new-ofcom-stats-show-huge-growth-in-online-shopping/Smartphone ownership almost doubled in the UK between February 2010 and August 2011 (up from 24% to 46%)The number of people using their mobiles to access the internet was also higher in the UK with nearly half (46%) of UK internet users using their phones to go online in October 2011.A quarter (25%) of UK mobile users accessed news content on their mobiles, significantly higher than in other European countries. This could be partly due to higher smartphone take-up and UK media and newspaper websites having dedicated mobile websites.
  • The rate of technological development is phenomenal. The majority of learners now come to the classroom with a small computer within their pocket.How should these be managed in the classroom?
  • Great, flipped learning

    1. 1. Enhancing the learners’ experience using technology Steve Saffhill Steve.saffhill@rsc-em.ac.ukGo to 1 of 283Header & Footer to editPage View > November 19, 2012 | slide 1 RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning
    2. 2. Summary• Learners, technology, Ofsted and the Government• The tools we use• The tools we may considerUn-summary• We will not do step-by-step instructions on how to do things
    3. 3. Inspections and reviews November 19, 2012 | slide 3
    4. 4. Ofsted: is technology a limiting factor?
    5. 5. CIF Inspectors’ Handbook Learning outside classroom through technology WHY? Effective use of resources including technology Effective use of technology in assessment
    6. 6. Skilled workforce: the future of British industry  Government objectives – Creative – Social mobility – “Wants industry to work together and with learning organisations to improve productivity and efficiency” – “Many of our students’ future jobs will involve some level of crowdsourcing or collaboration”Moving Learning Online steve.saffhill@rsc-em.ac.uk
    7. 7. Learners with great skills and abilitiesMoving Learning Online steve.saffhill@rsc-em.ac.uk
    8. 8. The greatest learning activity
    9. 9. What made these activities great? Best 3 Best 7Adjectives November 19, 2012 | slide 9
    10. 10. Learning with EASE•Learners understand •Ensure learning what is expected of them resources are•Motivate available to them•Find out prior knowledge •Resources are stimulative Engage Activate Embed Share •Demonstrate new •Complete knowledge and skills assessment •Take risks •Reflect on performance November 19, 2012 | slide 10
    11. 11. ENGAGE: Quiz ShowQuestion and AnswerSamples and TechniquesMicrosoft Office http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/templates/results.aspx?qu=quiz#ai:TC010176929bit.ly/ms-quizshow
    12. 12. Declan Donnelly’s family is Irish
    13. 13. How many singles did PJ and Duncan aka Ant and Dec have?Rip It Up; Tonight Im Free; Why Me? (Is It Justified); Lets Get Ready To Rhumble; If I Give You My Number; Eternal Love; Our Radio Rocks; Stuck On U; U Krazy Katz; Perfect; Stepping Stone; Better Watch Out; When I Fall In Love; Shout; Falling; Were On The Ball
    14. 14. What part of Newcastle was Byker Grove based on?JarrowWallsendBykerGroveSunderland
    15. 15. Match the person to the film they appeared in as themselves: Ant & Dec The Wedding Singer John Malkovich The Last Action HeroArnold Schwarzenegger Love Actually Tom Jones Being John Malkovic Billy Idol Mars Attacks
    16. 16. Guard Rail (Approx 1.0 m high) Brick Guard Intermediate guard rail (Max gap of 470 mm) END OF Toe Board (Min 150 mm high) SCAFFOLD Scaffolding Planks (Deck area min of 600 mm wide) Transom Facade Brace LargeThrough Tie Ledger Brace Eye Bolt Reveal Tie Couplers at joints Ledger StandardIndependent Eye Bolt and StrapTied Base PlatesScaffold Sole Plates
    17. 17. Text the corresponding code to the following phone number 07624806527Code Comment42148 I feel very comfortable using technology in the classroom42363 I’d like to use technology in the classroom, but I don’t feel confident42448 I’d like to use technology, but it always goes wrong for me42506 I get along fine without using technology
    18. 18. Changes in mobile technology 99% of 15-24 YO have a mobile phone Rural broadband penetration is 84% (OFCOM, Jan 2012) Smartphone ownership doubles from 2011-2012 Half of internet access was via mobile (Oct 2011) Quarter of mobile users access news content November 19, 2012 | slide 19
    19. 19. What’s in your learners’ pocket? Mobile device usage Benefit or distraction? Follow them and lead them https://mobilelearninginfokit.pbworks.com
    20. 20. Types of learning activities November 19, 2012 | slide 21
    21. 21. Edgar Dale’s Cone of Experience Read Hear View images Watch videos Attend exhibits/sites Watch a demonstration Participate in hands-on workshops Design collaborative lessonsSimulate, model or experience a lesson Design/perform a real lesson
    22. 22. Flipped classroom model – What is it? November 19, 2012 | slide 23
    23. 23. Edgar Dale’s Cone of Experience Flipped Read Hear View images Watch videos Attend exhibits/sites Watch a demonstration Participate in hands-on workshops Design collaborative lessonsSimulate, model or experience a lesson Design/perform a real lesson
    24. 24. Learning with EASE•Learners understand •Ensure learning what is expected of them resources are•Motivate available to them•Find out prior knowledge •Resources are stimulative Engage Activate Embed Share •Demonstrate new •Complete knowledge and skills assessment •Take risks •Reflect on performance November 19, 2012 | slide 25
    25. 25. Edgar Dale’s Cone of Experience Flipped Read Hear View images Watch videos Attend exhibits/sites Watch a demonstration Participate in hands-on workshops Design collaborative lessonsSimulate, model or experience a lesson Design/perform a real lesson
    26. 26. What are some benefits of this method? Flexible access Personalised learning Stronger student/teacher relationships Share resources with other colleagues Class time for higher order thinking • Learning outside classroom through technology • Effective use of resources including technology • Effective use of technology in assessment November 19, 2012 | slide 27
    27. 27. Resources for Moodle Read – Add files to Moodle – Slideshare Hear – Podcasts Watch – Combining the two – Mashing it with video footage The best way to impart new knowledge and skills is to make it multisensory November 19, 2012 | slide 28

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