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Making technology communities work

15 key points to improve the technology communities in Schools and Colleges.

A presentation for the Westminster Technology Forum (Monday 9th September 2013)

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Making technology communities work

  1. 1. Making technology communities work Richard Smith @iglooedu on Twitter Consultancy in 5 schools a week Courses for teachers and student teachers Developing a round learning space Strategic planning with senior managers and governors
  2. 2. Face to face training Link different schools together Provide online materials Use students to inspire Run EXPOs for staff and students Use capability reward systems
  3. 3. Digital content training Emphasise online communication Discuss e-awareness and esteem change Balance cooperation/competition in class Discuss feedback (like/comment/subscribe) Develop the use of coding and computing
  4. 4. Space training Explore different room layouts Analyse the effect on social dynamics Investigate code sharing (eg nearpod & edmodo) Make your online content more dynamic/varied Support students with specific needs