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Learning to expertise

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Presentation for LET-students april 2015 at Oulu University

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Learning to expertise

  1. 1. What happened? About my journey to being an adaptive expert Pirjo Kananen 2015
  2. 2. Before I became a LET-student - graduated in1989 from Oulu University - teaching at comprehensive school grades 7 - 9, upper secondary school and as an university lecturer abroad - experience with distance teaching
  3. 3. Why LET? - How can I know whether I´m doing the right things as a teacher? - Why distance teaching is so widely used? - How can Edutech enhance learning? - How can I be updated as a teacher?
  4. 4. Back to work
  5. 5. Facts about my school - grades 7 - 9 and upper secondary school - 191 + 70 students - 25 teachers
  6. 6. Has anything changed?
  7. 7. How do I teach today?
  8. 8. What do my students think? WhatsApp etiquette, 8th grade 1. Spamming is not allowed in this group. 2. No messages after 10.30 pm. 3. Dismissing or calling names is not allowed. 4. Send only appropriate pictures. 5. Give arguments for your opinions. Don’t insult deliberately. Digital portfolio Digital porfolio 2
  9. 9. Local ICT work - Osaava project - three municipalities Raahe, Pyhäjoki and Siikajoki - arranging Edutech courses for teachers
  10. 10. Teacher network - blogs - FB-groups: Finnish and literature teachers using Edutech, our LET- group
  11. 11. New curriculum work - more Edutech - networks between schools, teachers - collaborative learning, learning through research, SRL - project work with different subjects together - sharing - teachers role
  12. 12. What next? - ict-mentor teacher at my own school - ict-tutor student work beginning - mentoring skills are needed!
  13. 13. What about mentoring? - It´s all about emotions. - delicate: educated, experienced adults - scaffolding - self-efficiency
  14. 14. Learning to expertise - What kind of a person is an adaptive expert? - How to become one? - How does this knowledge help mentoring? - What kind of scaffolding does a mentor need? - blog
  15. 15. Thank you! pirjo.kananen@gmail.com www.slideshare.net www.letopinnot.wordpress.com Pirjo Kananen 2015

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