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Pedagogical Model 2.0

  1. 1. ORT Argentina 1
  2. 2. ORT Argentina 2
  3. 3. High School study plan 1ro Tracks • BusinessBasic cycle Administration (3 years) 12-14 2do Common Core Basic Cycle Básico Ciclo • Chemistry Subjects • Computer Science • Language • Constructions • Electronics • Mathematics 3ro • ICT • Natural Sciences • Industrial Design • Physics • Mass Media • Chemistry Production • Technology • Musical Production 4to • Social Studies • Jewish EducationOriented cycle (3 years) • English Oriented Cycle Superior Oriented 15-17 5to • Gym and Sports Ciclo specific subjects 6to 3
  4. 4. Educational Project Highlights• Comprehensive education for all• High academic level• Technological education• Jewish education• School of opportunities• Access to labour market• Entrance to university 4
  5. 5. Pedagogical Model 2.0 and itsLeadership 5
  6. 6. Are we living in a time ofchanges or are we witnessing achange of “era”? 6
  7. 7. What role will education havein this new concept of society?Then… How can “educationalinstitutions” act to cope withthis challenge? 7
  8. 8. To have a central role insociety once again, educationalinstitutions need new leaders,capable of generating thischange in meaning. 8
  9. 9. How can we define the Leaders2.0? 9
  10. 10. Leaders 2.0 requirements:• Knowledge• Strategic vision• Courage• Passion• Commitment• Creativity• Conviction 10
  11. 11. Pedagogical Model 2.0 11
  12. 12. School 2.0 one student one laptop 7/24 web connection web 2.0 platformA pedagogical model
  13. 13. Student-centered learning process
  14. 14. From a standardized school to a personalized education Ubiquitous learning Creativity & colaborative environmentBreaking the Student as aclassroom walls, productormaking the school class diversitytransparent Network learning The student as the protagonist of their own learning process
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  16. 16. ORT Virtual campusA web 2.0 platform, to scaffold: • Teaching and learning process • Monitoring and support of students 16
  17. 17. Proposals for teaching (new interactions)• Access to multiple resources available in the web• Discussions founded on genuine sources• Other types of interchange and dialogue• Rapid exchange of ideas• Increasing participation• Interactive production on virtual environments• Personalized and ubiquitous learning experience
  18. 18. Proposals for teaching (new interactions)• Attending interest, needs, styles and rhythms• Diversity of expression formats• Accessing data on real time• Virtual meetings with experts• Collaborative and incremental knowledge construction• Digital footprint• Collective Intelligence construction Today is possible
  19. 19. Monitoring and support of students• Organization of "school life" of students• Management of independent learning, collaborative and personalized• Strengthening the "digital management"
  20. 20. Social «prosumers» networking ubiquity schoolrevealslearning frameworkexperiences public domain meeting point «digital footprint» 20
  21. 21. ORT Virtual Campus• Home http://campus.ort.edu.ar/• First year portal: http://campus.belgrano.ort.edu.ar/primero• 1ro G: http://campus.belgrano.ort.edu.ar/primero/2011-bt1g• 1ro G/language: http://campus.belgrano.ort.edu.ar/primero/2011-bt1g/lengua-1• 1ro G/language/The Hobbit: http://campus.belgrano.ort.edu.ar/lengua1/articulo/156088/de-la- literatura-al-cine-el-hobbit-de-tolkien• 1ro G/language/Hercules´s tasks: http://campus.belgrano.ort.edu.ar/lengua1/articulo/152749/las-tareas-de-h-rcules (Different rhythms learning from videos)• 1ro G/Graphical communication: http://campus.belgrano.ort.edu.ar/primero/2011-bt1g 21
  22. 22. ORT Virtual Campus• Academic Areas – Technology Education: http://campus.almagro.ort.edu.ar/educaciontecnologica – Jewish Education: http://campus.belgrano.ort.edu.ar/educacionjudia – Industrial Design Department: http://campus.belgrano.ort.edu.ar/disenoindustrial• Cross-Curricular projects – Observatory of humanities: http://campus.ort.edu.ar/observatorio• – Change - Environmental Awareness ORT: http://campus.ort.edu.ar/cambio 22
  23. 23. ORT Virtual Campus• ORT Social network – Friends group 1ro G, Belgrano: http://campus.ort.edu.ar/amigos/grupo/1342/ – Teachers 2.0 group 23
  24. 24. Visiting classrooms 2.0 24
  25. 25. “A teachers´ center for theproduction of teachingmaterial for their students” • To increase the quality and diversity of the didactic materials whereupon our students learn • To develop educational contents to explore the educational potential of the new technologies. • To professionalize the processes of production of didactic materials.
  26. 26. emerging teaching new trends & models methodologies educators’ authorship of materials teacher ICTprofessional diverse approaches to training knowledge building 27
  27. 27. CREA Center• Crea – http://campus.ort.edu.ar/crea• Escuela 2.0 – http://campus.ort.edu.ar/crea/escuela20 28
  28. 28. School management 2.0• achieving goals – Promoting reading: http://campus.belgrano.ort.edu.ar/biblioteca – Improving writing: http://campus.belgrano.ort.edu.ar/lengua1/articulo/ 152779/algunos-ejercicios-interactivos-de-ortograf-a• – Learning Outside school: http://campus.belgrano.ort.edu.ar/lengua1/articulo/ 152779/algunos-ejercicios-interactivos-de-ortograf-a 30
  29. 29. School management 2.0• Simple versus more complex content – Social Science activity: http://campus.ort.edu.ar/crea/articulo/137227/activ idad-1-ubicaci-n-temporal – Mitos: http://campus.ort.edu.ar/crea/unidades/lengua/serv icio/treeview/87430/#top – Living beings unit: http://campus.almagro.ort.edu.ar/cienciasnaturales/ 1ro/servicio/treeview/118574/#top 31
  30. 30. School management 2.0– Rising participation Geometry: intensive use of free software http://campus.ort.edu.ar/crea/articulo/137228/actividad-n-4– Complex and incremental knowledge production Native Peoples of Latin America:http://campus.almagro.ort.edu.ar/cienciassociales/pu eblosoriginarios– Developing of cross-discipline project oriented to community Experience H2O: http://campus.almagro.ort.edu.ar/quimica/experienciah20 32
  31. 31. School management 2.0– Useful for school marketing actions: http://campus.almagro.ort.edu.ar/admision/visit as– Contributions to the national education system: http://campus.ort.edu.ar/crea/aportes_SEN 34
  32. 32. Strategic decisions and ways ofaction 35
  33. 33. Key Aspects One computer per student New learning spaces Technological infrastructureTeaching proposals and resources Teacher Training Programme 36
  34. 34. Technological Infrastructure Services • Hosting infrastructureCloud Computing • Virtualization • Software as Service New infrastructure model • Use by demand • Costs according with needs • Less investment and operational costs 37
  35. 35. Learning spaces 2.0• Enhancing experiential learning activities,• allowing flexible configurations,• helping the development of rich and varied experiences,• Without a front,• Enabling teachers to turn around,• facilitating the active participation, collaborative work, sharing ideas and content-oriented project work,• Whether you are in a classroom, laboratory, workshop, or free spaces. 38
  36. 36. Teacher professional training Impact on teacher knowledge and skills Impact on teaching andTraining goals learning process Impact on student support and monitoring 39
  37. 37. Programme scopeFirst stage of implementation 40
  38. 38. First stage implemetation 41
  39. 39. Monitoring and Evaluating 42
  40. 40. Educational Quality Improvement Program Students performance Surveys to Interview to through the students students school year Integrated assessments Data Improvement Evaluation Process Analysis proposals Interviews and focusgroups with parents •Programs of study Class Interviews to •Modes of teaching Observations teachers •Educational Resources Task tracking 43
  41. 41. Evaluation aimsMaking decisions: To adjust the first stage Pedagogical Model 2.0 implementation. 1 to 1 implementation To review Pedagogical Model 2.0 To disseminate successful experiences First Stage Expanding the scope Making decisions: Evaluation Process  To project the change of scale Project documentation 44
  42. 42. Metrics - First-year teachers productions 2010 2011 Anual 2011Content creation 603 907 7XUsing Google 187 248 6XDocs Teachers production PP 2.0 Producción de docentes 4500 4000 3500 3000 2500 Creación decreation Content contenidos 2000 Utilizando Google docs Using Google Docs 1500 1000 500 0 2010 Anualizado 2011 45
  43. 43. Metrics First-year students productions 2010 2011 Anual 2011Articles, pictures 416 157 2Xgalleries, forumsand otherComents 149 1021 30X Contents created Contenidos creados 14000 12000 10000 Creados en Articles, pictures galleries, etc 8000 artículos, galeria, etc Comentarios Coments 6000 4000 Producciones colaborativas Collaborative productions 2000 0 2010 Anualizado 2011 47
  44. 44. Metrics - ContentsFirst year´s contents seen between March and April by day week by comparing 2011 (blue) to 2010 (green) 48
  45. 45. Pedagogical Model 2.0 Thanks… 50
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  47. 47. Students as producers• learning has more meaningful when you can shape in some kind of production Networking helps to put forward different points of views To work with others and having to explain their ideas, students become aware of ones point of view. One of the key aspects of the pedagogical model 2.0 is a broadening of the possibilities for students to develop, share and publish their own content. 2.0 The methodology enhances the possibilities to create, produce and share knowledge. Students can move from a passive role as consumer to an active role as a producer (interest, compromise)

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