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E learning forum 22nd august


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E learning forum 22nd august

  1. 1. eLearning Forum 22nd August<br />- Achievements so far<br />- Inquiry Learning<br />
  2. 2. eWorkshops<br /><ul><li>64 eWorkshop attendees
  3. 3. 9 eWorkshops</li></ul>Access to Experts<br /><ul><li>Jacqui Sharp
  4. 4. Mini Conference – Trevor Bond +</li></ul>Mini Conference<br />Maths Facilitation<br />Blogs<br />Digital Element PL + ICT = EPL.  <br />eCapabilities<br />e-AsTTle<br />
  5. 5. Inquiry<br />
  6. 6. Here are 3 simple reasons why I believe we should stop talking and focusing on inquiry learning. <br />1: Confusion<br />2: The project based tradition <br />3: The disparity between „Inquiry Learning‟ and real life learning<br />I will likely bounce around between thinking, evaluating, questioning, finding, evaluating, linking, and doing. It is a messy process. Generally, in real life, learning is not a process that results in a powerpoint, poster, video clip, podcast, webpage or some other informational artefact that celebrates what I have found. <br />
  7. 7. ‘As a school define what effective learning is because this becomes your foundation’.<br />
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  10. 10. ‘As aschool identify a small set of key attitudes that would support us as learners.’ <br />
  11. 11. <ul><li>remember them
  12. 12. talk of them constantly with your students
  13. 13. model them
  14. 14. identify them when your students display them
  15. 15. publicly and privately celebrate when they are displayed </li></li></ul><li>Identify a core set of skills (5-7) that are basic and foundational to being effective as a learner in any situation.<br />
  16. 16. <ul><li>remember them,
  17. 17. identify levels of achievement in different contexts
  18. 18. talk of them constantly with your students
  19. 19. model them
  20. 20. identify them when your students achieve deeper levels
  21. 21. publicly and privately celebrate shifts in skill level </li></li></ul><li>Learning Task<br />
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