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Students as Facilitators
Ulearn - Rotorua
October 2016
david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz
The Nature of Learning
• 7 Principles of Learning
• Key Shifts in the 21st Century
• Building Blocks for ILEs
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The 7 Principles of learning
Learners at the centre
Social Nature of learning
Emotions are integral to learning
Recognisin...
Building Blocks for ILEs
Co-operative
learning
Service
learning
Learning
with
technology
Inquiry
based
approaches
Formativ...
Re-mixing learning
marcr@northcross.school.nzdavid@dakinane.com
bit.ly/DHEEF2016
BYOD = $0
http://bit.ly/25BpRC
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Ingredients for eLearning success
marcr@northcross.school.nzdavid@dakinane.com
Student
eLearning
skills
Teachers
using
tec...
eLearning Cycle = Learning Depth
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Where are you on the Loop?
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Where are you on the loop?
Has to be explicitly planned for
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Anatomy of an eLearning writing task on a Google Site
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Task
Audioboom
Padl...
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● How do the comments get started?
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Commenting meat - better examples
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Breakthrough comments
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Breakthrough comments
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Commenting AgreeMent CONTract (Rm 10)
1. You nee...
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Have a range of tools to do the same job
PC Snip/Jing/PowerPoint/awwapp.com/e...
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Learning Example
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Use Rubrics to support
Use Rubrics to support
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Inference
Make a copy of this presentation then:
1. Read both texts
2. Highlight the key-words that describe the setting a...
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Term 2 post test results
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Term 2 post test results
0.371.86
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Algebra results levels 3, 4 and 5
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Hattie Effect Size - Numeracy
2014 - 1.86
2015 - 1.52
2016 - 2.36
● Differen...
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Literacy Results
2014 - 0.65
2015 - 0.61
2016 - 0.69
2015 PAT results
Start ...
Students as Facilitators
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Tools to build a culture of commenting
https://g...
Students as Facilitators
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Tools for critical thinking and feedback
https://ed...
Making eLearning Powerful
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  1. 1. Students as Facilitators Ulearn - Rotorua October 2016 david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz
  2. 2. The Nature of Learning • 7 Principles of Learning • Key Shifts in the 21st Century • Building Blocks for ILEs marcr@northcross.school.nzdavid@dakinane.com
  3. 3. The 7 Principles of learning Learners at the centre Social Nature of learning Emotions are integral to learning Recognising individual differences Stretching all students Assessment for learning Building horizontal learning marcr@northcross.school.nzdavid@dakinane.com
  4. 4. Building Blocks for ILEs Co-operative learning Service learning Learning with technology Inquiry based approaches Formative assessment Home school partnerships marcr@northcross.school.nzdavid@dakinane.com
  5. 5. Re-mixing learning marcr@northcross.school.nzdavid@dakinane.com bit.ly/DHEEF2016 BYOD = $0 http://bit.ly/25BpRC B
  6. 6. Ingredients for eLearning success marcr@northcross.school.nzdavid@dakinane.com Student eLearning skills Teachers using technology effectively Student learning models
  7. 7. eLearning Cycle = Learning Depth marcr@northcross.school.nzdavid@dakinane.com
  8. 8. Where are you on the Loop? marcr@northcross.school.nzdavid@dakinane.com
  9. 9. Where are you on the loop? Has to be explicitly planned for marcr@northcross.school.nzdavid@dakinane.com
  10. 10. Anatomy of an eLearning writing task on a Google Site Vs david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz Task Audioboom Padledt/draw.io Multimedia output Google Doc Task set by teacher with clear expectations and learning intentions Students brainstorm initial ideas Students classify, sort, adapt add to ideas Students draft, revise, improve their work Students elect the format of their final output - if appropriate Continual student feedback/feed forward based on learning intentions Students give feedback via comments in docs as work is produced
  11. 11. Vs david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz Students as Facilitators
  12. 12. Students as Facilitators Vs david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz
  13. 13. Students as Facilitators Vs david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz
  14. 14. Students as Facilitators Vs david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz ● How do the comments get started?
  15. 15. Students as Facilitators Vs david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz
  16. 16. Students as Facilitators Vs david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz Commenting meat - better examples
  17. 17. Students as Facilitators Vs david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz
  18. 18. Students as Facilitators Vs david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz Breakthrough comments
  19. 19. Students as Facilitators Vs david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz Breakthrough comments
  20. 20. Students as Facilitators Vs david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz Commenting AgreeMent CONTract (Rm 10) 1. You need to make at least 4 comments a week 2. These comments must be made across at least 2 different days 3. Comments must follow commenting rubric to be eligible 1. Weekly quota results in 15mins Free Time Token Friday 1. Best/most comments rewarded fortnightly and at the end of Term
  21. 21. marcr@northcross.school.nzdavid@dakinane.com Have a range of tools to do the same job PC Snip/Jing/PowerPoint/awwapp.com/educreations.com Apple Jing/QuickTime/awwapp.com/educreations.com Android Tablet Lensoo/Screen Recorder iPad Educreations/ShowMe/Explain Everything/Lensoo Know how to create Know what to say Know how to post Know how to feedback Know how. Can do.
  22. 22. marcr@northcross.school.nzdavid@dakinane.com Learning Example
  23. 23. marcr@northcross.school.nzdavid@dakinane.com Use Rubrics to support
  24. 24. Use Rubrics to support marcr@northcross.school.nzdavid@dakinane.com
  25. 25. Inference Make a copy of this presentation then: 1. Read both texts 2. Highlight the key-words that describe the setting and atmosphere of the location - using transparent shapes 3. Add a new slide to the presentation 4. Select three of the words you have highlighted and write synonyms and antonyms for them 5. Write two similes and metaphors to help create atmosphere 6. Write an extended description of “Turnbull” based on what you have inferred from the text 7. Re-name your presentation and upload it to a new post on this page 8. Read the work of two others and compare their description to yours, what difference do you note between them all, share your thoughts as a comment on the other examples of writing
  26. 26. david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz Term 2 post test results
  27. 27. david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz Term 2 post test results 0.371.86
  28. 28. david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz Algebra results levels 3, 4 and 5
  29. 29. david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz Hattie Effect Size - Numeracy 2014 - 1.86 2015 - 1.52 2016 - 2.36 ● Different Yr7 cohort each year ● Teacher pedagogy improving through external support ● TIME- teacher & students
  30. 30. david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz Literacy Results 2014 - 0.65 2015 - 0.61 2016 - 0.69 2015 PAT results Start of year End of year Below 13.3% 0.0% At 56.7% 53.3% (no stanine 4) Above 30% 46.7% 2014 PAT results Start of year End of year Below 16.7% 0.0% At 50.0% 46.7% (no stanine 4) Above 33.3% 53.3%
  31. 31. Students as Facilitators Vs david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz Tools to build a culture of commenting https://groups.google.com https://groups.google.com http://versoapp.com/ https://answergarden.ch/ http://kaizena.com/
  32. 32. Students as Facilitators david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz Tools for critical thinking and feedback https://educreations.comhttp://awwapp.com https://mix.office.com/snip https://thelearnia.com http://awwapp.com
  33. 33. Making eLearning Powerful Vs david@dakinane.com marcr@northcross.school.nz

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