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Facilitator2classroomiteam

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Facilitator2classroomiteam

  1. 1. Walking the Talk from facilitator to classroom teacher. What’s working? What’s worthwhile? During this workshop we will explore a range of successful and manageable ICT ideas focused on enhancing literacy programmes. Explicit links will be made to the principles of effective pedagogy as outlined in The New Zealand Curriculum, pg 34-36. Resources to provide teachers with continual inspiration and support will also be shared.
  2. 2. Workshop Overview overarching principles to guide my practice. classroom integration . resources to save the day. .
  3. 3. Back with a Bang !!
  4. 4. Guiding principles that underlie my practice - my decision making in relation to ICT.
  5. 5. Alignment with learning objectives What am I trying to achieve? How can ICT support /extend? The use of ICT will form part of a conscious choice of the best and most appropriate way of promoting effective learning.
  6. 6. Alignment with effective pedagogy How can ICT support me to facilitate experiences that consistently have a positive impact on student learning?
  7. 8. Alignment with school vision, charter and strategic goals . A bottom-up culture needs help from the top.
  8. 9. Alignment with existing school systems , structures and workflow .
  9. 10. Alignment with others, including staff and the BOT . Go alone and go faster , go together and go further.
  10. 11. What connections have you made ? *strengths *areas to develop Alignment with learning objectives with effective pedagogy with school vision, charter and strategic goals . with existing school systems , structures and workflow . with others, including staff and the BOT
  11. 12. Literacy and ICT What digital content does your cluster currently use to support literacy? a) Make a list. b) Give one , Get one
  12. 13. 1. Set up an online portal . Be clear about its purpose .
  13. 14. <ul><li>2. Integrate in manageable and meaningful ways into your classroom programme. </li></ul>
  14. 15. 3. Sharing Our Writing Encouraging specific and descriptive feedback Linking to exemplars and success criteria. http://taurikoroom14.blogspot.com/2011/04/my-special-person-author- john.html http://taurikoroom14.blogspot.com/2011/04/my-special-person-author- damian.html http://taurikoroom14.blogspot.com/2011/05/walt-identify-key-features- of.html
  15. 16. 4. Question Chain To support reading comprehension. Focus : asking a range of questions. What is a question chain? The teacher posts a question. First student from the group answers it and poses a new question. Second student answers that question and poses a third. And so forth........ Questions cannot be repeated. All questions and answers are posted using the comment box. http://taurikoroom14.blogspot.com/2011/05/exploring-spider-relatives- aphrodite.html http://taurikoroom14.blogspot.com/2011/05/reading-question- chain.html
  16. 17. 5. Wordle For analysis of language features Put a students writing into a wordle. Language: do not remove common words + word count.
  17. 18. Wordle For analysis of language features Put a students writing into a wordle. Language: do not remove common words + word count.
  18. 19. 6. Comments4Kids is a way for students and teachers to find blogs to comment on and to get their own posts commented on http://www.tauriko.school.nz/443/link_sets/68- comments4kids
  19. 20. 7. Etherpad - a collaborative white-board which lets up to 8 people type on the same document at the same time. Focus: proof-reading, editing , idea development. Collaborative stories.
  20. 21. 8. Learning objects - Digistore when a concept is hard to represent, difficult or dangerous to replicate, or when repetition is required.
  21. 22. What do you know about Digistore?
  22. 23. Our Digital Storehouse
  23. 24. Learning Objects
  24. 25. How do you log in ?
  25. 26. Digistore Passwords Tauranga Intermediate Username:  tis Password:   qknacqj4 Tauranga Primary Username: taur Password:  52anga Greenpark School Username:   green89 Password:   azikgthk Digistore Temp. Username: digiworkshop Password: autumn11
  26. 27. How do you find what you are looking for?
  27. 28. Search Tip 1 – General and Advanced Search <ul><li>Specify: </li></ul><ul><li>Learning area </li></ul><ul><li>Level </li></ul><ul><li>Content type </li></ul><ul><li>Content Source </li></ul><ul><li>Content Provider </li></ul><ul><li>Fields to Search </li></ul>
  28. 29. Search Tip 2 – Browse by Topic
  29. 30. Search Tip 3 – A- Z
  30. 31. Search Tip 4 – Learning Area Catalogue Each learning object has a unique ID number. Type this ID into the Digistore search to locate the desired object.
  31. 32. Viewing search results More information Open the resource
  32. 33. Details view
  33. 34. Using Digital Content – the Digistore Wiki
  34. 35. Further Sources Of Digital Content
  35. 36. Digistore Sand - Pit Time
  36. 37. Want to know more? Try an Online Snack [email_address] [email_address] ed.ac.nz
  37. 38. What else? Presentations around our school values Online readers Book reviews Involving parents/whanau http://taurikoroom14.blogspot.com/2011/05/am-i- guardian.html http://taurikoroom14.blogspot.com/2011/03/exploring- innovation.html What’s next? Creating videos/learning objects to share our learning
  38. 39. Resources Worth Clicking Ideas to Inspire Literacy Progressions and ICT English Online : English and ICT listserv. Infinity and Beyond

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