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Presentation of Tony Bates for EDEN's new Education in time of pandemic webinar series on 'When education moves home: implications for students, academics, administrators, and educational leaders' - 6 April 2020, 17:00 CET
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https://www.eden-online.org/eden_conference/when-education-moves-home-implications-for-students-academics-administrators-and-education-leaders/

Presentation of Tony Bates for EDEN's new Education in time of pandemic webinar series on 'When education moves home: implications for students, academics, administrators, and educational leaders' - 6 April 2020, 17:00 CET
More info:
https://www.eden-online.org/eden_conference/when-education-moves-home-implications-for-students-academics-administrators-and-education-leaders/

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  1. 1. When education moves home: implications for students, academics, administrators, and educational leaders Professor, Dr. Ebba Ossiannilsson, EDEN EC, EDEN SIG TEL QE, EDEN NAP ICDE EC, ICDE OER Advocacy Committee, Chair VP Swedish Association for Distance Education Job and Skills Coalition Sweden Swedish Institute for Standards and ISO
  2. 2. ZOOMED OUT ZOOMBOMBING
  3. 3. #LearningNeverStops
  4. 4. Education and learning has opened up … although buildings are closed • …. That is the difference • It is a big difference in approchces and perspectives and mindsets
  5. 5. The Difference Between Emergency Remote Teaching and Online Learning Credit: frankie's / Shutterstock.com © 2020 by Charles Hodges, Stephanie Moore, Barb Lockee, Torrey Trust and Aaron Bond Published: Friday, March 27, 2020
  6. 6. Who are involved and have an interest Learners Teachers Admin Managers/ Leadership Parents/co -learners
  7. 7. Leadership In these times, it is crucial to secure your relevance as a manager. Therefore, when the office has been moved to the home, we do not set, but reschedule. How does the manager lead remotely? What applies in labor law in coronation times? Strengthen your leadership and get the support you as a manager need in tough times.
  8. 8. How to Lead Successful Teams when Everyone is Remote Rachel Lefkowitz | March 30, 2020 Working from home has become the new normal. But normal doesn’t mean everything will come naturally—especially for managers.
  9. 9. ADMINISTATORS Develop a straightforward institutional plan Define the default model. Let students know what to expect Don’t overdo the technological response
  10. 10. RESOURCES - COVID-19 CALL FOR ACTION ON TEACHERS • Response to the COVID-19 Outbreak - Call for Action on Teachers • Teachers are the backbone of education systems and the key to reaching learning goals, regardless of context and situation. Within the COVID-19 crisis, they are on the front line in ensuring that learning continues. • As of 25 March, 63 million primary and secondary school teachers have been affected by the nationwide school closures happening in 165 countries. • The International Task Force on Teachers for Education 2030 calls on all governments, education providers and funders – public and private – to recognise the critical roles that teachers play in the COVID-19 response and recovery.
  11. 11. EDUCATORS Don’t go wild and crazy Use and support the tools already available. Use the analytics Be as responsive as possible If you've no institutional guidance
  12. 12. Time to work from home? • Away is good but home is best! For most of us, the home is our place for relaxation and recovery. But in the current situation, the home also becomes a workplace for many of us. We live in a time where it is possible for us to do most activities remotely.
  13. 13. School everywhere - digital ergonomics
  14. 14. • Internet • computer or tablet • a workplace where you do not disturb others • a workplace where you are not disturbed by others • logins to the digital platforms or tools you need • knowledge of how to use different digital tools and systems • digital channels where you can connect with your classmates and teachers • a workplace where you can sit for a while without getting tired of the body • good lighting (avoid reflections in the screen, the ability to draw curtains, etc.)
  15. 15. Strategies to success • Tip 1: Keep your regular routines • Tip 2: Write a “To Do List” and plan your day • Tip 3: Avoid anything that distracts you (eg your mobile phone) • Tip 4: Schedule your breaks • Tip 5: Have video meetings with your colleagues • Tip 6: End the day in time
  16. 16. SUCCESS/QUALITYOnlinelearning (Ossiannilssonetal.,2015 Presence Trust Interaction Flexibility Accessibilityy Motivation Personal Humor KISS Using Humor to Engage Students in the Classroom provides a strategy based on humor that will not only increase student engagement, but also contribute to students’ improved recall, comprehension, and satisfaction.
  17. 17. Need Help Sorting Through the Avalanche of Online Resources for Kids Who Are Now Learning at Home? 11 Sites for Parents to Look At
  18. 18. Badrul Kahn Quality Model
  19. 19. To minimise the impact of COVID-19, the Commonwealth of Learning (COL) and the OERu are joining forces with the UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education (IITE) and the International Council for Open and Distance Education (ICDE) to support education institutions around the world transitioning to online learning using open educational resources (OER). #OER4Covid
  20. 20. Teaching and Learning after COVID-19 • Prediction No. 1: Blended Learning Will Dramatically Increase • Prediction No. 2: Online Education Will Be a Strategic Priority at Every Institution • Prediction No. 3: Existing and Potential OPM (Online Program Management) Partnerships Will Be Rethought • InsiderHigher Ed 1 April 2020
  21. 21. Tech Policy
  22. 22. My Footprints www.i4quality.se Ebba.Ossiannilsson@gmail.com info@i4qulity.se
  23. 23. How do you think COVID-19 will alter the future of teaching and learning?

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