1:1 netbook pedagogy                 andpedagogical scenarios        www.europeanschoolnet.org - www.eun.org
What is 1:1 computing in education?• 1:1 indicates the ratio of items per user,   i.e. one netbook per learner.• 1:1 refer...
Do netbooks require a different type ofpedagogy?The use of 1:1 in education :• highlights the fact that the learners have ...
Variety of activities a during 1:1 lesson Frontal teachingGroup Individual                                                ...
Alternate on-line and off-line activities Frontal teaching                                on-line                       ...
Useless to aim for 100% usage rate!                            www.netbooks.eun.org
Netbooks, like ICT, is a means, a tool! Frontal teachingGroup Individual                                                 w...
Examples             ofdifferent types of activities       with netbooks                       www.netbooks.eun.org
Teacher-led activity with netbooks                                           Teacher-led activity, frontal-styleimage: a T...
Indivdual work: on-line or off-lineimage: a German pre-pilot netbook class                                          www.ne...
Groupwork: on-line or off-line                         www.netbooks.eun.org
Groupwork with netbooks                        (individual netbooks)image: a German pre-pilot netbook class   www.netbooks...
Pairwork with individual netbooksimage: a German pre-pilot netbook class   www.netbooks.eun.org
Individual work off-line                      www.netbooks.eun.org   14
Individualised remidiation with netbooksimage: a German pre-pilot netbook class   www.netbooks.eun.org
Teachers as collaborators                     www.netbooks.eun.org
Teachers collaborating on netbooks                          www.netbooks.eun.org
Different pedagogical modesFormal      netbooks in school                              out of schoolContext       individu...
1:1 pedagogical scenarios                                          Barbara S..., European Schoolnetimage: a German pre-pil...
1:1 pedagogical scenarios•   Help teachers “orchestrate” the learning situations with netbooks•   The interplay :     – be...
Orchestration of learning activities                                                                         www.netbooks....
1:1 pedagogical scenarios  www.netbooks.eun.org/web/acer/resources                                       www.netbooks.eun....
Spring Day 1:1 netbook scenario Frontal teaching                                                      on-line           ...
www.netbooks.eun.org                                            Questions?                                            Riin...
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What type of pedagogy is needed for 1:1?

  1. 1. 1:1 netbook pedagogy andpedagogical scenarios www.europeanschoolnet.org - www.eun.org
  2. 2. What is 1:1 computing in education?• 1:1 indicates the ratio of items per user, i.e. one netbook per learner.• 1:1 refers to the current trend of low-cost computer devices, ranging from mobiles and handhelds to laptops or netbooks, have gained ground.• Typically the devise is connected to the internet and owned by the learner.• One-to-one (1:1) computing is a new phenomena in educational settings! www.netbooks.eun.org
  3. 3. Do netbooks require a different type ofpedagogy?The use of 1:1 in education :• highlights the fact that the learners have access to netbooks at all times• takes advantage of blended learning approach alternating different activities,• e.g. teacher-led vs. individual or collaborative activities, online or offline activities www.netbooks.eun.org
  4. 4. Variety of activities a during 1:1 lesson Frontal teachingGroup Individual www.netbooks.eun.org
  5. 5. Alternate on-line and off-line activities Frontal teaching on-line off-lineGroup on-line off-line  Individual on-line off-line www.netbooks.eun.org
  6. 6. Useless to aim for 100% usage rate! www.netbooks.eun.org
  7. 7. Netbooks, like ICT, is a means, a tool! Frontal teachingGroup Individual www.netbooks.eun.org
  8. 8. Examples ofdifferent types of activities with netbooks www.netbooks.eun.org
  9. 9. Teacher-led activity with netbooks Teacher-led activity, frontal-styleimage: a Turkish pre-pilot netbook class www.netbooks.eun.org
  10. 10. Indivdual work: on-line or off-lineimage: a German pre-pilot netbook class www.netbooks.eun.orgclass
  11. 11. Groupwork: on-line or off-line www.netbooks.eun.org
  12. 12. Groupwork with netbooks (individual netbooks)image: a German pre-pilot netbook class www.netbooks.eun.org
  13. 13. Pairwork with individual netbooksimage: a German pre-pilot netbook class www.netbooks.eun.org
  14. 14. Individual work off-line www.netbooks.eun.org 14
  15. 15. Individualised remidiation with netbooksimage: a German pre-pilot netbook class www.netbooks.eun.org
  16. 16. Teachers as collaborators www.netbooks.eun.org
  17. 17. Teachers collaborating on netbooks www.netbooks.eun.org
  18. 18. Different pedagogical modesFormal netbooks in school out of schoolContext individual collaborative individual collaborative on-line off-line on-line off-line on-line off-line on-line off-lineLearnersTeacher’stasksParents,etc. www.netbooks.eun.org
  19. 19. 1:1 pedagogical scenarios Barbara S..., European Schoolnetimage: a German pre-pilot netbook class www.netbooks.eun.org
  20. 20. 1:1 pedagogical scenarios• Help teachers “orchestrate” the learning situations with netbooks• The interplay : – between different activities (e.g. sequencing different activities) – between individual and social processes• Short sequences alternating activities• Suggestion rather than prescriptive• Not subject-specific or detailed lesson plans• Describe the organisationl conditions (material and tools, classroom setting, estimated time, evaluation)• Step-by-step www.netbooks.eun.org
  21. 21. Orchestration of learning activities www.netbooks.eun.org E.g see Ingo Kollar (2010), ОrchestratingLearni: EducationalPsychologyPerspective http://www.slideshare.net/jtelss10/summer-school-kollar-final
  22. 22. 1:1 pedagogical scenarios www.netbooks.eun.org/web/acer/resources www.netbooks.eun.org
  23. 23. Spring Day 1:1 netbook scenario Frontal teaching on-line off-lineGroup on-line off-line  Individual off-line www.netbooks.eun.org
  24. 24. www.netbooks.eun.org Questions? Riina.Vuorikari@.org Elina.Jokisalo@eun.orgimage: a Turkish pre-pilot netbook class www.netbooks.eun.org

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