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IWB training

  1. 1. Copenhagen November 10Interactive WhiteBoard Best PracticePortuguese Teacher education strategy General Directorate for Innovation and Curricular Development - DGIDC Portugal Fernando Campos
  2. 2. Teachers Core Training Implementation LegislationStudies Design National Level IWB 2
  3. 3. Certification in ICT Skills FrameworkDigital skills (Level 1)ICT Pedagogical and professional skills (Level 2)ICT Advanced Skills (Level 3) 3
  4. 4. Digital Skills Pedagogical and Advanced Skills professional skillsInstrumentally uses Integrate ICT as a Pedagogical inovativeICTs as tools teaching resource, practices with ICTfunctional in their mobilizing them to mobilizingprofessional context. develop their experiences and teaching strategies reflections and learning a sense of sharing and with a view to collaboration with improving students educational learning community, in a . investigative perspective . Source : trad. competencias TIC vol I, Costa,F. et al 4
  5. 5.  Promoting the spread of digital skills and teaching skills with the use of ICT (…) Provide an outline for teachers articulated ICT training and consistent, modular, sequential, disciplinary oriented, easily integrated in the course training for every teacher and based on a benchmark ICT skills, innovative, inspired by the best international practices; … source: portaria 731/2009, July 7 5
  6. 6.  Level 1 - Digital skills ◦ 3 optional Courses Level 2 - ICT Pedagogical and professional skills ◦ 2 mandatory courses ◦ 8 optional coursesDuration 15 Hour each Course 6
  7. 7.  ICT & IWB Courses according to teacher’s subject area ◦ Mathematics ◦ Science and Technology ◦ Visual Arts and Technology ◦ Physical Education ◦ Foreign Languages ◦ Mother Tongue ◦ Special needs ◦ Primary School & Kindergarten 7
  8. 8.  Ministry of Education – Central and Regional Services ◦ Local Teacher Training Centers ( 91) 8
  9. 9.  Based on 30% Rule ◦ (2010) First year about 30% teachers trained ◦ Second year 60% teachers trained ◦ Third year reached 90 % of the teachers 9
  10. 10.  Not dependent on the IWB brand Based on pedagogical use of IWB Resources Based on Interactivity and teacher mediation 10
  11. 11.  Level 2 ICT skills Ensuring a secure use of IWB Basic IWB Tools 11
  12. 12.  Diferent ways of using IWBs ◦ As a authoring tool for digital learning resource  Creating new resources by teachers .  As a day by day using basic tools on classroom. ◦ As a desktop tool  Reusing teachers personal collections with IWB tools support 12
  13. 13.  Using Web 2.0 content integrated with IWB Introduction to quality of Resource for IWB Use of Repositories as a content source for integration with the IWB (Portal das Escolas, LRE,..) How to organize students in the classroom 13
  14. 14.  Ethic use of resources, search and reuse using Creative Commons Licence. Prepare resources to be shared for the future through Creative Commons Licence 14
  15. 15.  ERTE/PTE – National level Competence Centers – Regional Levels School ICT Coordination Teams – Local Level 15
  16. 16.  35,350 teacher with IWB training (end December) Increase the use of available IWB in schools Increase in the use of Digital Learning Resources Increase in Teachers creating and using DLR adapted for IWB Expected changes in teacher pratices Expected better student learning 16
  17. 17. fernando.campos@dgidc.min-edu.pt Thank you 17

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