The portuguese SeguraNet challenges

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The portuguese SeguraNet challenges

  1. 1. Budapest May 30, 2012 Learning and AwarenessThe Portuguese Challenges INSAFE Resource Cluster meeting
  2. 2. SeguraNet Challenges• Strategic activities developed in the Seguranet project• Target to Schools
  3. 3. Challenges design principles– Reach the teachers in order to reach the students.– Teacher can give access to their students to the challenges (minimum effort)– Teacher may have access before the students to the challenge (classroom preparation)– Teacher makes the work he/she can
  4. 4. Objectives• Learning in Context (schools)• Learning by doing• Discussion and debate in the classroom by the mediation of the teacher• Promote the critical thinking in the students• Educate with the Web and to the Web
  5. 5. Example Rules Challanges• Learning in Context (schools)• Learning by doing• Discussion and debate in the classroom by the mediation of the teacher• Promote the critical thinking in the students• Educate with the Web and to the Web
  6. 6. Context – Group Targets• Public and Private Schools – Primary Schools [6-10 year old] – Lower & upper Secondary Schools [11- 18 year old]• Parents
  7. 7. Goals• To promote the critical sense in the students – Learn with the error – Not only awareness but learning using school resources
  8. 8. Challenges – primary schools• The themes for parents are organized according to the students themes• Promote school <-> home relations, reflection and interaction in families
  9. 9. Challenges – Secondary Schools– Each month the teams have an evaluation/assesment– Knowledge Building– Results based on performance indicators( answered correctly)
  10. 10. Parents - organization• Codes organized by school Parents association• Organized in Teams• By School/Head teacher (in case school parents association doesn’t exist)
  11. 11. Challenges- Registration
  12. 12. Primary Teacher makes the registration of the classroom Secondary Schools
  13. 13. Secondary Schools (upper, lower levels) School institutional Code Parents Teachers Code Code Parents Student Team Registration
  14. 14. One Classroom• Organized by classroom teams – Each group has its leader – captain – Each classroom group has a different punctuation depending on the answers
  15. 15. Challenges - Incentives• Prizes• Participation forms• Events/Resources publication in The SeguraNet Site
  16. 16. Support Services• Specific Platform – Authorizations and registration – Authoring Tool – challenges creation – Challenges Management• By School Year
  17. 17. Periodicity• During the 1st , 2nd, 3rd School period• In the Classroom during any discipline• One teacher and several teams
  18. 18. Organizing challenges Classroom p• Teacher register it’s team’s• Each team is constituted between 3 students to one classroom• Each classroom has a maximum of 5 teams
  19. 19. Example – Primary Schools• http://agrup-frazao-seguranet.blogspot.pt/
  20. 20. Primary School examplehttp://patatipatatan.wordpress.com/2012/05/23/seguranet/
  21. 21. Number of teacher, students, parents
  22. 22. Challenges Numbers• Primary School• 2009/2010 • Teachers 86 • Students - 1265 • Parents 275• 2010/2011 • Teachers - 247 • Students - 6427
  23. 23. Dates CriteriaThe challenges dates are choose according to several criteria• Not in the beginning of each school year• Not too much near the end of the formal assessment dates
  24. 24. Challenges Periodicity• For primary school – One by each school period – Total 3 by each school year• For Secondary School – One by two month? – Total of 7/8 by each school year• For parents – One by two months – Total of 3 By each school year
  25. 25. Challenge ActivitiesSecondary Schools• Respond to Digital learning resources (including parents teams)Primary Schools• Creation of Video• Creation of Illustrations and works under
  26. 26. Challenges design• Based on Digital Learning resources (DLR) quality criteria• Pattern design methodology for each DLR• Multimedia Learning (Mayer)• Challenging questions, with increasing difficulty• One or two e-Safety topics by each Challenge
  27. 27. Quality multimedia• Quality assets that have peer or professionally review.• Specific terms not found in Portuguese are made by the MoE Seguranet team and integrated in the glossary.• Creation of specific web page to support the answer to the questions, when necessary.
  28. 28. Challenge Results• How to find the Challenge SeguraNet winner – Using a set off criteria – Rules for each challenge – Percentage obtained in the Quiz – Creativity – Relevance for the theme
  29. 29. Statistics (secondary schools) 2010/2011• Number of students registered - 33509• Number of Teachers – 1857• Number of parents teams - 1051• Number of schools - 291
  30. 30. Parents participation Parent Teams 1200 1000 800Number parent Teams 600 Parent Teams 400 200 0 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11
  31. 31. Students participation Students 40000 35000 30000 25000Number students 20000 Students 15000 10000 5000 0 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11
  32. 32. School participation Number of Schools 350 300 250Number schools 200 Number Schools 150 100 50 0 2007/8 2008/9 2009/10 2010/11
  33. 33. Primary Schools• Three Challenges a Year Individual and Team Work is digitized Presented By Working and sent to Teacher (Teacher mediation) SeguraNet Platform
  34. 34. Secondary Schools• Between 7 and 8) Challenges a Year Team Working Questions are Presented By (Eventual Teacher answered trough Teacher mediation) SeguraNet Platform
  35. 35. Design Resource – Introduction and ativitie context
  36. 36. Design Resource – introduction toconcepts
  37. 37. Design Resource• Using positive• messages and comics• Feedback and providing official and reference sites
  38. 38. Thank Youfernando.campos@dge.mec.pt

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