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Implementation of Synchronous and Asynchronous Remote Teaching in Computer Science Lessons

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Implementation of Synchronous and Asynchronous Remote Teaching in Computer Science Lessons

  1. 1. Implementation of Synchronous and Asynchronous Remote Teaching in Computer Science Lessons Dr. Katerina Glezou Computer Science Teacher EU Code Week Leading Teacher, Greece
  2. 2.  suspension of schools’ operation  urgent need to redirect teaching from physical school classroom to Internet 23-04-20 2 Pandemic of COVID-19 Teachers should adapt to the new reality  acquire new technical and functional digital skills  look for quick solutions under particularly stressful conditions  experiment, develop and use appropriate educational material.
  3. 3. 3 Looking to the past… 2008 http://users.sch.gr/glezou2003 https://blogs.sch.gr/glezou http://logogreekworld.ning.com
  4. 4. Personal Website «Play, Investigate and Learn» http://users.sch.gr/glezou 2003 4
  5. 5. Personal Blog «Play, Investigate and Learn» https://blogs.sch.gr/glezou 2008 5
  6. 6. Educational Social Network "Logo in Education: A Community practice & learning “ http://logogreekworld.ning.com 2009 6
  7. 7. 7 Arsakeia Schools Psychikou Α΄ Arsakeio Lyceum Psychikou Α΄ Arsakeio High School Psychikou Athens, Greece My School https://www.arsakeio.gr/
  8. 8.  adaptable eLearning experience  easy-to-use and flexible environment to fit students’ needs  accessible at every moment to both teachers & students  provides supportive material for the reinforcement of teaching process of each subject  facilitates studying with digital material which helps the students enrich their knowledge e-arsakeio Digital Platform www.e-arsakeio.gr An integrated Learning Management System 8
  9. 9. 9 e-arsakeio Digital Platform www.e-arsakeio.gr
  10. 10. 10 e-arsakeio Digital Platform www.e-arsakeio.gr
  11. 11. 23-04-20 11 Emergency Remote Teaching A combination of synchronous and asynchronous tools  Webex as a synchronous video teleconferencing system  Electronic School Class (e-class) of the Panhellenic School Network (GSN) as an asynchronous platform https://www.webex.com/ https://eclass.sch.gr/
  12. 12. The teacher supports and guides the students, creating online situations of exploratory and collaborative learning. The students  communicate  collaborate  interact  experiment with interactive learning objects and other online tools-environments  investigate the concepts under negotiation  submit their work. 23-04-20 12 Remote Teaching
  13. 13. 23/04/2020 13 Digital lessons in the electronic School Classroom (e-class) For the 2nd Grade of Lyceum  https://eclass.sch.gr/courses/0580202101/ Course: "Repetitive course - Introduction to the Principles of Computer Science - 2nd Grade GEL“  https://eclass.sch.gr/courses/G2007104/ Course: "Repetition Structure - Introduction to the Principles of Computer Science - 2nd Grade GEL" For the 3rd grade of High School  https://eclass.sch.gr/courses/G2007105/ Course: "Let's create digital games in Scratch !!!"
  14. 14. 23/04/2020 14 Digital lessons in the electronic School Classroom (e-class) These courses • are open, so they do not require registration in order for students to have free and easy access without the need for an account. • serve to gather, post and use educational material (eg activities, presentations, interactive learning objects, hyperlinks) for the smooth running of remote teaching. • enable immediate access to the material and avoiding tracking, avoiding unnecessary delays ( file upload).
  15. 15. 23/04/2020 15 Digital lessons in the electronic School Classroom (e-class) In the "Internet Connections" section of the course, interesting links have been included of online tools-environments as well as interactive learning objects, in order to have effective active involvement-interaction.
  16. 16. 23-04-20 16 Course 1 https://eclass.sch.gr/courses/0580202101/
  17. 17. 23-04-20 17 Links https://eclass.sch.gr/modules/link/?course=0580202101
  18. 18. 23-04-20 18 LOR / Arithmetical operations http://photodentro.edu.gr/v/item/ds/8521/10870
  19. 19. 23-04-20 19 Exercises / Tests https://eclass.sch.gr/modules/exercise/exercise_submit.php?cour se=0580202101&exerciseId=135378
  20. 20. 23-04-20 20 Padlet https://padlet.com/glezou1/domes
  21. 21. 23-04-20 21 Course 2 https://eclass.sch.gr/courses/G2007104/
  22. 22. 23-04-20 22 LOR / Iteration - Loops http://photodentro.edu.gr/v/item/ds/8521/10533 a = 0 for i from 1 to 3 // loop three times { a = a + i // add the current value of i to a } print a // the number 6 is printed (0 + 1; 1 + 2; 3 + 3)
  23. 23. 23-04-20 23 Online Programming Environment https://www.pseudoglossa.gr/
  24. 24. 23-04-20 24 Online Programming Environment https://www.pseudoglossa.gr/
  25. 25. 23-04-20 25 Course 3 https://eclass.sch.gr/courses/G2007105/
  26. 26. 23-04-20 26 Scratch https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/377745395/
  27. 27. 23-04-20 27 Scratch https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/377745395/
  28. 28. 23-04-20 28 Scratch https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/377745395/ This is a simulation of the spread of an epidemic. Use the slider to control what percentage of the population stays at home. The graph shows how the number of sick people changes over time. Color Code: Healthy/Blue, Sick/Red, Recovered/Green
  29. 29. 23-04-20 29 Scratch https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/25975241/
  30. 30. 23-04-20 30 Scratch https://scratch.mit.edu/search/studios?q=kglezou
  31. 31. 23-04-20 31 Scratch https://scratch.mit.edu/users/kglezou/
  32. 32. The transfer of teaching from the physical school classroom to the Internet requires 23-04-20 32  constant (self) training,  needs analysis,  search of suitable means and methodologies,  decision making,  careful planning of educational material  reflection  revision / redefinition of solutions. Remote Teaching
  33. 33. Further Reading 33 CRLT (2020). Getting Started with Teaching Remotely in an Emergency, by CRLT and the Center for Academic Innovation 12 March 2020 Retrieved from http://crlt.umich.edu/getting-started- teaching-remotely-emergency Davison College (2020). Emergency Remote Teaching Resources, Hold Your Classes During Emergency Closures, Davidson College Library. Retrieved from https://davidson.libguides.com/remote-teaching Resnick, M. (2010). Rethinking Learning in the Digital Age. Retrieved from http://www.media.mit.edu/~mres/papers/wef.pdf. UNESCO (2020) Handbook on Facilitating Flexible Learning During Educational Disruption, UNESCO Institute for Information Technologies in Education, 24 March 2020. Retrieved from https://iite.unesco.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Handbook-on- Facilitating-Flexible-Learning-in-COVID-19-Outbreak- SLIBNU_V2.0_20200324.pdf
  34. 34. Code, Program, Create, Collaborate, Play & Learn! Have fun! 34 Thank you for your attention!
  35. 35. E-mail: glezou@gmail.com Facebook: Katerina Glezou https://www.facebook.com/katerina.glezou Website: http://users.sch.gr/glezou/ Blog: http://blogs.sch.gr/glezou/ Social Network: http://logogreekworld.ning.com/ https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Glezou_Katerina https://www.linkedin.com/in/katerinaglezou/ https://twitter.com/glezou https://vimeo.com/glezou https://scratch.mit.edu/users/kglezou/ To contact me: 35

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