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Cobis ISCDigital Crowd Sourcing Developing Digital May 2019


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Cobis ISCDigital Crowd Sourcing Developing Digital May 2019

  1. 1. WHY CROWD SOURCE DEVELOPING DIGITAL? Ian Phillips @ianhabs Asst. head @HabsBoys Chair ISC Digital strategyThe Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School and ISCDigital
  2. 2. GOOGLE SKILLS •Attended Google Future Conference •Andreas Schleicher @OECD •Finnish - Head of Innovation
  3. 3. WHAT ARE WE TRYING TO ACHIEVE?  Vaughan’s slide future 2027
  4. 4. AI and Teaching & Learning Teacher Shortages Source: UNESCO Institute of Statistics, Fact Sheet No.39 October 2016 The world will need 3.3 million more primary teachers and 5.1 million more lower Secondary teachers by 2030
  5. 5. CV BLIND EY Transforms recruitment
  6. 6. BETT2019 EdTech Report Discomfort Index 60% 63% 42% 34% 46% 48% 74% 74% 63% 54% 63% 68% %ofrespondents 2017 2018 Educational technology is often not sufficiently easy to use for ordinary teachers. Using educational technology is risky in terms of classroom management if it goes wrong. Educational technology can make educators lazy. Educational technology is poor value for money. My institution is reluctant to invest in more educational technology. The iT infrastructure at my institution inhibits adoption of more educational technology. Ease of use and classroom management continue to be the biggest sources of discomfort around technology and this is growing
  7. 7. SHARING WORKLOAD WITH PUPILS Independent Learners Students working collaboratively More learning progress and less teacher workload
  8. 8. SWEET SPOT MCKINSEY Evidence informed What works with Bright Boys PBL works at Habs Works - History Works - English Empathy
  9. 9. WHAT ARE WE TRYING TO ACHIEVE FOR SS?   Digital literacy – DQ when and when not to use Tech  Intelligent consumers as well as creative producers  Learning to learn, Adaptability  Equity - Inclusivity and accessibility  Redesign curriculum for anytime anywhere with anyone learning - Evide based development of pedagogy  Partnerships for Real-world, authentic and engaging Projects  Higher order independent thinking and deeper learning
  10. 10. ISC Digital overview EdTech Partnerships Best Practice for Edtech, 1-2-1 Technical and pedagogy Other Organisations e.g. Intel, Microsoft, HP, ISBA, ISTE, HMC, ANM Schoolss Developing Digital &
  11. 11. Schools’ Guide to Developing Digital • Vision - Clear, evidence based Digital vision; all stakeholders at the heart of the Strategy to support learning • Training - Spend >20% IT budget on Training, Teachers on Pedagogy and all Staff on productive use of Tech • Identity - Plan for seamless and secure use of Devices and Cloud • Infrastructure - Resilient Infrastructure, ensuring efficacy of use by all with simple processes for procurement and maintaining standards • Safety - Safeguard children, data, systems and develop responsible children • Partnerships - External support to supplement in-house Technical Skills, create test beds for innovation to enhance learning and enable agility within steady predictable development
  12. 12. Digital Strategy: It’s Not Just About the Technology Flexibility Change-Readiness Security Threat from Outside Governance Stakeholders Rigour Evolution Cost Management Vision Guiding Principles AimsProcurement Adaptability Threat from Within The Technology Cybercrime Safeguarding Infrastructure IT Service Leadership Innovation Positive Online Profiles
  13. 13. What the School Wants Technology to meet the Needs of the School What the School Needs Digital Strategy What’s Available (The Technology) enables drives
  14. 14. The Basics
  15. 15. The Detail
  16. 16. “What’s in it for me?”
  17. 17. Cabling & Switching Servers & Storage Operating Systems Security Bandwidth User hardware User applications Wireless Internet & communications MIS BYOD Resources BudgetPolicy Control ServiceDeskStaffing Information Mobility Access Stable Foundations for Change Training
  18. 18. 2020
  19. 19. Digital Strategy & Transformational Change Digital Literacy Programme of Skills for STUDENTS Educational Technology Implementation Digital Awareness Programme for PARENTS Digital Strategy is a strategic plan that aims to provide a framework for the introduction of technology that supports teaching and learning in classrooms.
  20. 20. Five Thoughts 1 What is the Need? 2 Buy-in 3 Communicate 4 Be resilient 5 We are not alone
  21. 21. Digital Strategy & Transformational Change Digital Literacy Programme of Skills for STUDENTS Educational Technology Implementation Digital Awareness Programme for PARENTS Digital Strategy is a strategic plan that aims to provide a framework for the introduction of technology that supports teaching and learning in classrooms.
  22. 22. TRUST AND CHANGE OF MIND SET Digital Leadership is not about flashy tools or gadgets and neither is it always about staying on the latest trends or mandating instructions. Rather Digital Leadership is a shift in mind-set that leverages the use of technology to improve what we do in school, while anticipating the changes required to cultivate a culture focused on engagement and achievement. Digital Leadership requires developing and building trust between participants; whether this is related to teachers, students and/or parents. When teachers are ready to make the digital leap or when students are prepared to unleash their creativity, then digital leaders should be able to invest and trust in this new passion for teaching and learning.
  23. 23. DIGITAL PEDAGOGICAL ASHFORD SCHOOL TOOLKIT To facilitate Marking, Feedback and Assessment To facilitate Content Creation and Delivery To facilitate Flipped Learning and Video Socrative: Kahoot: Forms: Microsoft 0365 Forms SeeSaw: Showbie: Firefly: VLE O365 Suite: One Note/Class Notebook/Teams Explain Everything: Explain Nearpod: Showme: O365: PowerPoint Screen Capture YouTube: Ashford School
  24. 24. Digital Content Curation in the Curriculum What skills are your teachers trying to develop with the students? Digital Content Curation Digital Content assimilated and distributed via online forum, quiz or a video. existing curriculum content will require shaping to deliver thinking skills teachers are expecting their students to develop. Remembering information, then Quizlet or Memrise Critical Thinking a collaborative tool, in which students can work together and discuss online.
  25. 25. Continuous Professional Development Most teachers want two things from educational technology. First they want to gain the confidence and competence in using the technology so that they do not look like novices in front of their audience and at least have some understanding of its physical use. Second, they want the technology to fit in with their current pedagogical practices so that they can see it’s relevance. If the introduction of technology fits in with existing practices, it is more likely to be embraced whereas if it is time consuming, challenging and overrides all their pedagogical values, then it will most likely face strong opposition. The trick like anything is to connect with your audience and to understand what are their requirements before preparing your school wide CPD strategy. Digital CPD Programme
  26. 26. Stages of CPD STAGE 1: Survival Mode of Teacher Confidence with Technology STAGE 2: Impact Mode of Teacher Empowerment STAGE 3: Teacher Mastery Mode Modification Pedagogical Integration STAGE 4: Meaningful Innovation
  27. 27. Students working collaboratively online to complete a project task using software such as 0365 applications or BaiBoard. Teachers offering flipped learning videos to students to prepare take online assessment prior to the lesson. The creation of an interactive research project with audio, video, annotations, new technology (drones) that is shared with the wider community. Redefinition – Tech allows for the creation of new tasks, previously inconceivable Reduction of Workload Working Smarter Saving Time Better Outcomes Giving them the time to do what they do best TEACH
  28. 28. Digital Strategy & Transformational Change Digital Literacy Programme of Skills for Students Educational Technology Implementation Digital Awareness Programme for Parents Digital Strategy is a strategic plan that aims to provide a framework for the introduction of technology that supports teaching, learning and innovation in classrooms. Digital Research and Innovation for All
  30. 30. DEEPER LEARNING – KILLER CLIP? This Photo by Unknown Author is licensed under CC BY- NC
  34. 34. EMPATHY
  36. 36. VIRTUAL REALITY LINKS  “Our memory is a lot stronger when we have a deeper engagement and are more focused while learning. Retention rates are typically up from 15-20% to 75-80%”  Why get started  Top 10 Apps  Growth headset report  Virtually Collaborating - The Haberdashers' Aske's Boys' School  @VREducation  TES Article “Roll up your sleeves and start experimenting, it does NOT need to cost much money to get started and you certainly don’t need a degree in software development to start creating your own lesson material.”
  37. 37. Change How can we make IT work more like Electricity? – Chris Lehmann
  38. 38. GOOD PRACTICE  EdTech50 Schools project sponsored by Intel, JISC and the Chartered Collegen to understand good practice for clear vision, policies and robust and reliable infrastructure
  39. 39. THE FUTURE How can you get Involved? Ian Phillips @ianhabs Asst. head @HabsBoys Chair ISC Digital strategy
  40. 40. ISCDigital @ISC_Digital You are the 33% of Digital schools How can you help and get involved? 5 Tips for …… or 5 Obstacles …. Ian Phillips @ianhabs Asst. head @HabsBoys Chair ISC Digital strategy