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I masterclasses series 3 episode 1v3


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Personalisation starts with the learner. Teachers can easily support students to select appropriate eLearning tools to strengthen and demonstrate their learning within a VELS/AusVELS framework? Why would/should we personalise learning? What are the benefits for Teaching and Learning?

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I masterclasses series 3 episode 1v3

  1. 1. title Episode 1 Series 3Personalised Learning– Harnessing eLearning Potential Part 1
  2. 2. Welcome to iMasterclass - Episode 1, series 3 Hume Region presents:Personalised Learning – Harnessing eLearning Potential Part 1 Brendan O’Brien, Gail Stanley and Libby Delbridge
  3. 3. Purpose of these SessionsThese online professional learning sessions will: Build a community of teacher/learners beyond your school Provide a framework for effective PLTs Develop an effective process to evaluate online resourcesto support Curriculum Planning Provide confidence and skills in using Ultranet
  4. 4. The Learning Intention for today is......To understand what Personalised Learning is and how itcan support student learning The Success Criteria will include........1. I will know what the benefits of personalised learning are for teaching and learning2. I will know how I can deliver personalised learning for my students in my curriculum planning3. I will gain an understanding of the VELS/ AusVELS framework changes which will effect curriculum planning.4. I will know that there are eLearning tools available for students that support personalised learning
  5. 5. Where arewe from?
  6. 6. Does your PLT already have strategies in place for personalised learning?Are the curriculum activities you are planning for your students a blend of inquirybased (assessment AS learning), explicit instruction (assessment FOR Learning)and/or support for individual learning needs (assessment OF learning)?
  7. 7. What is Personalised Learning?
  8. 8. Personalised learning is NOT differentiating instructionPersonalising learning means…• students know how they learn so they are prepared for today and their future as global citizens.• students are co-learners and co-designers of the curriculum and the learning environment.• students own and drive their learning.
  9. 9. DEECD VELS / AusVELs space1. Go to Design Space2. Click on Available Design Spaces tab3. Refine Search if you want – Title ‘ DEECD AusVELS Digital Resources’, Space ID number ‘141092258’ or Key word ‘AusVELs’4. Go to the Actions button5. Click JOIN6. After you have joined click on the title to open the space - immediate access as a member
  10. 10. DEECD VELS / AusVELs space
  11. 11. AusVELS
  12. 12. Victorian timelines – all domains • English2013 • Science • Humanities - History • Mathematics • Humanities - Geography2014 • The Arts • Languages? • Health and PE?2015 • Technologies, including ICT? • Business and economics? • Civics and citizenship?
  13. 13. AusVELSNominal school level VELS Level AusVELS Level Prep/Foundation 1 Foundation 1 2 1 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 5 4 5 6 6 7 5 7 8 8 9 6 9 10 10
  14. 14. How does curriculum planning support personalised learning?This curriculum planner includes key planning prompts
  15. 15. Learning quests- Resources for personalised learning in curriculum planning
  16. 16. Contemporary Learning - Resources for personalised learning in curriculum planningContemporary Learning Models are also available in FUSE, the Ultranet andePotential and can be used to support teachers at all levels.To view a Model, DOWNLOAD the zipped file, unzip it and open the index file.
  17. 17. Intel - Resources for personalised learning in curriculum planning Intel® Teach Elements Project-Based Approaches Design Space 65186305A range of free online tools and resources are also available for educators that support collaborative student- centred learning:K–12 teaching tools (Thinking Tools and Productivity Tools)K–12 teaching resourcesK-12 unit plans
  18. 18. Opportunities to personalise learning in Learning Tasks?• The Learning Tasks Planning Guide for Teachers includes an Opportunity to Personalise Learning column• Key components of Personalising Learning in Learning tasks include • Using the journal for setting learning goals, monitoring progress and reflection over time • Teachers can link activities to VELS for assessment making the VELS / AusVELS visible to students • Using the discussion task to build a network of learners
  19. 19. Web 2.0 eLearning tools available to support personalised learning?DEECD Using Web 2.0 for Teaching and LearningJoin the Design Space 11209182
  20. 20. eLearning tools students can use to personalise their learning?In the next 2 sessions we will learn about AusVELS English,Mathematics, Science and History and student eLearning toolsincluding EdustarGo to classroom ideas and tutorials Why not create your own classroom website (space)? • A place to build up a class students eLearning toolbox • Upload a variety of digital resources on your unit of study for student choice • Learn how by visiting the Ultranet support site • Or use a pre made template STAY TUNED we will be sharing the start of a students eLearning toolbox space in upcoming episodes
  21. 21. How are learners engaged in the learning process?Rubrics-students co createSuccess criteriaOpen ended tasksEssential QsRich tasksChoiceThinking toolsChallenge, support, scaffold,eLearning What else can we add……
  22. 22. How are learners engaged in the contemporary world?Relevant to their interests, real worldOpen ended tasksEssential QsRich tasksChoiceThinking toolsChallenge, support, scaffold, What else can we add……
  23. 23. Let’s view the next 5 slides on how PLTs can worktogether effectively to personalise learning incurriculum planning and identify key eLearning toolsstudents can use.via Comic Life discussions…………..
  24. 24. At the I have found some curriculum planners that PLT include eLearning that I think will help usmeeting personalise learning for our students and support their skills and use of key eLearning tools O.K lets have a look at them and choose which one is best for our curriculum planning. We want one that really helps us find activities that match our student’s abilities
  25. 25. Pooling our resources and strategies so we can plan a personalised curriculum The activities Lets co create a rubric with our we plan instudents so they And include essential And give students choices in the unit can own the questions that are relevant how they present their provide learning and and linked to the real world understandings, the eLearning choices too know the to make the learning tools we guide them to will egs. online learning purposeful really personalise the learning discussion intention and for their learning style threads and success criteria thinking tools
  26. 26. The key elements of effective curriculum planning- student data > plan > teach > assess We can plan our inquiry unit from scratch using the planners or share the task of researching whether a unit already exists. Let’s divide the Some units that already recommended resources so we each exist and include have one to research and find the Personalised Learning are best activities for our students the Learning Quests space, the Contemporary Learning units in FUSE, the This planner includes…What Intel units and umm any works now and What are more? the best tools to support my learning intentionWe’ll check our student data-sowe know what our studentsalready know and VELs/ AusVELs and the developmentalpathways to see what theyneed to know next…
  27. 27. We can spend some time O.K. Lets have a now looking at the DEECD quick look at the Learning Quests and Intel units and Contemporary Learning units in FUSE the DEECD AusVELS SpaceHere comes our Principal, lets ask him to join inour next PLT to see what we all found out fromour investigation of the units and share our plansfor Personalised Learning and eLearning toolsfor our students
  28. 28. Open microphone/Questions and Share-time……..Put your hand up to grab the microphone or type in the space below…… What have you learned? What else do you need to know? How can this translate into your classroom? Your school? How will you go about this? Who are the key teachers, teams etc? What is your next step or plan?
  29. 29. How to join iMasterclasses Design space...1. Join the Hume Region iMasterclass Design Space2. Go to Design Spaces3. Click Available Spaces tab4. Search by Space ID number (139211104)5. The space is Open access so click the Actions box and Join6. After you have joined click on the title to open the space
  30. 30. This week’s Away Task……………..Investigate one of the resources we have shared today, whether it would be for curriculum planning or as an eLearning tool for your students?
  31. 31. iMasterclass Series 3 A series of sessions showing how PLTs can work together effectively to: • Personalise learning harnessing eLearning resources in curriculum planning • Identifying key eLearning tools and how they can be used in the classroom to support teaching and learning and VELs/AusVELs •What key eLearning tools canPersonalised Learning – Harnessing eLearning with eLearning – Creating a Teacher Toolbox Personalised Learning – Enhancing Planning teachers include in their •What are the benefits if we •Why would/should we curriculum planning? harness the potential of The Way Ahead – Seamless eLearning personalise learning? potential – Creating a Student Toolbox eLearning across the Whole •What are the benefits to •How can teachers select School? Teaching & Learning? appropriate eLearning tools to Whole School Approach •What key eLearning tools are strengthen and support student •How can a Whole School available for students? learning? Approach to incorporate eLearning be seamlessly •Where are they located and •What key eLearning tools are achieved in every classroom? how can they be utilized to available for teachers? achieve VELs/AusVELs learning •What are the key elements to outcomes in English, •Where are they located and successfully harness the Mathematics, Science and how can they be utilized to potential of eLearning across History? achieve VELs/AusVELs learning the Whole School? •How can students incorporate outcomes in English, these key eLearning tools into Mathematics, Science and our everyday classroom? History? •How can teachers incorporate these key eLearning tools into the curriculum and classroom?Using the Ultranet as the 24/7 vehicle to support curriculum planning anddeliver teaching and learning.
  32. 32. Thank You!• Libby• Brendan O’Brien• Gail