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  1. 1. The Manaiakalani Project Making 1:1 achievable for all the children in your regionhttp://www.manaiakalani.org/
  2. 2. TheManaiakalani Project NOW 7 schools Tamaki Primary, Tamaki Intermediate,Tamaki College, St Pius X, Pt England, Glenbrae, Panmure Bridge Age 5 years to 18 years 2,000+ students
  3. 3. TheManaiakalani Project 2013 11 schools All Schools in the Tamaki Area Age 5 years to 18 years 3,000 students
  4. 4. • personal voice • authentic audience • creators of content, not merely consumers • raising student achievement • lifting engagement & employabilityblending schooling improvement & elearning
  5. 5. accelerated acquisition of the3 R’s (Schooling Improvement) +eLearning (ICTPD) = improved outcomes
  6. 6. Manaiakalani Reading 2007Y1 Y2 Y3 Y4 Y5 Y6 Y7 Y8 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 5 5 5 national 5 5 5 5Average Kiwi Kid 5 mean 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 TAP Cluster Y7 & Y8 kids 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 K id 2 ngland 2 2 2 2 2 2 2Pt E 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1
  7. 7. accelerated acquisition of the3 R’s +eLearning =improved outcomes
  8. 8. What’s our education problem? What must our device deliver? What must our network enable?The drivers must be pedagogical
  9. 9. •cluster + MOE alone FAIL•we need FRIENDS•developers•providers•financiers•MOE & other agencies•a Trust•community partnerships
  10. 10. Manaiakalani Education Trust •Getting the Wireless built •Getting the Backhaul •Getting funding and support •Holding the Netbook Lease •Supplying Resources
  11. 11. OperatingTeacher Dasboard System Hackers Hapara Device Procurement finance EdTech Manaiakalani Manaiakalani Equico wireless Lead School research Fusion Networks Facilitator Learning Edge Co-ordinator
  12. 12. Manaiakalani TrustManaiakalani Trust Chair Admin
  13. 13. TheManaiakalani Project
  14. 14. TheManaiakalani Project
  15. 15. 4 Classes at Tamaki in 2011 650+ 1:1 students College 19 Year 5-8 Classes
  16. 16. Facebook helps you connect and share with the people in your life.Broadcast Yourself 2005 b e b o Where friends share their lives
  17. 17. “Schools should explore not only how ICT cansupplement traditional ways of teaching but also how it can open up new and different ways of learning” The New Zealand Curriculum 2007
  18. 18. http://goo.gl/ozvqv Carolyn Crayons
  19. 19. Year 1-4 http://www.manaiakalani.org/
  20. 20. 201020092008
  21. 21. 550+Blogs
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  24. 24. TheManaiakalani Project
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  26. 26. TheManaiakalani Project
  27. 27. Colleen Gleeson The Learning Edgewww.manaiakalani.org/research
  28. 28. 2007
  29. 29. 2008 - 2010
  30. 30. 2011 - onwards
  31. 31. Research Question 1:How does The Manaiakalani NetbookProject impact on the teaching andlearning of literacy in netbookclassrooms?Research Question 2:How does The Manaiakalani NetbookProject impact on student learning ofliteracy in netbook classrooms?
  32. 32. Methodology
  33. 33. Findings Improved Student Focus
  34. 34. Findings Improved StudentEngagement
  35. 35. Pedagogical ChangeFindings
  36. 36. Findings StudentAchievement
  37. 37. TheManaiakalani Project
  38. 38. A1&$%#)5./+3B"0*++<)John Dunbar, Edtech
  39. 39. !"#$!%&!()*+#,!School specialists -work with 1,400 schools!125+ years teaching experience!Helping shape ICT in schools
  40. 40. -./0!1*+%&%$2&!! Does the device meet core learning needs?! Netbook/Tablet! Screen Size! Affordability?! Options available for this price?
  41. 41. "#-)!-3$4)!5671,Easy but..! Support issues! Wireless problems! Provisioning issues! Swap pool
  42. 42. 8*&92:!;#-&*! Loan machines! Compatibility! Student Involvement
  43. 43. "#-)!%&!%<=$.)-2),!! Adequate battery life! Size/Weight
  44. 44. "#-)!%&!*/&*!%&!%<=$.)-2),!! 3 year warranty! Well built, good hinges.! Fast, easy, warranty support no freight costs
  45. 45. "#-)!*/&*!%&!%<=$.)-2),! ! Bulk Buy -best price and consistency ! Models change every 3 months
  46. 46. "#-)!*/&*!%&!%<=$.)-2),!! Warranty swap pool is desirable! Carry case - avoid drop damage and broken screens
  47. 47. "#-)!*/&*!%&!%<=$.)-2),! ! Backup !Google !School Network !DropBox etc !USB Stick
  48. 48. >*-&*!$.!;4.+#-&*! What can the parents afford?! Interest Rates! Insurance Programs
  49. 49. !1*/%?*.0 ! Use sea freight ! Fly in samples ! 8 weeks for factory build time and shipping
  50. 50. @&&*)!8.-+A%2: ! Supplier spreadsheet of serials numbers ! Barcode scanner to link netbooks to student details
  51. 51. !B*C)!D)*=&! Decide Learning Outcomes! Establish affordability! Decide on Applications! Spec/accessories! Setup warranty process
  52. 52. TheManaiakalani Project
  53. 53. TheManaiakalani Project
  54. 54. IT Investment in Schools How is the money best spent?
  55. 55. Who pays? OR ORSchool Parent MOE -5C+3D77
  56. 56. How it works EF15$+ G#90+9)19975"& !&1)0H7"/#7".I0:JK$%++7 K$%++7 K$%++7 K$%++7 K$%++7 A#&".0)?L1#&,5#.)
  57. 57. Cluster funding • Established trust • Strong balance sheet
  58. 58. TheManaiakalani Project
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  60. 60. 1:1 Network Requirements1) 1:1 Wifi Connectivity Inside Every Classroom (30+ Netbooks)2) Link Schools Together to Share Resources (3 initially)3) Allow Students to Connect from Home in the Community (pilot)
  61. 61. 1) 1:1 Wifi Connectivity In the ClassroomChallenges1. Traditional technology not suitable !<=<2)4 >"=<.$?< 9""+);):- 9""+)6):- C""@(5(2(C.&"@@.#D.D(@"*#$,#;(?"&%$,"#2. Buildings vary C""@(5(2(H%$%(!"##.&$,U,$:(N*$?.$(T"0(F&&.++(A",#$3. Wireless Interference4. School network and cabling !<=<2)65. School internet speed >"=<.$?< C""@(7(2(C.&"@@.#D.D(@"*#$,#;(?"&%$,"# @"%<A(6. Security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ser training / support FP 5(F90,?(53=3 HCE=3= =Q3 !"9:0,;<$()*+,"#(-.$/"01+(53=3 B!FGL -RF BSLL> =("T(=
  62. 62. 2) Linking Schools Challenges 1.Physical Installation 2.Internetwork Connectivity 3.Providers 4.Standardisation
  63. 63. 3) Connecting From Home Challenges 1.Partnerships and sponsorship 2.Physical Installation 3.Art of RF planning 4.Expectations
  64. 64. 1) 1:1 Wifi Connectivity in the ClassroomOutcomes / Lessons Learnt1.Simple / Performing Technology Costs2.As device count increased so must your investment in wireless3.It won’t all work 100% day one - perseverance4.When things go wrong the impact is larger – have the right support5.Everyone blames the wireless first (go POE)
  65. 65. 2) Linking SchoolsOutcomes / Lessons Learnt1.Sharing resources is easy if you link schools2.Standardise on providers to reduce complexity and cost3.Clustered schools need less internet connections4.Clustered schools can share support
  66. 66. 3) Connect From HomeOutcomes / Lessons Learnt1.Performance and simplicity will cost2.RF Planning is not an exact science3.Plan security carefully4.Management and Monitoring is important5.Don’t install on houses
  67. 67. TheManaiakalani Project
  68. 68. !"#"$"%"&"#$Education Trust Sustainability
  69. 69. ()*"$#"+$&$*,-$#-./"0*$01 • clear unambiguous leadership • independent admin vehicle (MET) • financial processes/resources from home, school, philanthropy & commerce • wide spread community support & capacity building • evidence based pedagogical drivers • effective technical support • MOE support & blessing • quality evaluative research
  70. 70. ManaiakalaniEducation Trust Scaleability
  71. 71. )0"&$#2-!"#"$"%"&"#$ • this cannot be done by a simple MOE/ School arrangement • we have to describe a new community, commercial, volunteer, philanthropic, govt partnership • community/school leaders must desire this • must be co-constructed with each community/school district
  72. 72. 3455(#$*,-34604#)*/(0*$4# • seeing is believing • must see strong evidence • parents need to be invited into an investment in their child’s education • replicable elements of the project are offered to other communities to contextualise.
  73. 73. The Manaiakalani Project Sustainable and Scaleablegiven:•quality leadership•effective partnerships•contextualised practice•maximised replication•customised financial modelling
  74. 74. “Be willing to be transformed:How dare we think we cantransform school or the lives ofkids if we will not be transformedourselves”.Chris LehmanCharter School, Science Leadership Academypracticaltheory.org

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