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  1. 1. Effective e-Learning through inquiry | Workshop Karen Melhuish Spencer | @virtuallykaren | #corebreakfast 2013Wednesday, 27 February 139.15
  2. 2. Māku rā pea Māku rā pea Māku koe e awhi e Ki te ara, ara Tupu Māku koe e awhi e x 2 I will perhaps I will perhaps I will help you Upon the pathway, of progress I will indeed help youWednesday, 27 February 13Introductsion: http://www.flickr.com/photos/johnbullas/5042846972/sizes/z/Waiata: : http://www.korero.maori.nz/sound/waiata/maku-ra-pea.mp3 Māku rā peaMāku rā pea I will perhapsMāku rā pea I will perhapsMāku koe e awhi e I will help youKi te ara, ara Tupu Upon the pathway, of progressMāku koe e awhi e x 2 I will indeed help you
  3. 3. personalise: engagement & choice diversify apply knowledge: design thinking rethink roles continue to learn: inquire & trial connect to community WORKSHOP THEMESWednesday, 27 February 13Source: NZCER (Bolstad & Gilbert, 2012), Future-focused learning: http://www.educationcounts.govt.nz/__data/assets/pdf_file/0003/109317/994_Future-oriented-07062012.pdf
  4. 4. 9.15-10.10 e-Learning best practice & big picture 10.30-11.30 Mission: Design your trial 11.30-12.00 Mission 1: Refine your trialWednesday, 27 February 13
  5. 5. Wednesday, 27 February 139.25as we go think:.....Which themes are being foregrounded in this activity?Year 1 activity:Where is the maths in this room? Our world is literally shaped by maths. Create/capture anexample of shape in this room.[engagement, personal involvement, collaborative, choice..]
  6. 6. <Flickr email>Wednesday, 27 February 13
  7. 7. VISUALISEWednesday, 27 February 139.30Visualise data as a way to build collaboration > arrange by SIZE of inquiry1. Arrange yourself in the room by inquiry > personal, small group students, whole class,syndicate, whole school, cluster, country, continent OR by confidence2. Share your stories around the room....buddy up.....Source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/clarkzip/2396942666/sizes/z/
  8. 8. http://www.flickr.com/photos/90257728@N02/Wednesday, 27 February 139.50What themes are foregrounded?
  9. 9. Appropriate mix 1/ WHAT to learn learning areas authentic 3/ Appropriate higher-order ICT choice Content& enabling content & pedagogy Technology& Pedagogy& in 2/ HOW new ways to learn it collaborative, driven by students’ needs akō, co-constructedWednesday, 27 February 13IN the activity we have just done...How were these different aspects integrated?What if you had done it with a class? How would you have adapted each aspect of this activity to suit your learners?
  10. 10. New Zealand: the big picture...Wednesday, 27 February 1310.00
  11. 11. Ho me! www.elearning.tki.org.nzWednesday, 27 February 13
  12. 12. Enabling e-Learning Community http:// www.vln.school.nz http:// www.facebook.com/ Enabling.eLearning @enablelearning on TwitterWednesday, 27 February 13
  13. 13. e-Learning Planning FrameworkWednesday, 27 February 13What does success in e-learning look like?Community-wide level...Whole school level...Teacher level...Student level...
  14. 14. e m e rging “My students mainly draft writing and then we type it up neatly, or make posters for the wall. To be honest, the work is the same as it has always been - I’m not sure what the possibilities are.” Image: DavidDMuirWednesday, 27 February 13e.g. How can technologies be used to engage my X students in the development stages of writing? > focus on a specific groupe.g. How can I use technologies to support the way we engage with a writing topic, not just production stages?✓finding out✓planning✓investigating
  15. 15. e ngagin g “We have tablets in the classroom and we use them mainly for research and editing. Some students want to be more creative in the way they work. I feel we could be using technologies to support the learning process more strategically.” Image: Christy Tvarok GreenWednesday, 27 February 13✓increased focus on learning✓growing awareness and use✓e.g. How can I use technologies to support collaborative content creation for my students?✓How can I offer a choice for my students so that they are more engaged with the writing purpose.✓trialing✓establishing
  16. 16. e xte nding “ I have begun to use technologies to find new pathways that suit students’ passions and needs. This has meant designing tasks differently to how I have in the past.” Image: Mark Pinder for the GuardianWednesday, 27 February 13✓aligned & strategic✓integrated✓e.g. How can I use technologies to adapt the task so that all students have choice in the purpose, process and product?✓e.g. How can I engage students more effectively in peer assessment, using technologies?✓e.g. How can I bring the family community into the work we do in writing so they take an active role?✓ focus on learning✓authentic use✓shared roles✓whole community✓
  17. 17. emp o wer ing “We integrate technologies so that students’ inquiries are personalised and richly creative - and we make the most of community and global connections. Learning looks pretty different to a few years ago.” Image: chesbayprogramWednesday, 27 February 13✓sustained✓ubiquitous✓24/7✓e.g. How can I work with the students to co-construct rich tasks that offer creative pathways suited to their needs?✓How can I use technologies to capture the learning to support my review and inquiry process?✓higher-order✓community driven✓networked & blended
  18. 18. Wednesday, 27 February 13show during morning tea?http://vimeo.com/46066703http://www.designthinkingforeducators.com/
  19. 19. Our mission: Design the trial...Wednesday, 27 February 1310.30
  20. 20. “In deep expressions of practice, students learning activities and the curriculum/ knowledge content they engage with are shaped in ways that reflect the input and interests of students, as well as what teachers know to be important knowledge.” Bolstad, R., Gilbert J., McDowell, S., Bull, A., Boyd, S., Hipkins, R. (2012) Supporting future-oriented learning and teaching - a New Zealand perspective. New Zealand: Ministry of EducationWednesday, 27 February 139.55http://www.flickr.com/photos/gregpc/500657240/sizes/m/
  21. 21. e m e rging “My students mainly draft writing and then we type it up neatly, or make posters for the wall. To be honest, the work is the same as it has always been - I’m not sure what the possibilities are.” ✓ finding out What might our focus question be? ✓ planning ✓ investigating Image: DavidDMuirWednesday, 27 February 13e.g. How can technologies be used to engage my X students in the development stages of writing? > focus on a specific groupe.g. How can I use technologies to support the way we engage with a writing topic, not just production stages?
  22. 22. e ngagin g “We have tablets in the classroom and we use them mainly for research and editing. Some students want to be more creative in the way they work. I feel we could be using technologies to support the learning process more strategically.” ✓ trialing What might our focus question be? ✓establishing Image: Christy Tvarok GreenWednesday, 27 February 13✓increased focus on learning✓growing awareness and use✓e.g. How can I use technologies to support collaborative content creation for my students?✓How can I offer a choice for my students so that they are more engaged with the writing purpose.
  23. 23. e xte nding “ I have begun to use technologies to find new pathways that suit students’ passions and needs. This has meant designing tasks differently to how I have in the past.” ✓ focus on learning ✓authentic use What might our focus question be? ✓shared roles ✓whole community Image: Mark Pinder for the GuardianWednesday, 27 February 13✓aligned & strategic✓integrated✓e.g. How can I use technologies to adapt the task so that all students have choice in the purpose, process and product?✓e.g. How can I engage students more effectively in peer assessment, using technologies?✓e.g. How can I bring the family community into the work we do in writing so they take an active role?
  24. 24. emp o wer ing “We integrate technologies so that students’ learning is personalised and richly creative - and we make the most of community and global connections. Learning looks completely different to a few years ago.” ✓ higher-order ✓ community driven What might our focus question be? ✓ networked & blended Image: chesbayprogramWednesday, 27 February 13✓sustained✓ubiquitous✓24/7✓e.g. How can I work with the students to co-construct rich tasks that offer creative pathways suited to their needs?✓How can I use technologies to capture the learning to support my review and inquiry process?
  25. 25. Test. Trial. Question. Inquire. • What do your students need? What matters most to them, given what you know? • How can you combine literacy, pedagogy and technology in ONE small trial? Frame this as a deep question. • What will you need to know before you trial? • What will you look for? • What happened? What questions do you now have? • Next steps?Wednesday, 27 February 1312.00Image source: http://keycompetencies.tki.org.nz/In-leading/Discussion-tools/Teaching-as-inquiry
  26. 26. Next steps? What is needed now? Image: Some rights reserved by SFB579 :)Wednesday, 27 February 13
  27. 27. design thinking!Wednesday, 27 February 13
  28. 28. Wednesday, 27 February 1310.15 - 11.1511.15Feedback discussion.....Values to the fore > 60 (not 90) minute design of a learning experience, adapted fromhttp://dschool.stanford.edu/dgift/A fresh view on your inquiry using a creative, collaborative process.Image source: http://www.flickr.com/photos/guidosportaal/3753025760/sizes/m/
  29. 29. Your mission: Refine your trial...Wednesday, 27 February 1311.30
  30. 30. Wednesday, 27 February 1311.30http://www.edtalks.org/video/professional-learning-makes-difference-students#.USGKrlpp5dQWhat are her key messages?How might you apply her advice your own inquiry?
  31. 31. Purposeful 1. How can I teach writing better using digital technologies? 2. What’s happening in other schools with e-learning? 3. How can I use a collaborative writing tool to engage those identified students who need support at the drafting stage?Wednesday, 27 February 13Which question is most helpful and why?- identify the student outcomes- identify student need- identify what they need to do to help students achieve those outcomes-based on belief- connect your learning to students’ learning- focused on the evidence needed for captureHow:- work together, critically
  32. 32. Test. Trial. Question. Inquire. • What do your students need? What matters most to them, given what you know? • How can you combine literacy, pedagogy and technology in ONE small trial? Frame this as a deep question. • What will you need to know before you trial? • What will you look for? • What happened? What questions do you now have? • Next steps?Wednesday, 27 February 1312.00Image source: http://keycompetencies.tki.org.nz/In-leading/Discussion-tools/Teaching-as-inquiry
  33. 33. FocusWednesday, 27 February 13..and how has this session helped you sail on your journey today? What is your ‘boat’?Where are the sharks?

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