Connected classrooms- Plymouth #onandup

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Examples from my workshop at the Plymouth University #onandup conference. These examples show uses of technology in primary classrooms such as class blogs and video, with links to examples you could use in your own teaching.

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  • She is 8. She knows this stuff inside out. Do you know what she’s talking about? Is she ahead of you?
  • Hole in the wall. Background. IT Skills, but also English - 3 months, better mouse and faster processor!
  • ... Biotechnology, 2 months, 12 year olds 30%
  • Skip straight to experts.
  • These children are using a piece of paper to interact with a 3D object superimposed onto their world inside the computer....
  • ...they are already going to places you have not been. You have to be their guide, a more experienced, but not necessarily more knowledgeable other, who can help them see and make the most of learning opportunities.
  • 8 year old emailed this to teacher. I don’t know how to do this, but the important thing is I can ask the question...
  • and help guide him to some opportunities...
  • Connected classrooms- Plymouth #onandup

    1. 1. Connected Classrooms <ul><li>Oliver Quinlan </li></ul><ul><li>www.oliverquinlan.com </li></ul><ul><li>www.twitter.com/oliverquinlan </li></ul><ul><li>[email_address] </li></ul>
    2. 2. Image: Wesley Fryer Why use technology in your classroom?
    3. 3. SAMR model by Prof. Ruben Puentadora
    4. 4. Lino-it www.linoit.com
    5. 5. How does this affect learning? What are the benefits? What are the possible challenges? Is it worth exploring?
    6. 6. Google Search skills
    7. 7. How does this affect learning? What are the benefits? What are the possible challenges? Is it worth exploring?
    8. 8. Blogging to co-ordinate learning Class blogs
    9. 9. Blogging to document learning
    10. 16. Heathfield Binyameen’s story Binyameen’s writing Blogging to transform writing Fern’s story
    11. 17. How does this affect learning? What are the benefits? What are the possible challenges? Is it worth exploring?
    12. 18. Video Independent Learning- The Great Crested Grebe Video to record and share learning Independent Learning- The appliance of computers Video to reflect and evaluate Video as stimulus Video How-Tos
    13. 19. How does this affect learning? What are the benefits? What are the possible challenges? Is it worth exploring?
    14. 20. Google Docs Collaborative assessment with Google Docs Google Docs Marking Highlighting mistakes Teacher feedback- Example document Live Marking Video Use of Chat Peer evaluation Peer evaluation 2
    15. 21. How does this affect learning? What are the benefits? What are the possible challenges? Is it worth exploring?
    16. 22. Class websites: communities and tools www.4oq.co.uk Children self organising online communities
    17. 23. How does this affect learning? What are the benefits? What are the possible challenges? Is it worth exploring?
    18. 24. Independent Lessons 4OQ’s independent lessons
    19. 25. How does this affect learning? What are the benefits? What are the possible challenges? Is it worth exploring?
    20. 26. Free choice technology 4OQ’s Day & Night
    21. 27. How does this affect learning? What are the benefits? What are the possible challenges? Is it worth exploring?
    22. 28. Video: NCSL, via http://neilhopkin.wordpress.com
    23. 29. How does that make you feel as a teacher? What are the implications of such skills?
    24. 30. Image: http://www.chrisunitt.co.uk/2009/01/the-hole-in-the-wall-project/
    25. 31. Hole in the wall project Sugata Mitra http://www.ted.com/talks/sugata_mitra_shows_how_kids_teach_themselves.html http://www.hole-in-the-wall.com/
    26. 32. How could technology influence how we think about learning?
    27. 33. “ Computers don't just do things for us, they do things to us, including to our ways of thinking about ourselves and other people.” Turkle, Life on the screen,1997, via ‘Learning with e’s’
    28. 34. What can I do..?
    29. 35. You are not the expert Image: foundphotoslj
    30. 36. You can only be their guide...
    31. 37. You can only be their guide... ... because they are already going to places you have not been.
    32. 39. Where next..?

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