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New teacher induction - SkillsTech Australia

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Emboldening new teachers with tools: Pedagogy, Classroom management, Learning and assessment cycle, and Inclusive learning

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New teacher induction - SkillsTech Australia

  1. 1. SkillsTech Australia Teacher Induction Program 15th March 2013 Instructional Intelligence Simon Brown9:00 – 10:15 10:15 – 10:45 10:45 – 12:25• Pedagogy • Morning tea • Learning and• Classroom assessment cycle Management • Inclusive learning
  2. 2. The Godgy Brothers • Pedagogy – the science and art of education • Andragogy – learning strategies focused on adults • Heutagogy – the study of self- determined learning
  3. 3. Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs (organiser) Self-actualisation Esteem Social Heutagogy Safety Physiological Andragogy Pedagogy
  4. 4. Sage on the Stage Vs. Guide on the Side
  5. 5. Pedagogy• “Leading the child”• Instructor – develops conceptual knowledge – manages the content of learning activities Cognitive learning theory (Piaget, Bruner, Vygotsky) – recognize, recall, analyze, reflect, apply, create, un derstand, and evaluate
  6. 6. Andragogy• “Leading the man” Humanist learning theory (Maslow, Rogers, Glasser) Malcolm Knowles’ Six Assumptions:• Need to Know – Adults need to know the reason for learning something• Foundation – Experience (including error) provides the basis for learning activities• Self-concept – Adults need to be responsible for their decisions on education; involvement in the planning and evaluation of their instruction• Readiness – Adults are most interested in learning subjects having immediate relevance to their work and/or personal lives• Orientation – Adult learning is problem-centred rather than content-oriented• Motivation – Adults respond better to internal versus external motivators
  7. 7. Double loop learning
  8. 8. Heutagogy• “Self-directed learning” Constructivist learning theory (Dewey, Montessori, Kolb) – learning how to learn – double loop learning – universal learning opportunities – a non-linear process – true learner self-direction
  9. 9. Click and drag components to match the learning approach analyze Concept attainment (strategy) apply create Pedagogy double-loop-learning reflect evaluate recall foundation learning-how-to-learn motivation Andragogy need-to-know non-linear-process readiness self-concept recognize Heutagogy orientation true-learner self-direction universal-learning-opportunities understand
  10. 10. Pedagogy Y-Chart (tactic) Looks like… Feels like… Sounds like… awesome
  11. 11. Andragogy Y-Chart (tactic) Looks like… Feels like… Sounds like…
  12. 12. Heutagogy Y-Chart (tactic) Looks like… Feels like… Sounds like…
  13. 13. Instructional Intelligence (Co-operative Learning) Tactics Concepts Skills Strategies Organisers
  14. 14. Think – Pair - Share (tactic) Question for reflection and discussion: In the context of students learning skills in your own trade area, is it better for them to Compete or to Co-operate?1. Think about this question for about thirty seconds2. Discuss your thoughts with your partner for about one minute3. If you are comfortable, share your partner’s views on this matter with the group for no longer than one minute
  15. 15. The Johnsons’ 5 Basic Elements of Effective Group Work (concept) Responsible Group identity Outside force for own learning Goal Role Resource Incentive Willing to Sequence support Environment others SimulationOpportunitiesfor reflection Small group seating Assessinggroup effort Social skills Communication skills Critical thinking skills
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  21. 21. Morning tea 10:15 – 10:45
  22. 22. Recording evidence Scenario You are a shopfitting teacher and one Enrolment selection form of your apprentice shopfitter students has completed Enrolment CPCCJN3005A Cut and install glass evidence Academic transcript during his first week of Group 6 training at Acacia Ridge campus. Training plan The student was late on the first day, left early (with his employers permission) on the second day, andParticipation satisfactorily completed the evidence Class roll assessment items on the third day. The student satisfactorily demonstrated underpinning knowledge and skills throughout this Assessment tool time. Assessment Task evidence Use the attached information and COS & Grade Report forms to record evidence of the students enrolment, participation and assessment in CPCCJN3005A Cut and install glass
  23. 23. Proving evidenceRecord evidence Prove evidence• Enrolment • Enrolment• Participation • Participation• Assessment • Assessment Swap enrolment/participation/assessment documents with another group. Use the attached AVETMISS Audit Checklist to check the compliance of each memberregarding the student’s enrolment, participation and assessment in CPCCJN3005A Cut and install glass
  24. 24. Inclusion Inclusive learning: A way forward http://training.qld.gov.au/training-organisations/support/inclusive-learning.htmlResources:• Booklet• Framework strategy• Wall poster
  25. 25. Graffiti (tactic) ideas What isideas Topic Inclusive ideas Learning? ideas
  26. 26. Place Mat (tactic) ideas How do we createideas an Inclusive Topic ideas Learning environment? ideas
  27. 27. Jigsaw (strategy) Five core Everyone skills learns underpin all differently Being learning inclusive is everyone’s responsibility Learnersbring existing knowledge and skills
  28. 28. Inclusive learning: A way forward Actions for Teachers/trainersStudy the resources and report how you andyour training delivery team will embed thesefour principles into day-to-day practice:1. Everyone learns differently2. Being inclusive is everyone’s responsibility3. Learners bring existing knowledge and skills4. Five core skills underpin all learning
  29. 29. Resources• Anti-Discrimination Act 1991• Code of Conduct for the Queensland Public Service• principles of equity and diversity as outlined in POL005 - Equity and Diversity• SkillsTech Australia Equity and Diversity policy• Department’s Equity and Diversity resources page at http://training.qld.gov.au/information/equity- diversity/index.html• Reasonable Adjustment in teaching, learning and assessment for learners with a disability - a guide for VET practitioners• Inclusive Technology factsheets• Training and Work: inclusive environments (2009)
  30. 30. Thank you for your participation today. Wishing you many years of happy teaching Simon Brown 0408 521 826PLEASE COMPLETE THE EVALUATION SURVEY

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