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Learning Resources Managers forum 14/03/14 - LRC and e-Learning Primary Project Summer 2013

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Learning Resources Managers forum 14/03/14 - LRC and e-Learning Primary Project Summer 2013

  1. 1. A centre of excellence for 16-19 year olds LRC and eLearning Primary Project Summer 2013 210 children from 4 schools
  2. 2. A centre of excellence for 16-19 year olds For the project to be successful … • Engage primary school teachers • Relevant to the primary curriculum • Interactive activity to engage pupils • Resources required are available within ONE • Confident that a high quality engaging activity which could be delivered consistently. • “From Fireside to Kindle Fire and Beyond – an exploration of stories in a digital age”
  3. 3. A centre of excellence for 16-19 year olds Format of workshop • Designed to be delivered to one class of approx 30 students – Years 2/3 • Introduction covering College • Talked about stories • Carousel activity
  4. 4. A centre of excellence for 16-19 year olds Format of workshop
  5. 5. A centre of excellence for 16-19 year olds Format of workshop
  6. 6. A centre of excellence for 16-19 year olds Format of workshop
  7. 7. A centre of excellence for 16-19 year olds Format of workshop
  8. 8. A centre of excellence for 16-19 year olds A few tips ……. • Allow plenty time • Provide refreshments - biscuits and a healthy fruit option • Gauge your audience, liaise with staff and respond accordingly • Beware of safeguarding issues – removing name tags/eSafety and risk assessments • Speak in advance to visitors about photo opportunities • Staff intensive • Something to take away
  9. 9. A centre of excellence for 16-19 year olds Feedback • Storytelling – 90% • Story books – 82% • eBooks – 85% • iPad Apps – 93% • Visit to the College – 98% • “How much will I have to pay to come here when I’m older?” • “What do the big children’s classrooms look like?” • “They were fab” • “Exelent” • Positive feedback from wider community
  10. 10. A centre of excellence for 16-19 year olds Outcomes • Primary school staff awareness of digital stories raised • Positive feedback from visiting pupils and staff raising ONE’s profile • Links into primary school community and a platform on which to build • Enhanced our knowledge of eBook provision and devices– FL • It was fun

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