Component 3
Activity 3.2:
Quality through improving
trainers’ performance
Expert Mission Feb 8 – 14, 2014

Timo Rainio,
Ta...
Documents & Material
Learning material
Mission Presentation material
Mission Hand-on Training Instructions
Addie Templa...
Program
Day

Program

Workshop results

Day 1

- Program of the week, summary of the first mission
- Short overview of the...
1. Day (Sunday)
Sunday Feb 9
9:00 - 10:00
Sunday Feb 9
09:00 - 12:00
at STI

Preparation of workshops and the venue

Mr Fa...
Drive like an Egyptian
http://steve-wheeler.blogspot.fi/2013/12/drive-like-egyptian.html

Source: http://
www.voanews.com/...
21st century learning

Learning

Learning Environment
Learning Material

Learning & Curriculum Planning
School–Industry
- ...
Professional Learning Process
Knowing
theory

School

To know
To understand

Motivation

Reflection

To Will
Feeling of kn...
ADDIE
http://www.learndash.com/addie-model-explained-infographic
Alternatives:
http://gramconsulting.com/2009/09/addie-is-...
Workshop 1: MODELS AND TEMPLATES
FOR DEVELOPMENT
1. Demo presentation: how to use MS Word, GoogleDocs and Trello
for makin...
2. Day (Monday)
Monday Feb 10
9:00 - 10:00
Monday Feb 10
09:00 - 12:00
at STI

Monday Feb 10
12:00 – 15:00
at STI

Monday ...
What is eLearning
http://www.learndash.com/elearning-explained-infographic/

E-learning is an approach to administering ed...
What is eLearning
http://www.learndash.com/elearning-explained-infographic/
What is eLearning
http://www.learndash.com/elearning-explained-infographic/
E-Learning, 7 Awesome Advantages of
Elearning (Educator point of view)
(http://www.learndash.com/7-awesome-advantages-of-e...
E-Learning, 6 Reasons to be Grateful for
Elearning (Student point of view)
(http://www.learndash.com/6-reasons-to-be-grate...
hands-on learning model

http://harto.wordpress.com/2013/10/02/kaytannon-oppimismalli-ymmartavaan-ja-yhtei

Alone and
as a...
Places for learning –
Individual vs. Community
http://www.slideshare.net/hponka/verkkoopetusta-ja-sosiaalista-mediaa#btnNe...
Mobile Learning
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M-learning

Source: http://elearning-indya.blogspot.fi/2012/12/mobile-learnin...
Creative commons / Open Content
http://creativecommons.org/

http://search.creativecommons.org/
http://openeducationeuropa...
Hands-on Training
1. Social media Accounts (like Google)
2. Testing basic eLearning tools
 LMS examples (Moodle)
 Blog (...
Pintakilta & Kiltakoulut
http://www.pintakilta.fi/, http://www.kiltakoulut.fi/
FMS Training Center – life size FMsystem
FM-system
•Fundamentals
•Basic use
•Advanced use
•Design of FMS
•Maintenance

Deb...
FMS Training Center –wiki
http://www.fms-ajokortti.fi

FMS TC used also for Maintenance training !
Guidance of the
on-the-job
learner
Salpaus Further education, Unto Tervo
World Skills

http://www.worldskills.org/
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPYLVj_wGtY&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PLae
 ...
Workshop 2: PLACES OF LEARNING
- LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
1. Group discussions how to use different “places of learning” and m...
Workshop 2: PLACES OF LEARNING
- LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
1. Go to your learning development showcase group (from the last
mis...
Educata
http://edukata.fi/
http://itec.aalto.fi/
Edukata1.4.pdf
3. Day (Tuesday)
Tuesday Feb 11
9:00 - 10:00
Tuesday Feb 11
09:00 - 12:00
at STI

Preparation of workshops and the venue

...
Think about the learning process

http://www.bottomlineperformance.com/simple-template-planning-training-program-fr
Roles in eLearning project
http://www.elearningacademy.com.au/blog/2012/07/storyboarding-elearning/
collaborative knowledge creation
together with teachers and students
(http://
www.slideshare.net/hponka/verkkoopetusta-ja-...
Don’t forget Visuality
http://infosthetics.com/archives/2010/11/what_is_data_visualization.html
How to use video in learning
http://connectthinking.com.au/video-for-on-demand-learning-workshop/
Video Production (complex)
http://goviralvideoproductions.com/Solutions.htm
Video Production (easy)
http://wrightcreativity.com/2010/10/video-blogging-how-to-make-sense-of-the-complexity-in-content-...
Case example of toolkit ”How to make Video”
Storyboard

http://ictforag.org/video/introduction.html#.UuORRbQ8KaE

http://i...
Hands-on Training
1.

Learning material production

Picture from digi camera / mobile phone to PC / Web (Picasa)

Video ...
Hands-on Training – Picture as a part of the
blog post
1. Take picture using Video Camera or iPod and
insert it as a part ...
Hands-on Training – Video editing in
youtube
1. Make a storyboad for your video (3 * max 4 second video
clip)
2. Take Vide...
Demonstration of Simulation Tools Used in education
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbCDrM2BGZY
Sandbox
http://salpro.salpaus.fi/sandbox2/en.php

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTNL0PxX1ZE (1 minute)
http://www.youtube...
Metviro – virtual and intelligent learning
environment for forestry machine mechanic
http://matriisi.ee.tut.fi/metviro/ind...
Learning by playing
Salpaus Further education, Unto Tervo
Virtual welding

Sensors in motor of the car
Virtual firefightin...
An ELearning
Wishlist
http://www.learndash.com/anelearning-wishlist-infographic/
Workshop 3: TOOLS FOR ELEARNING
1. Hands-on Training from yesterday continues
2. Group discussions how to use different Le...
4. Day (Wednesday)
Wednesday Feb 12
9:00 - 10:00
Wednesday Feb 12
09:00 - 12:00
at STI

Preparation of workshops and the v...
Demos – Google Search
 www.google.com (https://www.google.com.eg/)
 maps
 Pictures
 Videos
 Books
 Search tools
 co...
Other demos
 Picasa (picasaweb.google.com)
 Screencast (http://www.screencast-o-matic.com/)
Hands–On training:
 Go to Goole (www.google.com) and search information about
yourself, your school, your city, your tech...
Showcases
 First mission
 CNC Technology centre
 Computer Maintenance
 Automotive and Car Maintenance
 Automation and...
Workshop 4: Case by case short
demonstrations and plans for future work
1. Making plans for the future work (ADDIE –model,...
Workshop : Modelling your showcase
1.

Go to your learning development showcase group (from the last mission)
or decide ne...
Homework, between mission 2 and 3
 Go to your Trello account and check status of
the board of your showcase
 Complete th...
Timo Rainio
Hermia Group
timo.rainio@hermiagroup.fi
+358 500 7366 05
http://www.hermiagroup.fi
http://www.slideshare.net/t...
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  1. 1. Component 3 Activity 3.2: Quality through improving trainers’ performance Expert Mission Feb 8 – 14, 2014 Timo Rainio, Tampere, Finland Hermia Group
  2. 2. Documents & Material Learning material Mission Presentation material Mission Hand-on Training Instructions Addie Template (Addie v1 template simple.docx) Edukata learning activity template (Edukata_learning activity template.docx) How to make Video toolkit:  Component 2 / Worksheet: Implementation Plan Framework (Implementation Plan Framework.rtf)  Component 3 / Worksheet: Video Storyboard Template(Component3Video Storyboard Template.rtf) Web links to material: SeOppi – eLearning in Finland 03/2013 - http:// www.eoppimiskeskus.fi/images/stories/SeOppi/lehdet/SeOppi-lehti_313_low2.pdf (SeOppi-lehti_313_low2.pdf Addie Template in Trello: https://trello.com/b/2hKNWiUl/addietemp Edukata workbook: http://edukata.fi/ How to make Video toolkit: http://ictforag.org/video/introduction.html#. UuORRbQ8KaE (templates and resources: http://ictforag.org/video/resources.html#.UuUjArQ8KaE)  Component 2 / Worksheet: Implementation Plan Framework  Component 3 / Worksheet: Video Storyboard Template
  3. 3. Program Day Program Workshop results Day 1 - Program of the week, summary of the first mission - Short overview of the Participants Project work / Showcases - Tools and methods for developing 21st century learning show cases MODELS AND TEMPLATES FOR DEVELOPMENT - overview of the Participants Project work / Showcases - Modeling project work and showcases using 21st century e-learning and development models and templates Day 2 Places for learning (material) and information ? - theory - Tools and methods - case examples TOOLS FOR STORAGE LEARNING MATERIAL AND INFORMATION - Experience how to use e-elearning tools and plans of using those as a part of participants showcases - Cooperation between team members and different teams during the development project - Elements of learning and plans of using those as a part of participants showcases Day 3 How to make learning Material - theory - Tools and methods - case examples - Elements of learning and plans of using those as a part of participants showcases Day 4 Next step of the participants own 21st century learning showcase development projects based on the knowledge and examples of this mission Short tour to Ameraeiya Experimental Center TOOLS FOR MAKING LEARNING MATERIAL - Experience how to use e-elearning tools and plans of using those as a part of participants showcases - Cooperation between team members and different teams during the development project Case by case short demonstrations and plans for future work - Tools and methods for development work => Project plan for the next step - Elements team will use as part of their showcases - Computer and web based learning tools of the showcases
  4. 4. 1. Day (Sunday) Sunday Feb 9 9:00 - 10:00 Sunday Feb 9 09:00 - 12:00 at STI Preparation of workshops and the venue Mr Fady Salah (RTA Assistant) and/or STI Assistant Setting up the venue, Program of the Week Mr Abdelbaset Zahran (BC RTA Counterpart), and/or Ms Nahed Badr Abdel Fattah (BC Component 3 Leader) 21 participants from November 2013 Mission STE Mr Timo Rainio Mr Pekka Räsänen (MS RTA) Mr Fady Salah (RTA Assistant) Summary of the first mission Short overview of the Participants Project work / Showcases Sunday Feb 9 12:00 – 15:00 at STI Tools and methods for developing 21st century learning show cases -Model(s) for Project work & Showcases development -Model(s) / Templates for development of Learning environment and e-learning materials Hints and tips for the groups Mr Abdelbaset Zahran (BC RTA Counterpart), and/or Ms Nahed Badr Abdel Fattah (BC Component 3 Leader) 21 participants from November 2013 Mission STE Mr Timo Rainio Mr Pekka Räsänen (MS RTA) Mr Fady Salah (RTA Assistant) Workshop and discussions - Modelling of participants showcases Sunday Feb 9 15:00 – 18:00 Wrap-up of daily activities Analysis & next steps STEs & MS RTA
  5. 5. Drive like an Egyptian http://steve-wheeler.blogspot.fi/2013/12/drive-like-egyptian.html Source: http:// www.voanews.com/content/reu-director-finds-echoes-of-egypt-in-cairo-traffic-chaos/1780126.html Source: Antti Eintola / Yle http:// yle.fi/uutiset/rantavaylan_vaihtoehdoilla_ei_lopulta_suuria_kustannuseroja/6783231
  6. 6. 21st century learning Learning Learning Environment Learning Material Learning & Curriculum Planning School–Industry - Development Cooperation Source: Vesa Auvinen (http://www.slideshare.net/vesaauvinen/oppiminen-murrosajassa-gtf09
  7. 7. Professional Learning Process Knowing theory School To know To understand Motivation Reflection To Will Feeling of know - how Instructor Thinking Encouraging Questioning Setting a target Instructor Feedback Experiencing Source: Jouni Suominen
  8. 8. ADDIE http://www.learndash.com/addie-model-explained-infographic Alternatives: http://gramconsulting.com/2009/09/addie-is-dead-long-live-addie/
  9. 9. Workshop 1: MODELS AND TEMPLATES FOR DEVELOPMENT 1. Demo presentation: how to use MS Word, GoogleDocs and Trello for making ADDIE –model of 21St Learning Showcase – 30 minutes 2. Making ADDIE models of participants showcase by groups – 60 minutes  Work in Showcase development groups (Shared document)  Concentrate your group point of view to the most important parts of the model  Tools and Templates:  https://drive.google.com  https://trello.com/ 1. Presentations of the results: max 5 minutes / group Overview of the Participants Project work / Showcases using these ADDIE models – 30 minutes
  10. 10. 2. Day (Monday) Monday Feb 10 9:00 - 10:00 Monday Feb 10 09:00 - 12:00 at STI Monday Feb 10 12:00 – 15:00 at STI Monday Feb 10 15:00 – 18:00 Preparation of workshops and the venue Mr Fady Salah (RTA Assistant) and/or STI Assistant Places for learning (material) and information ? - theory - Tools and methods - case examples Mr Abdelbaset Zahran (BC RTA Counterpart), and/or Ms Nahed Badr Abdel Fattah (BC Component 3 Leader) 21 participants from November 2013 Mission STE Mr Timo Rainio Mr Pekka Räsänen (MS RTA) Mr Fady Salah (RTA Assistant) WORKSHOP: TOOLS FOR STORAGE LEARNING MATERIAL AND INFORMATION -Experience how to use e-elearning tools and plans of using those as a part of participants showcases Wrap-up of daily activities Analysis & next steps Mr Abdelbaset Zahran (BC RTA Counterpart), and/or Ms Nahed Badr Abdel Fattah (BC Component 3 Leader) 21 participants from November 2013 Mission STE Mr Timo Rainio Mr Pekka Räsänen (MS RTA) Mr Fady Salah (RTA Assistant) STEs & MS RTA
  11. 11. What is eLearning http://www.learndash.com/elearning-explained-infographic/ E-learning is an approach to administering education and training the use of modern technology. Videoconferencing, shared chat, and digital course materials make it possible for entire classes to be held in the cloud rather than in a lecture hall.
  12. 12. What is eLearning http://www.learndash.com/elearning-explained-infographic/
  13. 13. What is eLearning http://www.learndash.com/elearning-explained-infographic/
  14. 14. E-Learning, 7 Awesome Advantages of Elearning (Educator point of view) (http://www.learndash.com/7-awesome-advantages-of-elearning/) 1. Scalable - Elearning enables us to quickly create and communicate new policies, training, ideas, and concepts. Be it for entertainment or formal education, elearning is nimble! 2. Capacity and Consistency - Using elearning allows educators to achieve a great degree of coverage for their target audience, and it ensures that the message is communicated in a consistent fashion. This results in all learners receiving the same training. 3. High Learning Retention - Blended learning approaches result in a higher knowledge retention rate. It also helps that coursework can be refreshed and updated whenever needed. 4. Time and Money Savings - This one is pretty well known, and a staple of any well-done elearning program. Elearning reduces time away from the workplace, eliminates the need for travel, and removes the need for classroom-based training. 5. Activity and ROI Measurements - If you are using a learning management system to deliver your elearning, then tracking learner progress is a piece-of-cake, and reporting on this activity is just as simple. 6. Reduction of the Carbon Footprint - By leveraging elearning for online testing and quizzing, the need for printing out paper-based assessments is reduced, in fact it’s practically eliminated altogether! 7. Flexible - Using elearning, you can give employees and students the freedom to learn at their own convenience, and at a pace that is right for them. Staff can be trained in remote locations and in a consistent fashion as anyone receiving on-site training.
  15. 15. E-Learning, 6 Reasons to be Grateful for Elearning (Student point of view) (http://www.learndash.com/6-reasons-to-be-grateful-for-elearning/) 1. Gives Us Mobility Elearning technology has given us the ability to be mobile with our learning. Be it on a train, plane, or car, elearning enables us to take formal learning courses on the move! 2. Freedom to Mess-Up Elearning often uses game and scenario-based exercises which gives us permission to try something new, and more importantly, permission to fail. Having a safe environment in which we can fail is a great way to develop our skills. 3. Earn while Learning With the abundance of formal online courses, elearning has enabled us to pursue learning while maintaining our full-time careers – letting professionals to keep building their real-world experience while supplementing their resume with relevant skills. 4. It can be Fun Let’s face it, sometimes sitting in a classroom or seminar can be boring. Elearning makes it easy to implement games, quizzes, graphics, stories, and simulations along with the learning content. With the flexibility in today’s technology, these games can be quite involved! 5. Makes Education Affordable Elearning provides an overall reduction to formal instructional costs, be it in the education setting or corporate world. This greater accessibility is causing people of all ages to more readily seek out learning opportunities. 6. Makes us More Productive Elearning has been shown to make us more productive by making valuable content available at our fingertips. It’s on-demand nature is a powerful resource in any situation!.
  16. 16. hands-on learning model http://harto.wordpress.com/2013/10/02/kaytannon-oppimismalli-ymmartavaan-ja-yhtei Alone and as a Group Task Impulse Creating a context In Real Life and Virtually
  17. 17. Places for learning – Individual vs. Community http://www.slideshare.net/hponka/verkkoopetusta-ja-sosiaalista-mediaa#btnNext Individual Community Social media tools Cognitive tools -Dialogue of information -Shared Knowledge -Shared expertise -Processing Information -Knowledge building Personal Learning environment -Learning management -Understanding -Portfolio Content -Search -Sharing of learning material Formal -working and learning in social media -Informal Social Learning environment -Open content -Learning material development networks Community -Search -Crowsourcing -Community of Practice
  18. 18. Mobile Learning http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M-learning Source: http://elearning-indya.blogspot.fi/2012/12/mobile-learning-in-education-and-its.html
  19. 19. Creative commons / Open Content http://creativecommons.org/ http://search.creativecommons.org/ http://openeducationeuropa.eu/en/find/resources
  20. 20. Hands-on Training 1. Social media Accounts (like Google) 2. Testing basic eLearning tools  LMS examples (Moodle)  Blog (Blogger, Wordpress)  Wiki (Wikispaces)  Presentations (SlideShare, Prezi) 1. Searching information for learning  Basic Web search, Google Trends (http:// lifehacker.com/google-tips-and-tricks-every-student-should-know-1 )  Picture Search 1. Wikipedia 2. Video (Youtube) 3. Moocs and other learning material archives
  21. 21. Pintakilta & Kiltakoulut http://www.pintakilta.fi/, http://www.kiltakoulut.fi/
  22. 22. FMS Training Center – life size FMsystem FM-system •Fundamentals •Basic use •Advanced use •Design of FMS •Maintenance Deburring cell •Basic use •Robot programming •Deburring process training Tool presetting •Tool presetting training Machining center •Basic use •Programming Machine vision •Machine vision training •Environmental testing for vision system Automatic data collection •Production analysis
  23. 23. FMS Training Center –wiki http://www.fms-ajokortti.fi FMS TC used also for Maintenance training !
  24. 24. Guidance of the on-the-job learner Salpaus Further education, Unto Tervo
  25. 25. World Skills http://www.worldskills.org/  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cPYLVj_wGtY&feature=c4-overview-vl&list=PLae  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BK2uOiCLjCw&list=PLaeX00IR4g1tio0yO-Lnf2Zt  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s56rBXGW2yY&list=PLaeX00IR4g1tio0yO-Lnf2Z
  26. 26. Workshop 2: PLACES OF LEARNING - LEARNING ENVIRONMENT 1. Group discussions how to use different “places of learning” and make plans of using those as a part of your group Showcase => report group results to your Addie plan - 30 minutes  Concentrate your group point of view to the most important parts of the model  Discuss Development cooperation with other groups 1. Make more focused plan how to use one chosen “place of learning” as a part of your Showcase about– 60 minutes §  Write implementation plan of that topic to your ADDIE –report (what, who, when, needed resources, etc. ) Presentations of the results: max 5 minutes / group Overview of the Participants Project work / Showcases using ADDIE models – 30 minutes – 30 minutes
  27. 27. Workshop 2: PLACES OF LEARNING - LEARNING ENVIRONMENT 1. Go to your learning development showcase group (from the last mission) or new one from this mission 1. Group discussions how to use different “places of learning” and make plans of using those as a part of your group Showcase 2. Make “cards” of the most important activities needed in your showcase in its “DESIGN” part  If needed use questions you have in the paper you get => Think about what kind of activities you need to do for answering the questionS 1. Presentations of the results: max 5 minutes / group Overview of the Participants Project work / Showcases using ADDIE models
  28. 28. Educata http://edukata.fi/ http://itec.aalto.fi/ Edukata1.4.pdf
  29. 29. 3. Day (Tuesday) Tuesday Feb 11 9:00 - 10:00 Tuesday Feb 11 09:00 - 12:00 at STI Preparation of workshops and the venue Mr Fady Salah (RTA Assistant) and/or STI Assistant How to make learning Material - theory - Tools and methods - case examples Mr Abdelbaset Zahran (BC RTA Counterpart), and/or Ms Nahed Badr Abdel Fattah (BC Component 3 Leader) 21 participants from November 2013 Mission STE Mr Timo Rainio Mr Pekka Räsänen (MS RTA) Mr Fady Salah (RTA Assistant) Tuesday Feb 11 12:00 – 15:00 at STI WORKSHOP TOOLS FOR MAKING LEARNING MATERIAL - Experience how to use e-elearning tools and plans of using those as a part of participants showcases Tuesday Feb 11 15:00 – 18:00 Wrap-up of daily activities Analysis & next steps Mr Abdelbaset Zahran (BC RTA Counterpart), and/or Ms Nahed Badr Abdel Fattah (BC Component 3 Leader) 21 participants from November 2013 Mission STE Mr Timo Rainio Mr Pekka Räsänen (MS RTA) Mr Fady Salah (RTA Assistant) STEs & MS RTA
  30. 30. Think about the learning process http://www.bottomlineperformance.com/simple-template-planning-training-program-fr
  31. 31. Roles in eLearning project http://www.elearningacademy.com.au/blog/2012/07/storyboarding-elearning/
  32. 32. collaborative knowledge creation together with teachers and students (http:// www.slideshare.net/hponka/verkkoopetusta-ja-sosiaalista-mediaa#btnNext ) Content Production collaborative knowledge creation Discussion Students and teachers working together when making and using learning environment
  33. 33. Don’t forget Visuality http://infosthetics.com/archives/2010/11/what_is_data_visualization.html
  34. 34. How to use video in learning http://connectthinking.com.au/video-for-on-demand-learning-workshop/
  35. 35. Video Production (complex) http://goviralvideoproductions.com/Solutions.htm
  36. 36. Video Production (easy) http://wrightcreativity.com/2010/10/video-blogging-how-to-make-sense-of-the-complexity-in-content-production /
  37. 37. Case example of toolkit ”How to make Video” Storyboard http://ictforag.org/video/introduction.html#.UuORRbQ8KaE http://ictforag.org/video/resources.html#.UuOTmrQ8KaE
  38. 38. Hands-on Training 1. Learning material production  Picture from digi camera / mobile phone to PC / Web (Picasa)  Video from video camera to PC / Web (Youtube)  Screencast (http://www.screencast-o-matic.com/  Simulation (Meshmoon, Solidworks: http:// www.solidworks.com/sw/resources/videos/fundamentals-solidworks-3d-cad.h ) 1. Linking and embedding information between Web Tools 1. Text and Pictures to Wiki 2. Video and SlideShare presentation to Blog 3. Embedding SlideShare presentation to blog 1. Shared Dokuments  Shared dokuments (GoogleDocs)  Shared presentations (Google Presentation, Prezi)  Shared boogmarks to blog (Diigo, Delicious)  Shared Mindmaps  Shared Story (Storyfy) § Webconference (Skype, AdobeConnet, Google Hangout)
  39. 39. Hands-on Training – Picture as a part of the blog post 1. Take picture using Video Camera or iPod and insert it as a part of your Blog post 1. Take photo 2. Connect your camera of iPod to your PC by cable 3. Open your blog and start making a new blog post 4. Insert a picture as a part of it 5. Publish a post
  40. 40. Hands-on Training – Video editing in youtube 1. Make a storyboad for your video (3 * max 4 second video clip) 2. Take Video clips for your video using Video Camera or iPod and insert it to youtube 1. Take a three max 4 second video clip 2. Connect your camera or iPod to your PC by cable 3. Go to youtube (www.youtube.com) and log in using your Google username 4. Upload your videos from Camera/iPod to Youtube 3. Edit your video clips 1. Go to the Dashboard (click arrow beside to Upload -text), choose creation tools / Video editor 2. Move your video clips to the right order 4. Publish your new video
  41. 41. Demonstration of Simulation Tools Used in education http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbCDrM2BGZY
  42. 42. Sandbox http://salpro.salpaus.fi/sandbox2/en.php http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTNL0PxX1ZE (1 minute) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DqG61hZhZps (6 minutes) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ej992-vUrSA (10 minutes in finnish)
  43. 43. Metviro – virtual and intelligent learning environment for forestry machine mechanic http://matriisi.ee.tut.fi/metviro/index.html http://matriisi.ee.tut.fi/metviro/video.html
  44. 44. Learning by playing Salpaus Further education, Unto Tervo Virtual welding Sensors in motor of the car Virtual firefighting
  45. 45. An ELearning Wishlist http://www.learndash.com/anelearning-wishlist-infographic/
  46. 46. Workshop 3: TOOLS FOR ELEARNING 1. Hands-on Training from yesterday continues 2. Group discussions how to use different Learning material Development tools and make plans of using those as a part of your group Showcase => report group results to your Addie plan - 60 minutes  Concentrate your group point of view to the most important parts of the model 1. Make a demo of using One material development tools as a part of your Showcase – 2 hours  Use eLearning tools you have seen demonstrated today: 1. Presentations of the results: max 10 minutes / group Overview of the Participants Project work / Showcases using ADDIE models – 60 minutes
  47. 47. 4. Day (Wednesday) Wednesday Feb 12 9:00 - 10:00 Wednesday Feb 12 09:00 - 12:00 at STI Preparation of workshops and the venue Mr Fady Salah (RTA Assistant) and/or STI Assistant Next step of the participants own 21st century learning showcase development projects based on the knowledge and examples of this mission Mr Abdelbaset Zahran (BC RTA Counterpart), and/or Ms Nahed Badr Abdel Fattah (BC Component 3 Leader) 21 participants from November 2013 Mission STE Mr Timo Rainio Mr Pekka Räsänen (MS RTA) Mr Fady Salah (RTA Assistant) Prepearring to make group demonstrations and plans for future work - Tools and methods for development work => Project plan for the next step - Elements team will use as part of their showcases - Computer and web based learning tools of the showcases Wednesday Feb 12 12:00 – 15:00 at STI Wednesday Feb 12 15:00 – 18:00 Case by case short demonstrations and plans for future work - Tools and methods for development work => Project plan for the next step - Elements team will use as part of their showcases - Computer and web based learning tools of the showcases Wrap-up of daily activities Analysis & next steps Mr Abdelbaset Zahran (BC RTA Counterpart), and/or Ms Nahed Badr Abdel Fattah (BC Component 3 Leader) 21 participants from November 2013 Mission STE Mr Timo Rainio Mr Pekka Räsänen (MS RTA) Mr Fady Salah (RTA Assistant) STEs & MS RTA
  48. 48. Demos – Google Search  www.google.com (https://www.google.com.eg/)  maps  Pictures  Videos  Books  Search tools  country  language  time  Based on location  More information: http://lifehacker.com/google-tips-and-tricks-everystudent-should-know-1508121671  Remember CTRL+F (Other shortcuts: CTRL + C, X, V, ALT+TAB, etc.)
  49. 49. Other demos  Picasa (picasaweb.google.com)  Screencast (http://www.screencast-o-matic.com/)
  50. 50. Hands–On training:  Go to Goole (www.google.com) and search information about yourself, your school, your city, your technology area, about education, learning, etc.  www.google.com (https://www.google.com.eg/)  Search information from other medias  wikis,  blogs (blogger)  videos (youtube)  Photos (google photo search)  Slideshare (presentationsetc)
  51. 51. Showcases  First mission  CNC Technology centre  Computer Maintenance  Automotive and Car Maintenance  Automation and PLC  Mathematics  Not present / left out?  Air Conditioning  Home Appliances Maintenance  Carpentry
  52. 52. Workshop 4: Case by case short demonstrations and plans for future work 1. Making plans for the future work (ADDIE –model, etc.) and finalizing demostrations – 2 hours 2. Discussions of resourcing and cooperation inside development groups and between groups – 30 minutues 3. Presentations of project plans: to be implemented before next mission – 60 minutes 4. Tools and methods for development work => Project plan for the next step 5. Elements of learning, that team will use as part of their showcases 6. Computer and web based learning tools of the showcases + Demonstration of one of those 7. Resourcing of the work and cooperation with other groups
  53. 53. Workshop : Modelling your showcase 1. Go to your learning development showcase group (from the last mission) or decide new topic for you/your team 21st learning showcase development project 2. Create a new Trello board for your showcase and write your next step plans to there  Add Addie steps to your board (all addies steps has an own “list”, just like in ADDIEtemp –example)  Invite your group members to your board  Make “cards” of the most important activities needed in your showcase  If needed use questions you have in the paper you get first day => Think about what kind of activities you need to do for answering the question  Send Mr Timo, Mr Fady and Mr Pekka (timo.rainio@gmail.com, fadysalahbm@gmail.com) invitation to your board 3. Presentations of the results: => Project plan for the next step (using ADDIE model) 1. Tools and methods, that team will use as part of their showcases 2. Resourcing of the work and cooperation with other groups (what, who and when) 3. Computer and web based learning tools of the showcases + Demonstration of one of those
  54. 54. Homework, between mission 2 and 3  Go to your Trello account and check status of the board of your showcase  Complete there the tasks, your think is needed to do before the third mission and decide who is responsible for that (what, who and when)  Do the tasks that you are responsible before the third mission and when you have made it inform it to the card of the task
  55. 55. Timo Rainio Hermia Group timo.rainio@hermiagroup.fi +358 500 7366 05 http://www.hermiagroup.fi http://www.slideshare.net/timorainio http://www.dooid.com/timorainio

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