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Title: Even difficult to teach children matter


1
Even difficult to teach children matter
  • John Galloway
  • Advisory Teacher for ICT/SEN and Inclusion
  • John.galloway_at_towerhamlets.gov.uk

2
The five outcomes
  • Be healthy
  • Stay safe
  • Enjoy and achieve
  • Make a positive contribution
  • Achieve economic well-being

3
Five things we can do with ICT
  • Identify
  • Support
  • Track achievement
  • Personalise learning
  • Teach the hard to reach

4
Identify
  • Every Child Matters
  • THISChild

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Support
  • eCAF
  • Excel spreadsheet
  • Download

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Monitor
  • PAT
  • PANDA

(Pupil Achievement Tracker)
  • RAISEonline

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Deliver
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Personalising learning is...
  • ...learner-centred and knowledge-centred...
  • Close attention is paid to learners knowledge,
    skills,
  • understanding and attitudes. Learning is
    connected to what
  • they already know (including from outside the
    classroom).
  • Teaching enthuses pupils and engages their
    interest in
  • learning it identifies, explores and corrects
    misconceptions.
  • Learners are active and curious they create
    their own
  • hypotheses, ask their own questions, coach one
    another, set
  • goals for themselves, monitor their progress and
    experiment
  • with ideas for taking risks, knowing that
    mistakes and being
  • stuck are part of learning. Work is sufficiently
    varied and
  • challenging to maintain their engagement but not
    so difficult
  • as to discourage them. This engagement allows
    learners of
  • all abilities to succeed, and it avoids the
    disaffection and
  • attention-seeking that give rise to problems with
    behaviour.

From 2020 Vision Dfes 2007
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  • ...and assessment-centred
  • Assessment is both formative and summative and
    supports
  • learning learners monitor their progress and,
    with their
  • teachers, identify their next steps. Techniques
    such as open
  • questioning, sharing learning objectives and
    success criteria,
  • and focused marking have a powerful effect on the
    extent to
  • which learners are enabled to take an active role
    in their
  • learning. Sufficient time is always given for
    learners reflection.
  • Whether individually or in pairs, they review
    what they have
  • learnt and how they have learnt it. Their
    evaluations contribute
  • to their understanding. They know their levels of
    achievement
  • and make progress towards their goals.
  • Stimulated by How people learn brain, mind,
    experience
  • and school. Bransford J.D., Brown A. L. and
    Cocking R. (eds.), National Academy Press,
    Washington DC, 2000.

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Technology influences what, how and why children
learn by
  • Broadening the range of learning material
    children are able to access, either guided by a
    teacher or as part of self directed learning,
  • Enabling quick interactive assessments, for
    example, using voting technology,
  • Promoting development of a broad range of
    knowledge, skills and understanding, in new
    contexts and with virtual access to experts,
  • Facilitating collaboration with peers (in the
    same school and in other schools),

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  • Increasing the variety of learning resources,
    software and communication tools, through new
    media,
  • Helping schools to use a wider range of readily
    available resources and software to enhance
    learning, including making software available to
    children to use at home,
  • Blurring distinctions between informal and formal
    learning giving children the ability to choose
    what they learn and when they learn it,
  • Increasing motivation, through pace and variety,
  • Increased relevance, through greater links
    between childrens experience of school and of
    the technology-rich world outside.

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Supported by….
  • Engagement with parents and pupils,
  • Expanding the potential for communication,
    sharing resources, creating shared spaces to
    record pupils learning and progress
  • Whole school systems
  • Integrated learning and management systems that
    bring together all the information on pupils
    progress and analysis of assessment data, and are
    capable of being shared with other schools and
    organisations.

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A learning platform …
  • gives teachers an opportunity to improve
    learning. It gives children and young people an
    opportunity to learn in the ways which best suit
    them by providing a personal online work space
    by allowing access to learning materials at
    anytime and anywhere and it gives an opportunity
    for materials to be tailored to meet the needs of
    individuals.
  • Becta 2006

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Approved Suppliers
  • The ten framework suppliers are
  • Azzurri Communications Ltd
  • Etech Group
  • Fronter
  • Netmedia Education
  • Pearson Education Limited
  • Ramesys
  • Research Machines plc
  • Serco Ltd
  • UniServity
  • Viglen Limited
  • Becta 2006

16
Learning out of school
  • Nisai Virtual Academy
  • Accipio www.accipio-learning.com
  • Notschool www.thecademy.net

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Innovative Curricula - 1
  • Ian Mikardo School
  • My Body,
  • My Future,
  • My Self,
  • My Passport,
  • My World.

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Innovative Curricula - 2
  • Futurelab Enquiring Minds
  • RSA Opening Minds
  • Competences for-
  • Learning
  • Citizenship
  • Relating to people
  • Managing Situations
  • Managing Information

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5 Outcomes from this talk
  • You have….
  • Heard about information sharing
  • Found out (at last) what Personalised Learning is
  • Been exposed to Learning Platforms
  • Become aware of innovative approaches to the
    curriculum

- only better
Discovered its the same,
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John Galloway Advisory Teacher for ICT/SEN and
Inclusion john.galloway_at_towerhamlets.gov.uk
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