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Title: School Transformation with ICT and eLearning


1
School Transformation with ICT and eLearning
  • Cecilie Murray
  • eLearning
  • Innovations Branch
  • Department of Education Training

2
Schooling
  • Students
  • 1980s, 1990s, 2000s
  • Net Generation
  • Socialise online
  • Chat, SMS, games, simulations
  • At ease in immersive worlds
  • Teachers
  • 1940s, 1950s, 1960s
  • Print generation
  • Socialise in restaurants
  • News, current affairs, reading, holidays,
    Parkinson
  • Aliens in an online world

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The new world
5
CONSIDERATIONS
6
Understand the players
  • Description Birth Age Million ()
  • Seniors Before 1925 77 0.94 5
  • Builders 19261945 57-76 2.75 15
  • Boomers 19461964 3856 4.75 25
  • Generation X 19651981 2137 4.83 26
  • Generation Y 19822000 220 5.15 29
  • Generation Z 2001 lt2 0.25 1

Source Mark McCrindle
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Understandthe changing paradigm
  • content - text on screen
  • interaction - with content or machine
  • relationships - instructional, social and
    supportive
  • digital multimedia learning objects
  • managed eLearning environments
  • the e-Classroom
  • m-Learning

1990
2000
2010
8
Current data on Generation Y
  • the technology generation
  • multi-taskers balance email, chat, Instant
    Messenger, search, MP3 downloading homework.
  • Internet use at school 80 children up to 17
    years
  • Internet use at home 64 children up to 17
    years
  • 58 5-12 year olds
  • 86 13-18 year olds

Australian Bureau Statistics 2003 http//www.bandt
.com.au/news/68/0c00d768.asp
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The Game
  • live the immediate internet downloads,
    overnight delivery, microwave meals direct
    fast-paced energy
  • M-learning mobile learning
  • The Nokia Game interactive, all-media adventure
    game where challenges are developed
    collaboratively using
  • Mobile phones
  • Instant Messenging
  • Television
  • Internet movie downloads
  • http//www.nokiagame.com

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mLearning
http//home.m-learning.net/learn/iframe_page.htm
http//www.m-learning.org
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What digital content and tools can help
medesign, construct and deliver pedagogically
sound learning experiences for my students?
Teachers essential question
Schools essential question
What innovations, PD, management systems and
tools can assist me to lift engagement and
retention and bring about whole school
improvement?
13
Background
  • Ratio of computers to students is 13.9
  • Bandwidth ranging from 64Kbps to 2Mbps (800 just
    upgraded)
  • PODS in Secondary schools
  • Notebooks for 91 of staff
  • Commitment 40 hours ICT professional
    development.
  • Research Notebooks proved effective for use in
    planning, assessment, reporting
  • Barrier - minimal use for curriculum or
    integrated classroom use
  • Strategy structured professional development
    program in how to integrate into curriculum
    pedagogy in the classroom

14
DET Strategic Directions
  • 1992-1995
  • School Based Management, Curriculum and Standards
    Framework
  • 1995-1998
  • Establish Global Classrooms, Navigator Schools,
    Learning Technologies guidelines
  • 1999-2002
  • School eLearning plans, infrastructure rollout,
    large scale notebook professional development
  • 2003-2008
  • Mainstreaming of eLearning online pedagogy
    through integrated professional development

Research
Accountability
Knowledge Sharing
15
VISION for Victoria
Objective to develop a Vision 2003-2008
16
The Blueprint for Govt Schools
Teacher Learning
Curriculum in Govt schools
School improvement
Support
Research ? ICT Strategic Plan ?
eLearning Vision
17
Future Policy Directions
  • ICT leading school transformation innovation
  • Student ICT Literacy skills
  • Staff eLearning capabilities
  • ICT Professional Learning Strategy
  • Digital curriculum content
  • School ICT architecture refreshed
    infrastructure

18
  • EMERGING LITERACIES

Objective to define the new literacies
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Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment the
current landscape
Students
Dr Olivia Clarke, TLF
21
Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment the
current landscape
Students
Dr Olivia Clarke, TLF
22
Range of technology and use grid
www.ncrel.org/enguage
23
New Literacies
  • Technology Literacy
  • The ability to use new media such as the Internet
    to access and communicate information
    effectively.
  • Information Literacy
  • The ability to gather, organize and evaluate
    information, and to form valid opinions based on
    the results.
  • Media Creativity
  • The growing capacity of citizens everywhere to
    produce and distribute content to audiences of
    all sizes.
  • Global Literacy
  • Understanding the interdependence among people
    and nations and having the ability to interact
    and collaborate successfully across cultures.
  • Literacy with Responsibility
  • The competence to consider the social
    consequences of media from the standpoint of
    safety, privacy and other issues.

21ST Literacy Summit, Germany http//www.21stcentu
ryliteracy.org/whatis/index.htm
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PROFESSIONAL LEARNING
Objective to develop a professional learning
framework
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eLearning Capabilities
  • Five stages of Integration
  • Foundation Integrated Innovative
    Transformative Leadership
  • Supported by
  • Professional learning from schools, industry
    professional associations in a mentor model
  • eLearning capabilities for profiling teacher
    skills and planning professional learning
  • Online survey tool
  • Professional learning planning tool





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eLearning capabilities matrix
Planning management Learning, Teaching curriculum Learning resources Professional development practice Culture
Foundation Plan for including ICT in curriculum Use ICT in some curriculum areas Browse, locate and create simple learning resources with ICT Participate in workshops or online activities Provide a supportive ICT learning environment in the classroom
Integrated Develop appropriate strategies to manage ICT in the classroom Use ICT to cater for student learning styles, information digital literacy skills Locate, evaluate and use digital resources in the classroom Engage in ICT professional development activities that inform teaching practice Ensure learners understand ethical, legal and online safety guidelines
Innovative Reflect, evaluate plan for ICT to support learning outcomes Use ICT to support students understandings, ideas and interpretations Contribute to shared local and global resources Share skills understandings in supportive networks with colleagues Teacher models good practice and demonstrates innovative eLearning practices
Transformative Use ICT for supporting colleagues in administration or assessment reporting Use digital content and communication tools to support student staff global learning Manage storage retrieval of digital resources Reflect evaluate teaching practice across the school in the integrated use of ICT Participate in  eLearning communities with colleagues, parents community
Leadership ICT is used appropriately within the school to support admin, management, teaching learning Future impacts upon teaching learning and the curriculum are planned for. ICT and digital resources are flexible and easily accessible to all staff and students (and community) A planned programme of staff development is agreed to cover anticipated needs eLearning Plans are intentional and focuses on future potential and intended outcomes.
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Reinventing Education
29
CONTENT
Objective to deliver new digital content to
schools
30
Its a Dragloads in a web browser window
31
Comic Creations loads in a web browser window
Hip Hop Dance loads in a web browser window
32
Kahootz 3D Multimedia Software
33
Digital Learning Objects
Object approaches
Convergence
eLearning
Personalization Dynamic content assembly
Object approaches
Enterprise content
Knowledge Management
Learning on Demand
34
Student learning management architecture
35
Innovative models of schooling
delivery of eLearning to students in school, at
home or in other schools
Regular Classroom - offline activities
eClassroom online activities
Collaboration communication, sharing best
practice across schools
receiving teaching and learning from other schools
36
School transformation
  • School ICT audit and eLearning plan
  • Student ICT literacy skills
  • Improving staff eLearning capabilities
  • Planned ICT professional learning
  • Digital curriculum content
  • School architecture for information and learning
  • Refreshed infrastructure and system support
  • Research and development
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