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- 1. Sharing Examples of Good Practice in e learning Theresa Beattie RSC Yorkshire & Humber www.rsc-yh.ac.uk RSCs Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning
2. Regional Support Centre YH Support for Work Based Learning
- Regional Support Centre
- LSC Funded to support LSC Funded Provision
- Learning Resources
- Staff Development
3. How we support Work Based Learning Providers
- Assistance with writing & implementing e learning strategy
- Online/face to face forums/meetings: Strategy Group, E Guides group
- Social Network
- Learning Platform
- Events (Excellence in e learning, Summer Conference)
- Sharing of Good Practice (Case Studies, Excellence Gateway)
4. Our survey said ..
- 32% said they were at developing status in terms of e learning
- 96.4% said that motivating & engaging learners was the main driver for their organisation
- 63% said one of the main barriers to embedding e learning was lack of staff ICT skills
- 55.6% named lack of knowledge about e learning
- Main future support needs were identified as hands on technology workshops and examples of good practice
5. Good Practice?
- Learner Centred, not qualification centred
- Using the technology to enhance what we do, not to to do what we have always done
- Recognise and harness existing skills
6. Technology Generation
- Sat Nav
- Memory Sticks
- Internet Explorer
- Sky Satellite
- Digital Cameras
- Mobile Phones
7. No Technology Generation
- Mobile Phone
- Games (3D)
8. Harnessing Technology?
- 14-19s - What they already do
- Peer Support
- "Primary children are doing now what we would have charged for five years ago.(BBC Scotland)
10. Harnessing Skills .
- Download music (Limewire, Bearshare, Kazaa)
- Create Music
- Upload music (itunes, Limewire, Kazaa, Bearshare)
- Download video
- Create videos (mobile phones)
- Upload video (Youtube)
- Create personal spaces (with profiles, interests, comments on others)
- Share: photos, music, videos, thoughts, Life
11. Learner Engagement
- Blogs ( course materials , reflective journals, e portfolios, ILP?)
- Wikis (collaborative projects)
- Podcasts (chunks of learning in a variety of formats, communication skills)
- Photo sharing (Flickr etc.)
- Video sharing (YouTube, Video Jug, Voicethread, Veotag etc.)
- Social Networks ( Ning )
- Virtual Worlds ( Second Life , There)
- Mobile Learning (Mobile phones, ipods, PSPs)
- Web 2.0 tools and technologies in general
12. Tools that enable
- Self assessment
- Peer assessment
- APIR Tool:
- The framework covers a wide range of factors that can affect a young person's performance, outlook and behaviour, andthe workerselects those parts of the framework thathe or she feels is appropriate to the young person .Wherever possible , young people are encouraged to play a full part in completing and reviewing the results of the framework.
14. Functional Skills
- Assessment will be based primarily on task-based scenario questions with a limited duration and delivered in a controlled environment. The assessments will use and reinforce skills-based, problem solving learning techniques.
- Assessment for learning develops learners' capacity for self-assessment so that they can become reflective and self-managing
- Independent learners have the ability to seek out and gain new skills, new knowledge and new understandings. They are able to engage in self-reflection and to identify the next steps in their learning. Teachers should equip learners with the desire and the capacity to take charge of their learning through developing the skills of self-assessment.
- Assessment for learning should recognise the full range of achievements of all learners
- Assessment for learning should be used to enhance all learners' opportunities to learn in all areas of educational activity. It should enable all learners to achieve their best and to have their efforts recognised.
- (QCA Website, 10 principles: Assessment of learning)
- We need students who own their learning to the extent that they can self-manage both their emotional and their cognitive responses to challenges, so that all their energies are spent on developing capability rather than disguising its absence.
17. Functional Skills Why create a poster?There is so much more you can do.Using existing APIs to create their own mash ups of applications, why Microsoft?Why not Google docs or Zoho applications. ICT Using sketchup to create a design, Gliffy for collaborating on a design), Google Docs, Zoho applications, website design using the free tools out there, working with others on common meaningful projects Collaboration Application of Number (measuring and collecting own data so it is meaningful and work related e.g. decorating a room, recording output/results digitally), mobile phones Ebay, Amazon (shopping) English/Communication Studies (at work etc.) - using video of soap, role play situations which are scripted, filmed and edited by learners followed by analysis/feedback discussion in collaborative wiki or blog Blogs, wikis, social networks Functional Skills 18. Future .
- ..networked learners (teachers, businesses)
- ..ubiquitous access
- ..dispersed curriculum
- ..personalised learning
- ..learner designed content
- ..learner designed assessment
- The futureis here.Its just not widely distributed yet (William Gibson)
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