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Year 8 Teacher Only Day
Friday 12th April 2013
The aims for today Revisit the shared understanding around BYOD at
Develop an understanding of Blended e-Learning and the why at Carmel College
Develop an understanding of using Google Sites in the classroom
Develop skills around using Google Sites
Develop an awareness of using Google Docs in Literacy
What we want for our young peopleto be confident, connected,
actively involved and lifelong learners
The New Zealand Curriculum Vision Statement
Why BYOD at Carmel College?
Carmel College is committed to educating and empowering young
women to strive for excellence and to live the values of Jesus Christ, in the
Catholic and Mercy traditions.
To see the need and make the difference.
Why BYOD at Carmel College?
The Five Pillars of Learning at Carmel College
Relating to Others
Using Language, Symbols and Text
Participating and Contributing
Strategic Plan - Why BYOD at Carmel College? In-school professional learning programmes utilizing best
practice expertise of our own staff as well as outside experts. Particular focus: BYOD at Year 7 and 9
That appropriate Review of ICT strategic Implementation of new technology is provided, aimed at equitable ICT strategic plan and used to support the distribution of resources curriculum, reporting and administrative functions of the school.
Continued commitment to the best Learning Support system we can afford for students with special learning needs, including Gifted and Talented Education
What is Blended e-Learning??
The smart use of e-Learning tools, resources and Teaching & Learning strategies in face-to-face and virtual spaces, at & outside of school with the aim
of improving student learning.
What is e-Learning? Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has a major impact on the world in which young people live. Similarly, e-Learning (learning supported by or facilitated by ICT) has considerable potential to support effective teaching pedagogy by:
Students making connections
Students engaging in collaborative shared learning
Enhancing opportunities for students to learn and take their learning further
The New Zealand Curriculum Pg 36
21st Century Teachers and Learners
Learning anywhere, anytime Accessing new knowledge Encouraging collaboration, creativity,
communication and critical thinking Encouraging responsible digital citizens and digital
literacy Strengthening connections with parents, the
community and experts Encouraging teacher innovation
Smart Use of ICT
Discussion around what does the smart use of ICT tools look like?
What students think
Sharing of Practice
Felicitys journey so far Felicitys Google site
What skills will the Year 7s bring to Year 8?
Literacy and e-Learning
How do you typically give feedback now?
What can technology add that wasnt possible?
Google Docs Literacy Task
Resources to support you
The Virtual Learning Network - http://www.vln.school.nz/
Enabling e-Learning - http://elearning.tki.org.nz/
Software for Learning - http://softwareforlearning.tki.org.nz/
Te Toi Tupu Blended e-Learning