Focus Teacher Leaders Course Day 2

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Published on June 21, 2007

Author: teachnology



The Presentation from the Focus Teacher Leaders Course Day 2

Focus Teacher Leaders TEACHnology Focus Leaders Day 2 Prayer ‘Future’s Child’

Between Session Reading

What is Social Software? Software that supports group interaction Social software is about bringing minds and ideas into contact with each other. Relies heavily on reflection and feedback

Does Learning Change in a Information Society? How do we adapt the curriculum to meet the needs of our students?

Day One Stage 4 Teachers

Action Research • is participatory, collaborative research which typically arises from the clarification of some concerns generally shared by a group • Source: Kemmis, S. & McTaggart, R. (Eds) The Action Research Planner, Third Edition. Geelong: Deakin University Press, pp 22–25.

Action Research • is an approach to improving education by changing it and learning from the consequences of changes.

• People describe their concerns, explore what others think, and probe to find what it might be possible to do. Action Research • Source: Kemmis, S. & McTaggart, R. (Eds) The Action Research Planner, Third Edition. Geelong: Deakin University Press, pp 22–25.

Action Research • develops through the spiral of cycles of – planning – acting (implementing plans) – observing (systematically) – reflecting and then – re-planning – further implementation – observing

• One good way to begin an action research project is to collect some initial data in an area of general interest (a reconnaissance), then to reflect, and then to make a plan for changes action • Another way to begin is to make an exploratory change, collect data of what happens, reflect, and then build more refined plans for action. •

• Action research.............. • is open-minded about what counts as evidence (or data) • involves keeping records which describe what is happening as accurately as possible (given the particular questions being investigated and the real-life circumstances of collecting the data) • involves collecting and analysing our own judgements, reactions and impressions about

• Action research involves keeping a personal journal in which we record our learnings about: – the practices we are studying (how our practices are developing) and our learnings – about the process (the practice) of studying them (how our action research project is going)

• Action research involves people in making critical analyses of the situations (classrooms, schools or systems) in which they work

Networks Social of interest bookmarking Categorise Store resources Classify by user Share defined Search tags Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 24/05/2007

Why Find your bookmarks online anywhere in the world (not computer specific) Collaboration & sharing Tags- Unlike folders you may create as many as you want. View as a list or as a cloud Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007

Don’t have an account Let’s create one! Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007 Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007

Try this Activities Create a account Explore “help” and “settings” Add “bookmarklets” (buttons) to your browser Search the web for sites to bookmark- “describe” and “tag” sites Add Cynthia (cmccammon) to your network Explore Cynthia’s bookmarks to find the the one’s indicated. Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007

What kind of young people do we want to raise?

LEARNING Activity Where have we been and where are we going?

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Learning Communities

Learning Communities

• Constructivism

Soaking up the accumulated wisdom, facts and understandings Absorbing of elders Learning Fashioning new understandings instead of accepting and memorising ideas of others

Teaching Focuses on the actions of the teacher transmitting and conveying contents to students Learning Focuses energy on how teachers are orchestrating the questioning, thinking and discovering of students

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Critical thinking & questioning Critical thinking Critical Critical questioning reflection ….are crucial to effective learning

We must raise young ones to question … to wonder… and to learn … Jamie McKenzie Jamie McKenzie

Too often we give our children answers to remember rather than problems to solve. Roger Lewin

Question Evaluation Response

Question Why? Do you agree? Can you elaborate? Question Response Can you give me an example? Could you summarise X’s point? encourages further student thinking TEACHnology leaders

Activity • With your partner explore each of the websites under the ‘leaders’ tag. • Make judgements about: • Relevance of information to your setting • Quality of website • Locate & post at least one other site to about one of the topics

What does this mean for 1:1?

Feedback Report back about your activity and the implications for the classroom

walking the line..

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