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ITELab project overview and participation 2018

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  1. 1. ITELab – Innovating ITE curricula Key Action 2 - Knowledge Alliance project ITELAB OVERVIEW AND INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE October 2018 http://itelab.eun.org e: info-itelab@eun.org ITELab – Innovating ITEcurricula Key Action 2 - Knowledge Alliance project ITELAB OVERVIEW AND INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE October 2018 http:/ / itelab.eun.org e: info-itelab@eun.org
  2. 2. 2 ITELab (Initial Teacher Education Lab) is co-ordinated by EUN and co-funded under the European Commission’s Erasmus+. The project runs from January 2017 to December 2019. It is a Knowledge Alliance project between higher education institutions and industry, with the participation of policymakers to exchange information and shape recommendations. ITELab focuses on the development of digital pedagogical skills of future teachers, with three strands: monitoring and research; co-design and piloting of new content; knowledge exchange through an online ITE Forum. ITELab sits under the umbrella of European Schoolnet’s Future Classroom Lab initiative, to create a sustainable ITE Forum for on-going exchange between policy-makers, universities, industry in this priority area of initial teacher education. ABOUT ITELAB
  3. 3. • 5 ITE organisations – core pilot • University College Dublin( IE) • University of Newcastle (UK) • Polytechnic Institute of Santarem (PT) • University of Agder (NO) • University of Perugia (IT) • 4 industry partners – co-design • Microsoft • IRIS Connect • SMART Technologies • Steelcase • ITE Pilot evaluation  University of Würzburg (DE) ITELAB CONSORTIUM Coordinator • European Schoolnet Pedagogical Board • Six independent experts – wider stakeholder interests, feedback and recommendations Associate Partners • Universities, Industry, Ministries of Education and Regional Education Authorities participating as unfunded Associate partners • Members of an on-going University-ICT industry Education Forum – ITE Forum Independent Evaluator • Project operations and final deliverables
  4. 4. 4 BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATING IN ITELAB: HEAR FROM OUR STUDENT TEACHERS AND PARTNERS Dr Conor Galvin, University College Dublin Bart Verswijvel, European Schoolent Hazel Marshall, student secondary teacher University of Newcastle Seamus O’Sullivan, student secondary teacher University College Dublin Chiara Burrello, student primary teacher University of Perugia Maria Albuquerque, student primary teacher Polytechnic Institute of Santarém Peter Claxton, SMART Technologies
  5. 5. 5 ITELAB –STAKEHOLDERS WORKING WITH STUDENT TEACHERS “I’ve always been interested in the use of technology in the classroom..... it’s not just a tool, it lets you do things differently, while at the same time it’s about looking at a modern classroom combining technology and space… which lets you think about pupils working in groups, places to relax, where students can take the centre. It’s that combination that is explored in ITELab’ Seamus O’Sullivan student secondary teacher University College Dublin
  6. 6. 2017 2018 2019 Student teacher MOOCv1 Student teacher MOOCv2 1) MONITORING: annual monitoring report, case studies, teacher trainer competences MODULE A F2F MODULE A,B, C 2) CO-DESIGN CONTENT & PILOTS HOW TO PARTICIPATE: THREE MAIN STRANDS OF ACTIVITY CYCLE 2 BETA pilot OPEN INVITATION to join ITE Forum (Universities, Industry, MoE) + Student Voice. Trial update Module A 3) KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE FULL pilot
  7. 7. 7 1. MONITORING ITE Research: how training in the pedagogical use of ICT is covered within ITE curricula in Europe CPD resources: Existing OER resources that could be used with student teachers Teacher educator competences: required by the teacher educators to ensure adequate ICT training for student teachers Three main activities: Participation: Send us research links (on-going) Send us links to OER resources (on-going) Complete our surveys Receive our monitoring reports and case studies Help us disseminate the reports through your own networks
  8. 8. 8 2. CO-DESIGN AND PILOTING OF NEW CONTENT Two different types: Participation: MODULES: - For teacher trainers - Training student/beginner teachers at either Primary or Secondary level - Choice of three modules, developing competences based on DigCompEdu. - Flexible implementation options: activity, unit, whole module. MOOC : - For student teachers - Self-directed, online, free, 4 weeks - Share and learn with peers, building your community - New ideas and practical application to teaching - Digital badge for assessment Read the materials, attend the online briefings and invitations to observe Register your interest in participation (Modules, MOOC) Plan into your curriculum and assessment, where applicable Disseminate through your networks, encourage student teachers to experiment by joining the MOOC.
  9. 9. 9 FULL PILOT SPRING 2019: THREE ‘MODULE‘ OPTIONS TO SELECT FROM Teaching, Learning and Professional Development for Beginning Teachers •Full module: 10 weeks, 3 units, 5ECTS (UCD) •Set at CEFR A2 Explorer Level (‘anchor’ module) • Suitable for both primary (P) and secondary (S) • Expert intros; ‘live to air’ collaboration sessions • Supported by staff hub and student teacher hub •Weekly student teacher challenge questions, fits to local assessment frameworks Unit 1: Being a beginning teacher in a digital world •Teaching today; Extending the learning space; technology and social media in learning (weeks 1-3) •Unit 2: Widening the Teaching and Learning World •Video for C21st Learning and Teaching; Technology for international, in-school and inter-school collaboration,, personal and professional learning networks (weeks 4-8) •Unit 3: Sharing the gains and formalising module learning •Drawing the learning together (weeks 9-10) A Designing Learning • Full module : 6 weeks, 3 units, 3.5 ECTS (UCD), B2 Investigator Level, P/S Unit 1: What is learning design Unit 2: Meeting the digital design challenge personally and with students Unit 3: Problems and projects, design types for better learning B Working with Young Learners •Full module : 6 weeks, 3 units, 3.5 ECTS (UCD), B2 Investigator Level, P/S Using technology to inform and improve teaching practices, with a focus on use of video, reflection, learning from experience of doing. C Module lead: Dr Conor Galvin Director of Graduate Studies, University College Dublin E: conor.galvin@ucd.ie
  10. 10. Teaching, Learning, & Professional Development for Beginning Teachers conor.galvin@ucd.ie A partners’ site : itelab.wordpress.com
  11. 11. 11 The Networked Teacher – teaching in the 21st century The Networked Teacher - teaching in the C21st , registration and hosted on EUN academy. Note: 2018 version remains online for reference until December 2018 Introduction for student teachers by MOOC lead, Bart Verswijvel Free, online short course for student teachers. Self-directed. Starts 25th February 2019 (registration: from 21st Jan) Designed to help the student teacher become a ‘networked teacher’, developing pedagogical digital competence, learning about collaborative and active approaches to teaching and learning, and connecting with fellow student teachers from across Europe to share ideas and build a future professional learning network.  Unit 1: Entering the Job (week 1)  Unit 2: Unlock the classroom (week 2 +3)  Unit 3: The second staffroom (week 4) FULL PILOT SPRING 2019: STUDENT TEACHER MOOC OPTION MOOC lead: Bart Verswijvel Future Classroom Pedagogical Adviser, European Schoolnet E: bart.verswijvel@eun.org
  12. 12. 12 ActivityUnit Module A ‘anchor’ – 10 wks ActivityUnits Module B ‘shorter’ ActivityUnits Module A ‘anchor’ – 10 wks ActivityUnits Module C ‘shorter’ UnitsMOOC AUTUMN 2018 SPRING 2019 MOOC ref only options options options option OPEN PARTICIPATION Flexible implementation to fit with local curriculum and student teachers. FULL PILOT SPRING 2019: FLEXIBLE IMPLEMENTATION OPTIONS
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  15. 15. 15 ITELab (Initial Teachers Education Lab) is a Knowledge Alliance project between higher education institutions and industry to foster innovation and knowledge exchange in initial teacher education (ITE). Project number: 575828-EPP-1-2016-1-BE-EPPKA2-KA. It is co- funded under the European Commission’s Erasmus+ Programme from January 2017 to December 2019. This publication was created with the financial support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. This publication reflects the views only of the authors and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained herein. itelab.eun.org #ITELab_e u