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E learning and ILT

  1. E-learning and ILT for RACC Tutors Supporting Links and Resources
  2. FELTAG Principles • Horizon Scanning- Everyone must fully understand future technological development and its potential for teaching, learning and assessment in vocational and adult education. • Learners must be empowered to fully exploit their own understanding of, and familiarity with digital technology for their own learning. • 10% online delivery. Start now
  3. Excellent Practice • Facilitate collaboration • Fully Support student learning and achievement outside the classroom using on-line learning communities and social media • Provide opportunities for peer to peer and 1-2-1 tutor support outside the classroom • Use mobile devices to check student learning and progress in the class and capture lesson content
  4. Excellent Practice • Help learners develop and review their personal learning plans (eTracker) • Use extra online resources to stretch and challenge all students. Early finishers can research and share content for others • All assignments and activities to be online • Record and report on learners’ progress using ILT • Actively encourage the development of ILT skills in all learners • Identify and disseminate good practice in your team
  5. 30 ICT Tips in 30 minutes Presentation and Lesson Capture Interaction Collaboration Social Media
  6. 30 ICT Tips in 30 minutes Presentation and Lesson Capture
  7. Stretch and Challenge your Powerpoint • Annotate and record in-class contribution to your presentations using the ink tool • Narrate and record your voice over Powerpoint • Use powerpoint actions to make interactive slides and simple games (e.g maths)
  8. Recording Audio Use the sound recorder built into your mobile phone or one of the college Ipads or Laptops to record your lesson Examples • Voice to accompany a presentation • Reflective Journals for learners • Interviews and Role Plays • Classroom Q/As which are being assessed(learners in mini groups with mobiles) • Reflections on creative work • Don’t forget to share the file when it is finished Find examples of podcasts online for more ideas
  9. Capture your screen with Jing • Take short videos of your computer screen to share with your learners • Ideal for software demonstrations • For more advanced screen capture – refer to camtasia
  10. Prezi • Jazz up your presentations - ideal for subjects where you want more dynamism or creative flow • rookie-presentation-mistakes/ • Prezi can import powerpoint slides • Find an example to suit your curriculum
  11. Video Use a learners mobile phone or an iPad to make news reports for humanities, english and language classes Share these files through social media into a facebook group or onto a shared dropbox area that your class has access to
  12. E-learning design • Using advanced powerpoint features provides you with the principles of e-learning • There are some tools publicly available to enable the creation of more complex e-learning materials without knowing programming. • Examples of these are: • Glo - • Articulate Studio/Story Line - • Adobe Captivate -
  13. 30 ICT Tips in 30 minutes Interaction
  14. Countdown… • Creating a sense of urgency and immediacy within a lesson • Setup an online stopwatch or interactive countdown timer go to • • Egg Timer • full-screen/
  15. Pollanywhere • Use Polleverywhere to setup a voting system that makes use of learners mobile devices to enable you to get instant feedback. • Here are a few ways to use PollEverywhere in your classroom: – Check for understanding after a difficult lesson – Do Now! activity when students walk into a class – Make classroom decisions (How much more time do you need on the paper?) – Assign as a homework assignment (ex: Answer the poll by midnight) – Keep track of student progress during in-class assessment (ex: Text “Done” to the poll when you are finished) • • classroom-uses-2/ • QHXap2M8
  16. Socrativ • For highly interactive feedback during classes using mobile devices setup an account on – Multiple Choice – True/False – Q/A Join my room - aa3ef945
  17. Survey Monkey • Design your own online surveys for your classes on • Can be used for pre-course questionnaires, automating administration, quick end of class or mid – term surveys. • Example •
  18. Use Ipad Accessibility features • Voiceover – touch the screen to hear what is on it • Assistive Touch – use a single finger to create gestures • Guided Access – improve focus on a single app • Facetime – Use Facetime for signing and non verbal communication • • Think of a creative use of these technologies in your lesson
  19. 30 ICT Tips in 30 minutes Collaboration
  20. Google Apps • Make a Google account and edit live Google documents with your colleagues: • Use Google Drive or Dropbox as a shared file area to store files for your class • Examples : Joint reports, team working briefs, creative files, sound-bytes, photographs • wXkugHQbbA2ILrjsFqysvclJCbul2I3Oc912D8/pres ent#slide=id.i0
  21. Setup a website or blog for your class • Encourage learners to develop an online presence • Create an online CV • Make an online portfolio • Used for reflective journaling • 100s of themes • • •
  22. Encourage Discussion and Sharing • Setup an online discussion forum in class use • Learners can contribute, collaborate and share resources online on any topic • e.g share recipes, share language tips and links, explore history, research science • • Find an example for your own curriculum area
  23. ILT for Rehearsal and Performance • Make a digital multimedia backdrop for a performance • Learners can research idea images, sound and resources and make a timed powerpoint backdrop or small video file . Play this in the background behind a practical performance. • Helps with Cueing, Videoing the work acts as evidence Tools used • Windows movie maker • iMovie • Adobe Premiere
  24. Moodle – best practice • Departmental reviews of Moodle have identified the following best practice – Resources well organised by Date and by Subject, descriptions of sections and units, and by module leader – On-going use of online assessment for formative and summative work – Resources refreshed regularly – Centralised resources reduce duplication and improve quality (if a course is repeat taught) – Encouragement of lesson capture (filming or screen recording) – Active use of Forums – regular posting and learner interaction – Tutors bring tablets into the class or use/share learner mobiles to encourage interaction with the VLE – Management - Online shared areas for staff resources (adapt this slide to reference your area for shared resources)
  25. E-tracker • An online ILP – ‘myprogress’ • Puts the learner in the centre of progress • Creates a dashboard of data about your learner • Allows ongoing assessment and learner tracking • Training will be provided on this for all staff
  26. 30 ICT Tips in 30 minutes Social Media
  27. Pinterest • An Online picture board • Encourage learners to create picture boards on a topic e.g storyboarding for interior design or typography for graphic design -for-teachers/ • 37-ways-teachers-can-use-pinterest-in-the- classroom/
  28. Twitter • Creating a hashtag on specific topics to create a conversation with your learners or to encourage research • Instant Feedback • Follow industry professionals to stretch learning and aspiration • Twitter for teachers: html
  29. Facebook • Create a closed group on Facebook for your class and other staff teaching your course – Share resources, links and updates – Encourage learners to support each other outside of the lesson – Do not friend learners • 100 ways to use Facebook in your classroom • ways-to-use-facebook-in-education-by-category/
  30. Next Steps • Take these slides and adapt them to suit your audience and context (both staff and learners!) • More resources can be found on moodle in the virtual staff room in the Teaching and Learning / ILT and VLE area • Help and support from the LRC and the eLearning Champions • Follow me on twitter on @manojnanda for more links and tips
  31. Other Resources for teachers Effective ICT : 20 tips for 20 tutors and more.. Detailed training for Office 2013 Keeping up to date Mobile Apps organised by learning activity: For more information and support with any of the software associated to this presentation contact