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DIVERSE 2013 - keynote

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ICT
OER
PD
Internet-based
resources
open questioning and whole class dialogue
promoting
pair / group work

Faculty of Education, Centre for Commonwealth Education &
Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies,
University of Cambridge
ICT-rich lessons
Open (digital)
Educational
Resources
Lack of skills
Lack of confidence
Lack of training
Try out the wiki resources...
Björn Haßler
bjohas@gmail.com
(except where indicated;
3rd party images and logos)
focussed
activities
other OERs
and digital resources
background
reading
pedagogical ideas
and lesson plans
audio
resources
lesson video clips
texts
OER4Schools Programme
classroom trialling
and peer observation
post-lesson reflection /
audio diary /
colleagues in workshop
new technique
reflection on
current practice /
drawing on prior
knowledge
trialling with peers
in workshop
video as stimulus and
critique another teacher's
practice
MOBILE technologies, such as netbooks, wikireaders, tablets, calculators, ...
group work
whole class dialogue and questioning
assessment and lesson pacing
enquiry-based
& project-based learning
sharing the vision with parents, other teachers, and schools
Supporting interactive teaching in science & maths with & without ICT
www.oer4schools.org
educator
notes
http://www.oer4schools.org
motivating students and teachers
Games
mobile apps
(low power, robust)
(low bandwidth, download)
Pedagogy
lesson
planning
modify practice
ICT as discrete subject vs. integrated
ICT lab vs. classroom / mobile use
Björn Haßler
use of available resources,
integrating ICT with other resources
focus on learning

focus on participation

... for all students

The issues:

Not all children are in school
Children often have a poor experience in school
School-based teacher education
Reform teacher education curriculum
Reform school curriculum
Teacher professional development and achieving UPE (the 2nd MDG)
What do we do?
to increase quality and numbers
primary teacher
Grade 7 pupils
group work
college lecturer
college students
group work
Rigorous evaluation
shows improvement of
teaching & learning
What is the ICT? Open Source?

What are the pedagogies
(or teaching strategies)?

Are there OERs?
"modelling"
"teach-plan-reflect"
How does
the programme
work?
How are the children interacting?

Are the children focussed on learning?

Is the computer used for information or for learning?
Investigating rectangles
with Geogebra
Sara Hennessy, Janet Blair
Faculty of Education
Teacher professional learning with digital media:
The OER4Schools programme in sub-Saharan Africa

Teacher Education Resources!
OER Freedom 1:
Legal freedom
OER Freedom 2:
Technical freedom
OER Freedom 3:
Educational freedom
Participation:
Ownership
Participation:
Dialogue
Participation:
Choice

Information
Consultation
Deciding together
Acting together
Supporting independent community interests
Five stances of participation
(David Wilcox, based on Sherry Arnstein)
(UNESCO Community discussion, "Access to OER" , 2009)
How can 20th century education systems
cope with 21st century demands?
How can we address local and global inequality?

How can we meet the basic right to quality education?
www.oer4schools.org
1-2 years of (bi-)weekly sessions
organised in 5 units
Use of video
Information vs. Education
ICT use within
the programme
How were the videos made?
What do we use?
Open Office
EtherPad
Geogebra
Scratch
Mindmapping
What we would like use
Photo story telling
Video editing
Devices?
... Android tablets (not phones)
... Ubuntu tablets???
"training"

one-size-fits-all

one-day course

technical focus / technical experts

models of “best practice”
Challenges
Low cost video capture / editing? Classroom capture for T.Ed.?
Open Video Content
OER for teacher education?
Intensive planning and preparation
Dual camera (XDCAM + DSLR; some dual A1)
Sync + FCP multicam
www.oer4schools.org
Appropriate ICTs ? Tablets?
Lack of skills
Lack of confidence
Lack of training
legal freedom
technical freedom
educational freedom
OER freedoms
© worldbank.org/education (April 2013)
video & stills
secure
case for
server
UPS
Internet from VSAT
Internet to school
How will they be made?
?
papers are available
and collaborations
video
Our team!
People sleep in lectures.
But this is a lecture!
Developing quality content takes time.
in many places in sub-Saharan Africa
Primary Secondary Tertiary
Life long
in primary &
secondary
How do we
do this?
Eness, with Grade 3
Chimwemwe community school
http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Zambia_(orthographic_projection).svg
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Za-map.png
© Google Maps
Zambia
Ceci n'est pas une conférence.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/36/Decorated_pipe.jpg
Demonstrated enquiry
Structured enquiry
Problem-solving enquiry
Independent enquiry
a
learning experience
Lars' Pi
How do you know it's quality?
Can we share more? How do we share more?
Fancy some writing?
One way of coping with new demands?
One thing that you would change?
One thing that increases quality?
think-pair-share
think-pair-share
think-pair-share
What are you learning in this video about science?

What are you learning about
teaching practice?
video
think-pair-share
video
think-pair-share
low HDI (163/187)

passive, rote learning,
copying from board;

misalignment between theory & practice
Aggie
Chalimbana Basic School
Abel
Chalimbana Basic School
Abel Makonga
Chalimbana Basic School, Zambia
OER4Schools
think-pair-share
Classification
of animals
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