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Interactive white boards
Transcript of Interactive white boards
Are like this. They dont tell us to look
The Window. Most windows
Are about the view. The golden Goblet
1930 Wine Gold Glass http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/datablog/interactive/2012/oct/01/first-world-war-royal-navy-ships-mapped Marc Prensky Thinking in parallel Short and holographic attention spans Brain Plasticity Computers are changing the machinery
we use to think The Quinn Effect Irish Digital natives Who and what are they?
We must keep in mind that outside all the Hoopla, today is about some teachers coming together to try and use a teaching tool more, so that their teaching can become better. 1.1We teach with narrative 1.2What teachers make
This is coming soon 1.3Analysis of effect
It cannot be adoption for the sake of it. We are looking for things which will make our delivery better 2Smart_VET
This is a European project 2.1Partners
A group in Italy, a group in Holland, the ncte, Wicklow VEC, City College Norwich,. It’s an old black and white movie 2.2Funding
Europe. 2.3Champions 2.3.1Into the whirlwind http://www.infrae.com/presentations/present_OSSWATCH_osmodel/techcycle We are probably in the gap between the visionaries and the pragmatists. 2.3.2not experts, but players in the field
And this is important. We all know the techies, who will point us at something new wonderful flaky and wobbling between late alpha and early beta. We don’t trust them as a result of long experience. In Ireland we sit it a cultural matrix, and part of this matrix is the Celtic tradition of narrative. its not all big stories. We can do it in two sentences 2.5Part of the celtic tradition is circumlocution a spiral narrative telling the end of a story followed by the beginning. That is what I am going to do in this seminar. Straight Mali with effects Whats this about. Its about teaching, which is communication. This is not me.Its Taylor Mali. And quite simply he said it better. 3.1I've got a tick box sheet
Actually I’ve got two of them. So Lets look
at the SLO's (Section 12). Remember when I was talking about spiral story telling?
This is where that comes in.
I’m starting with something called @Seminar Two" and we will proceed in due course in a Celtic direction, to "Seminar One" 3.1.1opening and saving pages 3.1.2 Pens 3.1.3highlighters 3.1.4erasers 3.1.5Shapes 3.1.6text 3.1.6text 3.1.7camera 3.1.8screen image 3.1.9spotlight Video linking
importing and exporting files 3.1.11Locating Resources
in the inbuilt gallery
Smart Exchange http://exchange.smarttech.com/#tab=0 01 Calibrating the board 3.1.13Show examples of
done, more to come 3.1.14Ensure that teachers
have an interactive experience,
every body shake hands... Think of a course on Windows 4.1catches 4.2curtians 4.3blackout blind 4.4 locks 4.5Look out
the window 4.5.1 Beatrice Warde
Golden Goblet You dont see the glass What is out there Photosynth
http://photosynth.net/view.aspx?cid=d8594ae2-f2da-464d-afe7-0e136861e6a1 1stworld war ships
http://www.gapminder.org/world/#$majorMode=chart$is;shi=t;ly=2003;lb=f;il=t;fs=11;al=30;stl=t;st=t;nsl=t;se=t$wst;tts=C$ts;sp=5.59290322580644;ti=2011$zpv;v=1$inc_x;mmid=XCOORDS;iid=phAwcNAVuyj1jiMAkmq1iMg;by=ind$inc_y;mmid=YCOORDS;iid=phAwcNAVuyj2tPLxKvvnNPA;by=ind$inc_s;uniValue=8.21;iid=phAwcNAVuyj0XOoBL_n5tAQ;by=ind$inc_c;uniValue=255;gid=CATID0;by=grp$map_x;scale=log;dataMin=282;dataMax=119849$map_y;scale=lin;dataMin=12;dataMax=83$map_s;sma=49;smi=2.65$cd;bd=0$inds=;example=75 Net Logo modelling
This is on the thumb drive wikimap app
http://www.wikimindmap.org/ Lateral Thinking A notebook is a record
of a class so what can it do? Print out handouts for review Allow missing students to catch up in difretiated delivery,
Peer teaching 5Now what do
you want to do? 5.1Teaching styles
Just like learning styles,
we also have teaching styles.
Google search for images http://survivingtheworld.net/Lesson1406.html Teaching style depends on context the students and the subject. This can change from day to day, from minute to minute 5.1.1Youthreach and Adult
This remains the question. 5.2Training
County Wicklow VEC Schedule of teacher Seminars and Workshops to be delivered by Smart_VET champions.
Seminar 1 Seminar 2 Seminar 3 5.2 Training program timetable
Workshop 1 Workshop 2 Workshop 3
Blessington FEC 5th October 2012 12th October, 2012 5th November 2012 5th November 2012 Tbc: February (Week1/2) Tbc: April (Week 2)
Bray Adult Education Centre tbc tbc tbc tbc Tbc: February (Week1/2) Tbc: April (Week 2)
Bray Youthreach 8th October, 2012 8th October, 2012 30th October, 2012 30th October, 2012 Tbc: February (Week1/2) Tbc: April (Week 2)
Bray Institute of Further Education tbc tbc tbc tbc Tbc: February (Week1/2) Tbc: April (Week 2)
Arklow FEC YR: 4th October, 2012
VTOS/ABE: 8th October, 2012 YR: 4th october, 2012
VTOS/ABE: 8th October, 2012 tbc tbc Tbc: February (Week1/2) Tbc: April (Week 2) 5.2.1Seminars
This is the first two seminars.
What and how we cut up the rest of the program
is up to you 5.2.2Workshops
These will be more hands on
and collaborative. Aimed at
getting some piece of teaching
practice off the ground, and
documenting the planning and
delivery of the same 5.2.3What software to use
The whiteboard software is downloadable, or disks will be available. Its on all the machines. It comes as a thirty day free trial, and if you have an activation code from the centre that can be turned into a full version. 5.2.4Deliver an IWB lesson
This I have just done. 5.2.5Discuss how helps effective learning
IWB’s add diversity to delivery. It remains primarily a whole class teaching tool. There has been a lot of info about group work, and independent and collaborative learning using IWB’s but I don’t find this entirely persuasive. Sweep report, Manchester Metropolitan university report to the department for education and skills. 5.2.6 How they mediate
different learning Needs Prensky Digital natives.
Meme’s versus the paper.
Reality of digital
natives in adult ed.
Novelty value can persist
for over a month! Benifits of IWB's for Adult ed and training 5.2.7Show teachers how to access the CPD materials
See appendix 1 5.2.8 Pick dates for seminars 2 and 3
Number two has been picked, we just had it, seminar 3 should be in about 3 weeks time, but has to be negotiated. I need to have a clearer idea of what we will be doing and how all this will tie in with the workshops. 5.2.9discuss the etuition comunity of practice
how it works It’s a closed space on the net where we can share stuff.
A community of practice (CoP) is, according to cognitive anthropologists Jean Lave and Etienne Wenger, a group of people who share a craft and/or a 5.2.10
Check that teachers are up
to speed with the project
Lets Talk! I am a computational chemist Transition states FIT fast track into information technology Ireland County Wicklow VEC IVEA Irish vocational education association
ENAIP FVG EnAIP Friuli Venezia Giulia iTALY TELLConsult Technology Enhanced Lifelong Learning Consult City College Norwich NCTE National Centre for Technology in Education http://knoji.com/images/user/009McGill%20medical%20lecture%20theatre.gif Jurgen Habermas
Step out from our own shadow The Medium as the mesage
Game based learning
The rhetoric of narative