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eLA 2013 Namibia

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Transcript of eLA 2013 Namibia

freely available on internet
easy to download
multiple formats
share on flash sticks
ICT
OER
PD
Internet-based
resources
open questioning and whole class dialogue
promoting
pair / group work

Centre for Commonwealth Education, University of Cambridge
Abel Makonga
Chalimbana Basic School, Zambia
ICT-rich lessons
Open (digital)
Educational
Resources
Lack of skills
Lack of confidence
Lack of training
Try out the wiki resources...
bjohas@gmail.com abel.makonga@chalimbana.org
(except 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
http://tinyurl.com/OER4schools
OER4Schools Programme
Conducting and trialling the process through
partnership

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, ...
affiliated colleges
group work
whole class dialogue and questioning
assessment and lesson pacing
enquiry-based learning
sharing the vision with parents, other teachers, and schools
reflective practice
Supporting interactive teaching in science & maths with & without ICT
educator
notes
A multimedia professional development resource to support interactive teaching using ICT in Zambia
http://www.oer4schools.org
How to use the resource:
working with colleagues
initial teacher education
distance learning
adapt or use parts
make your own course
self study
motivating students and teachers
Games
mobile apps
(low power, robust)
(low bandwidth, download)
Pedagogy
Whole school trial at Chalimbana Basic School
2013
all teachers
Grades 1 - 12
peer facilitator with remote support
two year-long programme
participatory approach
2012
lesson
planning
modify practice
What was the teacher able to achieve in this small group work that would be difficult in the whole class?

How did the use of ICT help the learners’ enquiry?

OER4Schools Resource
www.oer4schools.org
Bjoern Hassler and Sara Hennessy
More info:
use available resources
integrating ICT with other resources
focus on learning

focus on participation

... for all students

The issues:

Not enough children in school
Children have a poor experience in school
School-based teacher education
Reform teacher education curriculum
Reform school curriculum
Teacher professional development and achieving UPE
What do you do?
Increase
quality?
Turn to your neighbour:

Introduce yourself.

Share your "effective teaching idea" ( your phrase)
Turn to your neighbour:

What questions do you have?



Abel Makonga
Chalimbana Basic School, Zambia
Bjoern Hassler
Centre for Commonwealth Education, University of Cambridge
Lack of skills
Lack of confidence
Lack of training
A practical introduction to OER4School: Support interactive teaching of mathematics and science
As effective teachers, we use student centred methods.
As effective teachers, we use peer interaction.
As effective teachers, we talk less and students talk more.
As effective teachers, we do
project-based learning.
As effective teachers, we use open-ended questions.
What is interactive
teaching?
Let me tell you
a story
Now, have you learned
what interactive teaching is?
Rigorous evaluation
shows improvement of
teaching & learning

What was the teacher able to achieve in this small group work that would be difficult in the whole class?

How did the use of ICT help the learners’ enquiry?

What is the ICT?

What are the pedagogies
(or teaching strategies)?

What is the OER?

"teach-plan-reflect"
Think of an idea
for effective teaching

Take 30 sec ... (one short phrase)
How does
the programme
work?

How are the children interacting?

Are the children focussed on learning?

What learning is taking place?
Investigating rectangles
with Geogebra

think-pair-share
Take a flyer!
eLearning Africa 2013
OER Platforms, Practice,
and Trends
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