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York PGCE WSI Session: Becoming and ICT Wizard

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Transcript of York PGCE WSI Session: Becoming and ICT Wizard

Standardtastic
AIMS
Become an
ICT Wizard

- Fifth-year History teacher
- Wetherby High School 2011-2014
- Huntington School 2014-
- Subject Lead for General Studies
- Developmental SLT
- Assistant Subject Leader History
Who's
this
guy?
Hugh Richards
Q
Questions, ideas, links to great stuff - anything you like.
Remember:
PGCEyork.wikispaces.com for This prezi and the booklet of ideas


A quick word about confidence
Less
confident
More
confident
4-
5-
8-
engagement
differentiation
share new tech with new colleagues
The Learning Spy
The one for our session is here: www.PGCEyork.wikispaces.com
+ plenty
more...
Have you tried switching it off and on again?
Wikispaces
You have probably come across wikis and how they work.
Show
you some
easy to use ICT
Start easy.
Have a practice.
Have a plan B
Don't
depend
on it working for That Massive Observation.
Check the school's ICT policy

TALK to your mentors, and if they aren't sure, find out who is in charge of the ICT policy and talk to them.

Be mindful of safeguarding and e-safety

Start a professional, but not school, email account.
- Log in safe even as you change school
- No spam in your school inbox.
The BIG WARNING
Do it by the
BOOK!
www.zygotebody.com
Make
it possible, whatever kit you have!
Ideas
for using
them in class
Some
little ICT
tips and tricks
A few top
tips for being
a better teacher
Throughout the session, write questions at:
http://bit.ly/PGCEICT
(more on padlet later)
Read a blog called
10 Silver Arrows
by @headguruteacher
Tips
and Tricks:
Generally!
Prezi is wonderful, and is getting easier and easier to use.

It can take time to learn well - instructions are best taken from their videos, but you need a bit of practice time!

http://pgceyork.wikispaces.com/Some+Prezis+by+MIsterHistry
In the classroom:
Homework help, especially links
Praising pupils
Lots of sites that collect tweets that include a particular hashtag
Questions from pupils on exam leave?
Involve parents?
Twitter
Collaborate: Google Drive
@learningspy
@realdcameron
@johntomsett
@headguruteacher
@thelazyteacher
Tips & Tricks
Use bit.ly to shorten links for students to write in planners etc.
insert 'ss' between the 'www.' and the 'y' in any YouTube video to download it!
For CPD and inspiration follow these people and click on hashtags that look interesting/subject specific: ITS ALL FREE
Remember the
paradox of teenage
life: expected to
behave like an adult
whilst being treated as a
child. Talk to all students
(tone, manner etc) as if they
are 3 years older than they are
- its what they aspire to!
check the booklet on the wiki for heaps of ideas how to use them
powerful collaborative tool for anyone in a school
Free educator upgrade - you need a school email to prove you teach
Video
and
Audio
Just before we start...
...consider this clip from 41 years ago.
The 1974 PGCE cohort will still be teaching.
Arthur C.
Clarke
1974
The best thing about
Tutorials!
Get older students to respond to a homework project with Moviemaker or iMovie and get
them to submit
via a link
Vast array of material for lessons: ALWAYS WATCH THROUGH FIRST, don't overuse
Investigate 'Flipped Classrooms' and try out uploading your own material for students to use at home
record classroom presentations instead of asking for notetaking - students can complete other tasks in response to presentations, e.g. writing down questions for discussion
Read Graham Nuthall
The Hidden Lives of Learners
99p for 3 months?!
Also this:
https://www.youtube.com/user/teachers

http://theinnovativeeducator.blogspot.co.uk/2010/02/100-video-sites-educators-should.html
100 video sites for teachers:
Set the scene, time an activity, play musical chairs to set up a peer marking session...
www.classtools.net
http://www.online-stopwatch.com/bomb-countdown/full-screen/
Random name generators
Fakebook
QR treasure hunt generator
Bits and bobs
Small, quick and easy!
Masses
more!
A
&
http://bit.ly/PGCEICT
Write content-filled songs as covers of pop tracks
http://edte.ch/blog/interesting-ways/
Loads of ideas here!
Consider students using their phones for research, organisation etc
Know your classes first, CHECK policies, advisability etc with your mentor
There must be loads more like it!
Worth looking into if you're more confident.

Google Forms my favourite!
Collaborative creation
Set up a Google account for your course, use Drive as a resource dropbox? ALL FREE!


Subject specific sites
@MisterHistry
https://www.google.com/culturalinstitute/asset-viewer/the-ambassadors/bQEWbLB26MG1LA?hl=en
If you (or some students) need cheering up...
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