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E-Learning Part 2

Term 1 Understanding the problem. Term 2 One small step for you, one giant leap for CCC

Simon Winchcombe

on 4 January 2010

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Transcript of E-Learning Part 2

E-Learning Phase 2 Review of last term Inset training:
It's Learning

SIMs training
Data Management

School Visits
Voting tools
2010 Audit Transfer
of data into SIMs Setting goals Technology will contribute towards
1.personalising the learning experience - resulting in improved learner engagement and learning outcomes
2.creating a flexible learning environment so that resources can be accessed whenever and wherever they are needed, including from home
3.supporting all staff, through professional development, and providing tools for collaboration, management and administration
4.enabling secure and reliable communications between the school and parents, other schools, the local authority and children's services.
Technology for teaching should:
1.ensure that all staff are motivated and skilled in the use of technology
2.enable a culture of continuous development of technical skills
3.enable teachers to access a wide range of multimedia and digital resources
4.enable technology to be used in a wide range of learning spaces in the school and with variety of different group sizes
5.enable teachers to create, use and adapt teaching resources created by themselves and others
6.support work planning and monitoring, for groups and individuals.
Our Learning platform should provide a range of ICT-based functions:
Content management - enabling teaching staff to create, store and repurpose resources and coursework which can be accessed online
Curriculum mapping and planning - providing tools and storage to support assessment for learning, personalisation, lesson planning etc.
Learner engagement and administration - enabling access to pupil information, attendance, timetabling, e-portfolios and management information
Tools and services - providing communication tools such as; email, messaging, discussion forums and blogs.
Our learning platform is therefore not a single 'off the shelf' product but a collection of tools that are designed to support teaching, learning, management and administration.
Our Learning platform should provide a range of ICT-based functions:

Content management

Curriculum mapping and planning

Learner engagement and administration

Tools and services
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