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elearning Strategy Tuesday 8 th September 2009 What elearning is not . . . A big virtual library in the sky A website A database of information A set of frequently asked questions An isolated activity What is elearning?

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elearning Strategy

Tuesday 8th September 2009


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What elearning is not . . .

  • A big virtual library in the sky

  • A website

  • A database of information

  • A set of frequently asked questions

  • An isolated activity


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What is elearning?

  • Teaching and learning online, delivered, anywhere, anytime, any place, using communication tools, content and resources which can be accessed online.

  • It is an interactive learning experience delivered over the Internet, normally through a virtual learning environment (VLE).  It may or may not include face-to-face interaction with tutors/teachers and others.


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OLTE elearning

  • Collaborative learning experience

  • Community of learners

  • Blended

  • Tutor facilitated


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Ultimate aims

  • Wider choice and increased access to courses;

  • More personalised learning appropriate to individual needs;

  • Increased access to resources and tutors;

  • Increased motivation;

  • Increased participation levels;

  • Improved results.


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Strategic Context

  • Entitlement Framework : 2006

  • Empowering Schools Strategy : 2003

  • An Evaluation of the Use and Impact of Learning Environments in Schools and in the Wider Education Service : October 2008

  • The Education and Training Inspectorate Chief Inspector’s Report 2006-2008

  • An Evaluation by the Education & Training Inspectorate of Information & Communication Technology (ICT) in Special Schools May 2007

  • An Evaluation of Information & Communication Technology in Post-Primary Schools 2006

  • An Evaluation by the Education & Training Inspectorate of Information & Communication Technology in Primary Schools May 2005


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Empowering Schools Strategy

A ‘unified approach to elearning’ with the following priorities:

  • Enhancing practice for learners

  • Enhancing professional practice for teachers and leaders

  • Enhancing professional support services for schools

  • Innovating with the infrastructure, the connectivity and the school estate [Page 5]


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DE funds OLTE to:

  • Develop online tutor skills of teachers

  • Widen curriculum provision and meet the Entitlement Framework

  • Assist teachers design and develop accredited online programmes of study

  • Foster collaboration across learning communities


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ETI Learning Environment Survey

“[schools should avail of the] opportunities presented by the effective deployment of learning technologies to contribute to institutional effectiveness and improvement.” [P36]


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Today’s focus is to:

  • Identify the right subject

  • Identify the right person

  • Consider potential long term, sustainable online courses

  • Consider how to optimise the opportunity offered by OLTE for your school and learning community



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OLTE Strategic Aims

  • To foster a strategic approach to embedding elearning;

  • To encourage leaders to develop a strategic plan;

  • To encourage leaders to deploy learning technologies to enhance organisational effectiveness and improvement;

  • To develop an “emature” approach to the monitoring and evaluation of elearning for long term sustainability;

  • To provide opportunities to develop collaborative elearning communities.


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Unit 1

Introduction to Online Tutor Skills

Unit 2

Design, Implement and Tutor an Online Lesson

Unit 3

Design, Implement and Tutor an Online Programme

Online Learning and Teaching for Educators Certificate

OCN Level 4



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elearning Activity Strategic Choices


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2007/08

GCSE Physics

GCSE History Revision

CoPE

GCSE Engineering

2008/09

French Business Language Competence (OCR Level 2)

GCSE LLW

AS Maths

A Level Engineering (Unit 1)

Sample Courses


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Commentsfrom External Moderator

“. . . extremely impressed by the programme and think it to be one of most effective, well structured and delivered programmes of its kind”

Dr Chris Comber


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