Day 5

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**Day 5**Planning & Practice ICT in MEIS Classrooms**Where are we now?**Preparation ICT Integration in the Classroom Day 1, 2, 3,4 Application ICT Integration in the Classroom Day 5**Objective**• To review TPACK lesson plans • To simulate & observe TPACK classroom lesson presentation**Expected Outputs**• Observation reports on micro-teaching episodes • Revised lesson plan sets per subject for teacher application in the classroom • One lesson in Didactic Approach • One lesson in PBL Approach**Lesson Plan Review**• Didactic Characteristics Check • PBL Characteristics Check • TPACK Compliant • General comments**Lesson Plan Review**• Didactic Characteristics Check • PBL Characteristics Check • TPACK Compliant • General comments**Didactic lesson**Characteristic present and highlighted Mathematics Didactic Lesson**Lesson Plan Review**• Didactic Characteristics Check • PBL Characteristics Check • TPACK Compliant • General comments**PBL lessons**Characteristics present and highlighted English PBL Lesson**PBL Lessons**Characteristics present and highlighted Mathematics PBL Lesson**PBL Lessons**Characteristics present and highlighted Science PBL Lesson**Lesson Plan Review**• Didactic Characteristics Check • PBL Characteristics Check • TPACK Compliant • General comments**General Comments**• Merging of Characteristics • What is the problem?**Didactic Lesson**Mathematics – Mergence:S-Activity, L-Check, Review**PBL Lesson**Science – Mergence:Lesson ‘Objectives’ & PBL ‘Understand’**PBL Lesson**Mathematics – Mergence:Lesson ‘Objectives’ & PBL ‘Understand’**What is the Problem?**Problem ‘Hook’ or ‘Understand’ in PBL In the lesson you need to write the question or scenario that you (the teacher) will put to the students You can… • begin with a problem or scenario that students recognize as being "real" • begin with students asking questions about the world around them, and lead them to the types of questions that address the lesson objectives • develop authentic investigations in which students do real Mathematics, English or Science • begin with news articles • use literature or movies as springboards to discuss how things really work**What is the problem?**Mathematics - What is the problem? Mathematics Use of Venn Diagrams to Solve Problems http://library.thinkquest.org/4471/howto8.htm**Is the problem real?**English - Is the problem real for the students?**Is the problem real?**English - Is the problem real for the students? British Council – Culture – A Night Out in Newcastle – Things to do in a city at night http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/lesson-plans/a-night-out-newcastle**Lesson Plan Review**• Didactic Characteristics Check • PBL Characteristics Check • TPACK Compliant • General comments**TPACK Compliant**TCK, TPK, TPCK present & highlighted**Lesson Plan Review**• Didactic Characteristics Check • PBL Characteristics Check • TPACK Compliant • General comments**General Comments**• Need to check for elements of TPACK throughout lesson • Need to interrogate that TPACK elements are really there**TPACK Compliant**TK listed – but where is TCK? TPK? TPCK?**Is it really TPK?**• Is this really TPACK? Or is it TCK? Or is it TPK? • Is this really ‘Gather’?**Lesson Observations – Preparation**• 6 presentations We have two lesson plans produced by two sub-groups in each subject • Each sub-group to choose & prepare one activity from the plan that can be completed in 10 mins – introduction, main activity & conclusion • Prepare and practice with technology resources • Choose one group member to present the lesson • See the observation tool for the lesson Time allocated for preparation 1 hour**Lesson Simulations, Observation & Revision**• Lesson presentations of 10 mins each • Other groups will play two roles: • the first role is observers (collecting data with the observation tool) and • the second role as students to whom the lesson is presented. • Groups to record observation with tool in rotation • Feedback and discussion of 10 mins after each lesson • Final revision of lesson plans for application in classroom practice Time allocated for preparation 2 hours**Send the final lesson set per subject (final artifacts) to**_____________for uploading onto the portal