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# Day 5

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1. Day 5 Planning & Practice ICT in MEIS Classrooms

2. Where are we now? Preparation ICT Integration in the Classroom Day 1, 2, 3,4 Application ICT Integration in the Classroom Day 5

3. Objective • To review TPACK lesson plans • To simulate & observe TPACK classroom lesson presentation

4. 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

5. Lesson Review

6. Lesson Plan Review • Didactic Characteristics Check • PBL Characteristics Check • TPACK Compliant • General comments

7. Lesson Plan Review • Didactic Characteristics Check • PBL Characteristics Check • TPACK Compliant • General comments

8. Didactic lesson Characteristic present and highlighted Mathematics Didactic Lesson

9. Lesson Plan Review • Didactic Characteristics Check • PBL Characteristics Check • TPACK Compliant • General comments

10. PBL lessons Characteristics present and highlighted English PBL Lesson

11. PBL Lessons Characteristics present and highlighted Mathematics PBL Lesson

12. PBL Lessons Characteristics present and highlighted Science PBL Lesson

13. Lesson Plan Review • Didactic Characteristics Check • PBL Characteristics Check • TPACK Compliant • General comments

14. General Comments • Merging of Characteristics • What is the problem?

15. Didactic Lesson Mathematics – Mergence:S-Activity, L-Check, Review

16. PBL Lesson Science – Mergence:Lesson ‘Objectives’ & PBL ‘Understand’

17. PBL Lesson Mathematics – Mergence:Lesson ‘Objectives’ & PBL ‘Understand’

18. 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

19. What is the problem? Mathematics - What is the problem? Mathematics Use of Venn Diagrams to Solve Problems http://library.thinkquest.org/4471/howto8.htm

20. Is the problem real? English - Is the problem real for the students?

21. 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

22. Lesson Plan Review • Didactic Characteristics Check • PBL Characteristics Check • TPACK Compliant • General comments

23. TPACK Compliant TCK, TPK, TPCK present & highlighted

24. Lesson Plan Review • Didactic Characteristics Check • PBL Characteristics Check • TPACK Compliant • General comments

25. General Comments • Need to check for elements of TPACK throughout lesson • Need to interrogate that TPACK elements are really there

26. TPACK Compliant TK listed – but where is TCK? TPK? TPCK?

27. Is it really TPK? • Is this really TPACK? Or is it TCK? Or is it TPK? • Is this really ‘Gather’?

28. Key Points

29. 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

30. 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

31. Final Outputs

32. Send the final lesson set per subject (final artifacts) to _____________for uploading onto the portal