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  1. Home Based Learning What, Why, When Who, Where, How

  2. What is home based learning? • Students are not in school due to school closure. • Students are expected to be at home learning but they can be anyway with a notebook and network connection. • Tutorials and lectures can be home based. • Practicals, a bit harder. • PE lessons, let’s wiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii

  3. Why home based learning? • Schools can close anytime. • If schools close too long, how can lessons continue? • Schools are expected to have in place home based learning within three working days of the start of school closure.

  4. When is home based learning? • I don’t know. Hopefully never.

  5. When is home based learning? • The next scheduled home based learning will be on 26 Feb 2009.

  6. Who is involved in home based learning in Term 1? • All IP1, IP2, JC1 students for 26 Feb

  7. Where? • Anyway with a notebook/computer and network connection.

  8. How to have home based learning? • These can be divided into two categories. • Asynchronous and Synchronous

  9. Synchronous examples we can relate to. • At the same time. • Eg, talking face to face. • Instant Messaging (when the other person is around) • Telephone call

  10. Asynchronous examples we can relate to. • Email (especially when the other person is not online or refuses to constantly check email) • Writing letters.

  11. Elearning Asynchronous • Blackboard • Breeze • Materials to download • Online quizes • Forums • Videos

  12. Elearning Synchronous • Instant Messaging (eg google talk, MSN) • Google presentations • Dimdim (one of the most complex but potentially the most useful replacement for lectures and tutorials)

  13. Introduction to dimdim • Video tutorials on dimdim can be found here. http://www.dimdim.com/demo/demo_4.html

  14. To check that everything is in place. • Go to http://75.101.248.167/dimdim/

  15. To check that everything is in place. • Start meetings.

  16. To check that everything is in place. • Start

  17. To check that everything is in place. • You will see this page. Ensure that there are three ticks. • It might be so fast that you don’t see this page at all.

  18. To check that everything is in place. • Once this page appears, it means everything is in place.

  19. To check that everything is in place. • Click Allow.

  20. We wish you a meaningful • HBL day on 26 Feb 2009. • Thank you.