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E-learning at Rangitoto College. Claire Amos [email protected] Part One. What is e-learning? Why is e-learning important for our students?. What is e-learning?.

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part one
Part One
  • What is e-learning?
  • Why is e-learning important for our students?
what is e learning
What is e-learning?

The Ministry of Education defines e-Learning as learning that is enabled or supported with the use of information and communication technologies (ICT).

Source: www.minedu.govt.nz

why is e learning important
Why is e-learning important?

Information and communication technology (ICT) has a major impact on the world in which young people live. Similarly, e-learning has considerable potential to support effective teaching approaches.

Source: New Zealand Curriculum

why is e learning important1
Why is e-learning important?

E-learning can assist the making of connections by enabling students to enter and explore new learning environments, overcoming barriers of distance and time

Source: New Zealand Curriculum

why is e learning important2
Why is e-learning important?

E-learning can facilitate shared learning by enabling students to join or create communities of learners that extend well beyond the classroom

Source: New Zealand Curriculum

why is e learning important3
Why is e-learning important?

E-learning can assist in the creation of supportive learning environmentsby offering resources that take account of individual, cultural, or developmental differences

Source: New Zealand Curriculum

why is e learning important4
Why is e-learning important?

E-learning can enhance opportunities to learn by offering students virtual experiences and tools that save them time, allowing them to take their learning further.

Source: New Zealand Curriculum

are we teaching them
Are we teaching them?

Source: Adapted from

‘Education Today and Tomorrow’

by Tom Woodward

benefits of e learning
Benefits of e-learning

Benefits to school learners with access to e-Learning include:

  • Motivation and engagement
  • Independence and personalised learning
  • Critical thinking and multiliteracies
  • Access to information, resources and experts

Source: ‘e-Learning and New Zealand schools: a literature review’ by Dr Noelene Wright

hebrew proverb
- Hebrew Proverb

Do not confine your children to your own learning for they were born in another time.

part two
Part Two
  • Some simple software and strategies for introducing e-learning
wikis or intranet class pages
Wikis (or intranet class pages)

A wiki is simply an easy to edit website. A wiki can be used to create an online community for your class. Things you could provide for your students include:

  • Links to resources and websites e.g. NZQA, studyit etc
  • Upload handouts, assignments, support of extension material
  • Embed videos, podcasts, slideshows
  • Discussion forums
  • Virtual knowledge walls
blogs
Blogs

A blog (a blend of the term web log)is a type of website or part of a website. Blogs are usually maintained by an individual with regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other material such as graphics or video. Entries are commonly displayed in reverse-chronological order. Blog can also be used as a verb, meaning to maintain or add content to a blog.

Possible uses: practice (or summative) essays or learning journal

blog benefits
Blog benefits

Students who chose to write their essays as blogs were:

  • More likely to meet deadlines
  • More likely to act upon feedback/next steps
  • More likely to read each other’s work
blogs student voice
Blogs – student voice

Other positive feedback from the students:

  • Liked that they often got quick feedback
  • Liked that they built up an “online portfolio” of writing
  • Liked that they could use spell check and easily fix errors
  • Liked the sense of a public presence and that they had an audience
google docs
Google Docs

Create and share your work online with Google Docs

  • Upload your files from your desktop: It's easy to get started and it's free!
  • Access anywhere: Edit and view your docs from any computer or smart phone.
  • Share your work: Real-time collaboration means work gets done more quickly.
google forms
Google Forms

Online forms, quizzes, surveys that can be created and embedded or emailed. Responses are recorded directly on a spreadsheet.

How you could use Google forms:

  • Gather information about students
  • Gather feedback
  • Gather student voice
  • Other ideas?
using the technology in their pockets
Using the technology in their pockets
  • Most students have a camera, video camera and voice recorder in their pocket – are you making use of it?
  • You can also use bluetooth to transfer files to your teacher or students' mobiles - imagine the possibilities!
  • What are the other potential uses?
digistore
Digistore
  • Digistore is a storehouse of digital content to support learning across the curriculum, from early childhood through to senior secondary.
  • http://digistore.tki.org.nz
  • An exciting new feature of Digistore 2.0 is the ability to create Learning Paths, a collection or sequence of learning content interwoven with teacher comments and descriptions that can be created for a particular audience eg: Students, Teachers, parents or as a personal collection.
software for learning
Software for Learning
  • The Software for Learning website informs and supports teachers to select and integrate software as part of a rich learning environment.
  • Software for Learning lists quality software recommended by New Zealand teachers for use in schools and early childhood programmes. Software includes social software, freeware and non-freeware.
  • http://softwareforlearning.tki.org.nz/
facebook
Facebook
  • You can use Facebook safely with students. You need to ensure everyone has set privacy settings, and create a “group” rather than making students a “friend” students
  • Facebook in Education Page:To serve as an ongoing resource for information about how educators can best use Facebook
  • Possible uses: post resources, useful links, great for discussion and online support.
twitter as a pln
Twitter as a PLN
  • MinEducationNZ
  • Edscapes PPTA Professional
  • edconnectnzEdconnect
  • tedtalksTEDTalks Updates
  • TKINewZealand Te KeteIpurangi
  • TEDxAklTedxAkl
  • educationweek Education Week
  • TeachersTV Teachers TV
  • netsafeNZNetSafe NZ
  • SirKenRobinson Sir Ken Robinson | Los Angeles
  • eschoolnewseSchool News
  • DigistoreNZDigistore
  • Software4LnrNZ
  • Interfacemag Interface Magazine | Auckland, New Zealand
  • shiftingthinkng Shifting Thinking
  • NZCERPress NZCER Press
  • CoreEducation Core Education
  • nzcurriculum
other great sites and software
Other great sites and software
  • Delicious
  • Voicethread
  • Wordle
  • Wallwisher
  • Answergarden
support wiki
Support wiki
  • http://aucklandsecondaryenglish.pbworks.com/e-learning+at+Rangitoto+College
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