The SC eLearning PLF/P&D Group started work last week to look at a framework that will help us progress our Digital Pedagogy Capacity as teachers. Our group consists of Sally Kirstine, Lindy Gumpold, Peter Larsen, Chris Kourtis, Gerry Jarvis, Peter Folley, Michael Thompson and myself.
Our aim is to pick up momentum around the uptake of these skills across teachers in our subject areas in order to improve learning outcomes in our respective academic areas, foster 21C Skills and develop successful learners for the world community.
We went through the prezi below to set the scene and reflect on key issues and consideration (a starting point for discussion) – note this Prezi is a living “doc”… and will continue to grow.
This week we looked at the four areas – Connecting in particular. This area is mainly focused on how students’ access knowledge and information, retrieve this and clarify their understanding. Some interesting issues to “Rethink” and consider:
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As behavioural issues appear to increase, discussion inevitably turns to what interventions are necessary to correct these behaviours. Responses and ideas range from harsh punitive ‘zero tolernace’ approaches to positive approaches to teach students approriate beahviours.
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