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  • 1. What do you mean we are going 1:1 next year? What you need to know if this is happening in your school. Mark Richardson ICTeD ServicesThursday, 18 October 12
  • 2. Whats our experience with 1:1? A - I teach in a 1 to 1 classroom. B - I have access to take 1 to 1 lessons for some classes. C - My school is considering going 1 to 1. D - Im just interested in the idea for later.Thursday, 18 October 12
  • 3. Why do schools go 1:1? School adminstration direction? School Council / parent pressure? Government programs and trials? School System Directions? Teacher demand? Student demand? Supported by research? Pressure from neighbourhood schools?Thursday, 18 October 12
  • 4. What do you think the major 1:1 issues in schools?Thursday, 18 October 12
  • 5. Think about Pedagogy & School Vision Why have 1:1 programs in schools?Thursday, 18 October 12
  • 6. What are 21st Century Skills? http://www.skills21.org/Thursday, 18 October 12
  • 7. The Pedagogy of 1:1 Teaching Students are: Connected Learners Mobile Learners 24/7 - Home and School Learners Collaborative Constructivist Creative Communicators Digital Citizens Information Literate Problem SolversThursday, 18 October 12
  • 8. 1:1 Budget IssuesThursday, 18 October 12
  • 9. Budget Its not just the cost of the device! Software Licences Security / Storage / Charging Covers / Bags Warranty / Insurance Wireless Connectivity Network Infrastructure [School & System]Thursday, 18 October 12
  • 10. Budget Its not just the cost of the device! Wireless Internet Robust Affordable Secure ScalableThursday, 18 October 12
  • 11. What about BYOD? Bring Your Own Device. Very big in the USA. Students provide technology Schools provide Internet connectivity Equity IssuesThursday, 18 October 12
  • 12. iPads / Tablets - Specic IssuesThursday, 18 October 12
  • 13. Tablets / iPads Its also not just the cost of the device! Apps - Who Buys Security / Storage / Charging Covers / Skins Warranty / Insurance Wireless Connectivity Network Infrastructure [School & System]Thursday, 18 October 12
  • 14. Budget Its not just the cost of the device! Wireless Internet Robust Affordable Secure ScalableThursday, 18 October 12
  • 15. DEECD iPad Trial & Resources Website http://www.ipadsforeducation.vic.edu.au/ http://www.ipadsforeducation.vic.edu.au/ipad- student-trial Slide2Learn Ning http://slide2learn.ning.com/Thursday, 18 October 12
  • 16. DEECD iPad Trial Findings [edited] 1. The iPad (as a device) has functionality and features that enhance its use as an effective and engaging learning tool. a) The iPad is easy to use. b) The touch-interactive at screen tablet with pinch in/pinch out functionality provides students with autism, ADHD, Aspergers, visual disabilities and poor ne and gross motor skills with more efcient access to effective learning opportunities. c) High speed access to online information enables more self-directed learning and rapid access to a fast-growing market of relevant and regularly updated educational apps. d) Portability enhances collaboration between students and communication between students and teachers, increases parental engagement in learning and strengthens home-school connections. 2. The iPad is just a device. It is just another tool (albeit a powerful anything anytime anywhere tool) in the teaching and learning toolkit.Thursday, 18 October 12
  • 17. DEECD iPad Trial Findings [edited] 3. Quality teaching is (as has been found in other studies) the factor which enables the iPad to be used effectively to improve student motivation, engagement and learning outcomes. a) Teachers used the iPad to meet the specic learning needs of students and support engaging, interesting and collaborative learning. b) Students used the iPad to take greater control of their learning and present and share their learning with their peers, teachers and family. c) Teachers found the iPad to be an especially valuable learning tool for students with special learnings. d) Students used the iPad to improve their learning outcomes, especially in literacy, numeracy, communication and thinking skills. e) The iPad was used to extend learning beyond the classroom. 4. 90% of students said that learning was more fun when using the iPads.Thursday, 18 October 12
  • 18. DEECD iPad Trial Findings [edited] 5. Teaching and learning success with iPads is more likely where they are used in a supportive school and home environment. a) School leaders actively encourage the purposeful use of iPads as a strategic support for improving student outcomes, and facilitate teacher access to pedagogically-focused professional learning opportunities. b) Students and teachers have timely access to quality technical advice and support. c) Parents are informed about and understand the way in which iPads will be used to support their childs learning and take an active interest in their childs learning. 6. iPads in the trial had a signicantly greater educational impact (and were more successfully implemented) in primary and special school settings than in secondary schools. a) This was in part related to structural differences between contemporary primary and secondary classes. b) Primary and special school teachers in the trial also demonstrated greater preparedness and capacity to incorporate the effective use of iPads into learning and assessment activities. The iPads for Learning Trial reinforces that quality of teaching, combined with purposeful and effective use of ICT contributes to improved learning.Thursday, 18 October 12
  • 19. iPads - Licencing & Volume Purchase Program You can install an app on up to 5 compatible devices [i.e iPad, iPhone, iPod] as long as they are registered with the same iTunes account.