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1 WMR - Hobsons Bay Network Students As eLearning Leaders Project Attribution &

2 WMR - Hobsons Bay Network Students As eLearning Leaders Project A Partnership Program with Dell Some ideas to go forward into 2012 Mark Richardson, ICT Coordinator, Williamstown PS

3 Codes Was in 2011 planning New Idea Needs discussion

4 The Model: Kids Teaching Kids Pedagogy model.html model.html The Kids Teaching Kids Learning Model is unique. It is inspired by the Learning Pyramid* that shows students might only retain 5% of knowledge through lecture and other traditional learning styles. In contrast, students retain for more - up to 90% - through teaching others. At the heart of Kids Teaching Kids Learning Model is a belief that peer education is one of the most effective ways to encourage students to take responsibility for their learning and actions.

5 What is student leadership? Student leadership encompasses the schools provision of: formal and informal learning opportunities which develop the competency of individuals as leaders and effective participants. processes and structures for student representation and the incorporation of students views into decision making and the life of the school. The development of student leadership skills involves opportunities which encourage students to: act in roles of responsibility with integrity and honesty. foster a sense of vision and purpose. work with others to determine and achieve collective goals. take on responsibilities and use decision making skills in order to carry a project through to a successful conclusion. be active, reflective listeners who respond effectively. earn the respect of others through their actions.

6 Six reasons why student involvement and student voice make sense educational values: valuing the learning that results when we engage the capacities of the multiple voices in our schools community values: school communities characterised by collaborative, aspirational, optimistic and high challenge cultures. rights: students are a significant voice in schools social responsibilities: young people have rights and responsibilities now enshrined in international law legitimacy: the authenticity of student perspectives about learning and school community pragmatics: if students are not allowed to change what they do, then we will never transform learning. [Jackson, 2005]

7 What skills are we looking for from our Student eLearning Leaders at the start? Communication skills Thinking / Planning skills ICT Competencies Collaboration Skills Mentoring Abilities Good Listeners Decision Makers Project Management Skills

8 What ICT skills are we looking to develop for from our Student eLearning Leaders during the unit?

9 How are these ICT skills to be assessed? ICT SkillGoodBetterBest

10 What leadership abilities are we looking to develop for from our Student eLearning Leaders during the unit?

11 Leadership abilityGoodBetterBest How are these leadership abilities to be assessed?

12 What eLearning themes could students explore? Creating Resources for their classes back at school. Creating Online Content, [Ultranet etc.]. Creating ICT tutorials for other students. Exploring EduSTAR applications. Action / Solution Learning. Virtual Classrooms. Linking back to their fellow students, teachers and school communities [ F2F or online].

13 What Leadership themes could students explore? What is leadership? How do you influence others to adopt a new idea or program? How do you troubleshoot problems? How do you know whether you are a successful leader or not? How do you celebrate successes?

14 What could the activities be in 2012? As for 2011 Explore CyberSafety issues Input – What is the issue about? Data Collection at school. Input – How to use some key EduSTAR apps and Web 2.0 tools that will be useful. Make resources that can be used back at school on CyberSafety.

15 What are the key focus questions for this activity?

16 What could the activities be in 2012? Explore the Ultranet in your school Input – What is the issue about? Data Collection at school. Input – How to use some key EduSTAR apps and Web 2.0 tools that will be useful. Develop some strategies or training tools that would enhance Ultranet usage at each school.

17 What are the key focus questions for this activity?

18 What could the activities be in 2012? Explore 21 st Century Learning issues Input – What is the issue about? Data Collection at school. Input – How to use some key EduSTAR apps and Web 2.0 tools that will be useful. Develop some strategies that will enhance the use of digital content, communication, creation, collaboration and creative thinking each school.

19 What are the key focus questions for this activity?

20 The Organisation – half days as for 2011 Session 1Session 2 Session 3Session 4 In school component Session 5 Celebration Reporting back to school

21 The Organisation - Whole days Day 1 Day 2 In school component Celebration


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