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1 Digital Citizenship flowchart Digital Citizenship ICT Lead Teacher Goals Syndicate ICT Goals Mini Conference E-Portfolios Junior Support Sessions ICT Specialist Eskdale School Milestone Report Junior Support Sessions - photos

2 ICT Lead Teacher Goals Term 1 Goals: 1.To continue to help teachers overcome concerns and roadblocks in relation to ICT skills and e- portfolios 2.To increase teachers confidence in using tools and applications enhance students ICT skills 3.To develop and initiate an e-portfolio format that is generic and easy to use 4.Run Senior ICT Specialist sessions How will this happen? Each teacher will use powerpoint for their e-portfolio as this is a programme that everyone is familiar with and also due to problems with unreliable broadband coverage. Teachers to have two sessions with Facilitator to discuss and formulate goals and set up e-portfolios Each syndicate will set an ICT goal as part of their team/self appraisal Junior School - run buddy class ICT tutor sessions with Lead Teacher/Student Peer tutors to support and encourage integration into classroom programme Run 11 ICT specialists sessions per term (x1 class per term)

3 Junior Syndicate ICT Goals middle syndicate next slide…

4 Middle Syndicate ICT Goals senior syndicate next slide…

5 Senior Syndicate ICT Goals

6 Digital Citizenship Goal: To discuss/develop and implement digital citizenship flowchart that will be integrated into learning programmes. Criteria: What is a digital citizen? Who does it effect? How is it relevant to our learning environments? Defining the “nine elements of digital citizenship” Discuss four main areas of digital citizenship Next Steps: Implement into unit plans as part of ICT component – copy to be attached to each unit master Include at least one area of DC in learning intention and success criteria for inquiry and integrated units Use alongside cyber safety lessons in Senior ICT specialist class A copy of flowchart has been uploaded onto school website Flowchart has been discussed with BOT with positive and supportive feedback Copy of Flowchart has been added to school website Evidence: : Teacher e-portfolio example (see slide 6)

7 Eskdale School Digital Citizenship Flowchart

8 E-Portfolios E-portfolios : Discussed in staff meeting: e-portfolios will be used to reflect on teacher learning for the classroom. This reflection may be looking at ICT or Literacy, both schoolwide professional development focuses for Each teacher has an appraisal goal for each of these developments making their e-portfolios a living document (see ICT Goal slides 3-5). It was decided to use PowerPoint as a starting point as this is a programme that the staff have used before and are comfortable with. (Broadband coverage does not allow more than 2-3 people on internet at a time as it slows down considerably) Liz has had a session with each staff member explaining and setting up templates. Next staff meeting will discuss expectations of what will go in portfolios eg Literacy and Nump - which are our school wide focuses for this year. Each class has a class blog which they will eventually link to their e-portfolios to show examples of learning. Time has been set aside at the beginning of each staff meeting for reflection time, sharing of successes/concerns and guidance/professional development in the use of appropriate tools. Concerns: Time limitations Fear of “big brother” How personal should one get in an e-portfolio How do you put supporting evidence in What do we put in?/Who can teach me how? Successes: Teachers are beginning to feel more comfortable about sharing their thoughts and reflections. One staff member has stated that she can see a progression in her knowledge and confidence since the beginning of the year. An excerpt of her e-portfolio (teacher e-portfolio example) has been added to our Eskdale page on the cluster wiki – see evidence section below for link Each teacher is beginning to show more confidence in using the ICT suite with their class more regularly either with peer tutors or on their own to upskill themselves/students on useful tools/applications eg comic life, e-books, art-rage, moviemaker to use alongside their inquiry topics - see evidence section below for link Evidence: Excerpts of teacher e-portfolios are available on our cluster wiki under: :teacher e-portfolio examplehttp://digitaldaze2-ictcluster.wikispaces.com/Eskdale/milestone teacher 2 e-portfolio example student slideshows

9 Mini Conference Presentation Subject: MovieMaker Blurb: An introduction to making movies using video footage and photos. This is a great programme for all age groups. We will look at using different effects, slide transitions, editing video footage, creating a storyboard of photos, importing audio and recording student voice. Reflections: Yay! No technical issues!! Very different to teaching children. A little nerve racking but I enjoyed interacting with the participants. The feedback I received was positive. Participants seemed to be appreciative of the handouts and examples Next Steps: It was a lot of information for participants to take in – needs to be hands on with a longer timeframe. Evidence/Link: Link: see teaching resources page on cluster wiki:

10 Support for Junior School ICT I.C.T. Term One 2011 – Keep Ourselves Safe E-Books Digital Citizenship Focus: Learning Strategies Lead Teacher Purpose: To team teach with class teacher to support, scaffold and enhance their powerpoint animation skills to create effective and interactive e-books Peer tutors (year 5/6 students) to work alongside students As sessions progress, lead teacher to begin to take a back seat and support teacher through teaching sequences Explain to teacher teaching sequences/goals before each session Student Purpose: The children will create an e-book to demonstrate and share their learning throughout this inquiry. Students will use: Powerpoint animation toolbar clipart and text to explain their understanding of Keeping Ourselves Safe in everyday contexts Technical Skills to be developed I am learning how to Use the mouse Save my work using the purple disk symbol Insert pictures into my page Use the animation buttons to animate my picture Explain to a partner how to animate a picture I am learning how to Use text, animation and pictures, to create an interesting published piece of work to share my learning/findings with others. Ask questions and use a range of information sources to find information Learning Sequence: (So far…) Set up cover and contents page for e book Insert photos and pictures Animate pictures to match up with supporting text Record voice over Present to class/parents Evidence: : junior ICT session example

11 Photo Evidence of Junior ICT Sessions Feedback: Classroom teacher has commented on the creation of a rich, positive and relaxed learning environment especially in relation to interaction between students and peer tutors during these sessions. Because of the 1:1 ratio, student skills have been enhanced. Feedback: Classroom teacher has commented on the creation of a rich, positive and relaxed learning environment especially in relation to interaction between students and peer tutors during these sessions. Because of the 1:1 ratio, student skills have been enhanced.

12 Senior ICT Specialist Mammals, Mammals, Mammals – What makes them Unique? Digital Citizenship Focus: “Etiquette” and “Safety” Duration: 4 class rotation – 1 class per term – x1 weekly sessions Lead Teacher Purpose: CyberSafety – What is it? To teach students tools/applications that they can utilise during inquiry and integrated unit studies Student Purpose: Students will: Using Digital Citizenship “Etiquette” and “Safety” focuses students will discuss cyber safety and how it relates to their everyday life create a piece of artwork in ArtRage – mammal animate the mammal demonstrating its characteristics, behaviours, special features and life cycle Application/Programme: Powerpoint animation ArtRage Technical Skills to be developed I am learning how to Scan an original piece of artwork to recreate in ArtRage Use powerpoint animation to demonstrate the physical features etc of mammals be a responsible digital citizen by being aware of my safety and the safety of others when using the world wide web Create a piece of original artwork using ArtRage Use powerpoint animation to create an animated mammal Learning Sequence: (So far…) Session One: cyber safety – what is it? Session 2/3: create an original piece of artwork, scan onto file to trace/create in ArtRage Sessions 4-9: create artwork using ArtRage Session 10/11:present piece of ArtRage – original/ArtRage comparisons on a poster Next Step: Student will run an ArtRage training session /Present posters at Parent night 17 th May Evidence: : ICT Specialist examples -Art rage posters Parents Evening feedback/photos


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