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1 Partners in Learning School Research How to Launch School Research in Your School for Northern Ireland Microsoft 2010 All Rights Reserved.

2 How to Launch School Research in Your School 1.Research Leader signs up, reviews training materials, and sets up the surveys (1 hour) 2.Online surveys sent to educators and leaders in the school 1.All educators and school leaders take the surveys online (15-20 minutes each) 2.Surveys are ‘closed’ for the school 1.Reports sent in 24 hours 2.School leaders and educators use report to reflect and collaborate on ways to develop more innovative teaching and learning in their school 2 | Microsoft 2010 All Rights Reserved.

3 3 | Microsoft 2010 All Rights Reserved. Launch: Sign Up Launching Partners in Learning School Research is simple and easy. The first step is to set up the research system at Click Use Live ID to sign in or sign up for a new Windows Live ID (free)

4 Launch: welcome to the PISLR Dashboard The Dashboard will allow you to set up and manage the School Research System for your school. It is a 5 step process. Start at Step 1 by clicking on “START NOW”

5 Provide address for Primary Research Leader And you can assign other leaders as backup Launch: Step 1 Assign Leadership roles One leader from your school will be responsible for setting up and managing the settings of the School Research System. You can assign this role to yourself using same you signed in with, or to someone else such as another school leader or teacher.

6 6 | Microsoft 2010 All Rights Reserved. Step 2 – Set Up Your School Research System The next step is very important and will set up the surveys for your school. Northern Ireland For country-please choose Northern Ireland Enter details about your school to set up the research system. These details will provide the system with information to manage both the educator and the school leader surveys. Your school’s information and data will remain confidential

7 7 | Microsoft 2010 All Rights Reserved. Step 2 – Continued It is extremely important to set up the survey system settings correctly. Enter the date on which you would like to launch the surveys with your teachers and school leaders. The survey links will not open until this date. Please provide the date at which you would like to have all your schools’ surveys completed (Close Date) The survey links will not open after this date.

8 8 | Microsoft 2010 All Rights Reserved. Launch: Step 3 – Sending out the surveys This is an important step of launching the surveys! After you have set up the system for your school (Step 2), you will be provided links (URLs) to educator and school leader surveys that are unique to your school. Plan how you want to encourage educators and school leaders to participate in the surveys A complete list of the addresses of all the educators and school leaders is needed for sending out the survey links The survey links can be posted to a school website or sent out via Draft text is provided by the system Do not send the survey links until your set start date for the surveys in your school (established during Step 2) Ideas for High Survey Participation Have school leader communicate the importance of everyone participating in these surveys Set aside educator training or planning time to take the surveys Provide recognition to those who have completed the surveys (responses will be anonymous, but research leader will be able to see who has completed the surveys). Ideas for High Survey Participation Have school leader communicate the importance of everyone participating in these surveys Set aside educator training or planning time to take the surveys Provide recognition to those who have completed the surveys (responses will be anonymous, but research leader will be able to see who has completed the surveys).

9 9 | Microsoft 2010 All Rights Reserved. Launch: Step 3 – Sending out the surveys The system provides you invitation language for sending out the survey to your teachers and leaders Survey Links text

10 10 | Microsoft 2010 All Rights Reserved. Launch: Step 4 – Monitor survey responses This step takes place after the survey links are sent out. During the time period when the surveys are live in your school, check on the Dashboard (Step 4) to see what percentage of educators and school leaders in your school have completed the surveys. – Additional reminders or communications may be needed to achieve your participation goals.

11 11 | Microsoft 2010 All Rights Reserved. Launch: Step 5 – Use the Report Once the survey Close Date has passed, your school’s report will be sent to the Primary Research Leader (assigned in Step 1). Your school can share and use the report to: Establish a common language and vision for innovative teaching and learning Discuss innovative teaching scores with your teachers Share report with parents and community stakeholder Inform school-wide professional development directions

12 12 | Microsoft 2010 All Rights Reserved. Final Slide Title (Thank You) 1.Research Leader signs up, reviews training materials, and sets up the surveys (1 hour) 2.Online surveys sent to educators and leaders in the school 1.All educators and school leaders take the surveys online (15-20 minutes each) 2.Surveys are ‘closed’ for the school 1.Reports sent in 24 to 48 hours 2.School leaders and educators use report to reflect and collaborate on ways to develop more innovative teaching and learning in their school

13 13 | Microsoft 2010 All Rights Reserved. Additional help is available in the How it Works section

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16 16 Be sure to add your school name This is very important Be sure to add your school name This is very important

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18 Microsoft Teaching with Technology

19 UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers (CfT) UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers Portal

20 Operationalizing the UNESCO ICT-CFT

21 Microsoft Teaching with Technology Assess Learning Gaps Learning Content Tech Literacy Strand of CFT Learning Content Tech Literacy Strand of CFT Certificates of Completion Microsoft Certified Educator Microsoft Certified Educator 40 questions User can retake 2-3 times without repeating questions Technology neutral 6 courses About 69 individual learning topics 40 hours Training uses Microsoft tools to support learning Summative Assessment 6 Completion Certificates Technology neutral Available only in pilot countries 1 exam Technology neutral Basic Digital Literacy Skills Beta June 2011

22 22 | Microsoft 2010 All Rights Reserved. Microsoft Teaching with Technology Will be available on the Partners in Learning Network Rollout beginning this summer

23 What is LEAP21? And how does it connect to Microsoft products?

24 LEAP21 - What is it? ITL 21C Skill Rubrics A framework based on ITL 21c skill rubrics for educators to design learning activities that develop students’ 21C skills: collaboration knowledge-building the use of ICT for learning self-regulation real-world problem-solving and innovation

25 LEAP21 How does it work? 1.Teachers and school leaders analyze and score (1-4) learning activities on ITL 21c skill rubrics 2.Then they design new learning activities that score higher on 21C skill dimensions These learning activities can use O365 and other MS products (and be added to PiL-Network)

26 REAL-WORLD PROBLEM-SOLVING AND INNOVATION (ITL RUBRIC) Main requirement is problem- solving? Students are working on a real-world problem? Requires implementation in the real world ? NO Code 2 Code 3 Code 4 NO YES Code 1 Science Learning Activity on Photosynthesis Science Learning Activity on Photosynthesis

27 The strongest learning activities (problem solving and innovation rubric): - ask students to complete tasks for which they do NOT already know a response or solution - require students to work on solving real problems - represent innovation by requiring students to implement their ideas, designs or solutions outside the classroom

28 LEAP21: Delivery Online training module on each 21C skill dimension (PiL Network) Online training module on each 21C skill dimension (PiL Network) LiteDeep Embed as part of PiL workshops (Institutes, MIE) Embed as part of PiL workshops (Institutes, MIE) 2 to 4 day LEAP21 only workshops on all rubrics (ITL Research) 2 to 4 day LEAP21 only workshops on all rubrics (ITL Research) Organized & connected through PiL-Network Using MS Products and Tools in Workshop Delivery and Learning Activities Organized & connected through PiL-Network Using MS Products and Tools in Workshop Delivery and Learning Activities

29 ITL LEAP21 Workshops all over the world, and new countries joining Finland Russia Australia Indonesia Senegal Mexico England Sponsored globally by Brunei N. Ireland

30 30 | Microsoft 2010 All Rights Reserved. Information about LEAP 21 in Northern Ireland Will be made available in the new school year RTU and Microsoft will be working to put the plan together over the summer months and advising how to participate at the appropriate time Information about LEAP 21 in Northern Ireland Will be made available in the new school year RTU and Microsoft will be working to put the plan together over the summer months and advising how to participate at the appropriate time

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