World-wide educational innovation (1) (Practitioners, Researchers and Policy Makers)

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World-wide educational innovation (1) (Practitioners, Researchers and Policy Makers) by Mind Map: World-wide educational innovation (1) (Practitioners, Researchers and Policy Makers)

1. what opportunities there are

2. Achievement for All Agenda

2.1. Teaching and learning

2.2. Wider opportunities

2.3. Leadership management

2.4. Parental engagement

3. Strategies

4. Useful resources

4.1. UNESCO Report

4.2. New node

5. Assessment for learning

5.1. Should Assessment inform the learner

5.2. Can ICT support formative & informative learning?

5.2.1. ICT allows adaption t learner/examinee

5.2.2. Data to support school as well as teacher & learner

5.2.3. Formative is about direction, informative identifies strengths & weaknesses

5.2.4. Move to self assesment

5.2.5. Techniques - discussion board, Facebook etc

5.2.6. Students interact with specific tasks, vast amounts data. How to use data to identify what knowledge needed & help students

5.2.6.1. How to support peer & self assessment.

5.2.7. Students need to understand what is being assessed

6. Partnership (ITTE)

6.1. Absence of Becta - is missed

6.1.1. Becta - government agency to support & develop uss of technology in schools. eg Harnessing technology made doable by providing guidance, research, frameworks, evidence re ICT & learning

6.1.1.1. Routes to support SEN & related learners

6.1.1.2. Loss of evidence etc coupled with current pace of change

6.2. Shift in way we think of management of change in schools. Vacuum left by Becta

6.3. Teachers (& learners as researchers)

7. Strategic issues

7.1. Questions: small step assessment - how to use ICT to support esp SEND children in SEN & mainstream schools. Sharing knowledge

7.2. Sharing information. Parental need for real time assessment - engage in dialogue eg key targets

7.2.1. Some children don't show their best in school. How to get info about home activities. Social medium?

7.2.2. Parents need information about children - children not always forthcoming!

7.2.3. MirandaNet beginning a Moodle that could support parental engagement, tailored access and secure private or public space

7.2.3.1. Considerations - code of conduct, situations etc

7.2.4. Structured/unstructured assessment?

7.2.4.1. Range of assessable progress indicators

7.2.4.2. Risk of granular assessment supported by technology - loss of personalisation

7.2.4.3. Parents really understand progress & indicators relevant to own child's behaviours

7.2.4.4. Impact on families and parents as well as child

7.2.4.5. Technology supporting individualisation of assessment

7.2.4.6. Parents & learners need to understand what is being assessed. Technology makes assessment cheap - people don't need to be in same place/time

7.2.4.6.1. Can be hard for parents to get into school so Skype might be solution

7.2.4.7. Importance of capturing & bringing in learning outside school

7.2.5. Evidence that using ICTs to assess pupils, parents learn new skills too

7.2.6. New assessment evidence eg video /recording

7.2.7. Assessment captures point in time - doesn't always show best or pupil may underperform later

7.2.7.1. Who is assessment for?

7.2.7.1.1. Teachers need to understand direction, offer guidance on next steps

7.2.8. Relevant, contextualised curriculum. Learners in control of learning

7.3. Importance of research evidence. Provenance - anecdote/robust. Rigorous methodology

7.3.1. Practitioner research

7.4. Importance of fully involving children in learning journey. Use of ICT?

7.4.1. Children articulating what they have learned/understood

7.4.2. Engagement in thinking process

7.4.3. Importance of thinking over content

7.5. Significance of poverty/wealth

7.5.1. Sugata Mitra relevant research

7.5.2. has been lift in aspiration - concern this may be lost

7.5.2.1. Imposed aspiration?

7.5.2.2. Support for parents to raise aspirations

7.6. Removing barriers, engaging parents, learning from each other

7.7. New node

8. Twitter contributions Friday 13th January afternoon

8.1. #mmafa Combining an online concept map, a video stream and a Twitter stream with the F2F meeting for Global Education Innovation. cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

8.2. Margaret Cox

8.2.1. #mmafa Margaret Cox talks about how to ensure that research into the impact of ICT on education reaches the widest possible audience. cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

8.2.2. 'children are not experts in everything' explains Margaret Cox . . which one of the 0000s of google hits do they choose #mmafa mattpearson Matthew Pearson

8.2.3. #mmafa Children are not experts in anything - even in being children. Shades of Bakhtin here ... cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

8.3. Dr Mary Webb

8.3.1. Mary Webb on the complex relationship between assessment and learning.#mmafa cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

8.3.2. Mary Webb talks about 'stealth assessment', gathering data from students as they interact with digital media #mmafa . . mattpearson Matthew Pearson

8.3.3. Query- well known that being tracked and assessed changes learning and focus. Has that risk been evaluated? #MMAFA rslosek Rosie Slosek

8.3.4. #mmafa Margaret Cox and Mary Webb invite teachers to contribute to their research. Details will be on our concept map next week. cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

8.3.5. @cyberbrikkie #mmafa assessment may get in way of curriculum as well as learning watfordpete Pete Bradshaw

8.3.6. #mmafa Mike Howard celebrates the achievements of Becta: we miss it more than we thought we would ... cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

8.3.7. Dr Mary Webb at #Mmafa talking on assessment and opportunities afforded by ICT as perceived in different countries at EduSummit Conference tonyparkin Tony Parkin

8.4. @eyebeams: Achievement for all from an iphone - LIVE at bambuser.com/v/2282931 #bett2012 #MMAFA rslosek Rosie Slosek

8.5. we can look at the vacuum left by BECTa in either a positive or a negative way.. #mmafa mattpearson Matthew Pearson

8.6. #mmafa Sarah Younie on ways in which ICT impacts on vulnerable or disengaged learners. cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

8.7. Everyone enjoys learning new stuff . so get the parents involved in learning at the school, and that will engage vulnerable learners #mmafa mattpearson Matthew Pearson

8.8. #mmafa The mismatch between the use and potential of ICT for learning. cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

8.9. Sarah Younie

8.9.1. #mmafa Sarah Younie on ways in which ICT impacts on vulnerable or disengaged learners. cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

8.9.2. Everyone enjoys learning new stuff . so get the parents involved in learning at the school, and that will engage vulnerable learners #mmafa mattpearson Matthew Pearson

8.9.3. #mmafa The mismatch between the use and potential of ICT for learning. cyberbrikkie John Cuthell

8.10. Back in Wales - big thanks to @eyebeams @cyberbrikkie @theokk and all at #mmafa for comments/opportunity to present sangeet Sangeet Bhullar

8.11. Well done and thank you to the students helping at #MMAFA rslosek Rosie Slosek

8.12. very rare face to face conversation with @tonyparkin at the #mmafa session, nearly all our contact is on twitter…. mattpearson Matthew Pearson

8.13. Thanks to mirandanet and #MMAFA and all the staff for excellent discussions and ideas share look forward to much more #BETT_show cliffmanning cliff manning

8.14. RT @rslosek: Well done and thank you to the students helping at #MMAFA sangeet Sangeet Bhullar