Planning map for ITE course
Camp at school
day 2, Vc; discussion: questions from elluminate session
day 1, Elluminate; primarily for delivery of content, chapter based
day 3, VC; discussion
day 4, Elluminate; primarily for delivery of content, chapter based
day 5, Vc, school visit, demos, discussion, experiences at your school, guests etc.
Comments on blog, wiki etc.
Weekly form: 'I learned this week...'
Reflective journaling: Weekly entries on form
signs off time sheets
may evaluate student occasionally: 'Student adheres to school rules etc.
Project based assessment
Time management, professionalism, commitment to class, readiness to engage in learning and take initiative etc.
generates rubrics for assessment
help out at care centres
organize a LAN party
ask local elementary schools if help is needed
Identify a topic, built, distribute and maintain computers to students at your school
Identify information sources, ITE course members and teacher, ITE website, community professionals, online groups and sources
Establish evaluation criteria, collect feed back from students who use computers, collect feedback from teachers
Outline a plan for action, in collaboration with your school principal, technology teacher, supervisor teacher, school technician and Mr. Meyer, discuss how to best achieve your goals
Locate and collect resources, what is required? What is needed?, communicate needs to teacher
Develop information retrieval plan
Select useful information
Review and Revise plan for inquiry
Create a focus, provide laptop computers to students at your school, be the student IT team at your school, help out students and teachers with their computers, be an active participant in the ITE course
Record information, ongoing collection of information of who uses computers, who maintains them, trouble shooting, making them available to students etc., information should be recorded in a format that makes it easy to share with teacher and peers., Podcasts; teacher and student generated, Blog posts (text, photo etc.) to describe experiences, generate discussion or solve problems., If possible, teacher should always be able to access latest information 24/7
make connections, identify others with an interest in computers, who in your community would benefit from someone with skills in IT?, look for training opportunities after high school, establish a help group for other students at your school
review and revise plan, ongoing discussion during video and online meetings with ITE class
think about audience
reise and review plan for inquiry
communicate with audience
present new understandings
demonstrate appropriate behavior
transfer learning to new situations