Cyberwellness and 1-to-1 Learning Environment

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Cyberwellness and 1-to-1 Learning Environment by Mind Map: Cyberwellness and 1-to-1 Learning Environment

1. Education Portal (StudyWiz)

1.1. Podcast

1.2. Online Assignments

1.3. Educational games

1.4. The assessment and classwork should allow for 'Section B' type of questions and answers.

1.5. A one-stop webpage to consolidate admin and learning portals for teachers, parents and students.

1.6. Expand "userability" of the portals i.e. add more functions

1.7. Asynchronous discussion forum

1.8. Email system

1.9. Notes uploaded to studywiz so students can access notes 24/7

2. AUP

2.1. better reinforcement

2.1.1. How to monitor?

2.2. Fault Reporting System

2.3. Infringement Follow Up Report??

2.4. ALL teachers must be aware of the AUP and must play a role in enforcing the expectations.

2.4.1. Do they know?

2.5. Operational but slow sometimes

3. 1 to 1 learning

3.1. Using 21st CC to make use of Wilnote to teach

3.2. MIndset of Teachers still set for Conventional Teaching

3.2.1. Let them see the power of ICT in teaching and learning. If there is a positive difference, teachers will try

3.3. Bridging programme for 2010 S3 repeat students and parents to instill need of greater self-discipline in the proper use of PLD for learning

3.3.1. Would PLD help the repeat student?

3.4. School bag weight-watching exercise

3.4.1. Need to be systematically carried out

3.5. Internet Research could be done out of classroom time such that the classroom face-to-face sessions with teacher-facilitator and other fellow learners could be maximised for critical collaboration

3.6. More stringent monitoring of pupils' activities during lessons

3.7. Promote and enforce! the use of e-books.

4. Cyberwellness

4.1. Cyber Addicts

4.1.1. Teach self-discipline?

4.1.2. School Counsellor provides support programme

4.1.3. Teach time management skills

4.1.4. Need parent and teachers to identify these pupils. Too late to help them when only told after exams

4.2. Hall Assemblies to enhance cyberwellness

4.2.1. More Personal Account of People

4.3. Dialogue with Teachers and Parents

4.3.1. Reflective documentation of Teachers and Parents

4.4. Apple Remote Desktop

4.4.1. remind teachers periodically how to use ARD

4.5. E Bulletin Board

4.5.1. To showcase cyberwellness and desseminate information on CyberWellness

4.6. Cyberwellness to be viewed as a part of School Culture and Values

4.7. Online test to re-certify the currency of the pupils to be on the 1-to-1 prog

4.7.1. A component of the CME grade could be taken from this online test

4.8. Introduce cyberwellness topics on a systematic basis

4.9. Cyberwellness taught during RME lesson

5. Network Infrastructure

5.1. bandwidths that can support the extensive use of internet connection

5.2. assured electricity supply ?

5.3. ensure fewer occurrences of server disruptions

6. Technical Support

6.1. Promptness and Availability

6.2. Apple Service Centre

6.3. AV Resource Technician

6.4. Media Specialist

6.5. On-going Weekly Meetings with partners

6.6. Systems to monitor Bandwidth

7. Learner Development Prog

7.1. Requires more enforcement

7.1.1. Educate teachers to understand LDP better

7.2. Teachers need to be aware of LDP

7.2.1. Workshop for LDP in Contact Time

7.3. To give more publicity and air-time to create awareness

8. ICT Enrichment Prog

8.1. To understand what applications has been taught

8.1.1. SOWs for ICT applications to be known for teachers

8.1.2. To make use of what they have learnt

8.2. Differentiated Level of ICT knowledge

8.2.1. Common platform for students to ease teaching

8.3. Boot Camp

8.3.1. Schedule and carry out according to plans

8.4. to cater to the needs of students who have high level of ICT skills

8.5. Spare a thought for technology immigrants - ensure that ICT enrichment courses commensurate with skill level

9. Traditional Classroom Design

9.1. Too packed with lockers

9.1.1. Need bigger classroom

9.2. Difficulty to see IWB from the back of the classroom

9.2.1. MIMIO as the substitute?

9.3. Power Track

9.3.1. Layout

9.4. Do we need traditonal tables and chairs? Too big and bulky.

9.5. flexibility for rearrangement of furniture into clusters of learners format to allow movement for changing activities and group discussion

9.6. Should NOT make wholesale changes - a traditional classroom still has a place in a modern learning environment = do NOT throw the baby out of the window with the bath water!

9.7. Classrooms are passe

9.7.1. Learning takes place anywhere

9.7.2. Students can learn from home

9.7.3. Breakdown the walls of traditional schools