Designing for Learning with Technology in Schools

HOD IP • Define the ICT approach that you would like to take in your own subject area using the active learning process to bring about subject outcomes and 21cc? • Identify the knowledge and skills that teachers may need to develop in the subject. SSD • Identify trs’ knowledge/skills required at school level and dept level, and how ICT can be used to support acquisition and application of these knowledge/skills through PLNs and PLCs HOD ICT • Identify ICT tools and resources to su...

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Designing for Learning with Technology in Schools by Mind Map: Designing for Learning with Technology in Schools

1. Support Professional Learning with Technology to Nurture Collaborative & Reflective Practices

1.1. Identified knowledge and skills teachers need to have to design for active learning with technology (Refer to School Learning Log)

1.1.1. How do we tap on technology to design for differentiated professional learning and engender teachers’ ownership of learning?

1.1.2. How do we tap on technology to support teachers’ collaborative inquiry and professional discourse in learning teams?

1.1.3. How can technology be harnessed to capture the shifts in classroom practices and chronicle teachers' learning?

2. Provide leadership on technology in learning

2.1. Direction on ICT Use

2.1.1. What are the goals, subject and 21cc outcomes as defined in our school? Using ICT actively with students by role modeling it to them. Focus on the 21cc skills in the various subject content. Learning Outcome should shift to 21cc skills.

2.1.2. What is the role of the teacher? Quality feedback to pupils. More opportunity for pupils to learning how to take ownership for learning. Learning reasoning skills and communication skills. Learning experience of the pupils can be enhance using ICT. Build the lesson plan - lesson design

2.1.3. What is the role of students? Changing their mindset on PSLE focus to using ICT to learn for themselves. Taking ownership of their own learning instead of depending on their teachers, Learning on how to critique on their peers.

2.1.4. What is the role of technology in supporting the following interactions? student-student Learn from each other. student-teacher Using ICT to check for learning. Example: CL teachers using ICT for Oral practice and providing instant feedback. student-content Engaging the student and wanting them to share their learning with each other. teacher-content Lesson Design - Teacher needs to be skillful to use the technology. Teacher needs to ensure that they have the subject mastery. Assessment of teacher's pedagogy needs to be access.

2.1.5. What is the role of technology to monitor and assess learning?

2.2. ICT-enriched Learning Environment

2.2.1. What are the digital resources and tools needed to meet varying needs of students and teachers? Teachers Students

2.2.2. How can we design learning spaces to support student-centric pedagogies?

3. Harness Technology for Curriculum, Assessment & Pedagogy

3.1. Design for deep learning, acquisition of 21CC and formative assessment

3.1.1. What is the role of ICT in the active learning process to bring about subject disciplinary and 21CC outcomes? Activate Learning Promote Thinking & Discussion Monitor and Provide Feedback Facilitate Demonstration of Learning