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ITELab Autumn 2019 Programme

  1. 1. ITELab – Innovating ITE curricula Key Action 2 - Knowledge Alliance project JOIN OUR AUTUMN 2019 PROGRAMME http://itelab.eun.org #ITELab_eu
  2. 2. 2 EC Knowledge Alliance supporting innovation in Initial Teacher Education (ITE) Bringing together all stakeholders in future teachers:  ITE Teacher Educators, Student teachers, Schools, Educational technology providers, Policymakers. Connecting through: TEACHING COLLABORATION BETWEEN UNIVERSITIES/STUDENT TEACHERS:  three, flexible, university module frameworks to critically review, experiment with, to innovate local curriculum. STUDENT/BEGINNING TEACHER NETWORKED TEACHER MOOC:  4 wk online course, learning with their international peers, C21 approaches and practical tools for the classroom. ITE FORUM EXCHANGE:  exchange of knowledge and views on different themes linked to ITE/schools, involving all stakeholders. ITE RESEARCH:  monitoring, case studies (universities, industry, teacher educators), evaluation, recommendations. PREPARING FUTURE TEACHERS TO BE C21ST CLASSROOM READY
  3. 3. 3 INSPIRING THE NEXT GENERATION OF TEACHERS “I’ve always been interested in the use of technology in the classroom..... it’s not just a tool, it lets you do things differently, while at the same time it’s about looking at a modern classroom combining technology and space… which lets you think about pupils working in groups, places to relax, where students can take the centre. It’s that combination that is explored in ITELab’ Seamus O’Sullivan student secondary teacher University College Dublin
  4. 4. 4 ITELab sharing use of practical tools - Flipgrid SHARING PRACTICAL IDEAS FOR THE CLASSROOM
  5. 5. 5 CONNECTING PEOPLE TOGETHER ITELAB SPRING PROGRAMME: Module and MOOC: 40 ITE uni, 15 countries MOOC: 3,724 registrations, 21 countries ITE FORUM: x3 online, FCL-June STUDENT VOICE Ambassadors: 10 - 748 following on Facebook INDUSTRY and POLICY: 10 education specialist, 12 regional/national organisations Connections made as a result of the ITE Forum: University of Würzburg and DGE, Portugal On behalf of (DGE), I would like to thank you for making today’s enlightening online meeting possible. It has been a real pleasure for us, here at DGE, and for (our) specialist responsible for the content of the MOOC on “Artificial Intelligence in Education” to have the opportunity of meeting with you to get such a big amount of information on your University’s VR Projects “Breaking Bad Behaviour” and “ViLeArn”. Ma da Conceição Castro , Direçao-Geral-da Educação, April 2019
  6. 6. 6 Module lead: Dr Conor Galvin E: conor.galvin@ucd.ie CONNECT WITH: THREE CO-DESIGNED TEACHING MODULE FRAMEWORKS LATEST UPDATES: ITELab staff hub
  7. 7. CONNECT WITH: OPEN COURSE MOOC, ONLINE LEARNING WITH PEERS  Free MOOC for student teachers, newly qualified, with teacher peers  MOOC Spring 2019: 3,700+ registrations, from 21 countries participated  Running again in Autumn 2019  Course STARTS: 14 OCT 2019 (4 weeks + extra time to finish tasks)  Registration link, from June 2019 : here  MOOC syllabus, here  Week 1: Entering the Job  Week 2: Unlock the Classroom_active technology  Week 3: Unlock the Classroom_active space  Week 4: The second staff room The Networked Teacher – Teaching in the 21st Century
  8. 8. 8 series of monthly thematic seminars  Short reflective video/podcast posted in advance  In conversation sharing views on the theme from different perspectives: university, industry, schools, policy and student teachers  Open discussion 2019 programme: interested in being a guest speaker? E: zuzana.sorocinova@eun.org  Feb 21st: Hearing the Learner – engaging the student teacher voice (part 1)  Mar 21st : Hearing the Learner – engaging the student teacher voice (part 2)  May 16th : Designing Teaching Resources – including ‘soft skills’ with inclusive aims  June 20th/21st: Schools Innovation Forum at the FCL, BXL - Spaces for Learning  Sept 19th: Returns to Innovative Teaching – from schools and teaching perspective  Oct 17th : Returns to Innovative Teaching – a focus on Artificial Intelligence (AI)  Dec 12th: Learning through doing – a focus on VR and video Sustainable forum – Schools Innovation Forum – linked to the Future Classroom Lab http://fcl.eun.org CONNECT WITH: ITE FORUM 2019 PROGRAMME
  9. 9. 9 RESEARCH RESULTS http://itelab.eun.org
  10. 10. 10 Email us with your interest and any questions: Autumn programme coordinator: Zuzana Soročinová e: zuzana.sorocinova@eun.org http://itelab.eun.org #ITELab_eu NEXT STEPS
  11. 11. SUPPORTING THE COLLABORATION: OUR “ANCHOR” PARTNERS 11 Coordinator: Associate partners and collaborating universities
  12. 12. 12 ITELab (Initial Teachers Education Lab) is a Knowledge Alliance project between higher education institutions and industry to foster innovation and knowledge exchange in initial teacher education (ITE). Project number: 575828-EPP-1-2016-1-BE-EPPKA2-KA. It is co- funded under the European Commission’s Erasmus+ Programme from January 2017 to December 2019. This publication was created with the financial support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. This publication reflects the views only of the authors and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained herein. itelab.eun.org #ITELab_e u
  13. 13. 13 SUPPORTING DETAIL SLIDES
  14. 14. 2017 2018 2019 Student teacher MOOC MODULE A F2F 2) CO-DESIGN CONTENT & PILOTS ITELAB OVERVIEW: THREE MAIN STRANDS OF ACTIVITY Cycle 1 Evaluation Update OPEN INVITATION to participate ITE Forum - Universities, Industry, MoE/Regions + Student Voice 1) KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE 3) MONITORING: annual monitoring report, case studies, teacher trainer competences http://itelab.eun.org MODULE FRAMEWORKS: A,B, C Cycle 3: AUTUMN programme Cycle 1: SPRING 2018 pilot Cycle 2: SPRING 2019 Student teacher MOOC MODULE FRAMEWORKS: A,B, C Student teacher MOOC
  15. 15. 15 ITELab (Initial Teacher Education Lab) is co-ordinated by EUN and co-funded under the European Commission’s Erasmus+. The project runs from January 2017 to December 2019. It is a Knowledge Alliance project between higher education institutions and industry, with the participation of policymakers to exchange information and shape recommendations. ITELab focuses on the development of digital pedagogical skills of future teachers, with three strands: monitoring and research; co-design and piloting of new content; knowledge exchange through an online ITE Forum. ITELab sits under the umbrella of European Schoolnet’s Future Classroom Lab initiative, to create a sustainable ITE Forum for on-going exchange between policy-makers, universities, industry in this priority area of initial teacher education. ABOUT ITELAB
  16. 16. • 5 ITE organisations – core pilot • University College Dublin( IE) • University of Newcastle (UK) • Polytechnic Institute of Santarem (PT) • University of Agder (NO) • University of Perugia (IT) • 4 industry partners – co-design • Microsoft • IRIS Connect • SMART Technologies • Steelcase • ITE Pilot evaluation  University of Würzburg (DE) ITELAB CONSORTIUM Coordinator • European Schoolnet Pedagogical Board • Six independent experts – wider stakeholder interests, feedback and recommendations Associate Partners • Universities, Industry, Ministries of Education and Regional Education Authorities participating as unfunded Associate partners • Members of an on-going University-ICT industry Education Forum – ITE Forum Independent Evaluator • Project operations and final deliverables
  17. 17. ITELAB (INITIAL TEACHER EDUCATION LAB) ITELab focuses on the development of digital pedagogical skills of future teachers, providing: Content ideas for universities to adapt and use in their existing curriculum/creation new courses. Trialled and tested frameworks, content, practical activities: THREE University teaching module frameworks: select part/all, combine/adapt, fit with your local assessment model. ONE open course MOOC, with practical activities and tools for your student teachers to network and learn from other teachers
  18. 18. ITELAB PHILOSOPHY
  19. 19. ITELab Design Workshop 6 June 2018 FCL at EUN, Brussels.
  20. 20. 20 BENEFITS OF PARTICIPATING IN ITELAB: HEAR FROM OUR STUDENT TEACHERS AND PARTNERS Dr Conor Galvin, University College Dublin Bart Verswijvel, European Schoolnet Hazel Marshall, student secondary teacher University of Newcastle Seamus O’Sullivan, student secondary teacher University College Dublin Chiara Burrello, student primary teacher University of Perugia Maria Albuquerque, student primary teacher Polytechnic Institute of Santarém Peter Claxton, SMART Technologies
  21. 21. 21 CO-DESIGNED AND TESTED WITH STUDENT TEACHERS, UNIVERSITIES & INDUSTRY
  22. 22. 22 OUR ‘NORTH STAR’ REFERENCE https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/en/publication/eur-scientific-and-technical-research-reports/european-framework-digital-competence-educators-digcompedu
  23. 23. 23 Self-Assessment Tool, dimensions of digital pedagogical competence Technology-Enhanced Teaching-Self-Assessment Tool, dimensions of digital pedagogical competence http://mentep.eun.org/tet-sat
  24. 24. 24 UCD+PTNRS UNI X UNI Y UNI Z Teaching module A framework ALL ITELab partners will be in the space to support and collaborate with you. YOU select what you want: review for ideas for your local design, implement an option that suits your local environments, connect with us. Uni X selects to implement PARTS from A and B within their existing course(s). Teaching module B framework Teaching modules C framework Uni Z selects to follow ALL of module C as a new option. Student teacher MOOC Uni Y asks all their student teachers to register/take the MOOC, digital certificate part of local assessment . AUTUMN PROGRAMME – EXAMPLES OF IMPLEMENTATION
  25. 25. 25 FLEXIBLE CONTENT OPTIONS AND PATHWAYS TO SELECT FROM Teaching, Learning & Prof Dev for Beginning/Student teachers A baseline teaching module framework to support C21 learning and teaching, e.g. • Extending the learning space • Video for C21st Learning and teaching • Technology for collaboration • Professional learning networks Ref: module framework A Designing for Learning A teaching module exploring principles and practical issues on learning design, e.g. • Learning Design • Digital design work • Problems and projects Ref: module framework B Working with Learners A teaching module to support planning of teaching activities, use of technology e.g. • Reading a learning environment • Reflection for classroom action • Reflection for prof. development Ref: module framework C THREE, FLEXIBLE TEACHING MODULE FRAMEWORKS latest versions: ITELab Staff Hub Select all, part, localise………… ONE, STUDENT TEACHER MOOC Opens: 14th October 2019 Closes: 20th November 2019 Registration and URL: available June Student teachers take the MOOC over 4 weeks Part of their course Put MOOC certificate in their e-portfolio Forms part of their local assessment • Practical activities and tools • Share and learn with their peers • Support by expert moderators Week 1: Entering the job Week 2: Unlock the classroom_active technology Week 3: Unlock the classroom_active space Week 4: The second staffroom Social MOOC: Twitter chat, Quiz Night, Teachmeet Ref: Networked Teacher version Spring 2019
  26. 26. 26 Module lead: Dr Conor Galvin E: conor.galvin@ucd.ie CONNECT WITH: THREE CO-DESIGNED TEACHING MODULE FRAMEWORKS LATEST UPDATES: ITELab staff hub
  27. 27. TEACHING, LEARNING & PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT FOR BEGINNING TEACHERS MODULE A FRAMEWORK Unit 1: Being a beginning teacher in a digital world Extending the Learning Space Teaching Today Unit 2: Widening the Teaching and Learning World Technology for: Interntnl. collaboration In-school & inter-school collaboration Video for C21st Learning and Teaching Sharing the Gains and Formalising Module- Learning Module Assessment Teachmeet Technology & Social media in Learning Personal & Professional Learning Networks CEFR A2 Explorer Level 10 weeks UCD: 5 ECTS PRIMARY FOCUS
  28. 28. The ITELab Philosophy: reflected in UCD assessment Innovative & pedagogy-focused. Activity-driven, collaborative, connected. Flexible & agile; primary & secondary ITE application, pan-European. conor.galvin@ucd.ie A portfolio of Learning Scenarios. Designing, authoring , sharing. Localised: teaching-relevant; TEL focused, European interest.
  29. 29. ‘Typical’ session at UCD… conor.galvin@ucd.ie 1. Set up an activity with short expert input (video or live)15 mins ; Compile findings 10 mins 2: Group work / design activity 80mins 3. Consolidation work, 30mins 4. Follow-up; portfolio work, 30 – 40 mins
  30. 30. conor.galvin@ucd.ie ITELab Challenge Questions; an aspect supporting assessment
  31. 31. Apr 29 – June 3 Jan 21 – March 4 Jan 21 – Apr 22 ‘Live-to-Air’ Sessions CO-TEACHING BETWEEN UNIVERSITIES Date tbc XXXX 2019 1200-1330h CET [11-1230h Dublin] Technology for international collaboration Date tbc XXXX 2019 1200-1330h CET [11-12:30h Dublin] Drawing the Learning Together; sharing the gains
  32. 32. 32 DESIGNING FOR LEARNING MODULE B FRAMEWORK What is Learning Design C21 Learning Scenarios Value of Learning Design Meeting the Digital Design Challenge Building Better Lessons Deeper Learning Problems and Projects Collaborative online projects Problem-based Learning CEFR B2 Investigator Level 6 weeks UCD: 3.5 ECTS
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  34. 34. 34 Module lead: Dr Conor Galvin E: conor.galvin@ucd.ie WORKING WITH LEARNERS: BLOCKS MODE – MIE ALIGNED MODULE C FRAMEWORK Situational Awareness in Teaching & Learning Awareness Theory 21CLD L1.1 & L1.3 Building Learning from Where They Are Reflection & Teaching Authoring & Embedding Accessible Content 21CLD L1.2 & L1.4 Reflective Professional Learning Assessment for Learning Theory Queensland Model Using Video for Professional Learning Mercer’s Dialogue Theory IRIS Connect Platform CEFR A2 Explorer Level UCD: 3.5 ECTS
  35. 35. HOW TO REGISTER FOR THE MICROSOFT EDUCATOR COMMUNITY Getting Started: Log into the Microsoft Educator Community If you are not yet registered in MEC: 1. Go to https://education.microsoft.com 2. Click the ‘Sign In’ button in the upper right of the page 3. Follow prompts (eg Select your Region & Country) 4. Select an Authentication Method and enter account information
  36. 36. The UCD Working With Learners sessions will be webcast from Microsoft Ireland DreamSpace https://www.microsoft.com/dreamspace/Home/
  37. 37. 37register for an IRIS Connect video platform user account
  38. 38. The ITELab Staff Hub is used to share updates week on week Staff hub : https://itelab.wordpress.com/
  39. 39.  Free MOOC for student teachers and newly qualified, teacher peers  MOOC Spring 2019: 3,700+ registrations, from 21 countries participated  Running again in Autumn 2019  Course STARTS: 14 OCT 2019 (4 weeks + extra time to finish tasks)  Registration link : available mid June 2019  MOOC syllabus, http://itelab.eun.org/pilots  Week 1: Entering the Job  Week 2: Unlock the Classroom_active technology  Week 3: Unlock the Classroom_active space  Week 4: The second staff room The Networked Teacher – Teaching in the 21st Century OPEN COURSE MOOC: ONLINE LEARNING WITH PEERS
  40. 40. CHARACTERISTICS  Free MOOC for student teachers, newly qualified with teacher peers  Start date 14 OCT 2019 (4 weeks + extra time to finish tasks)  Registration and enrolment open : from June, link here  Expert moderation. Digital Badge. Local support and accreditation The Networked Teacher – Teaching in the 21st Century Workload of 2,5 hours per week Free choice of tasks
  41. 41. COURSE TOPICS WEEK 1:Entering the job How teaching is changing Twitter for professional development Importance of lifelong learning Develop personal learning network. WEEK 2: Unlock the Classroom - Technology Understand concept of active learning Integration of technology in learning activities Affordances and challenges of technology enriched classroom Playful learning
  42. 42. COURSE TOPICS WEEK 3: Unlock the Classroom - Space Comfort and well-being at a school Connect classrooms for collaborative projects Classroom set-up to support pedagogical concepts WEEK 4: The second staffroom Manage information Communities of practice Understand copy right issues
  43. 43. SOCIAL MOOC Encouragement of interaction, connection between participants Course Activities allow for comments and feedback Live events (Ignite webinar, Twitter chat, Quiz night, Teachmeet) Backchannel on Twitter (and Facebook) #ITElab_eu
  44. 44. 44 NETWORKED TEACHER MOOC ITELab MOOC2 – “With this butterfly winged badge we are ready to fly…..” Spring 2019: 3,700+ participants from 21 countries Runs again: 14th October 2019 (4 weeks +1)
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  46. 46. 46 1. REVIEW ITELab courses: three module frameworks, one student teacher MOOC 2. EVALUATE: if you have trialled previously, or just reviewed, complete our simple surveys. 3. PLAN: how/where you participate in the Autumn 4. COMMUNICATE: email Autumn programme coordinator: Zuzana Soročinová (e: zuzana.sorocinova@eun.org ) 1. How you plan to participate: 2. When: 3. Your course/student teachers UNIVERSITIES COLLABORATING IN AUTUMN: YOUR NEXT STEPS
  47. 47. 47 MOOC EVALUATION RESULTS: PILOT SPRING 2018 Overall MOOC rating: x̅ = 4.4 Scale: 1 (poor) to 5 (excellent). N=40 Rating of difficulty: x̅ = 2.8 Scale: 1 (easy) to 5 (very difficult). N=40 0 0 4 17 19 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 1 - poor 2 3 4 5 - excellent Numberofparticipants Overall course rating 4 2 31 3 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 Very easy (1) Easy (2) Balanced (3) Difficult (4) Very difficult (5) Numberofparticipants MOOC difficulty
  48. 48. Focus groups with student teachers (n=11):  Usefulness (Module): “It's very forward-thinking and it is encouraging teachers to be 21st century teachers, and so it's really useful”.  Problems (Module): “One of the other participants was saying how she couldn’t […] mix up the rigid seating, because the chairs were bolted to the floor”. Focus Group with teacher educators (n=9):  Relevance (Module): “There is a kind of real mis-match between how young people are experiencing digital technology in school and how they are using it outside in home and informal contexts. That's a real danger that schools are becoming increasingly irrelevant. So there is a significant benefit – well, a small benefit – in just trying to open people's eyes to the possibilities of digital technology in school”. SELECTED MODULE EVALUATION RESULTS, JUNE 2018
  49. 49. SUPPORTING THE COLLABORATION: OUR “ANCHOR” PARTNERS 49 Coordinator: Associate partners and collaborating universities
  50. 50. 50 ITELab (Initial Teachers Education Lab) is a Knowledge Alliance project between higher education institutions and industry to foster innovation and knowledge exchange in initial teacher education (ITE). Project number: 575828-EPP-1-2016-1-BE-EPPKA2-KA. It is co- funded under the European Commission’s Erasmus+ Programme from January 2017 to December 2019. This publication was created with the financial support of the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union. This publication reflects the views only of the authors and the European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained herein. itelab.eun.org #ITELab_e u

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