Week 1 learning summary
What have we learned this week?
- Neil Selwyn has helped us to consider the importance of purpose as part of effective technology use.
- The SAMR model has made us think about how frameworks and models can be helpful in navigating the tricky decisions about the effective use of education technologies.
- Written and video case studies have provided examples of purposeful education technology implementation to support evidence-based teaching and learning.
We’d love to hear about your learning online with the hashtag #FLEducationTech.
If you’d like to extend your learning from this week, take a look at the suggested links and further reading available under ‘See also’ at the bottom of this page.
What will we learn next week?
Next week, we’ll be exploring the research about building students’ knowledge and understanding in the classroom.
We’ll be introduced to dual coding, cognitive load theory, multimedia learning and what makes effective collaboration, looking at both research evidence and a range of case studies from schools.
Week 2 - Building students’ knowledge and understanding using technology
- How might concepts such as dual coding and cognitive load theory help with presenting new content and concepts effectively?
- What makes effective pupil collaboration in the classroom?
- How can presentation of new ideas and pupil collaboration be enabled with technology?
Thank you to everyone who has contributed to making this week’s learning happen: Cat Scutt, Cathy Lewin, Jonathan Firth, Paul Howard-Jones, Christian Bokhove, Neil Selwyn, Claire Badger at Godolphin & Latymer School, Peter Watts at Chesterton Community College, Iesha Small, Alison Clark-Wilson, Kristen Weatherby, Fergal Moane at Sandringham School, Greg Hughes and George Andrew at de Ferrers Academy, Amy Fancourt at Queen Anne’s School, Joe Perkins and John Hurst with Apple Distinguished Schools, our course reviewers and MASH Production.
When you’re ready, click the ‘Mark as complete’ button below and we’ll look forward to seeing you next week.
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