Laptop Program for year 9 2013 Princes Hill Secondary ... - Wiki

Laptop Program for year 9 2013 Princes Hill Secondary ... - Wiki

BYOD Program 2015 Yr8+Yr9 Princes Hill Secondary College October 15 2014 Only the wisest and stupidest of men never change. Confucius

Moores Law Agenda

Rationale for 1:1 Computing PHSC 1:1 History / IT Strategy Why move to BYOD? How will BYOD work? What device to get? What have we learnt? / BYOD Challenges

Next steps Q&A Rationale for 1:1 Computing 2008 Rationale for 1:1 Computing Federal Government launched DER in late 2008 and allocated $2.4 billion over

seven years. AIMS: provide laptops to all public high school students in years 9-12 through the National Secondary School Computer Fund (NSSCF) deploy high speed broadband to all Australian schools deploy quality digital tools, resources and infrastructure support increase in (ICT) proficiency for teachers and students develop projects and research that will support the use of ICT in learning enable parents to participate in their childs education through online learning and access

support mechanisms that will provide assistance to schools in ICT deployment Rationale for 1:1 Computing 2013 Rationale for 1:1 Computing Some key findings:

Rationale for 1:1 Computing Chair: Professor Shirley Alexander Rationale for 1:1 Computing The college believes that ICT/eLearning will continue to grow as an area of importance in education. This will be in the areas of information management, communication and the use of

innovative technologies to engage students and provide differentiated learning opportunities. PHSC 1:1 History Year 1:1 Program Details 2012 Year 9 NSSCF Year 10 NSSCF 2013 Year 9 Lease Program Year 10 NSSCF Year 11 NSSCF

2014 Year 9 BYOD Year 10 Lease Program Year 11 NSSCF Year 12 NSSCF PHSC IT Strategy Sets out a 3 year vision from 2013 - 2015 Covers all aspects of IT at PHSC

School Management Systems eLearning End Devices Infrastructure Progressive plan with staged introduction of change

Why move to BYOD? Why move to BYOD? Pilot and other schools successful No more Gov

funding to support 1:1 Individual preferences allowed for Funding/Spare devices to address equity

Procurement often cheaper Students have increased care levels Admin costs of Lease program

prohibitive Can select affordable device Open Source/ Cloud Computing

Some families already have devices How will BYOD work? All 2015 Year 7 9 students will be expected to bring a device (Laptop/Netbook/Tablet) to school for use in classroom learning. The student (family) take all responsibility for the purchase, maintenance, security and insurance of the

device. The school will facilitate access to the wireless network for each device. What device to get? What device to get? Recommendation is that students bring a Laptop with minimum of 2GB RAM: At least Windows 7

At least OS10.7.5 [Preferred] The BYOD Policy Document will also outline some required software:

PDF Viewer Word Processer and Spreadsheet Web Browser Media Player Anti-virus Software/Anti-Malware What device to get? If you have an existing device, our recommendation (in

priority order) is to use: Windows Laptop/Netbook Macbook Laptop/Netbook Tablet Device iPad

While tablet devices are very good for browsing and viewing text and have good performance, power and functionality, they are less ideal for input and editing of work. What have we learnt? 1. Internet reliability is critical - we have upgraded our bandwidth for improved access. 2. Staff professional development needs to be

ongoing to ensure devices are exploited in learning activities. 3. Students must be accountable for bringing device to school every day fully charged. 4. Parents may require some advice/support on managing device time at home. BYOD Challenges Families need to cover insurance, warranty and maintenance of the device.

Limited technical support provided by PHSC IT. Lack of consistent software. Potential to waste classroom time in teacher managing non-standard environment. Wireless/Network capacity QUESTIONS What about handwriting, will this decline?

There is no intention for the laptops to replace the use of workbooks and pens. Handwriting remains an essential skill for students, especially given that exams at year 12 require sound handwriting skills. Handwriting will still form the basis of the daily learning for students as it always has. How will the college manage social media?

Twitter and Facebook are both blocked within the college. We are developing protocols to deal with in class skyping. Teacher practice will evolve to deal with these new challenges. Cyber safety is an ongoing feature of our student welfare program. Is it anticipated that students will be typing on the devices in every class?

No. The college does not have ergonomic furniture, and as such students cannot be required to sit and type for extended periods each day. Workbooks will still be the basis of work and note taking, but it may be the case that the laptops are used for some assessment tasks. Will the cost of the laptop be offset by purchasing e books? This is increasingly expected to be the case. There

will be some savings with books, and parents will be given choice with regard to either purchasing a bundle of text books that included the ebook and a regular text book or the ebook alone. My child already spends an enormous amount of time looking at a computer screen. Is this a concern? As a school we are very aware of the potentially dehumanising effects of this kind of technology.

Limits will be placed on the amount of time that students use the devices, for example, they will not be permitted to be used at recess and lunchtime. Other Questions Next Steps

1. 2. 3. 4. Review BYOD Information document Source a device and software Print and review the BYOD User Agreement Prepare to bring Device + Agreement to school first week 2015

5. Register your device with BYOD Support Desk Key people for this program Peter Wood ICT Coordinator: [email protected] Dean Robinson eLearning Coordinator [email protected] Further questions John Goodman:

[email protected] Phone 9389 0602 APPENDIX A eLearning How will the laptops be used? Dean Robinson eLearning Coordinator

PHSC IT Strategy IT Infrastructure & Network 1:1 Computing/ Devices eLearning

School Management Personal Productivity Tools PHSC IT Strategy IT Infrastructure

& Network 1:1 Computing/ Devices eLearning Students Teachers

Parents Community School Management Personal Productivity Tools

What is eLearning? eLearning comprises all forms of electronically supported learning and teaching. The information and communication systems, whether networked learning or not, serve as specific media to implement the learning process. Source: Tavangarian D., Leypold M., Nlting K., Rser M.,(2004). Is e-learning the Solution for Individual Learning? Journal of e-learning, 2004

In the beginning There were books Then came computers and eLearning 1.0: e-learning systems were based on instructional packets delivered to students using assignments. Assignments were evaluated by the teacher. One-way communication. Read-only.

eLearning 1.0 Web 1.0

Static pages Use of framesets Use of tables Proprietary HTML extensions GIF buttons HTML forms sent via email e-Learning 1.0

Then came Web 2.0 Emphasis on social learning. Use of social software such as blogs, wikis, podcasts. Assumes knowledge is socially constructed. Emphasis on learning by

teaching to others Interactive Web 2.0 . and eLearning 2.0 Next?? Web 3.0 Important to create the collaborative platform to support

eLearning 2.0 APPENDIX B PHSC Wiki What is a Wiki? What is a Wiki? A web page that can be edited by whoever you choose. A wiki is a website whose users can add,

modify, or delete its content via a web browser using a simplified markup language or a rich-text editor. Wikis are typically powered by wiki software and are often created collaboratively by multiple users. Examples include community websites, corporate intranets, knowledge management systems, and note-taking. Ward Cunningham, the developer of the first wiki software, WikiWikiWeb, originally described it as "the simplest online database that could possibly work.

Wiki" is a Hawaiian word meaning "fast" or "quick" PHSC using Confluence Wiki PHSC Wiki Centralised Curriculum eLearning

Activities PHSC Curriculum Central Centralised repository for documentation of curriculum Easy access to learning activities Easy access to student and teacher resources

PHSC Curriculum Central PHSC eLearning Activities Modify existing learning activities to incorporate interactive eLearning Create new eLearning

activities Harvest eLearning from others Developing eLearning Skills/Capabilities General skills

Wiki/Blogs Office Word/Powerpoint Prezi Google Docs Podcasts

Web 2.0 Freeware Specialised skills Movie maker

Tracker Inspiration .. PHSC eLearning Approach 1. Develop eLearning Activities 2. Develop eLearning Skills/Capabilities Faculties

English Activity 1 Activity 2 Activity 3 Humanities Science Maths ..

Sample PHSC eLearning Software Dollars & Sense Early Bird Article Confluence Wiki PDF Viewer Google Docs Forms Yr9 Maths Linear Relations Confluence Wiki Geogebra

Yr9 Humanities Gold Rush Mapping Confluence Wiki MS Powerpoint Paint-Net VCE Business Management Employement Cycle Confluence Wiki Google Docs Forms

APPENDIX C PHSC IT Strategy PHSC IT Strategy IT Infrastructure & Network 1:1 Computing/ Devices

eLearning Students Teachers Parents Community School Management

Personal Productivity Tools School Management Compass School Manager - Attendance - Excursion Management - Instrument Music integration

- Personalised daily news feed - GPA (Grade Point Average) - Parent/Student/Teacher conferences - Resource Bookings - Room swap and management - Mobile (iPhone, Android) interface - Calendar Syncronisation - Intergrates with Timetabler, FirstClass and more - Parent Portal - Course confirmation

- Student Enrolment - Welfare Management - Class file resources - SMS Notifications and Alerts - School Budget Manager (DEECD/Maze - to release Compass compatible budget integration module in next release of CASES21) - Integrates with CompassKiosks, CompassPOS, CompassPay, MyReport, TalkingPoints PHSC IT Strategy IT Infrastructure

& Network 1:1 Computing/ Devices eLearning Students Teachers

Parents Community School Management Personal Productivity Tools

Personal Productivity Tools APPENDIX D Software

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