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Greg SSAT Achievement Show - June 2016

Apr 16, 2017

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Education

  • Ensuring that learning technologies have impact

    Greg Hughes

    Vice-Principal: Learning Technologies & Curriculum

    The de Ferrers Academy

  • [email protected]@deepexperience1

  • Questions?

    https://todaysmeet.com/SSAT

  • Spot the difference

  • Spot the difference

    Reading the news privately

    Reading, sharing and creating the news

    Chatting, blogging

    Organising work

    Creating presentations

    Relaxing, playing

  • Mobile World

  • 640,000 gigabytes of data transferred

    204 million emails sent100,000 new tweets

    47,000 app downloads20 million Flickr photo views

    20 new victims of identity theft

    6 new Wikipedia articles published

    30 hours of video uploaded to YouTube

    1.3 million YouTube video views

    2+ million Google search queries

    6 million Facebook views

    100+ new LinkedIn accounts

    1300 new mobile phone users

    What happens in an internet minute?

    601015

    20253035

    404550

    55 5

    Adapted from http://www.intel.co.uk/content/www/uk/en/communications/internet-minute-infographic.html

    137,000 Instagram photos uploaded107,000 Skype calls

    4,100 smartphones sold

    http://www.intel.co.uk/content/www/uk/en/communications/internet-minute-infographic.html

  • Navigating the new education landscape

  • 1.Vision

  • To improve student learning outcomes Equip all our students and staff with

    21st century digital learning tools Ensure 1:1 programme is both 100%

    inclusive and sustainable To leverage potential of mobile learning

    technologies to support 24/7 access to learning

    1:1 Vision

  • Areas of focus

    Continuous Professional Development

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    Leadership & Vision

    1:1 iPad Strategy

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    owLeadership & Vision

    Continuous Professional Development

    1:1 iPad Strategy

  • Free on iBooks store

  • Free on iBooks store

  • Involving all students in staff & peer discussions to

    support learning, via sharing best practice,

    feedback and peer mentoring

    Collaboration

    Underpinning Pedagogy

    Resources

    Providing all teaching staff and students with engaging and relevant resources

    that are consistently good quality.

    Assessment for learning

    Integrating apps through workflow systems to collate

    data, assess student understanding and

    support differentiation

    Modelling

    Using various apps, web tools and

    display technologies to share work

    and model student ideas and skills in

    real-time.

  • Teachers

    Students

    Collaboration Resources Assessment for learning Modelling

    iTunes UTwitter

    FaceTime

    Verso Socrative

    Showbie

    Edmodo

    iMovie

    Keynote

    AirPlayExplain Everything

    iBooks

    Google Drive

  • SAMR model

    Substitution Tech acts as a direct tool substitute, with no

    Augmentation Tech acts as a direct tool substitute, with

    Modification Tech allows for significant task redesign

    Redefinition Tech allows for the creation of new tasks,

    Enhancement

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  • Spot the difference

  • Substitution

    Augmentation

    Redefinition

    Increasing Potential

    Increasing Work

    SAMR model

    Modification

  • 2012 - 1:1 iPad pilot program with 300 sixth form students (Years 12/13)

    2013 - 1:1 iPad program extended to 320 Year 10. Apple Regional Training Centre, 2 Apple Distinguished Educators

    2014 - 1:1 iPad program covers all 1050 Y10 - Y13 students on Trent Campus + over 200 staff

    2015 - Apple Distinguished Program school. MAT

    2016 - Spreading best practice across the MAT, digital books

    Journey so far

  • 2.CPD

  • Learning Technologies TeamVice Principal

    Learning Technology Innovators (3)

    Faculty iPad Pioneers (12) ICT Technicians (4.6)

    Digital Developer

    Student Digital Leaders (6)

  • Learning Technologies Training Plan

    Term 1 Term 2 Term 3

    Termly CPD & Weekly Drop-ins - LTI team

    Class support/Blogs/iTunes U courses - SDLs

    Bi-Annual Faculty Meetings - FiPPs

    O b j e c t i v e s

    E v a l u a t i o n

  • 3.Community

  • Apple Regional Training Centre

    Apple Distinguished

    Educators

    Apple Distinguished

    Program

  • Outreach work

  • Critical partners

    3 year STEM project (), involvement in digital books and impact

    research. Opportunities for PR,

    international partnership work, research support and HE endorsement of

    1:1 iPad program.

    Shared HR, Finance, T&L support. Economies of

    scale - digital strategy for ICT training & support, infrastructure, digital

    content. Leverage potential of iPads and free cloud

    services.

    Support for ITT and use of mobile learning

    technologies (E-Bacc). Helps Academy with

    recruitment, sustainable digital books project,

    develops CPD/skill of our staff presenting/planning

    workshops.

    MAT primary schools

  • 4.Student Learning

  • Flexible learning spaces

    24/7 access to learning resources

    Focus on assessing understanding, not content retention

    Greater independence/self-pace

    Personalised delivery

    What students want:

  • Accelerated Learning Cycle

    CONNECT ACTIVATE DEMONSTRATE CONSOLIDATE

    FEEDBACK

    MODELLING

    PRE-STUDY

    Source: Accelerated Learning in the Classroom, Alistair Smith, 1996

  • Accelerated Learning Cycle

    CONNECT ACTIVATE DEMONSTRATE CONSOLIDATE

    FEEDBACK

    MODELLING

    PRE-STUDY

    Source: Accelerated Learning in the Classroom, Alistair Smith, 1996

  • Synchronous classroom

    Asynchronous classroom

    Differentiation

    iTunes U supports the redefinition of the traditional classroom.iTunes U

  • Learning ObjectivesWeblinks

    Differentiated questions

  • Lesson Notes

    Video Tutorials

  • Discussions Quick to set up

    Use with dictation tools

    Introduce multiple discussion topics

    Ideal for peer support / Flipped Learning models

  • 5. Its time to get hands-on.

  • www.itunes.com/foreducators

  • 6.Impact

  • Valu

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    45%

    53%

    60%

    68%

    75%

    Category Axis2010/11 2011/12 2012/13 2013/14 2014/15

    The de Ferrers Academy

    England - All Schools

    2013/14 Examination Methodology Changes:Previous year data not directly comparable.

    iPad Adoption

    5+ A*-C Grades (inc English & Maths)

  • A level PE

  • GCSE level Maths

    Maths entrance data

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    32.5

    65

    97.5

    130

    MidYis Score KS2 score

    32.4

    119

    34.2

    122

    11A1 11B1

    Little difference at age 11

    Y11 GCSE exam data

    GCS

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    6

    6.5

    7

    7.5

    8

    Average GCSE mock Score

    6.4

    7.4

    11A1 11B1

    Now +1.0 GCSE grade difference at

    age 16

    Y11 GCSE exam data

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    3

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    Different grade distribution

    A

  • Impressive use of iPad for feedbackOfsted Pilot Inspection Nov 2014

    Lesson Observations

    Assessments & Results

    Surveys & Resources

  • After 2/3 years of 1:1 iPad: Record results at GCSE (age 16) and A level (age 18)

    Gap closed for PP students Big increase in top grades (A/A*) Classes that engaged the most with iPad & iTunes U seeing the biggest gains/progress (Science, Maths, PE)

    No decrease in behaviour/results slippage!

    Does it have an impact?

  • Other areas of savingsThere are numerous savings observed including:

    Reduction in spending on traditional PC infrastructure (50k+)

    Reduction in spending on some online services, such as VLEs, online gaming software (10k)

    Reduction in spending on printing, paper, copying and student planners (30k+)

    8:30am Monday8:30am Tuesday8:30am Wednesday8:30am Thursday

  • Its not a cost, its an investment in the future

    Steve Allen, Executive Principal

  • Q & AThank you

    Greg Hughes

    Vice Principal: Learning Technologies & Curriculum

    [email protected]@deepexperience1