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Webinar Options

Screen Recording

How to create screencasts/screen recordings on an iPad and Mac so that you can post online.

Flipped Learning

Pedagogy of flipped learning.
How this can lead to increased ownership and responsibility from students.
Designing and recording scaffolded screencasts.
Sharing resources effectively.
Online tools to support flipped learning and get you started quickly
Communicating with your students.

Creating Content for Flipped Learning

Session 1
Utilising different tools and methodology for creating content and delivering flipped learning.
Using your webcam to stream live and record sessions.
Utilising the camera on a phone to record content, upload and link to classes.

Session 2
OneNote as a content creator and use of annotated notes for students and teacher feedback.

Session 3
PowerPoint - used as a screencasting option. Recording a PowerPoint presentation and sharing with classes.

Microsoft Teams towards personalised learning

Session 1
Introduction to Microsoft Teams in the classroom
Channel design
Tab design for effective learning
Collaborative documents
Managing posts
Running meetings in Microsoft Teams and recording

Session 2
Assignments
Assignments in Microsoft Teams
Designing a task
Distribution of tasks
Differentiation

Session 3
Group work
Facilitating group work
Setting up group chat
Managing group work virtually

Session 4
Analytics
Monitoring progress and Analytics
Providing feedback
Using analytics to measure engagement

Session 5
Marking work
How to manage students submitting work
Mark and feedback processes
Using OneNote to provide verbal feedback

Session 6
OneNote in class Microsoft Microsoft Microsoft Teams
How to integrate into lessons
How to distribute pages

Session 7
Using parental email digest to keep parents notified of tasks and due dates (if available)

Minecraft Education Edition (MEE)

Session 1
Getting Started (basics)
Logging in
Navigating and moving around in MEE
Finding and opening worlds
Building + inventory
Capturing and sharing learning

Session 2
Customising and personalising lessons for your students
Creating activities within worlds (NPC's and boards)
Sharing customised worlds with students

Session 3
Developing resources and building confidence

Ask me anything
Session designed to answer questions and provide coaching support for teachers. Could be individual or group sessions. The ‘solutions’ can be recorded and then added to a pool of resources that others can access.
Flipgrid

Session 1
Introduction
What is Flipgrid
How to set up a grid
Participating in a grid
Using Flipgrid to provide information for parents

Session 2
More tools
Explore some of the often overlooked features of Flipgrid. Learn how to support your students in a personalised, creative way so they can articulate their learning to you, and others.

Providing Feedback
How to give effective feedback for learning using a variety of tools:
Microsoft Word
Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Stream
Microsoft OneNote
Tracking Progress and Differentiation
Microsoft Forms
Constructing a form for pre and post testing
Analysing data
Creating self marking tests using Forms
Creating differentiated assessments using Forms
Microsoft OneNote

Introduction
The user interface of OneNote
How to set up sections
Adding content
Adding video and audio

Class Notebook
Benefits of Class Notebook
Setting up Class Notebook
Building class content
Distributing pages and content
Monitoring student work
Giving feedback

Tips and Tricks
Search
Tags
Group work in OneNote
Spreadsheet integration

Assistive Technologies

Session 1
Utilising the inbuilt assistive technology within O365 products.
Immersive reader
Voice to text
Grammar
Visual dictionary

Session 2
PowerPoint
Using subtitles
Altering language of subtitles
Recording presentations with subtitles

Literacy with 0365

Session 1 - Lower Primary
Use digital tools (within O365 and beyond) to engage and excite your students in 21st Century Literacy Learning while working remotely, but still collaboratively.

Find meaningful ways for your students to consume, create and connect with a range of media and information sources.

Session 2 - Upper Primary
Use digital tools (within O365 and beyond) to engage and excite your students in 21st Century Literacy Learning while working remotely, but still collaboratively.

Find meaningful ways for your students to consume, create and connect with a range of media and information sources.

Session 3 - Secondary
Use digital tools (within O365 and beyond) to engage and excite your students in 21st Century Literacy Learning while working remotely, but still collaboratively.

Find meaningful ways for your students to consume, create and connect with a range of media and information sources.

Numeracy with 0365

Session 1 - Junior School (Younger Learners)
Leverage 0365 tools, and more, to deliver purposeful and relevant maths experiences for all students.

Explore the benefits of flipped learning while creating maths tasks that are accessible to all learners and maximise 21st century learning skills.

Focus on efficient communication and feedback/feed forward strategies with your learners.

Session 1 - Middle School (Older Learners)
Leverage 0365 tools, and more, to deliver purposeful and relevant maths experiences for all students.

Explore the benefits of flipped learning while creating maths tasks that are accessible to all learners and maximise 21st century learning skills.

Focus on efficient communication and feedback/feed forward strategies with your learners.

Seesaw

Session 1: Getting Started (basics)
Setting up accounts and classes: how to guide Students accessing your class - gaining access to QR codes for scanning, FAQ and troubleshooting.
Setting up folders and submission settings for students.

Session 2: Content Creation
Creating original posts and content for the students to use and respond to.
Using the Library to post interactive activities – using templates of already curated activities and posting to students. Content areas, subject specific.

Session 3: Collaboration
Creating feedback for students – related to 4 learning principles (set clear goals for students in posts and giving direct feedback related to the learning outcomes or success criteria).
Overview of types of feedback - annotation, audio.

Session 4: Pedagogy
Digital Learning and flipped learning pedagogies for SeeSaw. How to create online activities that are age appropriate and scaffold skills whilst allowing for creativity and deeper learning.

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Webinar Options

Screen Recording

How to create screencasts/screen recordings on an iPad and Mac so that you can post online.

Flipped Learning

Pedagogy of flipped learning.
How this can lead to increased ownership and responsibility from students.
Designing and recording scaffolded screencasts.
Sharing resources effectively.
Online tools to support flipped learning and get you started quickly
Communicating with your students.

Creating Content for Flipped Learning

Session 1
Utilising different tools and methodology for creating content and delivering flipped learning.
Using your webcam to stream live and record sessions.
Utilising the camera on a phone to record content, upload and link to classes.

Session 2
OneNote as a content creator and use of annotated notes for students and teacher feedback.

Session 3
PowerPoint - used as a screencasting option. Recording a PowerPoint presentation and sharing with classes.

Microsoft Teams towards personalised learning

Session 1
Introduction to Microsoft Teams in the classroom
Channel design
Tab design for effective learning
Collaborative documents
Managing posts
Running meetings in Microsoft Teams and recording

Session 2
Assignments
Assignments in Microsoft Teams
Designing a task
Distribution of tasks
Differentiation

Session 3
Group work
Facilitating group work
Setting up group chat
Managing group work virtually

Session 4
Analytics
Monitoring progress and Analytics
Providing feedback
Using analytics to measure engagement

Session 5
Marking work
How to manage students submitting work
Mark and feedback processes
Using OneNote to provide verbal feedback

Session 6
OneNote in class Microsoft Microsoft Microsoft Teams
How to integrate into lessons
How to distribute pages

Session 7
Using parental email digest to keep parents notified of tasks and due dates (if available)

Minecraft Education Edition (MEE)

Session 1
Getting Started (basics)
Logging in
Navigating and moving around in MEE
Finding and opening worlds
Building + inventory
Capturing and sharing learning

Session 2
Customising and personalising lessons for your students
Creating activities within worlds (NPC's and boards)
Sharing customised worlds with students

Session 3
Developing resources and building confidence

Ask me anything
Session designed to answer questions and provide coaching support for teachers. Could be individual or group sessions. The ‘solutions’ can be recorded and then added to a pool of resources that others can access.
Flipgrid

Session 1
Introduction
What is Flipgrid
How to set up a grid
Participating in a grid
Using Flipgrid to provide information for parents

Session 2
More tools
Explore some of the often overlooked features of Flipgrid. Learn how to support your students in a personalised, creative way so they can articulate their learning to you, and others.

Providing Feedback
How to give effective feedback for learning using a variety of tools:
Microsoft Word
Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Stream
Microsoft OneNote
Tracking Progress and Differentiation
Microsoft Forms
Constructing a form for pre and post testing
Analysing data
Creating self marking tests using Forms
Creating differentiated assessments using Forms

Session 1: Getting Started (basics)
Setting up accounts and classes: how to guide Students accessing your class - gaining access to QR codes for scanning, FAQ and troubleshooting.
Setting up folders and submission settings for students.

Session 2: Content Creation
Creating original posts and content for the students to use and respond to.
Using the Library to post interactive activities – using templates of already curated activities and posting to students. Content areas, subject specific.

Session 3: Collaboration
Creating feedback for students – related to 4 learning principles (set clear goals for students in posts and giving direct feedback related to the learning outcomes or success criteria).
Overview of types of feedback - annotation, audio.

Session 4: Pedagogy
Digital Learning and flipped learning pedagogies for SeeSaw. How to create online activities that are age appropriate and scaffold skills whilst allowing for creativity and deeper learning.

Microsoft OneNote

Introduction
The user interface of OneNote
How to set up sections
Adding content
Adding video and audio

Class Notebook
Benefits of Class Notebook
Setting up Class Notebook
Building class content
Distributing pages and content
Monitoring student work
Giving feedback

Tips and Tricks
Search
Tags
Group work in OneNote
Spreadsheet integration

Assistive Technologies

Session 1
Utilising the inbuilt assistive technology within O365 products.
Immersive reader
Voice to text
Grammar
Visual dictionary

Session 2
PowerPoint
Using subtitles
Altering language of subtitles
Recording presentations with subtitles

Literacy with 0365

Session 1 - Lower Primary
Use digital tools (within O365 and beyond) to engage and excite your students in 21st Century Literacy Learning while working remotely, but still collaboratively.

Find meaningful ways for your students to consume, create and connect with a range of media and information sources.

Session 2 - Upper Primary
Use digital tools (within O365 and beyond) to engage and excite your students in 21st Century Literacy Learning while working remotely, but still collaboratively.

Find meaningful ways for your students to consume, create and connect with a range of media and information sources.

Session 3 - Secondary
Use digital tools (within O365 and beyond) to engage and excite your students in 21st Century Literacy Learning while working remotely, but still collaboratively.

Find meaningful ways for your students to consume, create and connect with a range of media and information sources.

Numeracy with 0365

Session 1 - Juniors (Younger Learners)
Leverage 0365 tools, and more, to deliver purposeful and relevant maths experiences for all students.

Explore the benefits of flipped learning while creating maths tasks that are accessible to all learners and maximise 21st century learning skills.

Focus on efficient communication and feedback/feed forward strategies with your learners.

Session 2 - Juniors (Older Learners)
Leverage 0365 tools, and more, to deliver purposeful and relevant maths experiences for all students.

Explore the benefits of flipped learning while creating maths tasks that are accessible to all learners and maximise 21st century learning skills.

Focus on efficient communication and feedback/feed forward strategies with your learners.

Seesaw

Session 1: Getting Started (basics)
Setting up accounts and classes: how to guide Students accessing your class - gaining access to QR codes for scanning, FAQ and troubleshooting.
Setting up folders and submission settings for students.

Session 2: Content Creation
Creating original posts and content for the students to use and respond to.
Using the Library to post interactive activities – using templates of already curated activities and posting to students. Content areas, subject specific.

Session 3: Collaboration
Creating feedback for students – related to 4 learning principles (set clear goals for students in posts and giving direct feedback related to the learning outcomes or success criteria).
Overview of types of feedback - annotation, audio.

Session 4: Pedagogy
Digital Learning and flipped learning pedagogies for SeeSaw. How to create online activities that are age appropriate and scaffold skills whilst allowing for creativity and deeper learning.

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