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Literature Review
Purpose: Can active learning strategies increase student engagement and overall achievement
in my ICT classes as NIPA?
CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK
Factors that affect student engagement.
Strategies used: Active learning, problem based learning. (Waschke, 2015)
 Active Learning
THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
Theory: Constructivist Theory, Experiential Learning Theory, Social Constructivist, Vygotsky’s
Zone of Proximal Development
Description: A major theme in the constructivist theoretical framework of Bruner is that
learning is an active process in which learners construct new ideas or concepts based upon
their current/past knowledge.
Application:
STRATEGIES FOR COLLECTING DATA
Baseline Data: School Records (Attendance), Grade Results, School Dropouts (Observation,
Surveys) Artifacts: Memos, Reports, Records, and Test Results
Observations: Field Notes (Lack of Attention, Focus) Attitude, Checklist, Photos
Inquiry: Pre Questionnaire/Survey: Interview
Keep a research diary/journal, share experience of the intervention process. (Chap 5)
*TIPS
Only citations, paraphrase
Used references from year 2000 ….upwards
A SYLLABUS FRAMEWORK (SCHEME OF WORK)
Module: System Components
Unit Title: Power Supplies
Objective
Leading
Processes/Strategies
Content
Learning
Outcome
Learning
Resources
Identifying
Power
Supply
Components
 Lecture
 Video Demonstration
 Discussions
Student will be
able to select a
compatible
power supply
unit.
Handouts, Multimedia, Speaker,
Power Supply Unit.
Install a
Power
Supply Unit
 Grouped/Cooperative Learning
 Demonstrations
Power supply
connectors, power,
voltages, wattage,
pass through
connector,
transformer.
Voltages, Amps,
Wattage,
Resistance,
Student will be
able to Install a
power supply
and connect it
to various
internal
components.
Multi-meter,
Power Supply
Tester, Philips
Screw Driver, Torx
Screwdriver,
Used Computer
with Power Supply
Unit.
Worksheet Activity.
Assessment of Learning: Performance Based Task
TEACHING PLAN – LESSON #1
Name of Lesson: Identifying Power Supply Components
Learning Outcomes: Student will be able to select a compatible PSU.
Phases
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
The teacher introduces
ACTION PLAN (END OF CHAPTER 1)
Purpose: Can active learning strategies increase student engagement and overall achievement
in my ICT classes as NIPA?
Objective
Tasks
Persons
Start
Finish
Location Resources
1. To select a
focus
Brainstorm
and search
literature.
Action
Researcher
& PLC
04/02/2019
04/02/2019
NIPA/PSVE
2. To collect
Baseline Data
Gather
school
records/res
ults.
Conduct
pre-tests.
Interpret
data &
make a
decision
Plan the
Class Action
Research
Cycle
Develop a
Syllabus
Framework
Action
Researcher
07/02/2019
Action
Researcher
& PLC
08/02/2019
11/02/2019
NIPA/PSVE
Graphical
Representati
on
Action
Researcher
07/02/2019
07/02/2019
NIPA/PSVE
Action
Researcher
08/02/2019
08/02/2019
NIPA/PSVE
Gather
student
generated
data
Interpret
Data for
Conclusion
Write a
Report
Action
Researcher
11/02/2019
11/02/2019
NIPA/PSVE
Action
Researcher
& PLC
Action
Researcher
11/02/2019
07/02/2019
12/02/2019
NIPA/PSVE
Online
Journal/
Literature
Review
Lesson
Resources,
Lab, Tools,
PSU.
Student
Worksheets,
Assignments,
Multi-media
Research
Literature
18/02/2019
NIPA/PSVE
3. To analyze
and interpret
baseline data
4. To develop an
Action Plan
5. To implement
the
Intervention
6. To collect data
7. To analyze
and interpret
data
8. To share
results
NIPA/PSVE
Computer
Professional
Literature/
Online
Journal
School
Archives,
Student Files
Computer &
Word
Processing
Software
AR Test Review
2 Features of A/R} Initial Reflection, Practical Based Approach
Benefits} Expands Thinking, Skills, Professional Knowledge, Teaching Styles, School Climate,
Builds Collaboration
Profession Library} Prof. Lit, Instrument, Resources, Assess, Tools
Recurring Difficulties} Time, Narrowing the Focus
Principles that Guide AR} Natural setting, Plural Structure, Risk, Reflective Critique
Types of AR} Individual, Collaborative, School wide, District-wide
Scope} Time, Setting
3 Common Approaches to AR} Qualitative, Quantitative, Mixed Methods
Other names for AR} Action Planning, Participatory, Collaborative Inquiry
Data Collection Categories} Artifacts, Observation, Inquiry
Distinction between AR and Basic Research} Solving Problems
Why is AR considered a cycle} Continuous Process
History of AR} 1-Kurt Lewin, 2-Steven Corey, 3-Lawrence Stenhouse (1970)
What comes of a PLC/what are the benefits} Collaboration, Collective Learning, Shared
Personal Practice, Supportive
Qualitative is also known as} Descriptive, Interpretive
Validity} Triangulation, Utility, Member checking
Rationale for Res. Study} Philosophical Assumptions
Important Component – Tec Voc. Education} Teaching Reflection
Teaching for All Learning Styles} Differentiation
Validity} Constructivism
Dominant Subjectivity/Researcher Statement} Bias
Res. Ethnics} Axiology
Classroom Pedagogy} Formative Assessments, Modeling, E-learning, Cooperative Learning
Reflective Practice} Reading, Researching, Sharing, Collaborating (PLC)
21st Century Skills} Creativity, Problem Solving, Critical Thinking, Collaboration, Leadership,
Communication Skills
Professional Development} Workshops, Conferences, Action Research
Narrowing the focus} Brainstorming
Natural Setting} Authentic
I.T.A} Workshops, Conferences, Action Research
(Ganim & Evely, 2016)
References
Bibliography
Ganim, Z., & Evely, M. (2016). Unmotivated and disengaged. Retrieved from Psych4Schools:
https://www.psych4schools.com.au/free-resources/unmotivated-disengaged/
Waschke, L. J. (2015). Why do Pupils in Primary and Secondary Education in Sint Maarten have Low Test
Results. Philipsburg, Sint Maarten: University Utrecht.
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