NO YES - Professional Development Toolkit

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• 15 yrs in education and technology
• 20 yrs in education and technology
• Managing Director of Imagine Education
• Last position Microsoft Global Director for K-12
• Global experience in over 30 countries
• ICT and education, pre-service teacher training
and innovative curriculum design
• Educator training around 21st Century Skills
Development for Microsoft
• Responsible for Middle East & North Africa for
The British Council’s Connecting Classrooms
Teacher Professional Development
• Professional Coach with emphasis on change
management
• Strategic consulting, program management,and
facilitation of public private partnerships
• Currently manages Partners in Learning Training
Provider programon behalf of Microsoft
1. Latest research on professional development and
implications for trainers.
2. Discover professional development assets to create
new or supplement your current programs.
3. Overview of Level 100, 200 and 300 professional
development offerings
4. How to become a Partners in Learning Training
Provider
Capacity building is anything that is done to
increase the collective effectiveness of a
group
Michael Fullan
• Engagement, best practice sharing and professional
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development opportunities
Opportunity to receive customer referrals
Recognition on the PiLN as a teacher trainer
Affinity with Microsoft
Chance to attend the Global Forum
Over 150 hours of pedagogically sound content
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A 21st century curriculum?
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Critical thinking
Multi-literacy
Problem solving
Information gathering
Information analysis
Information ethics
Project-based learning
Inquiry-based
parents
teacher
friends
library
The networked teacher
What skills does a 21st century teacher need?
Attend a lecture
Observe a demonstration of ICT use
Conduct research on a particular topic
Receive or deliver 1:1 coaching
Practice a new teaching method
Develop or review curriculum materials
Paln a lesson or unit of work
Review and discuss student work
Observe a colleague
What research says
New models of professional development
Type
Action research
Mentor programs
Peer coaching
Professional
development schools
Professional learning
communities
Professional learning
networks
Do already
Learn more about
Microsoft research-based professional
development and assessment solutions
Innovative Teaching and Learning
Moving from theory to action
innovative teaching
school and system
level conditions
Innovative Teaching + ICT Access
Student Centered
Pedagogies
Personalized
Collaborative
Knowledge building
Learning to learn
Learning
Beyond the
Classroom
Problem Solving
24/7 learning
opportunities
Global and cultural
understanding
Using Digital
Tools
Using ICT for:
Knowledge building
Collaboration
Creativity
Innovation
How can we
support
educators
through this
transformation?
Knowledge
Creation
Knowledge
Deepening
Technology Literacy
(ICT in Education context)
Digital Literacy/Productivity Tools
UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers
Partners in Learning Professional Development
Knowledge
Creation
Knowledge
Deepening
L400: Peer
Coaching
L300:21st Century
Lesson Design
(ICT in Education context)
L200: Teaching with
Technology + Optional Cert
Digital Literacy/Productivity Tools
L100: Digital Literacy
Technology Literacy
UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers
Partners in Learning Professional Development
Each curriculum can build on the next
Peer
Coaching
21st Century
Lesson Design
Teaching with
Technology
Microsoft Digital Literacy
Teaching with Technology
30 hours, self-paced
Partners in Learning Professional Development
Knowledge
Creation
Knowledge
Deepening
L400: Peer
Coaching
L300:21st Century
Lesson Design
(ICT in Education context)
L200: Teaching with
Technology + Optional Cert
Digital Literacy/Productivity Tools
L100: Digital Literacy
Technology Literacy
UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers
Partners in Learning Professional Development
April 2013
1. Self-Assess
Learning Gaps
2. eLearning
Content
3. Certificates
of Completion
Creates an
Individualized
Learning Plan
6 courses
Embeds case
studies, activities
and how-to’s
Summative
Assessments
Microsoft
Certified
Educator Exam
• Valuable & reliable
assessment of
competency
Self Assessment & Individualized
Learning Plan
• Competency-based, valid and reliable assessment
• Mapped to UNESCO ICT CFT, Technology Literacy
Approach
• Does not measure technology skills, but rather ability
to apply those skills in teaching and learning context
• Available April 2013 via Microsoft volume license or
Certiport reseller
Partners in Learning Professional Development
Knowledge
Creation
Knowledge
Deepening
L400: Peer
Coaching
L300:21st Century
Lesson Design
(ICT in Education context)
L200: Teaching with
Technology + Optional Cert
Digital Literacy/Productivity Tools
L100: Digital Literacy
Technology Literacy
UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers
Partners in Learning Professional Development
How does it work?
1.
Analyze and score learning activities on 21C skill dimensions of:
• Collaboration
• Knowledge-building
• The use of ICT for learning
• Self-regulation
• Real-world problem-solving and innovation
2.
Adjust current activities or design new learning activities that
score higher on 21C skill dimensions.
Based on ITL Research www.itlresearch.com
Students are
required to
work in pairs or
groups?
Students have
shared
responsibility?
Students make
Students have
substantive
shared
decisions
responsibility?
together?
Students’ work is
interdependent?
Students are
required to
work in pairs or
groups?
Students make
substantive
decisions
together?
Students’ work is
interdependent?
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YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
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NO
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2
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5
Real-world problem solving
2nd year
Self-Regulation
pilot year
3.4
1.4
Real-World ProblemSolving
2.5
1.6
Use of ICT in Learning
2.6
1.6
Knowledge Building
3.7
1.5
Collaboration
2.1
1.7
1.0
1.5
2.0
2.5
Case study from one school in Russia Based on ITL Research 2011
3.0
3.5
4.0
Partners in Learning Professional Development
Knowledge
Creation
Knowledge
Deepening
L400: Peer
Coaching
L300:21st Century
Lesson Design
(ICT in Education context)
L200: Teaching with
Technology + Optional Cert
Digital Literacy/Productivity Tools
L100: Digital Literacy
Technology Literacy
UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers
Partners in Learning Professional Development
Peer Coaching
Partners in Learning Professional Development
Knowledge
Creation
Knowledge
Deepening
L400: Peer
Coaching
L300:21st Century
Lesson Design
(ICT in Education context)
L200: Teaching with
Technology + Optional Cert
Digital Literacy/Productivity Tools
L100: Digital Literacy
Technology Literacy
UNESCO ICT Competency Framework for Teachers
Partners in Learning Professional Development
Partners in Learning Network
• Global community of
educators and school leaders
• Thousands of educator created
tutorials and learning activities
• Participate in discussion groups
• Earn badges for professional
development achievements
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3.
Register and profile on www.pil-network.com
Fill out application and accept terms & conditions
www.piltrainer.com
Did we meet our objectives?
Objective
Review research on professional
development and implications for
trainers.
Discover professional development
assets to create new or supplement your
current programs.
An overview of Level 100, 200, and 300
professional development offers
Learn how to become a Partners in
Learning Training Provider
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“The rung of a ladder was
never meant to rest upon,
but only to hold a man’s
foot long enough to
enable him to put the
other one somewhat
higher.”Thomas Henry Huxley
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