CESI Staffroom Special ON Cyber securityIn this weeks CESI Staffroom we got the opportunity to speak with Vince Scheivert, according to his twitter BIO he’s a Promoter of EDU needs in a cyber security world. Dad, Philly Sports Enthusiast, and avid sport fisherman.
We got to speak to him about Cyber Security and deploying devices to students, we also got to talk about a very interesting project that he worked on which had to do with extending the Students access to EDU Wifi and internet access to their homes.I even got a chance to throw in a Father Ted ref.
If you have any questions about this weeks Staffroom OR you’d like to take part then we would love to hear from you. Maybe your school took part in a project that you feel others might benefit from hearing about, let us know.
Hassan Dabbagh @hassandabbagh OR @cesitweets are the easiest way to get us.
April 2021 SETFULL CHAPTER LIST BELOW:
In this episode of the CESI webinar:
Hassan Dabbagh demonstrates speech to text using Google Docs.
Helen O'Kelly presents how to use Microsoft OneNote for differentiated homework.
Sarah-Jayne demonstrates accessibility features of Windows 10.
Neil Butler presents an Excel spreadsheet for managing SET data.
Dermot Walsh displays a learning activity using Articulate 360.
0:00:00 Introduction by Helen
0:01:15 Small break preview by Hasan
0:03:00 Speech to Text tools by Hasan
0:06:30 Discussion on Speech to Text tools
0:12:50 Ease of Access in Windows 10 by Sarah Jayne
0:26:00 Discussion on Ease of Access tools - right of access, ease of access, normalising the use of these tools across the school community
0:30:10 Differentiating homework with accessibility tools, alternative text and immersive reader by Helen
0:35:30 Possibilities and practicalities of OneNote for homework.
0:38:45 Ink Replay, and linking pen strokes and audio recording for feedback and asynchronous home learning
0:45:10 Spreadsheets to supports students, teachers, SENCO and senior management in post-primary by Neil
0:54:13 Discussion on spreadsheets for supporting SET in schools
1:00:14 Student voice in understanding their learning needs
1:20:03 Technology-enhanced SET learning activity with Articulate by Dermot
1:27:30 Discussion on experiences of e-learning tools, practicalities and benefits - and curiosity
1:33:40 Instant translate in Google Sheets
1:41:55 Conclusion by Helen
Building Engagement in the Remote Blended/Socially Distanced ClassroomPresented by: Siobhan O'Sullivan and Aidan Liston
While most teachers adapted quickly to the seismic change in their practice in March 2020, many observed that the issue they struggled with most was building and maintaining student engagement. In order to ensure students remain engaged, as educators, we need to plan for this in advance. This session will investigate how to design learning experiences that ensure student engagement in a variety of contexts: remote, blended and socially distanced classes. Practical tools and pedagogies will be explored and we will discuss how to design learning experiences, whether physical or virtual, that work for our students.
Collaborating as One Team - Patrick O'CallaghanThe 21st Century Classroom: Learning without Limits.
Developing a lifelong love of learning by encouraging anytime, anywhere learning through the seamless classroom.
By an MIE Expert who has been incorporating Microsoft OneNote and Teams to enrich the learning experience of every student and to ensure every pupil is engaged and equipped to succeed in their learning. Promoting interactive collaboration – both inside and beyond the classroom. Using Teams as a learning hub to increase the impact of learning tools across Microsoft 365 in order to enhance meaningful feedback, create multimedia learning resources, and promote independent learning through purposeful collaboration.
Accessibility with Microsoft Holly Murray CESI Video
Deirdre Hodson Keynote 2021Resources from Deirdre's keynote are available here: https://wakelet.com/wake/8GSUuDfQqjGPW44wm1-0A