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
Philip McGuinness DEIS Plan CESI VideoMy main intention when developing this digital DEIS plan was to remove the perceived complexity and segregation from T&L that is at times associated with DEIS. I wanted the whole school community to become confident with DEIS. I have worked with PDST on this and they are very much on board with this format I have created.
Attendees will experience a digital one stop shop for DEIS. I will be presenting on how I utilise current technology in google sheets, sites, docs, forms, Prezi, Powtoon and Padlet and how I have blended them to create an efficient, user friendly, self updating and living electronic DEIS plan.
CESI Staffroom Webinar: Self assessing digital skills Webinar with Deirdre HodsonHelen, Hassan and Dermot are joined by Deirdre Hodson, keynote speaker at the 2021 CESI conference "Adapting digitally to a changing reality".
In this episode:
The UNESCO ICT Competence Framework for Teachers
The Digital Learning Framework (primary)
The Digital Learning Framework (Post-primary)
Digital Learning Planning
European Framework for the Digital Competence of Educators
The SELFIE Tool
Views on 21st Century Learning from a European perspective
Deirdre works in the European Commission’s department for Education, Youth, Sports and Culture in Brussels. For the past five years she has been responsible for digital education and was on the team drafting the Commission’s Digital Education Action Plan (2021-2027). She also worked with the Commission’s Joint Research Centre to create the free online SELFIE tool to help schools review how they are using technology for teaching and learning. Deirdre is currently working on a number of projects related to teacher digital competence and Education for Sustainable Development. Deirdre is also a student on the MSc programme on Digital Education with the University of Edinburgh. Her research focus is on computer science curricula in school education. Deirdre studied at Trinity College Dublin, Institut d’Etudes Politiques, Grenoble and the College of Europe, Bruges