November 13, 2018
by creidy
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Maximise ClickView as a learning and teaching tool

 

 

 

Teachers and leaders in Victorian government secondary and P-12 schools are encouraged to enrol in professional development to maximise their use of digital learning tool ClickView, which forms part of the Secondary School Software Suite.

ClickView for Leaders webinars will run on Wednesday 14 November at 9:30am; and Tuesday 27 November at 9:30am. ClickView for Teachers webinars will run on Thursday 15 November at 3:30pm; and Tuesday 11 December at 3.30pm.

Through ClickView, teachers and students can access thousands of curriculum-based videos and interactive resources to support learning and teaching. This includes content produced in ClickView’s Melbourne studios, free to air and pay-TV resources, all mapped to the Victorian Curriculum. Teachers can use ClickView as an interactive resource, and can edit, annotate, share and upload video and related learning materials.

Karen Cagliarini, Instructional Practice Leader – Elearning, Melton Secondary College, says teachers and students find the resource invaluable.

“Teachers and students at our school are loving the ClickView resource – it’s easy to use and is packed with great features. It’s really added some extra engagement and excitement to our lessons. Teachers have recently been integrating their quality questioning strategies into the interactive videos, which fits perfectly within our teaching and learning framework. We love it!”

Visit ClickView to enrol in professional development and ClickView for schools for more information on accessing ClickView.

November 8, 2018
by skoro22
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Cisco Webex Virtual Conferencing Technologies


Coming to your classroom and school!

Throughout term 4 all DET schools and teachers across Victoria are receiving access to hardware and software through the Cisco Webex Platform. This innovative virtual learning platform will provide online tools to connect learners, encourage enrichment opportunities, support collaboration and strengthen practice excellence, build collaboration across schools, support participation in communities of practice and enhance professional development opportunities.

As part of the adoption strategy, free professional development is available and teachers are encouraged to attend either a face to face or online ‘skill up’ session.

These workshops are designed specifically for educators and focus on how to apply virtual conferencing technology across different learning areas inside and outside of the classroom. Through the Webex Teams Application, Webex Boards and Room Systems, participants will learn how the technology can virtually connect educators and students.

At the end of the workshop, educators will gain:

  • Confidence in using the technology to improve the way they work in both physical and virtual learning environments.
  • Understanding of how the technology can encourage student team work.
  • Enhanced ability to apply to professional development, teacher training and learning.
  • Greater understanding of the features and functions that support virtual learning.
  • Clear understanding of the ongoing support available to assist with adoption of virtual learning.

For further information and to register for these professional development opportunities please click here

November 5, 2018
by creidy
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Game Lessons: Call for Latrobe Valley teachers

Teachers in the Latrobe Valley and surrounds are invited to participate in a Game Lessons professional development day on Thursday 15 November. Participants will in turn become founding members of the Australian Centre for the Moving Image’s (ACMI) new Game Lessons Victoria-wide network, which helps develop teaching and learning resources to activate the untapped potential of videogames in the classroom. Game Lessons is designed to support teachers to create, access and share well-designed lesson plans for impactful and meaningful learning experiences.

ACMI wants primary and seconary teachers across all learning areas to be aware that they don’t need to be gamers to bring fresh, engaging, real-world learning to the classroom, using videogames.

This session, for primary and secondary teachers, will run from 9.30am – 2.30pm on Thursday 15 November at 138 Commercial Road, Morwell. Limited funding is available towards casual relief teacher costs. Contact vincent.trundle@acmi.net.au

 

 

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