The OER4Schools Professional Learning Resource

By
Hennessy, S. (Sara) ; Hassler, B. (Bjoern) ; Duggal, N. (Nitu) ; Leong, W. S. (Wei Shin) ; Blair, J. (Janet) ; Makonga, A. (Abel) ; Tembo, A. (Agness)
(2013-04)

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Unit 1 - Introduction to interactive teaching and the use of ICT 1.1a - What is interactive teaching? An introduction to the interactive Zambian classroom 1.1b - Introduction to interactive teaching with ICT 1.2 - Activity planning and reflection 1.3 - ICTs in interactive teaching 1.4 - Effective use of ICT 1.5 - Leadership for Learning Unit 2 - Whole class dialogue and effective questioning 2.1 - Introduction to whole class dialogue and effective questioning 2.2 - Questioning 2.3 - More on questioning 2.4 - Concept mapping 2.5 - Engaging the community 2.9 - List of concepts, methods and techniques for reference. Unit 3 - Group work 3.1 - Group work: Same task and different tasks group work 3.2 - When to use group work and how to manage it 3.3 - Mixed pace group work with and without ICT 3.4 - Talking points and effective group work 3.5 - Review of group work 3.7 - Designing interactive lesson plans Unit 4 - Assessment for learning and lesson pacing 4.1 - Assessment for Learning 4.2 - Learning objectives and success criteria 4.3 - Formative feedback 4.4 - Peer and self-assessment 4.5 - Review of AfL and lesson pacing Unit 5 - Enquiry-based learning and project work 5.1 - Introduction to Enquiry Based Learning 5.2 - Starting the Enquiry-Based Learning Process 5.3 - Collecting and interpreting information 5.4 - Presenting Findings of Enquiries Unit 6 - Into the future 6.1 - Programme review and action research Unit 7 - Appendix 7.1 - A workshop for OER4Schools programme facilitators 7.2 - A workshop for school leaders 7.3 - Group work with ICT 7.4 - A session template for making your own sessions

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