Session Title: Extraordinary Learning For A Digital Age (ELFADA)

 

Your Name: Jo Hart

 

Work Title: Advanced Skills Lecturer (Literacy/Numercy)

 

School or Organization Name: CY O’Connor Instuitute

 

Co-Presenter Name(s): Phil Hart

 

Area of the World from Which You Will Present: Western Australia

 

Language in Which You Will Present: English

 

Target Audience(s): Those interested in delivering and evidencing literacy or any topic to remote learners using virtual classroom and Web2.0 for student engagement. Particular relevance to 14-19 y/o, &/or disengaged learners

 

Short Session Description (one line): A delivery model for remote (or f-2-f) learning that facilitates student engagement through Web2.0

 

Full Session Description (as long as you would like):

An interactive session on a project funded under the Australian National Vocational E-Learning Strategy. We will share and discuss the model, resources/delivery strategies, progress and outcomes. The project piloted innovative delivery of units from Australia’s Certificates of General Education for Adults (CGEA) online to regional/remote students (mostly in the 15 to 18 age range). Students developed the skills for learning in the digital age to facilitate access to future training more readily through digital media. This involved a short intensive startup for online CGEA aimed at motivating and engaging students and at developing a habit of regular study. They used a virtual classroom (BlackboardCollaborate) as the main hub/support centre for action learning in the use of Web2.0 technologies and the development of simple media rich e-portfolios using blogs. Supplementary resources were available via a Learning Management System (LMS). Learning activities were mapped to three units at each of the three levels of the CGEA (Certificates I, II and III).

 

Websites / URLs Associated with Your Session:

http://blogs.cyoc.wa.edu.au/elfadacourse/

http://blogs.cyoc.wa.edu.au/extraordinarylearning/about-the-project/

 

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