e-Learning  m-Learning Plans

Moemoetia te moemoe, engari whakatinana hia.”Dream dreams but achieve them as well.
“A vision without a plan is just a dream. A plan without a vision is just drudgery. But a vision with a plan can change the world.” 
You don’t know what you don’t know until you know what you don’t know - Yogi Berra.


Step One: 
  To look at what e-Learning and m-Learning can involve in a teaching and learning                              context. Learning Safaris for staff and management to see e-Learning and m-Learning in                        action.

                        If we do what we have always done, we will get what we have always got.

Step Two: 
To look at trends and near-future developments in ICT and e-Learning and m-Learning.                                                Good planning happens when we ask the right questions.

Step Three:
What do we want for our children?What do we want for our Teachers?What do we want for our community?How can we find out?Where are we now?How will we bring our teachers on board?How will we bring our community on board?How will we bring our children on board?

We need to understand and then communicate WHY e-Learning and m-Learning are important for our school and our community of learners to focus on.

We need to consider - pedagogy; engagement; access; 21st Century skills; student context; management; training; support etc

We need to consider future trends; issues; risks; costs.

We need to plan for success and plan to prevent the “frustration” factor putting a roadblock in the place of learning.

We need to provide teachers with the tools, techniques and technologies, and prove to them these tools can make their everyday lives, tasks and focuses easier to manage and complete.

It all starts with the teachers - get teachers to become enthusiastic adopters and the battle is as good as won.

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