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NL Teacher ICT competence framework presented at Ankara Conference 2013

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NL Teacher ICT competence framework presented at Ankara Conference 2013

  1. 1. National ICT-e competence standards for initial teacher education. A result of collaboration by Faculties of Education in the Netherlands. Ton Koenraad (TELLConsult, Netherlands) Aike van der Hoeff (HAN University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands) 1
  2. 2. Innovation in Teacher Ed. to prepare professionals to teach our next generation 2
  3. 3. Instruments to support the integration of ICT in Education (1) : The 4 in Balance Model More info at NL Schoolnet (Kennisnet) 3
  4. 4. Instruments to support the integration of ICT in Education (2): Dutch ICT Standards for teachers English version (2009) available here
  5. 5. Instruments to support the integration of ICT in Education (3): The TPACK model Koehler & Mishra (2006) Source: 5
  6. 6. Instruments to support the integration of ICT in Education : The 4 in Balance Model 6
  7. 7. Dutch ICT-e standards for prospective teachers (Version 1, 2009) • Collaboratively developed by NL teacher training colleges (ADEF consortium) • Describes knowledge, skills ánd attitudes • Defines performance criteria • Supports curriculum planning across disciplines • Is not prescriptive re subject content nor pedagogy • Is also useful for CPD programs 7
  8. 8. CPD 8
  9. 9. Dutch ICT Standards for prospective teachers. Contents (2013 update) 1. Attitude – The teacher is creative, cooperates with other teachers regarding the use of ICT, reflects on his own behavior regarding the use of ICT 2. Instrumental skills: Can make use of: – – – – 3. 4. Information literacy (Information skills) General pedagogy: can use /make ICT available to: – – – – – 5. office software Learning Management Systems testsoftware Authoring tools for multimedia learning materials development Present Cooperate and communicate Support individual work Coach & evaluate Test Arrange and develop digital teaching materials 1. 2. 3. Find Adapt / Develop Knowledge of copyright models 9
  10. 10. Inspired by TPACK 1. TPACK means: Technological, Pedagogical And Content Knowledge 2. It is a model to help integrate the use of technology in teaching and learning 3. It is not prescriptive but aims to explain the relationship between content, pedagogy and technology 10
  11. 11. The TPACK model, source: Koehler & Mishra (2006) 11
  12. 12. Technological Pedagogical Knowledge: Knowing how ICT affects subject teaching methodologies Technological Content Knowledge: Realising how ICT influences how subject matter can be acquired. Pedagogical Content Knowledge: Know-how about subject specific pedagogy & methodologies
  13. 13. The premises of TPACK • Teachers do have content knowledge, they teach about it • Teachers do have pedagogical knowledge and experience, they use it while teaching • Teachers should have ICT knowledge, so they can use it when teaching • These three ‘knowledges’ should be available to them as integrated set 13
  14. 14. A use case: Language Dept. at Faculty of Education, Hogeschool Utrecht (NL) 14
  15. 15. More info here 15
  16. 16. Why the Web? According to Bernie Dodge: “There are at least two reasons that the World Wide Web is an exciting development for educators: • Using the Web breaks down the walls that separate schools from everything else. • Using the Web forces active learning.” 16
  17. 17. Active learning In Dodge´s own words active learning involves: «putting our students in situations which compel them to read, speak, listen, think deeply, and write. Active learning puts the responsibility of organizing what is to be learned in the hands of the learners themselves, and ideally lends itself to a more diverse range of learning styles.» 17
  18. 18. WebQuest structure Introduction 1. Introduction: orientation & motivation 2. Task: what? 3. Process: how? 4. Resources: which information? 5. Evaluation: which criteria? 6. Conclusion: what have you learnt Web resources Task Proccess Evaluation Conclusion & and how to consolidate? Teacher’s page 18
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  20. 20. WebQuests in Language Ed.? • The WQ-model can well accommodate current SLAviews and MFL methodology - learner-centredness, active learning, focus on learning strategies • It can help MFL teachers to: - relate learning to the real world - enhance & (partly) replace textbook-based learning - support transdiscipline curriculum activities 20
  21. 21. Why a Project specifically for MFL? Koenraad & Westhoff, 2003 21
  22. 22. Project Rationale • 1. Support for what is a triple innovation for most inservice teachers: – Change in language pedagogy – extending skills: ICT and assessment & design of materials – acquiring new or other classroom and task management skills • 2. And … related competences development is not widely available in initial Teacher Ed. (Westhoff, 2005; Van den Branden, 2006; Koenraad, 2006) 22
  23. 23. Teacher’s page as TPACK evidence Introduction Task Web resources Proccess Evaluation Conclusion Teacher’s page • Introduction • Target audience • Goals / European Framework • Prerequisites • Evaluation criteria • Instructiveness • (Planning) 23
  24. 24. Sharing (student) teachers’ products: Open Educational Resources 24
  25. 25. From Pilot to Implementation From teacher level to curriculum level. • Early adopter in one Dept. experiments in methods course • Shares experiences with team members • Other colleagues adopt & adapt initial course materials • Dept. formalises course • Other depts. include element in their methods courses • Content teachers adopt the approach and adapt their teaching methods • Relevant competences included in ICT standards • Process to realise implementation in formal curriculum 25
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  27. 27. Thank you for your attention. Questions welcome. Credits: Images taken from the ‘Four in Balance Monitor, 2012’ English version available 27