Building teacher capacity

Gradual release model

In my eLearning role I regularly work with teachers to build their capacity in using ICTs meaningfully in their practise. I use a gradual release of responsibility model to empower teachers to take ownership of using technology. This generally looks like:

1) Modelling lessons and debriefing with the teacher afterwards

2) Shared teaching

3) The classroom teacher taking ownership and leading lessons with regular check ins.

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eLearning enhancing all curriculum areas

Collaboratively planning with teachers to build their capacity to authentically embed technology to enhance learning in all areas

I have been fortunate enough to be able to attend planning sessions with teachers. We explored how ICT can enhance learning across all curriculum areas.

For example, Year 3 students used their knowledge of angles to draw 2D shapes using coding algorithms. Using a gradual release of responsibility model the teachers I worked with now feel confident in using this approach on their own.

Digital Technologies curriculum leadership

Whole school curriculum planning

At St Kieran's I have lead the implementation of the Digital Technologies curriculum across Prep-6.

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