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|Description||Supporting teachers in the classroom with digital technologies. The Implement module supports individual educators using digital technologies in the classroom both technologically and pedagogically,|
|Duration||1 hour per lesson visit (depending on lesson length)|
|Categories||Primary, Secondary, Teaching and Learning, KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, Teaching staff, Personal Development, Facilities, ICT / Computing, In school, Online, Demonstration lesson, Team lesson planning/teaching, Video chat, Digital Technology, Coaching / Mentoring, Effective use of technology is driven by learning and teaching goals , Identifies clearly how the introduction of technology will improve learning, Technology is used to support pupils to work harder, for longer or more efficiently , There is teacher support to learn to use new technology effectively as part of Professional Development|
|Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students||
Teachers who are confident in applying digital technologies within the classroom.
|Evidence underpinning this approach||
The CATALYST programme is based on award winning doctoral research, at the heart of which is the APT methodology.
The APT methodology, where APT is shorthand for the Alignment of Pedagogy and Technology, was developed by Dr Richard Osborne over 10 years of educational research. It is a structured way of thinking about the differing components within a digital educational ecosystem, using principles from ecological psychology, designed to align the needs of teachers and learners with the affordances of digital technologies. The best available research suggests that this approach is the most reliable way to use digital technologies within education contexts.
Higgins, Xiao and Katsipataki (2012, p. 15)†
† S. Higgins, et al. (2012). `The Impact of Digital Technology on Learning: A Summary for the Education Endowment Foundation'. Tech. rep., Education Endowment Foundation.
|How users/participants can evaluate success||
Catalysed follows a research-based approach to evaluation, following the work of Guskey (2000) , and hence adopts a five stage model for evaluations.
We use multiple tools in order to gather this data during other phases of work, which can include card sort activities, micro evaluations in workshops and teaching session (often using digital tools such as Socrative, Google Forms, or similar apps), and semi-structured interviews with key stakeholders. Not all evaluation levels may be appropriate, depending on the module chosen and level of engagement with the school.
|Follow-up activities and support||
The Implement module is part of a the broader CATALYST programme, a modular set of services for schools to help them make effective use of digital technologies for teaching and learning. The next module in the programme, the Evaluate module, would be an ideal follow up to this module.
Type of activity: In-school in- class one-to-one support.
Target group: Teachers
Products: Personal report on lesson using four stage model (what went well, what didn’t go so well, what have I learned, what still puzzles me)
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