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junior language school
DOMIN0 1999 - 2014
Milan Hausner
JLS Prague
MUTIKE, COW AND POLITICAL OFFICER
(1999)
JUNIOR LANGUAGE SCHOOL
JLS – leading
school with
interactive
teaching in
the Czech
Republic
Accredited
Centre for
teacher
studies
founder of the
first portal for
learning
objects
BYOD
Microsoft
project
Travel
Well
Objects
Case
study CR
JUNIOR LANGUAGE SCHOOL,
PRAGUE
2010 – all (27)
classrooms are
equipped with
interactive
equipment of
various types
public school
for kids from 615 (600)
First interactive
board in 1999
First tablet
classroom
special focus on
languages and
digital skills
First
computer
class in 1992
40 teachers in
staff
various
international
projects
STEPS TO E-MATURE SCHOOL
„Children like
us“ - BMT pupils were
Progress
connected with our kids
Comparative study of
digital tools in education
1999
2010
Millennium
Gathering of
children, New
Zealand
EUN at
Lupacovka
2000
Czech presidency of
EU
200
Bill Gates visit
„My copyrights
projects“
2001
„Share your LO with
other schools“
Digitalization of
various sources
2004
Child A-Cyberbullying
Charter
under UNESCO
auspices
2011
National organizer
of
IntelTeach – Czech
organiser
2012
„BioEurope,
E—learning award 100 best
elearning solutions
2006
ARION study visit
2007
Granny, beware of
mice“,
SMARTPET – CLIL,
2005
Organiser of the
national contest
DOMINO under
auspices of Moe
BOYD Microsoft Pilot
Program
Explore, Explain
Express, Comenius, So
Far So Near
Children like us
CHILDREN
LIKE US
EXTERNAL EVALUATION OF SCHOOL RESULTS
LIMITATION IN IMPLEMENTATION
Fleshware in management
• No vision for future education
• Low competences to compare,
decide,
• Low digital skills
• Hardware maintenance
• Low budget
Teachers as a fleshware (80%)
• Satisfied terrorists (Kuhn 2010)
• Lack of confidence
• Language barrier
• Uncertain results in school records
• Time consuming preparation and
non-adequate response
• Copyright issues
• Low digital skills
LIMITATION FOR EFFECTIVE USE
Lack of self
confidence
• Low technical maintenance in schools
• Low motivation of school management
• Unclear impacts to education
• Non- adequacy of time and results
Non accessibility
of sources in
national
language
• Language barrier
• Skills to search in internet
• Low MoE support
• Methodology not accessible to teachers
Pasivity of pupil • 80% pupils as watchers, but …
Impact of ICT use
to copyright issues %
100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0
88
48
40
12
12
0
CC licencing citation
no idea
above standard
below standard
INTERACTIVE
TEACHING AND LEARNING
Structure of teaching aids in
two types of schools
60
49
50
40
42
45
40
30
36
20
10
5
5 2
12 5
0
above standard
below standard
Factors influencing
School change
Vision
Pressure
Adaptation
Bravery
State
policy
Founder
Principal
Self-confidence for interactive
teaching in two groups of schools
70
60
58
50
40
35
30
20
22
19
21
10
5
10
16 5
9
0
cant do that
i am
beginner
I can work
I am
with board advanced
without
user
problems
I use only
ready
software
above standard
below standard
KEY FACTORS OF SUCCESS
Success lies
not in
hardware,
but in
methodology
and in
preparation
(teacher
training).
• Best way is if it goes before or
simultaneously with ILD
procurement.
• Teacher should experience „droping jaws =
wow effect“ as the spark to change and
implement new methodology.
• Teacher training
• Abundant sources
• Broad band
• Creativity
• Social networking
• Accessibility of software
INTERACTIVE TEACHING,
NOT INTERACTIVE BOARD!!
INITIATIVES
TO SUPPORT
ICT
IN EDUCATION
Shadowing of school managers
Sharing of LO´s – travel well objects
Creating contest for teacher creativity
Prepare summer schools and seminars,
Share case studies about successful implementations
International interactive media libraries and repositories – teacher community
Introduction of one compatible software (universal format) as a separate independent
product usable for all devices
Comparative study of tricks and procedures on all interactive tools that would enable
users to compare various tools for interactive teaching
BYOD
- Bring your own device
Technical problems with wi-fi and broadband
Lack of know how
Lack of budget
Principal – teacher – parent misunderstanding
Searching for suitable software and authoring tool
Infrastructure and applications
E-Safety Issues
 50,62 % children experienced some form of
cyberbullying
 53,16 % children in contacts with alien people
(Seznam, UP Olomouc and Safer Internet)
33,44 % verbal assaults
32,58 % back account assaults
24,08 % stalking
17,38 %, threatening
10,85 % bullying and sexting
10,09 % identity thefts
7.33 % racketeeing
5,58 % video cyber bullying
3,69 % audio cyber bullying
One reason to ban
tablets and cell phones
in schools (Parent)
The
Interactive
device is not
a magic wand,
just an
efficient tool
to help.
The magic of
knowledgeable and
capable kids can burst
into a flower from the
teacher's words and
activities which show
pupils how to elaborate
abundant sources
or to send him or her to
the abyss of the „copy
and paste“ learning.
.
Milan Hausner
JLS Prague, Czech Republic
[email protected]
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