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LearningTeaching | A Journey in education LearningTeaching A Journey in education Home About me Disclaimer HaileyMakers – a STEM project Learning : Teaching Portfolio eLearning Resources ← Older posts Success by numbers Posted on December 14, 2015 by David | Permalink 0 Tweet Today, about 50,000 VCE students will be receiving their final ATAR ‘score’ (although it’s a ranking, not a score). For more of an explanation, check out the VTAC website. This is an important result for students, because many Universities use this ranking as an entry requirement for their courses. It is in an important result for schools, because many use their students’ results as evidence of their efforts in developing outstanding students. It’s also a very emotionally charged day. There is a live blog being run by a major newspaper – just in case you wanted some more! Some students have been hanging on this day for a while – some report not sleeping so well last night out of anticipation. By definition, a ranking system means that some students are going to be towards the bottom of the ladder. That shouldn’t discount their efforts, their aspirations or their capacity. I’m torn about how I feel about this day. The ranking is a data set that gives valuable feedback to students, schools and families about how their student performed against the rest of the students completing the VCE this year. Data is valuable to improve teaching and learning. Their is also a huge emotional toll, however; which concerns me. The ATAR is perceived (rightly or wrongly) as being a very big deal by students and their families. This pressure is not always handled well and has lead to spikes in mental health issues. Where is the balance to be found? I think that the VCE is a high-quality and necessary process for students to be a part of. Achievement comes from hard work and our efforts are often compared against those of others. That is the real world. I also think that there is a lot to be said for educating students broadly and in a manner that develops in them the skills that will enable them to be successful life-long learners and productive contributors to our global society. Being successful in one area does not preclude anyone from being successful in another. Likewise, experiencing success in one area, does not mean that you will experience success in every area. In education, we often speak of a changing landscape that is shifting quickly towards adaptable, agile learners who are innovative and willing to take risks. Working with young people to be their very best will sometimes mean that they get an amazing ATAR – it will also mean that some leave the traditional education path and explore other opportunities. Neither is better than the other. We live in a rapidly changing world and we will need a diverse range of people to make it a better place. Tweet education, Mental Health education, student improvement Best practice through technology Posted on December 12, 2015 by David | Permalink 0 Tweet In education, as in other aspects of our society, technology has been lauded as a tool to open up opportunities previously inaccessible to many. Much has been written on how technology can be trans-formative for students’ learning and how – if used properly – it could revolutionise the dynamics of the classroom. Many teachers throughout the world has grasped these new technologies and have implemented them with many exciting outcomes. A question that has long plucked at my mind, however, is how technology is being used by educators to bring best practices to scale. Having used Twitter for many years, I have seen inspirational teachers using technology in novel ways to facilitate their students in achieving wondrous cognitive developments. What I haven’t seen is this happening at scale. For teachers themselves, a key question can be posed. How can the efforts of the best teachers, using best practices, be brought to scale to affect the most students possible? Can technology play a role in this? These questions – and thousands like it! – have led me to a new journey in my own education. I have recently begun a PhD in Education to look at how technology can facilitate the bringing to scale of best practice pedagogies. In other parts of society – business, goverment, industry – technology has been used to improve the workflow of participants so that less time is spent on the ‘grunt’ work and more time on delivering key outcomes. This is going to be a significant journey of learning for me. As always, I welcome your feedback, ideas, suggestions! Please leave a comment below! Tweet education, pedagogy, technology education, pedagogy, research ← Older posts Tweets Twitter Tweets Twitter Tweets Powered By Weblizar Recent Posts Success by numbers Best practice through technology Connectedness in a Hyper-Connected world. Sowing the seeds of best practice. The hard work of homework. Archives December 2015 July 2015 January 2015 December 2014 November 2014 October 2014 July 2014 June 2014 October 2013 August 2013 December 2012 November 2012 August 2012 July 2012 April 2012 March 2012 January 2012 December 2011 October 2011 August 2011 July 2011 June 2011 February 2011 Recent Comments Learning : TeachingThe hard work of homework. | Learning : Teaching on A new perspective on Homework (for me, at least!) Learning : TeachingA new journey begins.. | Learning : Teaching on Values-led Education Meta Log in Entries RSS Comments RSS WordPress.org What I’m reading now… The Best Australian Science Writing 2015 LearningTeaching Absolum theme by Theme4Press ? 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