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  1. If the ‘use timings’ settings is used, this presentation will run automatically and lasts just over 9 minutes. These settings can be found In PowerPoint 2007 – Slide Show – use Rehearsed Timings In PowerPoint 2003, 2000, etc – Slide Show – Advance Slides – using timings if present Click to start the presentation

  2. Presentation Title Glow and the Curriculum for Excellence Presenter’s Name Date Introduction A brief introduction

  3. What is Glow? • How will Glow support and enhance the Curriculum for Excellence?

  4. What is Glow? • Glow is a National Intranet, linking Scotland’s 1.5 million teachers, pupils and parents Teachers and learners are at the heart of Glow

  5. Glow • Any time, anywhere access • A safe and secure environment

  6. Glow There are lots of tools and resources in Glow to support learning and teaching

  7. Glow learn Glow Groups resources search Collaborative Targeted news cpd resources Document Store secure file transfer Glow Mail Glow Chat video streaming Discussions Glow Meet: webhosting Video Conferencing Audio conferencing Application sharing Virtual whiteboard Glow Messenger (for staff)

  8. Glow Glow will let you share and collaborate with other departments and classes, other schools, other authorities, even other countries

  9. Glow Glow provides video conferencing messaging access to national resources tools for communication and collaboration virtual learning environment web hosting etc etc

  10. It's not about the tech, it's all about the teach

  11. Glow Tour Let’s see what Glow looks like

  12. Each user has a unique username and password

  13. Glow Tour First, we’ll look at what a teacher in a secondary school might see

  14. This opening page is for staff only and has news . . .

  15. . . . the daily bulletin and absence sheets . . .

  16. . . . calendar of events, etc

  17. The school home page has information for everyone, not just staff

  18. There are groups for departments, extra curricular activities, working groups, etc

  19. This departmental group has areas for news, a document store, a discussion area, etc

  20. Here is the staff page of a primary school

  21. This is the primary school main site

  22. Groups in the primary school are based around classes

  23. The document store can hold policies, minutes, resources, etc and can be accessed from anywhere, anytime

  24. The school calendar

  25. Glow Tour In this brief tour, we haven’t looked at the tools available like video conferencing and messaging or looked at the Local Authority or national sites You can find out much more at www.glowscotland.org.uk

  26. Curriculum for Excellence Let’s look now at how Glow can support the Curriculum for Excellence

  27. Curriculum for Excellence Aims to provide: • More freedom for teachers • Greater choice and opportunity for pupils • A single coherent curriculum for all young people aged 3-18

  28. Purposes of CfE • Four capacities • Successful Learners • Confident Individuals • Responsible Citizens • Effective Contributors http://www.curriculumforexcellencescotland.gov.uk/about/essentialinformation/purposes.asp

  29. Enthusiasm and • motivation for • learning • Relate to others and manage themselves • Using technology • for learning Some of the ways Glow can support CfE • Respect for others • Communicate in • different ways and • in different settings • Work in partnership and in teams

  30. CfE and Glow Here are two examples of Glow being used in schools You’ll see that the activities involve the 4 capacities and support the CfE approach http://www.curriculumforexcellencescotland.gov.uk/about/essentialinformation/purposes.asp

  31. This Glow Group is about a School Wildlife Garden CfE and Glow

  32. Theactivities include question and answer sessions with the local wildlife ranger, web conferencing with the ranger, opportunities for children to suggest ideas for the garden, etc The resources include pictures, maps, documents and videos

  33. CfE and Glow This is an extracurricular project organised through Glow

  34. CfE and Glow It is a virtual meeting place for everyone involved, containing information about the trip, advice to pupils and parents, etc with much of the information supplied by pupils

  35. Numeracy Glow Group This example shows how a Glow Group can support the Outcomes Numeracy Glow Group Created Documents uploaded Discussion on teaching Numeracy Outcome Lessons and ideas shared Pupils and staff using the group for resources, communication and homework

  36. CfE and Glow One of the 7 principles of Curriculum for Excellence is Challenge and Enjoyment The following three quotes are from Primary 6 pupils who were using Glow to share ideas and develop their understanding of the novel they were reading in class http://www.curriculumforexcellencescotland.gov.uk/about/essentialinformation/purposes.asp

  37. Challenge and Enjoyment I really liked Glow because I learned loads of new stuff. We used web cams and microphones to talk to other schools. I learned more about Michael Morpurgo. Emma, Primary 6 When I was using Glow it was so cool. I learned about Japan by talking to other schools. I wish that Glow didn’t have to stop. Hannah, Primary 6 I have been using glow in school to help me with my reading study on Kensuke’s Kingdom. We have been using Glow Chat and Glow Meet. I can’t wait until the next time we can use Glow. Lyndsay, Primary 6

  38. What’s happening in Aberdeen?

  39. What’s happening in Aberdeen? The rollout of Glow to schools in Aberdeen has begun

  40. What’s happening in Aberdeen? • Mentors have been trained • Several schools are training school mentors • Some schools are already using Glow

  41. What’s happening in Aberdeen? The rollout involves 3 phases • Staff on Glow, communication tools enabled • Pupils added, additional tools enabled • Glow Learn (the Virtual Learning Environment) enabled

  42. What’s happening in Aberdeen? • Schools are given a ready-made site which can be tailored to suit • Initial training will be provided • Ongoing support will be available

  43. What’s happening in Aberdeen? For further information on Glow in Aberdeen, contact • Your school mentor • Rosaleen Rentoul (346143) • www.glowscotland.org.uk

  44. The ICT Education Team Aberdeen City Council October 2008