Tuesday, October 11, 2016

TRAISI 41184 workshop 2017 ICT Resources for Teaching Energy


Presenter

1. Mr Wee Loo Kang
2. Mr Lee Ming Yew
EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY DIVISION (MOE)

Title:

Creating ICT Learning Experiences for EnergyICT Resources for Teaching Energy 
MODELLING WITH SIMULATIONS_KINEMATICS/DYNAMICS/ENERGY/SYNERGY

Target

Upper Secondary
JC
Physics

TRAISI CODE

41184

Date and Time

27 Mar (energy) and 18 April ( Synthesis, Reflection and Request done)
1430 - 1730 hours

Overview

Create learning experiences with Open Source Physics ICT Resources in Energy for preparing future ready and responsible digital learners.Learn more about Open Source Physics ICT Resources for Teaching Energy customized for preparing future ready and responsible digital learners.

Objective

The series of workshops will introduce the following to the audience:
1. Quality learning in the hands of every learner empowered with use of Tracker, a video analysis and modeling tool and Open Source Physics simulations using the digital library of ICT resources customized by MOE.
2. Responsible use of digital resources.

know more about Energy URL:
http://iwant2study.org/ospsg/index.php/interactive-resources/physics/02-newtonian-mechanics/07-energy-work-power Learn and know more about the modelling pedagogy and the model-based scientific inquiry and student response system to make their thinking visible. The series of workshops on modelling simulations will introduce the following to the audience:
1. Enhance teaching and learning with the Modelling pedagogy
2. Use of Model-based scientific inquiry with computer simulations
3. Student response system such as Nearpod for learning feedback




Content Outline

1. Introduction to Tracker, a video analysis and modeling tool
2. Carrying out investigation
3. Using data
4. Using mathematical thinking
5. Constructing explanation
6. Argue from evidence
7. Communicate information

8. Introduction to Open Source Physics simulations for learning experiences.
1. Introduction to Modelling pedagogy
2. Model-based scientific inquiry
3. Model-based explanation and argumentation
4. Hands on with the Physics simulations

Synopsis

This series of four 'ICT Resources for Teaching' workshops aim to promote responsible and quality learning in the hands of every learner empowered with use of 1. Tracker, a video analysis and modeling tool and 2. Open Source Physics simulations, all part of the open educational resources customized by MOE. At the end of the workshops, teachers will know how to assess, afford and adapt these wide variety of online resources available, licensed Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike (CC-BY-SA) lesson materials for implementation in their own classes for the topics Kinematics, Dynamics, and Energy.This series of workshops provides a platform for teachers to enhance their teaching with a model-based scientific inquiry process using computer simulations and some other educational technologies (e.g., Kahoot!, Nearpod, Socrative). At the end of the workshops, teachers will know more about modelling instruction, computer simulations and some other educational technologies, and have lesson materials ready for their own classes for the topics Kinematics, Dynamics, and Work, Energy, Power.