History for the Future:
What Future for History?
Designing History Online
National History Teachers
Association Confer...
What is the future for (history) teaching?
History textbooks ‘replaced’ by a ream of Internet
data and content delivered...
Unprecedented age in education?
Age of distraction, Age of personalisation
Age of overwhelming data, Age of need for dis...
How are we developing
Historical Literacy in the
21st Century?
1 making
2 sharing
3 sorting
4 listening
History teaching
as “making”
word walls
mind maps
poetry and letters
videos
websites
interviews
plays
models
History teaching as “sharing stories”
connecting through
conversations
History teaching as sorting
and sifting through the
data; gathering and
analysing the evidence
History teaching as listening
to each other, to
multiple narratives
and the open-endedness
of
stories
Curious about how we
have been designing and
engaging with history in
a digital world?
“Children don’t get ideas, they...
Year 8 ... Making History
Historical Fiction powerful teaching/learning
strategy - personalized history because it
evok...
‘space’
individual
physical
virtual
group
creative
collaborative
conversational
Students made websites using
All Quiet on Western Front
Historical Fiction to
promote strong
engagement with
period
“walking in shoes”
of particu...
Re-Making History Creatively Together
History
and the
Electronic
Portfolio
Year 10 History as Sharing Stories
Migrant Experiences
Australian Curriculum History
Asked students to research a
succ...
History teaching as sorting
Actively teaching how to
research so students don’t
get distracted or lost ....
How are your students thinking about sources?
When sourcing articles in Google do they use country codes eg
site:sy arab...
teach them to be
discerning and
narrow their
search results
Do your students know their country
code operators for re...
explicit
teaching
about
primary
source
work on
Google
Designing online
learning involves
discussion about the
on...
Are your
students
comparing
search
results?
Activity for workshop
type into Google
url:history causes world war 1
causes of world war 1
What is the difference in ...
Are your students looking
to see what has been
made online ?
And by who?
Think of learning of
the future as being co-...
filetype:PPT
Define:
not news
not blogs
add a - sign
Google Tips on Slideshare
History as Listening to Others
1. Use of discussion forums to gauge
if we are listening and interacting to
develop a co...
peer to peer
teaching
EdPuzzle and Adaptive Learning
Are you making students
active listeners to Youtube?
Are you monitoring their
engagemen...
Constructivist Approaches to history teaching
1. Students constructing meaning with
different spaces
2. Participatory e...
The Future
John Kennedy parallax screens for learning
and teaching
Future of (history) teaching
dynamic
flexible
flipped
blended
adaptive/ (interactive)
exciting and positive
creativ...
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Future of Teaching (history) updated version?

Looking at approaches to teaching in the 21st century Are you dynamic, flexible, flipped, blended, adaptive, positive and creativity in your delivery?
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - Future of Teaching (history) updated version?

  • 1. History for the Future: What Future for History? Designing History Online National History Teachers Association Conference 2014 jillmargerison@drjmargerison jillmargerison@jillmargerison jill.margerison@tss.qld.edu.au http://www.slideshare.net/jillmarg
  • 2. What is the future for (history) teaching? History textbooks ‘replaced’ by a ream of Internet data and content delivered by presenters on Youtube
  • 3. Unprecedented age in education? Age of distraction, Age of personalisation Age of overwhelming data, Age of need for discerning choices
  • 4. How are we developing Historical Literacy in the 21st Century? 1 making 2 sharing 3 sorting 4 listening
  • 5. History teaching as “making” word walls mind maps poetry and letters videos websites interviews plays models
  • 6. History teaching as “sharing stories” connecting through conversations
  • 7. History teaching as sorting and sifting through the data; gathering and analysing the evidence
  • 8. History teaching as listening to each other, to multiple narratives and the open-endedness of stories
  • 9. Curious about how we have been designing and engaging with history in a digital world? “Children don’t get ideas, they make ideas ... better learning will not come from finding better ways for the teacher to instruct but from giving the learner better opportunities to construct.” Seymour Papert Maker Culture
  • 10. Year 8 ... Making History Historical Fiction powerful teaching/learning strategy - personalized history because it evoked emotional response We asked students to also think about the ‘space’ they were using to connect with the historical novel to enhance their metacognition
  • 11. ‘space’ individual physical virtual group creative collaborative conversational Students made websites using
  • 12. All Quiet on Western Front Historical Fiction to promote strong engagement with period “walking in shoes” of particular character
  • 13. Re-Making History Creatively Together History and the Electronic Portfolio
  • 14. Year 10 History as Sharing Stories Migrant Experiences Australian Curriculum History Asked students to research a successful Australian migrant and write a script and create short video to tell their story
  • 15. History teaching as sorting Actively teaching how to research so students don’t get distracted or lost ....
  • 16. How are your students thinking about sources? When sourcing articles in Google do they use country codes eg site:sy arab spring site:ir site:fr site:eg site:tn arab spring
  • 17. teach them to be discerning and narrow their search results Do your students know their country code operators for research purposes?
  • 18. explicit teaching about primary source work on Google Designing online learning involves discussion about the online research process What Google operators are the students using? Are we teaching our students about Google Operators?
  • 19. Are your students comparing search results?
  • 20. Activity for workshop type into Google url:history causes world war 1 causes of world war 1 What is the difference in number of search results? How do you believe the conversational space might change in the classroom?
  • 21. Are your students looking to see what has been made online ? And by who? Think of learning of the future as being co-created ....
  • 22. filetype:PPT
  • 23. Define: not news not blogs add a - sign
  • 24. Google Tips on Slideshare
  • 25. History as Listening to Others 1. Use of discussion forums to gauge if we are listening and interacting to develop a conversation 2. Use of programs like Edpuzzle and Zaption to gauge whether we are really listening and making meaning 3. set timer to make sure we get a chance to talk?
  • 26. peer to peer teaching
  • 27. EdPuzzle and Adaptive Learning Are you making students active listeners to Youtube? Are you monitoring their engagement? https://edpuzzle.com/media/541ffb 12e365772327de1cb9 Are you implementing adaptive learning?
  • 28. Constructivist Approaches to history teaching 1. Students constructing meaning with different spaces 2. Participatory environment & instant feedback 3. Maintaining sense of narrative and inquiry that connects the past, present and future through our conversations digital and face to face 4. Getting students to engage through making, re-creating and publishing work
  • 29. The Future John Kennedy parallax screens for learning and teaching
  • 30. Future of (history) teaching dynamic flexible flipped blended adaptive/ (interactive) exciting and positive creative Contact me at jill.margerison@tss. qld.edu.au or find me on