Action Research Projects – outlines

Members of the action research group have started to plan their projects. This page gives an overview of each of the projects, more information will be posted as the projects develop.

Setting Focus Actions
Setting 1

(Preschool)

Incorporating technology across the setting Identify appropriate technology, including apps, to be used in different areas across the setting
Linking technology to identified key areas of learning (linked to assessment)
Use Tapestry to record and monitor the use of technology
Setting 2

(Nursery)

Details not yet discussed Details not yet discussed
Setting 3

(Nursery)

Incorporating technology in the two-year-old room Get children using technology
Identifying what the options are / what is appropriate
Ensuring the use of technology with two year olds is differentiated from that used with the three and four year olds
Setting 4

(Nursery Class)

Using technology to enhance parental engagement Identifying how children can use technology more evaluating how it enhances their learning
Setting 5

(Nursery Class)

Improving two-way flow between setting and parents. Giving children a voice in their own learning and being able to share this with parents. Introduce Seesaw app to children and parents
Using Seesaw as an assessment tool
Reviewing practical implications of using the app and how it will impact on resourcing needs
Setting 6

(Reception Class)

Children recording and reflecting on their own learning. Giving children a voice in their own learning and being able to share this with parents Introduce Seesaw app to children and parents

Children using iPads to take photos / draw pictures and add them to their own account

Setting 7

(EYFS)

Using technology to improve communication and language Details not yet discussed
Setting 8

(Reception Class)

Using technology to improve communication and language Review existing technology
Reviewing scheme of work to identify activities for nursery and reception classes and appropriate resources
Setting 9

(Reception Class)

Supporting children to document and reflect on their own learning Using Seesaw and printed books, they can serve different purposes and have different benefits
Using QR codes
Taking photos and videos
Pupils further up the school working with nursery children to train them in using the iPads

About jackcl

E learning consultant in the North East interested in teaching and learning, innovation and new technologies
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