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    • Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Preparing our students for their future Digital Media Skills Findings (MEI) summary Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Preparing our students for their future Digital Media Skills Findings (MEI) summary • Workers in non-ICT capacities are using digital communication skills increasingly in every day work activities. Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Preparing our students for their future Digital Media Skills Findings (MEI) summary • Workers in non-ICT capacities are using digital communication skills increasingly in every day work activities. • Over the past 5 years the average growth of users in what what was considered specialised digital tasks is greater than more mainstream tasks. Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Preparing our students for their future Digital Media Skills Findings (MEI) summary • Workers in non-ICT capacities are using digital communication skills increasingly in every day work activities. • Over the past 5 years the average growth of users in what what was considered specialised digital tasks is greater than more mainstream tasks. • Specifically animation, video, and audio are the fastest growing areas with more than 35% growth over the last 5 years Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Preparing our students for their future Digital Media Skills Findings (MEI) summary • Workers in non-ICT capacities are using digital communication skills increasingly in every day work activities. • Over the past 5 years the average growth of users in what what was considered specialised digital tasks is greater than more mainstream tasks. • Specifically animation, video, and audio are the fastest growing areas with more than 35% growth over the last 5 years • In the future, tasks such as working with video, animation, audio, and websites will be as common as creating presentations and newsletters are today. Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Average growth in skills over five years Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Helping our students succeed in the 21st century. Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Helping our students succeed in the 21st century. • If we want our students to be confident, effective communicators in the coming decades, we must prepare them to communicate through digital media. Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Helping our students succeed in the 21st century. • If we want our students to be confident, effective communicators in the coming decades, we must prepare them to communicate through digital media. • These students—not the adults with time constraints—are the power users. They’re out there creating, sharing, and researching things important to them, and they know how to get information when they need it. Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Helping our students succeed in the 21st century. • If we want our students to be confident, effective communicators in the coming decades, we must prepare them to communicate through digital media. • These students—not the adults with time constraints—are the power users. They’re out there creating, sharing, and researching things important to them, and they know how to get information when they need it. • Students acquire technology skills much faster than their teachers and quickly become classroom experts. Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Helping our students succeed in the 21st century. • If we want our students to be confident, effective communicators in the coming decades, we must prepare them to communicate through digital media. • These students—not the adults with time constraints—are the power users. They’re out there creating, sharing, and researching things important to them, and they know how to get information when they need it. • Students acquire technology skills much faster than their teachers and quickly become classroom experts. • As educators we must become more than information experts; we must also be collaborators in learning; leveraging the power of students, seeking new knowledge alongside students. Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Year 9 Photography students discussing their thoughts on the use of digital technology in their studies at the college. Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Development group training and support Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • A result from a development group meeting focusing on animation!!!!!!!!!! Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Amanda Greenwood’s Tutor group animation questioning judging others too quickly by how they look. Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Donna Moore’s AS Textile Group creations shot using studio flash lighting and enhanced in Photoshop Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Donna Moore’s AS Textile Group creations shot using studio flash lighting and enhanced in Photoshop Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Donna Moore’s AS Textile Group creations shot using studio flash lighting and enhanced in Photoshop Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Results after manipulation using Photoshop Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Supporting South West Schools and Colleges in the development of digital technology skills Tuesday, 14 July 2009
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    • County Digital Arts Forum • A new group of teachers and practitioners from around the Cornwall based in Unit 20 • A Series of Digital Arts Training Events have been developed and offered to South West schools and colleges Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • With BAFTA Nominated Brett Harvey Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Friday M arch 27th ( 9.30-2.30) -linked hyper Turn writt en studies into se the able stud ents to showca m asterpieces. En y do. great work the y and Mark Talb ot AST att Henle C ourse leaders M Saturday, 21 March 2009 Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • Steve Gaves Friday M arch 27th ( 9.30-2.30) -linked hyper Turn writt en studies into se the able stud ents to showca m asterpieces. En y do. great work the y and Mark Talb ot AST att Henle C ourse leaders M Saturday, 21 March 2009 Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • • Personalised Learning, Link galleries, exemplar work, • All homework and classwork online accessed during lesson to ensure all students are on task. Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • • Personalised Learning, Link galleries, exemplar work, • All homework and classwork online accessed during lesson to ensure all students are on task. Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • • Personalised Learning, Link galleries, exemplar work, • All homework and classwork online accessed during lesson to ensure all students are on task. Tuesday, 14 July 2009
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    • Yesterdays EUROCREATOR workshop dia ital Me Beth Mason - Truro PFS ple ator Dig Ap re c Matthew Ellis - Cape Cornwall School Euro shops Wor k Henry Schofield - Cape Cornwall School Shirley Taylor - Cape Cornwall School Louise Summers - Cape Cornwall School Karen Hills - Truro Library Barbara Robinson - Newquay Junior School Martin Kenway - Callington Primary School OP Sarah Foden - Pencalenick School RW ORKSH REATO m-4.00pm r) FREE C EURO ly 9.30a istingu i shed E ducato Sarah James - Brannel School 13th Ju oretti (Apple DTraining Centre Monda y Joe M leader: e Apple Reg ional Polly Byrne - Brannel School Course @ Bodmin Colleg Joanna Galbraith - Cornwall College Andy Taylor - Penrice School Paul Johnson - - Penryn College Steve Greaves - Bodmin College rmation rm ore info ce or fo : ok a pla t Mark Talbot hone To bo ontac c om or p please llery@mac.c ga square 114 72 01208 Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • EuroCreator Unleash your Imagination, Capture your Creativity, Innovate - and enjoy! Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • EuroCreator Unleash your Imagination, Capture your Creativity, Innovate - and enjoy! Certification from the EU Commissioner Delivered in 10 European languages Offer a Safe & Moderated online environment Online Teacher support material Ability to share media on ANY mobile device Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • EuroCreator EU Commissioner for Education and Culture Ján Figle’ Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • EuroCreator EU Commissioner for Education and Culture Ján Figle’ Tuesday, 14 July 2009
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    • 2009-2010 Development group focus.............. • Handheld touch screen technologies in the classroom • There are now over 50,000 applications available to download from the Apps store on iTunes (many great apps are free!!!!!) Tuesday, 14 July 2009
    • iSeismometer Tuesday, 14 July 2009
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    • Historical Maps of the World Tuesday, 14 July 2009
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    • iTunesU free university lecture podcasts available for thousands of courses from most major university across the world Tuesday, 14 July 2009
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