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Mac Ict Ict Integration Feb2009

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  • 1. Professional Standards
    • Element 1.2.4: Apply current knowledge and skills in the use of ICT in the classroom to meet syllabus outcomes in the following:* Basic operational skills* Information technology skills* Software evaluation skills* Effective use of the internet* Pedagogical skills for classroom management
    • Element 4.2.5: Create, select and use a variety of appropriate teaching strategies and resources including ICT and other technologies to make content meaningful to students.
    • Element 4.2.4: Design and facilitate a variety of purposeful group structures that facilitate student engagement to make content meaningful.
  • 2. Agenda Day 1 Integrating ICT in your classroom - Day 1
    • Workshop outcomes
    • Why learn with others?
    • Who do I need to connect with?
    • How can I contribute to a community?
    • How will I communicate effectively?
    • How do I assess students?
    • Who can help me?
  • 3. Workshop outcomes
    • Me:
    • Collaborate on ideas for collaboration
    • Collaborate on assessment for collaboration
    • You: __________________________
  • 4. Why learn with others?
    • Role models
    • Efficiency
    • Combined intelligence
    • Easier to assess
    • Feedback
    • Empowering
    • Accessibility
    • What else?
  • 5. Who do I need to connect with?
    • Teacher to teacher
    • Student to student
    • Just my class
    • The wider community
  • 6. A1 - Investigate a community
    • Go to Oz Projects Astronomy Community
    • What kinds of things are happening?
    • Who can connect in this community?
  • 7. How can I contribute?
    • Tools & media
    • Text = blogs & wikis
    • Photo = Flickr
    • Video = Youtube
    • Audio = iTunes
    • Documents = Slideshare & Scribd
  • 8. A2 - Try contributing
    • Spaces:
    • Text = blogs & wikis
    • Tools:
    • Photo = Flickr
    • Video = Youtube
    • Audio = iTunes
    • Documents = Slideshare & Scribd
    • The line is a little blurry.
  • 9. How will I communicate effectively?
    • Wikipedia:
    • Be polite
    • Assume good faith
    • Avoid personal attacks
    • Be welcoming
    • No original research
    • Neutral point of view
    • Verifiability
  • 10. A3 - Wikipedia discussions
    • Real life examples
    • Sarah Palin (discussion)
    • Barack Obama (edit http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Barack_Obama_presidential_campaign%2C_2008&diff=267303485&oldid=267143253 )
    • Your wiki:
    • You decide but think about what will promote trust and collaboration.
  • 11. How will I assess the learning?
    • Possible criteria
    • Participants contribute as per their agreed roles (thinking)
    • Contributions indicate thought and/or research (literacy & thinking)
    • The wiki is well organised (planning)
    • Spelling/grammar/punctuation is correct (literacy)
    • Participants use good interpersonal skills in resolving differences (interpersonal)
    • Editing is done in a thoughtful and productive manner (thinking)
    • Content is visually appealling (visual literacy)
    • Multi-sensory tools are used (visual literacy)
    • RSS is used to bring in content from other sources (internet)
  • 12. A4 - Reviewing Wiki’s
    • Create a criteria for assessing your wiki
    • Review the wiki including history & discussion
    • What do you think the purpose of the wiki is? Do you think it’s well suited to a wiki format? Why is collaboration important?
    • Come up with 3 things that were done well in the wiki and 3 that could be improved.
    • Group 1: NSW Computer Coordinator Wiki, Wookipedia, Cyberclassroom
    • Group 2: Muppets, Errancy Wiki, Miss Baker’s Biology Class
    • Group 3: Recipes, TVIV, Westwood
  • 13. A5 - Participating in a project
    • Sign up
    • Check the ‘Conditions of Use’
    • Introduce yourself
    • Add a question to the Q&A page
    • Add a bit of research to the 10 major discoveries page. (Remember to reference)
  • 14. Agenda Day 2
    • Recap of day 1
    • Some project planning tips
    • Project meeting
    • Building the project
    • Promoting the project
  • 15. Project Planning
    • Examples of different wikis
    • Deciding on a level of contribution
    • Planning for contribution - wiki patterns
    • Deciding on roles to help grow the wiki
    • Strategies to continue wiki growth
    • Communicating with the wiki community
  • 16. A6 - Project Meeting
    • Content & collaboration ideas
    • Tools
    • Environment
    • Participants
    • Behaviour
    • Assessment
  • 17. A7 - Building The Project
    • Not everyone has to be be expert at everything.
    • Wiki setup, structure
    • Privacy
    • Embedding a picture
    • Adding an RSS feed
  • 18. Continuing the connection
    • Twitter
    • Me.edu.au
    • OZ/NZ educators
  • 19. Assessing the project
    • Different students, different assessments
    • Is this project right for my students?
    • Am I happy with the way I/they can contribute?
    • Encouraging student feedback on the whole project.

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