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Digital imperative sl

  1. 1. Penny Collins
  2. 2. Click here Click here
  3. 3. 2006
  4. 4. 2011
  5. 5. The human brain contains over ______________ neurons
  6. 6. The human brain contains over 100 000 000 000 neurons
  7. 7. ________ neural connections are made every second
  8. 8. 1 000 000 neural connections are made every second
  9. 9. What is Intelligence?
  10. 10. What is Intelligence? 2-3 minutes in groups of 4/5
  11. 11. Declarative knowledge:What, Where, When, Why.Procedural knowledge:How.Conditional knowledge:When to use aprocedure/strategy.
  12. 12. Intellectual Capacity +
  13. 13. = greater access towhat, where, when,why & how= increased intellectual capacity
  14. 14. Are you using .... + Only 10% of this?
  15. 15. What is important?a) Knowing the answerb) Knowing how to find the answer. 2-3 minutes in groups of 4/5
  16. 16. What is important?a) Knowing the answerb) Knowing how to find the answer. Past  Future Students  Teacher
  17. 17. “It is not necessary to change. Survival isnot mandatory." W. Edwards Deming
  18. 18. Stand on the shoulders of giants
  19. 19. 2-3 minutes in groups find one of the following...1. A stage 1 worksheet on trigonometry (maths)2. A powerpoint on impressionist painters (art)3. A video on heat and temperature that will run for at least a lesson (science)4. A peer collaboration evaluation tool (-)5. Behavioural management policies of SA schools (-)6. Interstate history curriculum/exam (humanities)
  20. 20. 2-3 minutes in groups find one of the following...Ground rules• All people are to contribute to the search• Someone will document the search eg search terms used, search strategies
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