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My presentation at The Ninth National Interactive Teaching and Learning Conference

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  • Worked from 7.30 am to 4.00 pm for nine weeks and most evenings as well I received 2414 emails that I read and deleted and several hundred more that I filed as important
  • Thanks to Alec Couros for this image

Twitter, Techie brekkie and Teachmeets Twitter, Techie brekkie and Teachmeets Presentation Transcript

  • Twitter, Techie brekkies and TeachMeets Break down the barriers to tech integration and 21st century thinking among staff at your school and reinvigorate your own and your school staff development program
  • Who am I?1. Henrietta Miller – Year 6 teacher Roseville College1. http://www.classroomchronicles.net2. http://www.techiebrekkie.net3. http://year6rc.edublogs.org
  • A typical teachers day…
  • Why you should connect?
  • Who do you connect with?1. Your grade buddies?2. Your department colleagues? – TechieBrekkies1. Other local schools? – Teachmeets1. The world – Twitter – Edmodo – Facebook – Blogs and wikis
  • How can I connect? UsingUsing social traditional PDmedia Image thanks to Dean Groom
  • Four ways to learn1. Professionals teaching teachers – Traditional staff PD days – Conferences – workshops1. Teachers teaching themselves – Twitter, reading, studying1. Teachers teaching teachers – Techie brekkies and TeachMeets1. Students teaching teachers and each other – The Bloggers’ Café – Tech support groups
  • Image thanks toAlex Couros
  • Don’t be scared
  • PLN
  • Your content
  • Oz Edmodo group code 53d8dq
  • What is the best part of a conference?
  • What happens next?1. Do you share with colleagues and your school? – Techie Brekkies1. Do you share with other local schools? – Teachmeets1. Do you share with the world? – Twitter – Edmodo – Blogging – Facebook
  • So just what are the barriers? What are you doing to help?
  • How can you change?1. Can you teach other teachers at your school? – Hold Techie Brekkie1. Can you teach yourself? – Connect on Twitter? – Read some blogs?1. Can you teach other teachers at other schools – Hold a TeachMeet1. Can your students teach other teachers and each other? – Visit The Bloggers’ Café – Create a Tech support group
  • http://www.techiebrekkie.net
  • TeachMeets
  • #TMSydney
  • TeachMeet Sydneyhttp://tmsydney.wikispaces.com/
  • Students learning with each otherhttp://thebloggerscafe.edublogs.org
  • Henrietta Miller@henriettamihttp://www.classroomchronicles.nethttp://www.techiebrekkie.nethttp://year5rc.edublogs.org
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