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  • Remember my overwhelmed lady at the start? There really is so much to choose it’s hard to decide. My advice - pick one thing, become really familiar with it, play, over use it, get comfortable, then add something else to it to take it up a level. Do something that suits you too - what suits me may not be what suits someone else. Shared plan - own approach.
  • Not sure if you’re coming or going? So much out there? Not sure what to do? Mixed messages. Limits/Brick Walls
  • There’s so much available and so much happening so fast. Huge expectation. Overwhelming for everyone. Constant change. Flit from one thing to the next.
  • 1998 Flat Stanley Project. 1999 hosted first travel buddy for Penguin Project. 2000 Kara went on first overseas trip. Kara’s last trip = 2006 unfortunately she’s gone AWOL. Communication = journal, email & webpage. With web 2.0 can be Blog, Skype, Webcam, videos, …
  • Made connection through websites. Have created & sent digital postcards English & Social Studies. Now you could still do these but add things like a Skype call & suddenly it’s upped the anti. Oral Language anyone?
  • Just because they’re exposed doesn’t mean they know how to use it for a specific purpose. Being exposed to books didn’t mean I instantly acquired research skills & the same applies to tech. Not every kid is even interested. Choice some choose traditional.
  • Teach one, they teach someone else and so on. I have 2 comps in my room & 1 ICT session of 45 mins p/w Discovery centre for blocks of time a couple of times per year. (and when I can steal a gap) COWs once a fortnight. (My choice as they’re in high demand). Do get alone time too. Read while type.
  • Here’s what we’ve tried.
  • Couldn’t bring these things into the classroom. I said you could draw a pic in paint. Kids came up with this.
  • Why I do it. What is Flickr What is creative commons. (Could use Picasa or other online photo storage.
  • Sometimes you’ve just gotta sit down & play. Kids & adults. e.g. of sandpit time in my class. Sandpit time for myself.

Working With What You Have Working With What You Have Presentation Transcript

  • Integrating new technologies to empower learning and transform leadership Work With What You Have Creating ICT enhanced learning opportunities with limited resources.
  • There are so many choices! Crayons by ppdigital From Flickr Licensed under creative commons - Attribution-Noncommercial 2.0 Generic
  • Then there are the mixed messages… Clarity by jonwiley s From Flickr Licensed under creative commons - Attribution-Noncommercial 2.0 Generic
  • Sometimes it all gets a bit over-whelming! What Grad School Feels Like by kimncris From Flickr Licensed under creative commons - Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 Generic
  • Why Do Educators Infuse Technology Into Their Programmes? Thanks to @sharpjacqui, @MrsBee12, @Moodlegirl, @Kelliemcrobert & @helenotway for sharing their thoughts and for allowing me to share them with others.
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  • Collaboration Cooperation Global Connections Problem Solving Motivation Literacy - Visual, Written & Oral Confidence Experience/Awareness of the World beyond the classroom Numeracy Spatial Awareness Motor Skills Leadership Self Management Use tools selectively and purposefully
  • Different Scenarios
  • 1 Computer
  • Shared Computers
  • Computer Suite
  • Limited or No Internet
  • Software
  • Other Devices
  • My Technology Journey
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/25614007@N00/251138522 From Flickr Licensed under creative commons
  • 2 WEEKS
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/videocrab/280909173/ From Flickr Licensed under creative commons
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/imuttoo/3223999082/sizes/l/in/photostream/ From Flickr Licensed under creative commons
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/mattjb/3255268475/in/photostream/ From Flickr Licensed under creative commons
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/sparkieblues/3971234819/sizes/l/in/photostream/ From Flickr Licensed under creative commons
  • http://www.flickr.com/photos/26104563@N00/2290088191 From Flickr Licensed under creative commons
  • Travel Buddies
  • Postcards, Penpals,Keypals
  • Management
  • Organisation
  • Routines
  • Scaffolding & Skills
  • Roster System
  • Expert, Driver, Passenger. Learn Together
  • Pairs Work Well - Teacher/ Learner
  • Class Experts
  • Paint
  • Digital Camera. Paint. Imagination.
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  • We use “Paint” a lot!
  • Kids Examples - Mouse Drawn Year 3 Class
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  • Alternatives For Non-PC Users http://www.sumopaint.com/ http://skitch.com / http://www.tuxpaint.org/ Online Mac Mac, Linux, Windows
  • Collect Older Hardware & Software
  • Sound Recording
    • Inexpensive mp3 recorders
    • Most modern cell phones
    • Inbuilt computer microphones
    • Headphones with microphones
    • attached
  • Video Recording
    • Digital Cameras usually record video
    • Some modern cell phones
    • Inbuilt computer web cams
    • External computer web cams
  • Want to try Blogging, keypals, etc but…
  • limited or no Internet access?
  • Word (or similar)
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  • Project Links Keypals, Travel Buddies & Other Online Projects http://www.epals.com/ Postcard Exchange http://pcg.cyberbee.com/ Monster Exchange http://www.monsterexchange.org/ and http://monsterproject.wikispaces.com/Welcome Flat Stanley Project http://www.flatstanley.com/how.php?nav=teachers
  • Power Point
  • No Projector
  • No Interactive Whiteboard
  • Free Stuff
  • Be Creative Bee Time by azrainman from Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/azrainman/990800063/ used under CC License Attribution Generic 2.0
  • Sandpit Time Week33 pic d Secret#14 by f Jo and Paul's Pics . From Flickr Licensed under creative commons - Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 Generic
    • Select From The Following Tasks
    • Open up your Internet browser and type in:
    • http://authenticict.wikispaces.com/Work+With+What+You+Have
    • Add your ideas to the Wallwisher embedded in the Wiki.
    • Read through the supporting information on the page.
    • Explore some of the links - try out Sumo Paint for example.
    • Investigate some of the options for online collaboration.
    • Or if you don’t want to explore online then…
    • Open up “Paint” which can be found by clicking Start - Programmes - Accessories and
    • have a go at creating your own graphics.
    • Come and play with Tux Paint on my computer
    • Experiment with “Word” or “Powerpoint”
  • "Showering fancy equipment and toys on classrooms without smart planning is unlikely to produce gains in student performance." Jamie McKenzie (2002) - Just in Time Technology - Doing Better With Fewer p21 Junk by Southernpixel from Flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/southernpixel/255997687/ used under CC License Attribution 2.0 Generic
  • Wikispaces Follow Up Notes Click on the link below to find further information and examples to support this presentation. http://authenticict.wikispaces.com/Work+With+What+You+Have