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2010 SWSI Alexander Hayes Presentation

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Presentation conducted in conjunction with Michael Coghlan for the SWSI Technology Showcase day held on Tuesday 19th October 2010 from Darwin University.

Presentation conducted in conjunction with Michael Coghlan for the SWSI Technology Showcase day held on Tuesday 19th October 2010 from Darwin University.

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  • It’s current news that the use of networked, wearable and location enabled technologies are are having a profound impact on where the practical and usable first-person point-of-view can be employed in learning, teaching and assessment. What are we doing to ensure that our learners have access to such technologies ? What are we doing within our organizational infrastructures to give students access to learn by connecting via the mobile grid ? Are we truly engaging with our students through the hip or just out of the pocket ?
  • It’s current news that the use of networked, wearable and location enabled technologies are are having a profound impact on where the practical and usable first-person point-of-view can be employed in learning, teaching and assessment. What are we doing to ensure that our learners have access to such technologies ? What are we doing within our organizational infrastructures to give students access to learn by connecting via the mobile grid ? Are we truly engaging with our students through the hip or just out of the pocket ?
  • It’s current news that the use of networked, wearable and location enabled technologies are are having a profound impact on where the practical and usable first-person point-of-view can be employed in learning, teaching and assessment. What are we doing to ensure that our learners have access to such technologies ? What are we doing within our organizational infrastructures to give students access to learn by connecting via the mobile grid ? Are we truly engaging with our students through the hip or just out of the pocket ?
  • It’s current news that the use of networked, wearable and location enabled technologies are are having a profound impact on where the practical and usable first-person point-of-view can be employed in learning, teaching and assessment. What are we doing to ensure that our learners have access to such technologies ? What are we doing within our organizational infrastructures to give students access to learn by connecting via the mobile grid ? Are we truly engaging with our students through the hip or just out of the pocket ?

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  • 2. Phd. Candidate University of Wollongong Information Systems & Technology Faculty of Informatics Innovation in Business & Social Research
  • 3. Director Streamfolio EDUPOV Pty Ltd Perth, Western Australia
  • 4. http://mobilizethis.wikispaces.com
  • 5. image | woodchipmedia.com
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  • 8. “ ... It poses as an inevitable “happening”...that is, POV in education and training is both shocking and unbelievable to consider however, it is going to happen, it is now possible and it is constructively usable.” October 12 th , 2010
  • 9. “… .I don’t want a laptop for my kid. I’ll just have a successful teacher please” deangroom (@deangroom) 16/10/10 2:12 PM
  • 10. “… .Until society abandons 'paper quals' to order 'life' - schools must get the best paper - outcomes. Games fill in the rest at home.” deangroom (@deangroom) 16/10/10 8:17 PM @Darcy1968
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  • 19. What risks are inherent with allowing students to upload rich media video evidence using any internet connection ?
  • 20. What advantages are there in enabling teachers with technologies that allow e-portfolio video based competency assessment ?
  • 21. What do these technologies mean for our current models of assessment, validation and auditing ?
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