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Prsentation re what is in line for schools in terms of technologies

Prsentation re what is in line for schools in terms of technologies

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  • Connected Learning in My Primary Classroom – Curriculum Support Website
  • Augmented Reality combines real and virtual is interactive in real time is registered in 3D Wikitude World Browser application displays information about users' surroundings in a mobile camera view. The application calculates users' current positions by using the Global Positioning System (GPS), a compass , and an accelerometer and accesses the Wikitude data set to provide geographic information (e.g. longitude and latitude ), history, and contact details of points of interest . Wikitude World Browser overlays the virtual 3-dimensional (3D) image and its information on real-time view. Virtual Reality Virtual reality ( VR ) is a term that applies to computer-simulated environments that can simulate places in the real world, as well as in imaginary worlds. Most current virtual reality environments are primarily visual experiences, displayed either on a computer screen or through special stereoscopic displays , but some simulations include additional sensory information, such as sound through speakers or headphones Cloud Computing Cloud computing is Web -based processing , whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices (such as smartphones ) on demand over the Internet This frequently takes the form of web-based tools or applications that users can access and use through a web browser as if it were a program installed locally on their own computer. Collaborative environments Synchronous – real time Adobe Connect Edmodo Ipods/ipads Canterbury Girls High School – ipods in the music classroom Matthew Townson HS – trial of ipads
  • - One-to-one laptop programs have been found to bring about improvements to student learning outcomes - Improvements in student achievement are related to the way the laptops are used - Professional learning is essential for successful integration - Teacher pedagogical beliefs largely determine the degree and type of integration that occurs in the classroom - Professional learning  must include processes by which teachers regularly discuss their pedagogical and educational values  - Teachers need time for discussion and the sharing of ideas/resources - Leadership is crucial for successful integration - School leaders must build a shared vision, keep the focus on that vision, lead the planning, foster a collaborative and supportive school culture,  provide time for collaboration and discussion and provide appropriate and timely professional learning for teachers - Distributed leadership and a whole school approach are most effective
  • - One-to-one laptop programs have been found to bring about improvements to student learning outcomes - Improvements in student achievement are related to the way the laptops are used - Professional learning is essential for successful integration - Teacher pedagogical beliefs largely determine the degree and type of integration that occurs in the classroom - Professional learning  must include processes by which teachers regularly discuss their pedagogical and educational values  - Teachers need time for discussion and the sharing of ideas/resources - Leadership is crucial for successful integration - School leaders must build a shared vision, keep the focus on that vision, lead the planning, foster a collaborative and supportive school culture,  provide time for collaboration and discussion and provide appropriate and timely professional learning for teachers - Distributed leadership and a whole school approach are most effective
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    • 1. Riding the Wave: New Horizons…New Technologies Lena Arena Project Coordinator DER NSW 9582 2851 [email_address]
    • 2. Reflections.... www.youtube.com/watch?v=ywWM9EeGY2Q
    • 3. 7 Principles of Learning http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eL0XMDs-m4k
    • 4. Wikis Learning Tools eBackpack Student portal
    • 5. Interactive Classrooms Interactive Whiteboards Video conferencing
    • 6. New Horizons
    • 7. Horizon Report http://www.nmc.org/pdf/2010-Horizon-Report.pdf
    • 8. 21 st century skills
    • 9.  
    • 10. 1:1 computing - 2010 Literature Review
    • 11. Literature Review
    • 12. Student work samples
    • 13. https://www.det.nsw.edu.au/blog/9881-digitaleducationrevolutionnsw/
    • 14. Mobile Technologies iPods iPads http://learningwithipads.blogspot.com / www.ungarie-c.schools.nsw.edu.au /
    • 15.
      • Web browser
      • Web widgets
      • GPS
      • Apps
      Smart Phones
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    • 23. Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy
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    • 27. “ We’ve got to be willing to play where they play… ... even if we don’t feel comfortable.” Kevin Honeycutt (Educator, researcher) Quote for thought...
    • 28. Credits
        • Images by dkuropatwa Darren Kuropatwa
        • http://www.flickr.com/photos/dkuropatwa
    • 29. Why?
    • 30. Why?
      • Gathering, synthesizing, and analysing information
      • Working autonomously to a high standard with minimal supervision
      • Leading other autonomous workers through influence
      • Being creative and turning that creativity into action
      • Thinking critically and asking the right questions
      • Striving to understand others’ perspectives and to understand the entirety of an issue
      • Communicating effectively, often using technology
      • Working ethically, firmly based in both your own society and the planet as a whole
      • The Learning Society (Cisco, 2010):