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A copy of the slides presented as part of Berwick Secondary College's 2012 PD on e-learning.

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  • 1. eLearningtrends, present and future of eLearning at Berwick Secondary College
  • 2. the  business  world  is  inves0ng  billions  into  R&D  in   an  a6empt  to  get  a   compe00ve  edgetrends in technology... eLearning
  • 3. the  consumer  market  is   flooded  every  3  months  with   updated  technology WHICH  KIDS  ARE  GROWING   UP  WITH!two forces above and below eLearning
  • 4. put it ALL together ... and what do you get?an urgent (?) need to embrace technologytrends in technology... eLearning
  • 5. 20% = early adopters and visionaries 50% = pragmatists and wait-and-see-ers 30% = passive resisters and slow pokes BUMP IT UP A BIT BECAUSE TECHNOLOGY REALLY MAKES THINGS EXCITING is this too unrealistic? 40 - 60 - 0let’s break it down... eLearning
  • 6. body  &  voice   ac0vated   technologytrends in technology... eLearning
  • 7. mobile   technology &  augmented   realitytrends in technology... eLearning
  • 8. tablets iOS  and  Android  trends in technology... eLearning
  • 9. laptops  to   ultrabookstrends in technology... eLearning
  • 10. trends in technology... eLearning
  • 11. cloud compu0ngtrends in technology... eLearning
  • 12. digital   textbookstrends in technology... eLearning
  • 13. social  media  based   learning   management   systemstrends in technology... eLearning
  • 14. Bring  Your  Own  Device [BYOD]trends in technology... eLearning
  • 15. Gaming  As   Learningtrends in technology... eLearning
  • 16. 21  Things  That  Will  Be   Obsolete  in  2020 Desks Computer  Labs Paper Homework Fear  of  Wikipedia Paperbacks Lockers Organisa<on  by  Grades Parent-­‐Teacher  Nightstrends in technology... eLearning
  • 17. The 21st century is customizable. In ten years, theteacher who hasn’t yet figured out how to usetechnology to personalize learning will be the teacherout of a job. Differentiation won’t make you‘distinguished’; it’ll just be a natural part of your work.- Mindshift http://mindshift.kqed.org/2011/12/21-things-that-will-be-obsolete-in-2020/trends in technology... eLearning
  • 18. e-learning Educatorto raise the profile of e-learning throughthe college and in all domainsto help develop teaching and learningpedagogy that incorporates e-learningto assist in embedding and mappinge-learning into the curriculumto raise staff capacity in the use ofapplications and devices in order toimprove student learning outcomesmy role in 2012.... eLearning
  • 19. 2012 the year of technological & e-learning transitionthe beginning of a roll-out of an opt in 1:1 program supplemented byan increase in available netbooks across the school...a move which has been thrust upon us by Kevin Rudd’s promise thatevery year 9-12 student have 24-7 access to a laptop...any one class, that you teach, may have students who ‘BYOD’  theirown iPad, android tablet, netbook, laptop or ultrabook, students whohave a government netbook or students who have opted to not havea digital device in the classroom...greater access to existing desktop computer labs because of theincrease of students having their own devices...where we are at... eLearning
  • 20. 2 ways to look at it...where we are at... eLearning
  • 21. e-learning teamone person from each domainexperiments with a range of e-learning toolsshares success storiesacts as a liaison and spokesperson for e-learning intheir domaincontributes to e-learning blogthe e-learning plan in 2012 eLearning
  • 22. e-learning bloga website setup with resources and stories of e-learning success categorised by subject areaa specific section for troubleshooting and questionsbuilt by the e-learning team, representative of alldomainsthe e-learning plan in 2012 eLearning
  • 23. e-learning embedded into curriculumeach subject curriculum document to have aranked list of e-learning activities for each subjectthis list is revised and updated each year by thesubject teachersthe e-learning plan in 2012 eLearning
  • 24. e-learning videos & PDevery 2 weeks a 5 min ‘how-to’ videoonce a term PD bringing together the best ideas thatthe e-learning team has foundfortnightly news updates sent around via eworkspacethe e-learning plan in 2012 eLearning
  • 25. e-learning help mornings8am to 9am every Wednesday in B3PBring all your questions or hopes and we can trywork out a solution togetherthe e-learning plan in 2012 eLearning
  • 26. e-learning blog at www.dhoozy.comthe e-learning plan in 2012 eLearning
  • 27. simplify and streamline your workload
  • 28. enhance staffcommunication
  • 29. facilitatecollaborative learning that is instantly engaging
  • 30. kill the USB driveand every other ‘dog ate my homework’ excuse
  • 31. anywhere, anytimeaccess on any device
  • 32. Pedagogical ShiftThe implementation of a BYOD system means that we need to adopta student-centred model of teaching and learningWith different devices students will not have uniform access toapplications and ways of accessing the curriculumTeachers will need to empower students to select different ways toengage the curriculum and produce work that fits their situationPositive: increases student agency and ownership and should improvestudent engagement and motivationNegative: things will be a little bit messy as teachers and students getused to the shift in teaching and learning designwhat this means... eLearning
  • 33. Some Ideas...- it is the teacher, not technology, that has the biggest impact uponteaching and learning- technology is merely another tool, that if used well, enhanceseducation outcomes- start small and slow, allow space for learning and getting students onboard with learning something new- try to be excited about experimenting and sharing your stories, evenif they don’t go so well!- if you are thinking technology will not do ‘this’ or ‘that’, it probablywill, so ask around and do some online investigatingsome points to consider... eLearning
  • 34. love to hear from you...if you would like to be on the e-learning teamideas of what we could do in the futurestories of what your successes and failures in e-learningcritiques of our current setup - the good and the badCommunicate via...the e-learning blog - TBAemail - hughes.david.d@edumail.vic.gov.auphone - 8768 1045contact me at anytime! eLearning