Net Gen Ed Project 2011 Awards

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Awards for top videos in the Flat Classroom Project. For links to these videos see. http://netgened2011.flatclassroomproject.org/Awards

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Net Gen Ed Project 2011 Awards

  1. 1. NetGenEd 2011<br />AWARDS CEREMONY<br />Flat Classroom™ Co-founded by Vicki Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />
  2. 2. Don Tapscott<br />Author, Grown Up Digital (Wikinomics, Macrowikinomics)<br />Thank you for your support!<br />http://dontapscott.com/<br />
  3. 3. Welcome<br />- Vicki Davis<br />- Julie Lindsay<br />http://netgened2011.flatclassroomproject.org/<br />http://grownupdigital.ning.com/<br />Judging coordinator- Lisa Durff<br />
  4. 4. Participating Schools<br />Kristin School Andrew Churches NZ<br />International School of Americas Honor Moorman USA<br /> Cassie Allen<br />Pleasant Plains High School John Langley USA<br />Hawksdale P12 College Anne Mirtschin AU<br />Academy of Allied Health & Science Brian McLaughlin USA<br />Wissahickon High School A.J. Juliani USA<br />
  5. 5. Participating Schools<br />Spring Woods High Estie Cuellar USA<br />Westtown School Margaret Haviland USA<br />Hopkinton High School Fred Haas USA<br />Westwood School Vicki Davis USA<br />Illawarra Grammar School Steve Madsen AU<br />
  6. 6. Judges Awards<br />Given by the expert judges aggregating their scores<br />These awards go to the best multimedia works.<br />See Rubrics for details about <br />Criterion A: Design and Technical Quality and <br />Criterion B: Synthesis and Construction of Ideas<br /> http://netgened2011.flatclassroomproject.org/Rubrics<br />All Awards can be found at <br /> http://netgened2011.flatclassroomproject.org/Awards<br />
  7. 7. #1 Electronic Books<br />Total Number of Videos submitted – 26<br />Judged by: Wendy Melnick,Theresa Allen, & Theresa Jilek<br />First: 8.A.4eBooks and Innovation, Sarah W. USA, 2011Second: 8.A.2Ebooks: An Innovation Like No Other! , Jesse P, AAHS, USA, 2011Third: 5.A.1Ebooks: Evolution of the Book, Rachel E, USA, 2011HM: A.PM.1Ebooks: Innovation In Education, Liz A, United States, 2011HM: 7.A.3EBooks!Kara H PPHS, USA, 2011<br />
  8. 8. #2 Mobiles<br />Total Number of Videos submitted – 31<br />Judged by: Mark van 't Hooft, Barbara McFall, BetsyeSargent, and Deb Bruxvoort<br />First: B.PM.1Mobiles Freedom, Chris G United States of Amercia 2011 Second: 2.B.2How Mobile Technology Can Make School Easier, Rachel W., Pleasant Plains High SchoolThird: 1.B.7Mobiles - Freedom, Sana S, AAHS, USAHM: 2.B.4Mobile and Customization, Ally W HHS USA, 2011HM: 2.B.5Advances In Mobiles For The Future, Julia C AAHS, USA <br />
  9. 9. #3 Augmented Reality<br />Total Number of Videos submitted – 33 <br />Judged by: Mark van 't Hooft, Carrie Jacobs, Janice Friesen, and Sara Patterson<br />First: 3.C.2Augmented Reality, Tim. C NZSecond: 6.C.3Augmented Reality-Entertainment, Matt Sole, Kristin School, New ZealandSecond: 6.C.1Imagination Unleashed, Erin B. Georgia, USAThird: C.APM.1The History Maker, Hannah H., USAHM: 2.C.2The Future of Education, Audrey M, USA, Year 9, Westtown School<br />
  10. 10. #4 Game Based Learning<br />Total Number of Videos submitted – 32<br />Judged by: Wendy Melnick, Purti Singh, Heather Sullivan, and Betsy MacDonald <br />First: 1.D.4GBL Freedom, Paul B., AAHS, USASecond: 5.D.2Obstacles To Collaboration, Jillian D AAHS, USA 2011 (this is not on the Ning)Third: 8.D.2Innovation in Game Based Learning, Elizabeth T, AAHS, USA, 2011HM: 2.D.1Customizing In Game-Based Learning, Derek Du, AAHS, USA, 2011HM: 7.D.2Game Based Learning-Kyle O, United States of America, 2011<br />
  11. 11. #5 Gesture-Based Computing<br />Total Number of Videos submitted – 28<br />Judged by: Carrie Jacobs, Donna Román, Craig Union, and Betsy MacDonald <br />First: 7.E.3Gesture Based Computing: Speed and Innovation, Ashley S., AAHS, USA, 2011 (this video needs to be uploaded to the Ning)Second: 1.E.1The Freedom of Gesture-Based Computing, Melissa B., AAHS, USA, 2011Third: 3.E.1The Magic Touch, Jess S., WISS, USA, 2011HM: 5.E.2Stop, Format It - Gesture Based Computing, Emily S., WISS, USA, 2011HM: 4.E.1Gesture Based Computing, JoshuaM_TIGS, Australia, Year 11<br />
  12. 12. #6 Learning Analytics<br />Total Number of Videos submitted – 14<br />Judged by: Craig Union, Theresa Jilek, Shelley Krause, and Sara Patterson<br />First: 7.F.2The Learning Analytic Critic, Tiffany W., WISS, USA, 2011Second: 3.F.1Learning Analytics and You, Bruno L, AAHS, USA, 2011.Third: 5.F.1Learning Analytics: Collaboration and Entertainment, Emily C., AAHS, USA, 2011HM: 5.F.2Learning Analytics, Brennan L, HHS, USA, 2011<br />
  13. 13. Meta-Judge Awards<br />The meta-judge for this project is Terry Freedman . Terry is an independent educational ICT consultant who publishes both a website and a newsletter. He has authored several articles and books. He is also a member of the British Computer Society, a Fellow of Mirandanet, and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.Terry also gives presentations in educational ICT, including the use of Web 2.0 applications in schools, in the UK and elsewhere<br />
  14. 14. Third Place Tie<br />Winner: Tiffany<br />Video: The Learning Analytic<br />Judges comment: Well researched and set out in a logical way. I'd have liked to have found out more about the examples given, and the technology. For example, are the emails sent out to students automatically and what do they contain?<br />
  15. 15. Third Place Tie<br />Winner: Sarah W.<br />Video: eBooks and innovation<br />Judges comment: I think this is great idea, well-executed, with a good script and easy to watch. I may use this myself, with students or for a presentation. I have only two suggestions for the future though: a) speak more slowly b) make the credits easier to read; they fly by too quickly, are too small, and in a dark font on a dark background. <br />
  16. 16. Second Place<br />Winner: Hannah H.<br />Video: The History Maker<br />Judges comment: I really liked this, and would have preferred it to have been much longer, exploring other applications in education. As far as it went, even though it possibly implied that AR will be available only through special glasses, this is the best illustration I've seen of why AR would be useful in education.<br />
  17. 17. FIRST PLACE<br />The Flat Classroom Project 2011-1 overall <br />Winner: Rachel E.<br />Video: Ebooks, Evolution of the Book<br />Judges Comment: I really liked this video: it was very clear indeed, had some noce touches of humor and the points were well made, without talking. I think it would have been better if the music had been different. Also, I'd like to have been some predictions of future uses of ebooks, like assessments, and the potential downsides of ebooks. Regarding collaboration, the video didn't compare like with like, because the non-ebook sequence showed people annotating not just reading.<br />
  18. 18. Congratulations to all students and teachers<br />Thank you to all judges, advisors, researchers and supporters. <br />NetGenEd 2011<br /> http://netgened2011.flatclassroomproject.org/Home<br /> http://grownupdigital.ning.com/<br />Flat Classrooms (for educators)<br />http://flatclassrooms.ning.com <br />Email: fcp@flatclassroom.org<br />Flat Classroom™ Co-founded by Vicki Davis and Julie Lindsay<br />

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