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  • Global Education Conference, 2013 WebToWhere Project Dr Gail Casey - gcasey@deakin.edu.au - http://gcasey.wikispaces.com/ Deakin University/ Geelong High School, Australia This global project received 1st place in the ISTE SIGOL Online Learning Awards in 20121
  • “As education becomes more global, how can we take advantage of new media & technologies to provide a more personalised approach to learning: one that will support students out-of-school lives?” Looking specifically at learning design and assessment. 2
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  • Teacher PD support, curriculum development, team teaching 2. Student avatars, themes & choice of identity 3. Students finding out about each other Student Interaction within & across classes 1. Student Formal & Informal learning Online sharing space with moderators & peer mentors 7. Constructive Peer Feedack 6. Peer & Self Assessment 5. Students: active & valued through contributions to the learning of others 4. Student’s ‘My Page’ Learning & interaction anytime, anywhere http://webtowhere.ning.com/forum/topics/webtowhere-student-samples-2012 6
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  • • • Building in Play-Time (across schools, year levels & learning areas) A student-centred approach to support personalising learning • Scaffolding to support peer feedback and assessment • Designing learning that is authentic, provides choice & student role models • Support for teachers to learn, unlearn & relearn! • Strengthening learning through teacher Action Research email gcasey@deakin.edu.au to become involved 9
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