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Workshop 1: Change management and school improvement

ACT Education and Training Directorate Leadership Conference 2012

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  • 1. leadership in digital age education change management and school improvementACT Education and Training Directorate Leadership Conference 2012
  • 2. the state of digital education
  • 3. the state of digital education http://www.knewton.com/digital-education/
  • 4. the state of digital education http://www.knewton.com/digital-education/
  • 5. the state of digital education http://www.knewton.com/digital-education/
  • 6. the state of digital education http://www.knewton.com/digital-education/
  • 7. the state of digital education http://www.knewton.com/digital-education/
  • 8. the state of digital education http://www.knewton.com/digital-education/
  • 9. the state of digital education http://www.knewton.com/digital-education/
  • 10. the state of digital education http://www.knewton.com/digital-education/
  • 11. digital learning – current thinkingand factors to consider when embarking of school improvement
  • 12. the missing links | digital learning pedagogyIf youre going to connect students withemerging technologies, you need to understandemerging pedagogies.
  • 13. the missing links | digital curriculum design the missing linksFrom integrating technology to ubiquitoustechnology.Designing a digital curriculum coupled with awell designed instructional approach.Using the technology of today, in the‘classroom’ of today.
  • 14. the missing links | spaces and skills the missing linksRethinking learning spaces.Teacher technical skills.
  • 15. Digital Learning Pedagogy
  • 16. new media = new learning | implications for teaching digital virtual pedagogy pedagogy social learning
  • 17. how do you facilitate digital age learning? Rethinking the who, what, where and when of learning .... ‣ From prescriptive to connective practices. ‣ Rethinking the delivery & distribution of learning. ‣ The role of online networking, collaboration & blended learning. ‣ Who participates in the learning process? ‣ How will your pedagogy adapt for iPads, mobiles & cloud-based spaces?
  • 18. moving beyond old methodology with new technology
  • 19. Digital Curriculum Design
  • 20. using the technology of today in the ‘classroom’ of today
  • 21. mobile: more Internet access – from anywhere
  • 22. online:increasing expectation to work, learn and study anywhere / anytime
  • 23. networked: the world of work is increasinglycollaborative, giving rise to reflection about the way student projects are structured
  • 24. purposeful ‘social’
  • 25. crowdsourcingIceland crowdsources its nextconstitution. (2011)“The public sees the constitution come intobeing before their eyes … This is verydifferent from old times where constitutionmakers sometimes found it better to findthemselves a remote spot out of sight, outof touch.”Thorvaldur Gylfason(Member of Icelands constitutional council.)http://wapo.st/ya4Zj1
  • 26. cloud based: technology is increasingly cloud- based, decentralised = shift in control
  • 27. school wide improvement
  • 28. what’s your roadmap?
  • 29. questions schools should consider
  • 30. what’s your roadmap?
  • 31. change management‘every school building project will have aproject manager but is rarely used by schoolsin bringing about change or innovation intheir own sphere’Teacher Learning Network Vol 15 No 1 Autumn 2008
  • 32. Sylvia Guidarawww.digimuve.comtwitter.com/digimuvesguidara@me.com