BSSC PART 1 Professional Learning Morning


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Part 1 of the Bendigo Senior Secondary College professional learning morning 02.02.2011 – Focus on 21st century skills.

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BSSC PART 1 Professional Learning Morning

  1. 1. part 1 | 21st century skills professional learning morningBendigo Senior Secondary College 02.02.2011
  2. 2. part 1 | 21st century skills
  3. 3. 20th century learning modelPartnership for 21st Century Skills
  4. 4. 21st century skills framework Core Subjects 21st Century Themes Economics Global Awareness English Financial, Economic, Business & Entrepreneurship Literacy Government Civic Literacy Arts Health Literacy Geography Reading or Language Mathematics Science World Languages CivicsPartnership for 21st Century Skills
  5. 5. 21st century skills frameworkLife and Career Skills Learning & Innovation Skills Information, Media &Flexibility + Adaptability Critical Thinking + Problem Solving Technology SkillsInitiative + Self Direction Creativity + Innovation Information LiteracySocial + Cross Cultural Skills Communication + Collaboration Media LiteracyProductivity + Responsibility ICT Literacy
  6. 6. role of web 2 technologies
  7. 7. our values and norms in education arebeing challenged by a shifting landscapeof media and communications
  8. 8. digital landscapeVideo Link:
  9. 9. virtual spacesMUVEs: multi-user virtual environmentsnarrative environments : game style worldsvirtual worldssocial & professional networkssharing & collaborative spacesaggregation & storageproducts & services [e-commerce]information sourcesin these spaces, people:// run businesses & engage in e-commerce// live, love & learn// create & construct// play, trade & socialise// make their voices heard
  10. 10. the digital landscape matters in education what’s important: the properties and dynamics of the internet landscape – not the tools – and how to evolve with themsource:
  11. 11. the digital landscape matters in education what’s important: the properties and dynamics of the internet landscape – not the tools – and how to evolve with themsource:
  12. 12. digital landscape | key properties media social mobile real time convergence
  13. 13. digital life
  14. 14. Web as Participatory Platform | The Network
  15. 15. ‘us-ness’ | community | participation | the death of ‘they’
  16. 16. what would education look like if it resembled the culture?
  17. 17. forms of participatory cultureaffiliations: memberships, formal and informal in onlinecommunities around various forms of mediaexpressions: producing new creative formscollaborative problem solving: working together inteams, formal and informal, to complete tasks and developnew knowledgecirculations: shaping the flow of media, such aspodcasting, blogginghttp://projectnml.ning.com
  18. 18. participatory culturesocial skillsdeveloped throughcollaboration andnetworkingnegotiation transmedia navigation multitasking simulation collective intelligence play performance distributed cognition appropriation judgement networking
  19. 19. participatory culture | implications for learningsocial & recreational new media forms are sites for learning participating in the digital age means more than being able to access online informationrecognising distinctions in youth culture & literacy whereas friendship-driven online activities centre on peer culture, youth welcome adult participation in more ‘geeky’ forms of learningcapitalising on peer-based learning youth using new media often learn from their peers – notions of expertise and authority have been turned on their heads
  20. 20. digital age teachersInternational Society for Technology in Education [ISTE]Digital Age Teachers: Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity Design Digital Age Learning Experiences and Assessments Model Digital Age Work and Learning Promote Digital Citizenship and Responsibility Engage in Professional Growth and Leadership
  21. 21. responding to opportunitiespreserving existing programs and practices by usingtechnology in a way that “fits” into what is already in placetaking a progressive approach by allowing technology totransform the organisation rather than moving it fasterand further on its existing path