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SSAT Why Wait for BSF? Digital Leaders

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A brief overview of the Digital Leaders programme @ Hamble Community Sports College supported by Vital.

A brief overview of the Digital Leaders programme @ Hamble Community Sports College supported by Vital.

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  • 1. @ Hamble Community Sports College
    Kristianstill.co.uk
  • 2. Digital Leaders
    Vision to Action:
    Adding Student
    Leadership to Your Technology Plan
    Digital Leaders inspiration comes from the GenYESSylvia Martinez, President
  • 3. Gen Yes
    Practitioner foundations
    11 years experience
    50,000 teachers surveyed
    Only 10% of (USA) schools met industry standards for IT support
    GenYES.com
  • 4. Digital Leaders
    IMPACT
    ‘Its about the ripples, not the splash’
    Improve ICT attainment
    Building positive relationships and improve student behaviour in ICT (re-gaining the attention of low achieving boys)
    Disperse ICTAC, specifically showcasing, trialling and advertising new software through student use for cross curricular teaching
    ICT CPD – turning the tables on student – teacher relationships
    Students supporting ICT crisis management
    Opportunities to recognise ICT for Gifted and Talented students
  • 5. Digital Leaders
    ‘Students make up about 92% of people in attendance in any school. Most technology plans focus on the role of the other 8% (teachers, administrators, adult technical support staff). This is especially unbalanced given the fact that today’s students are increasingly savvy about the role technology plays in modern life.’
  • 6. In the sand
  • 7. Digital Leaders UK 2010
    Connecting teachers through their passion for teaching with technology
    Connecting students through a passion for technology
    Connecting teachers with students through sharing technology
    Sharing open content through Vital.ac.uk
  • 8. Linus: "Maybe we should think only about today." Charlie Brown: "No, that's giving up. I'm still hoping yesterday will get better."
  • 9. Vital.ac.uk
    Kristianstill.co.uk