Maths & Science Conference Keynote 29/11/2013
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It is time for everyone in education to really do something to address the well-known and much used comments around “kids have changed”. Because they have changed, or should I say, some of the way ...

It is time for everyone in education to really do something to address the well-known and much used comments around “kids have changed”. Because they have changed, or should I say, some of the way they live their lives have changed. We are living in a connected age and access to information; to views on any given topic, are only a click away. In the digital age, more than ever before, we need to inspire young people, fire their imaginations, immerse, excite, challenge and motivate them. The technology at the teacher’s disposal in the digital age, when mixed with the analogue, holds such potential for inspiration. Learning to teach in this age is a journey all educators must embark on regardless of the stage they think they are currently at.
This keynote will provide an in-depth overview of techniques and tools, practices and environments that will inspire educators to make changes to the way they view teaching with technology and their classroom practice.

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  • 1. Nick Jackson @largerama Inspiration for the digital age
  • 2. Learning to teach is a lifelong process
  • 3. http://www.studentbeans.com/worldweirdweb/a/wins/22-geniously-defaced-textbooks-exam-papers4230.html Techniques and Tools
  • 4. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/7b/Ms._Pac-Man_%26_Donkey_Kong_-_arcade_cabinets.jpg
  • 5. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/1d/Passion_Fruit_Breakfast.jpg
  • 6. http://visual.ly/distributed-learning
  • 7. http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2463/3861644616_f5ab1c2971.jpg mqlicker.com/user socrative.com surveymonkey.com google.com/drive edmodo.com twitter.com tumblr.com instagram.com edublogs.org scoop.it delicious.com diigo.com evernote.com livebinders.com pinterest.com instapaper.com popcorn.webmaker.org prezi.com slideshare.net weebly.com wix.com
  • 8. http://www.attheprincipalsoffice.com/wpcontent/uploads/2013/01/notes.jpg Practices and Environment
  • 9. wikimedia.org
  • 10. 5. A collaborative working style with other teachers to plan, The 6 Most observe, and discuss Important one another’s work Characteristics of Excellent 6. A constant questioning Teachers of, reflecting on, and modifying of their own practice. Hopkins & Stern (1996)
  • 11. jennyluca.wikispaces.com
  • 12. Empowerment
  • 13. http://farm3.staticflickr.com/2813/9093733888_2fd4fc5bf0_o.png Your tour guide largerama.creativeblogs.net/2012/09/18/ intotwitter/
  • 14. Nick Jackson @largerama largerama.creativeblogs.net ozdls.com about.me/largerama