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Penetrating the Impenetrable Continent of Classroom:

Penetrating the Impenetrable Continent of Classroom:

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  • Classrooms from a hundred years ago were certainly like that airplane experience…
  • In the new world of work, unemployment is high, yet skilled and talented people are in short supply.Don’t get me wrong here 21st century skills aren’t just about employability and technology but are about creativity, socialisation and the ability to participate and contribute positively to contemporary society.
  • But as we all know, the workplace has evolved. Employers are looking for employees with “21st Century Skills” – collaboration, communication, creativity, critical thinking. And as the workplace and the economic landscape has evolved, we have to think hard if the classrooms have changed accordingly…
  • The reality though, is that today’s classroom has not changed all that much. Sure, we might be using computers today, and smartboards have replaced whiteboards which replaced chalkboards… but we are still all too often very close to that airplane experience…teachers lecturing students from front of the classroom, delivering content, and then testing what they delivered
  • Chopping board http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XcIwXVKQjsQ&list=FLgT0G1q712udqGc0xAixdnwIPAD Magichttp://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation_id=annotation_337580&feature=iv&src_vid=53_qvMQfvOE&v=i-GZqni4IfAWhy I like to show these clips….well they’re fun for a start. Provision of innovative devices alone does not guarantee innovative practices. A chopping board or tools for creative expression…depends largely on the machine driving the machine!
  • When people say this stuff is hard, I remember the challengesInnovations requires persistence.Of upside down slides.Cassette tapes with a pencil.Electric typewriter refillsSuper 8 switcherooGetting high accidently on the gestetner inkWaiting months for your camera film to be processed to discover they were all rubbishInvisible phone?Lets take a deteor
  • But we need to think about the role of the teacher and teaching practices in the new world. When educators offer learning activities to students that ask for students to develop 21st Century skills, students can and do demonstrate those skills. However, many educators do not have a clear understanding of how to develop these types of learning activities.
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  • I think these elements drive learning design.
  • So we know the pieces that make up innovative teaching (refer to your notes from earlier on)According to the ITL research, innovative teaching practice can be defined as follows:Student-centred pedagogies that promote personalized and powerful learning for studentsExtending learning beyond the classroom in ways most relevant to knowledge building and problem-solving in today’s worldICT integration into pedagogy in ways that support learning goals. It is important to note that ICT use is not a goal in itself, but a tool to broaden and deepen learning opportunities.So 21st century skills arent just about technology and employment/ economics but are equally about creativity, socialisation and the ability to participate and contribute positively to contemporary society
  • http://www.globaleducation.edu.au/teaching-and-learning/teaching-strategies.html
  • The grand reveal
  • Innovative teaching practices are more likely to be seen in schools when teachers engage in pd that involve the active and direct engagement of teachers such as conducting research or directly practicing new methods.You cant build better learning for people only with them…not training- learning, not delivered- developed- project managers for their own learning. PLAY, PROJECT MANAGEMENT and PROBLEM FINDING?
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  • When people say this stuff is hard, I remember the challengesInnovations requires persistence.Of upside down slides.Cassette tapes with a pencil.Electric typewriter refillsSuper 8 switcherooGetting high accidently on the gestetner inkWaiting months for your camera film to be processed to discover they were all rubbishInvisible phone?Lets take a deteor
  • Let’s take just one element and explore it.

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  • mark.sparvell@pai.edu.au Associate Director: Professional Learning and Innovati Principals Australia Institute 2013 Penetrating the Impenetrable ‘Continent’ of Classroom
  • looking back
  • yesterday‘s workplace
  • workplace has evolved
  • What are the VIDEO STIMULUS
  • ‘Exponential rates of change’
  • Chindia syndrome
  • Generation wi-fi
  • We with and through technologylearnlivework
  • • The Australian Curriculum includes seven general capabilities. • Literacy • Numeracy • Information and communication technology capability • Critical and creative thinking • Personal and social capability • Ethical understanding • Intercultural understanding. The ITL Skills for Life intentionally avoids Literacy and Numeracy • ICT use • Problem Solving and Innovation • Self-regulation and assessment • Skilled Communication • Collaboration • Knowledge Building • Global Awareness
  • It says a lot! Digital Technologies is the area where explicit teaching of the knowledge and understanding, processes and production occurs.