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  • 1. TEACHnology 1:1 2 0 0 7 Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007
  • 2. TEACHnology 1:1 2 Focus Teacher 0 Leaders Day 1 0 7 Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007
  • 3. Lord we pray for The Right to Education We pray for all those around the world who want to learn, But are denied their right to education. We pray too for those who teach, especially Those who work with few resources and little support. We give thanks for the knowledge, skills and understanding we have And we ask your help to remember how much we have still to learn. Teach us to respect wisdom, wherever we find it. As you walked with the disciples on the road to Emmaus Walk with us as we try to understand. ALL Open our hearts and minds to new learning Even when it challenges us to change. Give us the courage to tackle injustice and Guide us towards a new, shared future, Where everyone has the chance to learn, and all may grow in wisdom and understanding. Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007 © Linda Jones
  • 4. Housekeeping Emergency Parking Breaks Toilets Mobiles Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007
  • 5. Preparing the ground 2007
  • 6. Do you think they will be ready for us?
  • 7. TEACHnology Moving toward 1:1 2007
  • 8. for Primar TEACHnology Moving toward 1:1 2007
  • 9. for Primar for TEACHnology Leader Moving toward 1:1 2007
  • 10. for Primar for TEACHnology Leader Moving toward 1:1 2007 for Stage 4 Teacher
  • 11. for Primar for Technicians TEACHnology Leader Course Moving toward 1:1 2007 for Stage 4 Teacher
  • 12. for Primar for Technicians TEACHnology Leader Course Moving toward 1:1 2007 for for Stage 4 Focus Teacher Teacher Leaders
  • 13. for Primar for Technicians TEACHnology Leader Course Moving toward 1:1 2007 for for Stage 4 Focus Teacher Teacher Leaders
  • 14. for Primar for Technicians TEACHnology Leader Course Moving toward 1:1 2007 You are here!! for for Stage 4 Focus Teacher Teacher Leaders
  • 15. Activity
  • 16. Activity Describe the future that you are preparing your students for.
  • 17. To begin with the end in mind means to start with a clear understanding of your destination. It means to know where you are going so that you better understand where you are now so that the steps you take are in the right direction. Stephen R Covey in Understanding by Design: (Wiggins and McTighe 1998)
  • 18. The Backwards Design Process
  • 19. The Backwards Design Process Identifying desired results
  • 20. The Backwards Design Process Identifying desired results
  • 21. The Backwards Design Process Identifying desired results Determining acceptable evidence
  • 22. The Backwards Design Process Identifying desired results Determining acceptable evidence
  • 23. The Backwards Design Process Identifying desired results Determining acceptable evidence Planning professional learning
  • 24. Given where we are now where do we want to be at the end of 2007?
  • 25. What should be happening in my school and how should teachers be operating?
  • 26. What do we need to do as leaders to enable this to happen?
  • 27. Focus Teacher Leaders Course
  • 28. Designed for LTs,Curric Coords, Leading Teachers Focus Teacher Leaders Course
  • 29. Designed for LTs,Curric Coords, Exploring Leading Teachers school culture Focus Teacher Leaders Course
  • 30. Designed for LTs,Curric Coords, Exploring Leading Teachers school culture Exploring change processes Focus Teacher Leaders Course
  • 31. Designed for LTs,Curric Coords, Exploring Leading Teachers school culture Exploring change processes Focus Teacher Leaders Course Leading digital communities
  • 32. Designed for LTs,Curric Coords, Exploring Leading Teachers school culture Exploring change processes Focus Teacher Leaders Course Leading digital communities Empowering staff Walking with them
  • 33. Designed for LTs,Curric Coords, Exploring Leading Teachers school culture Exploring change processes Focus Teacher Leaders Course Leading digital communities Empowering staff Strategic planning Walking with them for moving toward 1:1
  • 34. Designed for LTs,Curric Coords, Exploring Leading Teachers school culture Exploring change processes Focus Teacher Leaders Course Leading digital communities Skills development Empowering staff OSX Strategic planning Walking with them Problem solving for moving toward 1:1
  • 35. Designed for LTs,Curric Coords, Exploring Leading Teachers school culture Exploring change processes Focus Teacher Leaders Course Leading digital Applications of communities technology Skills development Empowering staff OSX Strategic planning Walking with them Problem solving for moving toward 1:1
  • 36. Designed for LTs,Curric Coords, Exploring Leading Teachers school culture Exploring Includes change processes between session activities Focus Teacher Leaders Course Leading digital Applications of communities technology Skills development Empowering staff OSX Strategic planning Walking with them Problem solving for moving toward 1:1
  • 37. Designed for LTs,Curric Coords, Exploring Project component Leading Teachers school culture Exploring Includes change processes between session activities Focus Teacher Leaders Course Leading digital Applications of communities technology Skills development Empowering staff OSX Strategic planning Walking with them Problem solving for moving toward 1:1
  • 38. Designed for LTs,Curric Coords, Exploring Project component Leading Teachers school culture Exploring Includes change processes between session activities Focus Teacher Leaders Course Leading digital Applications of communities technology Skills development Empowering staff OSX Strategic planning Walking with them Problem solving for moving toward 1:1
  • 39. Learning and Teaching Technology initiatives have to focus on teaching and learning, not the technology, in order to be successful: "One of the enduring difficulties about technology and education is that a lot of people think about the technology first and the education later" Maine Center for Meaningful Engaged Learning
  • 40. Course Pre- Readings ‘Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants’ ‘The Emerging Online Life of the Digital Native: What they do differently because of technology, and how they do it’ By Marc Prensky Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007
  • 41. Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007
  • 42. Risk takers Assertive Globally Creative Connected Orientated Resourceful Curious Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007
  • 43. Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007
  • 44. The 1-to-1 Stories Project Why One to One is so Important to Education? Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007
  • 45. The Four E’s 4 Reasons for 1-to-1 (Digital) Emigrationn Engagementn Economyn Equity Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007
  • 46. http://1to1focusteachers.edublogs.org/ Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007
  • 47. Morning Tea Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007
  • 48. Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007
  • 49. Jigsaw Reading Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007
  • 50. Web 2.0
  • 51. Web 2.0 Read
  • 52. Web 2.0 Read Write
  • 53. Web 2.0 Read Write Web
  • 54. Beyond Constructivism • Social Constructivism Social constructivism is a variety of cognitive constructivism that emphasises the collaborative nature of learning.
  • 55. Web 1.0 = TECHNOLOGY skills
  • 56. Web 1.0 = TECHNOLOGY skills
  • 57. Web 1.0 = TECHNOLOGY skills
  • 58. Everybody creates, the learning is in the creating. Papert’s Constructionism, Siemens Connectivism, Illich’s Deschooling, Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed
  • 59. Why is “Publishing” important for education?
  • 60. Why is “Publishing” important for education? 1999) pson ( of the Sim , “One states ys of est wa ing one's b trench e is en wledg t to kno plain i to ex ers...” oth
  • 61. Why is “Publishing” important for education? 2002) ith ings ( an w h Hutc Shulm blicly s t credi tion of pu rk for o o the n g one’s w hat n t shari l review as an ritica accepted f the c o e ecam l element b a ntegr ship of ning. i r r a schol ng and lea i teach 1999) pson ( of the Sim , “One states ys of est wa ing one's b trench e is en wledg t to kno plain i to ex ers...” oth
  • 62. Everybody and Anybody can
  • 63. create Everybody and Anybody can
  • 64. publish create Everybody and Anybody can
  • 65. publish create share Everybody and Anybody can
  • 66. publish create share Everybody and Anybody can influence
  • 67. publish create share Everybody and Anybody can collaborate influence
  • 68. publish create share Everybody and Anybody can connect collaborate influence
  • 69. Two Way Web = Read - Write Web Students as Equals Everything Shared Everything Published
  • 70. Blogs
  • 71. Blogs
  • 72. http://static.flickr.com/ 34/123420044_107eab54fd_b.jp RSS
  • 73. PodCasting
  • 74. Starting Web 2.0
  • 75. So what does it mean in your school?
  • 76. So what does it mean in your school? Its really only limited by your imagination.
  • 77. Action Research Project ACTION RESEARCH
  • 78. Action Research Project Identifying Problems or Issues ACTION RESEARCH
  • 79. Action Research Project Identifying Problems or Issues ACTION Developing & Implementing RESEARCH Action Research
  • 80. Action Research Project Identifying Problems or Issues ACTION Developing & Implementing RESEARCH Action Research Collecting & Analysing Data
  • 81. Action Research Project Identifying Problems or Issues Using & ACTION Developing & Implementing Sharing the RESEARCH Action Results Research Collecting & Analysing Data
  • 82. Blogs and Blogging
  • 83. Blogs
  • 84. Blogs
  • 85. Blogs
  • 86. Blogs
  • 87. 57
  • 88. Blogs
  • 89. Blogs
  • 90. Blogs
  • 91. Blogs
  • 92. Blogs
  • 93. Blogs are powerful communication tools. Blogs are powerful publishing tools.
  • 94. Blogs are powerful communication tools. Blogs are powerful publishing tools. But blogging (the verb) is still much more than that to me. Blogging, as in reading and thinking and reflecting and then writing, is connecting and learning. Will Richardson - On My Mind 14 Dec 2006 03:57 pm
  • 95. Why Should Students Blog? • A way to improve their own writing • A just in time learning arena • A place to share • A place for feedback • A motivator • An easy and quick way to web publish.
  • 96. Why Should Students Blog? • A way to connect with others and make connections to learning • A way to give students ownership of a personal space. a web site that encourages active engagement by the students and teacher • A place to collaborate • A personal way to include parents in the process
  • 97. LearnerBlogs Setting up a Blog
  • 98. Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007
  • 99. http://1to1focusteachers.edublogs.org/ Catholic Education Office, Wollongong – Learning Services – SM - 2007