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  • 1. Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta 2007 Learnscope Project
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    • NSW LearnScope
    • Capability building
    • Innovation
    • Workbased learning
    • Collaboration
    • Client engagement
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  • 5.
    • Our project
    • Teachers nominated to participate
    • An open approach
    • Supporting the teachers
    • What has been tried?
    • Team blogs
  • 6.
    • 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 publish on the web
  • 7.
    • 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 - that encourages active engagement by the students and teacher
    • A place to collaborate
    • A personal way to include parents in the learning journey
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    • Impacts and outcomes
    • Impacts:
    • the work of the team (focused on student and teacher learning); and the conversations around our approach have become a part of a wider dialogue in the Diocese and beyond
    • supporting other web 2.0 learning initiatives , both current (Focus on Learning) and planned (Second Life)
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    • Impacts and outcomes
    • Outcomes:
    • students and teachers learning 21st century skills
    • increased student engagement in learning
    • teachers introducing web 2.0 tech. to colleagues
    • conversations occurring across schools
    • new ongoing initiatives being created and supported (eg projects in Second Life) because of networks and learning in team
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  • 19. Communication
  • 20. Communication
  • 21. Communication