Digital Pathways in a Digital World

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This is my presentation at the Loreto Normanhurst Connected Learning Conference 2013

This is my presentation at the Loreto Normanhurst Connected Learning Conference 2013

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  • 1. Presentation Summary• Digital Pathways the model• Research and experience• Digital Pathways Organisation• Embrace the digital world – social media examples• A sharing philosophy• DFRAC• Learning Technologies @LoretoLetter to the Editor The Australian, November1994 NTh
  • 2. Digital Pathways Martin Pluss twitter.com/plu
  • 3. Research Based
  • 4. Personal experienceLife and WorkWork and Life
  • 5. Digital Pathways Organisation The Content Year 7 Digital Footprint Year 8 Digital Reputation Year 9 Digital Citizenship Year 10 Digital ManagementYears11-12 – bringing it all together for beyond the school gate
  • 6. Be grounded in what matters
  • 7. Digital Pathways - StudentsThe Process - students• Pastoral Care Groups• Academic Subjects • LNSGM • Subject areas• Other school sectors • LRC • Careers• Special Events • Workshops and Presentations • Digital Awareness weeks
  • 8. Digital Pathways -staff• The Process - Staff• Organisational – eg Outlook • Faculty Meetings • ICT Integrators • PD Days – weekends • Wednesday afternoon workshops• Digital Skills audit• Laptops, iPads and BYO….
  • 9. Policy Compliance• Staff acceptable use of ICT• Safe and Responsible ICT use policy• Student Anti Bullying and Harassment Policy• Copyright policy• Behaviour Management in the Boarding School• Overseas Tours Policy
  • 10. Digital Pathways -Parents• The process – parents• Year Parent Meetings• School Social Media Platform • Social Media Workshop • Pal and Ex Students – Facebook and Twitter
  • 11. Embrace the digital world.
  • 12. The example of Social Media
  • 13. Learning how studentswant to learn – just gowith it
  • 14. The sharing philosophy
  • 15. Digital Pathways MindsetFixed Mindset Growth Mindset• Challenges • Challenges – Avoid them – Embrace• Obstacles • Obstacles – Give up – Persist• Effort • Effort – Not worth it – Pathway to mastery• Criticism • Criticism – Ignore it – Learn from criticism• Success of others • Success of others – Feel threatened – Find lessons and inspiration http://michaelgr.com/2007/04/15/fixed-mindset-vs-growth-mindset-which-one-are-you/
  • 16. DFRAC
  • 17. Digital Footprint• Data points that make up our footprint • Text • Photos • Videos• Stays with us and follows us• Digital Footprint Workshops and Worksheets
  • 18. Digital Reputation• Who is looking for you?• Prospective Employers• Universities• Coaches• Friends• Family• Yourself
  • 19. 20 years ago
  • 20. It is the world we live in.
  • 21. It’s the knowledge we curate
  • 22. It’s the people we connect with
  • 23. It’s the thoughts we have
  • 24. It’s the writing we do
  • 25. Digital CitizenshipStages of Digital Citizenship Everyday citizenship
  • 26. • Trust your experience or find someone with experience.• When online be around positive people and whose company you enjoy.• Dont take things personally.
  • 27. Learning Technologies@Loreto Normanhurst
  • 28. Needs Based 1:1 Learning Technologies Support FutureProject SkillsBased Based
  • 29. Support for 1:1 Management of digital Implementation learning and content Minimum skills and expectations Versatility with schoolProfessional Development software and hardware
  • 30. TPACKhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technological_Pedagogical_Content_Knowledge
  • 31. Technological KnowledgePedagogical ContentKnowledge Knowledge
  • 32. Technological KnowledgePedagogical ContentKnowledge Knowledge
  • 33. SAMR
  • 34. SAMR Audio record a lesson on urban living for absent students
  • 35. SAMR Student presentations on urban living in their local area: recorded and shared Audio record a lesson on urban living for absent students
  • 36. SAMR Interviews with planners concerning urban living in the Hornsby area Student presentations on urban living in their local area: recorded and shared Audio record a lesson on urban living for absent students
  • 37. SAMR Loreto Podcast Channel on urban living in the Normanhurst Interviews with planners concerning urban living in the Hornsby area Student presentations on urban living in their local area: recorded and shared Audio record a lesson on urban living for absent students
  • 38. http://edorigami.edublogs.org/2011/10/23/there-is-no-substitute-for-the-real-thing/
  • 39. Podcast and Streaming Video
  • 40. Podcast and Streaming VideoE-Books, iPad, audio books
  • 41. Podcast and Streaming VideoE-Books, iPad, audio books YouTube, Teacher Tube, Vimeo
  • 42. Podcast and Streaming VideoE-Books, iPad, audio books YouTube, Teacher Tube, Vimeo SmartBoard, Data Projector
  • 43. Podcast and Streaming VideoE-Books, iPad, audio books YouTube, Teacher Tube, Vimeo SmartBoard, Data Projector Forums, Twitter, blog comments
  • 44. Podcast and Streaming Video E-Books, iPad, audio books YouTube, Teacher Tube, Vimeo SmartBoard, Data Projector Forums, Twitter, blog comments Wikis, Diigo, making videos podcastshttp://edorigami.edublogs.org/2011/10/23/there-is-no-substitute-for-the-real-thing
  • 45. Podcast and Streaming Video E-Books, iPad, audio books YouTube, Teacher Tube, Vimeo SmartBoard, Data Projector Forums, Twitter, blog comments Wikis, Diigo, making videos podcasts TedX, TeachMeet, Social Mediahttp://edorigami.edublogs.org/2011/10/23/there-is-no-substitute-for-the-real-thing
  • 46. Other Resources
  • 47. Sometimes you justneed to get back tobasics