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    • ICT in English Education Oliver Quinlan @oliverquinlan oliverquinlan.com Plymouth University
    • Introduction to English Education ICT & our National Curriculum ICT in schools Computing Digital Literacy & Online Safety ICT in English Education
    • (C) Google Maps
    • (C) Google Maps Population: 53 million Area: 130,000 km2 Density: 407 / km2 Wikipedia
    • (C) Google Maps Pupils: 8.2 million State: 93% Private: 7% ‘Free School Meals’: 18% ‘Minority Ethnic’: 24-29% ‘English 2nd language’: 13-19% http://bit.ly/schoolscensus
    • “The achievement gap between pupils of different socio-economic backgrounds is larger in the UK than in most developed countries in the world” Wigdortz (2012) (Source: PISA data)
    • Pre-School Under 4 Nursery EYFS 4-5 Primary Schools 5-6 KS 1 6-7 SATs KS 2 7-11 SATs Secondary Schools KS 3 11-14 KS 4 14-16 GCSEs (6th Form) KS 5 16-18 A Levels University / College F.E. / H.E. 18+ Various
    • National Curriculum
    • English Maths (Science)
    • ICT
    • ICT National Curriculum •Knowledge, Skills & Understanding •Finding things out •Developing ideas and making things happen •Exchanging and sharing information •Reviewing, modifying and evaluating work as it progresses DfE (2012) The School Curriculum: Primary Curriculum Subjects: ICT. Available at: http://www.education.gov.uk/schools/teachingandlearning/curriculum/primary/ b00199028/ict
    • CC BY ND jisc_infonet
    • Interactive Whiteboards CC BY NC SA David Sugden
    • Where are we now?“what we found was there was absolutely no evidence of impact on student achievement. Actually, what we found was there was evidence of no impact on student achievement.There were as many schools where putting in whiteboards had made things worse, as there were where they made things better.” Dylan WiliamWiliam, D (2007), Assessment, learning and technology: prospects at the periphery of control. Available at: http://www.scribd.com/doc/44566598/null( Accessed 24th September 2012)
    • Data
    • Pre-School Under 4 Nursery EYFS 4-5 Primary Schools 5-6 KS 1 6-7 SATs KS 2 7-11 SATs Secondary Schools KS 3 11-14 KS 4 14-16 GCSEs (6th Form) KS 5 16-18 A Levels University / College F.E. / H.E. 18+ Various
    • www.classroommonitor.co.uk
    • dashboard.ofsted.gov.uk
    • The Rose Review “Along with literacy, numeracy and personal development, ICT should therefore be at the core of the primary curriculum and be taught both discretely to capture its essential knowledge and skills and through its application across the whole curriculum.” DCSF (2009) Independent Review of the Primary Curriculum: Final Report. Available at: https://www.education.gov.uk/publications/eOrderingDownload/ Primary_curriculum-report.pdf (Accessed 21st September 2012)
    • Then...
    • Then... CC BY NC ND Conservatives
    • Then...
    • Meanwhile...
    • CC BY Anthony Evans
    • CC BY ND jisc_infonet
    • http://bit.ly/norfolkgapps
    • Video: NCSL, via http://neilhopkin.wordpress.com
    • Image: Heathfield CPS Blogs
    • 2009: 9% Level 5’s Average progress: 2 years in 1 year 2010: 60% Level 5s
    • Images: 4OQ’s Blog / ClustrMaps
    • http://www.hole-in-the-wall.com/ Image: The hole in the wall project
    • Visualizing Friendships, Paul Butler (2010)
    • BBC News (2011) Penzance school buys iPads for 900 Pupils. Available at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cornwall-15590024 (Accessed 25th Sept 2012) Wheeler, S. (2012) ‘iPad or iFad?’, Learning with ‘e’s 23rd May 2012.Available at: http://steve-wheeler.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/ipad-or-ifad.html (Accessed 25th Sept 2012)
    • http://www.naace.co.uk/publications/longfieldipadresearch
    • Bring your own device
    • CC BY SA Gisela Giardino theguardian (2011), Eric Schmidt’s McTaggart Lecture- Full text. Available at: http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/interactive/2011/aug/26/eric-schmidt- mactaggart-lecture-full-text (Accessed 25th September 2012)
    • CC BY SA Gisela Giardino theguardian (2011), Eric Schmidt’s McTaggart Lecture- Full text. Available at: http://www.guardian.co.uk/media/interactive/2011/aug/26/eric-schmidt- mactaggart-lecture-full-text (Accessed 25th September 2012) “You invented computers in both concept and practice [...] Yet today, none of the world's leading exponents in these fields are from the UK.”
    • Nesta ‘NextGen’ Report NESTA
    • “Shut down or restart?” The Royal Society
    • “We’re not going to tell you what to do.” CC BY NC ND Conservatives DfE (2012) Michael Gove speech at the BETT show 2012. Available at: http:// www.education.gov.uk/inthenews/speeches/a00201868/michael-gove-speech- at-the-bett-show-2012 (Accessed 26th September 2012)
    • Boring!?
    • Information Communication Technology CC BY SA Richard Masoner CodingComputing Computer Science Information Technology Technology Enhanced Learning Digital Literacy
    • bcs.org
    • ICT Digital Literacy Computing
    • computingatschool.org.uk
    • Computing
    • Programming
    • # From Scratch # Abstraction # Hacking
    • From Scratch
    • Code Academy
    • Abstraction
    • Scratch.mit.eduCC BY SA jeanbaptisteparis
    • Microsoft KODUCC BY NC JD Lasica
    • Hacking
    • WebMaker.org
    • CC BY SA Richard Masoner ‘Constructionism’
    • Self learning
    • Purposes
    • scratch.mit.edu
    • iDHSB.co.uk
    • Raspberry Pi
    • Online Safety
    • “For young people, the primary technology-related threat is not the ‘stranger danger’ hyped by the mass media but technology- mediated sexual pressure from their peers.“
    • “For example, rarely did children express to us any concern about inappropriate sexual approaches from strangers (and when they did, they seemed able quickly to brush off the approach as from a ‘weirdo’, ‘pervert’ or ‘paedo’). Rather, the problems posed by sexting come from their peers – indeed, from their ‘friends’ in their social networks, thus rendering much commonplace advice (about being careful who you contact, or keeping your profile private) beside the point. “ Ringrose, J., Gill, R., Livingstone, L., Harvey, L. (2012) A qualitative study of children, young people and ‘sexting’.
    • Whole school approaches
    • The Future A future for ICT? Computing Digital Literacy Assessment .......What’s next?
    • Kiitos! Oliver Quinlan @oliverquinlan oliverquinlan.com Plymouth University Slides: http://bit.ly/rovaniemioq