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    • 1. ICT in Education Edinburgh University PGDE Course 2007/2008 www.olliebray.com Ollie Bray Musselburgh Grammar School East Lothian Council
    • 2. www.olliebray.com
    • 3. Lesson objectives
      • qik intro 2 ICT n education
      • d r0l of web 2.0
      • mob fons n education
      • gmes n education
      • w@ dz d fucha hld?
    • 4. Lesson objectives
      • Quick introduction to ICT in education
      • The role of web 2.0
      • Mobile phones in education
      • Games in education
      • What does the future hold?
      http://www.lingo2word.com
    • 5.  
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    • 7. ICT can be used in a variety of ways
    • 8. Predictions from the Past “ This ‘telephone’ has too many shortcomings to be seriously considered as a means of communication. “ The device is inherently of no value to us.” Western Union Memo, 1876
    • 9. Who the hell wants to hear actors talk ?” Warner Bros. Founder, 1927 Predictions from the Past
    • 10. “ I think that there is a world market for maybe five computers.” Thomas Watson, Chairman of IBM, 1943 Predictions from the Past
    • 11.  
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    • 13.  
    • 14. New World Record
    • 15. The Digital Revolution How long to reach 50 Million subscribers? 4 Years: 14 17 38 Radio TV Cable Web
    • 16.  
    • 17. Its not about the Tech its about the Teach (Ewan Macintosh)
    • 18. Its time to think?
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    • 22.  
    • 23. Children are not the same as they used to be Access to unlimited knowledge Vs Emotional literacy and social immaturity
    • 24. The 21 st Century Student (H Birchwood)
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    • 28. I hate geography because its boring!
    • 29. Bray was off his head again today!
    • 30. … gone, gone but not forgotten. now we don't have PowerPoint lessons
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    • 33. Searching the Internet
    • 34. A good search engines
    • 35. The largest search database on the planet Google has around eight billion referenced web pages
    • 36. Important Teach your Students to… Use the "advanced search" function
    • 37. http:// www.quintura.com /
    • 38. http:// kids.quintura.com /
    • 39. http:// www.searchmash.com /
    • 40. The deep (or invisible) web is said to be 500 times larger than the visible web
    • 41. http:// clusty.com /
    • 42. www.news.google.com
    • 43. www.scholar.google.com
    • 44. Using images and pictures in the classroom
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    • 48. Where do I get photographs from?
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    • 60.  
    • 61. Understanding Copyright Attribution means: You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your copyrighted work - and derivative works based upon it - but only if they give you credit. Noncommercial means: You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your work - and derivative works based upon it - but for noncommercial purposes only. Share Alike means: You allow others to distribute derivative works only under a license identical to the license that governs your work.
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    • 66. www.flickrvision.com
    • 67. http:// bighugelabs.com/flickr/motivator.php
    • 68.  
    • 69. PowerPoint or PowerPointless!
    • 70. Involve the pupils in the design and aesthetics of slides
    • 71. Characteristics of a Tundra Climate Precipitation: Less than 250mm during a year. Temperature: Cold! Temperatures often drop to a least -25 ºC and don’t rise above 10 ºC. Other Facts: Tundra regions have a high temperature range and a little precipitation most months. Fact File: 280 260 240 220 200 180 160 140 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 J F M A M J J A S O N D Temperature in ºC Precipitation in mm Month 40 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 -5 -10 -15 -20 -25
    • 72. Births and Deaths per 1000 people per year HIGH LOW Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Stage 4 Birth Rate Death Rate Total Population Ethiopia Bangladesh India Kenya Chile Uruguay USA Japan eg:
    • 73. Hinduism is the oldest of the major world religions . Its sources go back at least 5,000 years.
    • 74. It started among people who settled in the valley of the Indus River . The Indus River rises in the Himalayas and runs westwards into the Indian Ocean across Northern India.
    • 75. The Ganges , a river of great significance to the Hindus, also rises in the Himalayas and runs Eastwards into the Indian Ocean .
    • 76. Time to catch up! Hinduism is the oldest of the major world religions. Its sources go back at least 5,000 years. It started among people who settled in the valley of the Indus River. The Indus River rises in the Himalayas and runs westwards into he Indian Ocean across Northern India. The Ganges, a river of great significance to the Hindus, also rises in the Himalayas and runs Eastwards into he Indian Ocean.
    • 77. Time to catch up! _________ is the oldest of the major world religions. Its sources go back at least ________ years. It started among _________who settled in the valley of the _______ River. The Indus _ _ _ _ _ rises in the Himalayas and runs westwards into he _ _ _ _ _ _ Ocean across Northern _ _ _ _ _. The _________, a river of great significance to the Hindus, also rises in the ___________ and runs Eastwards into he Indian Ocean.
    • 78. Download Video from YouTube and Google Video
    • 79. WEB 2.0 The Read / Write Web - (Will Richardson) Web site Web site Information Read Information Read Write
    • 80. Web 2.0 Tools Blogs : An on-line journal that can be kept personal or allow comments. Podcasts : An on-line radio program that anyone can download and that automatically gets delivered to your computer. Wiki’s: A web page that anyone can edit.
    • 81. Blogs – easy to edit websites http:// www.mgsonline.org.uk
    • 82. Student Learning Logs Get students to set up their own Learning Logs (blogs)
    • 83. Learning (B)logs What did I do? What did I learn? What will I do now?
    • 84. Audience
    • 85. World Wide Web
    • 86. World Wide Wall Display
    • 87. http:// edubuzz.org/blogs/mgscdt
    • 88. ? ? ?
    • 89. Use Wiki’s for collaborative work www.wikispaces.com
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    • 91. http://extreme- learning.wikispaces.com /
    • 92. Podcasting
    • 93. Tundra
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    • 95. If you can speak well under pressure you can write well under pressure £20
    • 96. Using mobile phones in the classroom
    • 97. Mobile phones in education Buy cheap SIM card for an old mobile phone and use it for voting / gathering feedback from students.
    • 98. Mobile phones in education Contact students by mobile phone through free web sites such as cardboard fish.
    • 99. Mobile phones in education Get pupils to enter key deadlines into their mobile phone calendar.
    • 100. Calendar with appointments highlighted Today button – gets you back any time Calendar appointments Calendar icon for easy access October 2006 17/10/06
      • Geography prelim examination
      • Revise at: www.scalloway.org.uk
    • 101. ALARM 08.30h Its time to get up and do your geography revision! You have a test on Monday!
    • 102. Mobile phones in education Use mobile phones as a fieldwork note book. Save data as a text for later analysis.
    • 103. Geog. Fieldwork Cars: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Lorries: xxxxx Cyclists: xx Buses: xx
    • 104. Mobile phones in education Use the phones voice recorder or video capture facility to record interviews or conduct questionnaires.
    • 105. The 21 st Century Teacher Information is valuable
    • 106. www.ltscotland.org
    • 107. www.edubuzz.org
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    • 109. ?Future?
    • 110. www.glowscotland.org.uk
    • 111. Internet Safety for School Staff www.olliebray.com
    • 112. What is the biggest Internet danger? That we concentrate on the dangers and forget the benefits.
    • 113. You can not delete anything from the Internet, your computer or mobile phone.
    • 114. Naomi Broady, the National Under-18 Tennis Champion David Rice, the second-best British Tennis Junior
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    • 116. We must start to understand that being on-line is just being in another ‘real’ place
    • 117. www.thinkuknow.co.uk
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    • 119. Questions? e: [email_address] b: www.olliebray.com
    • 120. Thanks
      • Carl Fish
      • Stuart Robertson
      • Ewan MacIntosh
      • Tony Cassidy

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