One to One Starts with One (ITSC '08)

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Presentation on one-to-one learning by Paul Fuller. First presented at the Innovative Technology in Schools Conference (ITSC) held in Sydney, December 2008.

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One to One Starts with One (ITSC '08)

  1. 1. One-to-one Begins with One Paul Fuller, Orange Grove Primary School
  2. 2. One-to-one Begins with One Paul Fuller, Orange Grove Primary School
  3. 3. Overview
  4. 4. Overview Who?
  5. 5. Overview Who? Why?
  6. 6. Overview Who? Why? What?
  7. 7. Overview Who? Why? What? How?
  8. 8. Overview Who? Why? What? How? When?
  9. 9. Overview Who? Why? What? How? When?
  10. 10. Rules
  11. 11. Rules No mobile phones
  12. 12. Rules No mobile phones No checking email
  13. 13. Rules No mobile phones No checking email No interrupting
  14. 14. Rules No mobile phones No checking email No interrupting No typing while I talk
  15. 15. Rules No mobile phones No checking email No interrupting No typing while I talk No texting, twittering or facebooking
  16. 16. Rules mobile phones checking email interrupting typing while I talk texting, twittering or facebooking
  17. 17. digitalgeneration.wikispaces.com
  18. 18. Who?
  19. 19. Who....
  20. 20. Who.... • am I?
  21. 21. Who.... • am I? • is here today?
  22. 22. Who.... • am I? • is here today? • are your stakeholders?
  23. 23. Who.... • am I? • is here today? • are your stakeholders? • will make one-to-one a reality in your school?
  24. 24. About Me
  25. 25. About Me • Classroom teacher
  26. 26. About Me • Classroom teacher • Year 4 / 5 class
  27. 27. About Me • Classroom teacher • Year 4 / 5 class • Fairly new to teaching
  28. 28. About Me • Classroom teacher • Year 4 / 5 class • Fairly new to teaching • Small, semi-rural public school
  29. 29. Orange Grove Primary
  30. 30. Orange Grove Primary
  31. 31. Orange Grove Primary
  32. 32. Challenges • Many students at risk • Lack of student engagement • Behaviour difficulties
  33. 33. Challenges Strengths • Many students at risk • Tradition • Lack of student • Strong community engagement • Enthusiastic staff • Behaviour difficulties
  34. 34. About You
  35. 35. About You Background
  36. 36. About You Background Talents
  37. 37. About You Background Talents Nature of your school
  38. 38. About You Background Talents Nature of your school Email address?
  39. 39. About You Background Talents Nature of your school Email address? 2 - 3 minutes
  40. 40. Who
  41. 41. Who are your stakeholders?
  42. 42. Who are your stakeholders?
  43. 43. Administrators
  44. 44. Teachers Administrators
  45. 45. Teachers Parents and Administrators Carers
  46. 46. Teachers “Driving Force” Parents and Administrators Carers
  47. 47. “No way Jose!”
  48. 48. “No way Jose!” “Yes, and...”
  49. 49. “No way Jose!” “Yes, but...” “Yes, and...”
  50. 50. Activity Identify: • Who will be your driving force? • Who will be your ‘no way Jose’? • What will be your stepping stones to success?
  51. 51. Case Study: Orange Grove Primary Timeline
  52. 52. Case Study: Orange Grove Primary Timeline 1:1 Parent Funded Feb 06 First Podcast Sept 07 Initiative launch Podkids go Top 5 Laptops collected by Jun 06 Feb 08 on iTunes Students Albert the Feb 07 Years 4-7 go 1:1 Feb 08 blogging Bear Where to next? Paul Fuller wins Jun 07 2007 Teacherʼs Innovative Online www.ogps.wa.edu.au ..... Learning Award Primary category www.podkids.com.au www.albertthebear.com
  53. 53. Activity Identify: • Who will be your driving force? • Who will be your ‘no way Jose’? • What will be your stepping stones to success?
  54. 54. Why?
  55. 55. Who? What? Why? > How? When? Where?
  56. 56. Never Before The Opportunity of a Lifetime
  57. 57. 600 BC
  58. 58. 1600s
  59. 59. 1930s
  60. 60. 1960s
  61. 61. 2000
  62. 62. 2008
  63. 63. 2008
  64. 64. 2008
  65. 65. 2008
  66. 66. 2008
  67. 67. Tectonic Shifts
  68. 68. Tectonic Shifts Input The entire sum of human knowledge available to every human being on the planet.
  69. 69. Tectonic Shifts Input The entire sum of human knowledge available to every human being on the planet.
  70. 70. Tectonic Shifts Input The entire sum of human knowledge available to every human being on the planet.
  71. 71. Tectonic Shifts Output Input The entire sum of • A generation of authors. human knowledge available to every human being on the planet.
  72. 72. Internet Traffic in Australia 2001 Downloads Uploads Source: Michael Malone, CEO iiNet, quoted in the Australian, 17 July 2007
  73. 73. Internet Traffic in Australia 2001 2007 Downloads Uploads Source: Michael Malone, CEO iiNet, quoted in the Australian, 17 July 2007
  74. 74. Internet Traffic in Australia 100 million 65,000 new videos every + members day 100 million clips viewed daily
  75. 75. Tectonic Shifts Output Input The entire sum of • A generation of authors. human knowledge available to every human being on the planet.
  76. 76. Tectonic Shifts Output Input The entire sum of • A generation of authors. human knowledge available to every • A stage for every human being on the performer. planet.
  77. 77. www.podkids.com.au
  78. 78. Tectonic Shifts Output Input The entire sum of • A generation of authors. human knowledge available to every • A stage for every human being on the performer. planet.
  79. 79. Power of Computers Cost of Computers
  80. 80. Power of Computers Cost of Computers
  81. 81. We are living in the greatest ‘teachable moment’ in human history.
  82. 82. We are living in the greatest ‘teachable moment’ in human history. Are we taking advantage of it?
  83. 83. Trends
  84. 84. Trends • If a job can be sent overseas, it will.
  85. 85. Trends • If a job can be sent overseas, it will. • If a task can be done by computer, it will.
  86. 86. Trends • If a job can be sent overseas, it will. • If a task can be done by computer, it will. • More jobs than you could ever imagine will fall into these categories.
  87. 87. Engineering Firm 1980
  88. 88. Engineering Firm 1980
  89. 89. Engineering Firm 1980
  90. 90. Engineering Firm 1980
  91. 91. Engineering Firm 1980
  92. 92. Engineering Firm 2015
  93. 93. Engineering Firm 2015
  94. 94. Flat world
  95. 95. 21st Century Workplace
  96. 96. 21st Century Workplace Collaborative
  97. 97. 21st Century Workplace Collaborative Global
  98. 98. 21st Century Workplace Collaborative Global Innovative
  99. 99. 21st Century Workplace Collaborative Global Innovative Cross-disciplinary
  100. 100. 21st Century Workplace Collaborative Global Innovative Cross-disciplinary Tech-savvy
  101. 101. 21st Century School? Collaborative Global Innovative Cross-disciplinary Tech-savvy
  102. 102. Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants
  103. 103. Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants • The current generation learns differently to us
  104. 104. Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants • The current generation learns differently to us • The gap between ‘us and them’ is big and getting bigger
  105. 105. Digital Natives, Digital Immigrants • The current generation learns differently to us • The gap between ‘us and them’ is big and getting bigger • More and more students view school as irrelevant
  106. 106. The Possibilities What Might a 21st Century Classroom Look Like?
  107. 107. Authentic work
  108. 108. Authentic work for Authentic audiences
  109. 109. Production Process
  110. 110. Production Process Planning
  111. 111. Production Process Planning Production
  112. 112. Production Process Planning Production Review
  113. 113. Production Process Planning collaborating with Real Experts Production Review
  114. 114. Production Process Planning collaborating with Real Experts Production of content to achieve Real Purpose Review
  115. 115. Production Process Planning collaborating with Real Experts Production of content to achieve Real Purpose Review feedback from Real Audience
  116. 116. Web 2.0 Tools
  117. 117. Web 2.0 Tools
  118. 118. Web 2.0 Tools On-line journal Blogs with feedback Collaborative website, Wiki any-one can edit Audio / video Podcast published to audience’s MP3 players
  119. 119. Web 2.0 Tools On-line journal Blogs with feedback Collaborative website, Wiki any-one can edit Audio / video Podcast published to audience’s MP3 players
  120. 120. Web 2.0 Tools On-line journal Blogs with feedback Collaborative website, Wiki any-one can edit Audio / video Podcast published to audience’s MP3 players
  121. 121. Why publish online?
  122. 122. Why publish online? • Engagement and motivation
  123. 123. Why publish online? • Engagement and motivation • Global citizenship
  124. 124. Why publish online? • Engagement and motivation • Global citizenship • Reflecting on learning
  125. 125. Why publish online? • Engagement and motivation • Global citizenship • Reflecting on learning • Critical awareness
  126. 126. Why publish online? • Engagement and motivation • Global citizenship • Reflecting on learning • Critical awareness • Window on the classroom
  127. 127. school2-0.org
  128. 128. Activity Create a Y chart What is your vision of a 21st century learning environment?
  129. 129. Maths
  130. 130. Maths
  131. 131. Art
  132. 132. What is so important the whole world needs to hear it?
  133. 133. What?
  134. 134. The OGPS Package
  135. 135. The OGPS Package • 13” Apple MacBook
  136. 136. The OGPS Package • 13” Apple MacBook • Superdrive
  137. 137. The OGPS Package • 13” Apple MacBook • Superdrive • Backpack-style bag
  138. 138. The OGPS Package • 13” Apple MacBook • Superdrive • Backpack-style bag • Full on-site warranty
  139. 139. The OGPS Package • 13” Apple MacBook • Superdrive • Backpack-style bag • Full on-site warranty • 24 hour technical support
  140. 140. The OGPS Package • 13” Apple MacBook • Superdrive • Backpack-style bag • Full on-site warranty • 24 hour technical support • Comprehensive insurance
  141. 141. Opportunities
  142. 142. Opportunities • Video Camera / Film Studio
  143. 143. Opportunities • Video Camera / Film Studio • Microphone / Recording Studio
  144. 144. Opportunities • Video Camera / Film Studio • Microphone / Recording Studio • Wireless Internet (at school)
  145. 145. Opportunities • Video Camera / Film Studio • Microphone / Recording Studio • Wireless Internet (at school) • Digital work samples
  146. 146. Why leasing? • Spreads the cost • Replaced every two years • Always under warranty • Option to buy at the end of lease
  147. 147. Why Apple?
  148. 148. Why Apple? • Outstanding tools for learning • Established relationship • Dual-platform (Can run Windows too) • Virus resistant
  149. 149. Software • iLife • iWork • Open source software (see the Free Mac Classroom by Simon Elliott)
  150. 150. Discussion about software and hardware
  151. 151. How?
  152. 152. Finance
  153. 153. Three Models
  154. 154. Three Models • School-funded
  155. 155. Three Models • School-funded • Parent funded with a master lease
  156. 156. Three Models • School-funded • Parent funded with a master lease • Directly parent-funded
  157. 157. School-funded
  158. 158. School
  159. 159. School Retailer
  160. 160. School Retailer Family / Child
  161. 161. School Retailer Family / Child
  162. 162. School Retailer Family / Child
  163. 163. School Retailer Family / Child
  164. 164. School Retailer Family / Child
  165. 165. School Retailer Family / Child
  166. 166. School Retailer Family / Child
  167. 167. Master lease arrangement
  168. 168. Finance Company School Family / Child
  169. 169. Finance Company Master lease School Family / Child
  170. 170. Finance Company Master lease School Family / Child
  171. 171. Finance Company Master lease School Family / Child
  172. 172. Finance Company Master lease School Family / Child
  173. 173. Finance Company Master lease School Sub Lease Family / Child
  174. 174. Finance Company Master lease School Sub Lease Family / Child
  175. 175. Finance Company Master lease School Sub Lease Family / Child
  176. 176. Directly parent-funded model
  177. 177. Finance Company School Family / Child
  178. 178. Finance Company Family / Child
  179. 179. Finance Company Family / Child
  180. 180. Finance Company Family / Child
  181. 181. Finance Company Family / Child
  182. 182. Finance Company Family / Child
  183. 183. Who pays?
  184. 184. Who pays? School Parents School-funded X Master lease X Directly X parent-funded
  185. 185. Who carries the risk?
  186. 186. Who carries the risk? School Parents School-funded n/a Master lease X Directly X parent-funded
  187. 187. Who owns the software?
  188. 188. Who owns the software? School Parents School-funded X Master lease X Directly X parent-funded
  189. 189. Overall cost
  190. 190. Overall cost Cost School-funded Lowest Master lease Medium Directly Highest parent-funded
  191. 191. Education Tax Refund
  192. 192. Education Tax Refund • For families receiving Family Tax Benefit A
  193. 193. Education Tax Refund • For families receiving Family Tax Benefit A • 50% rebate
  194. 194. Education Tax Refund • For families receiving Family Tax Benefit A • 50% rebate • Up to $375 a year refund per child for primary school students
  195. 195. Education Tax Refund • For families receiving Family Tax Benefit A • 50% rebate • Up to $375 a year refund per child for primary school students • Up to $750 a year for secondary school students.
  196. 196. Education Tax Refund • For families receiving Family Tax Benefit A • 50% rebate • Up to $375 a year refund per child for primary school students • Up to $750 a year for secondary school students. • Claim at end of financial year
  197. 197. Tax Rebates
  198. 198. Tax Rebates $375 per year over 52 weeks
  199. 199. Tax Rebates $375 per year over 52 weeks = Equivalent saving of $7.20 per week
  200. 200. Discussion
  201. 201. Building a Coalition
  202. 202. Teachers Parents and Administrators Carers
  203. 203. Teachers
  204. 204. Teachers
  205. 205. Teachers • Support • Time • Trust • The Big Picture • Little Steps
  206. 206. Teachers Parents and Administrators Carers
  207. 207. Administrators
  208. 208. Administrators • Big picture • Staff buy-in • Policy framework • Risk management
  209. 209. Teachers Parents and Administrators Carers
  210. 210. Parents and Carers
  211. 211. Parents and Carers • Big Picture • Trust • Runs on the board • Detail • Want to be persuaded!
  212. 212. Communicate!
  213. 213. Communicate! •Posters • Letters • Information Sessions (many!) • Informal discussions • Wiki • Working Party
  214. 214. “Eventually every school will be like this. Do you want your kids to be at the front of the train, or left behind at the station?”
  215. 215. “Our parents saved their money to buy us that set of encyclopaedias.This is the 21st century equivalent.”
  216. 216. “The price of a cup of coffee a day.”
  217. 217. Discussion
  218. 218. When?
  219. 219. Things to consider • Steps to success • Pilot projects • One year at a time • Discovery process
  220. 220. Summary
  221. 221. In the 19th century, children had access to the same tools as the greatest thinkers of their time.
  222. 222. In the 19th century, children had access to the same tools as the greatest thinkers of their time. The children of the 21st century deserve nothing less.
  223. 223. Thank you paulfuller75@mac.com

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