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A presentation from the 'Leadership' stream of the Innovative Technology in Schools Conference held in Perth Western Australia.

A presentation from the 'Leadership' stream of the Innovative Technology in Schools Conference held in Perth Western Australia.

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  • 1. Leadership Stream: Vision Paul Fuller, Orange Grove Primary School
  • 2. Karl Fisch Arapahoe High School, Colorado
  • 3. Rules
  • 4. Rules No mobile phones
  • 5. Rules No mobile phones No checking email
  • 6. Rules No mobile phones No checking email No interrupting
  • 7. Rules No mobile phones No checking email No interrupting No typing while I talk
  • 8. Rules No mobile phones No checking email No interrupting No typing while I talk No texting, twittering or facebooking
  • 9. Rules mobile phones checking email interrupting typing while I talk texting, twittering or facebooking
  • 10. itsc.ccgs.wa.edu.au
  • 11. Logging In itsc.ccgs.wa.edu.au
  • 12. Logging In itsc.ccgs.wa.edu.au Username: first initial + surname Password: first initial + surname
  • 13. Logging In itsc.ccgs.wa.edu.au Username: first initial + surname Password: first initial + surname For example: Username: pfuller Password: pfuller
  • 14. Leadership
  • 15. People
  • 16. People
  • 17. About Me
  • 18. About Me • Classroom teacher
  • 19. About Me • Classroom teacher • Year 4 / 5 class
  • 20. About Me • Classroom teacher • Year 4 / 5 class • Fairly new to teaching
  • 21. About Me • Classroom teacher • Year 4 / 5 class • Fairly new to teaching • Small, semi-rural public school
  • 22. Orange Grove Primary
  • 23. Orange Grove Primary
  • 24. Orange Grove Primary
  • 25. Challenges • Many students at risk • Lack of student engagement • Behaviour difficulties
  • 26. Challenges Strengths • Many students at risk • Tradition • Lack of student • Strong community engagement • Enthusiastic staff • Behaviour difficulties
  • 27. About You
  • 28. About You Background
  • 29. About You Background Talents
  • 30. About You Background Talents Nature of your school
  • 31. About You Background Talents Nature of your school Hopes for the session
  • 32. About You Background Talents Nature of your school Hopes for the session 2 - 3 minutes
  • 33. Time to Blog! About Me My contact details (optional) My aims for this conference itsc.ccgs.wa.edu.au
  • 34. Our Journey
  • 35. Case Study: Orange Grove Primary Timeline
  • 36. Case Study: Orange Grove Primary Timeline 1:1 Parent Funded Feb 06 Sept 07 First Podcast Initiative launch Podkids go Top 5 Laptops collected by Jun 06 Feb 08 on iTunes Students Albert the Feb 07 Feb 08 Years 4-7 go 1:1 blogging Bear Where to next? Paul Fuller wins Jun 07 ..... www.ogps.wa.edu.au 2007 Teacherʼs Innovative Online www.podkids.com.au Learning Award Primary category www.albertthebear.com
  • 37. Grand Plan?
  • 38. Little Victories
  • 39. Never Before The Opportunity of a Lifetime
  • 40. 600 BC
  • 41. 1600s
  • 42. 1930s
  • 43. 1960s
  • 44. 2000
  • 45. 2009
  • 46. 2009
  • 47. 2009
  • 48. 2009
  • 49. 2009
  • 50. Tectonic Shifts
  • 51. Tectonic Shifts Input The entire sum of human knowledge available to every human being on the planet.
  • 52. Tectonic Shifts Input The entire sum of human knowledge available to every human being on the planet.
  • 53. Tectonic Shifts Input The entire sum of human knowledge available to every human being on the planet.
  • 54. Tectonic Shifts Output Input • A generation of The entire sum of authors. human knowledge available to every human being on the planet.
  • 55. Internet Traffic in Australia 2001 Downloads Uploads Source: Michael Malone, CEO iiNet, quoted in the Australian, 17 July 2007
  • 56. Internet Traffic in Australia 2001 2007 Downloads Uploads Source: Michael Malone, CEO iiNet, quoted in the Australian, 17 July 2007
  • 57. Internet Traffic in Australia 65,000 new videos every 200 million day + members 100 million clips viewed daily
  • 58. Tectonic Shifts Output Input • A generation of The entire sum of authors. human knowledge available to every human being on the planet.
  • 59. Tectonic Shifts Output Input • A generation of The entire sum of authors. human knowledge available to every • A stage for every human being on the performer. planet.
  • 60. Tectonic Shifts Output Input • A generation of The entire sum of authors. human knowledge available to every • A stage for every human being on the performer. planet.
  • 61. www.podkids.com.au
  • 62. We are living in the greatest ‘teachable moment’ in human history.
  • 63. We are living in the greatest ‘teachable moment’ in human history. Are we taking advantage of it?
  • 64. Trends
  • 65. Trends • If a job can be sent overseas, it will.
  • 66. Trends • If a job can be sent overseas, it will. • If a task can be done by computer, it will.
  • 67. 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.
  • 68. Engineering Firm 1980
  • 69. Engineering Firm 1980
  • 70. Engineering Firm 1980
  • 71. Engineering Firm 1980
  • 72. Engineering Firm 1980
  • 73. Engineering Firm 2015
  • 74. Engineering Firm 2015
  • 75. Flat world
  • 76. Jobs that are disappearing
  • 77. Jobs that Stockbroking are disappearing
  • 78. 21st Century Workplace
  • 79. 21st Century Workplace Collaborative
  • 80. 21st Century Workplace Collaborative Global
  • 81. 21st Century Workplace Collaborative Global Innovative
  • 82. 21st Century Workplace Collaborative Global Innovative Cross-disciplinary
  • 83. 21st Century Workplace Collaborative Global Innovative Cross-disciplinary Tech-savvy
  • 84. 21st Century School? Collaborative Global Innovative Cross-disciplinary Tech-savvy
  • 85. My Vision What Might a 21st Century Classroom Look Like?
  • 86. Authentic work
  • 87. Authentic work for Authentic audiences
  • 88. Production Process
  • 89. Production Process Planning
  • 90. Production Process Planning Production
  • 91. Production Process Planning Production Review
  • 92. Production Process Planning Real Experts collaborating with Production Review
  • 93. Production Process Planning Real Experts collaborating with Production Real Purpose of content to achieve Review
  • 94. Production Process Planning Real Experts collaborating with Production Real Purpose of content to achieve Review Real Audience feedback from
  • 95. Why publish online?
  • 96. Why publish online? • Engagement and motivation
  • 97. Why publish online? • Engagement and motivation • Global citizenship
  • 98. Why publish online? • Engagement and motivation • Global citizenship • Reflecting on learning
  • 99. Why publish online? • Engagement and motivation • Global citizenship • Reflecting on learning • Critical awareness
  • 100. Why publish online? • Engagement and motivation • Global citizenship • Reflecting on learning • Critical awareness • Window on the classroom
  • 101. Alternative Visions
  • 102. school2-0.org
  • 103. Horizon Report
  • 104. Horizon Report
  • 105. Horizon Report • New Media Consortium • Higher Education Focus • Published annually for five years • Now possible to discern meta-trends
  • 106. Shifting content production to users
  • 107. Connecting people through the network
  • 108. Collective sharing and generation of knowledge
  • 109. Ubiquitous computing
  • 110. Communication between humans and machines
  • 111. Computing in three dimensions
  • 112. Games as teaching platforms
  • 113. Horizon Report K-12
  • 114. One Year or Less: Collaborative Environments
  • 115. One Year or Less: Online Communication Tools
  • 116. Two to Three Years: Cloud Computing
  • 117. Two to Three Years: Mobiles
  • 118. Four to Five Years: The Personal Web
  • 119. Four to Five Years: Smart Objects
  • 120. Activity Create a 1 minute video What is your vision of a 21st century learning environment? Upload to ITSC blog
  • 121. What is so important the whole world needs to hear it?
  • 122. “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?”
  • 123. “The price of a cup of coffee a day.”
  • 124. “Our parents saved their money to buy us that set of encyclopaedias.This is the 21st century equivalent.”
  • 125. In the 19th century, children had access to the same tools as the greatest thinkers of their time.
  • 126. 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.
  • 127. Thank you paulfuller75@mac.com