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Classroom2.0
Teaching Digital Natives in High School
      www.cannedteacher.com
The CEO framework
Talking about ...
Social Networking
Personal Learning Networks
Read/Write web
Blogs, Wikis, Feeds, Virtual Worlds,
Collabo...
Classroom 2.o
is based on a
 simple idea.

   We are all
 connected in a
human network
Activities that allow students and teachers
   to share knowledge by active 2 way
         participation is Web2.0!
Teachers have been
passing on information
year after year in a
chain. We know, we
deliver you use/repeat.

Each year it ge...
Classroom 1.0
                 Teacher
Chalk & Talk



       Student   Student   Student
       Student   Student   Stude...
Teaching Linear Courses

Repeat until end of course
     Determine Content

     Teach Content

     Student Regurgitates ...
What do you and your students
 use to ‘get’ information from
  the internet in ICT classes?

     Google? Wikipedia?
     ...
Where are you getting your
   information from?
This is great book about
using Web2.0 tools in
class. You could read it,
or maybe read his Blog!
Or go listen to him and talk to him!
ICT is the problem!
ICT (information communication
technology) is a dated concept in a dated
curriculum.
Brought into the ...
Teachers and ICT
A troubled past!
Teachers hated ICT!
Slow beige computers, often broken
4 kids share a computer (Office based)
56k Modem - dial up access s...
Teachers and PD
Learn it yourself on the job ...
Operate basic Office - word docs and
spreadsheets (issue task, mark task)...
Teacher Adoption
To help make paper based documents that were
photocopied and handed to kids
ICT use is often the SAME as ...
Web2.0
Fast internet access (speed, number of
PCs, broadband)
1000s of ‘online’ free/easy tools to read
and write informat...
Read/Write Web
Students are social, they use Read/
Write tools such as YouTube, MySpace,
Bebo and MSN Messenger
They use m...
Put them at the centre!
Most of our kids have MySpace or Bebo
Accounts ... they PUBLISH
information, not just read it
They...
Put them at the Centre
Allow them to publish their work
electronically
Boosts literacy and quality of work
Boosts effort a...
Students use of ICT in school
 Students spend most of their computer
 time doing the same things!
 Searching
             ...
Why do they hate it!
They do it day in day out
Week in week out
Year in year out
In most subjects (students cited TAS,
Cre...
1.
     At School          At Home




       Student Learning Experience
2.
     Classroom 1.0      Classroom 2.0




       The way in which they learn using
       Web 2.0 is more rewarding to ...
Just One Project
Why would you
 bother with
Classroom 2.0?
It is because you see
the value of it to you
  and your learners.
Because you are tired
 of battling students
  poor behavior or
  levels of literacy.
But ... you don’t have
  the time to learn
about Classroom 2.0!
Its too hard/time consuming/
  nerdy/boring/not relevant
 to the way I like to teach my
           subject ...
But ...
I teach my way and I don’t
   have the time, I have 5
        period days.

     (so do the kids)
Can you let them show you
   what they can do with
  Web2.0 tools with these
 time and skill challenges?

         (maybe)
Do you have Power Points?

  Sick of loosing them on CDs and
Flash Drives or find times when you
  think ... if only I’d h...
Do you have Power Points?

 Can you share a common
 powerpoint in your KLA?
(one person shares with 8!)
upload them once and forever!
Share with the planet, you students or
    just your KLA! ... fast and free!

           www...
Teaching 9 IST next year?
Everything you need for all topics is online,
      in sequence on Slideshare.net.

       Make ...
Students embed your teaching!
   Slideshare allows students to paste your
presentations into their blogs. Makes it easy fo...
Use other peoples Slideshares!
Sharing is Social. You will find hundreds of
presentations others have created for FREE.

 ...
Students use Slideshare
     to give you assignments!

(no more collecting CDs and loading
   them! - one click assessments!)
Change the ‘end product’ from a
 Power Point to a Voice Thread?

    www.voicethread.com
Write a daily journal entry to summarise
their classroom learning on their own Blog?

           www.wordpress.com
(they will do that at
home or in the LC in
  their own time)
Post text book exercises on
     THEIR blog for HOMEWORK.

Boosts literacy and reinforces learning.

         www.wordpres...
Record a video-response to a question
      and post it to their Blog.

  They can’t Google/Cut&Paste it!

             iM...
Design a survey and get people to complete
it online, then put the results into a speadsheet
             and publish that...
Research a topic in groups. Post their findings as
           individuals to a Class Wiki.
Give each group a different que...
Students can use several
 tools at the same time!
    (You might not).
They will teach each other. Help each
 other. Motivate each other. They will
apply one tool they learned in Science
    to...
If they are ‘allowed’ to do it, then they
  will do it. If more teachers ‘allow’ it
     and encourage it, we SHIFT the
  ...
Web2.0 is not an
 application ...

 It’s a mindset.
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  1. 1. Classroom2.0 Teaching Digital Natives in High School www.cannedteacher.com
  2. 2. The CEO framework
  3. 3. Talking about ... Social Networking Personal Learning Networks Read/Write web Blogs, Wikis, Feeds, Virtual Worlds, Collaboration ... web based applications 21st Century Learning needs
  4. 4. Classroom 2.o is based on a simple idea. We are all connected in a human network
  5. 5. Activities that allow students and teachers to share knowledge by active 2 way participation is Web2.0!
  6. 6. Teachers have been passing on information year after year in a chain. We know, we deliver you use/repeat. Each year it gets a bit harder and a bit deeper. This is Classroom 1.0.
  7. 7. Classroom 1.0 Teacher Chalk & Talk Student Student Student Student Student Student Student Student Student Student Student Student Student Student Student Student Student Student
  8. 8. Teaching Linear Courses Repeat until end of course Determine Content Teach Content Student Regurgitates Content in some assessment activity End Course
  9. 9. What do you and your students use to ‘get’ information from the internet in ICT classes? Google? Wikipedia? Sites you give them?
  10. 10. Where are you getting your information from?
  11. 11. This is great book about using Web2.0 tools in class. You could read it, or maybe read his Blog!
  12. 12. Or go listen to him and talk to him!
  13. 13. ICT is the problem! ICT (information communication technology) is a dated concept in a dated curriculum. Brought into the curriculum to ensure kids are ‘computer literate’ - 1990s Can type, can search Google, can print, can make a presentation ... simple stuff
  14. 14. Teachers and ICT A troubled past!
  15. 15. Teachers hated ICT! Slow beige computers, often broken 4 kids share a computer (Office based) 56k Modem - dial up access shared between all students - SLOW ... the world wide wait. - often ‘down’. Floppy discs, limited space, basic projects and expectations due to the limits!
  16. 16. Teachers and PD Learn it yourself on the job ... Operate basic Office - word docs and spreadsheets (issue task, mark task) Surf the net - locate nugget of information to give to students Too hard to learn ‘new programs’ - time, cost and access
  17. 17. Teacher Adoption To help make paper based documents that were photocopied and handed to kids ICT use is often the SAME as paper based activities! - often a good ‘back up’ if the lesson died (no internet) Forced to use to submit marks (spreadsheets) Access board of studies and limited number of known PD resources... Searching for information ‘breadcrumbs’
  18. 18. Web2.0 Fast internet access (speed, number of PCs, broadband) 1000s of ‘online’ free/easy tools to read and write information Multimedia is built into classroom technology! Same ‘skills’ that they use at home!
  19. 19. Read/Write Web Students are social, they use Read/ Write tools such as YouTube, MySpace, Bebo and MSN Messenger They use mobiles, use iPods, use Nintendo, play WOW online! They like to participate - not just READ.
  20. 20. Put them at the centre! Most of our kids have MySpace or Bebo Accounts ... they PUBLISH information, not just read it They create social networks intuitively They use software easily (year 7 better than year 11!) You don’t need to teach ‘skills’
  21. 21. Put them at the Centre Allow them to publish their work electronically Boosts literacy and quality of work Boosts effort and creates competition Turbo charges the speed they learn, apply and demand more Gives them REAL ownership!
  22. 22. Students use of ICT in school Students spend most of their computer time doing the same things! Searching 9IST did an online survey using Cut and Pasting www.surveymonkey.com Formatting Outputting discs/paper
  23. 23. Why do they hate it! They do it day in day out Week in week out Year in year out In most subjects (students cited TAS, Creative Arts and PDHPE as doing something different - like swimming!).
  24. 24. 1. At School At Home Student Learning Experience
  25. 25. 2. Classroom 1.0 Classroom 2.0 The way in which they learn using Web 2.0 is more rewarding to them
  26. 26. Just One Project
  27. 27. Why would you bother with Classroom 2.0?
  28. 28. It is because you see the value of it to you and your learners.
  29. 29. Because you are tired of battling students poor behavior or levels of literacy.
  30. 30. But ... you don’t have the time to learn about Classroom 2.0!
  31. 31. Its too hard/time consuming/ nerdy/boring/not relevant to the way I like to teach my subject ...
  32. 32. But ...
  33. 33. I teach my way and I don’t have the time, I have 5 period days. (so do the kids)
  34. 34. Can you let them show you what they can do with Web2.0 tools with these time and skill challenges? (maybe)
  35. 35. Do you have Power Points? Sick of loosing them on CDs and Flash Drives or find times when you think ... if only I’d have brought that presentation?
  36. 36. Do you have Power Points? Can you share a common powerpoint in your KLA? (one person shares with 8!)
  37. 37. upload them once and forever! Share with the planet, you students or just your KLA! ... fast and free! www.slideshare.net
  38. 38. Teaching 9 IST next year? Everything you need for all topics is online, in sequence on Slideshare.net. Make it once, share it often. www.slideshare.net/pmhs
  39. 39. Students embed your teaching! Slideshare allows students to paste your presentations into their blogs. Makes it easy for them to revise (great for HSC!) No need to copy of the board! Use class time for deeper content and activities, not copying and note taking! www.slideshare.net/pmhs
  40. 40. Use other peoples Slideshares! Sharing is Social. You will find hundreds of presentations others have created for FREE. Educators LOVE Slideshare!
  41. 41. Students use Slideshare to give you assignments! (no more collecting CDs and loading them! - one click assessments!)
  42. 42. Change the ‘end product’ from a Power Point to a Voice Thread? www.voicethread.com
  43. 43. Write a daily journal entry to summarise their classroom learning on their own Blog? www.wordpress.com
  44. 44. (they will do that at home or in the LC in their own time)
  45. 45. Post text book exercises on THEIR blog for HOMEWORK. Boosts literacy and reinforces learning. www.wordpress.com
  46. 46. Record a video-response to a question and post it to their Blog. They can’t Google/Cut&Paste it! iMovie www.FlickR.com www.jumpcut.com www.Photobucket.com
  47. 47. Design a survey and get people to complete it online, then put the results into a speadsheet and publish that online. www.surverymonkey.com www.zoho.com www.wordpress.com
  48. 48. Research a topic in groups. Post their findings as individuals to a Class Wiki. Give each group a different question, then each student breaks that down into their own contribution (you can see who did what) Collaboration and Knowledge sharing www.wikispaces.com www.wetpaint.com
  49. 49. Students can use several tools at the same time! (You might not).
  50. 50. They will teach each other. Help each other. Motivate each other. They will apply one tool they learned in Science to another situation in History. This is a CRITICAL 21st Century Skill for our students.
  51. 51. If they are ‘allowed’ to do it, then they will do it. If more teachers ‘allow’ it and encourage it, we SHIFT the mindset towards using 21st Century Learning and the WHOLE SCHOOL will see the positive effects it has. Just one project - is a beginning.
  52. 52. Web2.0 is not an application ... It’s a mindset.
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