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Overview of ICT developments, NZ

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  • The number of transistors that can be placed inexpensively on an integrated circuit has doubled approximately every two years. [1] The trend has continued for more than half a century and is not expected to stop until 2015 or later. (1965)

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  • 1. Heads up on the eLearning Landscape Rachel Roberts [email_address] www.bardwired.blogspot.com
  • 2. E-learning and pedagogy
    • “ Information and communication technology (ICT) has a major impact on the world in which young people live. Similarly, e-learning (that is, learning supported by or facilitated by ICT) has considerable potential to support effective pedagogy”
    • NZ Curriculum – Effective Pedagogy
  • 3. Snapshots
  • 4.
    • assist the making of connections by enabling students to enter and explore new learning environments, overcoming barriers of distance and time
  • 5.
    • facilitate shared learning by enabling students to join or create communities of learners that extend well beyond the classroom
  • 6.
    • assist in the creation of supportive learning environments by offering resources that take account of individual, cultural, or developmental differences
  • 7.
    • enhance opportunities to learn by offering students virtual experiences and tools that save them time, allowing them to take their learning further.
  • 8. Changing Roles
  • 9. Role of the Student
    • Previously students were Consumers Now:
      • Create
      • Contribute
      • Communicate
      • Connect
      • Collaborate
  • 10. Role of the Teacher
    • Manager
    • Planner
    • Facilitator
    • Participant
    • Model
    • Guide
    Image courtesy of: Mark Treadwell
  • 11. Cyber Citizenship
    • Having the skills, knowledge and integrity to function safely and effectively in a Digital World.
    • Connected, Safe and Responsible
    • Issues – Cyberbullying, inappropriate content, piracy, personal information...
    • Schools response – Ignore/Panic/Educate
    • www.netsafe.org.nz ‘The Grid’
    • http://ictpd-digital-citizenship-and-cybersafety.wikispaces.com/
  • 12.  
  • 13. Current Trends
  • 14. Smaller, faster, cheaper Moore’s Law continues
  • 15. M Learning Gartner forecasts that phones will become the most common web browsing device by 2013 “ It will no longer be a question of should we use these devices to support learning, but how and when to use them” Michael Levine
  • 16. Browser based
    • Everything can be run directly through your browser – no need for installed software
    • Photoshop Express
    • Edit video
    • Edit Music
    • Office tools online – Google Apps
  • 17. Web 2.0 – Social Networking
  • 18. A Selection of Web 2.0
      • Blogs – edublogs , blogger.com
      • Wikis - wikispaces
      • Podcasts - PodOmatic
      • Delicious Bookmarks
      • Flickr
      • RSS
      • You Tube
      • Skype
    • www.commoncraft.com (gives a good overview about what a lot of these things are)
  • 19. OER – Open Education Resources
    • OER are learning materials that are freely available for use, remixing and redistribution.
    • Created, co-created, shared, adapted, reused.
    • Creative Commons licencing
    • www.wikieducator.org
  • 20. Big Picture Stuff
  • 21. Convergence
  • 22. Cloud Computing
  • 23. UFB & Advanced School Networks NEN Trial http://www.karen.net.nz/nen-schools/
  • 24. Connected Schools Collaborating
  • 25. VLN – Primary http://tiny.cc/vlnprimary  
  • 26. The potential is there to be able to provide all of our students in the Primary Sector with learning opportunities that we are not able to provide in our individual schools.
  • 27.  
  • 28. 4 P’s of Learning Online
    • Participation in:
      • Projects (Virtual fieldtrips, collaborative learning, connecting with authors)
      • Programmes (NCEA, tertiary courses, Y 7 & 8 Languages, expert tuition)
      • Professional Learning (online PD, working with experts)
  • 29. Where are our Schools?
  • 30. Adobe Connect
  • 31. Matapu Students in German Class
  • 32. http://primary.vln.school.nz/ Asynchronous learning (mainly Reading & Writing)
  • 33. Where to from here?
    • Develop a shared vision & strategy for elearning in your school.
    • Focus on pedagogies & how technology can support learning.
    • Look for opportunities to collaborate with other schools.
    • Listen to student voice, include your community.
    • Keep your eyes on the horizon & your feet on the ground.
  • 34. Special Thanks to:
    • Derek Wenmoth
      • Top 10 Trends 2010
      • LCO Handbook
      • http://blog.core-ed.net/derek/
    • Mark Treadwell
      • Image “Role of the Teacher”
      • http://www.i-learnt.com/
    • Nancy Groh
      • Netsafe
      • Learn Guide Protect
      • www.mylgp.org.nz