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  • Integrating ICT in to the Curriculum
  • Where do you start?
    • Start with the curriculum and outcomes. Use tasks/ projects you have previously used.
    • How can learning Technologies add value?
    • Own learning- about possible tools available
    • Get support from:
      • Learning Technologies Coordinator
      • Other teachers
      • online tutorials Teachers have Class
      • Students
      • Major portals to information on the Web selected as some of the best starting points for teachers
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    • What do we need to learn?
    • 21Century Learning skills
    Teachers have class • Critical Thinking • Problem Solving • Communication • Collaboration • Creativity • Self-Directed Learning • Information & Media Literacy • Accountability & Adaptability • Social Responsibility
  • 21 Century Skills
    • The Curriculum Framework (1998) . Overarching Outcomes sets
    • Information Literacy :
    • Students recognise when and what information is needed, locate and obtain it from a range of sources and evaluate, use and share it with others .
    • Technological Literacy
    • Students select, use and adapt technologies
    • Students will be
    • Creating, presenting sharing Information in the 21st Century workplace in a collaborative, global, innovative, cross- disciplinary and tech- savvy world
  • THE INFORMATION PROCESS Inquiry learning
    • Defining Information Needs
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    • Locating Information
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    • Selecting Information
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    • Organizing Information
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    • Creating, Presenting Sharing Information
    • 21st Century Digital literacy skills. Students need to use engaging technology in collaborative, inquiry based learning, to think, create, evaluate and apply learning
  • How to carry out a Research Assignment What skills are important?
    • Planning the Research
    • Defining Information Needs
    • Brainstorming  
      • What do you already know?*
      • Develop Focus questions What you must find out?
      • Students frame and clarify questions List key search terms 
    • Conducting the Research
    • Locating Information. locate and collect information from a range of sources - Use a search strategy
    • Searching Tools
    • Selecting a resource and the information required
    • .com .edu .mi . gov .net
    • Critical thinking, Processing and Interpreting the Information
    • Organising Information
    • Evaluating Information, Applying Finding and Presenting
    • Analyse, interpret information, judge quality ,decide what conclusions or inferences
    • use and share the information with others
    • Producers and Publishers communicating with global audience  
  • Planning
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  • Digital Portfolio
    • A collection of evidence that reflects a persons progress development
    • achievements over time for learning or employment
    • Structured Framework
    • Dynamic ability to set goals & targets, provide feedback
    • Showcases achievements http://www.eportfoliopractice.qut.edu.au/symposium/showcase.jsp
    • Learning Work Sample
    • Log Sheet & Reflection Guide
    • Outcome/Attribute File Name/Date
    • Description of artefact/evidence
    • Where, why and how was it created?
    • What did you learn as a result of creating this artefact?
    • How does your evidence support growth toward the outcome/attribute?
    • Desire 2 Learn
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  • Learning Technologies
  • Own Professional Learning
    • Become aware of some of the ICT tools available at school and online that are possible to use.
    • School network – various software programs available eg Inspiration, Producer, Photostory, MS Office, movie maker
    • Online resources . Use CMIS and DET Portal , Macquarie Net, Learning Objects, Web 2.0
    • Subscribed resources http ://www.worldbookonline.com/
    • http://www.atomiclearning.co.uk/
    • Look at examples of how the ICT tools can be used.
    • CMIS -online activities, read others blogs, watch YouTube movies, download a podcast, research a topic.
    • Collect examples or use another teachers activities to start .
    • Participate in a workshop “ Teachers Have Class”
    • Have a go on your own or with a colleague.
  • My Blog
  • Online Learning http://www.commoncraft.com/store
    • Student Safety Online
    • Developing School Policy
    • DET and School Content Filtering
    • Student Responsibilities and Acceptable Use Policies
    • Protecting Student Privacy
    • Safe Surfing Strategies
    • Cyberbullying
    • Combating Net Nasties in Your Classroom [Viruses, Hoaxes, Spam]
    Student Safety
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  • Get Started
    • DET Portal
    • Learning Areas
    • ICT in curriculum
    • Online Learning
    • Learning Objects
    • Teachers have Class
    • TeacherTube -Pay Attention
    • K-12 Students today