l Natives                       r Digita                     Ou            Teaching                                     at...
The Voice of the Active Learner
“If we teach today as we taught yesterday,we rob our children of tomorrow.”John Dewey
#1 Indicator that drives student learning?                               Good Teaching
“What’s the worst                      thing about school?”“It gets in the way  of my learning”                           ...
“Everybody is agenius. But if youjudge a fish byits ability to climba tree, it will liveits whole lifebelieving that it is...
verydemotivational.memebase.com
So... Who are theseDigital Natives?
Todays students will know nothing less thanthe technology available to them. It will alwaysbe available. Anywhere. Anytime.
Our Digital Learners are;- More self-directed- Better equipped to capture information- More reliant on feedback from peers...
http://edudemic.com
We’re now beginning to see a greater   influx of 1:1 computing in schoolsThis being predominately tablet & netbook        ...
Why?       lookatmyhappyrainbow.com
Anywhere                                         Anytime           This is the essence of           mobile technology     ...
BYOD       http://blogs.cisco.com
More technology.               More access.                              More learning.
Australian CurriculumInformation & Communication Technology (ICT) Capabilities...Students also progressively develop skill...
“Teachers need tostop saying, ‘Hand it in,’ and startsaying ‘Publish It,’     instead” Alan November
Create & Collaborate                       NOT                             Consume
So...        How can all of what’s        been mentioned assist         you in your teaching                       fields?...
The biggest driver ofinnovation in educationis teachers.Use the technology.Take risks and try new things.Create a PLN of l...
The use of ICT in Geography enables students to see ‘first hand’ what they cannot normally    through being situated in a ...
Google Earth
Why should students use it?Students can use Google Earth to:- Create tours of their school or community.- Study climate ch...
Why should teachers use it?Teachers can use Google Earth to:- Set the scene for geography, history, literature, astronomya...
Geography has long been acknowledged  as an important vehicle for the use ofICT. It has the ability to fully engage and mo...
Looking forward... the future...                     “All too often today we are                     giving young people c...
THANK YOUe: barclay.corrie.j@edumail.vic.gov.aub#1: ipads4learning.global2.vic.gov.aub#2: teachwithtech.global2.vic.edu.au...
GTAV Conference 2012 - Keynote Address
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  • GTAV Conference 2012 - Keynote Address

    1. 1. l Natives r Digita Ou Teaching at h ard...” h “It’s not t “I th ink...” Ann ual h G TAV46t fer ence Con , Melb ourne 2012 st Augu 27th ay Barcl C orrie C ollege P-12 r Lakes Mano
    2. 2. The Voice of the Active Learner
    3. 3. “If we teach today as we taught yesterday,we rob our children of tomorrow.”John Dewey
    4. 4. #1 Indicator that drives student learning? Good Teaching
    5. 5. “What’s the worst thing about school?”“It gets in the way of my learning” teacherlove.org
    6. 6. “Everybody is agenius. But if youjudge a fish byits ability to climba tree, it will liveits whole lifebelieving that it isstupid.”Albert Einstein The Lorax / allclassical.org
    7. 7. verydemotivational.memebase.com
    8. 8. So... Who are theseDigital Natives?
    9. 9. Todays students will know nothing less thanthe technology available to them. It will alwaysbe available. Anywhere. Anytime.
    10. 10. Our Digital Learners are;- More self-directed- Better equipped to capture information- More reliant on feedback from peers- More inclined to collaborate- More orientated to being their own‘modes of production’ Education Trends | Featured News John K. Waters—13 December 2011 snott.nett
    11. 11. http://edudemic.com
    12. 12. We’re now beginning to see a greater influx of 1:1 computing in schoolsThis being predominately tablet & netbook devices
    13. 13. Why? lookatmyhappyrainbow.com
    14. 14. Anywhere Anytime This is the essence of mobile technology Giving access 24/7 And for students to be able to ‘learn on the hop’, is a remarkable thing Learning
    15. 15. BYOD http://blogs.cisco.com
    16. 16. More technology. More access. More learning.
    17. 17. Australian CurriculumInformation & Communication Technology (ICT) Capabilities...Students also progressively develop skills in using informationtechnology when conducting research, a range of digitaltechnologies to create, publish and present their learning, andcommunication technologies to collaborate and communicate withothers both within and beyond the classroom...
    18. 18. “Teachers need tostop saying, ‘Hand it in,’ and startsaying ‘Publish It,’ instead” Alan November
    19. 19. Create & Collaborate NOT Consume
    20. 20. So... How can all of what’s been mentioned assist you in your teaching fields? aiu.edu
    21. 21. The biggest driver ofinnovation in educationis teachers.Use the technology.Take risks and try new things.Create a PLN of like mindedteachers and collaborate andshare what you do.Let the kids lead & personalize their learning teamaltman.com
    22. 22. The use of ICT in Geography enables students to see ‘first hand’ what they cannot normally through being situated in a classroom. ProducingeMail / Video Multimedia onConferencing specific Geo. Concepts
    23. 23. Google Earth
    24. 24. Why should students use it?Students can use Google Earth to:- Create tours of their school or community.- Study climate change and the effects of global warming.- Track earthquakes in real-time.- Travel under the surface of the ocean.- Walk through some of the world’s forests, like theAmazon, and explore species-specific 3D trees.- Not only view the Earth but also the sky, Moon and Mars.- Explore the animal kingdom and endangered specieswith National Geographic content. earth.google.com
    25. 25. Why should teachers use it?Teachers can use Google Earth to:- Set the scene for geography, history, literature, astronomyand other lessons.- Show historical imagery of an area.- Adapt traditionally abstract lessons to the “real-world”by having students interact with virtual real-time datasuch as weather, earthquakes, bird migrations, etc.- Use Street View with 3D imagery, including trees, to takethe students on virtual field trips. earth.google.com
    26. 26. Geography has long been acknowledged as an important vehicle for the use ofICT. It has the ability to fully engage and motivate pupils in geographical concepts using authentic data and information sources, and enables teachers to concentrate more closely on teaching geographical skills, whilst providing students with a pedagogical sense of location and place. teachingtimes.com
    27. 27. Looking forward... the future... “All too often today we are giving young people cut flowers when we should be teaching them to grow their own plants.” John W Gardner
    28. 28. THANK YOUe: barclay.corrie.j@edumail.vic.gov.aub#1: ipads4learning.global2.vic.gov.aub#2: teachwithtech.global2.vic.edu.aut: @CorrieB

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