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NBCDLISE2015

  1. 1. Looking Forward Developing a Digital Learning Integration Strategy 2016-2018 Corrie Barclay Edu. Leader - Digital Learning
  2. 2. Firstly, Thank You For Your Attendance
  3. 3. Tonights Overview and Purpose To develop a 3 year Digital Learning Integration Strategy that sees staff and students at NBC have not only equitable access to the best technologies available to fully support and compliment the teaching and learning programs offered, but to use that technology in ways that “
  4. 4. One day every major city in America will have a telephone“ “Alexander Graham Bell
  5. 5. Google Glass Project
  6. 6. Tonights Focus Areas Adapted from: Unlocking the Potential: A digital learning strategy for Victorian learning and development settings: 2014-2017 - DET 2014
  7. 7. Adapted from: Unlocking the Potential: A digital learning strategy for Victorian learning and development settings: 2014-2017 - DET 2014 The strengthening of digital leadership, capacity building of staff and the promotion and adopting of evidence- based practice to improve student learning. Tonights Focus Areas
  8. 8. Adapted from: Unlocking the Potential: A digital learning strategy for Victorian learning and development settings: 2014-2017 - DET 2014 For digital learning integration to drive and or support curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment and reporting practices. For digital learning to extended and re- imagine the above by investigating what digital technologies make possible. Tonights Focus Areas
  9. 9. Adapted from: Unlocking the Potential: A digital learning strategy for Victorian learning and development settings: 2014-2017 - DET 2014 Ensuring complete access and connectivity, along with new, supporting technologies, are in place to optimise learning via leveraging the technology environment. This will deliver flexible options for learning in creative and innovative ways. Tonights Focus Areas
  10. 10. significantly enhanced by an explicit focus on identifying and demonstrating the opportunities and benefits that digital technologies can provide across curriculum, pedagogy, assessment and reporting. “ Unlocking the Potential: A digital learning strategy for Victorian learning and development settings: 2014-2017 - DET 2014 “
  11. 11. It is about helping students to build attitudes and confidence through doing purposeful things that make a difference in the world “ - Michael Fullan - How New Pedagogies Find Deep Learning “
  12. 12. Our Current Strategy…
  13. 13. Our Current Provisioning… Year Levels Goldswor thty Wexford Peacock Hendy Tallis P-2 n/a 40 x iPad Devices 4 x Lenovo Desktops 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 28 x iPad Devices 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 10 x iPad Devices 30x iPad Mini’s 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 6x Acer 753 Notebooks 8x Lenovo ThinkCentre Desktops 3-5 n/a 15 x iPad Devices 2 x Lenovo Desktops 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 20 x iPad Devices 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 15 x iPad Devices 20x iPad Mini’s 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e Notebooks 8x Acer 753 Notebooks 23x Lenovo ThinkCentre Desktops 6-8 n/a 24 x Lenovo Desktops 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 20 x Acer Netbooks 30 x Acer Laptops 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 30 x IBM Netbooks 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 15 x Acer Netbooks 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e Notebooks 6x Acer 753 Notebooks 14x Lenovo ThinkCentre Desktops 9-12 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 53 x Seashell Laptops Library – 12 desktops VCAL – 7 laptops + 4 ipads PE – 6 iPads Art Pod – 11 iMacs n/a n/a n/a n/a
  14. 14. Year Levels Goldswor thty Wexford Peacock Hendy Tallis P-2 n/a 40 x iPad Devices 4 x Lenovo Desktops 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 28 x iPad Devices 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 10 x iPad Devices 30x iPad Mini’s 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 6x Acer 753 Notebooks 8x Lenovo ThinkCentre Desktops 3-5 n/a 15 x iPad Devices 2 x Lenovo Desktops 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 20 x iPad Devices 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 15 x iPad Devices 20x iPad Mini’s 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e Notebooks 8x Acer 753 Notebooks 23x Lenovo ThinkCentre Desktops 6-8 n/a 24 x Lenovo Desktops 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 20 x Acer Netbooks 30 x Acer Laptops 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 30 x IBM Netbooks 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 15 x Acer Netbooks 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e Notebooks 6x Acer 753 Notebooks 14x Lenovo ThinkCentre Desktops 9-12 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 53 x Seashell Laptops Library – 12 desktops VCAL – 7 laptops + 4 ipads PE – 6 iPads Art Pod – 11 iMacs n/a n/a n/a n/a Our Current Provisioning… BYOD
  15. 15. Year Levels Goldswor thty Wexford Peacock Hendy Tallis P-2 n/a 40 x iPad Devices 4 x Lenovo Desktops 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 28 x iPad Devices 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 10 x iPad Devices 30x iPad Mini’s 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 6x Acer 753 Notebooks 8x Lenovo ThinkCentre Desktops 3-5 n/a 15 x iPad Devices 2 x Lenovo Desktops 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 20 x iPad Devices 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 15 x iPad Devices 20x iPad Mini’s 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e Notebooks 8x Acer 753 Notebooks 23x Lenovo ThinkCentre Desktops 6-8 n/a 24 x Lenovo Desktops 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 20 x Acer Netbooks 30 x Acer Laptops 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 30 x IBM Netbooks 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 15 x Acer Netbooks 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e Notebooks 6x Acer 753 Notebooks 14x Lenovo ThinkCentre Desktops 9-12 25x Lenovo ThinkPad x131e notebooks 53 x Seashell Laptops Library – 12 desktops VCAL – 7 laptops + 4 ipads PE – 6 iPads Art Pod – 11 iMacs n/a n/a n/a n/a Our Current Provisioning… BYOD BYOD
  16. 16. What positives have we witnessed…?- increased creativity - increased engagement - increased collaboration - increased independence - mobile learning opportunities - individualised learning opportunities - greater personalisation & ownership - differentiation of content delivery - 24/7 access to learning…resources, tasks, tools, etc.. - networked learning between home and school - the publishing of work for greater audiences - the effective use of social media to benefit
  17. 17. And what challenges…? - damaged devices, both BYOD and College owned - inappropriate device misuse - classroom management in a 1:1 environment - best practice/s? - costs for repair / replacement; to both College and families - ongoing effective integration - the development of a whole college eLearning culture - audio visual equipment allocation and use - lack of devices in specific areas/cohorts
  18. 18. Access to technology in schools - DEECD Past FuturePresent School network based/low bandwidth. Specific software provided by schools. Learning Management Systems. eduSTAR/School Based Software/Open Source. Wireless Connectivity. Cloud Based Computing. High Speed Broadband Access. On Demand access to software via App Store to support learning. Any device which meets minmum specifications (hardware/software/conne ctivity). Ubiquitous universal access across multiple personal devices and school based specialists technology. Standard portable student device 1:1 access. Eg. netbook/notebook program. Computer labs (PC/Mac) Range of devices (netbook/tablet/laptop/sma rtphone) Class Sets / COWS Adapted from the Planning and Sustaining Access to Technology Document, DEECD, 2014 - https://fuse.education.vic.gov.au/digipubs/Sustaining%20a%201to1%20Program%20in%20a%20School/Home.aspx
  19. 19. s Worldwide educational technology trends Trends taken from 2013 & 2014 K-12 Horizon Report, 2014 BETT Conference Trends, and Institute for the Future Research Paper ‘Future
  20. 20. NMC Horizon Report K12 2014
  21. 21. The Internet in 60 seconds…
  22. 22. Strategy Development Focus Questions • What technology are we wanting our students to have access to, in all year levels? iPads, MacBooks, Lenovos, Netbooks, iMacs, iPods, Smartphones, Chromebooks, etc… • Which model of technology integration will best suit our College’s needs and wants? And in what cohorts? College Owned, BYOD, Co-Contribution? 1:1 Programs College Wide? Labs? • How will the technology available be used to re-shape and enhance teaching and learning practices? What should be the foci of embedding the technology? Effective integration, coding, programming, STEM, multimedia, etc…
  23. 23. The BIG question… At the conclusion of 2018, what skills, tools and devices do we want our students to have
  24. 24. Time for action - In small groups and working together, answer each question as best you and your group can. - After the allocated time, move from table to table attempting to add to
  25. 25. Strategy Development Focus Questions 1.What technology are we wanting our students to have access to, in all year levels? 2.Which model of technology integration will best suit our College’s needs and wants? 3.How will the technology available be used to re-shape and enhance teaching and learning practices? 4.What further technical support and infrastructure and will
  26. 26. Time for reflection Thoughts, comments, other…
  27. 27. Where to from here? The information from tonight will be collated in to the Digital Learning Integration Strategy, with feedback wanting to be sought and received prior to terms end. A final ‘draft’ of the strategy will again be shared.
  28. 28. Thank you.

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