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Teaching ict toolkit future science presentation

A few current tools to keep the classroom teacher organised using ICT and also some professional development ideas to up skill in ICT.

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Teaching ict toolkit future science presentation

  1. 1. Teacher’s ICT Toolkit for Education STAWA FUTURE SCIENCE 2nd December 2011 Paul Chamberlain e-Learning Coordinator and Science Teacher Twitter hashtag: #futurescience Continue the conversation by tweeting your feelings and links you think would be relevant to others. (Twitter allows you to have a side conversation)
  2. 2. The lead up…
  3. 3. 1864
  4. 4. 1904
  5. 5. 1932
  6. 6. 1947
  7. 7. 2011
  8. 8. Now… the future?
  9. 9. We must remember…
  10. 10. The boundary between ‘real life’ and ‘online’ has disappeared for the majority of our studentshttp://atlantis.lego.com/en-s/augmented/default.aspx cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo by sndrv: http://flickr.com/photos/sndrv/4519088620/
  11. 11. With a laptop I could work… anywhere… anytime!
  12. 12. And don’t be restricted by the walls of your classroom,or even the fences of your school.
  13. 13. cc licensed ( BY NC ) flickr photo by perfect_hexagon:http://flickr.com/photos/perfhex/286388273/ cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo by Pink Sherbet Photography: http://flickr.com/photos/pinksherbet/2796862756/
  14. 14. The distinct possibility that many of ourstudents today will be remote workers, peopleworking in a flexible arrangement from home,where the lines are blurred between what isworking hours and what is downtime. Onswipe HQ
  15. 15. JUST REMEMBER Pedagogy Pedagogy PedagogyGood teaching practice is what really matters!
  16. 16. So what does that require? Especially with current technologies
  17. 17. Staff Professional Development• The integration of ICT in the classroom requires time and effort by the teacher.• From my personal experience teachers are neither given the time, nor the appropriate training.• So here are some ideas to begin your training process.
  18. 18. Tech BrekkiesThe idea is to have a quick half hour catch up ontools, tips and tricks in Information andCommunication Technologies and good teachingpedagogy. http://www.flickr.com/photos/52859023@N00
  19. 19. Twenty-20The microkeynoting of the keynote world
  20. 20. Twenty-20The twenty-20 challenge is an idea to havemembers present 5 minute keynotepresentations with the use of pictures andminimal text and be given 20-30 seconds perslide. http://www.flickr.com/photos/63227032@N00
  21. 21. Speed-GeekingSpeed-Geeking is a bit like “Speed-Dating” andinvolves members with a skill in a particular ICTtool providing small group training and givenjust 5 minutes to get this done. http://www.flickr.com/photos/8107002@N03
  22. 22. In the history of innovation, the "revolutionary" approach oftenfails, because it doesn’t take the human factor into account.
  23. 23. This session is aimed at you, providing ideas for an ICT toolbox • Organisation • Support • Communication
  24. 24. First Important Lesson
  25. 25. “Our Connections are Everything” Jude O’connellcc licensed ( BY NC SD ) flickr photo by greekadman:ttp://flickr.com/photos/papazimouris/346630496/
  26. 26. What is a PLN? PLN is an acronym for Personal Learning Network.Teachers have always had learning networks.Previously they included teachers in yourschool, old workmates, a few colleagues fromUniversity and maybe a number of presenters atworkshops (like Future Science) you hadattended. We learn from these people and weshare with them also.
  27. 27. What is a PLN?Your PLN no longer needs to include only thosewho you can physically “catch-up” with. You donot even need to have met these people. Butthese people can be all be a source for yourprofessional development.
  28. 28. What is a PLN?cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo by mathplourde:http://flickr.com/photos/mathplourde/5609781793/
  29. 29. cc licensed ( BY SD ) flickr photo by The Daring Librarian:http://flickr.com/photos/info_grrl/4806404770/
  30. 30. Let’s start with twitter• If you haven’t already sent a tweet today maybe you could try. Share what you have learnt or how you are feeling.• If you haven’t got an account, it is easy to sign up www.twitter.comEg. “Presenting an ICT toolkit for teachers, notenough time to cover it all… refer towww.electricshepherds.com #futurescience”
  31. 31. Edmodo
  32. 32. Diigo
  33. 33. Evernote
  34. 34. www.FlickrCC.net
  35. 35. Scoop.it
  36. 36. Weebly, Wordpress, Tumblr Check out my blog www.electricshepherds.com
  37. 37. WikispacesA Wiki is an online collaboration tool that allowsediting to occur by all participants, while discussionscan happen here also.
  38. 38. Moodle
  39. 39. One tool
  40. 40. There are others that are very effective Evernote Simplenote Google docs I use Evernote for many of my notes due to its easiness to sync across all my devices.
  41. 41. The reason I love it and recommend it is the pen input software.NOTHING ELSE MATCHES IT!
  42. 42. iPhone/ android Apps• 1Password - Highly recommend• Soundnote and Notability• CollabraCam, Timelapse, Burstmode• iStudies Lite• Pulse, Flipboard
  43. 43. Google• Redirect all emails through gmail• Google docs, google mail
  44. 44. Web Browser Add-ons
  45. 45. Titanpad
  46. 46. Cloud services http://ge.tt/8ybrsZA
  47. 47. SlidesharePrezi
  48. 48. Wall wisher
  49. 49. www.ScreenR.com
  50. 50. www.IFTTT.com
  51. 51. Questions…Discussion time…?
  52. 52. pchmbPaul Chamberlainwww.electricshepherds.comPaul Chamberlain

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