Mobile devices and digital citizenship

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Here are the main slides from the ILT Forum on 20 May 2013. We covered topics including mobile devices and digital citizenship

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  • http://gordonvatcherprincipal.wordpress.com/2013/03/23/digital-citizenship-or-citizenship/Digital conduct (better communications, less misinterpretation, think before you send or netiquette)Digital footprint (all the digital tracks you have made over time – digital dossier) Digital relationshipsDigital health and well-beingDigital lawDigital financial literacyCyber safetyCyber bullying
  • Mobile devices and digital citizenship

    1. 1. Go to View > Header & Footer to edit September 25, 2013 | slide 1RSCs – Stimulating and supporting innovation in learning ILT Forum Steve Saffhill, Lyn Lall steve.saffhill@rsc-em.ac.uk, lynette.lall@rsc-em.ac.uk www.jiscrsc.ac.uk/eastmidlands
    2. 2. September 25, 2013 | slide 2 Summary  Open floor  Life and times at the ASA  BYOD  e-Portfolio
    3. 3. Resources  Bit.ly/rsc-byoditc September 25, 2013 | slide 3
    4. 4. September 25, 2013 | slide 4 Familiarity with own device Personalised learning Differentiation Just in time learning Independent learning Embed digital literacy Access to resources Assessment Collaboration Active learning
    5. 5. Issues  robust wi-fi infrastructure  equality and inclusion  e-safety  classroom management  teacher confidence with technology September 25, 2013 | slide 5 Jisc Legal BYOD toolkit
    6. 6. Padlet September 25, 2013 | slide 6 padlet.com/wall/iltforum
    7. 7. Where do mobile devices fit in with learning? •Demonstrate new knowledge and skills •Take risks •Complete assessment •Reflect on performance •Ensure learning resources are available to them •Resources are stimulative •Learners understand what is expected of them •Motivate •Find out prior knowledge Engage Activate ShareEmbed September 25, 2013 | slide 7
    8. 8. Engage: resources for finding out what learners know September 25, 2013 | slide 8 Comments 2g Phone Smart- phone Android iOS Polleverywhere MCQ and text responses     Padlet Virtual corkboard    iBrainstorm Virtual corkboard  InfuseLearning Student response suite    Socrative Student response suite    Mentimeter Student response suite   
    9. 9. Activate: delivering new information and skills September 25, 2013 | slide 9 Comments Smart- phone Android iOS Educreations Interactive whiteboard for tablet View View Create Nearpod Interactive multimedia presentations View Bambuser Live video streaming Create Create Create Qrafter QR Code reader and generator Alternatives are available Create and view Prezi Collaborative presentation tool (no collaboration on mobile) View View Create
    10. 10. Share: working together September 25, 2013 | slide 10 Comments Smart- phone Android iOS Dropbox Cloud storage for files    Mural.ly Collaborative presentation tool    Google Drive Share and work on documents and other files    Titanpad Synchronous notepad for multiple users   
    11. 11. Embed: reflecting September 25, 2013 | slide 11 Comments Smart- phone Android iOS VoiceThread Create and share conversation on documents and images  Comic Life Create a comic strip out of your photos  Storyboard Studio Create a picture board using your own drawing skills  Soundcloud Record your own audio and share with others    Penzu Online diary that syncs with multiple devices   
    12. 12. Classroom management September 25, 2013 | slide 12
    13. 13. Criterion based assessment www.rsc-em.ac.uk September 25, 2013 | slide 13 • Support learners • Understanding • Expectations • Learning resources • Help gather evidence • Observe and record activities • Validate and record results • Provide feedback and development
    14. 14. Types of evidence  Witness testimony  Questions and answers  Observation  Professional discussion  Personal statement  Accreditation of prior learningDigital Citizenship www.rsc-em.ac.uk September 25, 2013 | slide 14
    15. 15. Topics  Digital conduct  Digital footprint  Digital relationships  Digital health and well-being  Digital law  Digital financial literacy  Cyber safety  Cyber bullying
    16. 16. Digital footprint and employability  Employers will – Validate your resume – Learn more about you  You need to be as squeaky clean as an aspiring MP
    17. 17. Heir Hunters  Search on Google with name and location  Find contact details  Find usernames  Conduct deep search – Pipl.com
    18. 18. Lucy Stone  Born 1818, Massachusetts  American Abolitionist and Suffragist  Studied at Oxford Brookes University  Senior Planner at Barton Willmore  Bought loaf maker from Amazon  aka Bam Bo Tang  Resident DJ at Hed Kandi September 25, 2013 | slide 19
    19. 19. Learners and digital citizenship  What are you doing to improve your learners’ employability?
    20. 20. September 25, 2013 | slide 21 Implementing new technology  What are my learners saying about _________?  How can I anticipate technology advancements?  If I could go back in time, what is the one thing I would do differently?  How do I ensure that my chosen solution is well informed?  With whom can I collaborate with?  How do I foster excitement whilst maintaining realistic outcomes?
    21. 21. e-Portfolios  What are they used for? September 25, 2013 | slide 22
    22. 22. e-Portfolios  If I could go back in time, what is the one thing I would do differently? September 25, 2013 | slide 23 Eduardo Saverin: So when will it be finished? Mark Zuckerberg: It won't be finished. That's the point. The way fashion's never finished. ES: What? MZ: Fashion, fashion is never finished. ES: You're talking about fashion? Really, you? MZ: I'm talking about the idea of it. And I'm saying that it's never finished. ES: Okay. But they manage to make money selling pants.
    23. 23. Resources  steve.saffhill@rsc-em.ac.uk  lynette.lall@rsc-em.ac.uk

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