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0011 ICT In Physical Education

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A presentation exploring ICT issues in PE. It was an early attempt to explore some of the curriculum issues in England and Wales in 2000

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0011 ICT In Physical Education

  1. 1. Information and Communications Technology for Physical Education November 2000
  2. 2. Purposes of this Presentation 1. To share information. 2. To challenge perceptions. 3. To stimulate self-reflection. 4. To consider prioritising personal needs. 2
  3. 3. In 1840, American school teachers refused to use a blackboard in their classrooms. They thought the new technology was inappropriate to their needs. It took ten years for the blackboard to be used regularly in American schools. 3
  4. 4. Educational Technology Aims to transform learning throughout life by harnessing the power of technology 4
  5. 5. The Global Schoolhouse and Virtual Schools 5
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  9. 9. Virtual High Schools Online education, particularly at the high school level, is a fast-growing trend in the United States. Virtual High Schools have four large audiences: 1. students who have failed a class and need to make up credit 2. students who want to take a class they can't get at their local high school 3. students who want to earn extra credit and graduate early 9 4. home schoolers.
  10. 10. Internet Sports Communities 10
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  16. 16. GENERAL THROWING NEW: Club SISU Throws Club How to Throw Far homepage Throw 1 Deep by Mike Judge. ThrowFarther.com videos. International Throwers Meeting in Ru"dlingen. Throwers Video Clip Archive and links from Brock. Happy Throwers Society home page. CanThrow.com, Canadian site by Larry Steinke. Coaching the Throwing Events by Brian Wasson. Absolute Throwing Page by Alex Ioannou. Masters Throwers Page by William A. Patrick. Shot and Discus Page by Walt Shields. Mjølnir Thrower's Club, a registered USATF club for throwers. The Long and Strong Thrower's Page by Glenn Thompson. American Big Guys thrower's club. 16
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  19. 19. Hardware Developments 19
  20. 20. The Digital Revolution • Desk Top machines with 1Ghz processor and 70 Gb hard disk. • Lap top computers with Firewire. • Palm Computers. • DV camcorders. • Micro cameras. • Ultra lightweight video/data projectors. • DVD. 20
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  22. 22. The separate technologies which provide the telephone, the computer and the television are now CONVERGING in ways which increase the educational applications of each. CONVERGENCE becomes possible when the different technologies share systems for encoding data. DIGITILISATION entails the conversion of information to manipulable and transferable bits. 22
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  25. 25. Imagine for a moment that your blackboard (or conventional whiteboard) were able to display up to the minute PC images in full colour and that you were able to add to them, annotate over them and even control them using nothing more than a pen, that you could access the internet, CD ROM material or individually prepared lesson content, all from the front of your classroom. Stop imagining, you can do all this and more … 25
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  27. 27. HP Jo rnada 540 S e rie s Po c ke t PC - Hardware Vital S tatis tic s •16 o r 32 MB RAM S tandard in -bo x ac c e s s o rie s : •64 K CS TN c o lo r s c re e n , •US B c radle with c able 240 x 320 pixe ls •S e rial c able •Pe n -and -to uc h inte rfac e , •Earpho ne s s o ft ke ybo ard , quic k- •Wo rld -wide AC Adapte r launc h and s c ro ll ke ys •Built-in re c harg e able Li- Optio nal Ac c e s s o rie s : io n batte ry fo r full day us e •US B c radle and s e parate c able •Inte rfac e s : IrDA, RS -232, •S e rial c radle and s e parate c able US B , CF1, AC jac k, s te re o •Ac c e s s o ry c o ve rs ; S tylus Pe ns he adpho ne jac k •S c re e n pro te c to r s he e ts •Audio s pe ake r and •Le athe r c as e and c arrying po uc h mic ro pho ne •Fo lding Ke ybo ard •Re mo vable c o ve r •Infrare d Wire le s s Trave l Mo de m •Car DC Adapte r •Po rtable Po we r Pac k •HP Blue to o thMo dule (S umme r 27 2000)
  28. 28. HP jornada 720 Colour Handheld PC •Weighs 510g •Uses Microsoft applications. •Up to 9 hrs of continual usage •3/4 full size keyboard •1/2 VGA Rich colour CSTN display 28
  29. 29. Software Developments 29
  30. 30. Developing Opportunities 1. A range of software opportunities exist. 2. General programmes. 3. Specifically written programmes. 4. Relational databases. 5. Video editing software. 6. Neural networks. 30
  31. 31. Technical Analysis 31
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  33. 33. Relational Database 33
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  39. 39. Data Mining 39
  40. 40. Hogan and Norton presented a paper at the 5th IOC Congress on Sport Science in Sydney, November 1999. They indicated that: "In the period 1980-96 Australia won 25 gold and 115 total Olympic medals. This equates to $37 million per gold medal or $8 million per any medal. There was also a linear relationship between money spent and total medals won (r=0.96). [On the basis of] the cost per medal and the expenditure towards Sydney, we estimate the gold medal count will be 14 +/-1 and the total medal count will be 61 +/-4." 40
  41. 41. The final Australian tally was 56 medals: 16 gold 24 silver 16 bronze 41
  42. 42. IMPLICATIONS? 42
  43. 43. 1. Your development is too important to leave to chance. 2. ICT for phyiscal education teachers is an essential aspect of continuous professional development. 3. A range of support is needed within and outside school. 4. We need a quality assured network of support for busy people! 43
  44. 44. On-going support that recognises that learning occurs at a different pace for each of us. 44
  45. 45. A commitment to share best practice and fallible experience. 45
  46. 46. A recognition that a digital divide threatens equality of access to information rich learning opportunities. 46
  47. 47. An agreement that our minds are like parachutes … They work best when OPEN! 47

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