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  • 405 the movie produced by students Background to this movie can be found at http://www.405themovie.com Home.asp please be aware this is only 10 years old
  • http://epic.makingithappen.co.uk/ is about Epic 2014 is the original flash online movie made by Robin Sloan for the Museum of Media HistorySet in 2014 epic charts the history of the Internet, the evolving mediascape and the way news and newspapers were affected by the growth in online news. It coined the word "Googlezon" from a future merger of Google and Amazon to form the Google grid, and speaks of news wars with the Times becoming a print only paper for the elite culminating in EPIC Evolving Personalised Information ConstructAs a flash animation, this film is extraordinary, not just for it's use of technology but for it's fantastic perception looking forward.  Epic 2015 is an updated vision of the future set in 2015.
  • Contrast even my generation and my sons or my 102 year old granny
  • Handheld in primary University Plymouth

    1. 1. Holding Hands or handing over thecontrol the of handheld technologies in primary
    2. 2. State of Flux is the New Normal. Get over it !
    3. 3. • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tKg5- asGRHY
    4. 4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ak FGsNtTFRI
    5. 5. Twitter and mobile@bobharrisonset Some people passionate about learning with or without mobile worth a follow@dawnhallybone on twitter@derekrobertson@Consolarium@olliebray@timrylands@johndavitt@trucano@deputymitchell@ianaddison@lordlangley73@jdeyenberg@ignatia
    6. 6. Andy 7 I think Linden aged 7 Me at seven Son at seven
    7. 7. before you vision technology in thefuture just think ? USB is just 12 years old YouTube 7years old Facebook is just 8 ! Google is 13 years old
    8. 8. Devices its personalloosing it is disasterous
    9. 9. Mobile Learning or Learner Mobility1 :1 computing doesnt mean Solo learningAdults & children learn better in groups whereasOLPC project premised on solo learningContent is important but collaboration is KingLocation and context are trends to watch
    10. 10. Technologies in primaryRecording device• Cameras (kids don’t call them digital so why should we )• Audio (talking tins write, speak boards)• Measurement (temp, light location etc)• Tags• What’s your view
    11. 11. What the research says• Learners engage with technology and over 4 years this engagement does not diminish• Learners consume content but also comment and create .• Learners take technology and deploy it in ways you wont envisage• Learners share what they create with each other and there families• Teachers are more likely to damage lose valuable equipment• Parents are prepared to support learners in using devices or purchasing them• Digital awareness is something that should be engaged with early and reviewed and you as teachers should be educated to
    12. 12. http://www.nmc.org/ http://www.nmc.org/pnews/nmc/8540 ublications/2011- horizon-report
    13. 13. Pass the Crystal ball or give me your budgetMaybe read the reports linked over followingslides
    14. 14. http://joanganzcooneycenter.org/Reports-31.html http://www.nmc.org/publications/technol ogy-outlook-uk-tertiary-education
    15. 15. NMC K12Trends in Educational Technology 1 years or less •Mobile (to be honest now) •Cloud Computing
    16. 16. NMC K12 Trends in Educational Technology 2-3 years K12• Games Based Learning• Open Content
    17. 17. NMC K12 Trends in Educational Technology 4 -5 years K12• Learner Analytics• Personal Learning Environments
    18. 18. Projects to look at now
    19. 19. http://www.learning2go.org/Project in Wolverhampton in the UKPhase 1 2003 with 120 devices in four schools.Phase 2 2005 more than 1000 pupils plus teachers in18 schoolsPhase Three 2006 with an additional 1000 devicesacross all Key Stages.Phase Four 2008 further rollout of over 1500 devices.This last phase includes devices rolled out within the"Computers for Pupils" initiative and the nationalMoLe Net scheme.
    20. 20. Rapidly developing community in Australiaprimarily using Ipod touchhttp://slidetolearn.ning.comGreat guide to getting startedat http://www.slidetolearn.info
    21. 21. The real advantages• Personal ownership• Ability to pass round work together on device or between devices• Ability to move between inside and outside• You can put them away• They force you to think about how you or how you learn
    22. 22. Added extras for you follow this slide
    23. 23. Ideas for here and nowQR Codes way of convertingtext or url into graphic readable QR Codesby smart phone or web camhttp://www.qrme.co.uk/qr-codes-explained.htmlHow they workdelivr.com/14bpq • Use for treasure hunt type QR code for my activities blog • Providing more info in • More ideas at Tom galleries libraries Barrets excellent blog • Especially useful for people • https://docs.google with limited typing skills .com/present/view • Print on posters ,tee shirt & ?id=dhn2vcv5_765 hsdw5xcr mugs
    24. 24. GeocachingGet a flavour by visitinghttp://www.trailsoptional.com/ produced@jdeyenberg
    25. 25. Thanks@andyjbhttp://andysblackhole.blogspot.com