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Literacy and Numeracy Leaders Nov 13


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This is a presentation I did for the Literacy and Numeracy leaders focussing on Aboriginal Education and Sustainability.

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Literacy and Numeracy Leaders Nov 13

  1. 1. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Culture & Sustainability Information and Communication Technology Learning Across the Curriculum Belinda Stanton Quality Teaching ICT Consultant K-12 DEC South Western Sydney
  2. 2. Resources
  3. 3. SAMR model
  4. 4. Organising & Collaborating  Popplet  Padlet  Online Collaboration  Slideshow
  5. 5. Creating & Evaluating  Online Flyer - Glogster EDU, Smore  Digital Story – Photostory, Animoto, Imovie
  6. 6. Analysing  How could this petition be done today?  Polls – Survey Monkey, Google Forms  What data would you have in this poll or petition?  Would it just be signatures?
  7. 7. Analysing  Internet research  Popplet  Add to a wikispaces  Video demonstration
  8. 8. Create, Collaborate and Publish  Timeglider  Timetoast  Move into Redefinition get students to screen cast and explain the events and their significance.  Screencasting software:  Screenr Screen o matic 
  9. 9. Create, Collaborate and Publish  Digital Poster – Glogster or Smore  Video mate_litterbug.pdf
  10. 10. BOS Filter
  11. 11. Stage 2 English  Video using iPod or iPad  Edit and Narrate using iMovie, Photostory,     Windows Movie maker Narrate using an iPod, iPad or DER device Explain using ScreenCasting Publish on school intranet,Youtube, Online flyer or Website Create an online flyer using Glogster EDU or Smore
  12. 12. Stage 3 Mathematics  Import the artwork into Google Sketchup  Create and label lines of symmetry in Google Sketchup  Explain the lines of symmetry using ScreenCasting software  Google Maps, Google Earth  Enter the data into a spreadsheet and graph it
  13. 13. Stage 2 History  Create a video, presentation, artwork  Create an animation, narrated recording, dramatic play  Publish to school intranet, Youtube or website
  14. 14. 8 ways of Learning
  15. 15. Multimodal Texts What are multimodal texts? A text may be defined as multimodal when it combines two or more semiotic systems. There are five semiotic systems in total:  Linguistic: comprising aspects such as vocabulary, generic structure and the grammar of oral and written language  Visual: comprising aspects such as colour, vectors and viewpoint in still and moving images  Audio: comprising aspects such as volume, pitch and rhythm of music and sound effects  Gestural: comprising aspects such as movement, speed and stillness in facial expression and body language  Spatial: comprising aspects such as proximity, direction, position of layout and organisation of objects in space.
  16. 16. Multimodal Texts Examples of multimodal texts are:  a picture book, in which the textual and visual elements are arranged on individual pages that contribute to an overall set of bound pages  a webpage, in which elements such as sound effects, oral language, written language, music and still or moving images are combined  a live ballet performance, in which gesture, music, and space are the main elements. Multimodal texts can be delivered via different media or technologies. They may be live, paper, or digital electronic.
  17. 17. My thoughts 8 ways of Learning Audio Linguistic Spatial Gestural Visual
  18. 18. Audio Linguistic Spatial Gestural Visual
  19. 19. Where to find all of this! g