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Technology for creativity at tallis latest

  1. 1. Technology for creativityat Thomas Tallis School
  2. 2. Context1998: Thomas Tallis School designated a specialist artscollege2002: Joined Creative Partnerships network of schools2004: Joined first wave of government’s Building Schoolsfor the Future programme2005: Designated a Leading Edge school2008: Successful in becoming one of thirty national Schoolsof Creativity2011: Designated an Artsmark Gold school
  3. 3. The Creative Age“An audience or a willing collaborator canprovide an alternative incentive for creativeproduction. Before the era of massproduction this was how much of ourculture that didn’t emerge from patronagewas experienced – around the piano afterdinner, on the football terraces, in craft-making traditions and festivals. Theinternet has made it significantly easier tofind and locate audiences for andcollaborators in creative work.”
  4. 4. Their Space
  5. 5. Here Comes Everybody“This is something that people inthe media world dont understand.Media in the 20th century was runas a single race--consumption. Howmuch can we produce? How muchcan you consume? Can we producemore and youll consume more?And the answer to that question hasgenerally been yes. But media isactually a triathlon, its threedifferent events. People like toconsume, but they also like toproduce, and they like to share.”
  6. 6. Our starting point (2009)ICT taught as a discrete subject at all key stagesResources organised in separate ICT roomsequipped with standard PCsThe school website/VLE used to provideinformationVery little cross-curricular use of ICTNo handheld devices
  7. 7. What staff wanted (2010)"Improving network performance & enhancing the wirelessnetwork""We need to completely re-imagine our approach to ensurethat we meet the challenges ahead and offer the sort oflearning experiences that will equip our students for theworld they will inhabit""Update, go for quality hardware - more cost effective andtime saving in the long run""More dedicated mobile units - with more powerful machinesincluding Macs available in all areas of the school. I wouldrecommend that these are based in hubs and so shared bydifferent faculties”"Training - a lot of knowledge is assumed"
  8. 8. EthosThe right tool for the jobFlexible and agileLearning comes firstDigital literacyDigital citizenshipCreativity
  9. 9. HTTP://DOUGBELSHAW.COM/BLOG/
  10. 10. “[Flaubert] didn’t just hate the railway assuch; he hated the way it flattered peoplewith the illusion of progress. What was thepoint of scientific advance without moraladvance? The railway would merely permitmore people to move about, meet and bestupid together.”― Julian Barnes
  11. 11. TALLIS LABAN ENQUIRING MINDS CURRICULUM
  12. 12. Pif Paf
  13. 13. GCSE PHOTOGRAPHY MOBILE WEBSITESSHAY’S EPORTFOLIO
  14. 14. YEAR 9MATHS CONCEPTS IN BSL
  15. 15. HTTP://SWIMMING-TO-KENYA.WEEBLY.COM

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