Where is ict education going in australia

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Session presented at the QSITE Conference 30 September 2011 by Dr Jason Zagami

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  • Where is ict education going in australia

    1. 1. Where is ICT education going in Australia?
    2. 2. Dr Jason Zagami Griffith University www.zagami.info
    3. 3. Brad Paisley 3:19
    4. 4. Computing in Australia
    5. 5. Computing in UniversitiesComputer Science Business Computing
    6. 6. Computing in SchoolsElectronic Learning Business Education Centres Centres
    7. 7. Information Processing and Technology
    8. 8. Practical Computing Methods
    9. 9. Information Technology Systems
    10. 10. InformationProcessing and Technology
    11. 11. Assessment Year 12 Assessment 3 CriteriaComputer Systems Artificial Intelligence
    12. 12. InformationTechnology Systems
    13. 13. Knowledge and application Dimensions Design and Implementation anddevelopment evaluation
    14. 14. Video production Mobile technologyGame design Multimedia Contexts Animation Networking Graphic design Web design Interactive media
    15. 15. Project management Client relationships The problem-Theory andtechniques Elements solving process Social and ethical issues
    16. 16. Supervised Writing Task Extended Response 1-1.5hrs/1.5-2hrs 600-1000/800-1200 words Folio requirements Product (Project) One - Three others 800-1000/1000-1500 words
    17. 17. InformationTechnologies
    18. 18. Information Processing and Technology
    19. 19. Information Technology Systems
    20. 20. Information Communication Technologies
    21. 21. The distinction between the Computing disciplineas a learning area and ICT as a General Capability is that:
    22. 22. The ICT General Capabilities encompasses what allstudents should know and be able to do with ICT, i.e. the integrated use of computing in all learning areas. This is analogous with numeracy and literacy and represents a student’s general capacity to use computing.
    23. 23. The Computing Discipline encompasses what allstudents should understand and be able to do so that they can creatively and productively contribute in the modern world, understanding the underlying concepts of devices, systems, software and networks.
    24. 24. Educational Technologies
    25. 25. Australian Curriculum
    26. 26. ICT General Capabilities
    27. 27. ICT continuum will be expanded from years 2, 6 and 10 to include years 4 and 8 in line with other continua
    28. 28. Teaching Teachers for the Future
    29. 29. Mathematics EnglishTeaching Teachers for the Future Science History
    30. 30. National Professional Standards for Teachers - ICT Elaborations
    31. 31. Information andCommunicationTechnology and design and technology
    32. 32. TechnologyDesign and ICT?Technology
    33. 33. Design and ICT Lower SecondaryTechnology Subject Area Guidelines
    34. 34. Essential LearningTechnology ICT (Cross Curricula)
    35. 35. QSA Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Lower Secondary Subject Area Guidelines
    36. 36. Computer systemsDigital DesignGraphicalCommunicationHuman ComputerInterfaceMultimedia
    37. 37. Digital Technologies
    38. 38. Hours per year of mandated computing studies (optional in Years 9 and 10). P-Y2 Y3-Y4 Y5-Y6 Y7-Y8 Y9 Y10 9-10 19-20 20-30 30-40 37-40 35-38
    39. 39. Professor Lyndon Anderson,Dean Faculty of Arts and Design (Uni of Canberra) Writing teamProfessor Marilyn Fleer (Monash)Associate Professor Howard Middleton (Griffith)Associate Professor Paul Newhouse (Edith Cowan)
    40. 40. Advisory Group of 11Professor Lyndon Anderson DeanMs Janine Davison Cambridge Primary School, TasmaniaProfessor Marilyn FleerMr Graeme Harris Farrer Memorial Agricultural High School, President Agricultural Education Assoc’nAssociate Professor Howard MiddletonAssociate Professor Paul NewhouseMs Helen Otway Principal Debney Meadows Primary School (nominated by ACCE)Dr Janet Reynolds Home Economics Institute of AustraliaMr Larry Spry Head of Junior School; President of Design and Technology Teachers AssociationMr Peter Thompson Head teacher, Technology (Industrial, Engineering and Information)Ms Marilyn Yates K-12 Curriculum Department of Education, Western Australia
    41. 41. National Panel
    42. 42. Digital Education Advisory Group
    43. 43. TheAustralianDigitalEducationRevolution
    44. 44. “Learners, teachers and parents have access to resources, digital tools and agreed performancedata anywhere, anytime.” - Kevin Rudd
    45. 45. $41 million for online curriculum
    46. 46. Definition:n. one-to-one computingeach student has full-time access to a fully-functioning computer, the Internet,software, and online researchmaterials to work collaborativelyanytime and anywhere. intel www.k12blueprint.com
    47. 47. 1:38
    48. 48. Dr Jason Zagami Griffith University www.zagami.info
    49. 49. Brad Paisley 3:08

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