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Why a one to-one program

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Why a one to-one program

  1. 1. TransformationalEducation for GloballyCompetitive Students
  2. 2. 2022
  3. 3. 2065
  4. 4. 2100
  5. 5. How do you preparesomeone for a future you can barely imagine?
  6. 6. “My interest lies in the futurebecause I am going to spend the rest of my life there” Charles F. Kettering American Inventor (1876-1958) (1876-1958) (1876-1958) (1876-1958) (1876-1958)
  7. 7. The most importantprofession in the world.
  8. 8. A Teacher’s Dream
  9. 9. The entire sum of human knowledge available to everyhuman being on the planet.
  10. 10. 4
  11. 11. 600BC
  12. 12. 1600s
  13. 13. 1800s
  14. 14. 1930s
  15. 15. 1960s
  16. 16. 1980s
  17. 17. 2000
  18. 18. 2012
  19. 19. THE URGENCYWhy Technology in Education is Important.
  20. 20. Who betterundersta nds the 21stCentury?
  21. 21. More jobs than you can ever imagine will fit into these two categories.More jobs than you can ever imagine will fit into these two categories.More jobs than you can ever imagine will fit into these two categories.More jobs than you can ever imagine will fit into these two categories.More jobs than you can ever imagine will fit into these two categories.More jobs than you can ever imagine will fit into these two categories.
  22. 22. Next Outsourced Job: Fast Food Order TakerMcDonalds has begun outsourcing drive-throughorders in 40 of its restaurants, using 125 workers at acall center in California and submitting orders backover the Internet.The process saves "seconds" on each order. Workersmake $6.75 an hour, get no health benefits and handleup to 95 orders an hour in a job that sounds like aworkplace massacre in the making:One of the dire predictions of the Lou Dobbs crowdis that Americans will be pushed into low payingservice jobs because all of our white-collar work isbeing sent overseas. But McDonalds could just aseasily take those orders from Bangalore, where byone estimate a college-educated call center employeeearns $2.40 an hour.
  23. 23. PerthNow reports Fitzgerald said foreign workers werenecessary and Hancock Prospecting was already"clearly on the record saying we need to bring in cheapoverseas labour".Fitzgerald also said debate over overseas labour in themining industry was a hot topic because most peopleknew personally of jobseekers that had attempted towork in the sector.Fairfax Media reports Fitzgerald said overseas investorsin the Roy Hill mine had marked the skills shortage as akey liability and using foreign workers was a necessary"de-risking" strategy.
  24. 24. The PossibilitiesWhat Might a 21st Century Classroom Look Like?What Might a 21st Century Classroom Look Like?What Might a 21st Century Classroom Look Like?What Might a 21st Century Classroom Look Like?What Might a 21st Century Classroom Look Like?
  25. 25. Authentic work foran authentic audience audience audience
  26. 26. PHILOSOPHYCONTENTCONTENT SKILLS SKILLS VALUES VALUES
  27. 27. This is not just“one more thing” more thing”
  28. 28. CONTENTCONTENT SKILLS SKILLS VALUES VALUES Aiming for the sweet spot
  29. 29. Write a persuasive textabout why you should behave in school.
  30. 30. Write and produce apersuasive video about why schools need tomaintain high standards of behaviour in students.
  31. 31. Write and produce apersuasive video about why schools need to maintainhigh standards of behaviourin students and publish it to YouTube.
  32. 32. WHAT DOES THE CURRENT RESEARCH SAY?• ablete mobile computing is still fairly new in education however the recently released Horizon Report 2012 – K-12 Edition lists Tablet Computing as a ‘technology to watch’ in education and predicts an adoption horizon of one year or less. The report states “Recent research indicates that tablets, because they are designed to easily share their screens, foster key 21st Century Skills in students, including creativity, innovation, communication, and collaboration.”Interestingly, tablet computing provides opportunities for teachers and students to explore the 6 key trends identified in the Horizon Report which are:
  33. 33. benefits of the internet to extend learning opportunities for students.• The abundant availability of information and resources is challenging educators to help students develop skills for making sense of information and encourage them to question credibility and accuracy.• The increasing use of students’ personal devices in the classroom. The ubiquitous nature of technology means that many students already have their own devices and enabling the use of these devices in schools could mean that technology budgets can be focused in other areas.• Making use of the growing number of school-age children who live in a state of ‘constant connection’ with others which opens the door to ‘just-in-time’ learning and ‘discovered’ learning.• The critical need for technology skills as a life skill is increasingly seen as a factor of education. Supporting trends such as evolving occupations, multiple careers and a mobile workforce, education can provide an opportunity to learn technology skills and better prepare students for the future.• A new emphasis on challenge-based learning is fostering more active learning experiences. Technologies such as tablets are helping educators leverage connections to real-life experiences and
  34. 34. Australian Curriculum
  35. 35. Three Key Messages• Relationships• Challenge• Connection
  36. 36. Make an iMovie QuickTime™ and a h264 decompressor are needed to see this picture.
  37. 37. Your children teaching the world.
  38. 38. If you can imagine it you can create it.
  39. 39. WHY WEB 2.0? Engagement and motivation Global citizenshipRefl ecting on learning Critical awareness Window on the classroom
  40. 40. The ChallengeHow can we make “School 2.0” a reality?
  41. 41. Multiple Challenges Ignorance Self Doubt Cost Fear
  42. 42. What price do youplace on giving your kids a competitive advantage?
  43. 43. troublemakers, the round pegs in the square holes... theones who see things differently -- theyre not fond ofrules... You can quote them, disagree with them, glorifyor vilify them, but the only thing you cant do is ignorethem because they change things... they push the humanrace forward, and while some may see them as the crazyones, we see genius, because the ones who are crazyenough to think that they can change the world, are theones who do.Steve JobsUS computer engineer & industrialist (1955 - 2011)

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