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Title: Do you remember your password?


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Do you remember your password?
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Administration
Teaching
Research
Community Service
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Teaching
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Research/Projects
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Current Research
  • Touchscreen Project
  • University of Northern Iowa
  • InterLearn Linking Learners
  • Notebook Computers for TAFE
  • Using Activity Theory to Evaluate ICT in
    Classrooms
  • Images of Learning Zayed/Monash

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Community Service
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Administration
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Classroom Experience?
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Technology
Football (Go Bombers)
Golf
Work (Monash)
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The C Word
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The Theory
  • From behaviourism (transmission, empty vessel"
    model of learning) to constructivism (knowledge
    and understanding is individually constructed) to
    social constructivism, knowledge - social process
    -through engagement, enabled by language with a
    more capable other, a student progresses to the
    next level of understanding

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Teaching and Learning
  • active involvement
  • a balance between process and content
  • development of high level thinking skills, self
    esteem and self awarenessmotivation and
    commitment to learning
  • encouraging risk taking, learning from errors,
    and taking responsibility for ones learning

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Teaching and Learning
  • cooperative learning, self evaluation and self
    correction
  • relating new knowledge to old
  • use of a variety of teaching methods,
    presentations and materials, and design of
    interesting and challenging activities which
    stimulate intellectually and creatively

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Teaching and Learning
  • allowing students time for reflection on content
    and learning
  • recognises that a lot of unintended learning
    occurs and that children learn a lot from each
    other
  • shared ownership - encourages motivation and
    builds commitment to learning
  • authentic purpose - developing a purpose, a
    meaning for classroom activity

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Teaching and Learning
  • a positive view of learning
  • cater for a variety of learning styles and
    individual differences
  • the learning of global skills which are
    applicable to a range of subject areas and life
    experiences
  • A student centred, problem solving inquiry
    approach

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What is the role of ICT?
  • Three broad views
  • Skills
  • Enhance, Engage, Empower
  • e-Learning

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Skills
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Enhance, Engage, Empower
  • Focus on teaching and learning
  • Exploiting the technology to help create
    interesting, challenging, powerful teaching and
    learning environments
  • Intellectual and creative challenge

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  • Infrastructure
  • Focus on PD for staff
  • Use of Internet and Intranet as portal/filter for
    student/staff/community activity
  • Integration of technology into KLAs
  • Resulting in

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PrimaryThe Teddy Bear Project
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PrimaryAdopt an Animal
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Middle SchoolIndolinx
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Middle SchoolTaking a Holiday on the Net
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Senior High SchoolThe Talkback Classroom
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Senior High SchoolArt on Line
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All LevelsThe International CyberFair
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Engaged Learning
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SWIMSStudying Whales in the Middle School
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Maths
English
Thinking Skills
Whales
Geography
Science
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What is the role of technology?
  • Three broad views
  • Skills
  • Enhance, Engage, Empower
  • e-Learning

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MHS ?
  • Web Site
  • Intranet
  • Cyberlibrary
  • Subject web sites
  • Vision Statement
  • Focus on teaching and learning
  • Integration
  • Engage, challenge, interest, excellence,
    encourgae, embrace, inspiration

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MHS ?
  • Web Site
  • Intranet
  • Cyberlibrary
  • Subject web sites
  • Vision Statement
  • Focus on teaching and learning
  • Integration
  • Engage, challenge, interest, excellence,
    encourgae, embrace, inspiration

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MHS ?
  • Web Site
  • Intranet
  • Cyberlibrary
  • Subject web sites
  • Vision Statement
  • Focus on teaching and learning
  • Integration
  • Engage, challenge, interest, excellence,
    encourgae, embrace, inspiration

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MHS ?
  • Web Site
  • Intranet
  • Cyberlibrary
  • Subject web sites
  • Vision Statement
  • Focus on teaching and learning
  • Integration
  • Engage, challenge, interest, excellence,
    encourgae, embrace, inspiration

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MHS ?
  • Web Site
  • Intranet
  • Cyberlibrary
  • Subject web sites
  • Vision Statement
  • Focus on teaching and learning
  • Integration
  • Engage, challenge, interest, excellence,
    encourgae, embrace, inspiration

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MHS ?
  • Web Site
  • Intranet
  • Cyberlibrary
  • Subject web sites
  • Vision Statement
  • Focus on teaching and learning
  • Integration
  • Engage, challenge, interest, excellence,
    encourgae, embrace, inspiration

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MHS ?
  • Web Site
  • Intranet
  • Cyberlibrary
  • Subject web sites
  • Vision Statement
  • Focus on teaching and learning
  • Integration
  • Engage, challenge, interest, excellence,
    encourage, embrace, inspiration

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Barriers
What are some of the barriers confronting
teachers and schools as they struggle with ICT in
education and e-learning
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Teacher knowledge, skill and attitude.
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Barriers
Pedagogy
Curriculum
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Attitude
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The Culture of Schooling
Issues
Barriers
  • architecture
  • timetable
  • community expectations
  • VCE
  • Faculties/Departments

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Barriers
  • architecture

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Barriers
  • timetable

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  • Community expectations

Barriers
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Barriers
  • VCE

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What do we need to be careful about?
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Losing Sight of the Horizon
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Professional Development
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What we know about good professional development
  • Active, self motivated, independent learners
  • Action research
  • own environment, working with peers attempting to
    solve problems that are relevant to their own
    practice
  • strong and creative leadership
  • development over a continuous period

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What we know about good professional development
  • mixed learning opportunities eg seminars,
    workshops, individual consultations
  • joint planning and collaborative control
  • relevant, interesting, challenging
  • practical outcomes, positive effect on classroom
    practice
  • sense of achieving something important

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Michael FullanInteractive Professionalism
  • Action research
  • risk taking mentality
  • develop trust, collaboration, and an appreciation
    of the work of colleagues
  • redefining teachers role to extend beyond the
    classroom
  • commitment to continuous and perpetual learning

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Outcomes Based Education
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Information Overload
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Cut and Paste the New Plagiarism
Is it too easy for students to gather the ideas
of others and present them as their own?
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Quality
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Moral and Ethical Dilemmas
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Access and Equity
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Privacy is dead get over it
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The Dark Side of the Web
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Where are we going?
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Intranets/Wide Area Networks/Internet
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Interactivity
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Handheld Technologies
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TV/Internet
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What is the role of technology?
  • Three broad views
  • Skills
  • Enhance, Engage, Empower
  • e-Learning

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What is e-Learning?
  • A process that allows learners to take charge of
    their own learning.
  • It can be customized to meet the individual needs
  • It is learning on demand.
  • Technology is not e-learning rather a tool to
    deliver e-learning.
  • It engages learners to construct knowledge or
    meaning or understanding from information beyond
    the classroom walls the learning can also be
    referred to as on-line learning (Dale Spender)

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E-learning
  • Revolution!
  • Oral
  • Cave paintings and drawings
  • Writing
  • Print
  • Online

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What are the new technologies?
  • Internet enabled technologies
  • Email
  • Threaded discussion groups
  • Chat
  • Multimedia
  • CDROM
  • Learning Objects

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E-learning
  • Knowledge Economy
  • How many workers do you know who make something
    that you can drop on your foot?
  • Knowledge products are the currency of the new
    economy
  • Learning and earning now go together
  • Learning Technology New Knowledge Economy

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Trends
  • Learning
  • Shift to online learning
  • Anywhere anytime
  • Project based, student centred, knowledge
    creation
  • Learning increasingly linked with earning

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Trends
  • Schools
  • Autonomy
  • Innovation
  • Teacher
  • No longer talking head
  • Use technologies to engage and empower
  • Employment conditions change
  • Unlearn, change, technological enthusiasts

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Trends
  • Curriculum
  • Digital repository
  • Learning Objects
  • Cater for individual needs
  • Project based
  • Student centred
  • relevant and built on intelligence, insight
    and conviction

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Trends
  • School buildings
  • Public and private partnerships
  • Schools collaboration
  • Assessment
  • Image of schools
  • Increasingly, schools will be defined by their
    websites

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The e-teacher
  • Teachers are in the middle of an educational
    revolution
  • The digital medium is transforming education
  • The digital classroom
  • The digital learner

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  • Preparing students for an unpredictable world
    will take, above all things, vision.
  • Inherent in this vision are several key
    realizations
  • that we are in working to prepare a new kind of
    student
  • that we are using brand new tools, for a life
    that we cannot clearly see, anticipate or
    describe today
  • that embedded in this challenge, are fantastic
    opportunities
  • teaching should and could be the most exciting
    profession on the planet.

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