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robynlb

A learning culture for the digital world - Teacher - 6 views

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    An interesting article on digital technology in schools and collaboration.
laracsu

The power of disruptive digital narrative - Marketing Land - 0 views

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    Digital narratives are everywhere... including in our ads
karenatkinson755

1.3 Michael Graffin.pdf - Google Drive - 0 views

  • In May, I joined and helped co–create @Deb_Frazier’s Global Classroom VoiceThreadTM project, involving my Year 6 students in an online conversation about their daily lives, school, favourite games, and national traditions with young children around the world.
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      helping to build understanding and care for others
  • Asynchronous tools like EdmodoTM, VoiceThreadTM, PadletTM/LinoItTM, WikispacesTM, and Google Apps for EducationTM are also great connective technologies
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      methods for connecting asynchronously, which helps when collaborating with other countries in a vastly different time zone
karenatkinson755

The Global Educator: Case Study 1.3: Michael Graffin - Leading the Global Classroom Pro... - 0 views

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    An Australian teacher has helped his students reach out to primary students across the world to share aspects of their daily lives to encourage understanding and caring for others.
karenatkinson755

3.7 Pernille Ripp Global Read Aloud.pdf - Google Drive - 0 views

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    A case study using a project based on reading books as a framework for global collaboration and building relationships with peers globally.
crowleyl

Freedom on the Net 2016 | Freedom House - 3 views

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    Interactive map allows you to click on countries to see how 'free' their citizens are when it comes to using the internet.
futuristspeaker

Futurist Speaker - 2 views

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    Senior Futurist at the DaVinci Institute, and Google's top rated Futurist Speaker. Unlike most speakers, Thomas works closely with his Board of Visionaries to develop original research studies. This enables him to speak on unusual topics and translate trends into unique business opportunities.
Jennie Bales

10 Reasons To Use Virtual Reality In The Classroom - - 4 views

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    "Although still an emerging technology in terms of recognizing its full potential, virtual reality offers the opportunity to step into places, roles, and experiences that were previously impossible, or at the very least, inaccessible to most. "
futuristspeaker

10 Unanswerable Questions that Neither Science nor Religion can Answer - Futurist Speaker - 2 views

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    A few years ago I was taking a tour of a dome shaped house, and the architect explained to me that domes are an optical illusion. Whenever someone enters a room, their eyes inadvertently glance up at the corners of the room to give them the contextual dimensions of the space they're in.
Jennie Bales

Integrating Makerspaces Throughout the Curriculum -- THE Journal - 3 views

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    The makerspace isn't just a fixed space where kids come and go to complete busywork. It's an extension of a well-established approach to educating students that has applications and deep implications across disciplines.
Jennie Bales

Getting Started with Content Curation in the Classroom - John Spencer - 2 views

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    Content curation is a vital part of the creative process. In this blog post and podcast, we explore why curation matters and how we can help students learn how to engage in the curation process. This site focuses on teaching students to crurate but has valuable lessons for anyone new to this process.
Heather Bailie

Internet-era ways of working - Public Digital - 1 views

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    "Our definition of digital says: "Applying the culture, processes, business models & technologies of the internet-era to respond to people's raised expectations." Once they've heard that, the next thing people always ask us is: "OK. But how? How do I make that happen in my organisation?" Good question. We've spent a lot of time thinking about the answer to that. Between us, we've collectively made a lot of mistakes over the last 20+ years of digital delivery, and learned from every one of them. We think the answer looks something like this: a todo list for putting internet-era ways of working into action"
jseaga

Blurring the Boundaries Between School and Community: Implementing Connected Learning P... - 1 views

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    This is a recent example of apply student lead connected learning project in a classroom setting. Allowing students to chose the topic, the output and the connections they need to make to achieve their final result networking with peers and their wider community. Creating an artefact that contributes to learning for all expands their digital literacy skills as well - many bonus' to this project and its application!
jseaga

Distributed Learning - 2 views

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    In searching for Connected Learning case studies I discovered that Curtin University has Distributed Learning facilities set up on campus, within Australia and at International campus so that classes of students can connect to collaborate together focusing on unit content to enhance their learning. This link has a video about the Curtin Business School working with students from Miri-Sarawak in Malaysia leading to a much richer and connected learning experience. I work at Curtin and I had no idea this was something the University was doing!!
caranwasson

INF537 | Karen Malbon - Knowledge Networks & Digital Innovation - 1 views

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    By one of our fellow students, Karen Malbon conducts a case study as part of INF537, Knowledge Networks and Innovation. Malbon (2017) applies the following research question " What beliefs do secondary teacher librarians in Australia and the United States of America (USA) have about Open Educational Resources (OER) and what strategies, tools and OER repositories are they using to discover, curate and promote OER to teachers in their schools?"
caranwasson

Connected Learning in an Australian Technology Program: A Case Study Journal Article | ... - 0 views

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    The Connected Classrooms Program had a four-year timeframe (2007-11) and was aimed at schools by providing enhanced technologies and applications for teaching and learning. This approach is supported by the broader Australian education policy context that seeks to improve infrastructure for information and communication technologies (ICT) in schools, as well as recognise that today's students like to learn digitally. Led by NSWDET this initiative is built on prior evidence from education research in schools, regional ICT strategies and local trials in technology.
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