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Roland Gesthuizen

ALRC Copyright and the Digital Economy Discussion Paper released - 0 views

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    "On 5 June 2013, the Australian Law Reform Commission released a Discussion Paper for its Copyright and the Digital Economy inquiry. The closing date for submissions is 31 July 2013."
Roland Gesthuizen

The Compact: Roles and Responsibilities in School Education - 1 views

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    "The Compact: Roles and responsibilities in Victorian government school education (the Compact) was developed in support of the Victorian Government's school education reform agenda"
Roland Gesthuizen

A Printable Acceptable Use Policy For Classroom iPads | Edudemic - 6 views

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    "Lucky for you, there's a printable PDF available here and embedded below that enumerates the various ways someone should use the iPad. It is a pretty general acceptable use policy for iPads and seems (to me at least) that it'd be perfect for a K-12 classroom. "
Roland Gesthuizen

http://www.education.vic.gov.au/hrweb/Documents/Flexible-Work-in-Victorian-Government-S... - 0 views

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    "The Victorian Department of Education recognises the importance of flexible work options and family friendly work practices in maintaining a diverse, adaptive and high performing workforce able to meet current  and future needs."
Roland Gesthuizen

Why the US election matters for Australian higher education - 0 views

  • The global financial crisis heralded the arrival of a new era for international higher education. It is an era defined as much by the rapid emergence of educational innovations — like multinational universities and Massive Open Online Courses “MOOCs”
  • But the competitive advantage challenge now facing Australian universities is to build an educational experience that will continue to draw foreign students to Australia. This means ensuring our universities best prepare Asian students to succeed in the 21st century global job market.
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    "Asian students are attracted by what US colleges offer; an outstanding education, safe residential communities, an extraordinary network of influential alumni and a degree from a university with a global brand. It's the total package, and it's seen as a higher quality education than that offered by Australian universities. Or indeed anywhere else."
Rhondda Powling

Discover the 2 keys to implementing a school social media policy that works | Teachers ... - 0 views

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    "...the days of your school social media policy being "we don't have one" are over.  Equally the days of just adopting the districts or states policy in its entirety are also limited (you don't do that for your discipline policy, why would you do that with social media?)  Each school should have their own policy specifically written."
Rhondda Powling

Privacy, digital citizenship and young children | Australian Policy Online - 3 views

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    "A growing number of educators and advocates in the online safety field are now embracing the term 'digital citizenship' to describe education about privacy, safety, security and responsible use of information and communication technologies (ICT). There is also a growing understanding of the importance of beginning this education when a child first starts their use of ICT. "
Tony Searl

Be Very Afraid - 4 views

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    Each year a selection of ingenious students - from primary to university age - are invited along to BAFTA in London's Piccadilly to show and talk about the extraordinary things they are doing with new technologies in their learning.
Amanda Rablin

Learning Spaces Framework - 0 views

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    April 2008 publication from MCEETYA as part of the Learning in an Online World series. This one focuses on Learning Spaces for contemporary learning.
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