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David Raymond

Professor Angela McFarlane - BLC07 Keynote | November Learning - 0 views

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    Professor MacFarlane discusses many issues which ring true to me. In particular: - lack of vision for what education could be like with new technology (around 4 min mark) - the web2.0 and technology revolution is great for the 15% of people who have a good life anyway because of their suituation and culture (5:30) - others don't benefit from the access to the technology - they need help (6:00) - no change in classroom over last 20 years with computers and in danger of no change in next 20 years (7:30) - instruction vs. construction (8:30) - expect learning to change with introduction of technology (10:30) - but hasn't really done so - student self-directed learning is separate from school work i.e. at home and not related to school (14:30) - much of what kids do on computers at home is trivial (16:00) - the ones that do have good experiences are the same 15% (16:30) - kids that are missing out have a computer at home probably but no access to the community that enables them to have these experiences (17:10) - doing something by themselves does not really benefit them - it is being part of a community that had benefit for learning - what are we dong for these people? (19:10) - talking about missing pedagogical model for how to teach (22:00) - teachers are expected to use technology to provide innovative learning but no model against which to do so, some don't use it at all, some use it inappropriately - there maybe some individual examples but not overall (23:00) - schools bad at connecting with their communities in a learning sense (26:00) - talks about chinese online writing community and how they comment, collaborate (34:00) - community (47:30) - communitites aren't formed when people are brought together in schools etc. - need to have a common problem or interest (48:30) - Plant's definition? - in education the problem is because assessment is done individually (49:00) - so forming groups and technology ideas is not attractive for students - worried about not getti
Jenny Gilbert

Awesome Highlighter :Highlight and share in education ~ Educational Technology - 2 views

  • There are several ways educators can use Awesome Highlighter , here are some suggestions : Teachers can use it to show students the important parts of a lesson Teachers share links of Highlighted text of relevant interest with students to save them time Students can use it to share referencing quotes between each other They can also use it to gather information for research and classroom project
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    "There are several ways educators can use Awesome Highlighter , here are some suggestions : * Teachers can use it to show students the important parts of a lesson * Teachers share links of Highlighted text of relevant interest with students to save them time * Students can use it to share referencing quotes between each other * They can also use it to gather information for research and classroom project"
Rhondda Powling

TeachThought52 Tips And Tricks For Google Docs In The Classroom - 2 views

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    Google Docs is a versatile tool for students. It allows for collaboration, is easily portable, easy to use, and has widespread acceptance. There are also many options, both hidden and obvious, thatallow you to use Google Docs to its fullest capability. This post lists 52 great tips for getting the most out of Google Docs as a student, with ideas and tricks for collaboration, collaboration, and staying productive
Rhondda Powling

Free Technology for Teachers: Create Rubrics and Email Grades from a Google Spreadsheet - 1 views

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    "This option provides a useful way to build rubrics, mark assignments and send out marks to students. Also, because you can collaborate using Google Spreadsheets, this option could provide teams of teachers with a way to collaborate on the development of rubrics. It also provides an opportunity to share in the responsibility of scoring assignments."
Rhondda Powling

graphite | Lesson Flows - Featured Landing Page - 0 views

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    "CommonSense Media blog post introducing Lesson Flows, Darri Stephens shares that the framework redefines the traditional lesson plan by integrating digital learning tools and content with pedagogical intent. Quite simply, you can discover tools on Graphite and then align them to each part of your lesson -- the hook, direct instruction, guided practice, independent practice, and wrap-up -- thinking with purpose about your lesson redesign. Lesson Flows are excellent tools for teacher librarians to use as they design technology-rich collaborative projects with classroom teachers."
Rhondda Powling

graphite | Lesson Flows - Featured Landing Page - 0 views

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    "CommonSense Media blog post introducing Lesson Flows, Darri Stephens shares that the framework redefines the traditional lesson plan by integrating digital learning tools and content with pedagogical intent. Quite simply, you can discover tools on Graphite and then align them to each part of your lesson -- the hook, direct instruction, guided practice, independent practice, and wrap-up -- thinking with purpose about your lesson redesign. Lesson Flows are excellent tools for teacher librarians to use as they design technology-rich collaborative projects with classroom teachers."
Rhondda Powling

Exploring Microsoft OneNote for Teaching and Learning - Emerging Education Technologies - 3 views

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    "OneNote is a unique tool that makes it easy to gather lots of information in one place, and is great for collaboration, collaboration, projects, group work, and much more. It is free for use in education, and is often included with MS Office "
Nigel Coutts

Tools for sharing thinking - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    Fortunately there are a number of free tools that do these things and they are available for use on any technology platform as they require nothing more than access to the internet. Recently Eric Sheninger used a set of these tools to give his audience at the Hawker Brownlow Conference on Thinking and Learning in Melbourne a voice.
Michelle Thompson

Blended Learning - YouTube - 0 views

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    Innovative use of blended learning, using a rotating centres approach: Teacher instruction, Group work, Technology group. They are able to do more differentiated instruction within this model and looks like they're using some digital curriculum or an LMS.
Kerry J

Google Apps on campus | Brightcookie.com Educational Technologies | Education Hosting and Implemention - 1 views

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    What can Google Apps do for your learning institution? Students, educators and help desk administrators at four American Universities share their stories on how Google Apps has reduced help desk calls, helped students and teachers to collaborate, provided free spaces for student organisations to host web sites, solved email problems and provided 24/7 mobile access to information.
Rhondda Powling

Oops. - 3 views

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    The 'Art Project' is a "unique collaboration with some of the world's most acclaimed art museums to enable people to discover and view more than a thousand artworks online in extraordinary detail. * Explore museums with Street View collaboration: virtually move around the museum's galleries, selecting works of art that interest you, navigate though interactive floor plans and learn more about the museum and you explore. * Artwork View: discover featured artworks at high resolution and use the custom viewer to zoom into paintings. Expanding the info panel allows you to read more about an artwork, find more works by that artist and watch related YouTube videos. * Create your own collection: the 'Create an Artwork Collection' feature allows you to save specific views of any of the 1000+ artworks and build your own personalised collection. Comments can be added to each painting and the whole collection can then be shared with friends and family.
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    This latest Google development provides the opportunity to explore museums from around the world, discover and view hundreds of artworks at incredible zoom levels, and even create and share your own collection of masterpieces.
Roland Gesthuizen

InventNow.org - World - 0 views

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    "Register as an InventNow.org Inventor and get access to all the great stuff at this site. You'll be able to share your inventions, get patents, comment on other inventions and much more! "
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    Interesting site for students to share inventions and ideas.
Nigel Coutts

Girls in Tech - Reflections from VIVID Ideas - The Learner's Way - 0 views

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    Sydney has become a beacon that brings people together and sparks conversations. Most recently the conversation centred on the topic of girls in tech and what might be done to re-dress the gender balance in STEAM subjects and related career pathways. Sponsored by INTEL this Vivid Ideas event drew a mix of entrepreneurs, educators and tech luminaries to the Museum of Contemporary Art on a Saturday afternoon to share their ideas on what might be done.
Tony Searl

The digital classroom - RN Future Tense - 13 May 2010 - 7 views

  • we do a lot of school to students, instead of telling them and explaining to them, what is our vision? Why are we giving them laptops? It's not because they deserve them. It's because we expect something to change in education. Why aren't we telling them these things? Why aren't we sharing our vision with them, because they can help?
  • get kids communicating with one another outside their own circle of friends
  • create challenges on the web for kids to collaborate, that lead to more social interaction rather than less.
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  • challenges for them is, how do they create learning opportunities that are beyond for example, a worksheet, or beyond that listening to the teacher and doing what the teacher says, and they've really worked very hard to develop those skills.
  • exploring what other people are doing around the world.
  • they have to learn about copyright, and they need to learn about cyber safety.
  • they perhaps don't understand the consequences of what they might put up there.
  • 'If games are the answer, what's the question?'
  • having kids make their own games
  • Are you going to sit passively and wait for the information to come to you, or are you going to go out and find it and if you can't find it, you make it.
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    What impact is digital interactive technology having on education? And what will the classroom of the future look like? These are just some of the questions that were raised at the 2010 Australian Council for Computer Education conference.
Kerry J

3D Communications | Flickr - Photo Sharing! - 4 views

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    From my presentation due to start at 11am ACST for Sarah Stewart of Otaga Polytech in New Zealand - come one, come all! http://tinyurl.com/2u7h9pe
Michelle Thompson

13 Tech Tools for Verbal/Linguistic Learners | TeachBytes - 0 views

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    From another Diigo site. This blog is great. Has links to other specific learning styles also.
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