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Clare Treloar

Student Toolkits | Learning Commons - 5 views

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    portal to learning modules on library research, taking notes, etc useful for senior secondary students. great model for screencasting with their 3 minute videos.
Clare Treloar

Presentation Skills | Learning Commons - 6 views

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    video, great infographic and reflective questions on producing an effective presentation and hunting for information
Judy O'Connell

The Engaging School Handbook for School Leaders - 5 views

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    "The Learning Futures programme was established in
    order to find out more about how best to make schools
    more engaging places to learn.

    Engaging learning involved good leadership in learning environments. This document is well worth exploring as it positions schooling within a culture of 21c learning
Vivian Harris

Schools learning programs inspire federation fun and games · Museum of Austra... - 11 views

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    Fantastic example of teacher librarian collaborating with classroom teachers to build exciting unit of work with great resources.
Judy O'Connell

School Systems Blog - Project-Based Learning: What is it? - 1 views

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    "Project-based learning (PBL) is a method used to cultivate learning and teach students 21st century skills. The idea is "built upon authentic learning activities that engage student interest and motivation," and "generally reflect the types of learning and work people do in everyday world outside the classroom" (pbl-online.org).

    During project-based learning, students are approached with a complex question, problem, or challenge, which they respond to through a lengthy process of analysis and reflection. These projects are carefully planned, managed, and evaluated-and in the end students have created a high-quality, meaningful product."
Cally Black

Splash Home - splash.abc.net.au - 1 views

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    "ABC Splash is a new education website for Australia, packed with 100s of videos,
    audio clips and games. Totally free to watch and play at home and in school."
Judy O'Connell

Learning Facilitation | School Libraries and best practices - 5 views

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    "School librarians bring pedagogical order and harmony to a multi-media clutter of information by crafting challenging learning opportunities, in collaboration with classroom teachers and other learning specialists, to help learners use the virtual world, as well as the traditional information sources, to prepare for living, working and life-long learning in the 21st Century"
Judy O'Connell

JISC Digital Media in Teaching and Learning - 5 views

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    "Common examples of uses include: demonstrations of contextual images; images with clickable parts (an image map) that link to further information e.g. Google maps; video recordings of teaching sessions; to produce media-enhanced feedback; and recordings of special events such as guest lecturers.

    A useful guide to the range of uses of digital media to support teaching learning is provided by the JISC-funded Digital Artefacts for Learner Engagement (DiAL-e) Framework. "
Judy O'Connell

Learning In Burlington: BYOT and one-to-one initiatives are literacy initiatives - 0 views

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    "As a school leader who recently sold my community on the importance of moving to a one-to-one environment where every student has access to a web-based device, I believe strongly that our students will be more literate than students in other schools who do not have access to web-enabled devices. A look at the world outside of our schools and the technological resources being accessed in so many professions that allow people to work "smarter" is a clear indication of the track that our students need to be on in order to be able to function in the "real world."

    The biggest stumbling block in schools even if we can get the devices is the proficiency level of the adults in the building in utilizing the technology resources effectively. This is not meant to be an indictment of educators, but it is a critical question that we all have to look at, assess, and then move forward. Technological tools/resources can assist educators in some of our biggest undertakings (i.e. common core standards integration, teacher evaluation, providing relevant professional development, etc.). However, because so many educators in schools are not comfortable with the most modern literacy skills we are not able to make better progress."
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