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Cally Black

Learning Frontiers | Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership - 0 views

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    "AITSL is initiating a project focused on student engagement in learning.
    Learning Frontiers will support practitioners to develop professional practices
    which optimise the true engagement of learners. This we believe is a
    prerequisite to realise the goals of the Australian Curriculum in our new
    context of complex challenges and amazing opportunities."
Cally Black

The Digital Education Revolution comes to an end. Where now? | isupport - 1 views

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    The final round of government funding is currently being distributed to schools all around Australia. So far over 967,000 computers have been bought, infrastructure built and (most) teachers up-skilled to benefit from the acquisition. But as the funds come to an end, many school principals are wondering if the process has been beneficial, and how can they continue to support and progress the Digital Education Revolution?
Judy O'Connell

What Your Social Media Habits Say About Your Teaching Style - - 1 views

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    "Whether you're a lurker, a power-user, or middle of the road catch-as-catch-can user of technology, there may be some surprising inferences to be made about your teaching style. These online habits are as much the product of your personality as your habits as an educator."
Cathy Oxley

MinecraftEdu - 5 views

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    "Every day, more and more teachers are using the world-building game Minecraft to engage and educate. "
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."
Cally Black

A Model to Transform your use of ICT | Teaching and Learning in the 21stC - 5 views

  • The SAMR model has been around for a while, but I think it is time for a revisit. Most of us have been working with some element or other of 1 to 1 access, but has our pedagogy – the way we use the technology to teach in our classes – changed or shifted in that time? I would like you to take some time to reflect on how you are using ICT in your classroom. Think about which level of SAMR you are at, and what steps you can take to get to the next level.
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    The SAMR model has been around for a while, but I think it is time for a revisit. Most of us have been working with some element or other of 1 to 1 access, but has our pedagogy - the way we use the technology to teach in our classes - changed or shifted in that time?
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