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Cally Black

Clearing the Confusion between Technology Rich and Innovative Poor: Six Questions - 12 views

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    In a recent webinar, more than 90% of school leaders responded that they were leading an innovative school as a result of the implementation of technology. At the end of the webinar, when polled again, only one leader claimed to be leading an innovative school. The complete reversal was due to a presentation of the Six Questions that you will read about in this article.   This list of questions was developed to help educators be clear about the unique added value of a digital learning environment.
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    Fascinating. And very helpful. Thanks Cally.
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    I will be passing this on to my curriculum coordinator and learning technologies teachers to think about. Thanks, the e newsletter subscription looks good.
Cally Black

Inquiry Learning - 12 views

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    Apps and websites to support inquiry learning - mostly apps!
Cally Black

Snapshot of | Smore - 4 views

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    This week the focus is iPad and Web 2.0 Tools Tutorials. These tutorials will support teachers to effectively embed technology into their Literacy and Numeracy programs.
Cally Black

The Digital Education Revolution comes to an end. Where now? | isupport - 2 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?
Cally Black

How To Address Negative Student Behavior in 1:1 Classrooms | Edudemic - 1 views

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    I strongly believe that technology is going to completely revolutionize the classroom. But when are we going to start addressing the negative aspects of the one-to-one classroom? When are we going to acknowledge the fact that just because every student has a device it does not mean that they will get a 36 on the ACT? I have seen videos of babies that can play with an iPad, but that does not mean that high school students intuitively know how to use one to effectively collaborate and communicate in the classroom.
Cally Black

Why Schools Must Move Beyond One-to-One Computing | November Learning - 4 views

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    device, I'm concerned that most one-to-one implementation strategies are based on the new tool as the focus of the program. Unless we break out of this limited vision that one-to-one computing is about the device, we are doomed to waste our resources.
Cally Black

Saving Face - 2 views

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    When socializing or communicating with Facebook here are some resources to support your understanding of the environment, a few tips to ensure for a safe experience, and some links to keep up you up to date on changes and privacy settings. The concept to be aware of is that anything online is not private. So be cautious and thoughtful about what you say, share and post. It will be associated with you
    on the internet and you may never be able to get rid of it. Think before you post!
Cally Black

Splash Home - splash.abc.net.au - 6 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 - 0 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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