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  • ICT TRENDS-in education-Principal Research Fellow (Research and Digital Learning)Gerry White

  • Social, cultural and pedagogical CHANGE-in education-Principal Research Fellow (Research and Digital Learning)Gerry White

  • Pedagogical changeMajor changes historyTrendsOnline servicesNational curriculumResearchDigital literacyWhat does it mean for education?

  • Major changes history19691973Internet1989979401TCP/IPwww198991Austneducation04BrochuresPages Information930306OLTC092000IMSWeb 2.0TwitterFacebookDel.icio.usNokia9605YouTubeFlickreBayGoogleWikipediaAmazon.comServicesConnectingMessagingInteractivePublishingMultimediaSharingMass mediaDER08National agreements

  • Major changes history19691973Internet1989979401TCP/IPwww198991Austneducation04BrochuresPages Information930306OLTC092000IMSWeb 2.0TwitterFacebookDel.icio.usNokia9605YouTubeFlickreBayGoogleWikipediaAmazon.comServicesConnectingMessagingInteractivePublishingMultimediaSharingMass mediaDER08National agreements

  • Cantoni, L How does the web evolve, March 2007, accessed at http://newmine.blogspot.com/2007_03_01_archive.htm on 10 March 2007Major changes historyHow the web evolves

  • What has changed?Karl Fisch & Scott McLeod (2007). Shift Happens. Did you know 2.0?Retrieved April 22, 2009 from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMcfrLYDm2U. Did you know 3.0?

  • What are some trends?

  • TrendsLearning in a virtual environment

  • Touch screen tablet

  • Trend-move to mobileVincent, T. (2009). Learning in hand. Retrieved June 28, 2009, from http://learninginhand.com/blog/2009/06/apple-iigs-vs-iphone-3g-s_2870.html.

  • Graphic searchTianamo. (2009). Tainamo. Retrieved June 28, 209, from http://search.tianamo.com/index2.php.

  • InteractivityInteracting with objects, technologies and peopleHOTmaths. Retrieved July 10, 2009, from www.hotmaths.com.au.

  • What aboutNational curriculum?BrilliantConsolidationEnable innovationImplementationSupportAccountability

  • What aboutNational curriculum?NCB/ACARAEnglishMathsScienceHistory

    National agreementsEquityLow-SESTeacher qualityECESPPsDERIndigenous Education

  • Heppell, S. (2008). Learnometer. Retrieved November 22, 2008, from http://www.learnometer.net/trends_discussion.html.

  • What about online services?

  • Online servicesOpen standardsWirelessEportfolioOpen software/content/networksWeb servicesCloud SaaSMobile

  • Cloud computingHinchcliffe, D. (2009). Cloud computing: A delicate balance of risk and benefit. Retrieved June 15, 2009 from http://blogs.zdnet.com/Hinchcliffe/.

  • ACMA. (2009). Australia in the Digital Economy. Report 2: Online Participation. Canberra: ACMA. p. 18)Online services

  • Top 20 websitesACMA. (2009). Australia in the Digital Economy. Report 2: Online Participation. Canberra: ACMA. p. 16)Online services

  • Education access

  • Online communities

  • Online communities

  • Online communities

  • What does research say about education?

  • AboutstudentsBorn 1993

  • ConnectedWilson, S. (2005). Future VLE the visual version. Scotts workblog. Retrieved from April 7, 2009, from http://zope.cetis.ac.uk/members/scott/blogview?entry=20050125170206.

  • ConnectedPeopleNodesHubsNetworksFuture conferences

  • About studentsIto, M

  • Tweens & teensNational School Boards Association (2007) CREATING & CONNECTING//Research and Guidelines on Online Social and Educational NetworkingRetrieved on 16th August, 2007, from http://www.nsba.org/site/docs/41400/41340.pdf

  • Use of the internet by ageACMA. (2009). Australia in the Digital Economy. Report 2: Online Participation. Canberra: ACMA. p. 8)

  • Online communitiesEducation.au. (2009). edna hub progress report #2January 2009. Adelaide: EdNA Reference Committee.

  • About teachers781 Groups; 23,205 membersDecember 31, 200890 millionmembers

  • Selected studiesBECTa in UK (2004)Impact Studies UK (2006)ICT Impact Europe (2006)OECD (2005)PISA (2006)TIMSS (2006)NSW Partners (2008)in LearningUS Meta-analysis (2009)In what?LanguageScienceArt and designComputingEarth sciencesHistoryMathematicsResearch - ICT

  • Education access

  • Humanity

  • Educators ICT usage:Key finding of Internet usage included:for research (83%) for finding learning resources (80%) for professional development (64%) for interacting with colleagues (61%) Barriers of Internet usage included:poor infrastructure 41% content blocking (40%) limited access (21%) limited confidence or expertise (20%) lack of relevant resources on the internet (12%). education.au. (2008). Educators and ICT usage: Market research report. Completed by McGregor Tan Research. Adelaide: education.au.

  • 21CEducation

  • What is digital literacy?

  • Digital literacyAs distinct from print literacy

    Digital literacy is a form of hands-on productive expression using multi-platform devices to write as well as read electronic media.Hartley, J. (2009). //the_uses_of_digital_literacy. St Lucia: UQP. p. 21.

  • Print literacy

  • Digital literacy

  • Digital literacy skillsCollaboratingSharingCreating knowledgeLearning

  • McKewon, L. (2008). Connectivism Wordle. Retrieved 15/9/08 from http://wordle.net/gallery/wrdl/185697/Connectivism Digital literacy skills

  • What does mean for education?

  • SkillsStudents will, of course, continue to learn the timeless core subjects like math and science that are critical to their success. But we will also add new topics including global awareness and life skills to the curriculum. And we will use teaching methods that foster creativity and innovation, critical thinking and problem solving, communication and collaboration, media literacy, leadership and productivity, cultural awareness, adaptability and accountability*.

    *Italics are my emphasisGovernor Ted Strickland. (2009). As reported in the Springfields Schools News and Issues. Ohio. January 28, 2009. Retrieved March 11, 2009, from http://www.springfieldnewssun.com/blogs/content/shared-gen/blogs/dayton/springfieldeducation/entries/2009/03/10/obama_talks_education.html

  • EducationDigital learningEngagementConnected & networkingSharing and collaboratingFiddling & tinkeringLearning togetherFrom the dawn of history. Retrieved July 10, 2009, from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9XQ-xVDklT8

  • SkillsHandling hypertextCritically reading informationCritically reading peopleWriting for an audienceWriting in multiple modesOrganised sharingEngaging diverse voicesAnderson, W. (2009). Becoming Network-Wise. Educational Leadership. 66(6). P. 26-31.

  • Skills

  • What is essentialStrong positive relationshipsHigh expectations of achievement**Digital literacy*Collaboration*Learning communities (PL)Research evidence/reflectiveAn education environment that facilitates and encourages:

  • A place to startShareCollaborateLearnShare good practicePractice distributed leadership

  • What is it really all about?Digital literacy&Leadership

  • Thats our responsibilityPrincipal Research Fellow (Research and Digital Learning)

    whiteg@acer.edu.auGerry White

    *****************Born in 1994That makes them 15 years oldGrown up with technologyWant stuff that worksTheir future is in our hands**Being connected *ConnectedCo-presence (Ito Mizuko)Absent presence (Gergen)Absent presence (Katz)***As at 30th January, 2009

    35,349 members have self-registered with any edna registered service via single sign on (ie Groups, Lists administration, me.edu.au or any combination)23,205 edna Groups (Moodle) members14729 me.edu.au members123,928 edna List email subscribersGroups member growth over 2 year period Jan 2007-December 2008 = 113%Growth in number of communities for same period = 100%Growth in single sign-on (ie all member services) for same period = 127%Growth in email List subscribers for same period = 65%*23,205 members x 301,256 blogs / 781 groups = 89, 508,902***Society used to be harmoniousBut 19C building, 20C teachers and 21C learners**********Not always easyGlitches do happen**