Studies of Asia


I have the pleasure of facilitating another 2 Day workshop for the Studies of Asia group at the Victorian department of education.  Lindy Stirling, State Advisor, Studies of Asia (see the Studies of Asia Wiki) has organised this session at the Clifton’s in blustery Melbourne.

The extensive handouts are available here:

Please begin by using the comments link on this post
to share your personal learning goals for the session.

You can also explore the work created by participants in previous sessions:

1. Smart Online Environment

  • Your current space or
  • Get a Blog
  • Modify the Blog’s Appearance
  • Settings for success
  • Making a Post – embedding YouTube
  • Creating a Page

2. Rich Resources

  • Get a Diigo Account
  • RSS Feeds from Pageflakes
  • Set up a page of feeds
  • Add it as a Pagecast link from your blog
  • iTunes – browse and subscribe
  • YouTube / TubeChop
  • TED Talks

3. Digital Learning Pedagogy

  • Dispositions, Habits of Mind, Intrinsic Motivation
  • Look to Learn
  • ClassPortals
  • WebQuests 2.0

4. Self-managed Learning Framework for students

  • The Remembered 20%
  • Map Skills to Hit 50
  • The Students’ Half

Studies of Asia Links

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6 Responses to Studies of Asia

  1. Aleisha says:

    My goals for these sessions are to learn most ICT tools to use within my classroom and to also integrate Asian Studies into my school/classroom.

  2. Emma says:

    Learning Goal: to develop an understanding of how to use ICT to engage students in Asian Literacy studies (across grade levels)

  3. Anna says:

    My goals are to find some new and exciting ways to use ICT in the classroom. ICT is a big focus at my school at the moment so this course fit in well with my school Professional Development goals.

  4. Jocelyn Hollyman says:

    1. Learn new ways of integrating ICT into Asian Studies lessons.
    2. Improve computer skills.

  5. Lynette says:

    My goals are to have a better understanding of ICT and to incorporate it in my teaching of LOTE mandarin at the primary school level.

  6. Lisa says:

    I am looking for lots of ideas to incorporate in the early years classroom, and even more ideas/resources for my Japanese Culture class.

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