ACEC – Workshop


Thursday, 8 April 2010 4:00 – 5:30 in room 207

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Here’s the Workshop blurb: This session follows on from the keynote “It’s broke, so fix it” and details the main strategies discussed. Find out how Web 2.0 tools and rich media can be integrated into a research based framework that finally makes the shift from teacher-directed to student-managed learning that spans a student’s school years and results in greater achievement and preparation for their futures.

Take a targeted Self-assessment for skills related to the strategies below: Digital Learning Skills List Checklist (doc)

Here’s a snapshot Roadmap for  integrating Web 2 tools into these three strategies.

Look to Learn



A New Take



ACEC- Melbourne

speaking-at-acec2010_0Many of us in the EdTEch world in Australia will spend much of this week in Melbourne at the Convention and Exhibition Centre to attend The Australian Computers in Education Conference 2010. I’m looking forward to seeing many colleagues and friends, including Alan November, Lynn Davie, Jenny Luca, Greg Gebhart, Geoff Romeo, Adam Elliot, Trudy Sweeney and Sue Urban.

Tom March Sessions

Wednesday, 7 April 2010

Thursday, 8 April 2010

You can download a handout of links for the sessions.

Comment on the Keynote, especially Wikicademy and iPademy

Alan November, Lynn Davie, Jenny Luca, Greg Gebhart, Geoff Romeo, Adam Elliot, Trudy Sweeney, Sue Urban
Tom March Sessions
Wednesday, 7 April 2010
1:30 – 2:30 Plenary Hall Choose Your Own Keynote: Tom March – “It’s broke, so fix it” – re-making education for our digital era
4:00 – 5:00 Soapbox Tom March on his Soapbox
Thursday, 8 April 2010
16:00 – 17:30 207 Tom March “It’s broke,so fix it” Tom March Workshop

WebQuests 2.0 Workshop

For the next two days we’ll be working on developing WebQuests at the of Independent Schools Victoria

Rich Tasks for Maths

The Big Picture

What is our most important job as teachers in a world of Layars and Sixth Senses?

Working with teachers in South Australia as we explore how Web 2.0 and ICTs can support Rich Tasks in maths.   Here are the notes for the session and a worksheet for participants.

Main Strategies


Resources and Inspiration

Readings & Reflections