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

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

3 Pedagogical change Major changes – history Trends Online services National curriculum Research Digital literacy What does it mean for education?

4 Major changes – history Internet TCP/IP www Aust n education 04 Brochures Pages Information OLTC IMS Web 2.0TwitterFacebook Del.icio.usNokia 9605 YouTube Flickr eBay Google Wikipedia Amazon.com ServicesConnecting Messaging Interactive Publishing Multimedia Sharing Mass media DER 08 National agreements

5 Major changes – history Internet TCP/IP www Aust n education 04 Brochures Pages Information OLTC IMS Web 2.0TwitterFacebook Del.icio.usNokia 9605 YouTube Flickr eBay Google Wikipedia Amazon.com ServicesConnecting Messaging Interactive Publishing Multimedia Sharing Mass media DER 08 National agreements

6 Cantoni, L How does the web evolve, March 2007, accessed at on 10 March Major changes – history How the web evolves

7 What has changed? Karl Fisch & Scott McLeod (2007). Shift Happens. Did you know 2.0? Retrieved April 22, 2009 from Did you know 3.0?

8 What are some trends?

9 Trends Learning in a virtual environment

10 Touch screen tablet

11 Trend-move to mobile Vincent, T. (2009). Learning in hand. Retrieved June 28, 2009, from

12 Graphic search Tianamo. (2009). Tainamo. Retrieved June 28, 209, from om/index2.php. om/index2.php

13 Interactivity Interacting with objects, technologies and people HOTmaths. Retrieved July 10, 2009, from

14 What about National curriculum? Brilliant Consolidation Enable innovation Implementation Support Accountability

15 What about National curriculum? NCB/ACARA English Maths Science History National agreements Equity Low-SES Teacher quality ECE SPPs DER Indigenous Education

16 Heppell, S. (2008). Learnometer. Retrieved November 22, 2008, from

17 What about online services?

18 Online services Open standards Wireless Eportfolio Open software/content/networks Web services Cloud – SaaS Google Wikipedia Facebook Flickr Twitter YouTube Mobile

19 Cloud computing Hinchcliffe, D. (2009). Cloud computing: A delicate balance of risk and benefit. Retrieved June 15, 2009 from

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

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

22 Education access

23 Online communities

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26 What does research say about education?

27 About students Born 1993

28 Connected Wilson, S. (2005). Future VLE – the visual version. Scotts workblog. Retrieved from April 7, 2009, from

29 Connected People Nodes Hubs Networks Future conferences

30 About students Ito, M

31 Tweens & teens National School Boards Association (2007) CREATING & CONNECTING//Research and Guidelines on Online Social and Educational Networking Retrieved on 16 th August, 2007, from

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

33 Online communities Education.au. (2009). edna hub progress report #2 January Adelaide: EdNA Reference Committee.

34 About teachers 781 Groups; 23,205 members December 31, million members

35 Selected studies BECTa in UK (2004) Impact Studies – UK (2006) ICT Impact – Europe (2006) OECD (2005) PISA (2006 ) TIMSS (2006) NSW Partners (2008) in Learning US Meta-analysis (2009) In what? Language Science Art and design Computing Earth sciences History Mathematics Research - ICT

36 Education access

37 Humanity

38 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.

39 19C 20 C 21 C Education

40 What is digital literacy?

41 Digital literacy

42 Print literacy

43 Digital literacy

44 Digital literacy skills Collaborating Sharing Creating knowledge Learning

45 McKewon, L. (2008). Connectivism Wordle. Retrieved 15/9/08 from Digital literacy skills

46 What does mean for education?

47 Skills Students 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 emphasis Governor Ted Strickland. (2009). As reported in the Springfields Schools News and Issues. Ohio. January 28, Retrieved March 11, 2009, from gen/blogs/dayton/springfieldeducation/entries/2009/03/10/obama_talks_educat ion.html gen/blogs/dayton/springfieldeducation/entries/2009/03/10/obama_talks_educat ion.html

48 Education Digital learning Engagement Connected & networking Sharing and collaborating Fiddling & tinkering Learning together From the dawn of history. Retrieved July 10, 2009, from

49 Skills Handling hypertext Critically reading information Critically reading people Writing for an audience Writing in multiple modes Organised sharing Engaging diverse voices Anderson, W. (2009). Becoming Network-Wise. Educational Leadership. 66(6). P

50 Skills

51 What is essential Strong positive relationships High expectations of achievement **Digital literacy *Collaboration *Learning communities (PL) Research – evidence/reflective An education environment that facilitates and encourages:

52 A place to start Share Collaborate Learn Share good practice Practice distributed leadership

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

54 Thats our responsibility Principal Research Fellow (Research and Digital Learning) Gerry White


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