Slideshows from recent keynote presentations and workshops I've presented.
|Presentation to the SLANZA Aoraki group in Christchurch on Friday 14 September. Focus on thinking about the IT trends that are impacting on the practices in schools regarding the role of libraries.|
|An updated version of the presentation below, focusing on three key areas to be considered when thinking about driving change in schools using a pedagogically-driven decision-making process. These are:
|An overview of two models I've developed to help explain the way in which we need to be thinking about a pedagogically driven approach to decisions about technology, particularly when considering the bigger picture issues around ultra-fast broadband. The first model separates the three key 'layers' of the system as a whole, with the pedagogical investment at the top of the tree, while the second model shows how a pedagogical framework can help drive decision make down, and provide a rationale and justification for investment.|
My presentation of CORE's ten trends for 2012, presented at the Learning@School conference in Hamiltion, February 2012.
Further discussion around each of the trends, with a video introduction to each, can be found on the CORE Education website – http://www.core-ed.org/tentrends
|A summary slideshow illustrating an e-Learning maturity process that is based on what can be observed in classrooms re the interplay between prominence given to ICT and the extent to which this is based on curriculum and pedagogical decisions. This framework was a part of a series of 'tests' that were developed on the basis of a 3-year research project into the work of the ICT-PD clusters in New Zealand between 1999 and 2001 (This was part of what was presented recently to the Te Apiti Cluster)|
|Presentation prepared for cluster seminars at the beginning of 2011. It is framed around four key questions:
I've drawn on the Horizon Report 2010 (NZ-Aus edition) and provided links to illustrations of each of the trends. I've also created a livebinder (link below) which has all of these links listed for easy access.
|Spotlight presentation at the ULearn10 conference in Christchurch, 6-8 October, 2010. Theme of building future focused schools, sharing thoughts and ideas that emerged from the two day pre-conference workshop on 4/5 October. Other thoughts and notes in my .|
|Presentation using LiveBinders that I did to the CHCH branch of the National Speakers Association. Cool way of lining up a series of websites and then making them accessible to others after the event. Click the icon to view the binder:
|Presentation to clusters, July-August 2010 – exploring some of the trends arising from the Horizon Report and other sources, considering the implications for schools and classrooms.|
|Presentation made at the TUANZ Telecommunications Day event in Wellington on Tuesday 20 April, 2010.|
|Slideshow of CORE's ten trends for 2010 – first presented at the Learning at School conference in Rotorua in February 2010. The ten trends are CORE’s prognosis on what are the coming ten major ICT trends that will make an impact upon education in New Zealand (and other parts of the world) in the coming year.|
|The future's not what it used to be!
||This is the keynote address I gave at the ULearn09 conference after the original Thursday keynote speaker was unable to be at the conference.The presentation focuses on the future of education, and the role of emerging technologies as identified in the Australia-NZ version of the Horizon report, and the developments around the advanced network in NZ.
|Keynote presentation to the Adult Literacy Practitioners Association (ALPA) in Wellington on Friday 22 may, 2009. Focusing on the challenges and changes that the use of ICTs into their work with adult literacy learners may bring, and the potential that these technologies offer to enhance the work they do.|
|Presentation designed to provide practical examples of how ICTs can be used to support the development of the key competencies as outlined in the New Zealand Curriculum document. An emphasis is given to using applications that are available freely as illustrations, focusing on the ability of students to be able to access these from where-ever and when-ever they want/need to.|
|An overview of CORE's ten trends re the use of ICT in education for 2009, presented at the Learning@School conference in Rotorua in February, 2009. The presentation provides an overview of key areas that are likely to impact on the decisions made at the school level about investment in and use of ICTs to support teaching and learning.|
|A "Big Picture" presentation aimed at inspiring teachers to expand their vision and think more broadly about the ways in which ICTs may be incorporated into classroom programmes to support the development of 21st century learners.|
|An overview of the various ways in which I use online applications to help manage my life online, including RSS aggregators, calendars, etc.|
|An introduction to the Education Positioning System, an online school review and development tool developed jointly by CORE Education and Dr Julia Atkin. More information can be found at http://eps2.core-ed.org/|
Preparing Learners for their future. Presentation to NZ schools exploring the use of ICTs to support the development of key competencies
Developing the pedagogical vision – online keynote to NZ e-Teachers, exploring the pedagogical drivers and opportunities for virtual schooling