Iceland Headteachers Conference Keynote - October 2013

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By turning on the web cam layer and clicking on camera…

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I can see what is happening, what the weather is like, what the people are like all over the globe. This ‘real time’ interaction is so important for teaching young people about global citizenship, society and other cultures. One of my new technologies staff was in a school recently as he asked a student if they had used Google Earth. They told him ‘I use it recreationally, but never in school’. When the learning potential of such technology is so obvious, when the software is free – when do we have to start to question why is it not being used?

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The New Learning Landscape olliebray.com 11th October 2013

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#namstefna13

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www.olliebray.com

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In recent times…

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Other stuff…

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I really like cycling…

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"...technology is not going to make teaching easier, it's going to make it different." Chris Kennedy Superintendent of Schools West Vancouver School District

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Let us talk about Technology…

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New Usage Models in everyday life

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How technology has changed things… Shop Play Socialize Finance

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Let us talk about Social Media…

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Let us talk about Social Media… What is it?

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does anyone care?

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Characteristics Source: http://goo.gl/iTFTQ

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Challenges traditional models

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Reverse Hierarchy (bottom up!)

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Communicate

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Collaborate

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Audience

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Open

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non-traditional good communication highly collaborative open authentic audience

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Hellerup School, Copenhagen, Denmark

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Monkseaton, North-East England

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St Monica's Primary School, NSW, Australia

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The number one technology & education myth

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“Technology improves standards”

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Only good learning and teaching improves standards

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Only good learning and teaching improves standards

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New tools OLD tricks

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technology FOR learning

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what are we trying to do? education

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resilient & agile (prepared for change)

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technology FOR learning

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Technology IN learning

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Feedback (&CPD)

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How can we do this digitally? Feedback…

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Learning Credit: http://bit.ly/cqGXk8

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Learning Credit: http://bit.ly/cqGXk8 Good Pedagogy

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Learning Credit: http://bit.ly/cqGXk8 Interesting / Engaging Good Pedagogy

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Back to basics…

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Exciting Learning Culturally Relevant Real-time Interaction Different Learning Pathways Authentic Audience Accessible

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i. culture

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Technology

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How will you use it?

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Dr Marcus de Sautoy

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William Shakespeare

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Source: Classical Comics

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Digital Content

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Appropriate Skills “Getting Information off the Internet is like taking a drink from a fire hydrant” Mitchell Kapor

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“In a world so rich in information and answers the most important skill for the learner is the ability to frame the question” Susan Greenfield, Neuroscientist

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How culturally relevant are learning activities in your school? What do you already do well?

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ii. real time

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Source: http://goo.gl/Qbwx2

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twitter.com/ukwarcabinet

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twitter.com/TitanicRealTime

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How could you make better use of real-time digital interaction to improve learning? What do you already do well?

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iii. pathways

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idea The production process?

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pixton.com

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cc: Noel Jenkins

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cc: Noel Jenkins

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Reconstructing text

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Pirates

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iv. audience Photocredit: heppell.net Hellerup School, Copenhagen

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v. accessible

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Anyone

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Anytime

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Anywhere

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Inclusive

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Exciting Learning Culturally Relevant Real-time Interaction Different Learning Pathways Authentic Audience Accessible

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http://goo.gl/SRNa3

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Thinking Differently

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Swap Ideas

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Collaborate

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Be adventurous

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"...technology is not going to make teaching easier, it's going to make it different." Chris Kennedy Superintendent of Schools West Vancouver School District

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Ollie Bray olliebray@gmail.com www.olliebray.com

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Questions How could you apply the principles of exciting learning to your nursery / school? How could you use social media and other technologies for professional development? How could you use social and other technologies to improve access to your work / school? How could you use Franks key messages to improve technology adoption? List 3 things to do before Christmas… (related to the presentation!) #namstefna13

Summary: Ollie's Keynote at the 2013 Icelandic Headteachers Conference.

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