Tech Talk Tuesdays: Student Leadership and Digital Citizenship
When:- Tuesday 21st February, 4-5pm Melbourne, Australia time (gmt+11)
About the session:– We often think of student leaders as leading sports terms, or being representatives on Student Representative Councils, or organising fundraising etc.
In the 21st Century, students can be much more sophisticated leaders. They can be citizenship leaders and provide real authenticity to curriculum delivery. They often have a better understanding of the world they operate in than teachers do,. They can also create content that other students will be highly responsive too.
Mark Richardson will demonstrate how student leadership modules for CyberSafety and Digital Citizenship can be planned, delivered, assessed and evaluated. Such modules can be vital to the success of these programs in schools. He will draw on two successful programs conducted with Grade 5 students in the Hobson’s Bay Network of DEECD, Western Metropolitan Region. This module structure he will outline can easily be adapted for other year levels.
About our presenter: Mark Richardson has taught in primary schools for many years.He also has extensive experience planning and delivering professional learning to teachers in ICT / eLearning.
His current interests are
- Learning Spaces and Places
- Digital Pedagogies,
- Online Teaching and Learning
- Digital Citizenship
Here is the link to the recording. You may enter 15 mins before the session begins.
eT@Lking: Trending Tools for 2012
When: Wed 22nd February, 8-9pm Melbourne, Australia time (gmt+10)
About this session: Join us for an informal discussion on possible trending tools for 2012. Pintinterest is a trending topic on many online sites. Have you used it? What can you share? Will this be a trending tool? What other tools do you think will be trending? Hope you can join us, share in the conversations and build a list.
Where: Here is the link to the recording