Conference Papers: 2006

Title Type Strand
Enabling pedagogy and learning through the capacity of school networks Presentation - Symposium ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Supporting teachers' professional learning and innovation: where to from here? Paper - Refereed Innovation
Interactive distance learning: professional development for teachers and educators Paper - Non-Refereed ICT in Regional, Rural and Remote Areas
iPods:everyone wants one, most have one, anyone can use one! (Navcon Sponsored-speaker) Speakers - Invited concurrent ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Learning engagement online (Microsoft Innovative Teachers Award Winner) Speakers - Invited concurrent Innovation
Converging technologies in the classroom Paper - Non-Refereed Innovation
To paint or manipulate: how is the question? Sponsors and trade session - Trade Exhibition Stage Innovation
User-owned computers: friend or foe in schools? Paper - Refereed Innovation
A cost effective alternative to an IWB Sponsors and trade session - Trade Exhibition Stage Innovation
Digital Learning Portfolios: Essendon North Primary School and the EdCube (Navcon Sponsored-speaker) Presentation - Computer Workshop ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Authentic contexts, technology and learning IT Paper - Refereed Computing Studies
Promoting thinking in a rural classroom with ICT and 'learning to learn' strategies Paper - Refereed ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
Using community cohesion to sustain online professional development Paper - Refereed E-learning
Education and Web 2.0 : what might it mean for transforming education? Paper - Non-Refereed Innovation
Collaborative Web Spaces: Create your own Blog Presentation - Computer Workshop Innovation
The human touch: establishing and facilitating a successful online learning community Paper - Refereed ICT in Regional, Rural and Remote Areas
Podcasting: broadcasting to the education masses Poster - Presentation ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
WikiWorkshop Presentation - Computer Workshop ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
ICT professional learning: Is there a case for change? Paper - Non-Refereed Leadership and Management
Rich, rigorous and relevant: the pathway to powerful learning for students Paper - Non-Refereed ICT in Curriculum and Pedagogy
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