ICT in curriculum and pedagogical transformation

This paper describes SmartBots, an online robotics extension program for middle school students (aged 10 to 14 years). This successful initiative ran for the first time in Tasmania in 2007, and was the result of collaboration between the federally funded SiMERR project (Science, Information and Communication Technology and Mathematics Education for Rural and Regional Australia) and CELO (The Tasmanian Department of Education
This presentation will focus on introducing participants to The 21st Century Learning Institute a global program to help educators to teach these 21st Century skills in the context of existing classroom activities, in order to give students a head start in their future careers.
Have you heard the term Web 2.0 but not quite sure what it means for you or your classroom? You
This paper explores how the contextualisation of knowledge for individuals might influence the teaching spaces and teaching practices that are emerging in eLearning environments. The Theory of Knowledge (TOK) program in the International Baccalaureate Curriculum (IB) provides a scaffold to interrogate information and in turn influence knowledge construction. The TOK program provides a three step scaffold that promotes knowledge creation and acquisition, providing a direction for students and teachers as knowledge workers.
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