Paper - Non-Refereed

This session will outline the importance of establishing a social network for both staff and students to fully utilise the potential of web 2.0 tools. It will outline how to become active members of national and global networks, for example twitter, mailing lists, ning sites, wikis blogging and global projects, and give practical examples and uses of each.
The implementation of a software solution to foreground learner centred learning and scaffold authentic assessment practice has been an imperative driving curriculum reform at Catholic Education South Australia (CESA). The interface between the strategic use of ICT to transform teacher practice to position the student at the centre of the teaching and learning cycle has been part of this strategy. In collaboration with Oracle Corporation, a software solution has been developed to support cutting edge leadership to enhance teaching and learning.
What is the etiquette for a mobile phone when out to dinner? On public transport? The volume of a MP3 player on the bus? Technology is part of the daily life for both students and adults but it has happened with no rules of appropriate behaviour. Most of today
Over the years, Martin Levins and Phil Callil have attended many conferences here in Australia and overseas to try to gain a sense of international direction of ICT policy. In this presentation, they outline what they believe to be the ten steps required if schools are to take advantage of the benefits that ICT brings to schools now and over the next five years. The presentation will specifically cover the themes for this ACCE conference and refer to practices at Xavier College in Melbourne and The Armidale School in NSW.
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