Paper - Non-Refereed

Teaching students about Internet Safety in our Digital Age is very important but perhaps there is an element missing in some of the fantastic Internet Safety programmes. If we are only teaching students about the issues involved in their personal safety online, are we missing the importance and value of teaching them to be more responsible global citizens and better decision makers? Explicit teaching of ethics may empower students with moral competencies which could well support their futures by equipping them with skills and abilities to make more ethical decisions about their behaviour.
This paper is reporting on research conducted in March and April of 2007, which was funded by the NSW Premier
This session provides existing and potential school ICT leaders who are interested in web based applications providing new opportunities for online communication and collaboration. ICT has the potential to enhance the management and administrative capacity of schools by automating processes, thereby freeing school managers to focus on instructional leadership. Teched's online web based applications, automate school scheduling tasks, making paper based systems obsolete.
Greg will cover the emerging technologies that are attractive to children, including web 2.0 tools, mobile devices, interactive whiteboards, e-learning and m-learning. Greg will challenge your thinking, provide food for thought and provide you with guidance for your schools future ICT vision as well as your own professional learning.
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