Paper - Non-Refereed

This paper is reporting on research conducted in March and April of 2007, which was funded by the NSW Premier
Look inside the Year Five classroom at St Dominic’s School in Perth’s north-western suburbs on any weekday morning and you’ll see students gathered around three computers; one group guiding classmates through the formatting of a mini book, some finding information about games played in the ‘Forties or replying to a teacher’s journal entry on MyClasses. The conversation is interactive and collaborative as students construct their own understanding of the tasks they need to undertake in a technology-rich classroom.
Few teachers have seen good ICT practice modelled as a part of their own educational experiences. They need to be provided with opportunities to participate in communities of learning with their colleagues, which in turn will encourage effective ICT use in their classrooms. This paper looks at international and national studies about ICT use and highlights some of the innovative programs being run at Strathcona Baptist Girls Grammar School in Melbourne.
Multimedia provides a toolbox of ways to capture the spirit of our culture. In this presentation, you will learn about the Torres Strait communities and cultures and learn about how to assist your students to develop an understanding of this brilliant top end of the country. International visitors can not miss this great and dynamic story, acted out with the assistance of media.
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