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Collaborating & Presenting Online - Excellence in ICT and Web 2.0 in Schools

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Collaborating & Presenting Online - Excellence in ICT and Web 2.0 in Schools
Learning & Obeying Copyright Laws Creating powerful presentations, websites and blogs are now a common reality for both teachers and students. But is it being done so legally?  Visit this section to learn via entertaining videos, infographics, learning objectives and success criteria, how it can copyright can be respected.

Traditional Copyright: Work cannot be used, adapted, copied, or published without the creator's permission. What does it apply to? All origi.

Interactive ePortfolios Excite your students to embrace selecting, collecting, collating, reflecting, evaluating and presenting their work in the form of fabulous Interactive ePortfolios.  Visit the Interactive ePortfolios section to discover how to harness the interactive power of ICT and learn how family members can access and interact with student Interactive ePortfolios throughout the year.

Race: Are We So Different?, a fabulous exhibit currently at the Pacific Science Center By deconstructing historical, scientific and social ideas of race, the exhibit helps guests understand what race is and more importantly, what race is not.

Access samples and case studies of how to use Google Forms for assessment and reporting

Access samples and case studies of how to use Google Forms for assessment and reporting

Learn about the myriad of ways both students and teachers can make their presentations online, interactive and multi-modal

Race: Are We So Different?, a fabulous exhibit currently at the Pacific Science Center By deconstructing historical, scientific and social ideas of race, the exhibit helps guests understand what race is and more importantly, what race is not.

There are a number of modern day songs that can be analysed during religious lessons.  Visit this section to learn more.

There are a number of modern day songs that can be analysed during religious lessons. Visit this section to learn more.

There are a number of modern day songs that can be analysed during religious lessons.  Visit this section to learn more.

There are a number of modern day songs that can be analysed during religious lessons. Visit this section to learn more.

There are a number of modern day songs that can be analysed during religious lessons.  Visit this section to learn more.

There are a number of modern day songs that can be analysed during religious lessons. Visit this section to learn more.

A Comparison of Social Networks & Cybersafety

Why should schools embrace the use of social networking? Social networking apps in schools can: Have drastic impact on student engagement and learning. Promote schools and connect daily learning to.

Twitter and Facebook in the classroom? Yes it's a reality and it is even being used in primary school settings, in both paper-based form (theory) and online environments (practice).  There are three approaches: Learning Facebook and Twitter norms via paper-based activities Actually using Facebook or Twitter Using protected, for educational-use-only Online Learning Management Systems that imitate Facebook or Twitter.

Why should schools embrace the use of social networking? Social networking apps in schools can: Have drastic impact on student engagement and learning. Promote schools and connect daily learning to.

Blogs and wikis are effective ways for students, teachers, parents and other family members to share & access online work, connect and collaborate.  Visit this dedicated section for a plethary of examples and resources to help anyone set up blogs and wikis, with a particular focus given to setting up blogs and/or wikis in educational settings.

Why should schools embrace the use of social networking? Social networking apps in schools can: Have drastic impact on student engagement and learning. Promote schools and connect daily learning to.

Websites Websites are perfect avenues for students to collate, organise, present and share their work with a wider audience, making their school work readily accessible to their extended family and potentially to a global audience.  Visit this section to view examples of student-made websites and to learn how easy they are to create.

Websites Websites are perfect avenues for students to collate, organise, present and share their work with a wider audience, making their school work readily accessible to their extended family and potentially to a global audience. Visit this section to view examples of student-made websites and to learn how easy they are to create.

Social Networking in Education Social networking apps used within an educational setting can have drastic impact on student engagement. Social network is not just for secondary school students, as the models for good behaviour and digital citizenship must start in primary schools.  Check out this section for implementing social networking in your school.

Social Networking in Education Social networking apps used within an educational setting can have drastic impact on student engagement. Social network is not just for secondary school students, as the models for good behaviour and digital citizenship must start in primary schools. Check out this section for implementing social networking in your school.

QR Codes in Literacy and Art QR Codes are no longer being utilised just by marketing companies. As they have entered the mainstream, a wide variety of bodies have adopted their use, including schools.  Visit this section to discover how you can use QR codes to bring student literacy and art alive.

Let's look at the way we use iPads in the classroom. Are there merely a tool to automate traditionally taught tasks? How do we use the iPad as a tool to TRANSF…

Online Meeting Tools When students work in groups for projects outside of school times, they need to be able to collaborate and communicate online simultaneously with all members of the group. Today's technology makes this quite easy.   Visit this section to find the video and text-based apps that best suit your needs.

Online Meeting Tools When students work in groups for projects outside of school times, they need to be able to collaborate and communicate online simultaneously with all members of the group. Today's technology makes this quite easy. Visit this section to find the video and text-based apps that best suit your needs.