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  1. page Theme 2 Table 8 (Blue) edited ... Another question is: what should be national shared infrastructure and what should be devolved…
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    Another question is: what should be national shared infrastructure and what should be devolved to state/local levels?
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    teachers mainly doing what they've always done.
    is copyright act playing catch up with technology? does it need to be technologyneutral - tried in 2000 extending the photocopy stuff to the internet but it didn't work - internet not a giant photocopier
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    shift to user dominated envrionment that copyright holders have not come to terms with
    facebook terms and conditoins not enforceable as a contract
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    are arise.
    Learning spaces
    What are the implications for the physical spaces provided for learning? How can digital technologies be integrated into exisitng spaces? How can learning spaces be reingineered for 21st century learning? What would they look like?
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Monday, May 4

  1. page Theme 1 Table 8 (Blue) edited {21st Pedagogy.pptx} Theme Theme 1 Table Implications of continuously emerging technologies f…

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    Implications of continuously emerging technologies for learning and learners
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    Facilitator: Jen Millea
    Provocateur: Cherry Stewart
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    Implications of continuously emerging technologies for learning and learners
    Facilitator: John Travers
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  3. page Theme 1 Table 2 (Green) edited ... On Monday morning ... middle school in Adelaide – the English teacher asks ‘what did you put o…
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    On Monday morning ... middle school in Adelaide – the English teacher asks ‘what did you put on the web’ or ‘how did you use your phone’ 'was it ok? did it hurt you?' Then they change posts etc if they can.
    Once a week students are asked to look at you tube and ask is content good or bad, discusss it in class, and then they create a video reviewing a week on you tube and then post it to youtube.
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    Twitter is totally(generally) unmediated and
    Twitter is a good example of one of the major benefits of the network - and that is networking our brain power to deal with various topics. Many professsional groups, and any group, are using Twitter to combine their knowledge pool, and to access that knowledge pool when then need info - and they can get it on demand if they have set up a big enough and on point network.
    Edublogs.riverview.nsw.edu.au
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  4. page Theme 1 Table 2 (Green) edited ... Web 2.0 tools are easy to use – take ephemeral sharing of info and ephemeral aggregation into …
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    Web 2.0 tools are easy to use – take ephemeral sharing of info and ephemeral aggregation into one bit and becomes useable and shareable more widely.
    The intellectual capital of linking can now be captured and integrates with professional materials.
    UK considering implementing twitter, wikipedia etc as part of the curriculum
    - need to teach the concepts rather than the products.
    - can we learn from this initiative?
    current attitude to blocking the services is wrong. need to teach discernment and how to evaluate content.
    Duty of care argument is wrong. Needs to be turned on its head - we are actually failing in our duty of care by not teaching students how to survive in our digital world.

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    Mobility
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  5. page Theme 2 Table 2 (Green) edited ... - can be part of a key rapid response to mass redundancies in regions, large employers etc If…
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    - can be part of a key rapid response to mass redundancies in regions, large employers etc
    If the government does not support eportfolio related iniitatives, growth in this area wll be fragmented and many will miss out on the benefits while a few will be given a distinct advantage. Government also will miss out on the opportunity to improve its knowledge management and workforce development.
    strong agreement around the table that the government should support a national eportfolio initiative from a lifelong perspective.
    Need to demonstrate a valuable outcome to justify funding
    Long term
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