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HKPU Presentation


Clive Dawes

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Nintendogs as a stimulus
for non-chronlogical report
ICT in the 21st Century Classroom:
An international school perspective

Clive Dawes
Kellett School, Hong Kong

a significant contribution to the quality of learning.
already a strength: the commitment to the further development of technology and innovation is exemplary;
or a ICT lesson using Google Sketch-Up to tessellate squares, activities often feel like those of a sixth form,
standards being attained are well above average. exemplary.
the imaginative use of ICT by many teachers encourages spiritual and creative development.
inspired a high standard of writing
innovative methods
impressive results
Report by Penta International inspectors - April 2010
The 21st Century Landscape
social networking
instant, community driven news
the user as creator
uncertain workplace
digital immersion
broadband technologies
handheld devices
video on demand
copyright blur
advent of web 2.0
free e-mail
globalisation + outsourcing
massive muti-member communites
The 21st Century Learning Landscape
anytime anywhere learning
games as learning tools
muti-modal, digital texts
particpatory cultures
handheld, mobile technologies
global connectedness
community engagement
References & Resources
The Right Technolgy for the Right Task at the Right Time ( EDB Oct 2007)
Inanimate Alice
Web 2.0
Handheld & Mobile Learning Presentation - University of Hong Kong - Oct 2010
Games Based Learning Videos:
James Paul Gee:

Tim Rylands:

Derek Robertson:
To extend ethos of play as a learning tool established in early schooling
To ‘tap in’ to the dominant media in the experience of students aged 6+
To give an alternative authentic context for writing
To use 21st Century resources in our classrooms - “Good teachers use Good resources”
Collaboration and opportunities for S&L
Lengthy & well-written reports, across different abilities
Appropriate headings and facts – children knew what the wanted to say
Real-life context
They didn’t want to stop
Endless Ocean

Identify words/ phrases/ figurative language that adds to imagery.
Choose and combine words, images and other features for particular effects

To plan, draft and write a newspaper article that contains both factual and opinion-based content.

Collect data and put it in a table to help explore an idea and find out more about it
Remix Culture
Session Two - 7.30-9.30
The Changing
Developing learning
through gaming
Using animation
to create dialogue
in groups think of a question to ask students about
the film and post it to the Wallwisher link above
Media Literacy
reading film
Other ideas!
With your partner/group devise a plan for using Machiarium in your classroom.

What will your learning objectives be? How many lessons would you need?
Some ideas might include; narrative text, journal writing, descriptive writing, instructional text.

Add a brief outline of your lesson ideas to
British Council Mobile Learning Apps
21st Century
What a treat! I think it has been circulated to the whole family and has been enjoyed by all. Many thanks for the effort put in by all. It's wonderful.

such a wonderful idea - very sweet

thank you for sharing!

Granny in the UK was so delighted and cheered her up after her being knocked down by a car recently- she's 83!
teachers and students are using blogs, wikis, and RSS feeds for collaborative learning and sharing knowledge in cyber-connected communities. The value of such peer-to-peerknowledge exchanges and collaboration is that the more a student knows about a relevant subject, the more he/she is recognized and sought
out by peers for his/her knowledge. In turn, the more he/she shares his/her knowledge, the deeper and richer his/her understanding of the subject becomes. In addition, by facilitating students to work together to investigate problems according to their interest, these applications can help them develop inquisitive learning skills.
Google Maps
What next?!
21st Century Curriculum
20th century curriculum
The move to truly authentic,
personalised learning
Students and teachers able to efficiently
filter information and use appropriately
Ongoing, relevant professional development
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