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Collaborating in the Cloud : Ulearn12
Transcript of Collaborating in the Cloud : Ulearn12
1:1 or in a small group
Live text messaging
How do you use Skype in your school? "short & sweet" online collaboration/microblogging
Share ideas, news, events, questions, links
Desktop or mobile
Public or private
NZ users 120,000
How do you use twitter in your school? http://on.fb.me/FTPprogramme http://www.skype.com/intl/en/welcomeback/ "Detailed" collaborative tool like a mini website
Messaging - live or offline
Build a community
Promote your school, class, events
Share ideas, links, videos, photos
NZ users 2.2 million (53%)
How do you use facebook in your school? "Students today can't prepare bark to calculate their problems. They depend on their slates, which are more expensive. What will they do when the slate is dropped and it breaks? They will not be able to write"
Teacher's Conference, 1703 "Students today depend too much upon ink. They don’t know how to use a pen knife to sharpen a pencil. Pen and ink will never replace the pencil”
National Association of Teachers, 1907 "I think there is a world market for maybe five computers"
Thomas Watson, chairman of IBM, 1943 300 First-time Principals, 90 Mentors, 268680 sq km... How? Communicate?
Learn? Mentoring - 5 meetings
Residential - 2 x 3 days courses Face-to-face Collaborative tools
Maximisation of events (3 days stretches to 5 weeks)
Removes isolation and distance barriers
Unites/creates communities of interest
Co-construction of curriculum and resources
Modelling connecting with the school community Online Video Highlights
Password protected or public
High Definition, fast downloading, no ads
How do you use Vimeo in your school? SharePoint 2010 - online repository
+ Google Apps
How do you use Google Apps in your school? http://www.sitehoover.com/ulearn-2011/ Personal real-time browser for connecting with your contacts across multiple social media accounts
eg twitter, facebook, linkedin Reflection/review
1.What opportunities can you see for using these cloud-based collaborative tools in your schools for teaching, learning and administration?
2. What will you do now? 1969 - Birth of Internet (Department of Defense, USA)
1972 - First publically available demonstration of Internet
1973 - First Global Internet
1977 - Email takes off
1983 - Desktop workstations developed
1991 - WWW goes public
1992 - Google (live)
1994 - Yahoo
1995 - Alta Vista (first multilingual search engine)
1995 - Amazon
1995 - eBay
1995 - Internet Explorer
1999 - Napster
1999 - WiFi developed
2003 - LinkedIn
2003 - MySpace
2003 - Delicious
2003 - Skype
2004 - Facebook
2004 - Vimeo
2005 - YouTube
2006 - Google is a verb
2006 - Twitter
2006 - Google Applications
2008 - TweetDeck
2009 - Skype is a verb
2011 - Google + 1996 - 45 million users on the internet (5 years after release)
2000 - 394 million users
2012 - 2210 million users (32%) How many internet users in NZ? 2000 - 830,000 (22.2%)
2005 - 3, 200,000 (74.9%)
2010 - 3,529,390 (83%)
2012 - 3,689,698 (86%)
Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Iceland, Luxemborg, Australia, Falkland Islands ((96%), USA (78%). How many internet users in the world? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Internet_users_by_country "eLearning is learning" What are the implications for you in your work? free, easy online scheduling free tool for managing, promoting (& selling) events online ...some other tools used in the First-time Principals Programme John Locke, Jacqui Patuawa and John Clark
The University of Auckland Centre
for Educational Leadership Collaborating in the Cloud Audience?
Beliefs 'Rapid' change is normal • Only 40% of responding principals felt they were sufficiently prepared to make use of UFB capabilityOver 80% of schools had no specific plan that enabled students to use their own mobile devices for learning in