Wicked NBN Services in Education

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Published on November 12, 2010

Author: regor2012

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‘Wicked’ NBN services in education : ‘Wicked’ NBN services in education Dr Sue Stack Dr Jill Abell Roger Stack bit.ly/tasnbn Slide 2: Our short film has shown us the wonderful level of community support for tackling this problem. We have learnt that cyberbullying can happen to anyone… that bullying behaviour is reinforced when people watch but do nothing. ” “Our Promise” Fahan School's Year 9/10 Computing Classes' video entry for 2010 The Crime Stoppers Youth Challenge. “ Education 2015? : Education 2015? One person to three devices? : One person to three devices? Slide 5: Access to bandwidth hungry resources Slide 6: Hospitality Students Slide 7: Second Life – Virtual Hotel Slide 8: The Marksman Hotel Virtual world video : Virtual world video Virtual hands on – immersive learning “Tell me and I'll forget; show me and I may remember; involve me and I'll understand.” Chinese Proverb Slide 10: v Point of view glasses Slide 11: High resolution Large files 3D animation Online folio Reflection and Assessment Slide 12: 25 students simultaneously accessing Youtube without videos freezing Slide 13: Monday UTAS project Tuesday Campus Wed Home Study Thurs Campus Fri WORK Personal Learning Network Personal Learning Plan Slide 15: Open Access Mobile computing, anytime, anywhere Always connected To info, individuals, groups, events… Immersion Virtual worlds Augmented reality Personalised Learning Choice, building uniqueness, developing skills by ‘doing’ Contributor My unique skills fit a need Crowd sourcing Wholeness Identity, purpose, being, creativity, meaning Student of the future… Slide 16: This is already happening NOW BUT… Slide 17: Closed for business? Virtual worlds YouTube Video conferencing On-line (Cloud) storage Serious on-line games E-portfolios Open courseware Slide 18: It is not just about getting a bigger pipe Education needs End-to-end performance : Education needs End-to-end performance This is a ‘wicked’ problem : This is a ‘wicked’ problem uncertainty – continuing change – multiple stakeholders – multiple values complex relationships – multiple policies – diverse ways of framing the issues Slide 21: Professional Learning perspective Student Pathway perspective Inclusion perspective Education Vision perspective Policy perspective Pedagogy perspective Supporting Technologies Systems support : Systems support Infrastructure Operating systems Learning Platforms Applications Filters, wired and wireless networks, switches, devices, port access, broadband provision Microsoft, Open source Learning Management Systems WEBCT, MOODLE, SharePoint, e-Folios, Wikis Systems support : Systems support Infrastructure Operating systems Learning Platforms Applications Filters, wired and wireless networks, switches, devices, port access, broadband provision Microsoft, Open Source Learning Management Systems WEBCT, MOODLE, SharePoint, e-Folios, Wikis High Band Width Cloud storage Virtualisation Sandpits for innovation Virtual campus Sharing rich content Student devices Challenges to education : Challenges to education Slide 25: Professional Learning perspective: Student Pathway perspective: byline is Inclusion perspective: Education Vision perspective: Policy perspective: Pedagogy perspective: Supporting Technologies: Off campus students same opportunities High performance learning organization “ for the future” & internationalising the experience ICT as the ‘enabler’ PL community supported by an ICT competency framework ICT teaching in practice Performance improvements Slide 26: What does high speed broadband mean to the school? High performance organization: Global partnerships, strategic alliances, internationalised education Unified Communications: VOIP convergence to collaboration, HD Video merging with HD desktop, “collaboration technology” tele-presence, visual communications, web streaming, cloud storage and file transfer, synchronous connections Slide 27: What does high speed broadband mean to the school? Global curriculum: videoconferencing, immersive learning environments, virtual worlds, ‘on-demand’ rich media services, e-learning LMS courseware, video on demand with no spikes, mobile learning – as many personal digital devices as desktops and notebooks E-Learning strategies: Transformative professional learning for staff to revitalise teaching with creativity, innovation, ethical dimensions, habits of mind and thinking skills. Slide 31: AKAMAI ‘on-net’ content or un-metered traffic: Microsoft or AV updates Apple Adobe ABC iView Google Earth YouTube Slide 32: Polytechnic Projects Immersive worlds Virtual campus E-folios Open education Building connectedness, flexibility and agility Slide 33: Gallery Slide 34: Virtual Campus Slide 35: National Education NBN… Net-working agile institutions Shared Services Best for the world Home Education NBN… Campus @ Home World @ Home Home @ World Global Citizenship Slide 36: Imagine a room with people from around the world Connected Culture Personalised Immersive Open & ‘beta’ Collaborative Global Tele-presence Imagining the possibilities for learning in 2015… : Imagining the possibilities for learning in 2015… Slide 38: Augmented Reality Slide 39: Imagine learning to dance no matter how far you live from a dance teacher tibchris Augmented reality Wii, Kinect Slide 40: Imagine controlling a radio telescope from your desktop to search for extraterrestrial life Imagine prototyping your idea by just pressing PRINT : Imagine prototyping your idea by just pressing PRINT Several campuses share one 3D printer Slide 42: In schools in 2015? NEW 2010 VERSION Slide 43: Imagine using global data and networks to help solve local and global issues Imagine contributing to global data to solve planetary issues : Imagine contributing to global data to solve planetary issues Can education help students create preferred futures? : Can education help students create preferred futures? Slide 46:  How can we connect to multiple places of belonging? How can we foster innovation, passion and creativity? How can we share collective knowledge? How can we be productive contributors to the world of work? How can we develop empathy and compassion? How can we see higher perspectives of the whole? How can we profoundly connect to the planet and humanity? How can we be well and safe? A new wave in education? : A new wave in education? Empowered agents Working beyond school walls Schools: Best for the world? Open for Business! Slide 48: Imagine what education could do with technology not yet invented Thank you : Thank you Dr Sue Stack bit.ly/tasnbn Dr Jill Abell bit.ly/jillabell Roger Stack bit.ly/rogerstack Slide 52: Tasmanian Skills Strategy

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