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Welcome to the ‘EDN 205 ICT in the Classroom’ Power Point presentation Julia Mueller Student number 31020165 . ICT in the classroom - with a focus on health education. By Julia Mueller. ‘If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our students of tomorrow”

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Welcome to the ‘EDN 205 ICT in the Classroom’ Power Point presentationJulia MuellerStudent number 31020165
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‘If we teach today as we taught yesterday, we rob our students of tomorrow”

John Dewey (1859 — 1952)

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Our students have changed radically. Today’s students are no longer the people our educational system was designed to teach

(Prensky, 2001)

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Australia’s students should “be confident, creative and productive users of new technologies, particularly information and communication technologies”(Adelaide Declaration, 1999)

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http://www.deewr.gov.au/Schooling/DigitalEducationRevolution/Documents/DERStrategicPlan.pdfhttp://www.deewr.gov.au/Schooling/DigitalEducationRevolution/Documents/DERStrategicPlan.pdf

use of audio for assessment feedback
Use of audio for assessment feedback

http://sites.google.com/site/soundsgooduk/podcasts

tools and techniques for practical use of ict
Tools and techniques for practical use of ICT
  • A podcast- Body image on ‘Best of Moyles’ BBC Radio
  • Using Technology in Education
    • YouTube video
  • ReachOut.com
    • Website
  • Skiba, Diane J. "On the horizon: technologies coming to your school soon." Nursing Education Perspectives 31.2 (2010)
using a podcast for health education
Using a Podcast for health education

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fj3iSZ4QHvQ

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Discussion of the featured Podcast

  • The podcast is current (2008)
  • and the language used is easy to understand for students
  • The content is relevant
  • The podcast is supported by visual elements to follow the content
  • The images used are ‘real people’
  • The podcast is entertaining
  • It delivers ‘the message’ in a non-academical and non-schooling way
  • There is more than one speaker which makes it confusing who is talking
  • The podcast is a recording from a radio program, it is very casual
  • There is no advise on how to deal with negative body images
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Using a YouTube video for health education

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s31Y3OG04Cw

discussion of the featured youtube video
Discussion of the featured YouTube video
  • The video is current (2008)
  • The video shows a range of views: student, teacher, health professional
  • The video presents mental health issues in a non-threatening and non-judgemental way
  • There are facts to relate to
  • The video is fast paced which ensures engagement
  • The video invites students and teachers to visit the ReachOut website for interaction
  • There are no actual classroom examples on how to teach mental health problems
  • The video might be a bit long for some students to watch (6.46 minutes)
  • There is only one student- a boy and a girl could have ensured equal interest
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Using a Website for Health education

http://au.reachout.com/find/articles/body-image-how-to-love-the-skin-youre-in

  • Mental health difficulties
  • Alcohol + other drugs
  • Managing independence
  • Loss + grief
  • Physical health issues
  • Safety + violence
  • School, uni + TAFE
  • Sex + pregnancy
  • Sexuality + coming out
  • Family + other relationships
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Discussion of the featured Website

  • The website is informative and comprehensive
  • Nettiquette is paramount
  • Aimed at students and teachers
  • Easy to navigate with many links for further information
  • Students could feel overwhelmed by the amount of information
  • Students might feel that the site is not for them as it is for educators as well
a website promoting healthy eating
A website promoting healthy eating

http://www.bbc.co.uk/northernireland/schools/4_11/uptoyou/index.shtml

for lower primary
For lower primary

http://www.cyh.com/SubDefault.aspx?p=255

interactive page for upper primary
Interactive page for upper primary

Are your pants too short? Are you tired of being the tallest girl and taller than most of the boys? What is that fuzz over your lip—is it dirt? Is everyone calling you clumsy and klutzy because you trip over your big feet? Does your voice change in the middle of sentence—high one minute and deep the next? And, what is that smell? Are you embarrassed with all the things that are changing about you?

These are signs that you are in for BIG changes ahead. So buckle up, this is going to be quite the thrill ride. Some of these changes might bother you while others might make you happy. All in all, this—PUBERTY—is a natural and normal process—it's just your body doing what it's supposed to be doing! Your body is just preparing you to be an adult. Your body grows faster and changes more than in other time in your life except as a baby. And, everyone goes through it.

Check in with Daniel to find out what's what, and why.

http://www.bam.gov/sub_yourbody/yourbody_bodysmartz.html

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Skiba, Diane J. "On the horizon: technologies coming to your school soon." Nursing Education Perspectives 31.2 (2010): 114+

  • The annual Horizon Report identified critical issues and trends for 2010 as:
  • The large quantity of resources and relationships generated by open resources and social networks is increasingly challenging teachers to revisit their roles in "sense-making," coaching, and credentialing.
  • More and more, people expect to be able to work, learn, study, and connect with their social networks, whenever and wherever they desire.
  • Technologies are becoming more decentralized.
  • Students are increasingly seen as collaborators, and there is more cross-campus collaboration.
  • social networks is increasingly challenging us to revisit our roles as educators in "sense-making," coaching, and credentialing.
  • * More and more, people expect to be able to work, learn, study, and connect with their social networks, whenever and wherever they desire.
  • * Technologies are becoming more decentralized.
  • * Students are increasingly seen as collaborators, and there is more cross-campus collaboration.
discussion of the featured article
Discussion of the featured article
  • The article is aimed mainly at nursing
  • The article concentrates on the American situation
  • The article is current (2010)
  • The article gives insight on issues and trends
  • The article gives suggestions on how to integrate technology into the teaching practice
  • The article encourages reflection about existing teaching practices
  • Easy to access, being HTML format
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REFERENCES:

  • Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations. (2011) .Commonwealth of Australia. http://www.deewr.gov.au/Schooling/DigitalEducationRevolutio n/Pages/default.aspx. Accessed, 16/9/11, 6.24 am
  • Dewey, J. (1902). The child and the curriculum.
  • Dewey, J. (1938). Experience and Education.
  • Inspire Foundation. ReachOut.
    • http://au.reachout.com/find/articles/body-image-how-to-love-the-skin-youre-in
  • Ministerial Council on Education, Employment, Training and Youth affairs. (1999). http://www.curriculum.edu.au/mceetya/nationalgoals/index.htm. Accessed, 16/9/11, 6.39 am
  • Skiba, Diane J. (2010). On the horizon: technologies coming to your school soon.Nursing Education Perspectives 31.2 (2010): 114+. http://0find.galegroup.com.prospero.murdoch.edu.au/gtx/infomark.do?&contentS et=IACDocuments&type=retrieve&tabID=T002&prodId=AONE&docId=A22524 7244&source=gale&srcprod=AONE&userGroupName=murdoch&version=1.0 Accessed, 17/9/11, 9.15pm
  • Sounds Good: Quicker, better assessment using audio feedbackhttp://sites.google.com/site/soundsgooduk/podcasts Accessed, 16/9/11, 1.32 pm
  • Wagstaff, P. E. (2007). Educational Podcasting: Fad or Future? Monash Universityhttp://conferences.anzmac.org/ANZMAC2007/papers/P%20Wagstaff_1a.pdf.
  • Accessed, 18/9/11, 5.31 am