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ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning Primary & Middle Years Bands. ICT Infrastructure & Teacher Ed Changes. DECS tech 2001: $85 million over 5 years Increase in Computer:Student Ratios School LANs and WWW access Increase in Teacher ICT Literacy Levels

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icts for the futures essential learning primary middle years bands
ICTs for the Futures Essential LearningPrimary & Middle Years Bands

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

ict infrastructure teacher ed changes
ICT Infrastructure & Teacher Ed Changes
  • DECStech 2001: $85 million over 5 years
  • Increase in Computer:Student Ratios
  • School LANs and WWW access
  • Increase in Teacher ICT Literacy Levels

e.g. LoTi ICT Competence Levels (1-7 )

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

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http://www.peak.org/~labquest/NBEA/LoTi/index.html

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

sacsa principles
SACSA Principles

Broad principles that underpin the SACSA Framework

  • A curriculum framework - not the whole curriculum.
  • A coherent and consistent description of curriculum content and learning outcomes
  • The basis for more detailed curriculum construction
  • Futures - orientation

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

icts in key ideas eg science middle years
ICTs in Key Ideas eg Science Middle Years

Students select and use observational instruments and digital and electronic technologies to develop understandings about structures and events in the universe. They appraise, and share opinions about, the ethics of space exploration. [F] [In] [C] [KC2] [KC7]

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

icts in standard outcomes eg s e middle years
ICTs in Standard Outcomes eg S&E Middle Years

Explicit in Key Idea

Students access, investigate, interpret and represent information from field-work, electronic systems and other research, in order to explain local and global interactions and relationships between people and environments. [In] [T] [C] [KC1] [KC2]

Explicit in Standard Outcome

4.5 Hypothesises, then collects, records, organises and evaluates data from field-work, print and electronic sources, in order to analyse local and global, environmental or socio-economic issues. [In] [T] [C] [KC2] [KC5] [KC6] [KC7]

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

essential learnings
Essential Learnings

Communication

= Literacy, Numeracy & ICTs

Futures

Interdependence

Identity

Identity

Thinking

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

essential learnings 5 communication
Essential Learnings # 5: Communication

Explicit References in

  • SACSA Rational
  • Each Learning Area / Band Statement

eg Arts Middle Years

Literacy Numeracy & ICT in Arts

Learners develop and use operational skills in information and communication technologies to critically design and construct texts, search for and sort information, and communicate with others. Examples of this learning are evident in arts when students develop, produce and present animation, computer imaging, computer-aided design and digital and electronic recording.

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

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Design & Technology Learning Area

Students apply their knowledge of the characteristics of materials and equipment when creating solutions and designing to meet criteria related to function, aesthetics, sustainability and production. [F] [In] [KC3] [KC6]

This includes such learning as:

developing detailed knowledge of the respective properties and potential of many materials, including data, in order to optimise production requirements for sustainable designs [F] [T]

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

ict in sacsa summary
ICT in SACSA Summary
  • An influential curriculum framework
  • Two layers of embedding (KI & EL)
  • Design & Technology umbrella
  • Cert I benchmark rich
  • Over 333 references in total
  • 184/360 across Key Idea
  • Use of ICT is not limited to these references
  • Focus is on learning and the use of ICTs to support/enhance the learning

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

essential learnings futures
ESSENTIAL LEARNINGS: FUTURES

What perspectives will we need to meet the critical challenges of the future?

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

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ESSENTIAL LEARNINGS: FUTURES

4 Elements include:

  • Developing an understanding of patterns and connections within systems.
  • Understanding world views when analysing future challenges.
  • Building scenarios of preferred futures.
  • Acquiring skills to thrive in a fast changing world rather than becoming casualties of such change.

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

futures as an area of study
FUTURES as an area of study
  • From Fear to Empowerment
  • Rationale
    • Rapid change makes many past assumptions redundant
    • Forward thinking (forsight) is preferable to crisis management
    • Future visions motivate people
    • Young people have a natural interest
  • Forsight Institutehttp://www.acfcp.org.au/www.aboutforesight.net/welcome.htm

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

futures study resources
FUTURES Study Resources:
  • Slaughter, R. Futures Concepts & Powerful ideas
  • Slaughter, R. Tools & Techniques
  • Australian Foresight Institute
  • Australia 2020 Foresight for our Future (Research Paper 18 2000-01)
  • Bureau of Meteorology - Home Page
  • Camford – foresight
  • Crystal Waters College - Programmes
  • Education Strategies and the Future
  • Education, Foresight and Global Citizenship valuing the needs of present and future generations
  • Emerald Journals, Foresight
  • GW Forecast
  • hp invent the future
  • http--pceta.asn.au-resources-TSM2-Topic Planner - Sustainable Tourism +EL FUTURES.doc
  • Mathematical Modeling in a Real and Complex World
  • MobyGames - SimEarth The Living Planet
  • New Futurist
  • Observation Deck Window on the Future
  • Origins of Strategic Foresight - Australian Foresight Institute
  • Plausible Futures Newsletter
  • Shall We Teach with a Game
  • SimCity
  • SimEarth
  • The Communication Centre Research Program Areas - Faculty of Business
  • The Futures Foundation
  • The World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) White Papers
  • Virtual Antarctica Ecology
  • Welcome to GW Forecast
  • Welcome to the Australian Foresight Institute
  • Welcome to the World Future Society

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

a basic model of futures work
A Basic Model of Futures Work

Refer handout page 27-34 discussion of particularly fig 6a

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

futures methodologies tools
FUTURES Methodologies/Tools

Capacities

Reasoning

Analysis

Extrapolation

Learning

Foresight

Thinking

Imagination

Intuition

creativity

Methodologies/Tools

Scanning

Forecasting

Scenarios

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

scanning information gathering
Scanning & Information Gathering
  • Making future files
  • In order to gather materials on current trends, issues, events and future possibilities, students can begin to collect their own resources.
  • The Internet & search engines
  • The schools intranet as a publishing medium
  • MS Word & Other publishing tools
  • Text & Graphic Scanner

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

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Scanning & Information Gathering

Output

Internet medium

– e-mail distribution lists - list servers - forums - chat rooms - web quests

  • Environmental Scanning
  • Passive vs. Active
  • Scanning Frame: Key Questions
    • What am I scanning?
    • Why am I scanning?
    • What issues need to be addressed?
    • What specific areas to monitor?
    • What media to use?
    • What key indicators to use?
    • How to recognise signals?
  • Organisational context: Key Questions
    • What human and technical support?
    • Who will use the results?
    • How will the results be communicated?
    • How are records kept?
    • Who and how to evaluate?

strategy-formulation

strategy-formulation

policy making

curriculum development

special projects

etc…

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

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Scanning & Information Gathering

A Delphi Survey (RAND Corp USA)

Expert Research Team

Expert Consultants (10-30)

First Round of generalised Questions with cover letter

Analyse responses

Construct and send out Second Round of questionsfocussing on gaining greater depth of understand from issues/problems raised from first round responses

Analyse Responses & prepare Summary

ICT Tools: databases, spreadsheet, word processing, online surveys eg zoomerang http://www.zoomerang.com/

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

forecasting
Forecasting

Time lines

Preferable future

The past

Probablefuture

ICT Tools: Visio, Inspiration, MS Office drawing tools,

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

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Forecasting

Future Wheels or Webs

Increased cost of and pressure on social services

Grey power protests

More elderly people

Increase taxes

More poverty

Doubling the Human Life Span

Pressure on natural resources

Poorer promotional opportunities for the young

Fear of over population

Overcrowding & erosion of beauty spots and parks

Pressure to have less children

ICT Tools: Visio, Inspiration, MS Office drawing tools,

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

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Forecasting

Cross Impact matrix

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

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Forecasting

Time lines

Preferable future

The past

Probablefuture

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

futures software tools geographical information systems gis
FUTURES Software Tools:Geographical Information Systems (GIS)

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

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FUTURES Software Tools:Geographical Information Systems (GIS)

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FUTURES Software Tools:Geographical Information Systems (GIS)

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FUTURES Software Tools:Geographical Information Systems (GIS)

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FUTURES Software Tools:Geographical Information Systems (GIS)

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FUTURES Software Tools:Geographical Information Systems (GIS)

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FUTURES Software Tools:Geographical Information Systems (GIS)

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FUTURES Software Tools:Geographical Information Systems (GIS)

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FUTURES Software Tools:Geographical Information Systems (GIS)

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FUTURES Software Tools:Geographical Information Systems (GIS)

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

futures software tools simcity
FUTURES Software Tools:SIMCity

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

futures software tools online web resources
FUTURES Software Tools:Online Web Resources

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

futures software tools online projects web quests
FUTURES Software Tools:Online Projects & Web Quests

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

futures software tools online collaboration tools
FUTURES Software Tools:Online Collaboration Tools

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

futures software tools electronic spreadsheets
FUTURES Software Tools:Electronic Spreadsheets

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au

futures software tools online surveys
FUTURES Software Tools:Online Surveys

ICTs for the Futures Essential Learning-Russell Phillipson, Policy Oficer ICT & Curriculum, Phone 8226 4314, email: phillipson.russell@saugov.sa.gov.au