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Thursday, July 19 • 2:35pm - 3:40pm
Learning Design & New Media

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This workshop will help educators to ensure all learners understand how to apply key lifelong learning skills: planning, questioning, conversing, visualising, emoting and critiquing. These competencies help students became more fluent and creative in designing and producing their media texts where the message must be clear and intentional. Student work uses language, image and sound for self expression, communication and social advocacy.

This framework assists teachers to decide on, and co-develop big ideas with students and to recognise what students bring, not only their prior knowledge but also their misconceptions. It identifies what the intended learning will look like at a particular year level of schooling, and the evidence required for learning to be assessed. This includes the development of formative assessment tasks and providing students with regular feedback.

You will also learn how to tap a Youtube channel and Facebook communication strategy to build a professional community of shared best practice.  

Throughout the program we found more teachers started to engage in critical and reflective conversations with colleagues around their learning design and how digital learning tools can be used for student achievement and for them to produce work of quality.


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Kym Nadebaum

Program Manager, New Media and Virtual Environments, Department of Education & Childhood Services
Kym is a teacher and a leader in the effective use of digital media technologies in teaching and learning in Australia. Based in South Australia at the Department of Education, he is responsible for film making and new media projects with students, and professional learning programs... Read More →

Thursday July 19, 2012 2:35pm - 3:40pm EDT
Berkeley - 2nd Floor

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