Tuesday, 9 September 2008
You might like to direct me to others.
Shift Happens- UK
There are a number of these Shift Happens videos, many of them derivative of each other, but the message is the same.
21st Century - Pedadogy - Greg Whitby
Greg Whitby works in Catholic Education in Australia and this is one of a number of videos he has made.
His basic message is that education as we know it has to change - it is currently based on a 19th industrial model.
Change the World in 5 minutes - Everyday at School
An Australian video from Film Australia about what students can do to change the world.
Education Today and Tomorrow
A comparison of the old and the new.
Learning to Change - Changing to Learn
The CosN video: a who's who in education talk about changes we must make.
3 steps for 21st century Learning
What skills do our students need to learn?
The 21st Century: What will it Look Like?
A year by year analysis of how the technology will change.
What the Future Cellphone will be Like!
Computers of the Future
virtual keyboards?? what next?
The Ultimate Irony
- in an Australian educational setting you may not have been able to watch these videos.
Educators won't be able to watch this video, Greg Black, CEO of education.au, poses a challenge to the 2008 OECD conference delegates regarding the barriers teachers and students face in using web-based tools.
Thursday, 4 September 2008
The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) and the Pearson Foundation announced the official launch of a new public service announcement (PSA), Learning to change, changing to learn. This five minute video shares the views of an international panel of key educators and thought leaders including Education.au CEO Greg Black.
Once again you may not be able to view it at school. Let me know how you fare.
This veritable who’s who of educational thinkers (Keith Kruger, Greg Whitby, Greg Black, Julie Evans, Stephen Heppell, Yong Zhao, Barbara Nelson, Cheryl Lemke, Susan Patrick, Chris Dede, Karen Greenwood Henke, Deborah Baker, Daniel Pink, and Ken Kay) are all asking what learning in the 21st century should look like.
The Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) has extended an invitation via YouTube http://youtube.com/futureinternet for people to ask questions and share ideas on the future of the Internet ahead of its conference in Seoul, Korea on 17-18 June 2008.
education.au CEO Greg Black has made the following submission of behalf of education.au. Titled Educators won't be able to watch this video, Greg poses a challenge to the conference delegates regarding the barriers teachers and students face in using web-based tools.
So you may not be able to see this video in your workplace.
Leave me a note to say where you watched it.