ICTEV has started its new webinar series for 2013, Thursdays with ICTEV, between 8:00-9:00pm. The Blackboard Collaborate sessions are scheduled for the second Thursday each month during the school term.
This series gives ICTEV State Councillors and invited guests a chance to talk and discuss topics that are firing them up at the moment. Not only does this webinar series assist participants to increase their own personal learning networks, but the series provides an opportunity for participants to hear and discuss some cutting edge topics in ICT and eLearning.
-8:00pm, Thursday 13th June – Thursdays with ICTEV Webinar: Solving Cybersafety Issues with School Policy featuring the Australian Communications and Media Authority's senior cybersafety advisor Greg Gebhart Register to attend
-8:00pm, Thursday 11th July – Thursdays with ICTEV Webinar: Teaching the Social Media Generation, presented by Victorian Secondary Teacher of the year, Rebecca Spink Register to attend
-8:00pm, Thursday 8th August -- Thursday with ICTEV Webinar: A Collaborative Strategy For Integrating ICT, presented by Bianca Cumine Groza Register to attend
If you have any suggestions or would like to present please contact Professional Development officer Leigh Murphy at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 9349 3733.
Listen to past webinars:
Thursdays with ICTEV - Trending Web 2.0 Tools and Apps – From A Village Perspective - Thurs 16 May
Anne Mirtschin, ICT teacher and Co-ordinator at Hawkesdale P-12 College in rural Victoria, DEECD Web Conference Coach and winner of numerous awards including both ICTEV and ACEC Teacher of the year in 2012 for her innovation and passion in the use and promotion technologies as teaching and learning tools, joined ICTEV for our this Month's Thursday with ICTEV webinar. In our series that takes place on the second Thursday of each month at 8:00pm EST
Anne discussed trending tools and apps and looked at some of those which might be useful to those attending the ICTEV's State Conference which is taking place at Melbourne Grammar School on Saturday the 25th of May. The session covered a lot of ground in it's hour duration featuring a number of tools and resources for those that are looking to connect and share with others both locally and globally.
Thursdays with ICTEV - Jumping off Screens - Thurs 18 April 2013
This webinar was broken into two parts. It includes a brief preview of the upcoming 2013 ICTEV State Conference, 'IT Takes A Village' which will be taking place at Melbourne Grammar School on Saturday the 25th of May and highlighting some of the 100 plus sessions on offer during the day.
Secondly we heard from one of our conference Keynotes, Daniel Donahoo who is a researcher, published author and the director of Project Synthesis where he works with schools and community organisations to support digital capacity and inclusion. Dan shared his thoughts on digital play in our increasingly networked world.
Thursday with ICTEV - Creating A Safe and Effective Digital Culture - Thurs 21 Feb 2013
2013's first webinar was presented by eSmart schools who will focus on how to encourage and support the safe and effective use of learning technologies.
Especially early in the year, setting the foundations of sustainable culture of practice around the safe and effective use of learning technologies at your school is crucial. Establishing effective and protective policies as well as a sound and consistent curiculum about the expectations and dangers of exploration is both a resposnsiblity of each school as well as an absolute efficiency for those that want to open up their classroom walls and connect their students with external learning opportunities and communities.
The webinar explored a number tools and resources to support your class and school to establish a culture of safe and effective learners and will give participants the chance to ask questions and share experiences.
Thursdays with ICTEV - Facilitating technology integration - Thu 22 Nov 2012
This webinar provided participants with an overview of a different way of understanding teachers' technology adoption. The situated learning model, Communities of Practice (Wenger, 1998) provides school leaders and teachers with a specific notion of the concept of 'community' that articulates a range of dimensions which enables schools to deliver directed professional development opportunities.
Thursdays with ICTEV - Who is the expert? Students lead the way in ICT - Thu 25 Oct 2012
Ninety five percent of the people in our schools are students and yet the other five percent make all the decisions including how ICT is used. How can we leverage the expertise of students to increase the uptake of ICT in our schools? This webinar explores a range of programs in Victorian schools where students are helping to build the capacity of staff, students and the school community to use digital tools, including the Ultranet, for enhanced learning.
Thursdays with ICTEV - How tinkering, the maker culture and reality TV are transforming learning
This webinar identifies three trends changing the way people learn with mastery outside of school. The exciting worlds of tinkering, maker culture and even reality television combine to create rich opportunities for learning, apprenticeship experiences and teacher development.
Thursdays with ICTEV - Building Communities of Practice using social media
This webinar will examine the social networks that have become established by educators. It will examine their scope, audience and the different tools ...
Thursdays with ICTEV - Defining Digital Identity
The digital identity of an educator is the online representation of their role within a school or the wider community. With different social ...
Thursdays with ICTEV - The Digital Sandpit
The March Thursdays with ICTEV webinar featured Ben Gallagher from Meredith Primary School discussing their Digital Sandpit program. The Digital ...
Thursdays with ICTEV - Thought Leadership
Leading change is something leaders are faced with frequently as new technologies, contemporary pedagogies and learning spaces evolve. There has ...
Thursdays with ICTEV - Gen Y and their Backpacks of Hidden Treasurers
The February 2012 Thursdays with ICTEV webinar Featured Gail Casey and Darren Hobbs presenting on using social netowrking in classroom environments ...
Thursday with ICTEV - Open Source Options
Open source software has emerged as a real and viable alternative to traditional, proprietary software for use in schools, but there are hundreds ...