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resources from John Davitt days 2014

Page history last edited by John Davitt 12 years, 3 months ago

If you've been on a workshop with me (John Davitt)  in the past year - I may well have mentioned some tools or ideas but forgot to give you a proper link to them. The idea of this page is that you get a second chance and all resources that I've made or shared  (or even found since we last  met) will be listed here. 


The Learning Event Generator is here 


The Learning Score... my timeline tool for lesson planning is here


My Blog is here with details of 4 word feedback and notebook scanning 


Find out what QR code readers are available for your phone here


Make your own QR code here


John's Presentation notes and links


John's Freelearning Creativity Matrix



ICT in the classroom

We built a  school
of our collective wisdom using a simple Google form and got 40 entries in 30 minutes  
We shared a small idea/skill that had a powerful result 
It is ephemeral-will only last a few more days
See the group wisdom at www.bit.ly/schoolofthemoment

First iterations of new tech are usually feudal
How do you like your..toast?
we looked at the sensory matrix 
for content & activity 


Free sound editor lets learners see their voices and music as a wave form that they can edit and multiple tracks can be recorded
You also need the lame driver a free file leame _enc.dll that lets Audacity export MP3 files


Summary of my last slides....

Build for the future..
no one device – organic?
ebb & flow  fonts
Every school a TV station? Lid Zone 
Embrace the “age of agility” twitteresque cpd
Walk many paths even the 10 cent curriculum
Celebrate your own learning curve ? 
Open the bandwidth of talents
Think broad & innovate Skype tutorial / subject tweet
Prepare for Internet of things & tablets

So…Time for.. Gov translation
Making things
Telling stories
How can new tools help us amplify, extend and share? Faultline of formal>social
Tweak our vocab of expectation
Creativity & constraint leg et al 
Otherwise history will say ‘’they had what tools..they did what with them?”

Get ready for outdoor learning 
& the internet of things 

 Possible follow ups to John’s session
Formative feedback via voucher
Keep your own slant on new tools
Explore role of sound & film &*(audacity & commoncraft style approaches)
Elevate activity design to an art formExplore active learning props like the Learning Event Generator   Trial use of tools like Learning Score for group lesson design
Celebrate different talents
Touchatag for RFID

Silos of content 
await the orchestra* of activity


Zulu and Xhosa versions are also ready and will be on the Schoolnet site next week :) Thanks to all who helped in the crowdsourcing of the translation into all 11 South African languages.


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