Workshop 8: Sunday 9.00-1.00 REGISTER NOW!
ICT, Indigenous Culture, Technology Literacy and YOU, Today, Tomorrow and the Future!"
What's Next? Student Video Podcasts, Student Lead Professional Development, Portable
Media, Nano-Technology and more....
Come to this workshop for a hands on interactive experience building a MultiCultural Video
Podcast using your laptop, external microphone, digital camera or mobile phone. Learn how
Maori emersion, students lead professional development, and MultiCultural curriculum can
supplement your classroom instruction through the use of ICT. These three Educators of
Color have been using ICT in the classroom and their communities for over twenty years.
Come join the fun and add to your ICT tool box. Also Dialogue about "21st Century Students,
19th Century Teachers, and the role ICT plays in a Diverse Society.
Expected Audience: Fun for all, novice, K-12 teachers and experts welcome.
Presenters: Rachael Tuwhangai from the University of Auckland, NZ, James Smith and
Sylvester Robertson, ISTE Minority Leadership Symposium ICT Educators from Seattle and
Los Angeles respectively
Cost: $55 including GST
Welcome & Introductions to Indigenous, Urban and Rural Multicultural content.
Hands-on use of My-ecoach.com, online resource: My eCoach® is a Learning Community that builds sustainable coaching and mentoring programs that allow anyone to learn, share, and connect at anytime from anywhere with Podcasts, Blogs, lessons and more……………………
Hands-on orientation to the experience of the many ways that podcasting can enhance teaching and learning. Podcasting is a powerful tool for education that allows for easy creation, distribution and management of audio, video, and photographic content? Content that can be synched to iPod, or stored on a Laptop - allowing for anywhere, anytime access to learning. We'll cover a basic podcasting workflow from recording, uploading, and publishing.
Ending with: Sharing podcasts of the day.