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Today our guest is: Marcus Mulcahy Carrum Primary School. Marcus is passionate about ensuring our younger generation of students has access to digital technologies and skill development. His work with students and Radio Carrum has been well recognised and he was the recipient of of a Churchill Fellowship in 2017 that allowed him to travel to the US to continue his research on makerspaces in school. Marcus is also the recipient of the DLTV Digitech Educator Award 2018 recognising him for his novel approach to teaching and learning.
In this episode Mel and Andrew interview two amazing early years teachers Katie Bourne & Liz Brown from Aitken Creek Primary School about how they have infused digital technologies into their inquiry unit. Hear how they describe some of the wonderfully creative and critical thinking that their young foundation students exhibit throughout the project.
Welcome back to the DLTV Podcast. Our first interview for 2018 is with Chris Harte from https://www.unstucklearning.design . Chris is one of the Keynote speakers at this years Digicon http://digicon.vic.edu.au . Hear Chris discuss a wide range of topics, from Curriculum as tetris to building online learning communities around science. This is one not to be missed!
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Mary Helen Immordino-Yang https://g.co/kgs/FU3sfV
Paula was the Digital Technologies Curriculum Manager at the Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority. She was responsible for managing the digital technologies curriculum in Victoria from Foundation (Prep) to Year 12. In recent times Paula has been very involved in the development of the Australian Curriculum, for both ICT as a general capability and Digital Technologies. Paula is a member of several state and national committees focusing on ICT/digital technologies education and has presented at state, national and international conferences.
Transcript: Transcript An Interview With Paula Christophersen.docx
Today our guest is: Anne Mirtschin who was the recent ISTE Making IT Happen award recipient. Anne is passionate about virtual classrooms, rural & global education; #skype master teacher; #flatconnections teacher; cofounder Aus eSeries, local/global presenter. twitter.com/murcha
This episode is part of a series that will focus on what is going on in digital learning and teaching. We have some exciting podcasts planned for the rest of 2017 including talking to some of the authors of articles in the DLTV journal, presenters from the DIgiCon conference and finding out what is happening in some of our member schools.
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Episode Transcript Global Connections With Anne Mirtschin Transcript.docx
Clark Burt is a special education teacher and former lecturer and tutor at The University of Melbourne and RMIT. He is currently on Study Leave from Ashwood School and is running intervention studies at schools around Victoria. He is also a committee member of the Australian Association of Special Education (AASE) Victorian Chapter and has worked with the Department of Education developing the Digital Technologies curriculum for levels A – D.
Please take the time to fill out Clark's short 3 min survey for his PhD research into vocabulary www.selage.org
Today our guest is: Rob Flavell who is head of critical thinking at Eltham College and in the past was Director of ICT at Trinity College. From implementing and driving large school wide 1to1 programs to teaching computing and robotics Rob has been at the cutting edge of digital technologies in education.
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Today our guest is: Tony Brandenburg... Tony is an internationally recognized educator who has worked tirelessly for more than thirty five years in education and learning, with a focus on technology. In 2010, he was made a Fellow of the Australian Council for Computers in Education (ACCE), recognizing his work in the field and is a life member of DLTV. At present, he is a freelance consultant with responsibility for several high profile global programs, focusing on professional learning, teacher standards and system change. He manages the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) global initiatives, the ISTE global outreach program and ISTE’s global education partnership and collaborators’ agenda, he is employed as a consultant to UNESCO and provides consultancy support to number of South East Asian and Middle Eastern Ministries of Education. He also provides advice and consultancy to several global non-for profit organizations. He has managed many large-scale projects including many education and technology projects for the Australian government.
Today our guest is: Narissa Leung.
Narissa is the Principal of Campbells Creek Primary School and Guildford Primary School and is passionate about effective use of digital technologies and engaging curriculum. Narissa was the recipient of the prestigious award, the Lindsay Thompson Fellowship in April 2012. It is awarded for exemplary and innovative teaching and learning practice. “I am a globally connected educator passionate about helping kids to become successful and contributing members of a global society.”
Listen to this episode to hear Narissa speak passionately about how her and her team have been integrating digital technologies into their teaching and learning.
Wow! Episode #1 is done. This episode is part of a series that will focus on what is going on in digital learning and teaching. We have some exciting podcasts planned for the rest of 2017 including talking to some of the authors of articles in the DLTV journal, keynotes from the DigiCon conference and finding out what is happening in some of our member schools.
This week we are interviewing Bec Spink. Bec is an Assistant Principal at Aitken Creek Primary School and co-founder of Code the Future a not for profit connecting schools with industry. And we can announce here on our podcast that she will also be one of the keynotes of DigiCon17!
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