Two For One Monday: Self Organising your learning in a connected world and redesigning learning tasks
I love a bargain and you can’t beat getting two things for the price of one. This event offers exactly that.
It is even more of a bargain if you are an EdTechSA member as it is free for you ($40 for non members).
As they said in the 1966 Western Big Hand for the Little Lady, “That’s a bargain all right, but a bargain ain’t a bargain unless it’s something you need.” and this is definitely something you need.
We all know how easy it is to leap from one place to the next as we seek to develop knowledge construction for ourselves and our students in this widely connected world. We have all explored ways to ensure we are doing justice to the ICT General Capabilities in our student’s learning. The opportunity to explore these things further with two such talented leaders is what makes it something we need and therefore truly a bargain. You don’t need to be in a 1966 Western to see that.
Led by: Paul Clapton-Caputo (DECD Program Leader, Digital Learning & Communications ) & Karen Butler (Manager: Digital Pedagogy and Resources at DECD)
When: Week 3, Monday 26 October, 2015
Time: 5:00pm – 7:00pm
Where: EDC, Milner Street, Hindmarsh. Room 1.44.
Part 1: Self Organising your learning in a connected world: An exploration of how knowledge construction is different today and how we have moved from have and have not to know and know not. (60 minutes).
Part 2: Redesigning Learning Tasks: Embedding the ICT General Capabilities into Learning Design. Increasing the intellectual challenge and opportunities for critical and creative thinking. (60 minutes).
Cost: FREE Members, $40 Non-members
We look forward to seeing you there.