Connecting educators interested in innovation
Please note that this session was presented by Anne Mirtschin as David was unable to present due to losing his voice. David's session will take place in a few week's time. Here is the link to the recording of Anne's presentation.
David Simpson will share his experiences in implementing a 1:1 environment in his school. He will outline the process that my school has followed for the whole-scale introduction of 1:1 computing in a large Government secondary school in the northern suburbs of Melbourne.
This implementation has not been without challenges but has been in place for 6 months and the benefits are becoming clearer with each passing week.
This session would be ideal for anyone that has been down this road or is thinking of heading this way. The areas discussed will move beyond 1:1 in the classroom and also into broader areas of management, security, resourcing (booklists, etc.) and teacher pedagogy.
David is eLearning Leading Teacher at St Helena Secondary College, Victoria, Australia
Here is the link to join this session.
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