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Tutorial 7 study guide: SICTAS (2009)

SICTAS. 2009. Web 2.0 site blocking in schools. Available at http://www.educationau.edu.au/2009-reports. Accessed 25 January 2010. We will be discussing this resource in class. All resources are available on E-Reserve for this unit. Just read the Executive Summary (pp 7 – … Continue reading

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Tutorial 7 study guide: Notley (2008)

Key point: Site-blocking is not a sensible response to the problem of accessing inappropriate online content at school. Notley, Tanya M. 2008. Online Network Use in Schools: Social and Educational Opportunities. Youth Studies Australia Vol. 27, Iss. 3: 20-29. We … Continue reading

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Tutorial 6 study guide: Juvonen and Gross (2008)

Key point: Juvonen, Jaana and Elisheva F Gross. 2008. Extending the School Grounds? Bullying Experiences in Cyberspace. The Journal of School Health. Sep 2008, Vol. 78, Iss. 9, Research Library p. 496. We will be discussing this article in class. … Continue reading

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Tutorial 6 study guide: Haldane (2007)

Key point: Haldane, Maureen. 2007. Interactivity and the digital whiteboard: weaving the fabric of learning. Learning, Media and Technology. Sep 2007, Vol. 32, Iss. 3, pp. 257-270. We will be discussing this article in class. All resources are available on … Continue reading

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Tutorial 6 study guide: Carrick (2010)

Key point: Web 2.0 provides us with the online framework for effective, constructivist pedagogies. Carrick, Damien. 2010. Bullying and the courts. Podcast. Available at http://www.abc.net.au/rn/lawreport/stories/2010/2888868.htm. Accessed 8 June 2010. We will be discussing this article in class. All resources are … Continue reading

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Tutorial 5 study guide: Yelland (2007)

Key point: Education systems need to respond to new ways of teaching and learning that are more relevant to the digital age. Yelland. 2007. The millennials. Chapter 1 in Shift to the Future. Rethinking learning with new technologies in Education. … Continue reading

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Tutorial 5 study guide: Hoover (2009)

Key point: We need to approach ‘generational thinking’ with caution. Hoover. 2009. The Millennial Muddle: How stereotyping students became a thriving industry and a bundle of contradictions. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 11 Oct 2009. Available at http://chronicle.com/article/The-Millennial-Muddle-How/48772/. Accessed on … Continue reading

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