Ed Tech Crew 154 - iPads vs netbooks vs laptops debate

Podcast number 154 - March 21st, 2011

[Running time: 1:17:02 mins, size: 53 MB]

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Ashley Proud's students iPetitions:
http://oneofthosepeople.edublogs.org/2011/03/21/my-students-are-trying-to-make-a-difference-to-the-world-that-they-live-in/

Panel participants for the discussion:

Narissa Leung
Narissa is currently an Ultranet coach in Goldfields network of Loddon Mallee Region. Passionate about elearning an interested in all things cybersafety related (have worked as a mediator on Superclubsplus). She was also a one to one teacher in the Loddon Malle netbooks trial for grade 6 studnets.

Twitter: rissL

Corrie Barclay
Corrie is currently the eLearning Coordinator at Manor Lakes College, located in Wyndham Vale.  They are a Mac School with a 1:1 MacBook Program in Years 7, 8 and 9 (Approx. 500 students) and an iPad Trial in our Year 6 Cohort (Approx. 110 students). They also have a bank of iPads in our Specialist Learning Centre for students with Learning Disabilities.Corrie has a strong passion for ICT integration and strongly feels that the use of the iPad as a tool to assist Student Learning cannot be surpassed.

Website: http://manorlakesvicipadtrial.global2.vic.edu.au/
Twitter: @CorrieB
Other: http://teachwithtech.global2.vic.edu.au/

Brett Moller
Brett is the Head of Learning and Educational Technologies at King’s Christian College on the Gold Coast, Queensland Australia.  Brett has worked in education for 11 years both as a classroom teacher and department head.  He is also an Apple Distinguished Educator, having extensive experience working with Apple technologies in schools.

Website:  brettmoller.com
Twitter:  brettmoller

Adam Brice
An Assistant Principal at Ringwood North PS. Apple Distinguished Educator. Involved in the Victorian iPad Trial with our Years ⅚ students (138 devices).
Website: applesforkids.org
Twitter: @adambrice
Other: Used to play guitar in a coverband called ‘Shagwell!’ Yeah baby. Is good looking.

Events

Music Technology in Education Conference
11-13 April 2011 in Burwood, Sydney

 


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