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Thursday, August 14

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    Essentially the idea of participatory action research in Australian education is not new and has been practiced in the form of Parents & Citizens Associations at most schools, student councils and business and industry relations, and in teacher development. This is a proposal to renew and continue such forms of public participation in public education on an equal and engaged footing, in a process of participatory action research.
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Friday, April 18

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    The author of this claim is facing the possible collapse of his business model. Therefore it is natural for him to believe this claim, and to demand (in the rest of the speech [Bronfman]) that the Internet be designed to allow content producers to continue their current mode of operation. However, while one can admire the poetic language of this claim, all the evidence of this paper shows the claim itself is wrong. Content has never been king, it is not king now, and is unlikely to ever be king. The Internet has done quite well without content, and can continue to flourish without it. Content will have a place on the Internet, possibly a substantial place. However, its place will likely be subordinate to that of business and personal communication.
    The Digital Disconnect: The widening gap between Internet-savvy students and their schools
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    Many schools and teachers have not yet recognized—much less responded to—the new ways students communicate and access information over the Internet. Students report that there is a substantial disconnect between how they use the Internet for school and how they use the Internet during the school day and under teacher direction. For the most part, students’ educational use of the Internet occurs outside of the school day, outside of the school building, outside the direction of their teachers.
    Noticeable how I have not come across research like this in Australia. Were are the interviews of Australian net savvy high school students?
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Tuesday, April 8

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    Published again in the December 2005 edition of the International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning.
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Saturday, January 26

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    A critique originally written for the Knowledge Tree.
    Published again in the December 2005 edition of the International Journal of Instructional Technology and Distance Learning.
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    In this critique the author considers how digital literacy affects teaching practices in Australian education. Consideration is given to understandings of digital literacy, the impact of open source software and the place of content within the worldwide rapid publishing and networked learning revolution (Web 2.0). Participatory action research is suggested as an approach to developing awareness of new models for online learning, improving digital literacy skills and enabling networked learning practices in Australian education.
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    Many schools and teachers have not yet recognized—much less responded to—the new ways students communicate and access information over the Internet. Students report that there is a substantial disconnect between how they use the Internet for school and how they use the Internet during the school day and under teacher direction. For the most part, students’ educational use of the Internet occurs outside of the school day, outside of the school building, outside the direction of their teachers.
    Noticeable how I have not come across research like this in Australia. Were are the interviews of Australian net savvy high school students?
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Thursday, January 10

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    In this critique the author considers how digital literacy affects teaching practices in Australian education. Consideration is given to understandings of digital literacy, the impact of open source software and the place of content within the worldwide rapid publishing and networked learning revolution (Web 2.0). Participatory action research is suggested as an approach to developing awareness of new models for online learning, improving digital literacy skills and enabling networked learning practices in Australian education.
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    Many schools and teachers have not yet recognized—much less responded to—the new ways students communicate and access information over the Internet. Students report that there is a substantial disconnect between how they use the Internet for school and how they use the Internet during the school day and under teacher direction. For the most part, students’ educational use of the Internet occurs outside of the school day, outside of the school building, outside the direction of their teachers.
    Noticeable how I have not come across research like this in Australia. Were are the interviews of Australian net savvy high school students?
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Tuesday, May 8

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    A critique originally written for the Knowledge Tree.
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Tuesday, March 16

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    n.b. The second session is the better one - it's longer and covers more.
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    A presentation using flickr photos and audio.with audio on Slideshare.
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