This blog is to explain why I believe that CONFLUENCE software, which enables teams to collaborate on building a shared business vision, has the potential to ensure a pedagogical revolution in the classroom.
Preamble Early evening, 23rd May 2017. The Victoria University’s Metro Centre on Nicholson Street in Footscray and the Mitchell Institute is hosting an address by Professor Yong Zhao, who the Institute has appointed a Professorial Fellow for his work focusing on the implications of globalisation and technology in education. The topic is “In an era … Read more
Introduction: Computers For Children Seymour Papert’s introductory chapter sets out a visionary treatise that views the use of the computer in education as a ‘teaching machine’ (3). This synopsis of the chapter focuses on Papert’s attempt to create a coherent educational process, informed by his idiosyncratic experience of playing with gears as a two-year-old. Viewed … Read more
PwC’s reason for creating 21st Century Minds is to help Australia remain competitive in the global marketplace. The company Australian businesses need to ensure they’re creating the high-value products and services of the future to ensure that Australia has a reputation as an innovative place to work and live… PwC’s role is to help to build the pipeline of innovators and problem solvers Australia needs to become an innovation nation.
The size of data, the ‘knowledge economy’ feels overwhelming. For this reason, I believe it’s useful to view case studies of what others are doing in applying technologies creatively, to see what is possible and how you stand it relation to the fast evolving scene. I recommend reading the case studies in Drama Education with Digital Technology (2009). … Read more