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How can computers be better utilised in our 21st Century classrooms?



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Comment on Why is this blog not so current? by Roland Gesthuizen

Wed, 01 Oct 2008 04:19:40 +0000

Ouch .. I just stumbled across this post and hope that you made a full recovery Joseph! Hope to see you blogging again, even if only once in a blue moon or when the wolf starts to howl. :-)



Comment on Classrooms of the Future – Virtual Education by Sue

Mon, 26 May 2008 04:27:34 +0000

Hi Joseph, Thanks for this. I need to read about and explore a wikis. I use yours as well as look for others



Comment on Why is this blog not so current? by HelenM

Mon, 24 Sep 2007 12:52:09 +0000

A very open and personal post Joseph, it was lovely to see you happy and healthy at the VITTA conference at IGS. We never seem to get the time to have a good chat though. I always 'pop' in to your blog to see what you have been doing and have missed your posts of late. Good luck with the renovations.



Comment on Why is this blog not so current? by Graham

Thu, 20 Sep 2007 13:05:37 +0000

Joseph, the event you engineered was awesome and it certainly was great to have a meal with yourself and Warrick afterwards. Blogging takes time to do properly and blogging just for the sake of it can be counter-productive. Hope that your health remains good and when things calm down (even slightly) we see more of your thoughts out in the edublogosphere.



Comment on Little Tackers and an invitation by Krystie Alleaume

Wed, 08 Aug 2007 04:49:11 +0000

Hi Jo, I did a similar project with my students in Term 1. Here is an example of one finished product: http://globalteacher.org.au/2007/05/03/digital-story-little-miss-fit/ By the way, I love your blog and I will keep checking it regularly - you have some great ideas!



Comment on Presentation by Tom Barrett by Jo McLeay

Mon, 06 Aug 2007 09:46:50 +0000

Joseph, it looks to me like you've been tagged with the 8 random things meme. So, I know you're busy (aren't we all?) get out there and tell 'em 8 random things about yourself. OK? p.s. looking forward to the 30th!



Comment on Presentation by Tom Barrett by ICT in my Classroom » Exploring the 21st Century Classroom

Thu, 31 May 2007 09:54:06 +0000

[...] We conducted the net cast using a free trial on some desktop conferencing software and used Skype for the voice call. It was quite a challenge for me as you don’t have the ability to see the faces of your audience so you don’t know when to go back over things or just shut-up fo a minute! Joseph Papaleo helped organise the event for his school and from his responses it seemed to be a success. [...]



Comment on Classrooms of the Future – Virtual Education by Anonymous

Tue, 29 May 2007 21:41:08 +0000

This is a fantastic list - thanks for pointing us to it! Now, if only I was 'allowed' to explore this in my workplace, I would be even happier. :-) Jo and Sean certainly do a great job leading us all in this field. The problem is bandwidth (of course) for schools in Australia, and the fact that there are so many aspects of Web 2.0 that we need to encourage teachers in - that somehow SL does not yet have the prominence that I believe it will in coming years.



Comment on Little Tackers and an invitation by HelenM

Wed, 25 Apr 2007 01:13:25 +0000

Gosh ... Mr Papaleo I wish I were in your class ! Just read about 'school uniforms of the future' too. You have some great innovative ideas. You also have added more work for me - you have been so busy blogging great stuff lately - I now have to fit time into my week to make sure i read your latest post. I am also going to recommend some of these activities to my staff - Hope you don't mind.



Comment on Web 2.0 The Machine is Us/ing Us and Assessment by HelenM

Sat, 21 Apr 2007 05:50:10 +0000

Now that is what we should have been discussing a the conference on Tuesday! You should have taken the ICT session !. It was great catching up with you finally. You set my mind racing, and I always have 100 questions for you. In reference to your questions above - my thoughts are that you could assess any of the above just make the criteria clear to students when you set the tasks. Criteria could change depending on subject, task, domain, whatever , provided students clearly know beforehand what it is you are assessing.