Stories From Our Journey

Junior School Good iPad Behaviour Poster Competition: Winning Entries

Students were asked to create a colourful poster (to be displayed in classrooms) helping others think about good iPad behaviour.

See Junior School good iPad behaviour poster competition for more information.

Congratulations to: 

Middle & Senior School Digital Citizenship iPad Poster competition: Winning Entries

Middle & Senior School students wer asked to design an information poster (to be displayed in classrooms) helping others to think about Digial Citizenship.

See Middle & Senior School Digital Citizenship iPad Poster competition for more information.

Congratulations to:

Junior School good iPad behaviour poster competition

Middle & Senior School Digital Citizenship iPad Poster competition

Parents iPad ‘How do I do that?’ presentation.

On Wednesday, 30/1/13 Chris Blundell, Dale Lopez and Robert Richmond will host an iPad ‘How do I do that?’ presentation.

The presentation will run from 6:30 – 8:00 pm, in K20. This will be a repeat of the iPad “How do I do That?’ presentations presented in 2012.

Bookings are not required and attendance is optional.

The purpose will be to provide parents with an overview of the following: (hyperlinks link directly to further information on the Redlands College iPad Portal)

Edudemic Article - How iPads Change Classrooms

Edudemic, an online community about learning, recently published an article written by Chris Blundell about observations from our journey with iPads at Redlands College.

 

Presentation for the Apple Qld Schools Network

Following is a video presentation, presented to the Apple Qld Schools Network on the 26/11/2012.  The presentation gives a general report on Redlands College's progress in relation to iPad implementation within the college, reflecting on 2012 and looking forward to 2013. A large section of this presentation covers how staff and students have used the iPads in 2012 within the SAMR model.

Parent Cyber Safety Presentation

On Wednesday the 21/11/2012, Brett Lee, founder of INESS, presented 2 parent presentations (1:45-2:45pm then repeated again at 6:30-8:00pm) examining CyberSafety and online rights and responsibilities.
 

Staff Cyber Safety Presentation

On Wednesday the 21/11/2012, Brett Lee, founder of INESS, presented to staff at Redland College examining CyberSafety and online rights and responsibilities.
 
Brett shared his thoughts on how teachers can help students develop the skills needed to protect themselves online. The underlining message of the presentations was that technology is a good thing but there are dangers we need to be aware of. 
 
Brett covered a number of topics including:

Middle School Cyber Safety presentation

On Monday the 19/11/2012 Susan McLean, from cybersafetysolutions, came and spoke to all students in years 6 to 9 looking at cybersafety and their online rights and responsibilities.

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