- — Ozcschat (@ozcschat)Tue, May 12 2015 09:54:54
- — Nick Patsianas (@nickpatsianas)Tue, May 12 2015 10:00:09Welcome to #ozcschat on Supporting IT Subjects and Students. Introduce yourself and share the first piece of technology you used at school.
- — Phillip Cooke (@sailpip)Tue, May 12 2015 10:02:34Hi #ozcschat Phillip from Sydney. DP at a senior HS. teaching Year 11 SDD. First tech @ school were microbees computers, coding logo
- — Chris Woldhuis (@cwoldhuis)Tue, May 12 2015 10:03:04
- — Gemma Rainger (@g3moStone)Tue, May 12 2015 10:03:29#ozcschat I'm Gemma from a senior college on the coast. 1st piece of technology I used at school was probably the good old Macintosh Plus!
- — Nick Patsianas (@nickpatsianas)Tue, May 12 2015 10:04:10
- — Suellen Loughhead (@sue936)Tue, May 12 2015 10:16:02Hi everyone. Sorry I'm late. Earliest memory of computing is playing Carmen san diego for double period every Friday after lunch! #ozcschat
- Question 1
- — Gemma Rainger (@g3moStone)Tue, May 12 2015 10:07:25A1 ##ozcschat aligning "syllabus" learning with "read world" learning. Can be done, but emphasis not always on the latter (it should be).
- — Leanne Cameron (@LeanneCameron)Tue, May 12 2015 10:08:09#ozcschat A1: I think one of the major challenges for IT subjects is the constant change we have to keep up with and the resultant costs.
- — Phillip Cooke (@sailpip)Tue, May 12 2015 10:09:18A1: #ozcschat One challenge is that just because a student can use a phone, people assume they are experts and can create technology...
- — Chris Woldhuis (@cwoldhuis)Tue, May 12 2015 10:09:36
#ozcschat 12 May 2015
Monthly computing chat, hosted this month by @nickpatsianas Topic: Supporting IT Students and Subjects ozcschat.weebly.com
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