Welcome to the AIS ICT Integration Conference 2011 Wiki

Cultivating Learning

2009 is here, 2010 is here
Date: 13 and 14 October 2011
Venue Knox Grammar School, Wahroonga NSW.

Your Homework: Please continue adding to the SAMR samples from our plenary session.

If we all add to these ideas they will evolve over time to become a useful resource for planning meaningful ICT integration with your classes. Please take the time to add your thoughts.

Quality Teacher Program (AGQTP)

was mentioned at the close of the conference on Friday
Applications close Monday 31st October, 2011


The conference page with details of costs and the like is here. From here there are links to how to enrol to attend.
Please email John Clear for any additional information.

On these pages you will find all the links and resources to support your conference experience, and we encourage you to participate fully. Each page on the site has a discussion tab where you can add your thoughts, ask questions and offer suggestions. Remember, learning is a social activity, and we can all learn from each other.
All teachers interested in ICT integration: If you'd like to join the AIS Integration mailing list, email a request to jclear@aisnsw.edu.au Just ensure that your email address is an .edu address, as in an attempt to exclude commercial interests, the list only accepts valid school email addresses.
Contribute to the conversation using the conference tag: aisitic11
Please tag any links, tweets, bookmarks, photos or blogposts about the conference with this tag.
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This is a wiki, not a website.The whole point of having a wiki is to encourage collaboration. If you want to add your thoughts, ideas, suggestions or questions, there's a discussion tab at the top of every page. We encourage you to use it! Don't be shy! Add your comments to the discussion tab of any sessions you attended. Leave some feedback for the presenters. Make suggestions for additional resources. Please, use the discussion tab! That's what it's there for.
The wiki has also been left open for editing. If you really feel like contributing, you can click the Edit button and add relevant links to any page. You can fix typos. You can be part of the team. That's what wiki-thinking is all about.
Other Useful links
AIS Home Page
AIS IT Resources Wiki - ICT resources and links
AIS Professional Development Website- Information on training courses and conferences for all curriculum areas
(Note, this wiki is basically a replica of the structure from the past two years; Chris Betcher was the instigator of this.)

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