Tag Archives: BYOT

Where to After the Digital Education Revolution

Included under Articles is a copy of the lead article of the first edition of Educational Technology Solutions for 2013, that on ‘Where to After the Digital Education Revolution’. Highly critical of the Australian Government’s Digital Education Revolution the article draws … Continue reading

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Now Available – Bring Your Own Technology

Bring Your Own Technology: The BYOT guide for schools and families, that I’ve written with Martin Levins is now available through ACER Press.

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Riding the Megatrends

Mal Lee All school and educational technology leaders need to be evermore skilled in the art of reading and riding the megatrends. Once schools, as mentioned in an earlier article, have normalised the use of the digital and are evolving … Continue reading

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Sustained Evolution or Increasing Stagnation?

Mal Lee In reflecting on the work done in writing three recent books for ACER Press, that on Leading a Networked School Community, Collaborative Teaching and BYOT and working with the pathfinding schools and education authorities in the UK, US, … Continue reading

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Whole School Normalised Use of the Digital

  Mal Lee 21/3/12 If your school is to provide an appropriate quality education for the Twenty First Century and take advantage of the immense teaching and learning opportunities opened daily in the digital and networked world it only stands … Continue reading

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Normalised Use of the Digital

Normalised Use of the Digital Mal Lee March 2012 The research is affirming that fundamental to schools being in the position to shape their desired educational future is the normalised use of the digital by all within the school’s community, … Continue reading

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Technology in Australia’s Schools: The Scene in 2012

The following article was prepared as the lead article for the new technology supplement within The Australian Teacher Magazine. In brief it was designed to set the scene, to provide an overview of the current situation, to highlight the continuing … Continue reading

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BYOT

BYOT Mal Lee The trend line is very much suggesting that in time every school in the developed world will use some form of ‘bring your own technology’ (BYOT) school resourcing. It is not a question of if but when … Continue reading

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