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Monday, April 10 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm
Framing A School Vision of Emerging Technologies in a Student-Centred Digital Literacy Context

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Policy Direction 1 from the Alberta Education Learning & Technology Policy Framework calls upon school authorities to "establish a vision for technology-supported, student-centred learning" for all students. With the multitude of new technologies, combined with the challenges of a diverse inclusive student population, this can pose a constant challenge for school leadership in knowing which technologies to adopt and how to use them with purpose in a safe, appropriate manner that furthers student learning. In this session, participants will explore the many components of digital literacy/digital citizenship and will use these elements to examine current and emerging technologies and practices in a meaningful context to begin to ground themselves in developing a vision for student-centred learning with technology and a process for evaluating technology use and integrating student digital literacy skills moving forward.

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Danny Maas

Manager, Emerging Technology, Edmonton Catholic Schools
Danny Maas is the manager of the Emerging Technology educational consultant team with Edmonton Catholic Schools, working with teachers and students to transform learning across the curriculum using technology. Danny has also worked at Alberta Education Technology Leadership Branch and with the 2Learn.ca Education society, seeing provincial approaches to technology integration.


Monday April 10, 2017 2:30pm - 3:30pm
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