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Welcome to the April Spring edition of the
MindShare Learning Report--Cross Canada Provincial Spotlight on New
Brunswick. Hope truly does spring
eternal as 21st Century innovation has proved to be a consistent theme in
our spotlight series. After an engaging
inaugural interview last month with Alberta education Minister Dave Hancock, we
now skip across Canada virtually to New Brunswick, where we were granted an exclusive podcast interview with education minister, Kelly Lamrock. Be sure to tune into Minister Lamrock's
podcast that promises to enlighten you with the secrets of success to one of
Canada's most innovative provinces.
Our challenge at the MindShare Learning Report is
to continue to engage our valued readers and "Walk-the-Talk" of innovation. We
are especially proud to bring you yet another issue that we trust will exceed
your expectations as we "mindshare" knowledge from some of the world's leading
thinkers on education technology from a Canadian perspective. With this in
mind, below are just a few of the highlights in this issue:
Until next time, keep the ICT learning curve steep!
HP & MindShare Learning Cross Canada CIO recorded webinar;
exclusive podcast interview with
Dr. Curtis Johnson, co-author of best seller, Disrupting Class;
- Research and Tech Tools Article on "MIT Team
Shows 'Sixth Sense' Wearable Computer," and a video interview with a
teacher created custom "Wearable Computer Appliance" from FETC 2009;
- Highlights from the recent Ontario provincial
budget and its impact on both K12 and HED;
- "Ask a Professor," Dr.
Sharon Murray, St. Thomas University, article on "Telementoring"
the rumour front, I received a twitter note from a reliable source suggesting
that the Ontario government may be cutting back on ICT funding for schools.
This is quite concerning when other provinces such as Alberta and New Brunswick
are investing more resources in ICT innovation. We'll be looking to dispel this
rumor as our provincial spotlight next month takes us to our very own backyard
in the province of Ontario.
would be remiss if I didn't share my recent learning adventure to the
Distributed Learning Symposium in Calgary, Alberta. Thanks to my partner,
netTrekker for the invitation to attend this top class conference with the
likes of keynotes Dr. Curtis Johnson and Guy Kawasaki, former Apple evangelist.
Special thanks to our generous sponsors who
represent some of the very best technology solutions to enhance student
learning and engagement. We encourage you to consider their best-in-class solutions as you plan
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|Cross Canada 21st Century Provincial Spotlight on New Brunswick
Our April 2009 issue
features our new Cross Canada Check-up Provincial Spotlight Series in an effort
share regional trends and success stories across our vast Canadian landscape.
After an insightful
inaugural interview last month with Minister Dave Hancock from Alberta, we now
skip across Canada virtually to New Brunswick, where we interviewed Minister of Education Kelly Lamrock. We hope you
enjoy this month's provincial spotlight on New Brunswick.
Technology Mentor Program
About Minister Lamrock--Kelly Lamrock
was sworn in as Minister of Education, the Minister responsible for the New
Brunswick Advisory Council on Youth, and the Minister responsible for the
Provincial Capital Commission on October 3, 2006.
A Liberal, he was first elected June 9, 2003 to
represent the riding of Fredericton-Fort Naahwaak. During his first term, Lamrock served as the
Official Opposition House Leader, and a critic for learning, employment,
innovation, and democratic reform. He
was a member of the Standing Committee on Estimates, the Standing Committee on
Procedure, and the Legislative Administration Committee.
He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Thomas
University (STU) in 1995 and a law degree from the University of New Brunswick
(UNB) in 1997. He served as president of
the student union at both universities, as national chair of the Canadian
Federation of Students and was a founding president of the New Brunswick
After graduation, he built a law practice focused
on information technology law. In 1998,
he became the director of policy and communications for the New Brunswick
Healthcare Association. He also served
as the director of student affairs at STU and has taught classes at both STU
and UNB Saint John.
Mr. Lamrock and his wife Karen have two children,
Kennedy and Kayleigh.
- Podcast Interview with New Brunswick's Minister of Education, Kelly Lamrock -
Interview conducted by Robert Martellacci, Publisher of the MindShare Learning Report.Quick Tech Facts About New Brunswick
New Brunswick is a place where you can belong and
be better. When Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple Computers, had a chance to
tour around, he remarked how New Brunswick reminded him of his youth in Silicon
Valley and a place he could move back to.
New Brunswick lays claim to the most extensive
broadband and wireless coverage per capita in North America - no other
jurisdiction is more connected.
New Brunswick is Canada's centre for advanced
learning technologies, thanks to a number of "firsts", including the first
province in Canada to offer a degree program in multimedia, electronic
commerce, and computer science and the first to enact degree-granting
legislation to online universities.
New Brunswick's technology infrastructure keeps
McCain Foods growing on the cutting edge. Headquartered in Florenceville, New
Brunswick, this international giant is the largest producer of frozen french
fries in the world.
The New Brunswick
Department of Education first introduced a technology mentor program in 1996
and currently has twenty-five active mentors in the nine Anglophone school
districts. The primary mandate of the program is to provide teachers and
school administrators with ongoing support in the integration of 21st
century technology coupled with instructional strategies that promote effective
teaching, learning and professional growth.
Teacher Laptop Initiative
In the spring
of 2006, New Brunswick became the first province in Canada to provide all
teachers with a dedicated laptop computer for professional use.
This decision was based on the findings from the provinces 2004-2006 Dedicated
Student Laptop Research Project which was conducted in three Anglophone middle
schools.New Brunswick Education Portal
The New Brunswick Education Portal is a
password-protected area to facilitate online communication and collaboration.
Established in January of 2003, It is accessible to all NB educators and
Department of Education employees, with limited student access currently being
piloted in five schools.
Innovative Learning Fund
Learning Fund (ILF) was established by the Government of New Brunswick in 2007
to encourage, facilitate, recognize and reward innovative and creative
instructional approaches that increase student learning and academic
performance, and enhance teaching practices.
Model Schools Project
New Brunswick is moving ahead with
meeting the needs of 21st century learners by updating educational
philosophy and practice to create a new culture of learning. The Model
Schools project is a three-year research project to trial and evaluate improved
instructional and leadership practices, and to develop a replicable model for
managing a high school transformative change process. New Brunswick Education News
Minister Unveils $35M in funding for research projects
TJ | 20/03/09
The federal government unveiled $35 million in
funding Thursday for seven science and technology projects at the University of
New Brunswick, which is set to receive research dollars for its
state-of-the-art wind energy research lab.
New Partnership will help Create Innovative Schools
An agreement to create innovative schools that will put New Brunswick on
the leading edge of innovation and technology in the classroom was signed today
between the province and Microsoft Canada.
Quebec-New Brunswick University Cooperation in Advanced Education and Research Program
We are pleased to
launch the 2009-2010 edition of the Quebec/New Brunswick University Cooperation
in Advanced Education and Research Program. Again this year, a total amount of
$70,000 will be invested by the Quebec and New Brunswick provincial governments
to encourage cooperation between university faculty/students in these two
Mount Allison Students make Competition FinalsNBBJ 06/03/09
A team of students and researchers at Sackville's Mount Allison University have
made the finals in this year's Breakthrough New Brunswick Business Plan
Competition with their business plan and its potential benefit for the plastics
Funding Opportunities of the Month
Minister of Industry Launches $2 Billion Knowledge Infrastructure ProgramMR | 09/03/09
announcement is part of a series of announcements to release details on
24 research and development projects that will receive $51.8 million in
AIF funding throughout Atlantic Canada.
$600M for PSE in Manitoba Budget
MNR | 27/03/09
Budget 2009 invests in education and training
and skills development to continue developing a knowledge economy Finance
Minister Greg Selinger said in unveiling the budget today.
$39M for Medical Research in Alberta
UCN | 27/03/09
AHFMR announces $39 million to fund outstanding research in Alberta.
More K12 Headlines...
Stable Funding Supports a Strong Publicly Funded Education SystemCNW| 26/03/09
The Ontario Public School Boards' Association(OPSBA) views today's budget announcement related
to 2009-2010 education funding as positive evidence of the provincial
government's solid commitment
to the value of a strong
publicly funded education system.
Blackboard Learn™ for Apple® iPhone™ Application Lets Users Take Learning on
the GoBlackboard | 26/03/09
recent survey by the Canadian Council on Learning (CCL) shows that
parents are allowing their young children significantly less time to
play video/computer games than to watch television, videos and DVDs.
Case Study: Online Tutoring Helps Reinforce School Lessons
PR.com | 23/03/09
November 2008, Inge of Vancouver, BC was faced with the prospect of her son,
Max, being held back a grade because of his failing math grades. "This
Fall, I realized that Max had missed a full year of math instruction due to
scheduling conflicts the past year and was now failing." Wanting to help
Max catch up to his class, Inge turned to TutorJam's online tutoring programs
to get the academic help Max needed.
Epson Extends Brighter Futures® Program
Originally focused on projection solutions, Epson's
Brighter Futures program recently expanded its suite of K-12 and Higher
Education technology products to include other Epson products such as business
printers: Epson B-500DN, Epson B-300. Education customers will enjoy
special pricing up to 40% off on select products that support learning in
classrooms, labs, auditoriums, and central office environments. They will
also get Epson's three-year warranty and toll-free tech support on projectors.
or call 1-888-429-3725 for more information
K12: Upcoming Events
Event: ....... TCDSB's AICT Conference
Date: ......... April 7, 2009
Location: ... Toronto, ON
Event: ....... TLP Round Table on Technology - ICT Mini-Summit
Date: ......... April 15, 2009
Location: ... Hewlett Packard, Mississauga, ON
Event: ....... York Region District School Board - 1st Annual "Blueprint for Change" Symposium
Date: ......... April 29, 2009
Location: ... Unionville. ON
More Upcoming Events...
K12: Ask a Teacher?
Gard, B.Ed, M.A. has had over a decade of hands-on involvement with
students and teachers in information and communication technology. He
loves innovative ideas and taking risks, integrating technology across the curriculum
and engaging students in the ever-changing world of technology. He
currently teaches media literacy and technology at Ecole Sir Adam Beck J.
S. in the Toronto District School Board.
Q: What impact will e-Learning have on the classroom?
just recently received in the mail my alumni magazine from the University of Toronto. After leafing through the first couple of pages, I came to the President's
Message. What drew my attention wasn't so much the
president's musings but the pull quote that hovered at the top of the page:
must prepare U of T for a borderless world."
was right of course, but only partially right.
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Making Education Greener
To signal its commitment to environmental
education, starting in fall 2009, schools will begin implementing a new policy
framework, created as part of the advice of the Curriculum Council and
recommendations made by a working group on environmental education chaired by
Dr. Roberta Bondar.
McGuinty Government Creates New Fund to Support Green Tech Companies and Jobs
Ontario is creating a new fund to drive
start-up investment in green technology companies and other high-tech
Web 2.0 Technology Spotlight
Itinerant Technology Teacher,
Upper Grand District School Board
Chair, ECOO Conference 2009
How has Web 2.0 technology enhanced your teaching and learning?
Web 2.0 tools like blogs and wikis (engaging
readers and writers in communication with an authentic audience), multimedia
tools for presentations (MovieMaker, Audacity, Scratch, Kid Pix and
Hyperstudio, MicroWorlds) and robotics with Lego Mindstorms are some of the
projects I like to promote. Global
projects such as http://www.myhero.com,
iEARN http://www.iEARN.org or Taking It
Global http://www.tigweb.org , are also
resources that I like to share with teachers as much as possible since the use
of technology enhances and supports engaging cross-curricular projects that
promote global citizenship at the same time.
Higher Education: Introduction
Welcome to the April 2009 Issue of the MindShare Learning Report, Canada's Premier Education and Technology eMagazine
My name is Mitchel N. Townsend, your Higher Education Editor.
The Higher Education Headlines section contains a wide range of great articles from the Auroramax Project, to Ryerson Universities President urging Toronto to become the next digital powerhouse, to several articles illustrating the evolutionary effects that social networking technologies are having on all aspects of Higher Education.
The Ask a Professor Section features Dr. Sharon Murray from St. Thomas University. Dr. Murray shares her essay titled "Telementoring" which discuses using technology to help facilitate mentoring processes.
The Research and Tech Tools Section continues to illustrate a wide variety of Information and Tools that will augment the already growing inventory, in your Tech Tool Boxes. Don't forget to read the Article from MIT about "Sixth Sense" wearable computers, also check out the MSL Report video interview with an independent parallel prototype developer at FETC 2009.
The GreenIT Section sponsored by Faronics, is an emerging area of importance, and through our collaborative partnerships we continue to bring you the latest research and information. The article by Google's GreenIT czar previews its role and plans for its emerging GreenIT leadership role.
The Funding Opportunities Section this month contains resources totaling over 2 billion dollars in current funding.
Finally, from all of us at the Mindshare Learning Report, "Thank you for your continued support and loyal readership".
Enjoy this months issue and remember the challenges may be vast and resources tightening but we as Canadians are up to the challenge.
Mitchel N. Townsend, M.A. EdTech
MindShare Learning Associate
Editor, Higher Education
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Software Review: Faronics Power Save
Gard, B.Ed, M.A.
Do you manage a large network? Do you want to save a
bundle of money? Have you introduced software that will keep tabs on each
computer on your network and put idle computers into a lower state of energy
consumption? The question of wanting to save money is, of course, rhetorical -
who doesn't want to save money, especially in an economic climate where frugal
spending is a must?
|21st Century Technology SpotlightInterview with Dr. Curtis Johnson co-author of Disrupting Class, following a keynote delievered at the Alberta Learning Symposium, March 2009.
CURTIS W. JOHNSON: Curtis W. Johnson, Ph.D. is a writer, facilitator, consultant and speaker whose former titles include college president, head of a public policy research organization, and policy advisor and chief of staff to a governor. He is the co-author of two books, Citistates (1993) and Boundary Crossers (1997), and the president of Citistates Group, which publishes feature reports on strategic issues facing America's metropolitan areas and suggests policy changes that could shape the regions' futures. A regular on conference speaking line-ups, Dr. Johnson has helped major business organizations develop positions on key issues and find ways to collaborate across political jurisdictions on strategic regional issues. He holds a doctorate from the College of Education at the University of Texas.
Higher Education: Headlines
AuroraMAX: New Project Puts the Northern Lights OnlineCSA| 25/02/09
Today, the Canadian Space Agency, the City of Yellowknife, the University
of Calgary and Astronomy North announced the creation of AuroraMAX, an online
observatory and outreach project that will feature live broadcast of the
northern lights from Yellowknife. Ryerson University President Sheldon Levy Urges Toronto to Become Next Digital Powerhouse
CNW | 05/03/09
In an address given to a sold-out crowd at the
Empire Club today, Ryerson University President Sheldon Levy dared Toronto to
dream big and dream digital.
Podcast Lectures at U of Saskatchewan
A pilot project at the University of
Saskatchewan in which class lectures are recorded as audio files has received
positive responses.More Higher Education Headlines...
Higher Education: Upcoming Events
Event: ....... 14th Annual TCC Worldwide Online Conference
Date: ......... April 14-16, 2009
Location: ... Online
Event: ....... TLt 2009Date: .........
April 26-28, 2009Location: ...
Higher Education: Ask a Professor
Dr. Sharon MurrayAssociate Professor of EducationUniversity of St. Thomas
Sharon received her doctorate in 1999 from the University of East Anglia in Norwich, England where she studied policy and program evaluation. She has taught in New Brunswick at all levels of the education system - elementary, high school and post-secondary. She currently teaches technology and social studies courses in the Education Faculty of St. Thomas University.
Sharon's involvement with technology education began in 1982 when she taught a high school computer studies course. In the late 80s when she moved to the university setting she instituted a Technology, Issues, and Instructional Design course that became and continues to be compulsory for all Bachelor of Education students. Her interest in the introduction of technology education became part of her doctoral research. Her thesis was a policy and program evaluation of the introduction of technology education in New Brunswick secondary schools. Her current research interests are focused on informing professional practice and improving student learning particularly in the areas of technology integration in education, mentoring, and communities of practice.
Telementoring: Pre-service Teachers and Teachers Partner for Technology Integration
Abstract: This paper is a
report on phase one of a partnership project involving education students and
teachers. The partnership was formed around a common goal - planning for
effective technology integration in the classroom. The project expectations
were to provide authentic learning experiences for pre-service teachers and
generate communities of practice between the two partners. Teachers experienced
in effective models for technology integration telementored via email education
students who then planned a lesson or activity for the teacher's class. The
teachers provided feedback on the implementation of the student plan and the
students showcased the results of the collaboration at the end of their
technology course. Findings indicate that the partnering model was moderately
successful. The major impediments were time for the development of shared goals
and effective community building.
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Position: Chief Information Officer
Location: District School Board of Niagara
Reporting to the Director of Education, the
Chief Information Officer will provide the leadership and strategic vision to
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requirements of the District School Board of Niagara.
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Location: Calgary Board of Education
In partnership with the Board of Trustees, and
as an experienced executive in a diverse, urban public education system, you
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should include curriculum vitae and the names of three referees, and should be
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MIT Team Shows 'Sixth Sense' Wearable Computer
THE Journal Jan 09
educators among us who are familiar with constructivist and
constructionist models of learning understand the impact that social
learning theory has had on the field.
Imminent Changes in Higher Education and its DeliveryMIT 03/03/09
Thanks to the Internet and associated
technology, there have been rapid advances in the way we access and assimilate
University Online M.A. Ed Tech Faculty, Students and Alumni team up at
FETC 2009 to celebrate the launch of the Alumni Ed Tech Chapter.
My learning adventure to the Alberta Distributed
learning Symposium 2009 was time well spent with my partner, netTrekker
last month. A safe and secure search engine for
education, netTrekker continues to gain traction in Canadian schools, given the
appeal of the teacher recommended resources. Given the escalating incidents
encountered by children browsing the web, a teacher approved portal is a great
option to avoiding inappropriate information or abuse. It was great to catch-up with Joni Turville
, MindShare Learning's
advisory board member now seconded to the Alberta Education Department. Besides a stellar line-up of presenters, the
conference was extremely well attended and the conversations continued with an
online community forum. To get a glimpse of the conference and its presenters,
to conference organizers for a successful collaboration between the Alberta
Teachers' Association, ADETA, the Alberta School Library Council, Education
Technology Council and Alberta
Thanks to Damian
Bolton and Mona Csada, SMART
Technologies for a tour of their new digs in Calgary, strategically located across
the street from the University of Calgary. This state of the art Green building
speaks to the leadership that SMART has demonstrated as an overwhelming market
leader in the IWB space. I even had the opportunity to meet the mastermind
behind SMART's new multi touch table that was on display at the Alberta
Final thoughts on the Alberta conference. One of
the highlights was meeting Guy Kawasaki,
former Apple Evangelist who was a conference keynote. Guy is a highly engaging
presenter. We studied his craft in our
masters program at Pepperdine, reading his book "Selling the Dream." His book "Reality
Check," looks very interesting and is highly recommended. enjoyed chatting with Guy following his keynote and discovered a
common interest - the sport of hockey. Although he resides in California, hockey is a BIG passion for both of us.
OSAPAC recently met and will be announcing its
priorities for tendering for 2009/10. For further information, go here
of HP shared
the news recently that they are sponsoring the York Region District School
Board "Blueprint for Change" Symposium, April 29th. For more
information, click here
Jacob Chan, CIO Toronto
District School Board retired in February. I had the opportunity to spend some
time with Jacob while in NFLD in the Fall at the Microsoft Summit. Jacob is quite a talented photographer based
on the pics shared using Groove while at the conference. Congrats Jacob and
enjoy your travels!
Michael Bator former Director
of Education, now ED of the Catholic Curriculum Corporation was recently
appointed to the board of Knowledge Ontario.
, touched base
recently to share the excellent news that she successfully defended her
doctoral thesis at York University, where we both served on the advisory board for
the Institute for Research on Learning Technology. Ms Brown is now a lecturer
at Ryerson University. Congratulations Christine, I'm inspired by your
Congratulations to School District #87 Technology
and Atlin Students Combine to Make History.The Grade 6-9 class in
Atlin has been active for months with a technology Internet based learning
project called Destination Imagination. Over sixty schools started this
initiative and Atlin was one of two schools to complete their project. History
was made when the students participated in the first ever Destination
Imagination Tournament on-line. Elluminate brought schools and instructors
together from across British Columbia.
In case you're wondering, Atlin is just two hours south of Whitehorse according
to teacher, Gerry Brennan of SD #87. He further added, "Simply stated, rural and remote
communities can make great gains in learning when technology is used
effectively to support learning. The better it gets, the more students can
benefit under the guidance of dedicated teachers." Well stated Gerry and thanks
for dropping me the email to share your further thoughts. If you'd like to drop Gerry a note to explore
making connections with your students, you can reach him here
In closing, I'm looking forward to our
first ERDI Canada panel in Winnipeg later this week, where we'll be teamed up
with five school district directors from across Canada to explore a future roadmap
for MindShare Learning services.
If you have a success story or nuggets of news to share, please don't
hesitate to drop me an email
Robert Martellacci, M.A. EdTech
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Advisory Board Members
The MindShare Report is grateful of the guidance and support provided by our esteemed advisory board. Members include:
Dr. Greg Malszecki, Department of Kinesiology & Health Sciences, York University
Dr. Ron Owston, Director, Institute for Research on Learning Technology, York University
Dr. Paul Sparks, Director, Online Masters in Education Technology, Pepperdine University
Joni Turville, B.Ed, M. Ed (Instructional Technology), Educator, AISI Coordinator, St. Albert Protestant Schools
Timothy Gard, B. Ed. M.A., Educator - Media Literacy & Technology, Toronto District School Board
Cathy Phillips, M. Ed., Director, Round Table on Technology, The Learning Partnership
Ron Sedran, MD, Equity Capital Markets, Canaccord Adams
Marty Keast, President, Pearson Learning K-12 Canada
David Marsi, AVP, Learning & Development, Invesco Trimark
Chip Fesko, Sr. Director of Advertising & Strategic Alliances, George Lucas Educational Foundation, Edutopia Magazine
The MindShare Learning Report team is made up of the following individuals:
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