DEC Scan Journal : Volume 33 Issue 3
2014 Volume 33, Issue 3 27 Contents Editorial Currents Teaching & learning Research Curriculum support Share this Resource reviews the professional development opportunities available for all teachers and leaders, based on sound evidence of what works to build capability. (New Zealand Government, p. 14, 2014). In their framework for teacher development, the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) recognised the need for: • reflection and goal setting • learning and professional practice • effective feedback and review. Capacity building for all teachers must include this framework but should also recognise the rapidly adopted methods of formal and informal learning in the workplace that organisations are implementing (Cairnes, 2014). References and further reading American Library Association Office for Information Technology Policy (ALAOITP) Digital Literacy Task Force. 2013, Digital literacy, libraries, and public policy: report of the Office for Information Technology Policy’s Digital Literacy Task Force, accessed 11 July 2014. Assessment and Teaching of 21st Century Skills (ATC21S) 2012, ‘What are 21st century skills’, Assessment and teaching of 21st century skills, ATC 2 1S, accessed 2 July 2014. Australian Curriculum and Assessment Authority (ACARA) 2013, General capabilities in the Australian curriculum, accessed 11 July 2014. Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL) 2012, Australian teacher performance and development framework, accessed 3 July 2014. Australian School Library Association (ASLA) 2013, Future learning and school libraries, accessed 28 July 2014. Braun, L.W., Hartman, M.L., Hughes- Hassell, S., Kumasi, K and Yoke, B. 2014, The future of library services for and with teens: a call to action, Chicago, IL: Young Adult Library Services Association, a division of the American Library Association, accessed July 11 2014. Cairnes, R. 2014, ‘The future of workplace learning’, The Sydney Morning Herald, accessed July 3 2014. Code.org. 2013, What most schools don’t teach, accessed July 3 2014. Davies, A, Fidler, D and Gorbis, M. 2011, Future work skills 2020, Institute for the Future for the University of Phoenix Research Institute, California, accessed 11 July 2014. Duckworth, A.L. 2013, ‘Angela lee Duckworth: the key to success? Grit’ TED Talks in Education, TED Conferences, LLC, accessed 11 July 2014. Economist Intelligence Unit 2014, The learning curve: education and skills for life, Pearson, accessed July 2 2014. FW: Thinking 2013, What is the internet of things?, accessed July 3 2014. Gartner 2013, ‘Gartner predicts by 2017, half of employers will require employees to supply their own device for work purposes’, Gartner, accessed July 2 2014. Hanushek, E. 2012, The learning curve: improving educational outcomes, accessed July 1 2014. Hattie, J. 2013, Why are so many of our teachers and schools so successful? John Hattie at TEDxNorrkoping, accessed July 2, 2014. Hay, L. and Todd, R. 2010, ‘School libraries 21C’, School Libraries and Information Literacy Unit, Curriculum K–12 Directorate, NSW Department of Education and Training. Innovative Teaching and Learning (ITL) Research Project 2012, ‘Innovative teaching and learning research: 2011 findings and implications’, itlresearch.com, accessed 3 July 2014.
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