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21st Century Leadership

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Welcome to the 21st Century Leadership wiki page!



We will use the links provided here for several activities during our two day workshop.



The Refreshed NETS for Students and Teachers


AU Team 1 AU Team 2
AU Team 3 AU Team 4
AU Team 5 AU Team 6




1-to-1 Initiatives


Activity Blueprint 1 Blueprint 2
Blueprint 3 Blueprint 4 Blueprint 5
Blueprint 6 Blueprint 7  Document link



1. Labor Kicks Off Round One of Its Digital Education Revolution: article


2. National Secondary School Computer Fund


3. K-12 Computing Blueprint: links to various reports and white papers


4. Tips to Manage a 1:1 Learning Initiative: article


5. Research on 1:1 Computing: links to reports about various aspects of 1:1 initiatives


6. Notebooks for Students: links from the Dept. of Education and Training, Govt. of Western Australia


7. Technology Without Breaking the Bank: article (free registration may be required)


8. 1:1 (Laptop) Initiatives: links to a variety of resources





Legal and Social Issues






Activity Scenario 1 (a) Scenario 1 (b)
Scenario 2 (a) Scenario 2 (b) Scenario 3 (a)
Scenario 3 (b) Scenario 4 (a) Scenario 4(b)



Related Videos



Online Resources for Australian Educators, Parents, and Students


1. Secure Online Behavior: International report on how different cultures and countries approach the Internet.


2. National Centre Against Bullying: Making Australian Schools safer.


3. Bullying and Cyberbullying: Resources for Australian educators.


4. Incredible Internet–Online Safety: Visit the Online Safety page on this site to access links, guides, and other resources related to safety and appropriate online behavior.


5. CyberSmart Kids Online: Australian resources.



Additional Resources

1. CyberSmart!: Online safety, security, and manners are just a few of the topics covered in the free curriculum offered on this site.

2. NetSmartz.org: Areas for parents, educators, kids, and teens provide common sense advice for dealing with tough issues related to online behavior.

3. Onguard Online Social Networking Quiz: Check tweens’ knowledge about safe behavior on social networking sites using this online resource.

4. Media Awareness Network Educational Games: A variety of educational games related to online safety and netiquette for students grades 4-8.


5. Safe Kids: Founded by Larry Magid, this blog offers links for parents and activities for kids and teens.


6. WiredSafety: Attorney Parry Aftab  shares information for parents, educators, and students. Heavy focus on cyberbullying and social networks. 


7. i-SAFE: Online curriculum on Internet safety.







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