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Professional development in ICT: A range of possibilities

A panel session by

Greg Gebhart
Lowanna College
Robyn Treyvaud
Wesley College, Melbourne
Lori Rounds
Woods Academy, Maryland USA

This session will provide participants with a range of Professional Development Models for ICT. Greg Gebhart from Lowanna College, Gippsland has developed a range of local professional development models including a regional ICT conference, specialist after hour programs, ICT forums and community linked projects. Robyn Treyvaud, Wesley College, Prahran has been involved in a range of Professional Development models for the integration of ICT into the curriculum. She is the Curriculum and Learning Technologies Coordinator in a laptop environment. Lori Rounds, Technology Coordinator, The Woods Academy, Maryland USA coordinates regular professional development programs in a wide range of technology areas in the Washington USA region. The presenters have won awards for their work in ICT and are regular presenters in professional development programs. There is a wide range of expertise between the three. In this panel session, they will share their experiences, views and professional development models and other ICT issues.
Please cite as: Gebhart, G., Treyvaud, R. and Rounds, L. (2002). Professional development in ICT: A range of possibilities. In S. McNamara and E. Stacey (Eds), Untangling the Web: Establishing Learning Links. Proceedings ASET Conference 2002. Melbourne, 7-10 July.

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