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  • Emma Watts is a 2013 CORE Education eFellow. Emma believes passionately in the power of multimedia for engaging and extending student learning, especially in the area of literacy. 

    Emma Watts is a 2013 CORE Education eFellow. Emma believes passionately in the power of multimedia for engaging and extending student learning, especially in the area of literacy. 

    Speaker: Emma Watts
    Date added: 9 Oct 2013
    Duration: 5:52
    Views: 8,280
  • 2013 eFellow, Pauline Henderson, identified that students might not have the skills necessary to make the best use of the technology we present them with in the classroom. Her eFellow inquiry looked into this challenge. 

    2013 eFellow, Pauline Henderson, identified that students might not have the skills necessary to make the best use of the technology we present them with in the classroom. Her eFellow inquiry looked into this challenge. 

    Speaker: Pauline Henderson
    Date added: 9 Oct 2013
    Duration: 5:49
    Views: 8,653
  • Claire Buist is a 2013 CORE Education eFellow. She explains her inquiry into fostering learning conversations in a learner focused environment through connectedness, ubiquity, and agency.

    Claire Buist is a 2013 CORE Education eFellow. She explains her inquiry into fostering learning conversations in a learner focused environment through connectedness, ubiquity, and agency.

    Speaker: Claire Buist
    Date added: 8 Oct 2013
    Duration: 6:52
    Views: 14,799
  • Jamie Power, a 2013 CORE Education eFellow, explains his investigation of the fifth wall and how his team worked together to find the best e-Portfolio solution for their school community.

    Jamie Power, a 2013 CORE Education eFellow, explains his investigation of the fifth wall and how his team worked together to find the best e-Portfolio solution for their school community.

    Speaker: Jamie Power
    Date added: 8 Oct 2013
    Duration: 4:30
    Views: 7,416
  • Jo And Tara feel that the current NZC assessment system is eurocentric, classist, and out of date. In this talk they explain how they have come to this conclusion.

    Jo And Tara feel that the current NZC assessment system is eurocentric, classist, and out of date. In this talk they explain how they have come to this conclusion.

    Speaker: Jo Fothergill
    Date added: 20 Feb 2013
    Duration: 5:38
    Views: 11,180
  • Dave Winter, project director of the connected learning community in Hamilton, talks about three things he considers as important in education today: Strategies to deal with the change that comes with the ultrafast broadband roll out; the digital society; and the connection between teaching as inquiry and professional learning communities.

    Dave Winter, project director of the connected learning community in Hamilton, talks about three things he considers as important in education today: Strategies to deal with the change that comes with the ultrafast broadband roll out; the digital society; and the connection between teaching as inquiry and professional learning communities.

    Speaker: Dave Winter
    Date added: 12 Dec 2012
    Duration: 4:55
    Views: 18,940
  • Anne Kenneally is a 2012 CORE Education eFellow. She tells us about what she learned during her time as an eFellow and how she discovered the strength of letting learners lead the learning.

    Anne Kenneally is a 2012 CORE Education eFellow. She tells us about what she learned during her time as an eFellow and how she discovered the strength of letting learners lead the learning.

    Speaker: Anne Kenneally
    Date added: 10 Dec 2012
    Duration: 3:36
    Views: 17,238
  • Paula Eskett is the school library manager at Riccarton High School in Christchurch. Paula is a 2012 CORE Education eFellow and has spent the year investigating increasing student engagement in research and learning through the use of mobile devices. 

    Paula Eskett is the school library manager at Riccarton High School in Christchurch. Paula is a 2012 CORE Education eFellow and has spent the year investigating increasing student engagement in research and learning through the use of mobile devices. 

    Speaker: Paula Eskett
    Date added: 28 Nov 2012
    Duration: 3:16
    Views: 18,683
  • Helen King from Point England School tells us how encouraging creativity through music, animation, and movies enhanced the learning of her students. 

    Helen King from Point England School tells us how encouraging creativity through music, animation, and movies enhanced the learning of her students. 

    Speaker: Helen King
    Date added: 19 Nov 2012
    Duration: 3:05
    Views: 21,480
  • Sonya, a 2011 CORE Education eFellow, researched hyperconnectivity in teaching and learning. Sonya wanted to investigate how teachers and children collaborate and connect online. She has found that her research raised more questions than answers.

    Sonya, a 2011 CORE Education eFellow, researched hyperconnectivity in teaching and learning. Sonya wanted to investigate how teachers and children collaborate and connect online. She has found that her research raised more questions than answers.

    Speaker: Sonya Van Schaijik
    Date added: 31 Aug 2012
    Duration: 3:48
    Views: 10,295
  • Emma Watts is a 2013 CORE Education eFellow. Emma believes passionately in the power of multimedia for engaging and extending student learning, especially in the area of literacy. 

    Emma Watts is a 2013 CORE Education eFellow. Emma believes passionately in the power of multimedia for engaging and extending student learning, especially in the area of literacy. 

    Speaker: Emma Watts
    Date added: 9 Oct 2013
    Duration: 5:52
    Views: 8,280
  • 2013 eFellow, Pauline Henderson, identified that students might not have the skills necessary to make the best use of the technology we present them with in the classroom. Her eFellow inquiry looked into this challenge. 

    2013 eFellow, Pauline Henderson, identified that students might not have the skills necessary to make the best use of the technology we present them with in the classroom. Her eFellow inquiry looked into this challenge. 

    Speaker: Pauline Henderson
    Date added: 9 Oct 2013
    Duration: 5:49
    Views: 8,653
  • Claire Buist is a 2013 CORE Education eFellow. She explains her inquiry into fostering learning conversations in a learner focused environment through connectedness, ubiquity, and agency.

    Claire Buist is a 2013 CORE Education eFellow. She explains her inquiry into fostering learning conversations in a learner focused environment through connectedness, ubiquity, and agency.

    Speaker: Claire Buist
    Date added: 8 Oct 2013
    Duration: 6:52
    Views: 14,799
  • Jamie Power, a 2013 CORE Education eFellow, explains his investigation of the fifth wall and how his team worked together to find the best e-Portfolio solution for their school community.

    Jamie Power, a 2013 CORE Education eFellow, explains his investigation of the fifth wall and how his team worked together to find the best e-Portfolio solution for their school community.

    Speaker: Jamie Power
    Date added: 8 Oct 2013
    Duration: 4:30
    Views: 7,416
  • Jo And Tara feel that the current NZC assessment system is eurocentric, classist, and out of date. In this talk they explain how they have come to this conclusion.

    Jo And Tara feel that the current NZC assessment system is eurocentric, classist, and out of date. In this talk they explain how they have come to this conclusion.

    Speaker: Jo Fothergill
    Date added: 20 Feb 2013
    Duration: 5:38
    Views: 11,180
  • Dave Winter, project director of the connected learning community in Hamilton, talks about three things he considers as important in education today: Strategies to deal with the change that comes with the ultrafast broadband roll out; the digital society; and the connection between teaching as inquiry and professional learning communities.

    Dave Winter, project director of the connected learning community in Hamilton, talks about three things he considers as important in education today: Strategies to deal with the change that comes with the ultrafast broadband roll out; the digital society; and the connection between teaching as inquiry and professional learning communities.

    Speaker: Dave Winter
    Date added: 12 Dec 2012
    Duration: 4:55
    Views: 18,940
  • Anne Kenneally is a 2012 CORE Education eFellow. She tells us about what she learned during her time as an eFellow and how she discovered the strength of letting learners lead the learning.

    Anne Kenneally is a 2012 CORE Education eFellow. She tells us about what she learned during her time as an eFellow and how she discovered the strength of letting learners lead the learning.

    Speaker: Anne Kenneally
    Date added: 10 Dec 2012
    Duration: 3:36
    Views: 17,238
  • Paula Eskett is the school library manager at Riccarton High School in Christchurch. Paula is a 2012 CORE Education eFellow and has spent the year investigating increasing student engagement in research and learning through the use of mobile devices. 

    Paula Eskett is the school library manager at Riccarton High School in Christchurch. Paula is a 2012 CORE Education eFellow and has spent the year investigating increasing student engagement in research and learning through the use of mobile devices. 

    Speaker: Paula Eskett
    Date added: 28 Nov 2012
    Duration: 3:16
    Views: 18,683
  • Helen King from Point England School tells us how encouraging creativity through music, animation, and movies enhanced the learning of her students. 

    Helen King from Point England School tells us how encouraging creativity through music, animation, and movies enhanced the learning of her students. 

    Speaker: Helen King
    Date added: 19 Nov 2012
    Duration: 3:05
    Views: 21,480
  • Sonya, a 2011 CORE Education eFellow, researched hyperconnectivity in teaching and learning. Sonya wanted to investigate how teachers and children collaborate and connect online. She has found that her research raised more questions than answers.

    Sonya, a 2011 CORE Education eFellow, researched hyperconnectivity in teaching and learning. Sonya wanted to investigate how teachers and children collaborate and connect online. She has found that her research raised more questions than answers.

    Speaker: Sonya Van Schaijik
    Date added: 31 Aug 2012
    Duration: 3:48
    Views: 10,295

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