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  • Mrs Al Kaylani, Founder Chairman of The Arab International Women's Forum, and opening keynote speaker at the 2014 World Literacy Summit in Oxford, states that 60% of the Middle East region is under the age of 30. "If we could channel their energy, if we could harvest their potential, we could change the fortunes of our region".

    Mrs Al Kaylani, Founder Chairman of The Arab International Women's Forum, and opening keynote speaker at the 2014 World Literacy Summit in Oxford, states that 60% of the Middle East region is under the age of 30. "If we could channel their energy, if we could harvest their potential, we could change the fortunes of our region".

    Speaker: Haifa Fahoum Al Kaylani
    Date added: 28 Jul 2014
    Duration: 23:57
    Views: 55
  • Kathe Tawhiwhirangi, professional learning facilitator for CORE Education, discusses a framework she has used with schools to help them consider how to build an environment for Māori students to achieve success as Māori.

    Kathe Tawhiwhirangi, professional learning facilitator for CORE Education, discusses a framework she has used with schools to help them consider how to build an environment for Māori students to achieve success as Māori.

    Speaker: Kathe Tawhiwhirangi
    Date added: 21 Jul 2014
    Duration: 3:45
    Views: 810
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Wetland Biodiversity' virtual field trip in March 2014 to Ō Tū Wharekai a high country wetland area in the Rangitata River valley. In this video we join LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny and DOC Ranger George Iles in a glacial kettle hole to get a close up look at its special ecology.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Wetland Biodiversity' virtual field trip in March 2014 to Ō Tū Wharekai a high country wetland area in the Rangitata River valley. In this video we join LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny and DOC Ranger George Iles in a glacial kettle hole to get a close up look at its special ecology.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 27 Jun 2014
    Duration: 2:59
    Views: 836
  • Karen Melhuish-Spencer describes our changing 'digital behaviours' where anyone with a web-capable device can communicate independently and on a global scale. Networked organisations enable us to collaborate, connect across teams, offer open pathways to learning, maximise virtual platforms and encourage self-selected networking and personal growth.

    Karen Melhuish-Spencer describes our changing 'digital behaviours' where anyone with a web-capable device can communicate independently and on a global scale. Networked organisations enable us to collaborate, connect across teams, offer open pathways to learning, maximise virtual platforms and encourage self-selected networking and personal growth.

    Speaker: Karen Melhuish Spencer
    Date added: 19 Jun 2014
    Duration: 9:24
    Views: 1,008
  • Isabelle Turmaine is the Director of the Information Centre and Communication Services at the International Association of Universities (IAU) in Paris. She outlines the Higher Education for Education For All project (HEEFA) which is linking the higher education sector to the EFA initiative led by UNESCO, and she describes some of their successes in Mexico, Nepal, India, Kenya, and Burkina Faso.

    Isabelle Turmaine is the Director of the Information Centre and Communication Services at the International Association of Universities (IAU) in Paris. She outlines the Higher Education for Education For All project (HEEFA) which is linking the higher education sector to the EFA initiative led by UNESCO, and she describes some of their successes in Mexico, Nepal, India, Kenya, and Burkina Faso.

    Speaker: Isabelle Turmaine
    Date added: 11 Jun 2014
    Duration: 8:41
    Views: 2,425
  • Bridget Somekh is a visiting Canterbury Fellow, an Emeritus Professor from Manchester Metropolitan University, UK working at the Canterbury University, NZ. She discusses her research into teaching and learning in relation to technologies, most importantly the process of change and impact on attainment and the interactive process between teacher and student. Her research investigates the evaluation of interactive whiteboards in the UK primary schools.

    Bridget Somekh is a visiting Canterbury Fellow, an Emeritus Professor from Manchester Metropolitan University, UK working at the Canterbury University, NZ. She discusses her research into teaching and learning in relation to technologies, most importantly the process of change and impact on attainment and the interactive process between teacher and student. Her research investigates the evaluation of interactive whiteboards in the UK primary schools.

    Speaker: Bridget Somekh
    Date added: 3 Jun 2009
    Duration:
    Views: 258,545
  • Craig Kemp was teaching year 5/6 at Grants Braes School and leading ICT when he shared this story about introducing iPads into his teaching and learning. Craig explores some of the successes and challenges faced when including iPads in his school's technology toolkit.This EDtalk was filmed at Educamp Dunedin.

    Craig Kemp was teaching year 5/6 at Grants Braes School and leading ICT when he shared this story about introducing iPads into his teaching and learning. Craig explores some of the successes and challenges faced when including iPads in his school's technology toolkit.This EDtalk was filmed at Educamp Dunedin.

    Speaker: Craig Kemp
    Date added: 29 Feb 2012
    Duration: 4:53
    Views: 171,089
  • Chrissie Butler is passionate about equitable access to dynamic learning environments for students and educators. She uses ‘voice thread’ in capturing student voice, as a collaborative assessment tool, for peer review, as a tool for developing exemplars, and as a central element of digital portfolios.

    Chrissie Butler is passionate about equitable access to dynamic learning environments for students and educators. She uses ‘voice thread’ in capturing student voice, as a collaborative assessment tool, for peer review, as a tool for developing exemplars, and as a central element of digital portfolios.

    Speaker: Chrissie Butler
    Date added: 30 Sep 2009
    Duration: 11:02
    Views: 79,462
  • Megan Iemma from Tech Coach HQ tells us the story of how digital humanitarianism helped rebuild a school devastated by the Australian bush fires.

    Megan Iemma from Tech Coach HQ tells us the story of how digital humanitarianism helped rebuild a school devastated by the Australian bush fires.

    Speaker: Megan Iemma
    Date added: 9 Dec 2013
    Duration: 5:48
    Views: 75,090
  • Andrew Churches, Curriculum Manager for ICT at Kristin School, talks about First Robotics, an international robotics competition where groups of students (electronics, PR, Finance, logistics) work collaboratively to build a robot in only six weeks.

    Andrew Churches, Curriculum Manager for ICT at Kristin School, talks about First Robotics, an international robotics competition where groups of students (electronics, PR, Finance, logistics) work collaboratively to build a robot in only six weeks.

    Speaker: Andrew Churches
    Date added: 27 Apr 2009
    Duration:
    Views: 71,367
  • Kathe Tawhiwhirangi, professional learning facilitator for CORE Education, discusses a framework she has used with schools to help them consider how to build an environment for Māori students to achieve success as Māori.

    Kathe Tawhiwhirangi, professional learning facilitator for CORE Education, discusses a framework she has used with schools to help them consider how to build an environment for Māori students to achieve success as Māori.

    Speaker: Kathe Tawhiwhirangi
    Date added: 21 Jul 2014
    Duration: 3:45
    Views: 810
  • Karen Melhuish-Spencer describes our changing 'digital behaviours' where anyone with a web-capable device can communicate independently and on a global scale. Networked organisations enable us to collaborate, connect across teams, offer open pathways to learning, maximise virtual platforms and encourage self-selected networking and personal growth.

    Karen Melhuish-Spencer describes our changing 'digital behaviours' where anyone with a web-capable device can communicate independently and on a global scale. Networked organisations enable us to collaborate, connect across teams, offer open pathways to learning, maximise virtual platforms and encourage self-selected networking and personal growth.

    Speaker: Karen Melhuish Spencer
    Date added: 19 Jun 2014
    Duration: 9:24
    Views: 1,008
  • Isabelle Turmaine is the Director of the Information Centre and Communication Services at the International Association of Universities (IAU) in Paris. She outlines the Higher Education for Education For All project (HEEFA) which is linking the higher education sector to the EFA initiative led by UNESCO, and she describes some of their successes in Mexico, Nepal, India, Kenya, and Burkina Faso.

    Isabelle Turmaine is the Director of the Information Centre and Communication Services at the International Association of Universities (IAU) in Paris. She outlines the Higher Education for Education For All project (HEEFA) which is linking the higher education sector to the EFA initiative led by UNESCO, and she describes some of their successes in Mexico, Nepal, India, Kenya, and Burkina Faso.

    Speaker: Isabelle Turmaine
    Date added: 11 Jun 2014
    Duration: 8:41
    Views: 2,425
  • Dr Dirk Van Damme, the Head of the Innovation and Measuring Progress division at the OECD presents the keynote at the 2014 World Literacy Summit. Dr Van Damme outlines the evidence from recent reports, and makes a case for evidence-based advocacy and action.

    Dr Dirk Van Damme, the Head of the Innovation and Measuring Progress division at the OECD presents the keynote at the 2014 World Literacy Summit. Dr Van Damme outlines the evidence from recent reports, and makes a case for evidence-based advocacy and action.

    Speaker: Dirk Van Damme
    Date added: 5 Jun 2014
    Duration: 38:15
    Views: 1,594
  • Linda Hiebert, Senior Director of Global Education and Life Skills at World Vision, outlines Citizen Voice and Action - a local level advocacy methodology that transforms the dialogue between communities and government in order to improve services, like health care and education, which impact the daily lives of children and their families.

    Linda Hiebert, Senior Director of Global Education and Life Skills at World Vision, outlines Citizen Voice and Action - a local level advocacy methodology that transforms the dialogue between communities and government in order to improve services, like health care and education, which impact the daily lives of children and their families.

    Speaker: Linda Hiebert
    Date added: 26 May 2014
    Duration: 7:44
    Views: 2,404
  • Karen Melhuish-Spencer describes our changing 'digital behaviours' where anyone with a web-capable device can communicate independently and on a global scale. Networked organisations enable us to collaborate, connect across teams, offer open pathways to learning, maximise virtual platforms and encourage self-selected networking and personal growth.

    Karen Melhuish-Spencer describes our changing 'digital behaviours' where anyone with a web-capable device can communicate independently and on a global scale. Networked organisations enable us to collaborate, connect across teams, offer open pathways to learning, maximise virtual platforms and encourage self-selected networking and personal growth.

    Speaker: Karen Melhuish Spencer
    Date added: 19 Jun 2014
    Duration: 9:24
    Views: 1,008
  • Derek Wenmoth outlines on the “singularity”, the continuing convergence of previously discrete and separately used technologies and almost ‘invisible’ integration and use of technologies as a part of our everyday life, and describes the likely impact for teachers and learners.

    Derek Wenmoth outlines on the “singularity”, the continuing convergence of previously discrete and separately used technologies and almost ‘invisible’ integration and use of technologies as a part of our everyday life, and describes the likely impact for teachers and learners.

    Speaker: Derek Wenmoth
    Date added: 8 May 2014
    Duration: 7:35
    Views: 2,259
  • CORE's Mark Osborne believes the data we collect about learning must be relevant, reliable and meaningful. Mark asks what the 'teaching as inquiry' processes are like in our schools, and how well is data used when making decisions about what needs to be learnt next and how students might best learn it. 

    CORE's Mark Osborne believes the data we collect about learning must be relevant, reliable and meaningful. Mark asks what the 'teaching as inquiry' processes are like in our schools, and how well is data used when making decisions about what needs to be learnt next and how students might best learn it. 

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 8 Apr 2014
    Duration: 6:50
    Views: 12,063
  • Mark Osborne discusses the challenge of living in the 'digital now' where ideas of participation, identity, democracy, and formal and informal networks are really being challenged. Mark asks how our schools and classrooms model and reflect the ‘digital now’ that is the experience of students and staff outside of school.

    Mark Osborne discusses the challenge of living in the 'digital now' where ideas of participation, identity, democracy, and formal and informal networks are really being challenged. Mark asks how our schools and classrooms model and reflect the ‘digital now’ that is the experience of students and staff outside of school.

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 19 Mar 2014
    Duration: 5:23
    Views: 13,658
  • Derek Wenmoth provides an explanation of learner agency in the first of CORE Education's ten trends for 2014. Derek describes three features: the initiative or self-regulation of the learner, the way agency mediates and is mediated by the sociocultural context of the classroom, and social connectedness - an awareness of the responsibility of one's own actions on others. 

    Derek Wenmoth provides an explanation of learner agency in the first of CORE Education's ten trends for 2014. Derek describes three features: the initiative or self-regulation of the learner, the way agency mediates and is mediated by the sociocultural context of the classroom, and social connectedness - an awareness of the responsibility of one's own actions on others. 

    Speaker: Derek Wenmoth
    Date added: 13 Feb 2014
    Duration: 5:54
    Views: 5,530
  • Jackie Hayward, Communications Manager at Copyright Licensing, helps schools to easily understand the ins and outs of copyright and how copyright licences can enable them to maximise their existing resources and minimise the risk of copyright infringement.

    Jackie Hayward, Communications Manager at Copyright Licensing, helps schools to easily understand the ins and outs of copyright and how copyright licences can enable them to maximise their existing resources and minimise the risk of copyright infringement.

    Speaker: Jackie Hayward
    Date added: 7 May 2014
    Duration: 4:20
    Views: 2,894
  • Peter Murgatroyd, programme advisor with the National Library Service, helps schools transform their libraries into modern learning environments. In this talk he explores the critical importance of digital literacy and the way a modern library environment can support this in a school. 

    Peter Murgatroyd, programme advisor with the National Library Service, helps schools transform their libraries into modern learning environments. In this talk he explores the critical importance of digital literacy and the way a modern library environment can support this in a school. 

    Speaker: Peter Murgatroyd
    Date added: 3 Mar 2014
    Duration: 4:19
    Views: 17,138
  • Stephen Knightly is the Director of InGame and helps companies, marketers and NGOs better engage their audiences by combining gaming principles with branding and training strategies. In this talk he discusses why and how to use video games for learning.

    Stephen Knightly is the Director of InGame and helps companies, marketers and NGOs better engage their audiences by combining gaming principles with branding and training strategies. In this talk he discusses why and how to use video games for learning.

    Speaker: Stephen Knightly
    Date added: 24 Feb 2014
    Duration: 4:39
    Views: 7,258
  • Paula Eskett, development specialist with the school library futures team National Library of NZ, challenges us to reconsider the space formerly known as the school library.

    Paula Eskett, development specialist with the school library futures team National Library of NZ, challenges us to reconsider the space formerly known as the school library.

    Speaker: Paula Eskett
    Date added: 17 Feb 2014
    Duration: 6:32
    Views: 20,637
  • Sally Clendon discusses technology support for literacy learning in students with complex communication and learning needs.

    Sally Clendon discusses technology support for literacy learning in students with complex communication and learning needs.

    Speaker: Sally Clendon
    Date added: 3 Feb 2014
    Duration: 6:41
    Views: 10,733
  • Jane Carroll, Speech language therapist and PhD candidate discusses developing the oral language skills of those just beginning school. Jane outlines a project to help teachers share a common language of learning with their students about phonological awareness and emergent literacy.

    Jane Carroll, Speech language therapist and PhD candidate discusses developing the oral language skills of those just beginning school. Jane outlines a project to help teachers share a common language of learning with their students about phonological awareness and emergent literacy.

    Speaker: Jane Carroll
    Date added: 14 May 2014
    Duration: 6:28
    Views: 1,666
  • Classroom teacher Pam Becker worked with Jane Carroll, as part of research into the development of phonological awareness. Pam talks about the steps she took to improve student outcomes in their oral language development and the impact this had on her practice and her students.

    Classroom teacher Pam Becker worked with Jane Carroll, as part of research into the development of phonological awareness. Pam talks about the steps she took to improve student outcomes in their oral language development and the impact this had on her practice and her students.

    Speaker: Pam Becker
    Date added: 14 May 2014
    Duration: 6:06
    Views: 1,594
  • Jean Rockel from the University of Auckland shares with us her insights into the significant shifts and developments that have influenced the care and education of children up to the age of two over the last two decades, and highlights concepts to consider for the future. Part 1 of a four part interview.

    Jean Rockel from the University of Auckland shares with us her insights into the significant shifts and developments that have influenced the care and education of children up to the age of two over the last two decades, and highlights concepts to consider for the future. Part 1 of a four part interview.

    Speaker: Jean Rockel
    Date added: 10 May 2013
    Duration: 4:41
    Views: 8,902
  • Jean Rockel from the University of Auckland discusses her ideas about some of the things teachers should be aware of when caring for capable, competent children up to the age of two.  Part 2 of a four part interview.

    Jean Rockel from the University of Auckland discusses her ideas about some of the things teachers should be aware of when caring for capable, competent children up to the age of two.  Part 2 of a four part interview.

    Speaker: Jean Rockel
    Date added: 9 May 2013
    Duration: 5:50
    Views: 9,396
  • In this video Jean Rockel acknowledges the very real challenges and constraints she believes impact on the care and education of children up to the age of two. She proposes some important concepts to consider as we strive to support our youngest learners in this significant time in their lives. Part 3 of a four part interview. 

    In this video Jean Rockel acknowledges the very real challenges and constraints she believes impact on the care and education of children up to the age of two. She proposes some important concepts to consider as we strive to support our youngest learners in this significant time in their lives. Part 3 of a four part interview. 

    Speaker: Jean Rockel
    Date added: 8 May 2013
    Duration: 2:26
    Views: 26,610
  • 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: 10,304
  • 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: 10,767
  • 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: 18,098
  • 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: 9,178
  • 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: 12,412
  • Mrs Al Kaylani, Founder Chairman of The Arab International Women's Forum, and opening keynote speaker at the 2014 World Literacy Summit in Oxford, states that 60% of the Middle East region is under the age of 30. "If we could channel their energy, if we could harvest their potential, we could change the fortunes of our region".

    Mrs Al Kaylani, Founder Chairman of The Arab International Women's Forum, and opening keynote speaker at the 2014 World Literacy Summit in Oxford, states that 60% of the Middle East region is under the age of 30. "If we could channel their energy, if we could harvest their potential, we could change the fortunes of our region".

    Speaker: Haifa Fahoum Al Kaylani
    Date added: 28 Jul 2014
    Duration: 23:57
    Views: 55
  • Isabelle Turmaine is the Director of the Information Centre and Communication Services at the International Association of Universities (IAU) in Paris. She outlines the Higher Education for Education For All project (HEEFA) which is linking the higher education sector to the EFA initiative led by UNESCO, and she describes some of their successes in Mexico, Nepal, India, Kenya, and Burkina Faso.

    Isabelle Turmaine is the Director of the Information Centre and Communication Services at the International Association of Universities (IAU) in Paris. She outlines the Higher Education for Education For All project (HEEFA) which is linking the higher education sector to the EFA initiative led by UNESCO, and she describes some of their successes in Mexico, Nepal, India, Kenya, and Burkina Faso.

    Speaker: Isabelle Turmaine
    Date added: 11 Jun 2014
    Duration: 8:41
    Views: 2,425
  • Dr Dirk Van Damme, the Head of the Innovation and Measuring Progress division at the OECD presents the keynote at the 2014 World Literacy Summit. Dr Van Damme outlines the evidence from recent reports, and makes a case for evidence-based advocacy and action.

    Dr Dirk Van Damme, the Head of the Innovation and Measuring Progress division at the OECD presents the keynote at the 2014 World Literacy Summit. Dr Van Damme outlines the evidence from recent reports, and makes a case for evidence-based advocacy and action.

    Speaker: Dirk Van Damme
    Date added: 5 Jun 2014
    Duration: 38:15
    Views: 1,594
  • Linda Hiebert, Senior Director of Global Education and Life Skills at World Vision, outlines Citizen Voice and Action - a local level advocacy methodology that transforms the dialogue between communities and government in order to improve services, like health care and education, which impact the daily lives of children and their families.

    Linda Hiebert, Senior Director of Global Education and Life Skills at World Vision, outlines Citizen Voice and Action - a local level advocacy methodology that transforms the dialogue between communities and government in order to improve services, like health care and education, which impact the daily lives of children and their families.

    Speaker: Linda Hiebert
    Date added: 26 May 2014
    Duration: 7:44
    Views: 2,404
  • Dr Jean-Pierre Ezin is Commissioner for Education, Science and Culture for ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States). Dr Ezin talks about the need to move from a functional literacy to literacy in terms of science literacy,and cultural literacy, and the need for quality teachers and quality teaching.

    Dr Jean-Pierre Ezin is Commissioner for Education, Science and Culture for ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States). Dr Ezin talks about the need to move from a functional literacy to literacy in terms of science literacy,and cultural literacy, and the need for quality teachers and quality teaching.

    Speaker: Jean-Pierre Ezin
    Date added: 19 May 2014
    Duration: 8:36
    Views: 2,389
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Wetland Biodiversity' virtual field trip in March 2014 to Ō Tū Wharekai a high country wetland area in the Rangitata River valley. In this video we join LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny and DOC Ranger George Iles in a glacial kettle hole to get a close up look at its special ecology.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Wetland Biodiversity' virtual field trip in March 2014 to Ō Tū Wharekai a high country wetland area in the Rangitata River valley. In this video we join LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny and DOC Ranger George Iles in a glacial kettle hole to get a close up look at its special ecology.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 27 Jun 2014
    Duration: 2:59
    Views: 836
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Kauri' virtual field trip in March 2014 to Northland. In this video we join Relationship Manager for the Kauri Dieback Programme Ian Mitchell and LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny who discuss how our values about kauri have changed over time.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Kauri' virtual field trip in March 2014 to Northland. In this video we join Relationship Manager for the Kauri Dieback Programme Ian Mitchell and LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny who discuss how our values about kauri have changed over time.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 30 May 2014
    Duration: 3:37
    Views: 1,084
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Geohazards' virtual field trip in February 2014 to the Bay of Plenty. In this video we join LEARNZ teacher Shelley Hersey and GNS scientist Brad Scott at the Whakatāne Fire Station to demonstrate how a tsunami works.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Geohazards' virtual field trip in February 2014 to the Bay of Plenty. In this video we join LEARNZ teacher Shelley Hersey and GNS scientist Brad Scott at the Whakatāne Fire Station to demonstrate how a tsunami works.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 2 May 2014
    Duration: 3:17
    Views: 4,256
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Memorial Park' virtual field trip in November 2013 to Wellington. In this video we join Matthew Tonks from the Ministry for Culture and Heritage and LEARNZ teacher Shelley Hersey to explore the Hall of Memories, play the bells in the Carillon and climb to the top of the tower.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Memorial Park' virtual field trip in November 2013 to Wellington. In this video we join Matthew Tonks from the Ministry for Culture and Heritage and LEARNZ teacher Shelley Hersey to explore the Hall of Memories, play the bells in the Carillon and climb to the top of the tower.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 11 Dec 2013
    Duration: 6:07
    Views: 7,737
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Rakiura/Stewart Island Great Walk'. In this video we join the Bugman Ruud Kleinpaste and LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny at Sydney Cove on Ulva Island/Te Wharawhara to learn about the important relationship between land and sea.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Rakiura/Stewart Island Great Walk'. In this video we join the Bugman Ruud Kleinpaste and LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny at Sydney Cove on Ulva Island/Te Wharawhara to learn about the important relationship between land and sea.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 4 Dec 2013
    Duration: 4:21
    Views: 7,044
  • The team at Myross Bush School in Invercargill have been finding ways to grow the learning capabilities of all students. 

    The team at Myross Bush School in Invercargill have been finding ways to grow the learning capabilities of all students. 

    Speaker: Myross Bush School
    Date added: 4 Apr 2014
    Duration: 5:46
    Views: 14,437
  • Myross Bush is a traditionally built school on the outside, but what you find on the inside might surprise you.

    Myross Bush is a traditionally built school on the outside, but what you find on the inside might surprise you.

    Speaker: Myross Bush School
    Date added: 1 Apr 2014
    Duration: 5:40
    Views: 14,679
  •  CORE Education's Mark Osborne discusses that the first step to considering modern learning environments is to start with learning. If we consider our school's vision for students, then identify the teaching strategies and environments that will help us make that vision a reality, it is a good solid first step.

     CORE Education's Mark Osborne discusses that the first step to considering modern learning environments is to start with learning. If we consider our school's vision for students, then identify the teaching strategies and environments that will help us make that vision a reality, it is a good solid first step.

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 16 Dec 2013
    Duration: 3:55
    Views: 8,577
  • Karyn Gray, from Te Karaka Area school, inspires us to stop making excuses and move towards modern learning in any environment.

    Karyn Gray, from Te Karaka Area school, inspires us to stop making excuses and move towards modern learning in any environment.

    Speaker: Karyn Gray
    Date added: 18 Nov 2013
    Duration: 5:27
    Views: 7,874
  • Stephen Heppell once again challenges us to think differently about schools. In his inspirational style, Stephen argues that "we know how to make schools that don't waste energy, but not schools that don't waste learning". 

    Stephen Heppell once again challenges us to think differently about schools. In his inspirational style, Stephen argues that "we know how to make schools that don't waste energy, but not schools that don't waste learning". 

    Speaker: Stephen Heppell
    Date added: 25 Sep 2013
    Duration: 9:00
    Views: 6,968
  • Mrs Al Kaylani, Founder Chairman of The Arab International Women's Forum, and opening keynote speaker at the 2014 World Literacy Summit in Oxford, states that 60% of the Middle East region is under the age of 30. "If we could channel their energy, if we could harvest their potential, we could change the fortunes of our region".

    Mrs Al Kaylani, Founder Chairman of The Arab International Women's Forum, and opening keynote speaker at the 2014 World Literacy Summit in Oxford, states that 60% of the Middle East region is under the age of 30. "If we could channel their energy, if we could harvest their potential, we could change the fortunes of our region".

    Speaker: Haifa Fahoum Al Kaylani
    Date added: 28 Jul 2014
    Duration: 23:57
    Views: 55
  • Kathe Tawhiwhirangi, professional learning facilitator for CORE Education, discusses a framework she has used with schools to help them consider how to build an environment for Māori students to achieve success as Māori.

    Kathe Tawhiwhirangi, professional learning facilitator for CORE Education, discusses a framework she has used with schools to help them consider how to build an environment for Māori students to achieve success as Māori.

    Speaker: Kathe Tawhiwhirangi
    Date added: 21 Jul 2014
    Duration: 3:45
    Views: 810
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Wetland Biodiversity' virtual field trip in March 2014 to Ō Tū Wharekai a high country wetland area in the Rangitata River valley. In this video we join LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny and DOC Ranger George Iles in a glacial kettle hole to get a close up look at its special ecology.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Wetland Biodiversity' virtual field trip in March 2014 to Ō Tū Wharekai a high country wetland area in the Rangitata River valley. In this video we join LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny and DOC Ranger George Iles in a glacial kettle hole to get a close up look at its special ecology.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 27 Jun 2014
    Duration: 2:59
    Views: 836
  • Karen Melhuish-Spencer describes our changing 'digital behaviours' where anyone with a web-capable device can communicate independently and on a global scale. Networked organisations enable us to collaborate, connect across teams, offer open pathways to learning, maximise virtual platforms and encourage self-selected networking and personal growth.

    Karen Melhuish-Spencer describes our changing 'digital behaviours' where anyone with a web-capable device can communicate independently and on a global scale. Networked organisations enable us to collaborate, connect across teams, offer open pathways to learning, maximise virtual platforms and encourage self-selected networking and personal growth.

    Speaker: Karen Melhuish Spencer
    Date added: 19 Jun 2014
    Duration: 9:24
    Views: 1,008
  • Isabelle Turmaine is the Director of the Information Centre and Communication Services at the International Association of Universities (IAU) in Paris. She outlines the Higher Education for Education For All project (HEEFA) which is linking the higher education sector to the EFA initiative led by UNESCO, and she describes some of their successes in Mexico, Nepal, India, Kenya, and Burkina Faso.

    Isabelle Turmaine is the Director of the Information Centre and Communication Services at the International Association of Universities (IAU) in Paris. She outlines the Higher Education for Education For All project (HEEFA) which is linking the higher education sector to the EFA initiative led by UNESCO, and she describes some of their successes in Mexico, Nepal, India, Kenya, and Burkina Faso.

    Speaker: Isabelle Turmaine
    Date added: 11 Jun 2014
    Duration: 8:41
    Views: 2,425
  • Bridget Somekh is a visiting Canterbury Fellow, an Emeritus Professor from Manchester Metropolitan University, UK working at the Canterbury University, NZ. She discusses her research into teaching and learning in relation to technologies, most importantly the process of change and impact on attainment and the interactive process between teacher and student. Her research investigates the evaluation of interactive whiteboards in the UK primary schools.

    Bridget Somekh is a visiting Canterbury Fellow, an Emeritus Professor from Manchester Metropolitan University, UK working at the Canterbury University, NZ. She discusses her research into teaching and learning in relation to technologies, most importantly the process of change and impact on attainment and the interactive process between teacher and student. Her research investigates the evaluation of interactive whiteboards in the UK primary schools.

    Speaker: Bridget Somekh
    Date added: 3 Jun 2009
    Duration:
    Views: 258,545
  • Craig Kemp was teaching year 5/6 at Grants Braes School and leading ICT when he shared this story about introducing iPads into his teaching and learning. Craig explores some of the successes and challenges faced when including iPads in his school's technology toolkit.This EDtalk was filmed at Educamp Dunedin.

    Craig Kemp was teaching year 5/6 at Grants Braes School and leading ICT when he shared this story about introducing iPads into his teaching and learning. Craig explores some of the successes and challenges faced when including iPads in his school's technology toolkit.This EDtalk was filmed at Educamp Dunedin.

    Speaker: Craig Kemp
    Date added: 29 Feb 2012
    Duration: 4:53
    Views: 171,089
  • Chrissie Butler is passionate about equitable access to dynamic learning environments for students and educators. She uses ‘voice thread’ in capturing student voice, as a collaborative assessment tool, for peer review, as a tool for developing exemplars, and as a central element of digital portfolios.

    Chrissie Butler is passionate about equitable access to dynamic learning environments for students and educators. She uses ‘voice thread’ in capturing student voice, as a collaborative assessment tool, for peer review, as a tool for developing exemplars, and as a central element of digital portfolios.

    Speaker: Chrissie Butler
    Date added: 30 Sep 2009
    Duration: 11:02
    Views: 79,462
  • Megan Iemma from Tech Coach HQ tells us the story of how digital humanitarianism helped rebuild a school devastated by the Australian bush fires.

    Megan Iemma from Tech Coach HQ tells us the story of how digital humanitarianism helped rebuild a school devastated by the Australian bush fires.

    Speaker: Megan Iemma
    Date added: 9 Dec 2013
    Duration: 5:48
    Views: 75,090
  • Andrew Churches, Curriculum Manager for ICT at Kristin School, talks about First Robotics, an international robotics competition where groups of students (electronics, PR, Finance, logistics) work collaboratively to build a robot in only six weeks.

    Andrew Churches, Curriculum Manager for ICT at Kristin School, talks about First Robotics, an international robotics competition where groups of students (electronics, PR, Finance, logistics) work collaboratively to build a robot in only six weeks.

    Speaker: Andrew Churches
    Date added: 27 Apr 2009
    Duration:
    Views: 71,367
  • Kathe Tawhiwhirangi, professional learning facilitator for CORE Education, discusses a framework she has used with schools to help them consider how to build an environment for Māori students to achieve success as Māori.

    Kathe Tawhiwhirangi, professional learning facilitator for CORE Education, discusses a framework she has used with schools to help them consider how to build an environment for Māori students to achieve success as Māori.

    Speaker: Kathe Tawhiwhirangi
    Date added: 21 Jul 2014
    Duration: 3:45
    Views: 810
  • Karen Melhuish-Spencer describes our changing 'digital behaviours' where anyone with a web-capable device can communicate independently and on a global scale. Networked organisations enable us to collaborate, connect across teams, offer open pathways to learning, maximise virtual platforms and encourage self-selected networking and personal growth.

    Karen Melhuish-Spencer describes our changing 'digital behaviours' where anyone with a web-capable device can communicate independently and on a global scale. Networked organisations enable us to collaborate, connect across teams, offer open pathways to learning, maximise virtual platforms and encourage self-selected networking and personal growth.

    Speaker: Karen Melhuish Spencer
    Date added: 19 Jun 2014
    Duration: 9:24
    Views: 1,008
  • Isabelle Turmaine is the Director of the Information Centre and Communication Services at the International Association of Universities (IAU) in Paris. She outlines the Higher Education for Education For All project (HEEFA) which is linking the higher education sector to the EFA initiative led by UNESCO, and she describes some of their successes in Mexico, Nepal, India, Kenya, and Burkina Faso.

    Isabelle Turmaine is the Director of the Information Centre and Communication Services at the International Association of Universities (IAU) in Paris. She outlines the Higher Education for Education For All project (HEEFA) which is linking the higher education sector to the EFA initiative led by UNESCO, and she describes some of their successes in Mexico, Nepal, India, Kenya, and Burkina Faso.

    Speaker: Isabelle Turmaine
    Date added: 11 Jun 2014
    Duration: 8:41
    Views: 2,425
  • Dr Dirk Van Damme, the Head of the Innovation and Measuring Progress division at the OECD presents the keynote at the 2014 World Literacy Summit. Dr Van Damme outlines the evidence from recent reports, and makes a case for evidence-based advocacy and action.

    Dr Dirk Van Damme, the Head of the Innovation and Measuring Progress division at the OECD presents the keynote at the 2014 World Literacy Summit. Dr Van Damme outlines the evidence from recent reports, and makes a case for evidence-based advocacy and action.

    Speaker: Dirk Van Damme
    Date added: 5 Jun 2014
    Duration: 38:15
    Views: 1,594
  • Linda Hiebert, Senior Director of Global Education and Life Skills at World Vision, outlines Citizen Voice and Action - a local level advocacy methodology that transforms the dialogue between communities and government in order to improve services, like health care and education, which impact the daily lives of children and their families.

    Linda Hiebert, Senior Director of Global Education and Life Skills at World Vision, outlines Citizen Voice and Action - a local level advocacy methodology that transforms the dialogue between communities and government in order to improve services, like health care and education, which impact the daily lives of children and their families.

    Speaker: Linda Hiebert
    Date added: 26 May 2014
    Duration: 7:44
    Views: 2,404
  • Karen Melhuish-Spencer describes our changing 'digital behaviours' where anyone with a web-capable device can communicate independently and on a global scale. Networked organisations enable us to collaborate, connect across teams, offer open pathways to learning, maximise virtual platforms and encourage self-selected networking and personal growth.

    Karen Melhuish-Spencer describes our changing 'digital behaviours' where anyone with a web-capable device can communicate independently and on a global scale. Networked organisations enable us to collaborate, connect across teams, offer open pathways to learning, maximise virtual platforms and encourage self-selected networking and personal growth.

    Speaker: Karen Melhuish Spencer
    Date added: 19 Jun 2014
    Duration: 9:24
    Views: 1,008
  • Derek Wenmoth outlines on the “singularity”, the continuing convergence of previously discrete and separately used technologies and almost ‘invisible’ integration and use of technologies as a part of our everyday life, and describes the likely impact for teachers and learners.

    Derek Wenmoth outlines on the “singularity”, the continuing convergence of previously discrete and separately used technologies and almost ‘invisible’ integration and use of technologies as a part of our everyday life, and describes the likely impact for teachers and learners.

    Speaker: Derek Wenmoth
    Date added: 8 May 2014
    Duration: 7:35
    Views: 2,259
  • CORE's Mark Osborne believes the data we collect about learning must be relevant, reliable and meaningful. Mark asks what the 'teaching as inquiry' processes are like in our schools, and how well is data used when making decisions about what needs to be learnt next and how students might best learn it. 

    CORE's Mark Osborne believes the data we collect about learning must be relevant, reliable and meaningful. Mark asks what the 'teaching as inquiry' processes are like in our schools, and how well is data used when making decisions about what needs to be learnt next and how students might best learn it. 

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 8 Apr 2014
    Duration: 6:50
    Views: 12,063
  • Mark Osborne discusses the challenge of living in the 'digital now' where ideas of participation, identity, democracy, and formal and informal networks are really being challenged. Mark asks how our schools and classrooms model and reflect the ‘digital now’ that is the experience of students and staff outside of school.

    Mark Osborne discusses the challenge of living in the 'digital now' where ideas of participation, identity, democracy, and formal and informal networks are really being challenged. Mark asks how our schools and classrooms model and reflect the ‘digital now’ that is the experience of students and staff outside of school.

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 19 Mar 2014
    Duration: 5:23
    Views: 13,658
  • Derek Wenmoth provides an explanation of learner agency in the first of CORE Education's ten trends for 2014. Derek describes three features: the initiative or self-regulation of the learner, the way agency mediates and is mediated by the sociocultural context of the classroom, and social connectedness - an awareness of the responsibility of one's own actions on others. 

    Derek Wenmoth provides an explanation of learner agency in the first of CORE Education's ten trends for 2014. Derek describes three features: the initiative or self-regulation of the learner, the way agency mediates and is mediated by the sociocultural context of the classroom, and social connectedness - an awareness of the responsibility of one's own actions on others. 

    Speaker: Derek Wenmoth
    Date added: 13 Feb 2014
    Duration: 5:54
    Views: 5,530
  • Jackie Hayward, Communications Manager at Copyright Licensing, helps schools to easily understand the ins and outs of copyright and how copyright licences can enable them to maximise their existing resources and minimise the risk of copyright infringement.

    Jackie Hayward, Communications Manager at Copyright Licensing, helps schools to easily understand the ins and outs of copyright and how copyright licences can enable them to maximise their existing resources and minimise the risk of copyright infringement.

    Speaker: Jackie Hayward
    Date added: 7 May 2014
    Duration: 4:20
    Views: 2,894
  • Peter Murgatroyd, programme advisor with the National Library Service, helps schools transform their libraries into modern learning environments. In this talk he explores the critical importance of digital literacy and the way a modern library environment can support this in a school. 

    Peter Murgatroyd, programme advisor with the National Library Service, helps schools transform their libraries into modern learning environments. In this talk he explores the critical importance of digital literacy and the way a modern library environment can support this in a school. 

    Speaker: Peter Murgatroyd
    Date added: 3 Mar 2014
    Duration: 4:19
    Views: 17,138
  • Stephen Knightly is the Director of InGame and helps companies, marketers and NGOs better engage their audiences by combining gaming principles with branding and training strategies. In this talk he discusses why and how to use video games for learning.

    Stephen Knightly is the Director of InGame and helps companies, marketers and NGOs better engage their audiences by combining gaming principles with branding and training strategies. In this talk he discusses why and how to use video games for learning.

    Speaker: Stephen Knightly
    Date added: 24 Feb 2014
    Duration: 4:39
    Views: 7,258
  • Paula Eskett, development specialist with the school library futures team National Library of NZ, challenges us to reconsider the space formerly known as the school library.

    Paula Eskett, development specialist with the school library futures team National Library of NZ, challenges us to reconsider the space formerly known as the school library.

    Speaker: Paula Eskett
    Date added: 17 Feb 2014
    Duration: 6:32
    Views: 20,637
  • Sally Clendon discusses technology support for literacy learning in students with complex communication and learning needs.

    Sally Clendon discusses technology support for literacy learning in students with complex communication and learning needs.

    Speaker: Sally Clendon
    Date added: 3 Feb 2014
    Duration: 6:41
    Views: 10,733
  • Jane Carroll, Speech language therapist and PhD candidate discusses developing the oral language skills of those just beginning school. Jane outlines a project to help teachers share a common language of learning with their students about phonological awareness and emergent literacy.

    Jane Carroll, Speech language therapist and PhD candidate discusses developing the oral language skills of those just beginning school. Jane outlines a project to help teachers share a common language of learning with their students about phonological awareness and emergent literacy.

    Speaker: Jane Carroll
    Date added: 14 May 2014
    Duration: 6:28
    Views: 1,666
  • Classroom teacher Pam Becker worked with Jane Carroll, as part of research into the development of phonological awareness. Pam talks about the steps she took to improve student outcomes in their oral language development and the impact this had on her practice and her students.

    Classroom teacher Pam Becker worked with Jane Carroll, as part of research into the development of phonological awareness. Pam talks about the steps she took to improve student outcomes in their oral language development and the impact this had on her practice and her students.

    Speaker: Pam Becker
    Date added: 14 May 2014
    Duration: 6:06
    Views: 1,594
  • Jean Rockel from the University of Auckland shares with us her insights into the significant shifts and developments that have influenced the care and education of children up to the age of two over the last two decades, and highlights concepts to consider for the future. Part 1 of a four part interview.

    Jean Rockel from the University of Auckland shares with us her insights into the significant shifts and developments that have influenced the care and education of children up to the age of two over the last two decades, and highlights concepts to consider for the future. Part 1 of a four part interview.

    Speaker: Jean Rockel
    Date added: 10 May 2013
    Duration: 4:41
    Views: 8,902
  • Jean Rockel from the University of Auckland discusses her ideas about some of the things teachers should be aware of when caring for capable, competent children up to the age of two.  Part 2 of a four part interview.

    Jean Rockel from the University of Auckland discusses her ideas about some of the things teachers should be aware of when caring for capable, competent children up to the age of two.  Part 2 of a four part interview.

    Speaker: Jean Rockel
    Date added: 9 May 2013
    Duration: 5:50
    Views: 9,396
  • In this video Jean Rockel acknowledges the very real challenges and constraints she believes impact on the care and education of children up to the age of two. She proposes some important concepts to consider as we strive to support our youngest learners in this significant time in their lives. Part 3 of a four part interview. 

    In this video Jean Rockel acknowledges the very real challenges and constraints she believes impact on the care and education of children up to the age of two. She proposes some important concepts to consider as we strive to support our youngest learners in this significant time in their lives. Part 3 of a four part interview. 

    Speaker: Jean Rockel
    Date added: 8 May 2013
    Duration: 2:26
    Views: 26,610
  • 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: 10,304
  • 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: 10,767
  • 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: 18,098
  • 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: 9,178
  • 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: 12,412
  • Mrs Al Kaylani, Founder Chairman of The Arab International Women's Forum, and opening keynote speaker at the 2014 World Literacy Summit in Oxford, states that 60% of the Middle East region is under the age of 30. "If we could channel their energy, if we could harvest their potential, we could change the fortunes of our region".

    Mrs Al Kaylani, Founder Chairman of The Arab International Women's Forum, and opening keynote speaker at the 2014 World Literacy Summit in Oxford, states that 60% of the Middle East region is under the age of 30. "If we could channel their energy, if we could harvest their potential, we could change the fortunes of our region".

    Speaker: Haifa Fahoum Al Kaylani
    Date added: 28 Jul 2014
    Duration: 23:57
    Views: 55
  • Isabelle Turmaine is the Director of the Information Centre and Communication Services at the International Association of Universities (IAU) in Paris. She outlines the Higher Education for Education For All project (HEEFA) which is linking the higher education sector to the EFA initiative led by UNESCO, and she describes some of their successes in Mexico, Nepal, India, Kenya, and Burkina Faso.

    Isabelle Turmaine is the Director of the Information Centre and Communication Services at the International Association of Universities (IAU) in Paris. She outlines the Higher Education for Education For All project (HEEFA) which is linking the higher education sector to the EFA initiative led by UNESCO, and she describes some of their successes in Mexico, Nepal, India, Kenya, and Burkina Faso.

    Speaker: Isabelle Turmaine
    Date added: 11 Jun 2014
    Duration: 8:41
    Views: 2,425
  • Dr Dirk Van Damme, the Head of the Innovation and Measuring Progress division at the OECD presents the keynote at the 2014 World Literacy Summit. Dr Van Damme outlines the evidence from recent reports, and makes a case for evidence-based advocacy and action.

    Dr Dirk Van Damme, the Head of the Innovation and Measuring Progress division at the OECD presents the keynote at the 2014 World Literacy Summit. Dr Van Damme outlines the evidence from recent reports, and makes a case for evidence-based advocacy and action.

    Speaker: Dirk Van Damme
    Date added: 5 Jun 2014
    Duration: 38:15
    Views: 1,594
  • Linda Hiebert, Senior Director of Global Education and Life Skills at World Vision, outlines Citizen Voice and Action - a local level advocacy methodology that transforms the dialogue between communities and government in order to improve services, like health care and education, which impact the daily lives of children and their families.

    Linda Hiebert, Senior Director of Global Education and Life Skills at World Vision, outlines Citizen Voice and Action - a local level advocacy methodology that transforms the dialogue between communities and government in order to improve services, like health care and education, which impact the daily lives of children and their families.

    Speaker: Linda Hiebert
    Date added: 26 May 2014
    Duration: 7:44
    Views: 2,404
  • Dr Jean-Pierre Ezin is Commissioner for Education, Science and Culture for ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States). Dr Ezin talks about the need to move from a functional literacy to literacy in terms of science literacy,and cultural literacy, and the need for quality teachers and quality teaching.

    Dr Jean-Pierre Ezin is Commissioner for Education, Science and Culture for ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States). Dr Ezin talks about the need to move from a functional literacy to literacy in terms of science literacy,and cultural literacy, and the need for quality teachers and quality teaching.

    Speaker: Jean-Pierre Ezin
    Date added: 19 May 2014
    Duration: 8:36
    Views: 2,389
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Wetland Biodiversity' virtual field trip in March 2014 to Ō Tū Wharekai a high country wetland area in the Rangitata River valley. In this video we join LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny and DOC Ranger George Iles in a glacial kettle hole to get a close up look at its special ecology.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Wetland Biodiversity' virtual field trip in March 2014 to Ō Tū Wharekai a high country wetland area in the Rangitata River valley. In this video we join LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny and DOC Ranger George Iles in a glacial kettle hole to get a close up look at its special ecology.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 27 Jun 2014
    Duration: 2:59
    Views: 836
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Kauri' virtual field trip in March 2014 to Northland. In this video we join Relationship Manager for the Kauri Dieback Programme Ian Mitchell and LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny who discuss how our values about kauri have changed over time.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Kauri' virtual field trip in March 2014 to Northland. In this video we join Relationship Manager for the Kauri Dieback Programme Ian Mitchell and LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny who discuss how our values about kauri have changed over time.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 30 May 2014
    Duration: 3:37
    Views: 1,084
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Geohazards' virtual field trip in February 2014 to the Bay of Plenty. In this video we join LEARNZ teacher Shelley Hersey and GNS scientist Brad Scott at the Whakatāne Fire Station to demonstrate how a tsunami works.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Geohazards' virtual field trip in February 2014 to the Bay of Plenty. In this video we join LEARNZ teacher Shelley Hersey and GNS scientist Brad Scott at the Whakatāne Fire Station to demonstrate how a tsunami works.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 2 May 2014
    Duration: 3:17
    Views: 4,256
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Memorial Park' virtual field trip in November 2013 to Wellington. In this video we join Matthew Tonks from the Ministry for Culture and Heritage and LEARNZ teacher Shelley Hersey to explore the Hall of Memories, play the bells in the Carillon and climb to the top of the tower.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Memorial Park' virtual field trip in November 2013 to Wellington. In this video we join Matthew Tonks from the Ministry for Culture and Heritage and LEARNZ teacher Shelley Hersey to explore the Hall of Memories, play the bells in the Carillon and climb to the top of the tower.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 11 Dec 2013
    Duration: 6:07
    Views: 7,737
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Rakiura/Stewart Island Great Walk'. In this video we join the Bugman Ruud Kleinpaste and LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny at Sydney Cove on Ulva Island/Te Wharawhara to learn about the important relationship between land and sea.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Rakiura/Stewart Island Great Walk'. In this video we join the Bugman Ruud Kleinpaste and LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny at Sydney Cove on Ulva Island/Te Wharawhara to learn about the important relationship between land and sea.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 4 Dec 2013
    Duration: 4:21
    Views: 7,044
  • The team at Myross Bush School in Invercargill have been finding ways to grow the learning capabilities of all students. 

    The team at Myross Bush School in Invercargill have been finding ways to grow the learning capabilities of all students. 

    Speaker: Myross Bush School
    Date added: 4 Apr 2014
    Duration: 5:46
    Views: 14,437
  • Myross Bush is a traditionally built school on the outside, but what you find on the inside might surprise you.

    Myross Bush is a traditionally built school on the outside, but what you find on the inside might surprise you.

    Speaker: Myross Bush School
    Date added: 1 Apr 2014
    Duration: 5:40
    Views: 14,679
  •  CORE Education's Mark Osborne discusses that the first step to considering modern learning environments is to start with learning. If we consider our school's vision for students, then identify the teaching strategies and environments that will help us make that vision a reality, it is a good solid first step.

     CORE Education's Mark Osborne discusses that the first step to considering modern learning environments is to start with learning. If we consider our school's vision for students, then identify the teaching strategies and environments that will help us make that vision a reality, it is a good solid first step.

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 16 Dec 2013
    Duration: 3:55
    Views: 8,577
  • Karyn Gray, from Te Karaka Area school, inspires us to stop making excuses and move towards modern learning in any environment.

    Karyn Gray, from Te Karaka Area school, inspires us to stop making excuses and move towards modern learning in any environment.

    Speaker: Karyn Gray
    Date added: 18 Nov 2013
    Duration: 5:27
    Views: 7,874
  • Stephen Heppell once again challenges us to think differently about schools. In his inspirational style, Stephen argues that "we know how to make schools that don't waste energy, but not schools that don't waste learning". 

    Stephen Heppell once again challenges us to think differently about schools. In his inspirational style, Stephen argues that "we know how to make schools that don't waste energy, but not schools that don't waste learning". 

    Speaker: Stephen Heppell
    Date added: 25 Sep 2013
    Duration: 9:00
    Views: 6,968
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