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  • 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
    Speaker: Anne Kenneally
    Date added: 10 Dec 2012
    Date: 10 Dec 2012
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    Views: 30,695
  • Geoff Powell, Director of Learning Technology at St Hilda's School in Southport, Queensland, tells us about his school's recent iPad implementation. At Geoff's school they have a one to one iPad programme for the students in the junior school and then allow the senior students to choose which device they will bring. He asserts that allowing student voice is key to the success of the programme.

    Geoff Powell, Director of Learning Technology at St Hilda's School in Southport, Queensland, tells us about his school's recent iPad implementation. At Geoff's school they have a one to one iPad programme for the students in the junior school and then allow the senior students to choose which device they will bring. He asserts that allowing student voice is key to the success of the programme.

    Speaker: Geoff Powell
    Speaker: Geoff Powell
    Date added: 21 Nov 2012
    Date: 21 Nov 2012
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    Views: 55,778
  • Andrew Taylor comes from a device-rich learning environment in an Australian school. He challenges us to consider whether our focus is on the device or the pedagogy. He asks, "How does pedagogy impact on the device and what responsibility does the teacher have for reflecting on their practice?" The key, Andrew found, was developing a common language of practice.

    Andrew Taylor comes from a device-rich learning environment in an Australian school. He challenges us to consider whether our focus is on the device or the pedagogy. He asks, "How does pedagogy impact on the device and what responsibility does the teacher have for reflecting on their practice?" The key, Andrew found, was developing a common language of practice.

    Speaker: Andrew Taylor
    Speaker: Andrew Taylor
    Date added: 11 Oct 2012
    Date: 11 Oct 2012
    Duration:
    Views: 21,046
  • Glen Davies provides some background on ubiquitous computing, starting with its conception as a hypothesis and then showing us where we are today. Glen addresses the impact and implications of ubiquitous learning, and outlines what schools need to consider when planning for the type of learning made possible with this trend. 

    Glen Davies provides some background on ubiquitous computing, starting with its conception as a hypothesis and then showing us where we are today. Glen addresses the impact and implications of ubiquitous learning, and outlines what schools need to consider when planning for the type of learning made possible with this trend. 

    Speaker: Glen Davies
    Speaker: Glen Davies
    Date added: 8 Mar 2012
    Date: 8 Mar 2012
    Duration:
    Views: 22,041
  • Sam Gliksman, Director of educational technology for a Los Angeles high school, talks about his experiences with BYOD. Sam said it is encouraging that the New Zealand government is willing to invest in infrastructure and this is a big step in the right direction. He warns, however, that there is an assumption that for schools to catch up all we need to do is equip them. This is not true, it is not about the technology but about what you do with it - what is your educational vision? 

    Sam Gliksman, Director of educational technology for a Los Angeles high school, talks about his experiences with BYOD. Sam said it is encouraging that the New Zealand government is willing to invest in infrastructure and this is a big step in the right direction. He warns, however, that there is an assumption that for schools to catch up all we need to do is equip them. This is not true, it is not about the technology but about what you do with it - what is your educational vision? 

    Speaker: Sam Gliksman
    Speaker: Sam Gliksman
    Date added: 20 Jul 2012
    Date: 20 Jul 2012
    Duration:
    Views: 21,762
  • Richard Knuckey from Queen Margaret College explains how his school has undertaken 1:1 laptops. At Queen Margaret College they have decided to have all students use the same device. Richard explains the reasons behind this decision, the challenges they have faced, and how they have overcome these challenges. 

    Richard Knuckey from Queen Margaret College explains how his school has undertaken 1:1 laptops. At Queen Margaret College they have decided to have all students use the same device. Richard explains the reasons behind this decision, the challenges they have faced, and how they have overcome these challenges. 

    Speaker: Richard Knuckey
    Speaker: Richard Knuckey
    Date added: 28 Sep 2012
    Date: 28 Sep 2012
    Duration:
    Views: 14,250
  • Claire Amos, Director of elearning at Epsom Girls Grammar, outlines ten tips for encouraging students to take the lead in a bring your own device approach.

    Claire Amos, Director of elearning at Epsom Girls Grammar, outlines ten tips for encouraging students to take the lead in a bring your own device approach.

    Speaker: Claire Amos
    Speaker: Claire Amos
    Date added: 11 Sep 2012
    Date: 11 Sep 2012
    Duration:
    Views: 72,209
  • In this high energy talk, Ben describes the journey that Wellington High went on to introduce 1 to 1 computing. He outlines the challenges they faced and celebrates the reasons for facing those challenges. Ben's school did not specify the device that students should use, rather they solved the problems that come with students using a range of devices.

    In this high energy talk, Ben describes the journey that Wellington High went on to introduce 1 to 1 computing. He outlines the challenges they faced and celebrates the reasons for facing those challenges. Ben's school did not specify the device that students should use, rather they solved the problems that come with students using a range of devices.

    Speaker: Ben Britton
    Speaker: Ben Britton
    Date added: 26 Sep 2012
    Date: 26 Sep 2012
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    Views: 28,569
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