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  • Pauline Henderson, CORE Education Learning with Digital Technologies facilitator, talks about modern learning practice in a secondary classroom and how secondary teachers can get started changing their practice.

    Pauline Henderson, CORE Education Learning with Digital Technologies facilitator, talks about modern learning practice in a secondary classroom and how secondary teachers can get started changing their practice.

    Speaker: Pauline Henderson
    Date added: 20 May 2016
    Views: 76
    Duration: 4:37
  • Angela Vermeulen, CORE Education LwDT facilitator, discusses building collaborative leadership practice, where all involved contribute and have ownership of a shared vision that is robust, tangible, and ensures change is successful and sustainable.

    Angela Vermeulen, CORE Education LwDT facilitator, discusses building collaborative leadership practice, where all involved contribute and have ownership of a shared vision that is robust, tangible, and ensures change is successful and sustainable.

    Speaker: Angela Vermeulen
    Date added: 18 May 2016
    Views: 87
    Duration: 4:14
  • Vivita Rabo, teacher of the Deaf at Mission Heights Junior College and CORE eFellow, talks about her research into the perspectives and experiences of Deaf and hearing impaired students in mainstream schooling.

    Vivita Rabo, teacher of the Deaf at Mission Heights Junior College and CORE eFellow, talks about her research into the perspectives and experiences of Deaf and hearing impaired students in mainstream schooling.

    Speaker: Vivita Rabo
    Date added: 13 May 2016
    Views: 149
    Duration: 8:25
  • Steve Mouldey, CORE Education eFellow and Hobsonville Point Secondary teacher, discusses his research into the impact of Design Thinking on student learning. Steve noted greater outcomes were achieved through longevity of use in the classroom and teacher/student confidence in the process.

    Steve Mouldey, CORE Education eFellow and Hobsonville Point Secondary teacher, discusses his research into the impact of Design Thinking on student learning. Steve noted greater outcomes were achieved through longevity of use in the classroom and teacher/student confidence in the process.

    Speaker: Steve Mouldey
    Date added: 2 May 2016
    Views: 1,799
    Duration: 4:03
  • CORE Education's Alex Hotere-Barns discusses his research into how the concept of non-stupid optimism can help educators address pākehā paralysis in their work. Alex explains strategies to break down barriers and enable non-Māori to be proactive and support Māori colleagues, students and whānau.

    CORE Education's Alex Hotere-Barns discusses his research into how the concept of non-stupid optimism can help educators address pākehā paralysis in their work. Alex explains strategies to break down barriers and enable non-Māori to be proactive and support Māori colleagues, students and whānau.

    Speaker: Alex Hotere-Barns
    Date added: 29 Apr 2016
    Views: 4,986
    Duration: 6:37
  • Camilla Brotherton, CORE eFellow, discusses her inquiry into students building personal identity within a community of kindness, where peers, teachers and family all contribute to an individual’s emerging sense of self.

    Camilla Brotherton, CORE eFellow, discusses her inquiry into students building personal identity within a community of kindness, where peers, teachers and family all contribute to an individual’s emerging sense of self.

    Speaker: Camilla Brotherton
    Date added: 27 Apr 2016
    Views: 832
    Duration: 2:47
  • Richard Wells, Head of Technology at Orewa College and CORE eFellow, talks about his research into networking and connected educators. He describes how challenging personal assumptions around networking constraints helped re-focus his inquiry towards teacher identity, values, and personal reflection.

    Richard Wells, Head of Technology at Orewa College and CORE eFellow, talks about his research into networking and connected educators. He describes how challenging personal assumptions around networking constraints helped re-focus his inquiry towards teacher identity, values, and personal reflection.

    Speaker: Richard Wells
    Date added: 22 Apr 2016
    Views: 2,566
    Duration: 5:47
  • Jay Hays introduces ‘Sustainable learning and education’, a tertiary level course that looks at how education and learning can contribute to a more creative and innovative society in a sustainable way.

    Jay Hays introduces ‘Sustainable learning and education’, a tertiary level course that looks at how education and learning can contribute to a more creative and innovative society in a sustainable way.

    Speaker: Jay Hays
    Date added: 20 Apr 2016
    Views: 2,486
    Duration: 5:05
  • Mel Wiersma, CORE Education eFellow and new entrant teacher, talks about her investigation into the importance of relationships. After consideration of student perspectives, Mel focused on how to facilitate and grow relationships with her students, their families, and between peers.

    Mel Wiersma, CORE Education eFellow and new entrant teacher, talks about her investigation into the importance of relationships. After consideration of student perspectives, Mel focused on how to facilitate and grow relationships with her students, their families, and between peers.

    Speaker: Mel Wiersma
    Date added: 15 Apr 2016
    Views: 2,747
    Duration: 4:48
  • Pauline Henderson, CORE Education Learning with Digital Technologies facilitator, talks about modern learning practice in a secondary classroom and how secondary teachers can get started changing their practice.

    Pauline Henderson, CORE Education Learning with Digital Technologies facilitator, talks about modern learning practice in a secondary classroom and how secondary teachers can get started changing their practice.

    Speaker: Pauline Henderson
    Date added: 20 May 2016
    Views: 76
    Duration: 4:37
  • Angela Vermeulen, CORE Education LwDT facilitator, discusses building collaborative leadership practice, where all involved contribute and have ownership of a shared vision that is robust, tangible, and ensures change is successful and sustainable.

    Angela Vermeulen, CORE Education LwDT facilitator, discusses building collaborative leadership practice, where all involved contribute and have ownership of a shared vision that is robust, tangible, and ensures change is successful and sustainable.

    Speaker: Angela Vermeulen
    Date added: 18 May 2016
    Views: 87
    Duration: 4:14
  • Vivita Rabo, teacher of the Deaf at Mission Heights Junior College and CORE eFellow, talks about her research into the perspectives and experiences of Deaf and hearing impaired students in mainstream schooling.

    Vivita Rabo, teacher of the Deaf at Mission Heights Junior College and CORE eFellow, talks about her research into the perspectives and experiences of Deaf and hearing impaired students in mainstream schooling.

    Speaker: Vivita Rabo
    Date added: 13 May 2016
    Views: 149
    Duration: 8:25
  • Steve Mouldey, CORE Education eFellow and Hobsonville Point Secondary teacher, discusses his research into the impact of Design Thinking on student learning. Steve noted greater outcomes were achieved through longevity of use in the classroom and teacher/student confidence in the process.

    Steve Mouldey, CORE Education eFellow and Hobsonville Point Secondary teacher, discusses his research into the impact of Design Thinking on student learning. Steve noted greater outcomes were achieved through longevity of use in the classroom and teacher/student confidence in the process.

    Speaker: Steve Mouldey
    Date added: 2 May 2016
    Views: 1,799
    Duration: 4:03
  • CORE Education's Alex Hotere-Barns discusses his research into how the concept of non-stupid optimism can help educators address pākehā paralysis in their work. Alex explains strategies to break down barriers and enable non-Māori to be proactive and support Māori colleagues, students and whānau.

    CORE Education's Alex Hotere-Barns discusses his research into how the concept of non-stupid optimism can help educators address pākehā paralysis in their work. Alex explains strategies to break down barriers and enable non-Māori to be proactive and support Māori colleagues, students and whānau.

    Speaker: Alex Hotere-Barns
    Date added: 29 Apr 2016
    Views: 4,986
    Duration: 6:37
  • Camilla Brotherton, CORE eFellow, discusses her inquiry into students building personal identity within a community of kindness, where peers, teachers and family all contribute to an individual’s emerging sense of self.

    Camilla Brotherton, CORE eFellow, discusses her inquiry into students building personal identity within a community of kindness, where peers, teachers and family all contribute to an individual’s emerging sense of self.

    Speaker: Camilla Brotherton
    Date added: 27 Apr 2016
    Views: 832
    Duration: 2:47
  • Richard Wells, Head of Technology at Orewa College and CORE eFellow, talks about his research into networking and connected educators. He describes how challenging personal assumptions around networking constraints helped re-focus his inquiry towards teacher identity, values, and personal reflection.

    Richard Wells, Head of Technology at Orewa College and CORE eFellow, talks about his research into networking and connected educators. He describes how challenging personal assumptions around networking constraints helped re-focus his inquiry towards teacher identity, values, and personal reflection.

    Speaker: Richard Wells
    Date added: 22 Apr 2016
    Views: 2,566
    Duration: 5:47
  • Jay Hays introduces ‘Sustainable learning and education’, a tertiary level course that looks at how education and learning can contribute to a more creative and innovative society in a sustainable way.

    Jay Hays introduces ‘Sustainable learning and education’, a tertiary level course that looks at how education and learning can contribute to a more creative and innovative society in a sustainable way.

    Speaker: Jay Hays
    Date added: 20 Apr 2016
    Views: 2,486
    Duration: 5:05
  • Mel Wiersma, CORE Education eFellow and new entrant teacher, talks about her investigation into the importance of relationships. After consideration of student perspectives, Mel focused on how to facilitate and grow relationships with her students, their families, and between peers.

    Mel Wiersma, CORE Education eFellow and new entrant teacher, talks about her investigation into the importance of relationships. After consideration of student perspectives, Mel focused on how to facilitate and grow relationships with her students, their families, and between peers.

    Speaker: Mel Wiersma
    Date added: 15 Apr 2016
    Views: 2,747
    Duration: 4:48

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