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  • Tania Coutts is an e-Learning facilitator with Te Toi Tupu based in Whangarei. Her role is working with Early Childhood Centres and schools, supporting teachers to integrate e-Learning into their environments. In this EDtalk Tania talks about Challenge Based Learning.

    Tania Coutts is an e-Learning facilitator with Te Toi Tupu based in Whangarei. Her role is working with Early Childhood Centres and schools, supporting teachers to integrate e-Learning into their environments. In this EDtalk Tania talks about Challenge Based Learning.

    Speaker: Tania Coutts
    Date added: 2 Jul 2015
    Views: 1,035
    Duration: 5:32
  • Rowan Taigel from Cambridge High School is an English teacher and one of CORE Education's 2014 eFellows. In this EDtalk Rowan describes her work with gifted writers and how she worked to empower them and help them release their voice using blended E-Learning techniques. 

    Rowan Taigel from Cambridge High School is an English teacher and one of CORE Education's 2014 eFellows. In this EDtalk Rowan describes her work with gifted writers and how she worked to empower them and help them release their voice using blended E-Learning techniques. 

    Speaker: Rowan Taigel
    Date added: 1 Jul 2015
    Views: 1,140
    Duration: 7:17
  • Danielle Myburgh describes #edchatnz - a community of teachers on Twitter - and the many benefits of networking this way. By meeting online with other education professionals in the evening to discuss pre-selected topics, participants are actively engaging in critical discussions around topics that are real for them.

    Danielle Myburgh describes #edchatnz - a community of teachers on Twitter - and the many benefits of networking this way. By meeting online with other education professionals in the evening to discuss pre-selected topics, participants are actively engaging in critical discussions around topics that are real for them.

    Speaker: Danielle Myburgh
    Date added: 17 Jun 2015
    Views: 1,674
    Duration: 3:54
  • Clint Samaseia, teacher at Southern Cross campus in Mangere East, Auckland, talks about ICT engagement for Pasifika learners. Clint discusses the pastoral support that Pasifika students need, and the community engagement required to enable parents to be involved with their student learning.

    Clint Samaseia, teacher at Southern Cross campus in Mangere East, Auckland, talks about ICT engagement for Pasifika learners. Clint discusses the pastoral support that Pasifika students need, and the community engagement required to enable parents to be involved with their student learning.

    Speaker: Clint Samaseia
    Date added: 11 Jun 2015
    Views: 1,943
    Duration: 4:14
  • Mary Anne Murphy talks about mBraining or Multiple Braining: the idea that we have not just one brain but three - a gut brain, a heart brain and a head brain. Each of those brains give information to us: the head brain is about creativity and the thinking processes. The heart brain is around your values. And the gut brain is where we look at identity and motivation.

    Mary Anne Murphy talks about mBraining or Multiple Braining: the idea that we have not just one brain but three - a gut brain, a heart brain and a head brain. Each of those brains give information to us: the head brain is about creativity and the thinking processes. The heart brain is around your values. And the gut brain is where we look at identity and motivation.

    Speaker: Mary Anne Murphy
    Date added: 4 Jun 2015
    Views: 2,394
    Duration: 4:58
  • CORE facilitators Rick Whalley and Merryn Dunmill talk about virtual professional learning and development (VPLD). The VPLD programme is part of the Learning with Digital Technologies programme based around an online Community of Practice, which provides professional learning situated in a teacher's or Principal's practice within their own school context. 

    CORE facilitators Rick Whalley and Merryn Dunmill talk about virtual professional learning and development (VPLD). The VPLD programme is part of the Learning with Digital Technologies programme based around an online Community of Practice, which provides professional learning situated in a teacher's or Principal's practice within their own school context. 

    Speaker: Rick Whalley and Merry Dunmill
    Date added: 3 Jun 2015
    Views: 1,889
    Duration: 9:35
  • During Privacy Week 2015, CORE eLearning and Future Focused Facilitator Andrew Cowie hosted a panel discussion covering some of the issues associated with data ownership. Andrew’s two guests were Katrine Evans, Assistant Privacy Commissioner, and Sean Lyons, Chief Technology Officer at Netsafe.

    During Privacy Week 2015, CORE eLearning and Future Focused Facilitator Andrew Cowie hosted a panel discussion covering some of the issues associated with data ownership. Andrew’s two guests were Katrine Evans, Assistant Privacy Commissioner, and Sean Lyons, Chief Technology Officer at Netsafe.

    Speaker: Andrew Cowie
    Date added: 28 May 2015
    Views: 1,899
    Duration: 22:12
  • Helen Cooper and Tamara Bell talk about Modern Learning practice and the associated changes that are impacting on schools. Helen and Tamara discuss what this can mean for schools as they communicate with parents, and try to engage parents in the change process. 

    Helen Cooper and Tamara Bell talk about Modern Learning practice and the associated changes that are impacting on schools. Helen and Tamara discuss what this can mean for schools as they communicate with parents, and try to engage parents in the change process. 

    Speaker: Helen Cooper and Tamara Bell
    Date added: 27 May 2015
    Views: 2,488
    Duration: 9:48
  • Pennie Otto, lecturer at MIT, talks about her research looking at the perspectives of Niuean secondary school boys and their aspirations to pursue tertiary studies. Pennie describes how important it was for the boys to be recognised as being Niuean, and the concept of vahaloto or connection that is "deeper than the relationship between the teacher and the student".

    Pennie Otto, lecturer at MIT, talks about her research looking at the perspectives of Niuean secondary school boys and their aspirations to pursue tertiary studies. Pennie describes how important it was for the boys to be recognised as being Niuean, and the concept of vahaloto or connection that is "deeper than the relationship between the teacher and the student".

    Speaker: Pennie Otto
    Date added: 25 May 2015
    Views: 1,977
    Duration: 5:38
  • Tania Coutts is an e-Learning facilitator with Te Toi Tupu based in Whangarei. Her role is working with Early Childhood Centres and schools, supporting teachers to integrate e-Learning into their environments. In this EDtalk Tania talks about Challenge Based Learning.

    Tania Coutts is an e-Learning facilitator with Te Toi Tupu based in Whangarei. Her role is working with Early Childhood Centres and schools, supporting teachers to integrate e-Learning into their environments. In this EDtalk Tania talks about Challenge Based Learning.

    Speaker: Tania Coutts
    Date added: 2 Jul 2015
    Views: 1,035
    Duration: 5:32
  • Rowan Taigel from Cambridge High School is an English teacher and one of CORE Education's 2014 eFellows. In this EDtalk Rowan describes her work with gifted writers and how she worked to empower them and help them release their voice using blended E-Learning techniques. 

    Rowan Taigel from Cambridge High School is an English teacher and one of CORE Education's 2014 eFellows. In this EDtalk Rowan describes her work with gifted writers and how she worked to empower them and help them release their voice using blended E-Learning techniques. 

    Speaker: Rowan Taigel
    Date added: 1 Jul 2015
    Views: 1,140
    Duration: 7:17
  • Danielle Myburgh describes #edchatnz - a community of teachers on Twitter - and the many benefits of networking this way. By meeting online with other education professionals in the evening to discuss pre-selected topics, participants are actively engaging in critical discussions around topics that are real for them.

    Danielle Myburgh describes #edchatnz - a community of teachers on Twitter - and the many benefits of networking this way. By meeting online with other education professionals in the evening to discuss pre-selected topics, participants are actively engaging in critical discussions around topics that are real for them.

    Speaker: Danielle Myburgh
    Date added: 17 Jun 2015
    Views: 1,674
    Duration: 3:54
  • Clint Samaseia, teacher at Southern Cross campus in Mangere East, Auckland, talks about ICT engagement for Pasifika learners. Clint discusses the pastoral support that Pasifika students need, and the community engagement required to enable parents to be involved with their student learning.

    Clint Samaseia, teacher at Southern Cross campus in Mangere East, Auckland, talks about ICT engagement for Pasifika learners. Clint discusses the pastoral support that Pasifika students need, and the community engagement required to enable parents to be involved with their student learning.

    Speaker: Clint Samaseia
    Date added: 11 Jun 2015
    Views: 1,943
    Duration: 4:14
  • Mary Anne Murphy talks about mBraining or Multiple Braining: the idea that we have not just one brain but three - a gut brain, a heart brain and a head brain. Each of those brains give information to us: the head brain is about creativity and the thinking processes. The heart brain is around your values. And the gut brain is where we look at identity and motivation.

    Mary Anne Murphy talks about mBraining or Multiple Braining: the idea that we have not just one brain but three - a gut brain, a heart brain and a head brain. Each of those brains give information to us: the head brain is about creativity and the thinking processes. The heart brain is around your values. And the gut brain is where we look at identity and motivation.

    Speaker: Mary Anne Murphy
    Date added: 4 Jun 2015
    Views: 2,394
    Duration: 4:58
  • CORE facilitators Rick Whalley and Merryn Dunmill talk about virtual professional learning and development (VPLD). The VPLD programme is part of the Learning with Digital Technologies programme based around an online Community of Practice, which provides professional learning situated in a teacher's or Principal's practice within their own school context. 

    CORE facilitators Rick Whalley and Merryn Dunmill talk about virtual professional learning and development (VPLD). The VPLD programme is part of the Learning with Digital Technologies programme based around an online Community of Practice, which provides professional learning situated in a teacher's or Principal's practice within their own school context. 

    Speaker: Rick Whalley and Merry Dunmill
    Date added: 3 Jun 2015
    Views: 1,889
    Duration: 9:35
  • During Privacy Week 2015, CORE eLearning and Future Focused Facilitator Andrew Cowie hosted a panel discussion covering some of the issues associated with data ownership. Andrew’s two guests were Katrine Evans, Assistant Privacy Commissioner, and Sean Lyons, Chief Technology Officer at Netsafe.

    During Privacy Week 2015, CORE eLearning and Future Focused Facilitator Andrew Cowie hosted a panel discussion covering some of the issues associated with data ownership. Andrew’s two guests were Katrine Evans, Assistant Privacy Commissioner, and Sean Lyons, Chief Technology Officer at Netsafe.

    Speaker: Andrew Cowie
    Date added: 28 May 2015
    Views: 1,899
    Duration: 22:12
  • Helen Cooper and Tamara Bell talk about Modern Learning practice and the associated changes that are impacting on schools. Helen and Tamara discuss what this can mean for schools as they communicate with parents, and try to engage parents in the change process. 

    Helen Cooper and Tamara Bell talk about Modern Learning practice and the associated changes that are impacting on schools. Helen and Tamara discuss what this can mean for schools as they communicate with parents, and try to engage parents in the change process. 

    Speaker: Helen Cooper and Tamara Bell
    Date added: 27 May 2015
    Views: 2,488
    Duration: 9:48
  • Pennie Otto, lecturer at MIT, talks about her research looking at the perspectives of Niuean secondary school boys and their aspirations to pursue tertiary studies. Pennie describes how important it was for the boys to be recognised as being Niuean, and the concept of vahaloto or connection that is "deeper than the relationship between the teacher and the student".

    Pennie Otto, lecturer at MIT, talks about her research looking at the perspectives of Niuean secondary school boys and their aspirations to pursue tertiary studies. Pennie describes how important it was for the boys to be recognised as being Niuean, and the concept of vahaloto or connection that is "deeper than the relationship between the teacher and the student".

    Speaker: Pennie Otto
    Date added: 25 May 2015
    Views: 1,977
    Duration: 5:38

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