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  • 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: 163
    Duration:
  • Gisborne Boys' High School teacher Tim Gander explains how he introduced learner agency into his classrooms. He describes the process and the barriers they needed to address, including hacking the internal assessments - rewriting them so that they were authentic and relevant for the students. 

    Gisborne Boys' High School teacher Tim Gander explains how he introduced learner agency into his classrooms. He describes the process and the barriers they needed to address, including hacking the internal assessments - rewriting them so that they were authentic and relevant for the students. 

    Speaker: Tim Gander
    Date added: 20 May 2015
    Views: 585
    Duration:
  • Lynne Silcock, the National Coordinator, Assistive Technology, at the Ministry of Education talks about the opportunities technology provides students who don't succeed in traditional literacy and numeracy avenues. Lynne says "we need o offer students opportunities for different ways of using technology, different ways of expressing and engaging in their learning".

    Lynne Silcock, the National Coordinator, Assistive Technology, at the Ministry of Education talks about the opportunities technology provides students who don't succeed in traditional literacy and numeracy avenues. Lynne says "we need o offer students opportunities for different ways of using technology, different ways of expressing and engaging in their learning".

    Speaker: Lynne Silcock
    Date added: 14 May 2015
    Views: 766
    Duration:
  • Tara Fagan, Facilitator with CORE Education, talks about the value of using mobile devices in Early Childhood education. She outlines some of the benefits of using mobile devices, and challenges educators to reflect on how they are used, not only for teaching but for children's learning.

    Tara Fagan, Facilitator with CORE Education, talks about the value of using mobile devices in Early Childhood education. She outlines some of the benefits of using mobile devices, and challenges educators to reflect on how they are used, not only for teaching but for children's learning.

    Speaker: Tara Fagan
    Date added: 11 May 2015
    Views: 930
    Duration:
  • Eunice Price outlines the themes of her Masters study: the way that teenage girls use and engage with social media. Eunice describes the various tensions that she observed, such as the tension between managing their public relationships and communication with their developing private relationships, and the temsion between openness and privacy. 

    Eunice Price outlines the themes of her Masters study: the way that teenage girls use and engage with social media. Eunice describes the various tensions that she observed, such as the tension between managing their public relationships and communication with their developing private relationships, and the temsion between openness and privacy. 

    Speaker: Eunice Price
    Date added: 6 May 2015
    Views: 2,425
    Duration:
  • Roxy Hickman describes how a beginning teacher used the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in the writing process. By providing many options for the students to build on their thoughts and ideas, barriers to writing were removed. 

    Roxy Hickman describes how a beginning teacher used the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in the writing process. By providing many options for the students to build on their thoughts and ideas, barriers to writing were removed. 

    Speaker: Roxy Hickman
    Date added: 4 May 2015
    Views: 2,382
    Duration:
  • Dr Katie Novak is a Reading curriculum coordinator and an independent 'Universal Design for Learning' (UDL) consultant. In this interview from ULearn15 Katie talks about the many ways UDL enables teachers to take rigorous curriculum, challenging content and challenging knowledge, and make it accessible to all students. 

    Dr Katie Novak is a Reading curriculum coordinator and an independent 'Universal Design for Learning' (UDL) consultant. In this interview from ULearn15 Katie talks about the many ways UDL enables teachers to take rigorous curriculum, challenging content and challenging knowledge, and make it accessible to all students. 

    Speaker: Katie Novak
    Date added: 30 Apr 2015
    Views: 5,231
    Duration:
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Virtual Great Walker' field trip in February 2015 on the Routeburn Track. In this video we join LEARNZ Teacher, Shelley Hersey and Ruud Kleinpaste, the famous 'Bugman', by an alpine tarn beside the Routeburn Track.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Virtual Great Walker' field trip in February 2015 on the Routeburn Track. In this video we join LEARNZ Teacher, Shelley Hersey and Ruud Kleinpaste, the famous 'Bugman', by an alpine tarn beside the Routeburn Track.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 29 Apr 2015
    Views: 2,067
    Duration:
  • Janelle Riki points to the design of how modern learning environments, modern learning spaces in schools and the ways that they are looking to redefine the learning spaces for students. Janelle asks how can we make these spaces culturally located for Māori students.

    Janelle Riki points to the design of how modern learning environments, modern learning spaces in schools and the ways that they are looking to redefine the learning spaces for students. Janelle asks how can we make these spaces culturally located for Māori students.

    Speaker: Janelle Riki
    Date added: 24 Apr 2015
    Views: 3,725
    Duration:
  • 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: 163
    Duration:
  • Gisborne Boys' High School teacher Tim Gander explains how he introduced learner agency into his classrooms. He describes the process and the barriers they needed to address, including hacking the internal assessments - rewriting them so that they were authentic and relevant for the students. 

    Gisborne Boys' High School teacher Tim Gander explains how he introduced learner agency into his classrooms. He describes the process and the barriers they needed to address, including hacking the internal assessments - rewriting them so that they were authentic and relevant for the students. 

    Speaker: Tim Gander
    Date added: 20 May 2015
    Views: 585
    Duration:
  • Lynne Silcock, the National Coordinator, Assistive Technology, at the Ministry of Education talks about the opportunities technology provides students who don't succeed in traditional literacy and numeracy avenues. Lynne says "we need o offer students opportunities for different ways of using technology, different ways of expressing and engaging in their learning".

    Lynne Silcock, the National Coordinator, Assistive Technology, at the Ministry of Education talks about the opportunities technology provides students who don't succeed in traditional literacy and numeracy avenues. Lynne says "we need o offer students opportunities for different ways of using technology, different ways of expressing and engaging in their learning".

    Speaker: Lynne Silcock
    Date added: 14 May 2015
    Views: 766
    Duration:
  • Tara Fagan, Facilitator with CORE Education, talks about the value of using mobile devices in Early Childhood education. She outlines some of the benefits of using mobile devices, and challenges educators to reflect on how they are used, not only for teaching but for children's learning.

    Tara Fagan, Facilitator with CORE Education, talks about the value of using mobile devices in Early Childhood education. She outlines some of the benefits of using mobile devices, and challenges educators to reflect on how they are used, not only for teaching but for children's learning.

    Speaker: Tara Fagan
    Date added: 11 May 2015
    Views: 930
    Duration:
  • Eunice Price outlines the themes of her Masters study: the way that teenage girls use and engage with social media. Eunice describes the various tensions that she observed, such as the tension between managing their public relationships and communication with their developing private relationships, and the temsion between openness and privacy. 

    Eunice Price outlines the themes of her Masters study: the way that teenage girls use and engage with social media. Eunice describes the various tensions that she observed, such as the tension between managing their public relationships and communication with their developing private relationships, and the temsion between openness and privacy. 

    Speaker: Eunice Price
    Date added: 6 May 2015
    Views: 2,425
    Duration:
  • Roxy Hickman describes how a beginning teacher used the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in the writing process. By providing many options for the students to build on their thoughts and ideas, barriers to writing were removed. 

    Roxy Hickman describes how a beginning teacher used the principles of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in the writing process. By providing many options for the students to build on their thoughts and ideas, barriers to writing were removed. 

    Speaker: Roxy Hickman
    Date added: 4 May 2015
    Views: 2,382
    Duration:
  • Dr Katie Novak is a Reading curriculum coordinator and an independent 'Universal Design for Learning' (UDL) consultant. In this interview from ULearn15 Katie talks about the many ways UDL enables teachers to take rigorous curriculum, challenging content and challenging knowledge, and make it accessible to all students. 

    Dr Katie Novak is a Reading curriculum coordinator and an independent 'Universal Design for Learning' (UDL) consultant. In this interview from ULearn15 Katie talks about the many ways UDL enables teachers to take rigorous curriculum, challenging content and challenging knowledge, and make it accessible to all students. 

    Speaker: Katie Novak
    Date added: 30 Apr 2015
    Views: 5,231
    Duration:
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Virtual Great Walker' field trip in February 2015 on the Routeburn Track. In this video we join LEARNZ Teacher, Shelley Hersey and Ruud Kleinpaste, the famous 'Bugman', by an alpine tarn beside the Routeburn Track.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Virtual Great Walker' field trip in February 2015 on the Routeburn Track. In this video we join LEARNZ Teacher, Shelley Hersey and Ruud Kleinpaste, the famous 'Bugman', by an alpine tarn beside the Routeburn Track.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 29 Apr 2015
    Views: 2,067
    Duration:
  • Janelle Riki points to the design of how modern learning environments, modern learning spaces in schools and the ways that they are looking to redefine the learning spaces for students. Janelle asks how can we make these spaces culturally located for Māori students.

    Janelle Riki points to the design of how modern learning environments, modern learning spaces in schools and the ways that they are looking to redefine the learning spaces for students. Janelle asks how can we make these spaces culturally located for Māori students.

    Speaker: Janelle Riki
    Date added: 24 Apr 2015
    Views: 3,725
    Duration:

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