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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
    Views: 56
    Duration: 23:57
  • 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
    Views: 812
    Duration: 3:45
  • 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
    Views: 836
    Duration: 2:59
  • 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
    Views: 1,008
    Duration: 9:24
  • 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
    Views: 2,426
    Duration: 8:41
  • 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
    Views: 1,595
    Duration: 38:15
  • 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
    Views: 1,084
    Duration: 3:37
  • 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
    Views: 2,405
    Duration: 7:44
  • 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
    Views: 2,389
    Duration: 8:36
  • 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
    Views: 56
    Duration: 23:57
  • 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
    Views: 812
    Duration: 3:45
  • 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
    Views: 836
    Duration: 2:59
  • 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
    Views: 1,008
    Duration: 9:24
  • 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
    Views: 2,426
    Duration: 8:41
  • 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
    Views: 1,595
    Duration: 38:15
  • 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
    Views: 1,084
    Duration: 3:37
  • 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
    Views: 2,405
    Duration: 7:44
  • 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
    Views: 2,389
    Duration: 8:36

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