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  • Ko tā Wawaro Te Whaiti kia whai wāhi ngā tamariki ki ngā ipae i a rātou i te kura. Ko tōna akiaki nui nei me aro ki ōna painga mō te taha ako me te whakarite he rautaki haumarutanga hei ārahi pai i ngā tamariki, ngā kaiako me ngā mātua.

    Ko tā Wawaro Te Whaiti kia whai wāhi ngā tamariki ki ngā ipae i a rātou i te kura. Ko tōna akiaki nui nei me aro ki ōna painga mō te taha ako me te whakarite he rautaki haumarutanga hei ārahi pai i ngā tamariki, ngā kaiako me ngā mātua.

    Speaker: Wawaro Te Whaiti
    Date added: 22 Jul 2016
    Duration: 3:36
    Views: 63
  • Whakarongo mai ana ki a Wawaro Te Whaiti e kōrero ana mō tētahi kemu hou, ara, He kupu i kore. Ko tōna tikanga he kemu e hāpai ana i te whakawhanaketanga o te puna kupu a te tamaiti.

    Whakarongo mai ana ki a Wawaro Te Whaiti e kōrero ana mō tētahi kemu hou, ara, He kupu i kore. Ko tōna tikanga he kemu e hāpai ana i te whakawhanaketanga o te puna kupu a te tamaiti.

    Speaker: Wawaro Te Whaiti
    Date added: 22 Jul 2016
    Duration: 2:53
    Views: 87
  • Juliet Revell talks about #edchatNZ kid's blog, which is designed to empower students and educators through knowledge and connections. Juliet explains how teachers can get their class involved and the benefits of learning to be cybersmart in an authentic context.

    Juliet Revell talks about #edchatNZ kid's blog, which is designed to empower students and educators through knowledge and connections. Juliet explains how teachers can get their class involved and the benefits of learning to be cybersmart in an authentic context.

    Speaker: Juliet Revell
    Date added: 4 Jul 2016
    Duration: 4:03
    Views: 339
  • Matt Kennedy and Jamie Power, Golden Sands School, share their schools' journey of accelerated growth and the processes used to navigate change. Matt and Jamie discuss the importance of having a pathway and strong, nurtured leaders to ensure sustainability.

    Matt Kennedy and Jamie Power, Golden Sands School, share their schools' journey of accelerated growth and the processes used to navigate change. Matt and Jamie discuss the importance of having a pathway and strong, nurtured leaders to ensure sustainability.

    Speaker: Matt Kennedy and Jamie Power
    Date added: 27 Jun 2016
    Duration: 7:54
    Views: 635
  • Kate Brown discusses a concept-based curriculum that develops student understandings through a conceptual lens, which are then transferrable to new contexts. It includes the three dimensions of factual knowledge, related skills and processes, and conceptual understandings. 

    Kate Brown discusses a concept-based curriculum that develops student understandings through a conceptual lens, which are then transferrable to new contexts. It includes the three dimensions of factual knowledge, related skills and processes, and conceptual understandings. 

    Speaker: Kate Brown
    Date added: 13 Jun 2016
    Duration: 4:55
    Views: 1,142
  • 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
    Duration: 4:37
    Views: 3,475
  • 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
    Duration: 4:14
    Views: 3,405
  • 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
    Duration: 8:25
    Views: 3,401
  • CORE Education's Alex Hotere-Barnes 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-Barnes 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-Barnes
    Date added: 29 Apr 2016
    Duration: 6:37
    Views: 9,310
  • Ko tā Wawaro Te Whaiti kia whai wāhi ngā tamariki ki ngā ipae i a rātou i te kura. Ko tōna akiaki nui nei me aro ki ōna painga mō te taha ako me te whakarite he rautaki haumarutanga hei ārahi pai i ngā tamariki, ngā kaiako me ngā mātua.

    Ko tā Wawaro Te Whaiti kia whai wāhi ngā tamariki ki ngā ipae i a rātou i te kura. Ko tōna akiaki nui nei me aro ki ōna painga mō te taha ako me te whakarite he rautaki haumarutanga hei ārahi pai i ngā tamariki, ngā kaiako me ngā mātua.

    Speaker: Wawaro Te Whaiti
    Date added: 22 Jul 2016
    Duration: 3:36
    Views: 63
  • Whakarongo mai ana ki a Wawaro Te Whaiti e kōrero ana mō tētahi kemu hou, ara, He kupu i kore. Ko tōna tikanga he kemu e hāpai ana i te whakawhanaketanga o te puna kupu a te tamaiti.

    Whakarongo mai ana ki a Wawaro Te Whaiti e kōrero ana mō tētahi kemu hou, ara, He kupu i kore. Ko tōna tikanga he kemu e hāpai ana i te whakawhanaketanga o te puna kupu a te tamaiti.

    Speaker: Wawaro Te Whaiti
    Date added: 22 Jul 2016
    Duration: 2:53
    Views: 87
  • Juliet Revell talks about #edchatNZ kid's blog, which is designed to empower students and educators through knowledge and connections. Juliet explains how teachers can get their class involved and the benefits of learning to be cybersmart in an authentic context.

    Juliet Revell talks about #edchatNZ kid's blog, which is designed to empower students and educators through knowledge and connections. Juliet explains how teachers can get their class involved and the benefits of learning to be cybersmart in an authentic context.

    Speaker: Juliet Revell
    Date added: 4 Jul 2016
    Duration: 4:03
    Views: 339
  • Matt Kennedy and Jamie Power, Golden Sands School, share their schools' journey of accelerated growth and the processes used to navigate change. Matt and Jamie discuss the importance of having a pathway and strong, nurtured leaders to ensure sustainability.

    Matt Kennedy and Jamie Power, Golden Sands School, share their schools' journey of accelerated growth and the processes used to navigate change. Matt and Jamie discuss the importance of having a pathway and strong, nurtured leaders to ensure sustainability.

    Speaker: Matt Kennedy and Jamie Power
    Date added: 27 Jun 2016
    Duration: 7:54
    Views: 635
  • Kate Brown discusses a concept-based curriculum that develops student understandings through a conceptual lens, which are then transferrable to new contexts. It includes the three dimensions of factual knowledge, related skills and processes, and conceptual understandings. 

    Kate Brown discusses a concept-based curriculum that develops student understandings through a conceptual lens, which are then transferrable to new contexts. It includes the three dimensions of factual knowledge, related skills and processes, and conceptual understandings. 

    Speaker: Kate Brown
    Date added: 13 Jun 2016
    Duration: 4:55
    Views: 1,142
  • 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
    Duration: 4:37
    Views: 3,475
  • 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
    Duration: 4:14
    Views: 3,405
  • 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
    Duration: 8:25
    Views: 3,401
  • CORE Education's Alex Hotere-Barnes 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-Barnes 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-Barnes
    Date added: 29 Apr 2016
    Duration: 6:37
    Views: 9,310

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