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  • Karen Melhuish-Spencer outlines the impact and implications of the trend towards increased global connectedness. Karen believes our challenge is to model and encourage the use of technologies in ways that help learners engage meaningfully with others, have their voices heard, present their views, collaborate and share.

    Karen Melhuish-Spencer outlines the impact and implications of the trend towards increased global connectedness. Karen believes our challenge is to model and encourage the use of technologies in ways that help learners engage meaningfully with others, have their voices heard, present their views, collaborate and share.

    Speaker: Karen Melhuish Spencer
    Date added: 18 Sep 2014
    Duration: 10:13
    Views: 226
  • Andrew Cowie talks about the set of skills and competencies that we need to be digital citizens in our different work environments. He argues that we need to think of it as citizenship redefined.

    Andrew Cowie talks about the set of skills and competencies that we need to be digital citizens in our different work environments. He argues that we need to think of it as citizenship redefined.

    Speaker: Andrew Cowie
    Date added: 17 Sep 2014
    Duration: 4:42
    Views: 536
  • Mark Osborne outlines the drivers and implications of the maker movement. Mark says our learners have the ability to shape and bend technology to meet their needs, and we need to make sure we’re giving them opportunities to do it by keeping design thinking and design processes central to our planning.  

    Mark Osborne outlines the drivers and implications of the maker movement. Mark says our learners have the ability to shape and bend technology to meet their needs, and we need to make sure we’re giving them opportunities to do it by keeping design thinking and design processes central to our planning.  

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 11 Aug 2014
    Duration: 7:24
    Views: 248
  • Peggy Sheehy, middle school educator and passionate about education in virtual environments, talks about her introduction to the world of online play, games and interaction. Peggy outlines the value of constructivist learning in the virtual world, and advocates for play as learning. 

    Peggy Sheehy, middle school educator and passionate about education in virtual environments, talks about her introduction to the world of online play, games and interaction. Peggy outlines the value of constructivist learning in the virtual world, and advocates for play as learning. 

    Speaker: Peggy Sheehy
    Date added: 5 Sep 2014
    Duration: 4:56
    Views: 3,144
  •  Dr Susan Sandretto from the University of Otago introduces us to the rapidly evolving literacy landscape and provides a framework for developing critical literacy in our students.

     Dr Susan Sandretto from the University of Otago introduces us to the rapidly evolving literacy landscape and provides a framework for developing critical literacy in our students.

    Speaker: Susan Sandretto
    Date added: 11 Aug 2014
    Duration: 5:41
    Views: 11,676
  • Marianne Malmstrom is a leader in the use of virtual environments, digital games and multimedia in education. Marianne describes her journey, and calls for teachers to play online games themselves and create spaces where students can play.

    Marianne Malmstrom is a leader in the use of virtual environments, digital games and multimedia in education. Marianne describes her journey, and calls for teachers to play online games themselves and create spaces where students can play.

    Speaker: Marianne Malmstrom
    Date added: 8 Aug 2014
    Duration: 6:41
    Views: 1,538
  • Mark Osborne talks about the ways learners will increasingly orient themselves towards learning and how schools and the communities will need to orient themselves towards supporting those learners.  

    Mark Osborne talks about the ways learners will increasingly orient themselves towards learning and how schools and the communities will need to orient themselves towards supporting those learners.  

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 28 Jul 2014
    Duration: 6:37
    Views: 1,556
  • 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
    Duration: 23:57
    Views: 2,003
  • 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
    Duration: 3:45
    Views: 11,492
  • Karen Melhuish-Spencer outlines the impact and implications of the trend towards increased global connectedness. Karen believes our challenge is to model and encourage the use of technologies in ways that help learners engage meaningfully with others, have their voices heard, present their views, collaborate and share.

    Karen Melhuish-Spencer outlines the impact and implications of the trend towards increased global connectedness. Karen believes our challenge is to model and encourage the use of technologies in ways that help learners engage meaningfully with others, have their voices heard, present their views, collaborate and share.

    Speaker: Karen Melhuish Spencer
    Date added: 18 Sep 2014
    Duration: 10:13
    Views: 226
  • Andrew Cowie talks about the set of skills and competencies that we need to be digital citizens in our different work environments. He argues that we need to think of it as citizenship redefined.

    Andrew Cowie talks about the set of skills and competencies that we need to be digital citizens in our different work environments. He argues that we need to think of it as citizenship redefined.

    Speaker: Andrew Cowie
    Date added: 17 Sep 2014
    Duration: 4:42
    Views: 536
  • Mark Osborne outlines the drivers and implications of the maker movement. Mark says our learners have the ability to shape and bend technology to meet their needs, and we need to make sure we’re giving them opportunities to do it by keeping design thinking and design processes central to our planning.  

    Mark Osborne outlines the drivers and implications of the maker movement. Mark says our learners have the ability to shape and bend technology to meet their needs, and we need to make sure we’re giving them opportunities to do it by keeping design thinking and design processes central to our planning.  

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 11 Aug 2014
    Duration: 7:24
    Views: 248
  • Peggy Sheehy, middle school educator and passionate about education in virtual environments, talks about her introduction to the world of online play, games and interaction. Peggy outlines the value of constructivist learning in the virtual world, and advocates for play as learning. 

    Peggy Sheehy, middle school educator and passionate about education in virtual environments, talks about her introduction to the world of online play, games and interaction. Peggy outlines the value of constructivist learning in the virtual world, and advocates for play as learning. 

    Speaker: Peggy Sheehy
    Date added: 5 Sep 2014
    Duration: 4:56
    Views: 3,144
  •  Dr Susan Sandretto from the University of Otago introduces us to the rapidly evolving literacy landscape and provides a framework for developing critical literacy in our students.

     Dr Susan Sandretto from the University of Otago introduces us to the rapidly evolving literacy landscape and provides a framework for developing critical literacy in our students.

    Speaker: Susan Sandretto
    Date added: 11 Aug 2014
    Duration: 5:41
    Views: 11,676
  • Marianne Malmstrom is a leader in the use of virtual environments, digital games and multimedia in education. Marianne describes her journey, and calls for teachers to play online games themselves and create spaces where students can play.

    Marianne Malmstrom is a leader in the use of virtual environments, digital games and multimedia in education. Marianne describes her journey, and calls for teachers to play online games themselves and create spaces where students can play.

    Speaker: Marianne Malmstrom
    Date added: 8 Aug 2014
    Duration: 6:41
    Views: 1,538
  • Mark Osborne talks about the ways learners will increasingly orient themselves towards learning and how schools and the communities will need to orient themselves towards supporting those learners.  

    Mark Osborne talks about the ways learners will increasingly orient themselves towards learning and how schools and the communities will need to orient themselves towards supporting those learners.  

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 28 Jul 2014
    Duration: 6:37
    Views: 1,556
  • 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
    Duration: 23:57
    Views: 2,003
  • 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
    Duration: 3:45
    Views: 11,492

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