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  • Audrey Harvey is an ICT Facilitator. In this talk from Learning@School12 Audrey offers some resources and tips for getting started with ICT in the classroom.

    Audrey Harvey is an ICT Facilitator. In this talk from Learning@School12 Audrey offers some resources and tips for getting started with ICT in the classroom.

    Speaker: Audrey Harvey
    Date added: 29 Aug 2012
    Duration: 3:13
    Views: 23,574
  • Nick Tuitasi presented this keynote speech at the West Auckland Principals' Association conference. Nick spent 25 years with the New Zealand Police and has been honoured several times by government and community organisations for his ground breaking work with youth at risk.

    Nick Tuitasi presented this keynote speech at the West Auckland Principals' Association conference. Nick spent 25 years with the New Zealand Police and has been honoured several times by government and community organisations for his ground breaking work with youth at risk.

    Speaker: Nick Tuitasi
    Date added: 10 Aug 2012
    Duration: 26:35
    Views: 24,937
  • Sonya, a 2011 CORE Education eFellow, researched hyperconnectivity in teaching and learning. Sonya wanted to investigate how teachers and children collaborate and connect online. She has found that her research raised more questions than answers.

    Sonya, a 2011 CORE Education eFellow, researched hyperconnectivity in teaching and learning. Sonya wanted to investigate how teachers and children collaborate and connect online. She has found that her research raised more questions than answers.

    Speaker: Sonya Van Schaijik
    Date added: 31 Aug 2012
    Duration: 3:48
    Views: 10,294
  • Donna describes how her school has approached one to one laptops. She provides us with many questions about how this innovation challenges teaching and learning. Donna explains that this approach is a shift away from "this is how I’ve always done it to this is the way I’m going to do it"

    Donna describes how her school has approached one to one laptops. She provides us with many questions about how this innovation challenges teaching and learning. Donna explains that this approach is a shift away from "this is how I’ve always done it to this is the way I’m going to do it"

    Speaker: Donna Smith
    Date added: 7 Sep 2012
    Duration: 5:46
    Views: 18,323
  • In this EDtalk Ewan McIntosh from No Tosh talks about the benefits of students directing their own learning - benefits for teachers as well as students. Ewan gives some examples, and believes that over time outcomes from student-directed learning can be tied back to the curriculum.

    In this EDtalk Ewan McIntosh from No Tosh talks about the benefits of students directing their own learning - benefits for teachers as well as students. Ewan gives some examples, and believes that over time outcomes from student-directed learning can be tied back to the curriculum.

    Speaker: Ewan McIntosh
    Date added: 10 Sep 2009
    Duration: 8:34
    Views: 25,807
  • Ewan McIntosh discusses the new skills and attitudes associated with Internet safety, as separate from digital literacy, emphasizing the need to work from established teaching and learning practices, and applying these when working with social media.

    Ewan McIntosh discusses the new skills and attitudes associated with Internet safety, as separate from digital literacy, emphasizing the need to work from established teaching and learning practices, and applying these when working with social media.

    Speaker: Ewan McIntosh
    Date added: 1 Sep 2009
    Duration: 3:51
    Views: 7,812
  • Lorraine Taylor, Principal of a 3 teacher rural school, describes how the local community was involved in determining the school curriulum - what the enduring understandings would be for their children.

    Lorraine Taylor, Principal of a 3 teacher rural school, describes how the local community was involved in determining the school curriulum - what the enduring understandings would be for their children.

    Speaker: Lorraine Taylor
    Date added: 2 Sep 2009
    Duration: 4:20
    Views: 9,121
  • Jennifer Garvey Berger points out that school leaders are now in charge of creating the right conditions for minds to be changed. She suggests that we apply our knowledge about ways children learn to enable the growth of everybody in our schools.

    Jennifer Garvey Berger points out that school leaders are now in charge of creating the right conditions for minds to be changed. She suggests that we apply our knowledge about ways children learn to enable the growth of everybody in our schools.

    Speaker: Jennifer Garvey Berger
    Date added: 1 Sep 2009
    Duration:
    Views: 22,301
  • Speaking from ELF 2008, Trevor McIntyre describes his pathway to becoming Principal of Christchurch Boys' High School, and outlines some of the recent initiatives there, including engaging boys through the use of ICT, and Enterprise for Education.  

    Speaking from ELF 2008, Trevor McIntyre describes his pathway to becoming Principal of Christchurch Boys' High School, and outlines some of the recent initiatives there, including engaging boys through the use of ICT, and Enterprise for Education.  

    Speaker: Trevor McIntyre
    Date added: 3 Sep 2009
    Duration: 7:38
    Views: 9,014
  • Audrey Harvey is an ICT Facilitator. In this talk from Learning@School12 Audrey offers some resources and tips for getting started with ICT in the classroom.

    Audrey Harvey is an ICT Facilitator. In this talk from Learning@School12 Audrey offers some resources and tips for getting started with ICT in the classroom.

    Speaker: Audrey Harvey
    Date added: 29 Aug 2012
    Duration: 3:13
    Views: 23,574
  • Nick Tuitasi presented this keynote speech at the West Auckland Principals' Association conference. Nick spent 25 years with the New Zealand Police and has been honoured several times by government and community organisations for his ground breaking work with youth at risk.

    Nick Tuitasi presented this keynote speech at the West Auckland Principals' Association conference. Nick spent 25 years with the New Zealand Police and has been honoured several times by government and community organisations for his ground breaking work with youth at risk.

    Speaker: Nick Tuitasi
    Date added: 10 Aug 2012
    Duration: 26:35
    Views: 24,937
  • Sonya, a 2011 CORE Education eFellow, researched hyperconnectivity in teaching and learning. Sonya wanted to investigate how teachers and children collaborate and connect online. She has found that her research raised more questions than answers.

    Sonya, a 2011 CORE Education eFellow, researched hyperconnectivity in teaching and learning. Sonya wanted to investigate how teachers and children collaborate and connect online. She has found that her research raised more questions than answers.

    Speaker: Sonya Van Schaijik
    Date added: 31 Aug 2012
    Duration: 3:48
    Views: 10,294
  • Donna describes how her school has approached one to one laptops. She provides us with many questions about how this innovation challenges teaching and learning. Donna explains that this approach is a shift away from "this is how I’ve always done it to this is the way I’m going to do it"

    Donna describes how her school has approached one to one laptops. She provides us with many questions about how this innovation challenges teaching and learning. Donna explains that this approach is a shift away from "this is how I’ve always done it to this is the way I’m going to do it"

    Speaker: Donna Smith
    Date added: 7 Sep 2012
    Duration: 5:46
    Views: 18,323
  • In this EDtalk Ewan McIntosh from No Tosh talks about the benefits of students directing their own learning - benefits for teachers as well as students. Ewan gives some examples, and believes that over time outcomes from student-directed learning can be tied back to the curriculum.

    In this EDtalk Ewan McIntosh from No Tosh talks about the benefits of students directing their own learning - benefits for teachers as well as students. Ewan gives some examples, and believes that over time outcomes from student-directed learning can be tied back to the curriculum.

    Speaker: Ewan McIntosh
    Date added: 10 Sep 2009
    Duration: 8:34
    Views: 25,807
  • Ewan McIntosh discusses the new skills and attitudes associated with Internet safety, as separate from digital literacy, emphasizing the need to work from established teaching and learning practices, and applying these when working with social media.

    Ewan McIntosh discusses the new skills and attitudes associated with Internet safety, as separate from digital literacy, emphasizing the need to work from established teaching and learning practices, and applying these when working with social media.

    Speaker: Ewan McIntosh
    Date added: 1 Sep 2009
    Duration: 3:51
    Views: 7,812
  • Lorraine Taylor, Principal of a 3 teacher rural school, describes how the local community was involved in determining the school curriulum - what the enduring understandings would be for their children.

    Lorraine Taylor, Principal of a 3 teacher rural school, describes how the local community was involved in determining the school curriulum - what the enduring understandings would be for their children.

    Speaker: Lorraine Taylor
    Date added: 2 Sep 2009
    Duration: 4:20
    Views: 9,121
  • Jennifer Garvey Berger points out that school leaders are now in charge of creating the right conditions for minds to be changed. She suggests that we apply our knowledge about ways children learn to enable the growth of everybody in our schools.

    Jennifer Garvey Berger points out that school leaders are now in charge of creating the right conditions for minds to be changed. She suggests that we apply our knowledge about ways children learn to enable the growth of everybody in our schools.

    Speaker: Jennifer Garvey Berger
    Date added: 1 Sep 2009
    Duration:
    Views: 22,301
  • Speaking from ELF 2008, Trevor McIntyre describes his pathway to becoming Principal of Christchurch Boys' High School, and outlines some of the recent initiatives there, including engaging boys through the use of ICT, and Enterprise for Education.  

    Speaking from ELF 2008, Trevor McIntyre describes his pathway to becoming Principal of Christchurch Boys' High School, and outlines some of the recent initiatives there, including engaging boys through the use of ICT, and Enterprise for Education.  

    Speaker: Trevor McIntyre
    Date added: 3 Sep 2009
    Duration: 7:38
    Views: 9,014

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