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  • Filimanaia Akata Galuvao outlines the basis of her PhD study into assessment. She points out that many students are experiencing three contrasting cultures. While they bring a pool of knowledge to assessments, it is different and removed from the knowledge that they are expected to have in order to achieve in standardised tests.

    Filimanaia Akata Galuvao outlines the basis of her PhD study into assessment. She points out that many students are experiencing three contrasting cultures. While they bring a pool of knowledge to assessments, it is different and removed from the knowledge that they are expected to have in order to achieve in standardised tests.

    Speaker: Filimanaia Akata Galuvao
    Date added: 21 Nov 2014
    Duration: 4:58
    Views: 227
  • Ko te whakarauora reo ngā kupu kei te pakinga o te ngutu. Hei tā Ruakere Hond e toru ngā whāinga o te mahi whakarauora reo e ora tonu ai te reo Māori. Tuatahi ko te rūmaki, tuarua ko te tuku ihotanga, tuatoru kia whakamanahia ngā whānau ki te whakahaere i ā rātou anō. Tēna areare mai.

    Ko te whakarauora reo ngā kupu kei te pakinga o te ngutu. Hei tā Ruakere Hond e toru ngā whāinga o te mahi whakarauora reo e ora tonu ai te reo Māori. Tuatahi ko te rūmaki, tuarua ko te tuku ihotanga, tuatoru kia whakamanahia ngā whānau ki te whakahaere i ā rātou anō. Tēna areare mai.

    Speaker: Ruakere Hond
    Date added: 20 Nov 2014
    Duration: 6:10
    Views: 283
  • Adam Lefstein talks about current research into how teachers talk to each other in professional discussions, with the aim of improving professional discourse. Adam outlines five challenges, including the difficulty in making time for professional discussions, and how to accurately represent what happens in a classroom.

    Adam Lefstein talks about current research into how teachers talk to each other in professional discussions, with the aim of improving professional discourse. Adam outlines five challenges, including the difficulty in making time for professional discussions, and how to accurately represent what happens in a classroom.

    Speaker: Adam Lefstein
    Date added: 17 Nov 2014
    Duration: 6:00
    Views: 278
  • Dr Katie Novak is a Reading curriculum coordinator and an independent 'Universal Design for Learning' (UDL) consultant. In this keynote speech at ULearn14 Katie outlines the background to UDL and demonstrates how UDL enables teachers to take rigorous curriculum 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 keynote speech at ULearn14 Katie outlines the background to UDL and demonstrates how UDL enables teachers to take rigorous curriculum and make it accessible to all students.

    Speaker: Katie Novak
    Date added: 14 Nov 2014
    Duration: 49:32
    Views: 1,403
  • Derek Wenmoth describes how new approaches to assessment are strongly linked with the learning process, enabling learners to have improved understanding of their own assessment, and enabling educators to electronically manipulate big data to provide clearer insights into learning.

    Derek Wenmoth describes how new approaches to assessment are strongly linked with the learning process, enabling learners to have improved understanding of their own assessment, and enabling educators to electronically manipulate big data to provide clearer insights into learning.

    Speaker: Derek Wenmoth
    Date added: 13 Nov 2014
    Duration: 12:22
    Views: 275
  • The LEARNZ 'Freshwater Ecology' virtual field trip in July 2014 was to Tūrangi in the central North Island.  We join LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny, Partnership Ranger for the Department of Conservation, Dave Conley and students from Kuratau School, at the Tongariro National Trout Centre kids fishing pond, where they are learning the art of fly fishing.

    The LEARNZ 'Freshwater Ecology' virtual field trip in July 2014 was to Tūrangi in the central North Island.  We join LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny, Partnership Ranger for the Department of Conservation, Dave Conley and students from Kuratau School, at the Tongariro National Trout Centre kids fishing pond, where they are learning the art of fly fishing.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 10 Nov 2014
    Duration: 2:59
    Views: 303
  • Writer-journalist Quinn Norton studies the social structures that emerge around contemporary issues. In her ULearn14 keynote presentation Quinn relates this phenomenon to formal and informal learning in a discussion of hacker spaces, hacker communities and temporary autonomous zones.

    Writer-journalist Quinn Norton studies the social structures that emerge around contemporary issues. In her ULearn14 keynote presentation Quinn relates this phenomenon to formal and informal learning in a discussion of hacker spaces, hacker communities and temporary autonomous zones.

    Speaker: Quinn Norton
    Date added: 4 Nov 2014
    Duration: 46:21
    Views: 2,330
  • In this EDtalk from ULearn14, Helen Cooper talks about the place of professional learning in teachers' personal iives. Helen points out there is a great deal of change in schools at the moment, and if we expect schools to change then we need to recognise that all teachers are learners too, and their learning is critical in the change process.  

    In this EDtalk from ULearn14, Helen Cooper talks about the place of professional learning in teachers' personal iives. Helen points out there is a great deal of change in schools at the moment, and if we expect schools to change then we need to recognise that all teachers are learners too, and their learning is critical in the change process.  

    Speaker: Helen Cooper
    Date added: 3 Nov 2014
    Duration: 6:21
    Views: 1,291
  • Janelle Riki is Learning with Digital Technologies Facilitator at CORE Education. In this EDtalk Janelle addresses the four key elements of modern learning pedagogy: collaboration, connectedness, agency and ubiquity, and shows how each of these elements can be likened to practices in te ao Māori. 

    Janelle Riki is Learning with Digital Technologies Facilitator at CORE Education. In this EDtalk Janelle addresses the four key elements of modern learning pedagogy: collaboration, connectedness, agency and ubiquity, and shows how each of these elements can be likened to practices in te ao Māori. 

    Speaker: Janelle Riki
    Date added: 3 Nov 2014
    Duration: 8:36
    Views: 292
  • Filimanaia Akata Galuvao outlines the basis of her PhD study into assessment. She points out that many students are experiencing three contrasting cultures. While they bring a pool of knowledge to assessments, it is different and removed from the knowledge that they are expected to have in order to achieve in standardised tests.

    Filimanaia Akata Galuvao outlines the basis of her PhD study into assessment. She points out that many students are experiencing three contrasting cultures. While they bring a pool of knowledge to assessments, it is different and removed from the knowledge that they are expected to have in order to achieve in standardised tests.

    Speaker: Filimanaia Akata Galuvao
    Date added: 21 Nov 2014
    Duration: 4:58
    Views: 227
  • Ko te whakarauora reo ngā kupu kei te pakinga o te ngutu. Hei tā Ruakere Hond e toru ngā whāinga o te mahi whakarauora reo e ora tonu ai te reo Māori. Tuatahi ko te rūmaki, tuarua ko te tuku ihotanga, tuatoru kia whakamanahia ngā whānau ki te whakahaere i ā rātou anō. Tēna areare mai.

    Ko te whakarauora reo ngā kupu kei te pakinga o te ngutu. Hei tā Ruakere Hond e toru ngā whāinga o te mahi whakarauora reo e ora tonu ai te reo Māori. Tuatahi ko te rūmaki, tuarua ko te tuku ihotanga, tuatoru kia whakamanahia ngā whānau ki te whakahaere i ā rātou anō. Tēna areare mai.

    Speaker: Ruakere Hond
    Date added: 20 Nov 2014
    Duration: 6:10
    Views: 283
  • Adam Lefstein talks about current research into how teachers talk to each other in professional discussions, with the aim of improving professional discourse. Adam outlines five challenges, including the difficulty in making time for professional discussions, and how to accurately represent what happens in a classroom.

    Adam Lefstein talks about current research into how teachers talk to each other in professional discussions, with the aim of improving professional discourse. Adam outlines five challenges, including the difficulty in making time for professional discussions, and how to accurately represent what happens in a classroom.

    Speaker: Adam Lefstein
    Date added: 17 Nov 2014
    Duration: 6:00
    Views: 278
  • Dr Katie Novak is a Reading curriculum coordinator and an independent 'Universal Design for Learning' (UDL) consultant. In this keynote speech at ULearn14 Katie outlines the background to UDL and demonstrates how UDL enables teachers to take rigorous curriculum 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 keynote speech at ULearn14 Katie outlines the background to UDL and demonstrates how UDL enables teachers to take rigorous curriculum and make it accessible to all students.

    Speaker: Katie Novak
    Date added: 14 Nov 2014
    Duration: 49:32
    Views: 1,403
  • Derek Wenmoth describes how new approaches to assessment are strongly linked with the learning process, enabling learners to have improved understanding of their own assessment, and enabling educators to electronically manipulate big data to provide clearer insights into learning.

    Derek Wenmoth describes how new approaches to assessment are strongly linked with the learning process, enabling learners to have improved understanding of their own assessment, and enabling educators to electronically manipulate big data to provide clearer insights into learning.

    Speaker: Derek Wenmoth
    Date added: 13 Nov 2014
    Duration: 12:22
    Views: 275
  • The LEARNZ 'Freshwater Ecology' virtual field trip in July 2014 was to Tūrangi in the central North Island.  We join LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny, Partnership Ranger for the Department of Conservation, Dave Conley and students from Kuratau School, at the Tongariro National Trout Centre kids fishing pond, where they are learning the art of fly fishing.

    The LEARNZ 'Freshwater Ecology' virtual field trip in July 2014 was to Tūrangi in the central North Island.  We join LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny, Partnership Ranger for the Department of Conservation, Dave Conley and students from Kuratau School, at the Tongariro National Trout Centre kids fishing pond, where they are learning the art of fly fishing.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 10 Nov 2014
    Duration: 2:59
    Views: 303
  • Writer-journalist Quinn Norton studies the social structures that emerge around contemporary issues. In her ULearn14 keynote presentation Quinn relates this phenomenon to formal and informal learning in a discussion of hacker spaces, hacker communities and temporary autonomous zones.

    Writer-journalist Quinn Norton studies the social structures that emerge around contemporary issues. In her ULearn14 keynote presentation Quinn relates this phenomenon to formal and informal learning in a discussion of hacker spaces, hacker communities and temporary autonomous zones.

    Speaker: Quinn Norton
    Date added: 4 Nov 2014
    Duration: 46:21
    Views: 2,330
  • In this EDtalk from ULearn14, Helen Cooper talks about the place of professional learning in teachers' personal iives. Helen points out there is a great deal of change in schools at the moment, and if we expect schools to change then we need to recognise that all teachers are learners too, and their learning is critical in the change process.  

    In this EDtalk from ULearn14, Helen Cooper talks about the place of professional learning in teachers' personal iives. Helen points out there is a great deal of change in schools at the moment, and if we expect schools to change then we need to recognise that all teachers are learners too, and their learning is critical in the change process.  

    Speaker: Helen Cooper
    Date added: 3 Nov 2014
    Duration: 6:21
    Views: 1,291
  • Janelle Riki is Learning with Digital Technologies Facilitator at CORE Education. In this EDtalk Janelle addresses the four key elements of modern learning pedagogy: collaboration, connectedness, agency and ubiquity, and shows how each of these elements can be likened to practices in te ao Māori. 

    Janelle Riki is Learning with Digital Technologies Facilitator at CORE Education. In this EDtalk Janelle addresses the four key elements of modern learning pedagogy: collaboration, connectedness, agency and ubiquity, and shows how each of these elements can be likened to practices in te ao Māori. 

    Speaker: Janelle Riki
    Date added: 3 Nov 2014
    Duration: 8:36
    Views: 292

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