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  • Bridget Somekh is a visiting Canterbury Fellow, an Emeritus Professor from Manchester Metropolitan University, UK working at the Canterbury University, NZ. She discusses her research into teaching and learning in relation to technologies, most importantly the process of change and impact on attainment and the interactive process between teacher and student. Her research investigates the evaluation of interactive whiteboards in the UK primary schools.

    Bridget Somekh is a visiting Canterbury Fellow, an Emeritus Professor from Manchester Metropolitan University, UK working at the Canterbury University, NZ. She discusses her research into teaching and learning in relation to technologies, most importantly the process of change and impact on attainment and the interactive process between teacher and student. Her research investigates the evaluation of interactive whiteboards in the UK primary schools.

    Speaker: Bridget Somekh
    Date added: 3 Jun 2009
    Duration:
    Views: 572,051
  • Craig Kemp was teaching year 5/6 at Grants Braes School and leading ICT when he shared this story about introducing iPads into his teaching and learning. Craig explores some of the successes and challenges faced when including iPads in his school's technology toolkit.This EDtalk was filmed at Educamp Dunedin.

    Craig Kemp was teaching year 5/6 at Grants Braes School and leading ICT when he shared this story about introducing iPads into his teaching and learning. Craig explores some of the successes and challenges faced when including iPads in his school's technology toolkit.This EDtalk was filmed at Educamp Dunedin.

    Speaker: Craig Kemp
    Date added: 29 Feb 2012
    Duration: 4:53
    Views: 497,244
  • 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: 189,263
  • Chrissie Butler is passionate about equitable access to dynamic learning environments for students and educators. She uses ‘voice thread’ in capturing student voice, as a collaborative assessment tool, for peer review, as a tool for developing exemplars, and as a central element of digital portfolios.

    Chrissie Butler is passionate about equitable access to dynamic learning environments for students and educators. She uses ‘voice thread’ in capturing student voice, as a collaborative assessment tool, for peer review, as a tool for developing exemplars, and as a central element of digital portfolios.

    Speaker: Chrissie Butler
    Date added: 30 Sep 2009
    Duration: 11:02
    Views: 142,677
  • Megan Iemma from Tech Coach HQ tells us the story of how digital humanitarianism helped rebuild a school devastated by the Australian bush fires.

    Megan Iemma from Tech Coach HQ tells us the story of how digital humanitarianism helped rebuild a school devastated by the Australian bush fires.

    Speaker: Megan Iemma
    Date added: 9 Dec 2013
    Duration: 5:48
    Views: 129,365
  • At ULearn11 Lisa Oldham, Development specialist for school library futures at the National Library, discusses the future of school libraries. Lisa describes how school libraries are a great way to achieve the creation of skilled students who are able to navigate in the knowledge economy.

    At ULearn11 Lisa Oldham, Development specialist for school library futures at the National Library, discusses the future of school libraries. Lisa describes how school libraries are a great way to achieve the creation of skilled students who are able to navigate in the knowledge economy.

    Speaker: Lisa Oldham
    Date added: 16 Jan 2012
    Duration: 7:19
    Views: 106,253
  • Russell Bishop is Professor of Māori Education at the University of Waikato and director of Te Kotahitanga. Russell talks about the need to provide a classroom context where caring and learning relationships, paramount to the educational performance of Māori students, can be developed.

    Russell Bishop is Professor of Māori Education at the University of Waikato and director of Te Kotahitanga. Russell talks about the need to provide a classroom context where caring and learning relationships, paramount to the educational performance of Māori students, can be developed.

    Speaker: Russell Bishop
    Date added: 1 Sep 2009
    Duration: 11:00
    Views: 98,556
  • David Perrin, CEO of the Aboriginal Literacy Foundation, provides a background to the Foundation and outlines some of the programme elements, and successes. Working in collaboration with local communities and partners, the Foundation works to develop literacy skills with Indigenous children so that they can succeed in school and beyond.

    David Perrin, CEO of the Aboriginal Literacy Foundation, provides a background to the Foundation and outlines some of the programme elements, and successes. Working in collaboration with local communities and partners, the Foundation works to develop literacy skills with Indigenous children so that they can succeed in school and beyond.

    Speaker: David Perrin
    Date added: 22 Sep 2013
    Duration: 6:39
    Views: 92,201
  • Professor Guy Claxton, speaking at the 2012 Graham Nuthall Annual Lecture: Traditional education aims to raise standards by any means, but we are coming to see that preparing young people for tests, and preparing them for life, are different goals. How do we deepen learning so that it systematically builds the learning dispositions that the next generation will need? As work on ‘key competencies’ and ‘21st century skills’ evolves it is becoming clearer just what it takes to raise standards in a way that helps kids be ready for anything.

    Professor Guy Claxton, speaking at the 2012 Graham Nuthall Annual Lecture: Traditional education aims to raise standards by any means, but we are coming to see that preparing young people for tests, and preparing them for life, are different goals. How do we deepen learning so that it systematically builds the learning dispositions that the next generation will need? As work on ‘key competencies’ and ‘21st century skills’ evolves it is becoming clearer just what it takes to raise standards in a way that helps kids be ready for anything.

    Speaker: Guy Claxton
    Date added: 17 Apr 2012
    Duration: 55:13
    Views: 92,137
  • Bridget Somekh is a visiting Canterbury Fellow, an Emeritus Professor from Manchester Metropolitan University, UK working at the Canterbury University, NZ. She discusses her research into teaching and learning in relation to technologies, most importantly the process of change and impact on attainment and the interactive process between teacher and student. Her research investigates the evaluation of interactive whiteboards in the UK primary schools.

    Bridget Somekh is a visiting Canterbury Fellow, an Emeritus Professor from Manchester Metropolitan University, UK working at the Canterbury University, NZ. She discusses her research into teaching and learning in relation to technologies, most importantly the process of change and impact on attainment and the interactive process between teacher and student. Her research investigates the evaluation of interactive whiteboards in the UK primary schools.

    Speaker: Bridget Somekh
    Date added: 3 Jun 2009
    Duration:
    Views: 572,051
  • Craig Kemp was teaching year 5/6 at Grants Braes School and leading ICT when he shared this story about introducing iPads into his teaching and learning. Craig explores some of the successes and challenges faced when including iPads in his school's technology toolkit.This EDtalk was filmed at Educamp Dunedin.

    Craig Kemp was teaching year 5/6 at Grants Braes School and leading ICT when he shared this story about introducing iPads into his teaching and learning. Craig explores some of the successes and challenges faced when including iPads in his school's technology toolkit.This EDtalk was filmed at Educamp Dunedin.

    Speaker: Craig Kemp
    Date added: 29 Feb 2012
    Duration: 4:53
    Views: 497,244
  • 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: 189,263
  • Chrissie Butler is passionate about equitable access to dynamic learning environments for students and educators. She uses ‘voice thread’ in capturing student voice, as a collaborative assessment tool, for peer review, as a tool for developing exemplars, and as a central element of digital portfolios.

    Chrissie Butler is passionate about equitable access to dynamic learning environments for students and educators. She uses ‘voice thread’ in capturing student voice, as a collaborative assessment tool, for peer review, as a tool for developing exemplars, and as a central element of digital portfolios.

    Speaker: Chrissie Butler
    Date added: 30 Sep 2009
    Duration: 11:02
    Views: 142,677
  • Megan Iemma from Tech Coach HQ tells us the story of how digital humanitarianism helped rebuild a school devastated by the Australian bush fires.

    Megan Iemma from Tech Coach HQ tells us the story of how digital humanitarianism helped rebuild a school devastated by the Australian bush fires.

    Speaker: Megan Iemma
    Date added: 9 Dec 2013
    Duration: 5:48
    Views: 129,365
  • At ULearn11 Lisa Oldham, Development specialist for school library futures at the National Library, discusses the future of school libraries. Lisa describes how school libraries are a great way to achieve the creation of skilled students who are able to navigate in the knowledge economy.

    At ULearn11 Lisa Oldham, Development specialist for school library futures at the National Library, discusses the future of school libraries. Lisa describes how school libraries are a great way to achieve the creation of skilled students who are able to navigate in the knowledge economy.

    Speaker: Lisa Oldham
    Date added: 16 Jan 2012
    Duration: 7:19
    Views: 106,253
  • Russell Bishop is Professor of Māori Education at the University of Waikato and director of Te Kotahitanga. Russell talks about the need to provide a classroom context where caring and learning relationships, paramount to the educational performance of Māori students, can be developed.

    Russell Bishop is Professor of Māori Education at the University of Waikato and director of Te Kotahitanga. Russell talks about the need to provide a classroom context where caring and learning relationships, paramount to the educational performance of Māori students, can be developed.

    Speaker: Russell Bishop
    Date added: 1 Sep 2009
    Duration: 11:00
    Views: 98,556
  • David Perrin, CEO of the Aboriginal Literacy Foundation, provides a background to the Foundation and outlines some of the programme elements, and successes. Working in collaboration with local communities and partners, the Foundation works to develop literacy skills with Indigenous children so that they can succeed in school and beyond.

    David Perrin, CEO of the Aboriginal Literacy Foundation, provides a background to the Foundation and outlines some of the programme elements, and successes. Working in collaboration with local communities and partners, the Foundation works to develop literacy skills with Indigenous children so that they can succeed in school and beyond.

    Speaker: David Perrin
    Date added: 22 Sep 2013
    Duration: 6:39
    Views: 92,201
  • Professor Guy Claxton, speaking at the 2012 Graham Nuthall Annual Lecture: Traditional education aims to raise standards by any means, but we are coming to see that preparing young people for tests, and preparing them for life, are different goals. How do we deepen learning so that it systematically builds the learning dispositions that the next generation will need? As work on ‘key competencies’ and ‘21st century skills’ evolves it is becoming clearer just what it takes to raise standards in a way that helps kids be ready for anything.

    Professor Guy Claxton, speaking at the 2012 Graham Nuthall Annual Lecture: Traditional education aims to raise standards by any means, but we are coming to see that preparing young people for tests, and preparing them for life, are different goals. How do we deepen learning so that it systematically builds the learning dispositions that the next generation will need? As work on ‘key competencies’ and ‘21st century skills’ evolves it is becoming clearer just what it takes to raise standards in a way that helps kids be ready for anything.

    Speaker: Guy Claxton
    Date added: 17 Apr 2012
    Duration: 55:13
    Views: 92,137

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