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ICOT 2013

ICOT 2013

  • Dr Roy van den Brink-Budgen is the co-founder and director of studies of the Centre for Critical Thinking in Singapore, and the director of "If...then ltd". In this talk, Roy discusses creativity within critical thinking.

    Dr Roy van den Brink-Budgen is the co-founder and director of studies of the Centre for Critical Thinking in Singapore, and the director of "If...then ltd". In this talk, Roy discusses creativity within critical thinking.

    Speaker: Roy van den Brink-Budgen
    Date added: 20 Aug 2013
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    Views: 37,997
  • Russell Grigg is the head of the South West Wales Centre of Teacher Education. In this talk he explains how his tertiary department employs inquiry learning techniques to help student teachers discover the 'real' world of teaching.

    Russell Grigg is the head of the South West Wales Centre of Teacher Education. In this talk he explains how his tertiary department employs inquiry learning techniques to help student teachers discover the 'real' world of teaching.

    Speaker: Russell Grigg
    Date added: 12 Aug 2013
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    Views: 7,349
  • Sharon Friesen, Vice Dean, Associate Professor at the University of Calgary Faculty of Education, explains their teacher education programme. This programme has recently undergone a redesign and Sharon explains why this is so important for the future of our students.

    Sharon Friesen, Vice Dean, Associate Professor at the University of Calgary Faculty of Education, explains their teacher education programme. This programme has recently undergone a redesign and Sharon explains why this is so important for the future of our students.

    Speaker: Sharon Friesen
    Date added: 7 Aug 2013
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    Views: 9,393
  • Tamara Sullivan, ICT co-ordinator at Brisbane Boy's College talks about the ICT general capabilities in the Australian curriculum and how her school is embracing new technologies.

    Tamara Sullivan, ICT co-ordinator at Brisbane Boy's College talks about the ICT general capabilities in the Australian curriculum and how her school is embracing new technologies.

    Speaker: Tamara Sullivan
    Date added: 31 Jul 2013
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    Views: 18,559
  • Tim Kong, year 7 and 8 teacher at Seatoun School in Wellington, discusses the collection and use of data in schools. He challenges us to see beyond our classrooms to the value of data for a whole country.

    Tim Kong, year 7 and 8 teacher at Seatoun School in Wellington, discusses the collection and use of data in schools. He challenges us to see beyond our classrooms to the value of data for a whole country.

    Speaker: Tim Kong
    Date added: 19 Jul 2013
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    Views: 15,261
  • Richard King from "Thinking in organisations" discusses the three types of thinking found in organisations. He challenges us to have faith that organisations can become better at thinking and that we need to invest the time in individuals, teams, and organisational culture.

    Richard King from "Thinking in organisations" discusses the three types of thinking found in organisations. He challenges us to have faith that organisations can become better at thinking and that we need to invest the time in individuals, teams, and organisational culture.

    Speaker: Richard King
    Date added: 17 Jul 2013
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    Views: 18,030
  • Rosemary Hipkins from NZCER has been thinking about thinking. She talks about the 'everywhere and nowhere' nature of thinking and how we need to look below the tip of the iceberg.

    Rosemary Hipkins from NZCER has been thinking about thinking. She talks about the 'everywhere and nowhere' nature of thinking and how we need to look below the tip of the iceberg.

    Speaker: Rosemary Hipkins
    Date added: 12 Jul 2013
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    Views: 27,181
  • Pam Robertson from the University of Melbourne explains her research into measuring the professional learning of teams.

    Pam Robertson from the University of Melbourne explains her research into measuring the professional learning of teams.

    Date added: 5 Jul 2013
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    Views: 56,708
  • So They Can is a charitable organisation that supports communities to end poverty with a key focus on education and building the local economy. CEO Cassandra Treadwell talks here about one of So They Can's projects - a primary school in Kenya.

    So They Can is a charitable organisation that supports communities to end poverty with a key focus on education and building the local economy. CEO Cassandra Treadwell talks here about one of So They Can's projects - a primary school in Kenya.

    Speaker: Cassandra Treadwell
    Date added: 27 Jun 2013
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    Views: 9,673
  • Tim Perkins from the University of Notre Dame in Australia has been working alongside Cassandra Treadwell of the charity So They Can. Tim tells us how he takes his Australian student teachers to spend some time living and teaching in Kenya as part of their teacher training course.

    Tim Perkins from the University of Notre Dame in Australia has been working alongside Cassandra Treadwell of the charity So They Can. Tim tells us how he takes his Australian student teachers to spend some time living and teaching in Kenya as part of their teacher training course.

    Speaker: Tim Perkins
    Date added: 26 Jun 2013
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    Views: 25,954

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