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Teaching as Inquiry in the ICT PD contract
Posted by: Tessa Gray on the 04/10/2012
This is a very timely video for others in the ICT PD contract to benefit from :) Excellent guiding questions such as, "What are the desired student learning outcomes?" "What are the ICT tools and strategies to support those outcomes?" and "What does the success criteria look like?". "How are you going to capture and measure the success?" Great points to think about, especially as ICT PD clusters start to add their reflective summaries online in the VLN.
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The CORE Education eFellowship Awards recognise innovative e-learning practice by New Zealand teachers.

View more stories from CORE Education eFellows in the eFellows EDtalks channel 

Teaching as Inquiry in the ICT PD contract
Posted by: Tessa Gray on the 04/10/2012
This is a very timely video for others in the ICT PD contract to benefit from :) Excellent guiding questions such as, "What are the desired student learning outcomes?" "What are the ICT tools and strategies to support those outcomes?" and "What does the success criteria look like?". "How are you going to capture and measure the success?" Great points to think about, especially as ICT PD clusters start to add their reflective summaries online in the VLN.
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Speaker: Claire Amos

Claire Amos is director of eLearning at Epsom Girls' Grammar. In this EDtalk recorded at Learning@school 2011 Claire talks about how the school is using a 'teaching as inquiry' cycle to inform the eLearning action plans that will be implemented by professional learning groups in each of the school's curriculum areas. Claire describes the process the teachers are going through in this initiative.

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Date added: 4 Mar 2011
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Using teaching as inquiry to guide an eLearning action plan

Claire Amos is director of eLearning at Epsom Girls' Grammar. In this EDtalk recorded at Learning@school 2011 Claire talks about how the school is using a 'teaching as inquiry' cycle to inform the eLearning action plans that will be implemented by professional learning groups in each of the school's curriculum areas. Claire describes the process the teachers are going through in this initiative.

Views 78,767 Date added: 29/09/2012

Using teaching as inquiry to guide an eLearning action plan

Date added: 29/09/2012

Using teaching as inquiry to guide an eLearning action plan

Claire Amos is director of eLearning at Epsom Girls' Grammar. In this EDtalk recorded at Learning@school 2011 Claire talks about how the school is using a 'teaching as inquiry' cycle to inform the eLearning action plans that will be implemented by professional learning groups in each of the school's curriculum areas. Claire describes the process the teachers are going through in this initiative.

Views 78,767 Date added: 29/09/2012

Using teaching as inquiry to guide an eLearning action plan

Date added: 29/09/2012

The CORE Education eFellowship Awards recognise innovative e-learning practice by New Zealand teachers.

View more stories from CORE Education eFellows in the eFellows EDtalks channel 

Teaching as Inquiry in the ICT PD contract
Posted by: Tessa Gray on the 04/10/2012
This is a very timely video for others in the ICT PD contract to benefit from :) Excellent guiding questions such as, "What are the desired student learning outcomes?" "What are the ICT tools and strategies to support those outcomes?" and "What does the success criteria look like?". "How are you going to capture and measure the success?" Great points to think about, especially as ICT PD clusters start to add their reflective summaries online in the VLN.
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