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  • Mark Osborne discusses the challenge of living in the 'digital now' where ideas of participation, identity, democracy, and formal and informal networks are really being challenged. Mark asks how our schools and classrooms model and reflect the ‘digital now’ that is the experience of students and staff outside of school.

    Mark Osborne discusses the challenge of living in the 'digital now' where ideas of participation, identity, democracy, and formal and informal networks are really being challenged. Mark asks how our schools and classrooms model and reflect the ‘digital now’ that is the experience of students and staff outside of school.

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 19 Mar 2014
    Views: 16,224
    Duration:
  • Ko te kaingākau ki te reo, ki ngā tikanga o whakapata mā, ki ngā āhuatanga e pakari ai te mōhio o te tamaiti ki tōna ao, tērā ka rangona i ngā kōrero a te kaiako nei, a Ngawini Shortland. Kei moumou, tēnā rahirahi atu!

    Ko te kaingākau ki te reo, ki ngā tikanga o whakapata mā, ki ngā āhuatanga e pakari ai te mōhio o te tamaiti ki tōna ao, tērā ka rangona i ngā kōrero a te kaiako nei, a Ngawini Shortland. Kei moumou, tēnā rahirahi atu!

    Speaker: Ngawini Shortland
    Date added: 17 Mar 2014
    Views: 22,348
    Duration:
  • Tōai atu, tōai mai, he aha tērā ka hua mai? Whakarongo ki a Nichole e whakamahuki ana i tētahi rautaki ako i te reo me ōna ariā hāpai.

    Tōai atu, tōai mai, he aha tērā ka hua mai? Whakarongo ki a Nichole e whakamahuki ana i tētahi rautaki ako i te reo me ōna ariā hāpai.

    Speaker: Nichole Gully
    Date added: 6 Mar 2014
    Views: 15,390
    Duration:
  • Peter Murgatroyd, programme advisor with the National Library Service, helps schools transform their libraries into modern learning environments. In this talk he explores the critical importance of digital literacy and the way a modern library environment can support this in a school. 

    Peter Murgatroyd, programme advisor with the National Library Service, helps schools transform their libraries into modern learning environments. In this talk he explores the critical importance of digital literacy and the way a modern library environment can support this in a school. 

    Speaker: Peter Murgatroyd
    Date added: 3 Mar 2014
    Views: 20,019
    Duration:
  • Mā te hangarau te reo ka rere! Mā te hangarau ā tātou tamariki ka rere! Ko ngā painga o te ako-e ēnei e kōrero nei e Nadell hei hāpai i te reo Māori, hei hāpai i ā tātou tamariki i ngā akomanga puta noa, puta noa.

    Mā te hangarau te reo ka rere! Mā te hangarau ā tātou tamariki ka rere! Ko ngā painga o te ako-e ēnei e kōrero nei e Nadell hei hāpai i te reo Māori, hei hāpai i ā tātou tamariki i ngā akomanga puta noa, puta noa.

    Speaker: Nadell Karatea-Koriri
    Date added: 28 Feb 2014
    Views: 14,183
    Duration:
  • Stephen Knightly is the Director of InGame and helps companies, marketers and NGOs better engage their audiences by combining gaming principles with branding and training strategies. In this talk he discusses why and how to use video games for learning.

    Stephen Knightly is the Director of InGame and helps companies, marketers and NGOs better engage their audiences by combining gaming principles with branding and training strategies. In this talk he discusses why and how to use video games for learning.

    Speaker: Stephen Knightly
    Date added: 24 Feb 2014
    Views: 14,644
    Duration:
  • James O'Meara, Professor at National Louis University, explores ways teacher education might involve the translation of Pedagogic Content Knowledge: translating knowhow to local knowledge, using digital pathways to translate local knowledge to global, and ultimately the translation of globally evolved practice back to local classrooms and practice.

    James O'Meara, Professor at National Louis University, explores ways teacher education might involve the translation of Pedagogic Content Knowledge: translating knowhow to local knowledge, using digital pathways to translate local knowledge to global, and ultimately the translation of globally evolved practice back to local classrooms and practice.

    Speaker: James O'Meara
    Date added: 21 Feb 2014
    Views: 12,815
    Duration:
  • E whakamārama ana a Deanne i ētahi āhuatanga o te ipae e rata ai ā tātou tamariki. Kei te kōrerohia ōna painga i ngā taiao ako me te whakatonu hoki i te kaimahi i a ia e whakamahi ana. Mātakina!

    E whakamārama ana a Deanne i ētahi āhuatanga o te ipae e rata ai ā tātou tamariki. Kei te kōrerohia ōna painga i ngā taiao ako me te whakatonu hoki i te kaimahi i a ia e whakamahi ana. Mātakina!

    Speaker: Deanne Thomas
    Date added: 20 Feb 2014
    Views: 19,540
    Duration:
  • Paula Eskett, development specialist with the school library futures team National Library of NZ, challenges us to reconsider the space formerly known as the school library.

    Paula Eskett, development specialist with the school library futures team National Library of NZ, challenges us to reconsider the space formerly known as the school library.

    Speaker: Paula Eskett
    Date added: 17 Feb 2014
    Views: 23,257
    Duration:
  • Mark Osborne discusses the challenge of living in the 'digital now' where ideas of participation, identity, democracy, and formal and informal networks are really being challenged. Mark asks how our schools and classrooms model and reflect the ‘digital now’ that is the experience of students and staff outside of school.

    Mark Osborne discusses the challenge of living in the 'digital now' where ideas of participation, identity, democracy, and formal and informal networks are really being challenged. Mark asks how our schools and classrooms model and reflect the ‘digital now’ that is the experience of students and staff outside of school.

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 19 Mar 2014
    Views: 16,224
    Duration:
  • Ko te kaingākau ki te reo, ki ngā tikanga o whakapata mā, ki ngā āhuatanga e pakari ai te mōhio o te tamaiti ki tōna ao, tērā ka rangona i ngā kōrero a te kaiako nei, a Ngawini Shortland. Kei moumou, tēnā rahirahi atu!

    Ko te kaingākau ki te reo, ki ngā tikanga o whakapata mā, ki ngā āhuatanga e pakari ai te mōhio o te tamaiti ki tōna ao, tērā ka rangona i ngā kōrero a te kaiako nei, a Ngawini Shortland. Kei moumou, tēnā rahirahi atu!

    Speaker: Ngawini Shortland
    Date added: 17 Mar 2014
    Views: 22,348
    Duration:
  • Tōai atu, tōai mai, he aha tērā ka hua mai? Whakarongo ki a Nichole e whakamahuki ana i tētahi rautaki ako i te reo me ōna ariā hāpai.

    Tōai atu, tōai mai, he aha tērā ka hua mai? Whakarongo ki a Nichole e whakamahuki ana i tētahi rautaki ako i te reo me ōna ariā hāpai.

    Speaker: Nichole Gully
    Date added: 6 Mar 2014
    Views: 15,390
    Duration:
  • Peter Murgatroyd, programme advisor with the National Library Service, helps schools transform their libraries into modern learning environments. In this talk he explores the critical importance of digital literacy and the way a modern library environment can support this in a school. 

    Peter Murgatroyd, programme advisor with the National Library Service, helps schools transform their libraries into modern learning environments. In this talk he explores the critical importance of digital literacy and the way a modern library environment can support this in a school. 

    Speaker: Peter Murgatroyd
    Date added: 3 Mar 2014
    Views: 20,019
    Duration:
  • Mā te hangarau te reo ka rere! Mā te hangarau ā tātou tamariki ka rere! Ko ngā painga o te ako-e ēnei e kōrero nei e Nadell hei hāpai i te reo Māori, hei hāpai i ā tātou tamariki i ngā akomanga puta noa, puta noa.

    Mā te hangarau te reo ka rere! Mā te hangarau ā tātou tamariki ka rere! Ko ngā painga o te ako-e ēnei e kōrero nei e Nadell hei hāpai i te reo Māori, hei hāpai i ā tātou tamariki i ngā akomanga puta noa, puta noa.

    Speaker: Nadell Karatea-Koriri
    Date added: 28 Feb 2014
    Views: 14,183
    Duration:
  • Stephen Knightly is the Director of InGame and helps companies, marketers and NGOs better engage their audiences by combining gaming principles with branding and training strategies. In this talk he discusses why and how to use video games for learning.

    Stephen Knightly is the Director of InGame and helps companies, marketers and NGOs better engage their audiences by combining gaming principles with branding and training strategies. In this talk he discusses why and how to use video games for learning.

    Speaker: Stephen Knightly
    Date added: 24 Feb 2014
    Views: 14,644
    Duration:
  • James O'Meara, Professor at National Louis University, explores ways teacher education might involve the translation of Pedagogic Content Knowledge: translating knowhow to local knowledge, using digital pathways to translate local knowledge to global, and ultimately the translation of globally evolved practice back to local classrooms and practice.

    James O'Meara, Professor at National Louis University, explores ways teacher education might involve the translation of Pedagogic Content Knowledge: translating knowhow to local knowledge, using digital pathways to translate local knowledge to global, and ultimately the translation of globally evolved practice back to local classrooms and practice.

    Speaker: James O'Meara
    Date added: 21 Feb 2014
    Views: 12,815
    Duration:
  • E whakamārama ana a Deanne i ētahi āhuatanga o te ipae e rata ai ā tātou tamariki. Kei te kōrerohia ōna painga i ngā taiao ako me te whakatonu hoki i te kaimahi i a ia e whakamahi ana. Mātakina!

    E whakamārama ana a Deanne i ētahi āhuatanga o te ipae e rata ai ā tātou tamariki. Kei te kōrerohia ōna painga i ngā taiao ako me te whakatonu hoki i te kaimahi i a ia e whakamahi ana. Mātakina!

    Speaker: Deanne Thomas
    Date added: 20 Feb 2014
    Views: 19,540
    Duration:
  • Paula Eskett, development specialist with the school library futures team National Library of NZ, challenges us to reconsider the space formerly known as the school library.

    Paula Eskett, development specialist with the school library futures team National Library of NZ, challenges us to reconsider the space formerly known as the school library.

    Speaker: Paula Eskett
    Date added: 17 Feb 2014
    Views: 23,257
    Duration:

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