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  • CORE Education's Director of eLearning, Derek Wenmoth, describes the three essential ingredients for leading learning in today's education environment: ubiquity, agency and connectedness. Derek presents these as three challenges, and poses questions for education leaders.

    CORE Education's Director of eLearning, Derek Wenmoth, describes the three essential ingredients for leading learning in today's education environment: ubiquity, agency and connectedness. Derek presents these as three challenges, and poses questions for education leaders.

    Speaker: Derek Wenmoth
    Date added: 15 Nov 2013
    Views: 20,252
    Duration:
  • Anne Salmond is a Distinguished Professor in Maori Studies and Anthropology at the University of Auckland. She explores possible futures in New Zealand, and the idea of education as a journey, which as Eruera Stirling once said, "helps your footsteps to find the right pathway." Here teachers give their students the confidence and skills to navigate towards new horizons.

    Anne Salmond is a Distinguished Professor in Maori Studies and Anthropology at the University of Auckland. She explores possible futures in New Zealand, and the idea of education as a journey, which as Eruera Stirling once said, "helps your footsteps to find the right pathway." Here teachers give their students the confidence and skills to navigate towards new horizons.

    Speaker: Anne Salmond
    Date added: 12 Nov 2013
    Views: 12,681
    Duration:
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Takahē' virtual field trip in October 2013 to Fiordland. In this video we join DOC Ranger Martin Genet, pilot Jonathan and LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny for a flight into the Murchison Mountains to track takahē, both from the air and on the ground.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Takahē' virtual field trip in October 2013 to Fiordland. In this video we join DOC Ranger Martin Genet, pilot Jonathan and LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny for a flight into the Murchison Mountains to track takahē, both from the air and on the ground.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 11 Nov 2013
    Views: 9,259
    Duration:
  • John Hanna, the chief executive for Network for Learning, provides us with some insight into this initiative for schools.

    John Hanna, the chief executive for Network for Learning, provides us with some insight into this initiative for schools.

    Speaker: John Hanna
    Date added: 8 Nov 2013
    Views: 64,677
    Duration:
  • "Online IS real life, we need to own our digital behaviour. The Sticks 'n Stones project aims to support students to be Positive Digital Citizens, to help those affected by Cyber Bullying and to encourage everyone not to be bystanders."   

    "Online IS real life, we need to own our digital behaviour. The Sticks 'n Stones project aims to support students to be Positive Digital Citizens, to help those affected by Cyber Bullying and to encourage everyone not to be bystanders."   

    Speaker: Sticks n stones
    Date added: 6 Nov 2013
    Views: 6,274
    Duration:
  • Mark Pesce, inventor, writer, educator, and broadcaster, was a ULearn13 keynote speaker. He explains that we stand at a nexus when we need to rethink educational practice around pervasive access to knowledge.

    Mark Pesce, inventor, writer, educator, and broadcaster, was a ULearn13 keynote speaker. He explains that we stand at a nexus when we need to rethink educational practice around pervasive access to knowledge.

    Speaker: Mark Pesce
    Date added: 4 Nov 2013
    Views: 9,645
    Duration:
  • Chris South, the head of dynamic services for Network for Learning, describes the N4L portal that will be available for schools from 2014 onwards. 

    Chris South, the head of dynamic services for Network for Learning, describes the N4L portal that will be available for schools from 2014 onwards. 

    Speaker: Chris South
    Date added: 1 Nov 2013
    Views: 65,358
    Duration:
  • Rich Allen was an invited presenter at ULearn 2013. One of his passions is the use of music to help students with their learning, and as a motivator for learning. In this talk he explores what the use of music might look like in the classroom.

    Rich Allen was an invited presenter at ULearn 2013. One of his passions is the use of music to help students with their learning, and as a motivator for learning. In this talk he explores what the use of music might look like in the classroom.

    Speaker: Rich Allen
    Date added: 30 Oct 2013
    Views: 5,936
    Duration:
  • Ken Shelton's ULearn 2013 keynote examines a variety of methodologies and strategies for effectively using technology to inspire and motivate students. 

    Ken Shelton's ULearn 2013 keynote examines a variety of methodologies and strategies for effectively using technology to inspire and motivate students. 

    Speaker: Ken Shelton
    Date added: 28 Oct 2013
    Views: 10,515
    Duration:
  • CORE Education's Director of eLearning, Derek Wenmoth, describes the three essential ingredients for leading learning in today's education environment: ubiquity, agency and connectedness. Derek presents these as three challenges, and poses questions for education leaders.

    CORE Education's Director of eLearning, Derek Wenmoth, describes the three essential ingredients for leading learning in today's education environment: ubiquity, agency and connectedness. Derek presents these as three challenges, and poses questions for education leaders.

    Speaker: Derek Wenmoth
    Date added: 15 Nov 2013
    Views: 20,252
    Duration:
  • Anne Salmond is a Distinguished Professor in Maori Studies and Anthropology at the University of Auckland. She explores possible futures in New Zealand, and the idea of education as a journey, which as Eruera Stirling once said, "helps your footsteps to find the right pathway." Here teachers give their students the confidence and skills to navigate towards new horizons.

    Anne Salmond is a Distinguished Professor in Maori Studies and Anthropology at the University of Auckland. She explores possible futures in New Zealand, and the idea of education as a journey, which as Eruera Stirling once said, "helps your footsteps to find the right pathway." Here teachers give their students the confidence and skills to navigate towards new horizons.

    Speaker: Anne Salmond
    Date added: 12 Nov 2013
    Views: 12,681
    Duration:
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Takahē' virtual field trip in October 2013 to Fiordland. In this video we join DOC Ranger Martin Genet, pilot Jonathan and LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny for a flight into the Murchison Mountains to track takahē, both from the air and on the ground.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Takahē' virtual field trip in October 2013 to Fiordland. In this video we join DOC Ranger Martin Genet, pilot Jonathan and LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny for a flight into the Murchison Mountains to track takahē, both from the air and on the ground.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 11 Nov 2013
    Views: 9,259
    Duration:
  • John Hanna, the chief executive for Network for Learning, provides us with some insight into this initiative for schools.

    John Hanna, the chief executive for Network for Learning, provides us with some insight into this initiative for schools.

    Speaker: John Hanna
    Date added: 8 Nov 2013
    Views: 64,677
    Duration:
  • "Online IS real life, we need to own our digital behaviour. The Sticks 'n Stones project aims to support students to be Positive Digital Citizens, to help those affected by Cyber Bullying and to encourage everyone not to be bystanders."   

    "Online IS real life, we need to own our digital behaviour. The Sticks 'n Stones project aims to support students to be Positive Digital Citizens, to help those affected by Cyber Bullying and to encourage everyone not to be bystanders."   

    Speaker: Sticks n stones
    Date added: 6 Nov 2013
    Views: 6,274
    Duration:
  • Mark Pesce, inventor, writer, educator, and broadcaster, was a ULearn13 keynote speaker. He explains that we stand at a nexus when we need to rethink educational practice around pervasive access to knowledge.

    Mark Pesce, inventor, writer, educator, and broadcaster, was a ULearn13 keynote speaker. He explains that we stand at a nexus when we need to rethink educational practice around pervasive access to knowledge.

    Speaker: Mark Pesce
    Date added: 4 Nov 2013
    Views: 9,645
    Duration:
  • Chris South, the head of dynamic services for Network for Learning, describes the N4L portal that will be available for schools from 2014 onwards. 

    Chris South, the head of dynamic services for Network for Learning, describes the N4L portal that will be available for schools from 2014 onwards. 

    Speaker: Chris South
    Date added: 1 Nov 2013
    Views: 65,358
    Duration:
  • Rich Allen was an invited presenter at ULearn 2013. One of his passions is the use of music to help students with their learning, and as a motivator for learning. In this talk he explores what the use of music might look like in the classroom.

    Rich Allen was an invited presenter at ULearn 2013. One of his passions is the use of music to help students with their learning, and as a motivator for learning. In this talk he explores what the use of music might look like in the classroom.

    Speaker: Rich Allen
    Date added: 30 Oct 2013
    Views: 5,936
    Duration:
  • Ken Shelton's ULearn 2013 keynote examines a variety of methodologies and strategies for effectively using technology to inspire and motivate students. 

    Ken Shelton's ULearn 2013 keynote examines a variety of methodologies and strategies for effectively using technology to inspire and motivate students. 

    Speaker: Ken Shelton
    Date added: 28 Oct 2013
    Views: 10,515
    Duration:

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