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  • 2013 eFellow, Pauline Henderson, identified that students might not have the skills necessary to make the best use of the technology we present them with in the classroom. Her eFellow inquiry looked into this challenge. 

    2013 eFellow, Pauline Henderson, identified that students might not have the skills necessary to make the best use of the technology we present them with in the classroom. Her eFellow inquiry looked into this challenge. 

    Speaker: Pauline Henderson
    Date added: 9 Oct 2013
    Views: 13,108
    Duration: 5:49
  • Claire Buist is a 2013 CORE Education eFellow. She explains her inquiry into fostering learning conversations in a learner focused environment through connectedness, ubiquity, and agency.

    Claire Buist is a 2013 CORE Education eFellow. She explains her inquiry into fostering learning conversations in a learner focused environment through connectedness, ubiquity, and agency.

    Speaker: Claire Buist
    Date added: 8 Oct 2013
    Views: 18,427
    Duration: 6:52
  • Jamie Power, a 2013 CORE Education eFellow, explains his investigation of the fifth wall and how his team worked together to find the best e-Portfolio solution for their school community.

    Jamie Power, a 2013 CORE Education eFellow, explains his investigation of the fifth wall and how his team worked together to find the best e-Portfolio solution for their school community.

    Speaker: Jamie Power
    Date added: 8 Oct 2013
    Views: 9,460
    Duration: 4:30
  • Stephen Heppell once again challenges us to think differently about schools. In his inspirational style, Stephen argues that "we know how to make schools that don't waste energy, but not schools that don't waste learning". 

    Stephen Heppell once again challenges us to think differently about schools. In his inspirational style, Stephen argues that "we know how to make schools that don't waste energy, but not schools that don't waste learning". 

    Speaker: Stephen Heppell
    Date added: 25 Sep 2013
    Views: 7,273
    Duration: 9:00
  • Stephen Heppell explains the difference between asking kids their opinions and expecting them to do research and becoming fully involved in learning design. This talk is full of ideas and inspiration for rethinking learning environments. 

    Stephen Heppell explains the difference between asking kids their opinions and expecting them to do research and becoming fully involved in learning design. This talk is full of ideas and inspiration for rethinking learning environments. 

    Speaker: Stephen Heppell
    Date added: 25 Sep 2013
    Views: 15,548
    Duration: 5:25
  • Dr Mohamed Eltahir Osman, from the College of Education at Sultan Qaboos University in Oman, outlines a research programme that is investigating why young males in Oman are not performing as well academically as their female counterparts.

    Dr Mohamed Eltahir Osman, from the College of Education at Sultan Qaboos University in Oman, outlines a research programme that is investigating why young males in Oman are not performing as well academically as their female counterparts.

    Speaker: Mohamed Eltahir Osman
    Date added: 22 Sep 2013
    Views: 33,264
    Duration: 11:05
  • Professor Maria da Graca Nicoletti Mizukami of the Federal University of Sāo Carlos describes the development of a web portal designed to support beginning teaches take on the difficulties and challenges that they face during their first years of teaching. 

    Professor Maria da Graca Nicoletti Mizukami of the Federal University of Sāo Carlos describes the development of a web portal designed to support beginning teaches take on the difficulties and challenges that they face during their first years of teaching. 

    Speaker: Maria da Graca Nicoletti Mizukami
    Date added: 22 Sep 2013
    Views: 16,767
    Duration: 9:36
  • 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
    Views: 35,410
    Duration: 6:39
  • Mark Osborne asks how can we take the learning opportunities available around the world and bring them into our classrooms so that our learners are not limited by our skills and our abilities, and at the same time how can we take the learning that we’re doing in class and make it accessible to our students wherever they are in the world.

    Mark Osborne asks how can we take the learning opportunities available around the world and bring them into our classrooms so that our learners are not limited by our skills and our abilities, and at the same time how can we take the learning that we’re doing in class and make it accessible to our students wherever they are in the world.

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 17 Sep 2013
    Views: 9,782
    Duration: 4:32
  • 2013 eFellow, Pauline Henderson, identified that students might not have the skills necessary to make the best use of the technology we present them with in the classroom. Her eFellow inquiry looked into this challenge. 

    2013 eFellow, Pauline Henderson, identified that students might not have the skills necessary to make the best use of the technology we present them with in the classroom. Her eFellow inquiry looked into this challenge. 

    Speaker: Pauline Henderson
    Date added: 9 Oct 2013
    Views: 13,108
    Duration: 5:49
  • Claire Buist is a 2013 CORE Education eFellow. She explains her inquiry into fostering learning conversations in a learner focused environment through connectedness, ubiquity, and agency.

    Claire Buist is a 2013 CORE Education eFellow. She explains her inquiry into fostering learning conversations in a learner focused environment through connectedness, ubiquity, and agency.

    Speaker: Claire Buist
    Date added: 8 Oct 2013
    Views: 18,427
    Duration: 6:52
  • Jamie Power, a 2013 CORE Education eFellow, explains his investigation of the fifth wall and how his team worked together to find the best e-Portfolio solution for their school community.

    Jamie Power, a 2013 CORE Education eFellow, explains his investigation of the fifth wall and how his team worked together to find the best e-Portfolio solution for their school community.

    Speaker: Jamie Power
    Date added: 8 Oct 2013
    Views: 9,460
    Duration: 4:30
  • Stephen Heppell once again challenges us to think differently about schools. In his inspirational style, Stephen argues that "we know how to make schools that don't waste energy, but not schools that don't waste learning". 

    Stephen Heppell once again challenges us to think differently about schools. In his inspirational style, Stephen argues that "we know how to make schools that don't waste energy, but not schools that don't waste learning". 

    Speaker: Stephen Heppell
    Date added: 25 Sep 2013
    Views: 7,273
    Duration: 9:00
  • Stephen Heppell explains the difference between asking kids their opinions and expecting them to do research and becoming fully involved in learning design. This talk is full of ideas and inspiration for rethinking learning environments. 

    Stephen Heppell explains the difference between asking kids their opinions and expecting them to do research and becoming fully involved in learning design. This talk is full of ideas and inspiration for rethinking learning environments. 

    Speaker: Stephen Heppell
    Date added: 25 Sep 2013
    Views: 15,548
    Duration: 5:25
  • Dr Mohamed Eltahir Osman, from the College of Education at Sultan Qaboos University in Oman, outlines a research programme that is investigating why young males in Oman are not performing as well academically as their female counterparts.

    Dr Mohamed Eltahir Osman, from the College of Education at Sultan Qaboos University in Oman, outlines a research programme that is investigating why young males in Oman are not performing as well academically as their female counterparts.

    Speaker: Mohamed Eltahir Osman
    Date added: 22 Sep 2013
    Views: 33,264
    Duration: 11:05
  • Professor Maria da Graca Nicoletti Mizukami of the Federal University of Sāo Carlos describes the development of a web portal designed to support beginning teaches take on the difficulties and challenges that they face during their first years of teaching. 

    Professor Maria da Graca Nicoletti Mizukami of the Federal University of Sāo Carlos describes the development of a web portal designed to support beginning teaches take on the difficulties and challenges that they face during their first years of teaching. 

    Speaker: Maria da Graca Nicoletti Mizukami
    Date added: 22 Sep 2013
    Views: 16,767
    Duration: 9:36
  • 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
    Views: 35,410
    Duration: 6:39
  • Mark Osborne asks how can we take the learning opportunities available around the world and bring them into our classrooms so that our learners are not limited by our skills and our abilities, and at the same time how can we take the learning that we’re doing in class and make it accessible to our students wherever they are in the world.

    Mark Osborne asks how can we take the learning opportunities available around the world and bring them into our classrooms so that our learners are not limited by our skills and our abilities, and at the same time how can we take the learning that we’re doing in class and make it accessible to our students wherever they are in the world.

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 17 Sep 2013
    Views: 9,782
    Duration: 4:32

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