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  • Gareth Dart works for the University of Worcester (UK) and has also has a long standing involvement with the TESSA Consortium. TESSA provides open education resources across a number of Sub-Saharan African countries. Gareth outlines the ways these resources are used and describes some of the challenges the TESSA programme faces. 

    Gareth Dart works for the University of Worcester (UK) and has also has a long standing involvement with the TESSA Consortium. TESSA provides open education resources across a number of Sub-Saharan African countries. Gareth outlines the ways these resources are used and describes some of the challenges the TESSA programme faces. 

    Speaker: Gareth Dart
    Date added: 12 May 2014
    Views: 11,450
    Duration: 9:57
  • Derek Wenmoth outlines on the “singularity”, the continuing convergence of previously discrete and separately used technologies and almost ‘invisible’ integration and use of technologies as a part of our everyday life, and describes the likely impact for teachers and learners.

    Derek Wenmoth outlines on the “singularity”, the continuing convergence of previously discrete and separately used technologies and almost ‘invisible’ integration and use of technologies as a part of our everyday life, and describes the likely impact for teachers and learners.

    Speaker: Derek Wenmoth
    Date added: 8 May 2014
    Views: 6,028
    Duration: 7:35
  • Jackie Hayward, Communications Manager at Copyright Licensing, helps schools to easily understand the ins and outs of copyright and how copyright licences can enable them to maximise their existing resources and minimise the risk of copyright infringement.

    Jackie Hayward, Communications Manager at Copyright Licensing, helps schools to easily understand the ins and outs of copyright and how copyright licences can enable them to maximise their existing resources and minimise the risk of copyright infringement.

    Speaker: Jackie Hayward
    Date added: 7 May 2014
    Views: 11,659
    Duration: 4:20
  • Martin Kane and Gala Kirke explain their pilot project with iPads at Craighead Diocesan School. A group of 7 curriculum area teachers piloted the use of iPads with one of their classes, meeting regularly and sharing their planning and teaching ideas. They were surprised and delighted with the outcome of the pilot project.

    Martin Kane and Gala Kirke explain their pilot project with iPads at Craighead Diocesan School. A group of 7 curriculum area teachers piloted the use of iPads with one of their classes, meeting regularly and sharing their planning and teaching ideas. They were surprised and delighted with the outcome of the pilot project.

    Speaker: Martin Kane and Gala Kirke
    Date added: 5 May 2014
    Views: 12,075
    Duration: 7:00
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Geohazards' virtual field trip in February 2014 to the Bay of Plenty. In this video we join LEARNZ teacher Shelley Hersey and GNS scientist Brad Scott at the Whakatāne Fire Station to demonstrate how a tsunami works.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Geohazards' virtual field trip in February 2014 to the Bay of Plenty. In this video we join LEARNZ teacher Shelley Hersey and GNS scientist Brad Scott at the Whakatāne Fire Station to demonstrate how a tsunami works.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 2 May 2014
    Views: 22,216
    Duration: 3:17
  • CORE's Mark Osborne believes the data we collect about learning must be relevant, reliable and meaningful. Mark asks what the 'teaching as inquiry' processes are like in our schools, and how well is data used when making decisions about what needs to be learnt next and how students might best learn it. 

    CORE's Mark Osborne believes the data we collect about learning must be relevant, reliable and meaningful. Mark asks what the 'teaching as inquiry' processes are like in our schools, and how well is data used when making decisions about what needs to be learnt next and how students might best learn it. 

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 8 Apr 2014
    Views: 24,007
    Duration: 6:50
  • The team at Myross Bush School in Invercargill have been finding ways to grow the learning capabilities of all students. 

    The team at Myross Bush School in Invercargill have been finding ways to grow the learning capabilities of all students. 

    Speaker: Myross Bush School
    Date added: 4 Apr 2014
    Views: 20,800
    Duration: 5:46
  • Myross Bush is a traditionally built school on the outside, but what you find on the inside might surprise you. Tim Lovelock, Mark Herring and Evelyn Aurik explain how a school-wide goal led to a change in pedagogy and in term a change of environment.

    Myross Bush is a traditionally built school on the outside, but what you find on the inside might surprise you. Tim Lovelock, Mark Herring and Evelyn Aurik explain how a school-wide goal led to a change in pedagogy and in term a change of environment.

    Speaker: Myross Bush School
    Date added: 1 Apr 2014
    Views: 36,659
    Duration: 5:40
  • Ko te Tuku Mōhiohio tētahi o ngā aho o te wāhanga ako Hangarau o te Marautanga o Aotearoa. Ko ngā hangarau o nehe, ko ngā hangarau o nāianei ka arohia me te whakahau kia haumaru ā tātou tamariki i ngā wā katoa. 

    Ko te Tuku Mōhiohio tētahi o ngā aho o te wāhanga ako Hangarau o te Marautanga o Aotearoa. Ko ngā hangarau o nehe, ko ngā hangarau o nāianei ka arohia me te whakahau kia haumaru ā tātou tamariki i ngā wā katoa. 

    Speaker: Deanne Thomas
    Date added: 27 Mar 2014
    Views: 23,314
    Duration: 1:39
  • Gareth Dart works for the University of Worcester (UK) and has also has a long standing involvement with the TESSA Consortium. TESSA provides open education resources across a number of Sub-Saharan African countries. Gareth outlines the ways these resources are used and describes some of the challenges the TESSA programme faces. 

    Gareth Dart works for the University of Worcester (UK) and has also has a long standing involvement with the TESSA Consortium. TESSA provides open education resources across a number of Sub-Saharan African countries. Gareth outlines the ways these resources are used and describes some of the challenges the TESSA programme faces. 

    Speaker: Gareth Dart
    Date added: 12 May 2014
    Views: 11,450
    Duration: 9:57
  • Derek Wenmoth outlines on the “singularity”, the continuing convergence of previously discrete and separately used technologies and almost ‘invisible’ integration and use of technologies as a part of our everyday life, and describes the likely impact for teachers and learners.

    Derek Wenmoth outlines on the “singularity”, the continuing convergence of previously discrete and separately used technologies and almost ‘invisible’ integration and use of technologies as a part of our everyday life, and describes the likely impact for teachers and learners.

    Speaker: Derek Wenmoth
    Date added: 8 May 2014
    Views: 6,028
    Duration: 7:35
  • Jackie Hayward, Communications Manager at Copyright Licensing, helps schools to easily understand the ins and outs of copyright and how copyright licences can enable them to maximise their existing resources and minimise the risk of copyright infringement.

    Jackie Hayward, Communications Manager at Copyright Licensing, helps schools to easily understand the ins and outs of copyright and how copyright licences can enable them to maximise their existing resources and minimise the risk of copyright infringement.

    Speaker: Jackie Hayward
    Date added: 7 May 2014
    Views: 11,659
    Duration: 4:20
  • Martin Kane and Gala Kirke explain their pilot project with iPads at Craighead Diocesan School. A group of 7 curriculum area teachers piloted the use of iPads with one of their classes, meeting regularly and sharing their planning and teaching ideas. They were surprised and delighted with the outcome of the pilot project.

    Martin Kane and Gala Kirke explain their pilot project with iPads at Craighead Diocesan School. A group of 7 curriculum area teachers piloted the use of iPads with one of their classes, meeting regularly and sharing their planning and teaching ideas. They were surprised and delighted with the outcome of the pilot project.

    Speaker: Martin Kane and Gala Kirke
    Date added: 5 May 2014
    Views: 12,075
    Duration: 7:00
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Geohazards' virtual field trip in February 2014 to the Bay of Plenty. In this video we join LEARNZ teacher Shelley Hersey and GNS scientist Brad Scott at the Whakatāne Fire Station to demonstrate how a tsunami works.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Geohazards' virtual field trip in February 2014 to the Bay of Plenty. In this video we join LEARNZ teacher Shelley Hersey and GNS scientist Brad Scott at the Whakatāne Fire Station to demonstrate how a tsunami works.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 2 May 2014
    Views: 22,216
    Duration: 3:17
  • CORE's Mark Osborne believes the data we collect about learning must be relevant, reliable and meaningful. Mark asks what the 'teaching as inquiry' processes are like in our schools, and how well is data used when making decisions about what needs to be learnt next and how students might best learn it. 

    CORE's Mark Osborne believes the data we collect about learning must be relevant, reliable and meaningful. Mark asks what the 'teaching as inquiry' processes are like in our schools, and how well is data used when making decisions about what needs to be learnt next and how students might best learn it. 

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 8 Apr 2014
    Views: 24,007
    Duration: 6:50
  • The team at Myross Bush School in Invercargill have been finding ways to grow the learning capabilities of all students. 

    The team at Myross Bush School in Invercargill have been finding ways to grow the learning capabilities of all students. 

    Speaker: Myross Bush School
    Date added: 4 Apr 2014
    Views: 20,800
    Duration: 5:46
  • Myross Bush is a traditionally built school on the outside, but what you find on the inside might surprise you. Tim Lovelock, Mark Herring and Evelyn Aurik explain how a school-wide goal led to a change in pedagogy and in term a change of environment.

    Myross Bush is a traditionally built school on the outside, but what you find on the inside might surprise you. Tim Lovelock, Mark Herring and Evelyn Aurik explain how a school-wide goal led to a change in pedagogy and in term a change of environment.

    Speaker: Myross Bush School
    Date added: 1 Apr 2014
    Views: 36,659
    Duration: 5:40
  • Ko te Tuku Mōhiohio tētahi o ngā aho o te wāhanga ako Hangarau o te Marautanga o Aotearoa. Ko ngā hangarau o nehe, ko ngā hangarau o nāianei ka arohia me te whakahau kia haumaru ā tātou tamariki i ngā wā katoa. 

    Ko te Tuku Mōhiohio tētahi o ngā aho o te wāhanga ako Hangarau o te Marautanga o Aotearoa. Ko ngā hangarau o nehe, ko ngā hangarau o nāianei ka arohia me te whakahau kia haumaru ā tātou tamariki i ngā wā katoa. 

    Speaker: Deanne Thomas
    Date added: 27 Mar 2014
    Views: 23,314
    Duration: 1:39

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