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  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Kauri' virtual field trip in March 2014 to Northland. In this video we join Relationship Manager for the Kauri Dieback Programme Ian Mitchell and LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny who discuss how our values about kauri have changed over time.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Kauri' virtual field trip in March 2014 to Northland. In this video we join Relationship Manager for the Kauri Dieback Programme Ian Mitchell and LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny who discuss how our values about kauri have changed over time.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 30 May 2014
    Views: 23,680
    Duration: 3:37
  • Linda Hiebert, Senior Director of Global Education and Life Skills at World Vision, outlines Citizen Voice and Action - a local level advocacy methodology that transforms the dialogue between communities and government in order to improve services, like health care and education, which impact the daily lives of children and their families.

    Linda Hiebert, Senior Director of Global Education and Life Skills at World Vision, outlines Citizen Voice and Action - a local level advocacy methodology that transforms the dialogue between communities and government in order to improve services, like health care and education, which impact the daily lives of children and their families.

    Speaker: Linda Hiebert
    Date added: 26 May 2014
    Views: 10,246
    Duration: 7:44
  • Dr Jean-Pierre Ezin is Commissioner for Education, Science and Culture for ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States). Dr Ezin talks about the need to move from a functional literacy to literacy in terms of science literacy,and cultural literacy, and the need for quality teachers and quality teaching.

    Dr Jean-Pierre Ezin is Commissioner for Education, Science and Culture for ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States). Dr Ezin talks about the need to move from a functional literacy to literacy in terms of science literacy,and cultural literacy, and the need for quality teachers and quality teaching.

    Speaker: Jean-Pierre Ezin
    Date added: 19 May 2014
    Views: 8,485
    Duration: 8:36
  • Jane Carroll, Speech language therapist and PhD candidate discusses developing the oral language skills of those just beginning school. Jane outlines a project to help teachers share a common language of learning with their students about phonological awareness and emergent literacy.

    Jane Carroll, Speech language therapist and PhD candidate discusses developing the oral language skills of those just beginning school. Jane outlines a project to help teachers share a common language of learning with their students about phonological awareness and emergent literacy.

    Speaker: Jane Carroll
    Date added: 14 May 2014
    Views: 23,106
    Duration: 6:28
  • Classroom teacher Pam Becker worked with Jane Carroll, as part of research into the development of phonological awareness. Pam talks about the steps she took to improve student outcomes in their oral language development and the impact this had on her practice and her students.

    Classroom teacher Pam Becker worked with Jane Carroll, as part of research into the development of phonological awareness. Pam talks about the steps she took to improve student outcomes in their oral language development and the impact this had on her practice and her students.

    Speaker: Pam Becker
    Date added: 14 May 2014
    Views: 12,284
    Duration: 6:06
  • 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: 12,143
    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: 6,790
    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: 18,252
    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: 18,956
    Duration: 7:00
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Kauri' virtual field trip in March 2014 to Northland. In this video we join Relationship Manager for the Kauri Dieback Programme Ian Mitchell and LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny who discuss how our values about kauri have changed over time.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Kauri' virtual field trip in March 2014 to Northland. In this video we join Relationship Manager for the Kauri Dieback Programme Ian Mitchell and LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny who discuss how our values about kauri have changed over time.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 30 May 2014
    Views: 23,680
    Duration: 3:37
  • Linda Hiebert, Senior Director of Global Education and Life Skills at World Vision, outlines Citizen Voice and Action - a local level advocacy methodology that transforms the dialogue between communities and government in order to improve services, like health care and education, which impact the daily lives of children and their families.

    Linda Hiebert, Senior Director of Global Education and Life Skills at World Vision, outlines Citizen Voice and Action - a local level advocacy methodology that transforms the dialogue between communities and government in order to improve services, like health care and education, which impact the daily lives of children and their families.

    Speaker: Linda Hiebert
    Date added: 26 May 2014
    Views: 10,246
    Duration: 7:44
  • Dr Jean-Pierre Ezin is Commissioner for Education, Science and Culture for ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States). Dr Ezin talks about the need to move from a functional literacy to literacy in terms of science literacy,and cultural literacy, and the need for quality teachers and quality teaching.

    Dr Jean-Pierre Ezin is Commissioner for Education, Science and Culture for ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States). Dr Ezin talks about the need to move from a functional literacy to literacy in terms of science literacy,and cultural literacy, and the need for quality teachers and quality teaching.

    Speaker: Jean-Pierre Ezin
    Date added: 19 May 2014
    Views: 8,485
    Duration: 8:36
  • Jane Carroll, Speech language therapist and PhD candidate discusses developing the oral language skills of those just beginning school. Jane outlines a project to help teachers share a common language of learning with their students about phonological awareness and emergent literacy.

    Jane Carroll, Speech language therapist and PhD candidate discusses developing the oral language skills of those just beginning school. Jane outlines a project to help teachers share a common language of learning with their students about phonological awareness and emergent literacy.

    Speaker: Jane Carroll
    Date added: 14 May 2014
    Views: 23,106
    Duration: 6:28
  • Classroom teacher Pam Becker worked with Jane Carroll, as part of research into the development of phonological awareness. Pam talks about the steps she took to improve student outcomes in their oral language development and the impact this had on her practice and her students.

    Classroom teacher Pam Becker worked with Jane Carroll, as part of research into the development of phonological awareness. Pam talks about the steps she took to improve student outcomes in their oral language development and the impact this had on her practice and her students.

    Speaker: Pam Becker
    Date added: 14 May 2014
    Views: 12,284
    Duration: 6:06
  • 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: 12,143
    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: 6,790
    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: 18,252
    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: 18,956
    Duration: 7:00

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