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  • Professor Sumalee Sungsri of the School of Educational Studies at Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University in Bangkok outlines her research into the writing of guidelines for the development of learning communities, and a learning society, in Thailand.

    Professor Sumalee Sungsri of the School of Educational Studies at Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University in Bangkok outlines her research into the writing of guidelines for the development of learning communities, and a learning society, in Thailand.

    Speaker: Sumalee Sungsri
    Date added: 2 Aug 2013
    Duration: 8:36
    Views: 7,298
  • Tamara Sullivan, ICT co-ordinator at Brisbane Boy's College talks about the ICT general capabilities in the Australian curriculum and how her school is embracing new technologies.

    Tamara Sullivan, ICT co-ordinator at Brisbane Boy's College talks about the ICT general capabilities in the Australian curriculum and how her school is embracing new technologies.

    Speaker: Tamara Sullivan
    Date added: 31 Jul 2013
    Duration: 3:59
    Views: 4,088
  • Dr Te Taka Keegan is a Lecturer in Computer Science and 'language activist' at the University of Waikato. He talks here about ways to ensure that Māori language is used and developed through social media, online networks and through the use of the appropriate technology.

    Dr Te Taka Keegan is a Lecturer in Computer Science and 'language activist' at the University of Waikato. He talks here about ways to ensure that Māori language is used and developed through social media, online networks and through the use of the appropriate technology.

    Speaker: Te Taka Keegan
    Date added: 28 Jul 2013
    Duration: 6:00
    Views: 35,894
  • Emani Fakaotimanava-lui describes the loss of Vagahau Niue, the Niuean language, and outlines a number of ways that technology is being used to preserve and share the language, including the use of social media and the involvement of students in Niue.

    Emani Fakaotimanava-lui describes the loss of Vagahau Niue, the Niuean language, and outlines a number of ways that technology is being used to preserve and share the language, including the use of social media and the involvement of students in Niue.

    Speaker: Emani Fakaotimanava-lui
    Date added: 26 Jul 2013
    Duration: 7:14
    Views: 10,776
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Freshwater Ecology' virtual field trip to Lake Taupō in July 2013. We join Fisheries Ranger Michael Hill and LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny as they watch the processing of a live trout caught in the fish trap.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Freshwater Ecology' virtual field trip to Lake Taupō in July 2013. We join Fisheries Ranger Michael Hill and LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny as they watch the processing of a live trout caught in the fish trap.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 25 Jul 2013
    Duration: 3:40
    Views: 13,976
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Wandering Whales' virtual field trip in June 2013 to Arapawa Island on the edge of Cook Strait. DOC scientist Nadine Bott and LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny discuss why the lookout is such a key part of the Cook Strait Whale Research Project.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Wandering Whales' virtual field trip in June 2013 to Arapawa Island on the edge of Cook Strait. DOC scientist Nadine Bott and LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny discuss why the lookout is such a key part of the Cook Strait Whale Research Project.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 25 Jul 2013
    Duration: 3:50
    Views: 11,022
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Wandering Whales' virtual field trip in June 2013 to Arapawa Island on the edge of Cook Strait, on-board the DOC vessel Titi in Tory Channel with LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny in search of Humpback Whales. No whales today but a dramatic encounter with orca!

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Wandering Whales' virtual field trip in June 2013 to Arapawa Island on the edge of Cook Strait, on-board the DOC vessel Titi in Tory Channel with LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny in search of Humpback Whales. No whales today but a dramatic encounter with orca!

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 25 Jul 2013
    Duration: 4:14
    Views: 7,673
  • Derek Wenmoth outlines two big areas for schools to consider: opportunities for students to experiences the tools that will allow them to think in 3D, and how we can appropriate 3D imagery into our teaching and learning now, to prepare students as they prepare to go out to live and work in an increasingly digital world.

    Derek Wenmoth outlines two big areas for schools to consider: opportunities for students to experiences the tools that will allow them to think in 3D, and how we can appropriate 3D imagery into our teaching and learning now, to prepare students as they prepare to go out to live and work in an increasingly digital world.

    Speaker: Derek Wenmoth
    Date added: 24 Jul 2013
    Duration: 4:15
    Views: 13,210
  • Tim Kong, year 7 and 8 teacher at Seatoun School in Wellington, discusses the collection and use of data in schools. He challenges us to see beyond our classrooms to the value of data for a whole country.

    Tim Kong, year 7 and 8 teacher at Seatoun School in Wellington, discusses the collection and use of data in schools. He challenges us to see beyond our classrooms to the value of data for a whole country.

    Speaker: Tim Kong
    Date added: 19 Jul 2013
    Duration: 5:02
    Views: 4,978
  • Professor Sumalee Sungsri of the School of Educational Studies at Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University in Bangkok outlines her research into the writing of guidelines for the development of learning communities, and a learning society, in Thailand.

    Professor Sumalee Sungsri of the School of Educational Studies at Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University in Bangkok outlines her research into the writing of guidelines for the development of learning communities, and a learning society, in Thailand.

    Speaker: Sumalee Sungsri
    Date added: 2 Aug 2013
    Duration: 8:36
    Views: 7,298
  • Tamara Sullivan, ICT co-ordinator at Brisbane Boy's College talks about the ICT general capabilities in the Australian curriculum and how her school is embracing new technologies.

    Tamara Sullivan, ICT co-ordinator at Brisbane Boy's College talks about the ICT general capabilities in the Australian curriculum and how her school is embracing new technologies.

    Speaker: Tamara Sullivan
    Date added: 31 Jul 2013
    Duration: 3:59
    Views: 4,088
  • Dr Te Taka Keegan is a Lecturer in Computer Science and 'language activist' at the University of Waikato. He talks here about ways to ensure that Māori language is used and developed through social media, online networks and through the use of the appropriate technology.

    Dr Te Taka Keegan is a Lecturer in Computer Science and 'language activist' at the University of Waikato. He talks here about ways to ensure that Māori language is used and developed through social media, online networks and through the use of the appropriate technology.

    Speaker: Te Taka Keegan
    Date added: 28 Jul 2013
    Duration: 6:00
    Views: 35,894
  • Emani Fakaotimanava-lui describes the loss of Vagahau Niue, the Niuean language, and outlines a number of ways that technology is being used to preserve and share the language, including the use of social media and the involvement of students in Niue.

    Emani Fakaotimanava-lui describes the loss of Vagahau Niue, the Niuean language, and outlines a number of ways that technology is being used to preserve and share the language, including the use of social media and the involvement of students in Niue.

    Speaker: Emani Fakaotimanava-lui
    Date added: 26 Jul 2013
    Duration: 7:14
    Views: 10,776
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Freshwater Ecology' virtual field trip to Lake Taupō in July 2013. We join Fisheries Ranger Michael Hill and LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny as they watch the processing of a live trout caught in the fish trap.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Freshwater Ecology' virtual field trip to Lake Taupō in July 2013. We join Fisheries Ranger Michael Hill and LEARNZ Teacher Andrew Penny as they watch the processing of a live trout caught in the fish trap.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 25 Jul 2013
    Duration: 3:40
    Views: 13,976
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Wandering Whales' virtual field trip in June 2013 to Arapawa Island on the edge of Cook Strait. DOC scientist Nadine Bott and LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny discuss why the lookout is such a key part of the Cook Strait Whale Research Project.

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Wandering Whales' virtual field trip in June 2013 to Arapawa Island on the edge of Cook Strait. DOC scientist Nadine Bott and LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny discuss why the lookout is such a key part of the Cook Strait Whale Research Project.

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 25 Jul 2013
    Duration: 3:50
    Views: 11,022
  • This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Wandering Whales' virtual field trip in June 2013 to Arapawa Island on the edge of Cook Strait, on-board the DOC vessel Titi in Tory Channel with LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny in search of Humpback Whales. No whales today but a dramatic encounter with orca!

    This video was taken during the LEARNZ 'Wandering Whales' virtual field trip in June 2013 to Arapawa Island on the edge of Cook Strait, on-board the DOC vessel Titi in Tory Channel with LEARNZ teacher Andrew Penny in search of Humpback Whales. No whales today but a dramatic encounter with orca!

    Speaker: LEARNZ
    Date added: 25 Jul 2013
    Duration: 4:14
    Views: 7,673
  • Derek Wenmoth outlines two big areas for schools to consider: opportunities for students to experiences the tools that will allow them to think in 3D, and how we can appropriate 3D imagery into our teaching and learning now, to prepare students as they prepare to go out to live and work in an increasingly digital world.

    Derek Wenmoth outlines two big areas for schools to consider: opportunities for students to experiences the tools that will allow them to think in 3D, and how we can appropriate 3D imagery into our teaching and learning now, to prepare students as they prepare to go out to live and work in an increasingly digital world.

    Speaker: Derek Wenmoth
    Date added: 24 Jul 2013
    Duration: 4:15
    Views: 13,210
  • Tim Kong, year 7 and 8 teacher at Seatoun School in Wellington, discusses the collection and use of data in schools. He challenges us to see beyond our classrooms to the value of data for a whole country.

    Tim Kong, year 7 and 8 teacher at Seatoun School in Wellington, discusses the collection and use of data in schools. He challenges us to see beyond our classrooms to the value of data for a whole country.

    Speaker: Tim Kong
    Date added: 19 Jul 2013
    Duration: 5:02
    Views: 4,978

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