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  • Paula Eskett, development specialist with the school library futures team National Library of NZ, challenges us to reconsider the space formerly known as the school library.

    Paula Eskett, development specialist with the school library futures team National Library of NZ, challenges us to reconsider the space formerly known as the school library.

    Speaker: Paula Eskett
    Date added: 17 Feb 2014
    Views: 22,936
    Duration: 6:32
  • Derek Wenmoth provides an explanation of learner agency in the first of CORE Education's ten trends for 2014. Derek describes three features: the initiative or self-regulation of the learner, the way agency mediates and is mediated by the sociocultural context of the classroom, and social connectedness - an awareness of the responsibility of one's own actions on others. 

    Derek Wenmoth provides an explanation of learner agency in the first of CORE Education's ten trends for 2014. Derek describes three features: the initiative or self-regulation of the learner, the way agency mediates and is mediated by the sociocultural context of the classroom, and social connectedness - an awareness of the responsibility of one's own actions on others. 

    Speaker: Derek Wenmoth
    Date added: 13 Feb 2014
    Views: 8,216
    Duration: 5:54
  • I te ekenga o te kura nei ki te 150 tau te pakeke ka whai wāhi tātou ki te whakarongo ki tētahi o ngā mātua o te kura nei e kōrero ana i ngā takahanga reo Māori nō tōna huatakitanga ki tēnei rangi tonu. Kia areare taringa atu!

    I te ekenga o te kura nei ki te 150 tau te pakeke ka whai wāhi tātou ki te whakarongo ki tētahi o ngā mātua o te kura nei e kōrero ana i ngā takahanga reo Māori nō tōna huatakitanga ki tēnei rangi tonu. Kia areare taringa atu!

    Speaker: Te Marino Lenihan
    Date added: 11 Feb 2014
    Views: 61,421
    Duration: 3:40
  • Carolyn Stuart, Education Sector Lead for the Network for Learning, talks about the plans for the 2014 roll out of the Network for Learning in New Zealand Schools.

    Carolyn Stuart, Education Sector Lead for the Network for Learning, talks about the plans for the 2014 roll out of the Network for Learning in New Zealand Schools.

    Speaker: Carolyn Stuart
    Date added: 7 Feb 2014
    Views: 5,853
    Duration: 3:56
  • Ko ngā hangarau o nāianei rā me ōna painga katoa. Kei hinga tātou i te wehi ki ēnei hangarau, tīkina atu, whakamahia atu, whakamaua ki tīna!

    Ko ngā hangarau o nāianei rā me ōna painga katoa. Kei hinga tātou i te wehi ki ēnei hangarau, tīkina atu, whakamahia atu, whakamaua ki tīna!

    Speaker: Wharehoka Wano
    Date added: 5 Feb 2014
    Views: 7,915
    Duration: 3:04
  • Sally Clendon discusses technology support for literacy learning in students with complex communication and learning needs.

    Sally Clendon discusses technology support for literacy learning in students with complex communication and learning needs.

    Speaker: Sally Clendon
    Date added: 3 Feb 2014
    Views: 14,776
    Duration: 6:41
  • The 2014 ten trends have been compiled by the staff at CORE Education. Each month one of these trends will be presented for discussion with supporting articles, links and professional learning and development challenges available on the CORE Education website. 

    The 2014 ten trends have been compiled by the staff at CORE Education. Each month one of these trends will be presented for discussion with supporting articles, links and professional learning and development challenges available on the CORE Education website. 

    Speaker: Derek Wenmoth
    Date added: 28 Jan 2014
    Views: 8,840
    Duration: 5:10
  • Malcolm Roberts, Programme co-ordinator of the graduate diploma of information technology in education at WINTEC, discusses the future of open source software in schools, and explains the benefits of this free, open, and portable way for students to access technology.

    Malcolm Roberts, Programme co-ordinator of the graduate diploma of information technology in education at WINTEC, discusses the future of open source software in schools, and explains the benefits of this free, open, and portable way for students to access technology.

    Speaker: Malcolm Roberts
    Date added: 27 Jan 2014
    Views: 14,482
    Duration: 6:40
  •  CORE Education's Mark Osborne discusses that the first step to considering modern learning environments is to start with learning. If we consider our school's vision for students, then identify the teaching strategies and environments that will help us make that vision a reality, it is a good solid first step.

     CORE Education's Mark Osborne discusses that the first step to considering modern learning environments is to start with learning. If we consider our school's vision for students, then identify the teaching strategies and environments that will help us make that vision a reality, it is a good solid first step.

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 16 Dec 2013
    Views: 14,925
    Duration: 3:55
  • Paula Eskett, development specialist with the school library futures team National Library of NZ, challenges us to reconsider the space formerly known as the school library.

    Paula Eskett, development specialist with the school library futures team National Library of NZ, challenges us to reconsider the space formerly known as the school library.

    Speaker: Paula Eskett
    Date added: 17 Feb 2014
    Views: 22,936
    Duration: 6:32
  • Derek Wenmoth provides an explanation of learner agency in the first of CORE Education's ten trends for 2014. Derek describes three features: the initiative or self-regulation of the learner, the way agency mediates and is mediated by the sociocultural context of the classroom, and social connectedness - an awareness of the responsibility of one's own actions on others. 

    Derek Wenmoth provides an explanation of learner agency in the first of CORE Education's ten trends for 2014. Derek describes three features: the initiative or self-regulation of the learner, the way agency mediates and is mediated by the sociocultural context of the classroom, and social connectedness - an awareness of the responsibility of one's own actions on others. 

    Speaker: Derek Wenmoth
    Date added: 13 Feb 2014
    Views: 8,216
    Duration: 5:54
  • I te ekenga o te kura nei ki te 150 tau te pakeke ka whai wāhi tātou ki te whakarongo ki tētahi o ngā mātua o te kura nei e kōrero ana i ngā takahanga reo Māori nō tōna huatakitanga ki tēnei rangi tonu. Kia areare taringa atu!

    I te ekenga o te kura nei ki te 150 tau te pakeke ka whai wāhi tātou ki te whakarongo ki tētahi o ngā mātua o te kura nei e kōrero ana i ngā takahanga reo Māori nō tōna huatakitanga ki tēnei rangi tonu. Kia areare taringa atu!

    Speaker: Te Marino Lenihan
    Date added: 11 Feb 2014
    Views: 61,421
    Duration: 3:40
  • Carolyn Stuart, Education Sector Lead for the Network for Learning, talks about the plans for the 2014 roll out of the Network for Learning in New Zealand Schools.

    Carolyn Stuart, Education Sector Lead for the Network for Learning, talks about the plans for the 2014 roll out of the Network for Learning in New Zealand Schools.

    Speaker: Carolyn Stuart
    Date added: 7 Feb 2014
    Views: 5,853
    Duration: 3:56
  • Ko ngā hangarau o nāianei rā me ōna painga katoa. Kei hinga tātou i te wehi ki ēnei hangarau, tīkina atu, whakamahia atu, whakamaua ki tīna!

    Ko ngā hangarau o nāianei rā me ōna painga katoa. Kei hinga tātou i te wehi ki ēnei hangarau, tīkina atu, whakamahia atu, whakamaua ki tīna!

    Speaker: Wharehoka Wano
    Date added: 5 Feb 2014
    Views: 7,915
    Duration: 3:04
  • Sally Clendon discusses technology support for literacy learning in students with complex communication and learning needs.

    Sally Clendon discusses technology support for literacy learning in students with complex communication and learning needs.

    Speaker: Sally Clendon
    Date added: 3 Feb 2014
    Views: 14,776
    Duration: 6:41
  • The 2014 ten trends have been compiled by the staff at CORE Education. Each month one of these trends will be presented for discussion with supporting articles, links and professional learning and development challenges available on the CORE Education website. 

    The 2014 ten trends have been compiled by the staff at CORE Education. Each month one of these trends will be presented for discussion with supporting articles, links and professional learning and development challenges available on the CORE Education website. 

    Speaker: Derek Wenmoth
    Date added: 28 Jan 2014
    Views: 8,840
    Duration: 5:10
  • Malcolm Roberts, Programme co-ordinator of the graduate diploma of information technology in education at WINTEC, discusses the future of open source software in schools, and explains the benefits of this free, open, and portable way for students to access technology.

    Malcolm Roberts, Programme co-ordinator of the graduate diploma of information technology in education at WINTEC, discusses the future of open source software in schools, and explains the benefits of this free, open, and portable way for students to access technology.

    Speaker: Malcolm Roberts
    Date added: 27 Jan 2014
    Views: 14,482
    Duration: 6:40
  •  CORE Education's Mark Osborne discusses that the first step to considering modern learning environments is to start with learning. If we consider our school's vision for students, then identify the teaching strategies and environments that will help us make that vision a reality, it is a good solid first step.

     CORE Education's Mark Osborne discusses that the first step to considering modern learning environments is to start with learning. If we consider our school's vision for students, then identify the teaching strategies and environments that will help us make that vision a reality, it is a good solid first step.

    Speaker: Mark Osborne
    Date added: 16 Dec 2013
    Views: 14,925
    Duration: 3:55

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