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Events for October 20, 2014
Storytelling in its purest form ... as story telling in the virtual world has created a lot of opportunity to tell our stories in so many ways this workshop revisits the need to continue to tell stories face to face. Contact: Wharehoka Wano (email@example.com) Audience Early childhood, Primary, Intermediate, Secondary, Tertiary, Librarians/technology/media specialists (all levels), […]Find out more »
WEBINAR: “Classroom strategies for creative thinking” – 45 minute webinar with international presenter Graham Watts
How can students take the lead with their thinking and learning and become independent learners? Co-creating a toolkit with students involves developing critical, creative and metacognitive thinking tools. Then, to increase the independent use of these toolkits, students use the intelligent behaviours of Costa and Kallick’s Habits of Mind as the compass of their learning. […]Find out more »
Identifying and providing for students who are gifted and have a learning disabilityTwice exceptional children are those who are both gifted and have a specific learning need. While they can be highly able, they can struggle within the education system as the work they produce often fails to represent what they are truly capable of. […]Find out more »
In this session with Tom Barrett (@TomBarrett/NoTosh) we will explore a journey we are all on: to design more powerful, authentic learning experiences. All too often we find ourselves looking in from the outside, trying to capture a journey of learning that is not ours. In our endeavour to design powerful learning what do we […]Find out more »
Chats will be around the use of digital technologies in the classroom, including the use of tools for collaboration, flipping the classroom, literacy and tools to support specific groups of learners. Ideal for people who might be new to Twitter or experienced users. If you have experimented with a digital tool or have an interest […]Find out more »