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Events for October 22, 2014
Want to engage with parents more effectively? Keen to improve the impact of your work? Learn about the value of Storypark and considerations when implementing and supporting your teaching team. (USA and NZ) We will explore the purpose, benefits and uses of ePortfolios in early childhood education. Providing examples of how Storypark can strengthen the […]Find out more »
How have you implemented the Pasifika Education Plan 2013-2017 into your school charter or school strategic plan? How have you engaged with your Pasifika community and are their voices being heard? If you would like to understand how to unpack the PEP then this webinar will offer some strategies to implement as part of your […]Find out more »
Design Thinking is becoming more popular amongst teachers but what is it really about? A group of Primary and Secondary teachers from across NZ, Australia and the United States will discuss how they are using Design Thinking in their classrooms. You will find out what a design thinking approach has added to their teaching and […]Find out more »
We'll be discussing open research and open education in the tertiary sector. Contact: Matt McGregor (firstname.lastname@example.org) Presenter Matt McGregor - Creative Commons Audience Tertiary, Educational / cultural organisations, Librarians/technology/media specialists (all levels) Topics Open education, Open researchFind out more »
Leading education offers both challenge and opportunity for our educators. One of the global themes for Connected Educator Month is leadership for change. In this webinar, we will explore how a connected, digitally-enabled education has implications for our leaders - and how this is one feature of a modern leadership kete (kit). From engagement with […]Find out more »
Leading schools is a challenging job. Leading schools at a time when things are changing so fast, and keeping up has almost become an impossibility, is doubly challenging. Using researched theories of practice, and practical examples from the field, this session will provide principles and strategies to help you lead in the digital space. Woven […]Find out more »
So you are on Twitter – what is next? This is an opportunity for participants to explore networks beyond Twitter that are local and global. Justine Driver, Deputy Principal at Pakuranga Heights School, will share her experience of using social media to create a large professional network that is vibrant and constantly offering new learning […]Find out more »
Celebrating World Teachers Day 2015Professor Sharon Feiman-Nemser:Teachers as LearnersIn this public lecture, Sharon Feiman-Nemser will share her long-standing interest in the question of how people learn to teach and get better at teaching over time.Popular scholar and author of Teachers as Learners, a collection of landmark essays that argues serious and sustained teacher learning is […]Find out more »
A quick look into the inquiries of the seven 2014 CORE Education e-Fellows. The scope of enquiry ranged from professional learning, teacher voice, 3D printing and learner agency. The e-Fellows are from a range of backgrounds, Yr 1 NE to senior secondary school. There will also be time for Q+A allocated. Registration form link Google […]Find out more »