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Towards an indigenous eLearning strategy: Critical considerations and implications

Posted on November 25, 2014 at 15:23 1 Comment

Wordle: Maori e-Learning stratgey

Yo-Heta Lensen Ngapuhi, Ngati Hine

Te Whare Waananga o Wairaka Unitec Institute of Technology

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At 10:41 on November 24, 2014, Hazel Owen said…

Nau Mai, Haere Mai, lovely Yo!! I am over the moon that you have joined the Ethos online community!! (Doing a virtual jig on my keyboard here! :-p).

There are heaps of conversations around  the impact of culture and our preferences for learning (e.g. here was the one about digital citizenship you were keen to respond to, and also Cultural Examples of Collaborative Learning: What does this like for you and your learners?) - so if you have ideas, comments or things that should be included, please jump in :-) Also, Eddie Reisch has kicked off a discussion about blended learning and how it can encourage "students, teachers, kura, schools etc...[to be involved in]  constructing learning for themselves and others"...i.e. what happens when you take away the formal role of the 'teacher' :-)

Please also make yourself feel at home, and feel free to make blog posts and comments, as well as to ask questions, and to share any interesting videos, or audio that you come across. And very much looking forward to your post this month...you're a gem. Mauri ora. Hei konā mai. Hazel

 
 
 

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