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Many places online I call myself TeachingLearner.
Those places include Facebook, Twitter, LinkIn, Flickr and more.
During 2011 I did invest much time learning from various websites.
I did not teach very much.
My files and mind are FULL of short lessons on many subjects.
Making this declaration on New Years Day will help.
And I have a way for reminding my self where I review my projects and tasks…Continue
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Synchronous learning technologies are transforming the way many students learn and teachers teach, but exactly how are they being used? We are looking for tertiary educators from Australian and New Zealand institutions who have used synchronous…
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The University of Waikato have been using Moodle since 2007 with several customisations and 3rd party modules. The Waikato Centre for eLearning (WCEL) had a year to ensure these were upgraded to meet the needs of the much anticipated Moodle 2.0 version, which was released in late 2010. Developments were made and a pilot run in B Semester 2011. Feedback was positive and after a series of upgrade tests we implemented Moodle 2 in October ready for our November 2011 Summer School.…Continue
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The European Society for the Systemic Innovation of Education (ESSIE) invite you to freely read innovative Open Articles on the Systemic Innovation of Education (http://www.essie-society.org/OnlineJournal.php) . The Articles are made…Continue
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The original post that (by Jon on September 27, 2011) announced the move and its implications is produced in…Continue
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If you feel your learners would like the opportunity of making connections and working with social studies students in Canada (14–17 years of age), this could be what you have been looking…Continue
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Image by hazelowendmc via Flickr
This is a quick overview to one of the projects that Ethos is involved in - the English Language Learning in New Zealand (ELLINZ) blended learning…
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Douglas Harre and CORE Education have very kindly given me permission to share the following report with you, which gives a vivid insight into some of the challenges the students and schools are facing, and the amazing ways in which they are rising to those challenges. The Ministry of Education and Core have been…Continue
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This is the third, and final part of a three-part recollection and reflection: "On choosing to teach: a professor reflects", by Peter Mellalieu. To read part one, please click this link, and part two, please…Continue
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