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  • Social Networking

    The iGen student described in "Understanding the Digital Generation" Juke, McCain, Crockett (2010) prefers to "network simultaneously with many others." Blocking of social networking sites creates...

  • Creating Connection.

      Watch this 5 min video then read on. (Remember iGen students prefer processing...p; Related Resources: iBrain - Small and Vorgan Understanding the Digital Generation - Jukes, McCain, Crocket...

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  • Join the eLearning:Technology group & add your thoughts to discussion: Is your school set up for a Google generation? http://bit.ly/krHjj9

  • I am now in Switzerland -visiting the Goldau Project and made contact with an educator using wind to generate electricity for his class use


  • Science Fiction and the Facts

    Perhaps the notion of space travel is still a little far fet...nce fictional scenarios provoke and inspire each generation to innovate and realise...le episode of the 80's series Star Trek the Next Generation reveals tables littered with...


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  • Virtual Learning

      Why is this important? Education in the 21st Century will undoubtedly be differ.... Ultra-fast broadband will provide the opportunity for schools to use next generation services such as high definit...

  • Cooking with steam.

    There is a long tradition of cooking with steam in maori life.  If we look wider...oticed about these states? How do people without electricity and western kitchens cook?...do you like best?  What still works without electricit...

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  • Ako-e


    This is the Virtual e-space for the participants and presenters at the TRCC course 'Ako-...ogy and communication technology. Information technology is critical to this generation, and is an effective means of...

  • Pitt Island School

    Pitt Island School

    Pitt Island School is most isolated school in New Zealand. Each student has their own computer and we get broadband via satellite. We make electricity with diesel generators and have no shops at all on our island. We are looking forward to collaborating with New Zealand teachers and students.