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    Interests: photography and playing rpg computer games...hehehe.

  • Warren Hall

    About me: ...litator for the Blended eLearning Programme. I am based in Blenheim and have a wife who is currently the President of the local playcentre and two boys one who is at playcentre and one who is at schoo...

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  • Am just about to go out and play Ki-o-rahi with my Year 10 class. Beautiful day in Christchurch....no movement...at least not huge ones. Lon

  • @tessa.gray hi tessa is it an app?as i need it to work a few maths sites. will have a play nw thanks

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  • SPOTLIGHT WEBINAR: Curriculum for the future

    n this webinar, we revisit important conversations and partnerships in Curriculum design where Rachel Bolstad takes us through an interactive virtual role play, to create some co-constructed arguments for future-based curriculum design, that involves teachers, leaders, students, BOT and parents.

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    Principals

    A focus on the role that school principals play in leading teaching and learning

  • LRTT: Teacher training Fellowships overseas

    LRTT: Teacher training Fellowships overseas

    ...ning. Teachers in the countries we work in have often received little or no formal teacher training, so our Fellows have a really important role to play in delivering relevant and pr...

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  • Thomas Heatherwick: Building the Seed Cathedral

    This is a big video about making big changes in big spaces. It illustrates the value of full immersion in sensory play and exploration and not just for the under 5s.  Of particular interest is the language and analogies Heatherwick uses to express his concepts.

    Tags: science, play, inquiry learning

  • Play and curiosity as foundations for learning

    In an article, Children educate themselves IV: Lessons from Sudbury Valley, (that echoes quite a few of the thoughts of Dr Sugatra Mitra in his Hole in the wall work) - Peter Gray who specialises in developmental and evolutionary psychology writes convincingly in support of students teaching them...

    Tags: play, curiosity, mitra, hole in the wall, self managed learning, sudbury valley school, peter gray

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