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  • Mainstreaming effective gifted education practices

    First published in the blog for the World Council for Gifted Education conference 2013: In the preface to the most recent (3rd) edition of 'Gifted and Talented - New Zealand Perspectives' Joseph Renzulli (p.ix) draws connections between current thinking about education and that espoused by visio...

    Tags: gifted, education, mainstreaming, research

  • Bibliography of sources for inquiry

    Tags: bibliography, internet, sources, inquiry, research

  • MyPortfolio in a secondary school context

    ePortfolios can be described as: “An e-portfolio is an electronic format for learners to record their work, their achievements and their goals, to reflect on their learning, and to share and be supported in this. It enables learners to represent the information in different formats and t...

    Tags: e-portfolios, eportfolios, assessment, research, examples, MyPortfolio

  • Benefits of mobile technologies

    Tags: mobile technologies, pedagogy, curriculum, research

  • Research

    Many students have a very hit and miss process when it comes to research.  Some open their browser and type their search basic keyword into the url bar and hit Enter/Return to do a basic Google search.  This may net them nothing, or more likely, and worse still, it may find them milli...

    Tags: reading, research, google reader, google search

  • White Paper on Modern Learning Environments

    Kia ora koutou, Here's something that people might find useful: it's a white paper that some of us at CORE Education have written about Modern Learning Environments. It's designed as a think piece to spark debate, so if you've got comments or questions, post them here. Would love to hear your f...

    Tags: modern learning environments, white paper, research

  • LEARNZ Fieldtrip

    Reading is more than just a subject area generally scheduled during the morning session.  Reading is a means of accessing the curriculum, and as such needs to include reading within each of the curriculum areas to extend a student's subject specific vocabulary and understanding of text. &nbs...

    Tags: reading, comprehension, decoding, analysis, interpretation of text, inference, research, reading skills, e-Learning, curriculum

  • Choosing the virtual fieldtrip and reading the background information

    The LEARNZ website and participation in the virtual fieldtrips is available free to all NZ schools.  The only time a cost is incurred is when your class decides to send a virtual ambassador to take part in one of the fieldtrips.  To register your class go to http://learnz.org.nz In t...

    Tags: reading, comprehension, research, fieldtrips, virtual fieldtrips, e-Learning

  • Webinar: Practical strategies for the classroom - Māori students learning as Māori

    He aha te mea nui o te ao? He tangata, he tangata, he tangata.   What is the most important thing in the world? Its people, people, people. De Thomas will be facilitating this webinar, with a focus on focus on Māori students learning as Māori. Some of the key questions that will...

    Tags: Māori, research, "te reo Māori"