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  • Professional Development

    Each week I run 'techie brekkies' for staff professional development in e-learning.  The sessions are 20 mins long.  Last week's session on using Google Apps was inspiring.  4 members of staff attended. After showing the basics to get started it was great to stand back and hear the...

    Tags: techie brekkie, google apps, professional development, web 2.0, tahunanui school, e-learning

  • Paula Jamieson

    I LOVE Learning and making connections.  I am passionate about e-learning and technology especially embedding it throughout classroom environments to enhance and drive the learning... to truly make a difference to student achievement.

    Skills: facilitation, leading others to lead their own learning, communication, collaboration, web 2.0, creating a thinking culture.

  • Lyn Ross

    I live in Palmerston North.  I love all things digital and I can't begin to imagine life without the Internet, my iPad or my iPhone! I enjoy creating online spaces.

    Skills: graphic design, thinking strategies and tools, inquiry, elearning, teacher planning, student activities, internet, creating online spaces, web 2.0

  • Suzie Vesper

    I am a Year 5/6 teacher working at Mount Pleasant School in Christchurch. This will be my second year back in mainstream teaching after working as an ICT facilitator both in Wellington and nationally for the last six years and being back at the chalkface is challenging but rewarding! I have a ke...

    Skills: web 2.0, facilitation

  • Marielle Lange

    The video "Shift happens" tells us that we can expect to have to change of career in the future. It already happened to me. I had a first career as a Cognitive Psychologist, specialized in psycholinguistics in Europe (MPhil, Cambridge, UK; PhD Brussels, Belgium). A second one as a software develo...

    Tags: m-learning, digital learning, web 2.0, open content, open source

  • Do e-learning tools impact on student motivation and engagement within writing?

          The focus question Do e-learning tools impact on student motivation and engagement within writing?A large majority of students at St Andrews Middle School are writing well below the National Standard for Writing. Student achievement and engagement are low in ma...

    Tags: writing, e-learning, web 2.0, motivation, middle school, year 7, year 8, male, female,

  • Tan1a

    Tags: web 2.0, wikispaces, virtual learning, junior blogs, professional readings, professional development

  • Michael Fawcett

    Skills: wide and varied, mobile, blogs, blogging, web 2.0

  • Karen Melhuish: Social learning: what is it and how does it relate to schools?

    Session Overview This session will explore the ways in which social media and collaborative 'web 2.0' tools allow for connected communities to develop around a learning focus. We will consider what social learning is, why it matters, and tools that support this way of working. Karen is an e-Lea...

    Tags: vpld, elearning, professional learning, web 2.0, social learning

  • e-Literacy: Other worlds: To infinity and beyond with digital tools in the middle years.

    Cross posted from Bridging the Gap Cluster Blog If you are interested in e-literacy then Lizzie Chase is an Australian educator whose work you should follow. Lizzie has "written a series of free downloadable English lessons at Other Worlds http://otherworlds.yolasite.com for upper primary and l...

    Tags: lizzie chase, e-literacy, web 2.0, literacy, ictpd, other worlds, english, lessons, multimedia