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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

  • 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

  • TeKids - Week 7

    I wasn't able to attend the TeKids session this week, but our students did.  I was really impressed with what they have achieved today.  They have shown that they do have the skills, and I believe these have developed from them leading our own school TeKids upskilling.  They used a...

    Tags: inquiry learning, elearning, web 2.0

  • eLearning round-up on the VLN | 27 June 11

    Haven't got time to trawl the VLN for eLearning goodness? I've done it for you:-)   eMember of the week Each week we'll profile someone who has made valuable contributions to our eLearning community. This week, it's.... Isaac Day: Principal of Enner Glynn School in Nelson, and director ...

    Tags: blogs, web 2.0, facebook, action planner, social media

  • Why Blog?

    There are a lot of great reasons why teachers need to have a blog or wikispace but it was brought home to me this week of the most basic reason of why even the least internet savy needs to have a blog or wikispace. Children need a generic place from which go to web spaces for learning without ty...

    Tags: blogging, web 2.0, website, link learning

  • Adding a flickr feed to your wikispace

    Live example with code here: http://widgeds.wikispaces.com/Flickr+Feed In wikispaces, edit a page. Click on "Widget", then select "Other Widget". In the editing window, paste the code below and replace the value under  'id: '62938898@N00' with the one of your own photostream. <...

    Tags: wikispaces, web 2.0

  • Mashing up data on wikispaces

    This has been advertised elswewhere on this VLN. The NZ Mix and Mash competition has just started. You have till September 19th to submit your entry. The thing is that you don't need  complex technology or advanced technical skills to make great projects. It's more about having a nice idea ...

    Tags: wikispaces, web 2.0, programming

  • Wikispaces Mashup suggestions anyone?

    I am happy to celebrate mix and mash NZ with more examples. Especially some giving access to NZ resources (images, data). Any suggestion?

    Tags: wikispaces, web 2.0

  • Teachers' Website of the Day

    This looks like a great idea - the next thing would be to be able to filter it, so actually a group in the VLN would be cool - http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Teachers-Website-of-the-day/264535373593833?sk=wall

    Tags: web 2.0, website

  • Happy Music Teacher!

    Showed Peter how to download You Tube video so he's a happy chappy.  Used a free downloader - http://www.dvdvideosoft.com/products/dvd/Free-YouTube-Download.htm - which I put on our applications drive.  Paula Jamieson messageboarded me (new verb!) about Zamzar which looks pretty good to...

    Tags: youtubedownloader, web 2.0, website, music, professional learning, professional reflections