Articles Archive for June 2009
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A number of students will be wanting to talk about and focus on Michael Jackson’s death - and obviously the immediacy of his death means that linking this into current teaching programmes is going to be difficult, but the availability of information online means that the type of resources we have access to immediately after this piece of news broke is so much more broad than the traditional medium of newspapers and television. Why not make use of some of the more interesting content that comes through and work it into online programmes? (read more…)
I had an old blog which I used when I very first became interested in ICT and eLearning - but when I got my fellowship last year I started this new one… anyway, I have been thinking that it is a shame to have lost all of those initial posts so I have decided to pull some of the better ones over on to this blog and revive them! This particular one is about Moodle from July 1 2007.
First of all, I would like to state that I am a trained secondary school English teacher - not primary trained, and certainly not trained in the teaching of basic literacy skills to new entrant students. However, I would like to evaluate TeacherMate in the context of handheld-devices and personalised learning in the classroom.
That she has been offered a place on the Excelerator Future Leaders Programme starting in July!
The programme is based at The University of Auckland Business School and is for the development of New Zealand’s young leaders. My place on this programme has been generously sponsored by the Wolfe Fisher Trust.
The course begins in July with our first residential. I look forward to being able to share more about this course through this blog.
I am also very excited to have been named as an Apple Distinguished Educator for the Australia/New Zealand …