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Communities of Practice - What, Who and How?

'What does it mean to be a reflective practitioner? Communities of practice means expanding the dialogue - what is good, what is challenging - and having a conversation with others rather than just thinking about it yourself.' Viv Shearsby and Jocelyn Wright discuss the what, who and how of communities of practice with examples from earlychildhood teachers.

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GAFE Listener Questions: Finding Files in Google Drive (Part 1 of 4)

Allanah and Ānaru offered to answer questions submitted by listeners on GAFE (Google Apps for Education) after their first series of podcasts. This is question 1 submitted by a listener: What is the best way to organise your google drive? Or find a file in Google Drive? Allanah and Ānaru share their own tips and tricks with you for doing just that.

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GAFE Listener Questions: When A Student Moves (Part 3 of 4)

Allanah and Ānaru offered to answer questions submitted by listeners on GAFE (Google Apps for Education) after their first series of podcasts. This is question 3 submitted by a listener: What should you do if a student is moving schools - with regards to their google account and blogs? Allanah and Ānaru share their suggestions for this situation.

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Modern Learning Environment - Why? (Part 3 of 3)

Why is there interest in creating a Modern Learning Environment? Karen Melhuish Spencer and Mark Osborne discuss adapting a space to suit the different needs of the learners and what does good learning look like? And how can we facilitate spaces to enable that good learning?

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Modern Learning Practice (Collaboration): Peering Through the Keyhole of a Collaborative Learning Environment (Part 1 of 3)

Angela Vermeulen and Sarah Whiting, teachers, and now facilitators at CORE Education, talk about their personal journeys towards modern learning practice, and give an honest account of the joys and the difficulties. Hear how your expectations, what you bring with you, and what do you need to help you open the door or peer through the keyhole towards collaborative teaching and learning.

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Problem Based Learning: What Is It? (Part 1 of 2)

What is problem based learning and how can you implement it? Secondary schools are talking about how to shift to a more student centred learning environment. Ānaru White and Pauline Moore discuss this with a focus on implementing problem based learning in Secondary Schools.

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Top Tips For Working In A Virtual Team

Everyday I ask my colleague Lachie ‘Kei te pēhea koe?’ and he usually answers ‘Kei te pai’ before we begin work together. Nothing unusual - apart from that he is in the North Island and I am in the South Island. We have a weekly meeting with our boss, nothing unusual apart from she is in Wellington and we are throughout New Zealand: Whakatane, Picton, Christchurch, Dunedin.

 

 

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