The Ulearn conference again….What’s all this 2.0 Malarkey about anyway. Read a student’s tale

The 21st century secondary teacher has still to emerge. The demands on time made by NCEA marking and moderation make it very difficult to adequately reflect on exciting new developments in education. It is easy to understand why we have missed a revolution. Mark Treadwell has been banging on at primary and intermediate teachers with […]

Sitting for a couple of hours in front of a computer game a great way to learn?

Sim City was one of the first simulation programmes. In the game you are the mayor and chief architect of a city you are responsible for building and manufacturing. You attract SIMs, simulated citizens who build houses, stores factories – generate a tax base that funds the cities finances and allows further development. Perhaps John […]

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