From a medieval help desk to Professor Michael Wesch at Kansas State University

The Ulearn conference at the end of last term was inspirational and I’m still sorting things out in my head. I love this Danish video about an imaginary medieval help desk where people need help with with this new book technology stuff! [kml_flashembed movie=”http://youtube.com/v/4pyjRj3UMRM” width=”425″ height=”350″ wmode=”transparent” /] Michael Wesch’s video essay on information is […]

Inaugural Chemistry “Oscars” Winners

Inaugural Chemistry "Oscars" Winners

Year 12 students as part of their redox chemistry had to do the following. choose a redox reaction decide how they were going to demonstrate this reaction to the class Prepare a short video clip about 1 minute in length to explain the redox chemistry involved. Use Windows Movie Maker or other editing tool to […]

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 […]

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