Monthly Archives: June 2011

Engaging Maori, Pasifika and Youth Learners Workshop

Last week Ed, Betsy and I attended the two day workshop, offered by Te Whare Wananga O Awanuiarangi. The workshop is designed specifically for those of us who teach Maori, Young and Pacific learners. The aim of the workshop was to upskill teachers… Continue reading

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Attending class in an online world

In this post I want to explore; The value of student portfolios to create an environment of 24/7 learning. The concepts and principles of student portfolios to evidence learning. How students create and keep their portfolios. The value of working … Continue reading

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Reflections on workshops

This week is was my turn to offer the workshop on Assessment and the Living Curriculum. I prepared a lesson plan that was to be practice focused and interactive, http://tlcommunityunitec.ning.com/notes/Assessment_and_the_Living_Curriculum?show=tru… Continue reading

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More thoughts on planning for graduate success.

At the recent ACEN workshop at the University of Technology Sydney, Simon Barrie spoke about designing programmes for student work integrated learning. Barrie is currently based at the University of Sydney and has undertaken a significant research… Continue reading

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