Linda Keesing-Styles
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Information Literacy Community of Practice at Mt Albert Main library training room - Builiding 110

May 26, 2011 from 10:30am to 12pm
Information literacy Community of Practice: The best things in life are free. Part 2: Using social media to connect with our users.See More
Apr 29, 2011
Edward Flagg commented on Linda Keesing-Styles's blog post Engaging in Complex Conversations
"Cathie, Good questions. One place to start is right here. And there are many other resources that may suit you in our community resource repository. Best, Ed"
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Cathie Peters commented on Linda Keesing-Styles's blog post Engaging in Complex Conversations
"I am interested in the kinds of questions we can ask that support students to engage in these complext conversations. I have been doing some reading (and teaching) lately and the idea of using appropriate questions to encourage critical thinking is…"
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Celebration Cake at Building 180 Room 2001

April 23, 2010 from 3:30pm to 4pm
TLC Ning has over 100 members. To celebrate this milestone, please join Te Puna Ako staff on Friday 23 April at 3.30pm in building 180 room 2001.
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Engaging in Complex Conversations

Complex conversations are one of the characteristics of the Living Curriculum. At the recent Learning, Teaching and Research Symposium, I ran a brief introductory session on the nature of complex conversations. This session very briefly introduced some of the literature that influenced our choice of terminology and focus in relation to conversation, clarified the nature of complex conversations and invited participants to engage in a brief activity that simply highlighted the ways in which a… Continue

Posted on October 15, 2010 at 15:44 — 2 Comments

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