October 2012 Blog Posts (14)

absolute value

I confess to being a watcher rather than a contributor. That suits me. I must say that ed is an asset, and has absolute value for those involved in teaching and learning. I shall continue to watch and learn and use Eds bloggs for insight and my own development.

Cheers Ed.

 

Added by mohiotia on October 30, 2012 at 9:55 — No Comments

Farewell Ed

Ed

Sorry to see you go, but good to have known and worked with you.

Thanks again for your efforts here, particularly with the Osteopathy Department.

Safe travels and happy landings.

Clive

Added by Clive Standen on October 30, 2012 at 9:38 — No Comments

Ed

Dear Ed, you will be remembered. I wish you all the best in your new endeavours! Hope we'll stay in touch!
Will there be a farewell party? Ksenija

Added by Ksenija Napan on October 29, 2012 at 17:18 — No Comments

Goodbye and Good Luck, Ed!

Hello Ed

I am sorry to hear you are leaving Unitec and would like to wish you all the very best for your return to your homeland and for the future.  Thank you so much for all your hard work and the excellent workshops you have delivered at Unitec - I have thoroughly enjoyed and learnt a great deal from those I have attended with you.  I myself am also on the move to be with my family - I am moving to Sydney in December!   I wish you a very Happy Christmas and continued…

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Added by Julia Dawn Barry on October 29, 2012 at 13:40 — No Comments

Haere ra Ed Flagg

You may or may not know, that Dr Edward Flagg is leaving the Academic Advisors team of Te Puna Ako and Unitec at the end of this week. Ed was the original creator and starting force behind the Teaching and Learning Community. He is leaving to return to his family and home in Colorado, USA.



This is Ed's very first blog posting on the T and L Community.…

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Added by Diana Ayling on October 29, 2012 at 13:00 — 6 Comments

Haere Dr Edward Flagg

You may or may not know, that Dr Edward Flagg is leaving the Academic Advisors team of Te Puna Ako and Unitec at the end of this week. Ed was the original creator and starting force behind the Teaching and Learning Community. He is leaving to return to his family and home in Colorado, USA.



This is Ed's very first blog posting on the T and L Community.…

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Added by Diana Ayling on October 29, 2012 at 13:00 — 1 Comment

Haere ra Ed Flagg

You may or may not know, that Dr Edward Flagg is leaving the Academic Advisors team of Te Puna Ako and Unitec at the end of this week. Ed was the original creator and starting force behind the Teaching and Learning Community. He is leaving to return to his family and home in Colorado, USA.



This is Ed's very first blog posting on the T and L Community.…

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Added by Diana Ayling on October 29, 2012 at 12:30 — No Comments

Thanks to Victor Fester for the great presentation on using tablets and apps in education.

Click here to download. Are all apps…

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Added by Diana Ayling on October 25, 2012 at 13:00 — No Comments

Google and Education in the Asia Pacific Region

 

 

Education is a growing focus for search engine Google which is devoting vast resources to develop innovative platforms that teachers are then able to integrate into their classroom lessons. The whole venture is part of…

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Added by Diana Ayling on October 15, 2012 at 16:00 — No Comments

September, 2012 Monthly Digest

Welcome back to all who took leave over the last couple of weeks. We hope you enjoyed the windy welcome to spring.

Here is the latest from the Teaching and Learning Community. I thought you might like to listen to this interesting interview from Sunday morning Radio Live. Suan Yeo Head of Education Asia Pacific at Google shares his ideas on where education and ITC collide.  …



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Added by Diana Ayling on October 15, 2012 at 15:59 — No Comments

September, 2012 Monthly Digest

Welcome back to all who took leave over the last couple of weeks. We hope you enjoyed the windy welcome to spring.

Here is the latest from the Teaching and Learning Community. I thought you might like to listen to this interesting interview from Sunday morning Radio Live. Suan Yeo Head of Education Asia Pacific at Google shares his ideas on where education and ITC collide.  …



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Added by Diana Ayling on October 15, 2012 at 15:59 — No Comments

PD: How do educators get to know what they don’t know?

When it comes to education reform, there are in general two major camps, but there are also several variations of each. The first camp would like to blow up the system and start all over. The other camp wants to continue the status quo while working to change it in directions governed by whatever dominant force of change has the ear of the…

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Added by Diana Ayling on October 13, 2012 at 18:00 — No Comments

Literacy and Numeracy Implementation Strategy

The TEC Literacy and Numeracy Implementation Strategy sets out how the TEC will work with and across the tertiary sector, industry, government, iwi and the community to help strengthen and raise the literacy and numeracy skills of adults who are currently in or near to work. This strategy has been developed in consultation with sector stakeholders and other government agencies.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact the …

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Added by Diana Ayling on October 2, 2012 at 14:37 — No Comments

MIndmapping in the Classroom

Mind Mapping is one of the hot buzzwords being thrown around in the world of pedagogy. What exactly are Mind Maps? Well, in simple terms, they’re those old bubble brainstorming maps that we were all forced to draw in the 8th grade. If you were especially artistic, yours may have looked something like this:

Read more about the great online tools for …

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Added by Diana Ayling on October 1, 2012 at 13:00 — No Comments

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