Recorded sessions

Frustrated TV presenter? Camera-hungry? You choose. And marvel at the Hairstyles through the Ages.

ULearn16 – Closing keynote

Profile video, produced by Mark Osborne – @mosborne01

vimeo http://vimeo.com/70390962

Connected Educator Month Ignite talk, 2014

ULearn14: Social Media Master Class

CORE Education EDtalks: Ten Trends 2014: Global connectedness

vimeo http://vimeo.com/106035486

CORE Education EDtalks: Ten Trends 2014: Networked organisations

vimeo http://vimeo.com/97899365

CORE Education EDtalks: Ten Trends 2013: Social learning

vimeo http://vimeo.com/72613943

Professional learning and e-learning

A series of videos made for Enabling e-Learning.

Social media and professional learning

This is featured on the New Zealand Teachers’ Council site, Teachers and Social Media. Here, I am outlining how their fabulous resources can be used in schools for professional development

ULearn12 Spotlight

A wee outline of my spotlight session from the ULearn12 conference.

….and the livestream recording.

CORE Education EDtalks: Ten Trends 2012: Virtual learning

In this video, I outline the nature of virtual learning, the impact for education and the implications for teaching and learning.

CORE Education EDtalks: The e-Learning Planning Framework

Here, I explain the framework, after having been on the development team, and I explore the elements of the framework, how it can be used and where you can get support.

CORE Education EDtalks: Making the most of online learning

I presented this breakfast session in Dunedin which I explored how to extend the reach of professional learning beyond the walls of the staffroom. I outline how to strategically take advantage of virtual learning opportunities.

Enabling e-Learning: The e-Learning Planning Framework explained

e-Education: The history and challenges of definition

This is a brief presentation to give an overview of the challenges of defining eEducation, the history in the evolution of eEducation, the way theories of learning need to be aligned to pedagogy, and the challenge of assessment in eEducation contexts.

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