The Next Step: Presenting @ ACEC2012

Cross Posted at The Global Classroom Project In several hours time, on October 3, at 10.15AM local time, I will be presenting (with Nigel Mitchell) on ‘Working in the Global Classroom‘ at the Australian Computers in Education Conference in Perth, Western Australia. This is late evening of October 2 for teachers in the Americas, morning […]

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Helping Build “The Global One-Room School House”

Logging into Twitter this evening, I came across a fascinating, thought-provoking video entitled “The Global One Room School House“. Containing excerpts from John Seely Brown’s Keynote at the 2012 Digital Media and Learning conference in San Francisco, it explores the notion of teaching and learning within “a global one-room schoolhouse” based on networks of imagination. (Reference) The Big […]

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Exploring iPads in Education – The #ECUTips2012 Project

  One of the many reasons why I haven’t blogged here much this year is because I’ve been busy blogging elsewhere! Since February this year, I have been assisting Dr Jenny Lane with her TIPS 2012 iPad project, an exciting research project happening right here in Western Australia. For me, it is a wonderful opportunity […]

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My Edublogs Awards 2011 Nominations

My PLN has been a source of support, learning, and encouragement, and along the way, I’ve met many wonderful new people, made new friends, and discovered some invaluable online professional learning resources. Today, I’m taking the opportunity to nominate a few of my favourite sites, blogs, and resources for the Edublogs Awards 2011.   The […]

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Celebrating World Teacher’s Day (Australia): Making A World Of Difference

Today, October 29, 2010  is a special day for Australian teachers. It is a time to remember and thank those wonderful teachers who have shaped our lives and our future. Today, I am taking the opportunity to publically acknowledge those special people who inspired my entry into the teaching profession. Mrs Daughenbaugh (Year 4): I […]

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