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April 4, 2021

Posts from AADES for 03/31/2021

An item for my Aussie readers as they begin their week.

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Upcoming Webinar – Mindframes at a Distance – Collective Teacher Efficacy – John Hattie

AADES is proud to present a webinar for member schools by Professor John Hattie which will cover Visible Learning Mindframes in the distance education context including Collective Teacher Efficacy and effective feedback. Thursday 6 May 1.00pm AEST
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NZ – Freestyle learning at Te Kura

As New Zealand’s state distance education provider, and the country’s largest school, Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu (Te Kura) supports more than 23,000 ākonga (students) with their learning every year. Located throughout New Zealand and overseas, our ākonga come from a wide range of backgrounds and have diverse learning needs, which we support through personalised learning programmes based on their interests, passions and goals. Our ākonga and their whānau have been affected in different ways during the COVID-19 disruptions. Many ākonga had to change or cancel plans at short notice, and find ways to adapt their learning programmes to accommodate government restrictions.
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March 9, 2021

Posts from AADES for 03/04/2021

An item received yesterday that may be of interest to my Aussie readers.

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NZ – Freestyle learning at Te Kura

As New Zealand’s state distance education provider, and the country’s largest school, Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu (Te Kura) supports more than 23,000 ākonga (students) with their learning every year. Located throughout New Zealand and overseas, our ākonga come from a wide range of backgrounds and have diverse learning needs, which we support through personalised learning programmes based on their interests, passions and goals. Our ākonga and their whānau have been affected in different ways during the COVID-19 disruptions. Many ākonga had to change or cancel plans at short notice, and find ways to adapt their learning programmes to accommodate government restrictions.
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Forbes St

Woolloomooloo, NSW 2011

Australia

March 7, 2021

Posts from AADES for 03/04/2021

An item for my Aussie readers to begin their week.

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Coming full circle

A former VSV student, Talia, has come full circle after recently joining the teaching team at VSV.
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February 28, 2021

Posts from AADES for 02/25/2021

An item for my Aussie readers.

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The Distance Learning Playbook Part I – Recording Available

AADES was proud to recently present a 90 minute webinar by Professor Doug Fisher free for all AADES member schools. Doug has recently co-authored The Distance Learning Playbook (Corwin) with John Hattie and Nancy Frey. The book details the latest research on effective teaching and learning in the online learning context. The webinar will include the topics 1. Teacher credibility and teacher clarity in distance learning 2. The design of engaging teaching and learning experiences useful in distance learning. Doug is engaging presenter and a passionate educator. A recording is now available for viewing for a limited time.
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February 24, 2021

Posts from AADES for 02/23/2021

An item for my Aussie readers.

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This Thursday 22 February – The Distance Learning Playbook Part I – Doug Fisher – Book Discount Available

Thursday 25 February 2021 Time: 1.00pm-2.30pm AEDST. AADES is proud to present a 90 minute webinar by Professor Doug Fisher free for all AADES member schools. Doug has recently co-authored The Distance Learning Playbook (Corwin) with John Hattie and Nancy Frey. The book details the latest research on effective teaching and learning in the online learning context. The webinar will include the topics 1. Teacher credibility and teacher clarity in distance learning 2. The design of engaging teaching and learning experiences useful in distance learning. Doug is engaging presenter and a passionate educator. Attendance is highly recommended. Registration details to come.
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