TER Live #010 – #GirlsInTech at Vivid Ideas

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As part of the 2016 Vivid Sydney Festival, Intel held #GirlsInTech as part of the Vivid Ideas presentations, with research and panel discussions about girls in STEM subjects and the challenges – both personal and systemic – that need to be overcome to improve the number of women participating in tech fields such as coding and engineering.

This TER live episode presents the entire event with minimal editing.

00.00 Opening Credits & Intro
02:12 Welcome – Katie generic viagra at rite aid Ford – @KatherineLFord
07:57 Kate Burleigh – General Manager Intel A-NZ – @Kate_Burleigh
36:20 Research Presentation

53:40 Panel Discussion 1

1:17:17 Panel Discussion 2

1:45:24 Acknowledgements and Sign Off

Special thanks to Joachim Cohen @JoachimCohen123 and @IntelANZ

TER #071 – Poverty & Education with Linda Tirado – 29 May 2016

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Anti-Poverty Campaigner Linda Tirado talks about the challenges facing low-income earners and the impact of education policy on disadvantaged communities. Cameorn and Corinne discuss Direct Instruction in relation to recent buy viagra in minnesota events in far-north Queensland, and discuss the recent ResearchEd conference in Melbourne.

00.00 Opening Credits
01:19 Intro
06:09 Direct Instruction in the Indigenous Communities
33:01 ResearchED Melbourne
48:07 Feature Introduction
50:32 Interview – Linda Tirado
1:23:08 Announcements
1:25:43 Quote and Sign Off

TER #055 – The London Challenge with Prof Sir George Berwick – 04 Oct 2015

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Each year, Social Ventures Australia hold their Education Dialogue day, bringing together people from all different sectors of society to discuss issues facing education in Australia with a particular focus on improving educational outcomes for disadvantaged students. One of the keynote speakers at the 2015 event was Prof. Sir George Berwick, CEO of Challenge Partners UK, and formerly cheap viagra 100mg online Principal of Ravens Wood School in Bromley. In this extended special interview, Sir George discusses the period of growth and success of London schools during the period of the London Challenge.

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  • 00:00 – Opening Credits
  • 01:18 – Intro
  • 01:34 – Social Ventures Australia Education Dialogue
  • 16:42 – Interview with Prof. Sir George Berwick
  • 01:10:07 – Discussion
  • 01:18:28 – Quote and Sign Off

TER #032 – Richard Gerver on Effective Educational Leadership – 5 Oct 2014

Main Feature: Cameron speaks with Richard Gerver, British educator, speaker and author of “Creating Tomorrow’s Schools, Today” about his experiences leading transformative change in a British public school.

Regular Features: Off Campus with Dan Haesler, Dan discusses his insights from his recent trip to SIngapore; Education in the News, global conflict affecting schools and the issue of teaching values and ethical issues in schools; AITSL’s Teacher Feature, teachers discuss the things they’d like to change about education; Mystery Educator buy viagra soft online Competition – new clue!
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00:00 – Opening Credits

01:19 – Intro: World Teachers’ Day

05:26 – Off Campus with Dan Haesler: “Postcard from Singapore”

12:50 – Education in the News

30:36 – AITSL’s Teacher Feature

34:13 – Main Feature: Interview with Richard Gerver

01:30:18 – Mystery Educator Competition

01:31:11 – Announcements

01:32:14 – Quote and Sign off

Episode #007 – 06 October 2013 – Engagement

In Ep. 07 we discuss the issue of engagement in education. What are the benefits to student learning, and what are some of the ways teachers can better engage students in their classes. We talk with educational consultant and writer Dan Haesler generic viagra legitimate about the importance of engagement in the classroom. We also interview John Goh, principal of Merrylands East Public School about some of the whole-school approaches to engagement at his school.

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Getting connected in education

In Episode 5 of TER Podcast we discussed Connected Learning, and outlined some of the benefits and risks associated with increased use of online connectivity and social media in education. As a follow up to that episode, here are some suggested ways that teachers can get more connected with others in their profession, or help get their students connected with the each other and the world beyond the classroom.

Please note: While some of these sites incorporate commercial services, this post is not sponsored in any way, nor a direct endorsement of those services, this is just a list of tools that some teachers have found useful in the classroom and in their own professional development.

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Episode #005 – 08 September 2013 – Connected Learning

In Episode 5 we discuss Connected Learning and its impact on teaching and teacher professional development, including interviews with Professor Alec Couros about the relationship between connectivity and teaching. We also speak to educator and writer Dan Haelser about the rise of BYOD policies in school as a way of providing access to technology and the internet for learning.

Alec Couros on Twitter – Dan Haesler’s website

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