Education is a tough business to work in. And that’s true if you are a teacher, a trainer, or any kind of specialist educator. Over the years, I’ve thought a lot about how to survive and hopefully thrive in a rapidly changing educational landscape.
So you’ve made the switch to Zoom for online learning and meetings. But how can you use Zoom for LARGER groups so that it doesn’t suck? Find out here.
What should I read during the Covid-19 Lockdown? You should read Te Kererū by SG Smith. Free download and free audio introduction here.
Check out this review of What is Learner Centred? 12 Concepts from Te Ao Māori You Should Embrace to Create Learning Success
What is learner centred teaching?
It’s the start of the new year. What are you going to do to make your teaching and training more learner centred?
In my work in tertiary education in Aotearoa New Zealand, I spend a lot of time thinking about this question and what the possible answers are.
One of my jobs is to help develop professional standards for kaiako (teachers and tutors) and others, including support staff, working with foundation level learners in Aotearoa New Zealand.
Last year I travelled to Taiwan with a group of Māori businesses.
I had a fantastic time and learned a lot about the connection between indigenous Taiwanese tribal groups and NZ Māori.
Check out some of the photos.
Today, I found some notes about the future of education that I had scribbled down…
How would you go about dominating the medical cannabis education industry? Here are 10, actually 11, disruptive ideas from a NZ perspective.