Category: Issue 53

Be careful what your students leave behind

Be careful what your students leave behind How anonymous are your students when they go online? How private is their activity and the information it generates? Can you ensure their personal data is free from unwanted surveillance? David Kinane explores the challenges of privacy. As teachers, we have […]

Digging deep for virtual learning

Digging deep for virtual learning Two virrual field trip programmes this year aim to get students involved with nationally important road projects – ‘Memorial Park’ and ‘Waterview Connection’. Both provide teachers a rage of activities and experieces that will deepen learning across the curriculum, writes Wayne Erb. A […]

Examining and shaping our learning future

Examining and shaping our learning future From wearable technology and gestural interfaces, to new ways of teaching, the future of learning has some exciting possibilities believes e-learning guru Steve Wheeler. Here he talks to INTERFACE ahead of next month’s Telco Technology Services (TTS) mLearn events where he will be a […]

Learning that’s bigger than Texas

Learning that’s bigger than Texas A trip stateside has opened up a whole new world of e-learning and PD opportunities for Canterbury Principal Simon Mutch … not to mention some celebrity surprises, too, as he explains. When you hear the name Texas there are a number of things […]