Submitted by Grace Vaughan on Fri, 11/12/2015 - 11:13am
Submitted by joe Wickert on Wed, 23/07/2014 - 11:47am
Great Ted talk on letting students choose what and how they learn, just like in a Big Picture Advisory.
Submitted by joe Wickert on Wed, 22/05/2013 - 5:53pm
Submitted by joe Wickert on Mon, 23/07/2012 - 12:03pm
Interesting reading on Education Week.
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Submitted by joe Wickert on Wed, 11/04/2012 - 4:09pm
In its second year, THE HOMELESSNESS SHORT FILM COMPETITION 2012 was launched today, a national competition for secondary school students and part of the on‐going philanthropic initiative, which aims to raise awareness about homelessness in our community. The patron, Cate Blanchett, has been a long‐term supporter of this cause.
Submitted by joe Wickert on Mon, 26/03/2012 - 11:04am
Charles Leadbeater went looking for radical new forms of education in around the world and found Big Picture as a model for the future.
Submitted by joe Wickert on Wed, 14/03/2012 - 5:40pm
I'm sure most have you have seen at least one of the terrific videos put out by TED - "Riveting talks by remarkable people, free to the world". If not get there now and enjoy - www.ted.com
TED have now luanched TED-ED. The idea is to capture the best lessons from the best educators, record them and animate them.
You can submit lessons here - http://education.ted.com/
It's a cool idea, I don't know if the focus on delivering "lessons" is a bit limited, the same old model of content delivered from the front of the class. Where are the students in this?
Submitted by joe Wickert on Mon, 17/10/2011 - 10:28pm
We all know that great images and sound can add to your media productions.
Often schools get concerned about the copyright implications.
Submitted by joe Wickert on Thu, 15/09/2011 - 12:58pm
Scratch is a programming language that allows users to create, share and remix interactive stories and games. It's aimed at educators and builds strong mathematical and scientific concepts.
Scratch is designed with learning and education in mind. As young people create and share projects in Scratch, they develop important design and problem-solving skills, learning how to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively.
Submitted by joe Wickert on Wed, 31/08/2011 - 7:19pm
Jen McCutcheon from Te Kura correspondence school shared this video portrait of Josh with us. Josh is pursuing his internship with NZ Fire Service.