Tag Archives: NML

AIS-NSW Integrators

Today St. Andrews Cathedral School is hosting the AISNSW Integrators meeting.  I look forward to getting together with this great group of educators focused on making smart use of technology for classroom learning. The agenda includes a survey of school … Continue reading

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Denmark: Exams 2.0

As I mentioned in the NML Conference debrief, Denmark is taking the lead in piloting full Internet access for students taking their end of high school exams.  Nice to see the BBC article verifying that this has taken place.  As … Continue reading

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Tom on Ed Tech Crew

Continuing on the NML de-brief, I had a really nice chat with the Ed Tech Crew: Darrel Branson (The ICT Guy) and Tony Richards (from itmadesimple.com). Here’s the podcast: [podcast]https://www.edtechcrew.net/wp-content/podcasts/EDTECHCREW104.mp3[/podcast] Don’t forget to look for links and further discussions on … Continue reading

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New Millennium Learners Conference Debrief

Attending the New Millennium Learners Conference in Brussels was a professional highpoint and profound experience for me.  Much of what I learned confirmed  understandings I have come to regarding issues in the US and Australia, but hearing them voiced in … Continue reading

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New Millennium Learners

New Millennium Learners Conference Brussels, Belgium 21-23 September The OECD’s Centre for Educational Research and Innovation (CERI) launched the New Millennium Learners (NML) project in 2007. It has the global aim of investigating the effects of digital technologies on school-age … Continue reading

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