Welcome to the TUANZ Education Conference 2007 Wiki!

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Source: Tech Wizards from Fendalton School in Christchurch who ran a workshop at the conference

Sheryl and Miguel are excited to be facilitating the creation of the TUANZ Education Conference 2007 Wiki! Here we hope that presenters and participants will join together to build a digital, organic space where conversations can start and be maintained. If you're a blogger, a presenter, or workshop participant, be sure to read the appropriate section below and join in! Be sure and check out the TUANZ discussion blog Sheryl and Miguel have created as well.

Calling all Edu-Bloggers!

  • Are you blogging about--before, during and after--the TUANZ 2007 Conference? Please tag your blog posts using this tag tuanz2007,TUANZ2007. Or, you can add this to your blog entries (if your blogging software doesn't have tagging built-in):
Technorati Tags: <a href="http://technorati.com/tag/tuanz2007" rel="tag">tuanz2007</a> <a href="http://technorati.com/tag/TUANZ2007" rel="tag">TUANZ2007</a>

Then by searching this tag in Google, Technorati, or hitchhikr you will be able to read and see all that is being generated around the TUANZ conference.

Listen to NZ Teachers Share Their Wisdom

Some New Zealanders who haven't minded sharing their ideas on technology in education; listen to these quick interviews to find out what they're up to in NZ schools:

Rotorua


Whangarei


Auckland Primary


Auckland Secondary

At Mount Albert grammar school we have been running Myclasses (an online learning environment) for 2 years. It is a flexable environment that can be used in many diffferent ways. Feel free to check out what we have done with the link above. Thanks Paul Thompson (Science teacher and Myclasses project manager at MAGS), pthompson@mags.school.nz

Workshop Presenters

Please share links to your materials as appropriate to the location you will be presenting at. You can select your workshop location, then click on your name (or add your name if it's missing) to add yourself in.

List Your Blog here

If you are blogging about the Conference, be sure to list your blog below. Be sure to include your name, the title of your blog and the web address. Remember to use the tuanz2007 tag!

Blog Title
Your Name
Web Address
21st Century Collaborative
Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach
http://21stcenturylearning.typepad.com
Around the Corner
Miguel Guhlin
http://www.mguhlin.net
Life is not a race
Allanah King
A brand new edublog
My Journey in ICT & Blogging
Rachel Boyd
http://rachelboyd.blogspot.com
Bard Wired
Rachel Jeffares
www.bardwired.blogspot.com
ICT U Can!
Jane Nicholls
http://www.ictucan.blogspot.com
Making IT Happen
Rochelle Jensen
http://www.rocky11.blogspot.com/
EdgeoftheSeat
Iain Cook-Bonney
http://edgeoftheseat.blogspot.com



Petone Foreshore Blog
Suzie Vesper
http://petoneforeshore.blogspot.com
Break Out
Leif Hansen
http://breakout.edublogs.org
VirtualNorth
Fiona Grant
http://virtualnorth.blogspot.com/
From My Desk
Lynley Rawston
http://stmarysstratford.edublogs.org
Catch the Wave
Lyn Ross
http://lynross.edublogs.org
Educational Origami

Digitallearningnz
Free Math Videos Online
Andrew Churches

Justine Driver
Doina Popovici
http://www.bloglines.com/blog/andrewch

http://digitallearningnz.blogspot.com
http://www.math-videos-online.com
Kaitaia Science Mike Bryan http://www.kaitaiascience.blogspot.com
Year 9 Language Mike Bryan http://www.caniusethetoilet.blogspot.com

Here is a section on Useful Wikis (including those used to present at the conference)


Wiki Title
Your Name
Address of the Wiki
Educational Software and Web 2.0
Suzie Vesper
http://educationalsoftware.wikispaces.com
Question Skills
Trevor Bond
http://question-skills.wikispaces.com
Web2.0 Next Generation web
Trevor Storr
http://trevor.wiki.zoho.com/TUANZ-2007.html
Educational Origami
Andrew Churches
http://edorigami.wikispaces.com/
Wanganui ICT Cluster
Lyn Ross
http://www.wanganuicluster.co.nz



Special Thanks to Adam Frey, Wikispaces.com