2009 2009-Week in the Classroom

WEEK IN THE CLASSROOM KEYNOTE
A Peek for a Week – Inside a Kiwi Junior Classroom

Presenter: Rachel Boyd
Location: Nelson, New Zealand
Twitter: @rachelboyd

Presentation Title: A Peek for a Week – Inside a Kiwi Junior Classroom

Presentation Description:
A peek for a week inside a kiwi junior classroom of 6 year olds. Come and see what we get up to in our classroom learning during a week using a variety of online and web2 tools.

Please note that due to this presentation also being visual it is best viewed with audio AND visuals in movie format.

Presentation:

DotSub Video Presentation Link

Blip m4v direct link (video file)
Blip mp3 direct link (audio file)

Additional Information:
Twitter
Rachel Boyd Wiki
NZ EduBlabberings blog
Room 9 Nelson Central 2009 blog
Room 9 Nelson Central Wiki

On this day..

comments

  1. Karen

    Thanks for sharing your classroom! I really enjoyed learning how y’all (Can you tell I’m from Texas?) learn each day. I plan to share your sites with my teachers!

  2. Heather Davis

    Wow, I am so inspired…. I teach Year 4 in Beijing and you have given me a bunch of great ideas.

    A couple of questions –

    1) how long does it take you to manage all of this every week?

    2) how do I find the movement videos you were showing on YouTube. It is blocked here in China but I do have a proxy and can download and convert so would love to use what I saw.

    Again, thanks for the inspiration.

    Heather

  3. Kim T.

    WOW just doesn’t cover my thoughts after watching your video! Luckily I have two monitors so I could watch, stop, check out your blog, wiki and the great resources you shared. Do me one favor…please tell your students I said they are very lucky to have you as their teacher! Thanks!!!
    Kim in Arizona

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  5. Julia DeWaal

    After viewing this video I feel like I am teaching in a prehistoric classroom. I am so WOWed by your innovation, creativity and forward thinking that combines to make such a powerful learning environment for your students. I am completely inspired!

  6. Dawn

    Amazing classroom. I want to come to New Zealand and be in your classroom. :) :) I am a Pre-Service Student Teacher at a College in Oklahoma, USA. I am taking a technology 4 teachers class and watching your video is one of our assignments. Thanks for sharing your classroom and students with our classes here!

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  11. Ben Winter

    Amazing presentation of how you use technology in your classroom. I’m a teacher of year 3 children (7-9) and am on the journey of incorporating blogs and wikis. I was amazed by how technology is woven into your school day and how your class are readily using these technologies. I reallly liked how you use the wiki as a simplified launchpad for the web. Would love to visit…

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  13. Derick Jones

    How great that you use technology as a tool in helping students understand better. I was awestruck when I saw the video. This is precisely how children should learn. I also think that how to videos and online training sessions can help them immensely.

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