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Nicola Ramsay

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Nicola Ramsay replied to Regional Support Division's discussion Innovate Here website – beta testing in the group Innovate Here - Local level innovation
"Hi Bridge, Yeah it will be housed on the DEECD website for the forseeable future. We did consider other places and in particular Ultranet. The issue we kept having is that we want the site to be available to all Victorian Educators and…"
Sep 5, 2011
Adrian Camm commented on Nicola Ramsay's blog post Australia’s innovation agenda: A stocktake
"Thanks for sharing this paper Nicola - a great read. "..... the Australian Federal 2009 Budget incorporated some important measures in response to the recommendations in Venturous Australia. The strong commitment to fixing one of the missing…"
Mar 19, 2010
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"Hey Nicola I love the new photo you put up. How did you enjoy the elluminate sessions today? Apart from the initial problems for the afternoon show, I thought they went really well."
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"Hi Nicola I need to contact you sometime and have made a friend request. I feel it would be good to add a clustr map so that you can see how many hits from what countries are visiting this site. Data always intrigues me. See classroom2.0 However, I…"
Jul 15, 2009
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May 5, 2009
Nicola Ramsay commented on Jarrod Robinson's blog post Can We Use Video Games in the Classroom?
"Not sure if you have seen the Scottish Education Department's site on this subject: http://www.ltscotland.org.uk/ictineducation/gamesbasedlearning/index.asp It seems some of their results have been possitive. Also, no formal announcement yet…"
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"Hi Nicola Thanks for joining the ning. Communication skills are really important for educators. We tend to be people who communicate well face to face and know how tailor the message for kids but in the new world of education, there are so many more…"
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Australia’s innovation agenda: A stocktake

Posted on March 19, 2010 at 15:30 1 Comment

Australia's innovation agenda: A stocktake.pdf

I wanted to share this paper by Dr Terry Cutler talking about innovation in the Australian context. This follows on from his 2008 paper called Venturous Australia and looks at where we are now.

It talks about innovation as a 'journey' rather than a…

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Do you work in the education sector? What is your role?
Yes. Senior Project Officer for Innovation & Next Practice Division, DEECD.

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At 22:15 on August 20, 2009, Anne Mirtschin said…
Hey Nicola I love the new photo you put up. How did you enjoy the elluminate sessions today? Apart from the initial problems for the afternoon show, I thought they went really well.
At 16:39 on July 15, 2009, Anne Mirtschin said…
Hi Nicola I need to contact you sometime and have made a friend request. I feel it would be good to add a clustr map so that you can see how many hits from what countries are visiting this site. Data always intrigues me. See classroom2.0 However, I cannot work out how to add the code into a text box once in admin. How good are you with the admin side on the ning? Delete Comment
At 23:13 on May 1, 2009, Julie Pavletich said…
Hi Nicola
Thanks for joining the ning. Communication skills are really important for educators. We tend to be people who communicate well face to face and know how tailor the message for kids but in the new world of education, there are so many more dimensions to how we communicate. Share your knowledge and skills here.
 
 
 

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