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Pascale Hyboud-Peron
  • Tauranga
  • New Zealand

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What is your profession?
Teacher of French, MyPortfolio Facilitator
What is your interest in ICT Enhanced Learning and Teaching?
Can I learn better, faster, deeper while discovering how my phone and my laptop, connected to the internet, can support my journey?
Can I learn better, faster, deeper while networking with a wide range of people that I may never meet for coffee but whose comments, shared ideas and opinions and support add value to my journey?
Can I learn better, faster, deeper while contributing to a community developing around a common interest and having my eyes wide open?
I think I can do that with ICTs.
And much more.
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How did you come to the realisation that the day you stopped teaching you started learning?

Posted on January 16, 2016 at 18:30 4 Comments

How did you come to the realisation that the day you stopped teaching you started learning?…


Still about lEarning...

Posted on December 8, 2015 at 19:00 2 Comments

Today I spent time watching a clip Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano published on her Langwitches Blog.

It is called Learning 2 Learn. It took time as I paused it quite a lot:


I watched this video quite shortly…


Stuff about MOOCs leads to many questions...

Posted on February 1, 2014 at 14:00 5 Comments

This is really a "think out loud", a bit messy type post,  and your input would certainly contribute to clarify my thoughts around some use of technologies in teaching and learning and how it is evolving.

I recently read this post called The Dangerous Appeal of the Silicon Valley Narrative  on the Ed Techie. It presents an argument articulated…


Authentic learning experience

Posted on September 26, 2013 at 12:00 2 Comments

When I leave it too long to visit Ethos, and finally dip my toes, I always find a wealth of interesting and varied contributions to read and ponder and thus end up taking a long bath!

Often I am dragged in from the monthly newsletter: I do love a good newsletter that showcases a topic that entice me to log in and stay a while ;-).

I have a personal and professional interest in ePortfolio that I continue to indulge regularly. It fairly recently led me to seek to understand…


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At 15:58 on June 20, 2012, Hazel Owen said…
Absolutely brilliant to have you join the community. Please make yourself feel at home... and feel free to dip in with comments, ideas and questions, to share resources and ideas, and to lurk with alacrity :-) Cheers and welcome



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