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  • Richard Lawton 07 Sep 2015 8:39pm () in How does your school moderate reading?

    18 months and still no ideas.

  • Richard Lawton 19 Jan 2015 9:56pm () in Class Blog

    My year 5 and 6s use kidblog

    Very easy to set up for a class.  A simple blog for beginners, but capable of doing a lot.

  • Richard Lawton 03 Mar 2014 9:25am () in How does your school moderate reading?

    <tumble weed blows past!>

    ...

    <Crickets chirp!>

    ...

  • Richard Lawton 16 Feb 2014 10:31pm () in How does your school moderate reading?

    Writing and Math's moderation = no worries.

    How on earth do we effectively moderate reading?  We have had staff meetings to ensure the way we conduct our reading records are standardised. What else do other schools do?

    Any suggestions much appreciated!  :-)

  • Richard Lawton 05 Nov 2012 9:54am () in The e-Learning Planning Framework - how and why to use it | NAPP Kōrero 16

    As others have already said, the introduction to the eLPF comes at a perfect time for planning next year.  We have a senior leadership team strategic planning day next week, and part of that day will involve using the framework’s five over-arching dimensions to ensure that all aspects and stakeholders are recognised and catered for.  It will help identify where we are, and where we need to go, and assist us in making informed and sustainable decisions.

    A good place for us to start, will be to look through the eLPF as a senior leadership team, and develop a strategic direction.  We will use the five dimensions rubric (p3) to self -assess where we are at as a school.   We will then follow the “self-review tool” cycle diagram, beginning at step one (Where are our students at?) before moving on to step two (where are our staff at?).  Step two is likely to be conducted at a teacher only day before the 2013 school year begins.


    Next week we will also be planning our school TAI for 2013, which is literacy based, however we will use the framework to keep in mind how we can integrate ICT in the process. 

  • Richard Lawton 05 Nov 2012 9:53am () in The e-Learning Planning Framework - how and why to use it | NAPP Kōrero 16

    First of all, participating in last week’s webinar was fantastic.  I feel I learned loads, about the framework and also the webinar process.  Thank you Karen!  I’m looking forward to joining in with more webinars soon.   

    Evidence for making decisions about where my school might be positioned on the framework will come from a range of sources including:

    Student attainment data, consultation with staff and community.  Student voice, Strategic Plan, ERO, e-learning technological capability and community links.  Software and resources available and  recent ICT staff PD.