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  • Te Manawa Pou 12 Sep 2011 9:24am () in Responses to 'Te tuawhitu o ngā wiki - Week 7 (Toi te Ako)'

    This is where you can respond to the mahi for 'Te tuawhitu o ngā wiki - Week 7 (Toi te Ako)', this is your subgroup's 'group discussion', if you are in the subgroup 'Te Waipounamu'.

    This aspect of the weekly content provides the opportunity for you to reflect on your professional learning and this is where we encourage you to reflect on any new or consolidated learning.  This might be a result of the weekly content, a teaching moment, a student comment or question, or almost anything really!  Each week, we ask participants to post a reflective comment in the subgroup they belong to and / or respond to a comment someone else has made.

    Your post might include something you have tried this week, something new you have learned, something that you already knew that you now view differently, how you have applied any new learning in your classroom practice, a comparison or a contrast to an aspect of this week's mahi, what your students are learning this week, a reaction from students to what they're learning, or anything at all you feel compelled to share with the network of Te Manawa Pou.

    Click and type in the 'Post a comment' box to post a comment.

    Or click 'Reply' below someone else's comment to respond to what someone else has posted.

  • Te Manawa Pou 12 Sep 2011 9:23am () in Responses to 'Te tuawhitu o ngā wiki - Week 7 (Toi te Ako)'

    This is where you can respond to the mahi for 'Te tuawhitu o ngā wiki - Week 7 (Toi te Ako)', this is your subgroup's 'group discussion', if you are in the subgroup 'Te Ika ā Māui'.

    This aspect of the weekly content provides the opportunity for you to reflect on your professional learning and this is where we encourage you to reflect on any new or consolidated learning.  This might be a result of the weekly content, a teaching moment, a student comment or question, or almost anything really!  Each week, we ask participants to post a reflective comment in the subgroup they belong to and / or respond to a comment someone else has made.

    Your post might include something you have tried this week, something new you have learned, something that you already knew that you now view differently, how you have applied any new learning in your classroom practice, a comparison or a contrast to an aspect of this week's mahi, what your students are learning this week, a reaction from students to what they're learning, or anything at all you feel compelled to share with the network of Te Manawa Pou.

    Click and type in the 'Post a comment' box to post a comment.

    Or click 'Reply' below someone else's comment to respond to what someone else has posted.