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  • Lisa Maniapoto 06 Oct 2014 10:59pm () in Collaborative Planning - What does it look like on screen?

    Kia ora Tracey,

    Would love some help with the planning side of it all...love to have a look and get some ideas..

    lisajlove44@gmail.com

    Thanks so much

    Lisa

  • Lisa Maniapoto 02 Oct 2014 8:58pm () in Collaborative Planning - What does it look like on screen?

    Kia ora Mandi, hey thanks for the feedback, sounds exciting in your class and I like the way that you guys have organised your learners, so they are independent - awesome.  Like you 'grab a group' idea, good way in including those target learners. Thanks for much for sharing with us, and I know that it takes time to think through it all, plan for it all to happen, especially with Year 0-1's - kia ora koutou! 

  • Lisa Maniapoto 29 Sep 2014 8:58pm () in Collaborative Planning - What does it look like on screen?

    Kia ora Mandi, we are a small school and we are keen to do more collaborative teaching together. I suppose we have questions around the actual organisation of the literacy time - what does that actually look like in your hub. Do you have individual type plans for your learners, do you run workshops, targetted learners. I love the idea of your brain dump book - thats a good idea. How do the children organise themselves...we havent been to visit any schools yet but have spoken to teachers, would like to see it in action. I realise that everyone approaches it differently...our challenge would be a more multi-levelled, Y3- Y7...with 3 teachers, but only 50 kids - so yes a wide range. This term, two of us are working together with 26 children (years 5-7) , just exploring how it could work - but most importantly developing our plan. So yes any hot tips or ideas - be appreciated. And we have a 100 year old room, but love our space, lots of character, high ceilings, open flow, great porches - made of solid native wood. I swap for anything...we are very creative too (as most teachers are) to make it work for the kids...cheers!