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TRCC Ako-e 15/07/2014

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Last updated by Moana Timoko

15/07/2014


TRCC Ako-e

9.00

10.30am
  • Para manawa 
11.00am
 
12.30
  • Kai

1.30

3.00
  • Para manawa
3.30
5.00
  • Te hononga: TKI - Patariki
Links to presentations from 14/07/2014
 
Te hononga: Haumaru ā-Ipurangi - Wharehoka Wano
 
Te hononga: Whakaaturanga I-pae - Te Mihinga Komene


Te Virtual Learning Network

 

The aim is to have every TRCC Ako-e participant registered on the Virtual Learning Network.

Think of this space as:

  • Our main virtual platform  
  • A resource bank to access and share resources
  • A space to add whakaaro, pātai, kōrero

 

Paperwork1

 

He aha ngā painga o te VLN?

 

Nā Tessa Gray tēnei POW TOON i hanga.

Tessa Gray has created an awesome POW TOON about the 'whats' and 'hows' of using the Virtual Learning Network - Check it out here: 

 

Why use this space?

 

Utilising Te Rangitukutuku - The MMeLPF

A positioning tool that allows you and/or your kura to plan towards building or improving e-capability and e-capacity.

This tool will be explored in more depth in the afternoon sessions.

GOOGLE DOC TASK 1

Te hononga: MMeLPF - Have you used it?

This is a quick task to show us your response to the above question.  

You can not access the document below - you have to click on the link above.

We will all be able to view your responses below - all entries will appear when this page is refreshed.

GOOGLE DOC TASK 2

Te hononga: Whanake Ngaiotanga

This is another quick task - to position yourself on part of the Māori Medium e-Learning Planning Framework (MMeLPF).  Click on the link above - 'Whanake Ngaiotanga' - and position where you are at by typing your name in the yellow boxes of each table.

You can not access the document below - you have to click on the link above.

The VLN is a professional learning network, a professional learning community - where you can participate in professional learning activities.  In your own time, at your own pace & it's available 24/7.

We will all be able to view your responses below - all entries will appear when this page is refreshed.

 

Already a VLN user?

 

How are you currently using/utilising the VLN?

Contribute to the discussion post here:

Te hononga:  PD in PJs or what?


Not yet a user?

 

You need to register to add any contributions to this space.

This is a short screen recording showing and explaining how to register for the Virtual Learning Network.  

Tips to remember:

  • Use your real name for your Display name - Allow viewers to make a virtual connection with you.
  • Use a school email address that ends with '.school.nz' to allow faster access to the Virtual Learning Network.  It is ok to use any email address but there will be a wait process to accept your registration.
  • You will be notified by email about two things - confirming your email address and acceptance.
  • Please ask for help if you need it

 

VLN Registration from Moana Timoko on Vimeo.

 

Easy steps to join the VLN


VIMEO Video Recordings by Karen Melhuish

1.  Register here– www.vln.school.nz

The registration process may take 24 hours if you do not use a school email address - Contact can be made with the VLN Help team to avoid registration delays - help@vln.school.nz.

2.  Set up your professional profile - 


 

3.  Find, join & create useful groups


 

 

4.  Tailor your dashboard


 

5.  Set up/review your notifications


 

6.  Connect [‘friend’] - build your network


 

7.  Contribute.  Share.  Ask.  Reflect.  Learn.  HAVE A TUTU!!!!

Virtual Learning Network Whakaaro, Pātai, Kōrero:


Add any whakaaro, pātai, kōrero here:   Whakaaro, Pātai, Kōrero