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  • Steve Dunsmore uploaded the resource Kaipaki Reflective Summary
    Kaipaki Infrastructure learnings from sdunsmore   What have you changed? Enabled infrastructure at the school. There is no chance of encouraging teachers to develop their pedagogy if they  are constant frustrations with basic...
  • Ops – our ict journey 2010 2012 from Catriona Chrystall
  • Andrea van Tol commented on a bookmark Reflective summaries
            Hauturu School Hauturu School is a small rural school that sits on the West Coast of Kawhia. We have come to end of our 3 year involvement with the King Country Coast ICTPD Cluster. We look forward to...
  • Our School: Ngutunui Enviro School is a small rural school in the heart of the Waikato.  We have now come to the end of our three year involvement in the King Country Coast ICT PD Cluster. Our Vision for our Students: Through carefully...
  • An interesting presentation of what you're doing with digital citizenship. I'm interested in your observed "disparities between cyber-safety understandings between home and school". What are the disparities? My guess is that your...
  •   Goal 1:In 2011 Pirongia School had begun to gather some evidence about what the children’s views were on Digital Citizenship. Small groups of children from years 4 – 8 were surveyed. The results indicated that the students did...
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    • Nigelf

      An interesting presentation of what you're doing with digital citizenship. I'm interested in your observed "disparities between cyber-safety understandings between home and school". What are the disparities? My guess is that your school is stricter on cyber-safety than homes are. I'm also wondering whether this is actually a "disparity of understaning" on the part of parents, who may be very aware of cybersafety issues, or whether it is simply the' fact' that schools are responsible to parents for cyber-safety, but parents are not responsible to schools. Is itschool  accountability that is actually the difference?

      I'm keen to see how your T4 survey goes.

  • Karen Care uploaded the resource Hangatiki School's ICT learning Journey
      The biggest shift we have made is our attitude towards the use of ICT for educational purposes, both as a school and as a community. It was needed in order to make learning more accessible and specific to students needs. We learnt alot...
  • Wendy uploaded the resource Pirongia School's Reflective Summary
    Pirongia School’s ICT Journey with Digital Citizenship Who are we? We are a decile 9 school twenty minutes south of Hamilton. We have approximately 300 children and a dedicated and hard working staff. We have been involved in the King...
  • Barbara Reid uploaded the resource Piri Piri School's Reflections
      Piri Piri School – Our Digital Citizens   Piri Piri is a Decile 4, sole charge rural school with 13 students.   The focus was for students, staff and community members to share and reflect on the progress made in creating...
  • Barbara Reid bookmarked Reflective summaries
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    • Andrea van Tol

              Hauturu School

      Hauturu School is a small rural school that sits on the West Coast of Kawhia. We have come to end of our 3 year involvement with the King Country Coast ICTPD Cluster. We look forward to continuing our development by keeping and maintaining the ICT integration of teaching and learning within our school.

      Aim 2: In a collaborative, cooperative learning environment, Hauturu School will strive for excellence in learning and teaching.

      Strategic Aim 2          Annual Aim 2            ICT Purchase & Hardware            Updated User Agreements

      Hauturu School ICT Strategic Aim 2                  Annual Aim 2                              Hardware Purchase 2012-1013                                  New User Agreement

      Sustainability Planning and ThinkingICT Sustainability Planning 2012

      Our Vision for our Students:

      1. Students to become successful digital citizens

      2. Principals to lead the integration of e-learning in their schools (strategic and operational)

      In a collaborative, cooperative learning environment, Hauturu School will strive for excellence in learning and teaching.

      Our Journey:

      Hauturu Primary School Reflective Summary - Our 3 year Journey in PPT

      Hauturu School PPT A 3year Journey

      Goals

      3. Teachers to integrate e-learning effectively into their practice creating an innovative and exciting learning environment for all students

      Hauturu School Term 4 Inquiry Unit Plan

      Hauturu School T4 Inquiry Unit Plan

      4. Family and whānau to actively participate in their child’s learning

      Currently under construction and review are;

      •  student personal e-mail addresses, to be able to communicate freely with whanau about their learning
      • e-portfolio construction
      • e-TAP staff using SMS to it's fullest potential (planning and assessment)

      Future Focus

  • Barbara Reid published a blog post Learning Communities Online
    Learning Communities Online A printable copy of the handbook is available to download. This is intended as a reference for school leaders, BOTs and other parties to use, and has been designed to be incorporated into a folder into which...
  • Barbara Reid bookmarked Cluster Blogs
    You can find and connect with class blogs here. There are also blogging tips and tricks.
  • Barbara Reid published a blog post Uploading reflective summaries to the VLN
    Link to this page and watch the video on how to upload your summaries.
  • Barbara Reid published a blog post VLN Resources
    Check out the resources here  VLN Resources
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  • How to upload an ICT PD online reflective summary This area provides some support to clusters on how to upload their online professional summaries into the VLN. Two mock-up examples of reflective summaries can be can be viewed...
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