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  • Barbara Reid

    Kia ora Diane. Welcome to the Hamilton Connected Teachers group. We look forward to the sharing of practice, and making connections virtually and face to face.

  • Tessa Gray

    Kia ora Diane, thank you for joining the Central North | Leading Effective e-Learning group. It is envisioned that these groups will become a central hub for a community of like-minded educators - focused on growing e-learning leadership, to impact change for our priority learners.

    You might like to take a few moments to introduce yourself, tell us where you're from, share a photo or perhaps your mihi in this thread [/discussion/view/827581]. This is a great way to establish and connect a community online, so we'd love to hear from you. Ngā mihi nui, Tess :-)

  • Barbara Reid

    Hi Diane. Welcome to the Quadblogging Aotearoa Group. Please feel free to offer suggestions and contribute to the discussions. And please spread the word.

  • Anaru White

    Kia ora Diane
    Nau mai ki te rōpū Blended e-Learning for Māori and Pasifika Learners.
    Ngā mihi

  • Barbara Reid

    Hi Diane. Welcome to the Connecting Home and School group.

  • Karen Spencer

    Many thanks for your recent post in the inquiry thread - really liked the quotes from JR:-) Cheers! K

  • Annemarie Hyde

    It's high schools that i'd like as I have some connections for intermediate. Ann is a high school teacher.

  • Annemarie Hyde

    Hi Diane - I'm coming to the CORE breakfast this Thursday with my cofacilitator from Rotorua Lakes High and thought we'd look at some schools in Hamilton re blended elearning, esp in literacy, BYOD, anything truly exciting - and wondered if you had good ideas about who would be receptive at relatively short notice?

  • Sam Cunnane

    There are a couple of new postings on the Curriculum Integration Project blog that you might be interested by - http://curriculumintegrationproject.blogspot.co.nz/

  • Diane Mills

    What a great story - ownership, perseverance, grit, independence, resourcefulness, critical thinking and problem solving are all tied up in that. A worthwhile moment for you I am sure and vindicates what you are doing.

  • Sam Cunnane

    Thanks Diane. It's great to have your support for the project. Here's a positive story, to balance out some of the challenges I've reported: One of our students worked solidly from the time she got home from school til about 10pm figuring out (independently, using web tutorials and help pages etc) how to transfer the magazine domain name from one host to another that she and her team had identified as more suitable. When I told her how proud I was of her perseverance with this she commented that she had surprised herself with her ability to push through the frustration and accomplish her goal. Did anyone say 'front end of the curriculum in action'?!

  • Kate Fuller

    Cheers Diane !!! You spotted it within nano seconds!!

  • Enabling e-Learning

    Great comment on the EduCamp thread, Diane:-) Thanks for taking the time to pop by! Karen

  • dakinane

    Diane. Have just set them up and have now sent out invitations to staff to become members. Please send a request and I will make you a member too.

  • Kathy Paterson

    HI

    Should be set up now. Plan to meet with Hillcrest this week and will go it with them.