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Emma Watts

Check out the Whakatu Cluster Film Festival 2011 www.kidscanfilm.blogspot.com....and make a comment. thanks


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Twitter username: @emmerw - https://twitter.com/emmerw

About me

Kia ora! I'm the Lead E-Learning Teacher at Upper Moutere School.  I have been teaching for nearly 12 years.  I trained in London and worked for 8 years in the heart of the East End where I was a Lead Literacy Teacher.  I have been leading e-learning for 4 years in NZ.  I am passionate about using e-learning 'tools' to encourage students to be independent and creative learners.  E-learning gives communities opportunities to connect, communicate, collaborate, customize and create. I was awarded an eFellowship in 2013.

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  • BecPower

    Welcome to the Collaborate: Connect, Learn, Participate and Create Group lovely lady! Would you be so kind to add a discussion and blurb about FIO?

  • Tessa Gray

    Kia ora Emma and welcome to the Digital Citizenship group. Good to have you on board. Your expertise and skills in this area, will be most valuable.

    You might also be interested in a webinar we ran this year on Digital citizenship - using inquiry to build digital citizenship [/groupcms/view/187012/webinar-recordings]

    In the meantime, please feel free to jump in, add your own resources, ask a question or contribute to the collaborative projects on offer.

    Looking forward to working with you online again. Ngā mihi nui, nā Tessa.

  • Enabling e-Learning

    Haere mai and welcome to Enabling e-Learning, Emma. Good to have you on board - and great to meet you at #lats12. I hope you enjoy the weekly e-learning round-up on the blog [/pg/blog/owner/group:118255]. Looking forward to working with you this year!
    Ngā mihi nui, nā Karen Melhuish

  • Emma Watts

    new school...new class...new blog - http://r4umo2012.blogspot.co.nz/ we'd love some messages!

  • Tessa Gray

    Kia ora Emma, we have created some community badges (/pg/groupcms/view/231460/) that show recognition to those who have actively participated in the Enabling e-Learning community groups this year.

    Please feel free to download the badges that best represent how you have engaged on the EE groups - for example, "Member of the week". This can be uploaded to your profile page or any other online presence you have.

    Again, thank you for your thoughtful contributions. Ngā mihi mō te Kirihimete and see you online in 2012!

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