Sam Hamilton

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Teacher at Matata Public School

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  • Jeanette Hinerangi Eruera Murphy

    Kia Ora Sam
    Welcome to the EBOP Connected Teachers group. If you are keen to attend our first meet and greet session, leave us an RSVP /event_calendar/view/891456/meet-and-greet-session-for-ebop-connected-teachers. Cheers:)

  • Tessa Gray

    Kia ora Sam, I just about forgot to message you and say, congratulations for all your input into online conversations of late, we wanted to acknowledge and thank you by nominating you as the Enabling e-Learning member of the week @ /blog/view/858829/e-learning-round-up-12-march-2014

    Sorry for the delay :-) Hope this ok?
    Smiles,
    Tess:-)

  • Roxy Hickman

    Kia Ora Sam,

    I would like to invite you to join the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Group
    /groups/profile/126400/universal-design-for-learning

    The UDL group is a facilitated space with a wide range of discussions and resources. You may find these interesting as I see you are a member of the group "Personalised Learning and Flexible Learning Spaces".

    Have a browse around the discussions. I suggest a great place to start is to watch the video UDL at a Glance:
    /discussion/view/820983

    I look forward to connecting online with you

    Ngā mihi nui, nā
    Roxy

    PS. What a cute bubba ;)

  • Marnel van der Spuy

    Kia ora Sam. Welcome to the Connected Rotorua Teachers group. Please feel free to use resources, share your questions and experiences in discussions. Ngā mihi nui, Marnel & Annemarie :-)

  • Tessa Gray

    Kia ora Sam, thank you for joining the 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 in this thread [/discussion/view/827581], tell us where you're from, share a photo or perhaps your mihi.

    You might also be interested in conversations about 'what makes an e-learning leader' [/discussion/view/835077]. I'm sure you have some clear ideas of your own.

    These are great ways to establish and connect a community online, so we'd love to hear from you. Ngā mihi nui, Tess :-)

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