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  • And We're Off!

    Starting a group for teachers interested in improving their elearning pedagogy is something I've been thinking about for a long time. Rotorua has had a number of ict pd clusters - RELLCO, RCICT, Town and Country and Rotorua Lakes - which have come to an end, it and would seem, so has the momentu...

    Tags: Connected Rotorua, Rotorua, blended elearning, Central North, Mokoia Intermediate

  • Tweeting & Blogging at Connected Rotorua meeting

    The theme for our fifth Connected Rotorua meeting was Tweeting & Blogging. The evening started with Alex, sharing her "The Twittersphere - How do I get involved" presentation. She explained what twitter is and why you should use twitter as an educator.  To help people get started on t...

    Tags: Connected Rotorua, Tweeting and Blogging, Meeting #5

  • Last meeting for 2014 - 'Binary Code'

    We kicked of our last meeting with Sara, talking to us about Excel Rotorua and how we as Connected Rotorua teachers can connect with them.  We are really excited to be able to be part of this project.   We also had some 'nibbles' to get the conversation going...  ...

    Tags: Connected Rotorua, Central North, Coding, Excel Rotorua

  • 'RTC Ready'

    Connected Rotorua had a great start to the year with Shaun sharing his knowledge on how to manage evidence for the Registered Teacher Criteria. He shared these Registered Teacher Criteria (RTC) Reference Sites New Zealand Teachers Council Registered Teacher Criteria TK...

    Tags: Connected Rotorua, Central North, RTC Ready

  • Sandpit with Google Classroom

    What a fantastic turn out for our session on using Google Classroom as a structure to support Future Focused Learning, with staff from nine out of the twenty Ngā Pūmanawa e Waru schools attending.   Hancine and I came prepared with our presentation sl...

    Tags: Ngā Pūmanawa e Waru, Connected Rotorua

  • It's All About Connecting - #connectedrotorua

    We want these meetings to meet needs and wants. Twitter was suggested at the last meeting, so Twitter it was! (And I don't need to be asked twice.) I think it's the MOST important arena for teachers to build their personal learning networks.  I've said it before - here's my post on being&nb...

    Tags: connected Rotorua, meeting 5, Tweeting and Blogging, Westbrook School