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  • Karen Porritt

    Karen teaches a Year 3/4 class at St Andrews School. The children are becoming very independent. They like to problem solve themselves and love teaching others new skills.

    Tags: St Andrews School, Karen Porritt, Year 3/4, E-pals, kids emailing,

  • Teaching as Inquiry - Using E-pals to Improve Student Achievement in Written Language. Reflective Summary - St Andrews School

    School Type St Andrews is a rural school, of approximately 108 students, situated 10 minutes south of Timaru. There are 5 multi-levelled classrooms from New Entrant to Year Eight. Cluster We are part of the Aoraki Rural Cluster which includes 10 other schools from South Canterbury. We are fini...

    Tags: Aoraki Rural Cluster, reflective summary, e-mailing, Year 3-4, Karen Porritt, St Andrews school, Family and Whanau involvement, E-Pals

  • Reflective Summary Teaching as Inquiry - Using e-learning to improve achievement in writing

    School type Sacred Heart is a Catholic Full Primary school, in Timaru, with a roll of 170 students, and a decile rating of 5.  There are 7 multi-levelled classrooms from New Entrant to Year Eight.  Cluster Sacred Heart is a member of the Aoraki Rural Cluster, along with 10 other scho...

    Tags: Aoraki Rural Cluster, reflective summary, E-Pals, e-mailing, Year 7-8, Sacred Heart Timaru, Family and Whanau involvement, blogsht