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  • Wanganui Intermediate School

    Wanganui Intermediate School

    We are a large staff teaching as an awesome team.  We now have a place to meet online and share our learning, insights and fears. 

  • EBE cluster

    EBE cluster

    Eastern Block e-learning - Willowbank School, Point View School,. Somerville Intermediate School. Our facilitator is Jacqui Sharp.

  • Ms Izuno's eLearning group

    Ms Izuno's eLearning group

    This is a Ms Izuno's eLearning course group.

  • Getting started on the VLN

    Getting started on the VLN

      Just arrived and not sure where to go now? Top 6 steps for getting started: 1.  Build your profile so we can get to know each other. Setting up your profile from Enabling...

  • iTeam Tauranga

    iTeam Tauranga

    2010-2012 ICTPD Cluster based in Tauranga City. Schools involved- Tauranga Primary, Greenpark School and Tauranga Intermediate.

  • Whakatu Schools

    Whakatu Schools

    This is the group area for the Whakatu Schools' eLearning Cluster in Nelson.

  • Coalface Learning Community

    Coalface Learning Community

    @ The Coalface We are a group of 70 teachers representing 8 schools in the Waikato region; Huntly Primary, Kimihia, Whitikahu, Orini, Tauhei, Tahuna, St Joseph's Morrinsville and Morrinsville Intermediate. We're here to share  - and to gather insight  and ideas  from like minded colleagues.

  • Matamata DistrICT Cluster

    Matamata DistrICT Cluster

    The Matamata DistrICT Cluster is based in the East Waikato and is made up of primary and intermediate schools in and around Matamata. Matamata is a thriving and progressive New Zealand rural town an...

  • Tauranga Intermediate
  • Genius Cafe National

    Genius Cafe National

    This is the genius cafe group on the VLN... The 'Genius Cafe' is an initiative started by the Whakatu Schools eLearning Cluster. It is an evolving learning opportunity based on the premise that; '... none of us is as smart as all of us...' (thanks Sir Ken Robinson)