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  • Game Mechamics

    ...randomness → uncertainty pacing → game-pacing progression → progress → score (points, rankings), virtual currency (money, transactions), reward system (badges,...

  • Sacred Heart Timaru

     Sacred Heart teachers' evidence for Milestone 6. Teaching as Inquiry Focus: How can we use ICT tools, strategies and thinking in our teaching and learning to improve student achievement in writing?   Sacred Heart ICT Strategic Plan 2011 - 2012

  • Pleasant Point Primary

    "Teaching as Inquiry" Focus: How can we use ICT tools, strategies and thinking in our teaching and learning to improve student achievement in Writing? PPPSActionPlan

  • Information for exiting clusters 2009 - 2011 group

    ...er is expected to submit full details of income and expenditure. The financial records are expected to be itemised - not just totals but a full transaction report. You are expected...

  • Literacy, numeracy, e-Learning and YOU

    ...govt.nz/tools_and_services/services/schools_corner/activities/interactive-games.aspx Maths Games for Kids - http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/gamesactivities/math.html Tessa Gra...

  • Professional Learning Groups - 2012

    Professional learning groups remain an integral part of teaching at Sacred Heart and are the feature I-Connect and eLearning components but also feture other content that often comp...

  • Students as Learning Advisers - 2012

    ...lead teachers and facilitator John Phelps. Plans have been formulated within each school about how they are going to start the programme. Sacred Heart: 2 x students from e...

  • Making your own eBooks

    ...will enjoy.  They can then share their findings with other students or the class as part of their oral language development, or as part of transactional writing, design their o...

  • Ten Trend: Cultural narratives

    ...e New Zealand context, a cultural narrative recognises the histories of and by mana whenua (tribes who have territorial authority over land), their sacred places, their interactions...