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  • Ashhurst School's Techie Breckies

    Cluster Goal 3 Teachers and students use ICTs capably, creatively and considerately within authentic learning experiences resulting in higher levels of student The context Starting in Term One of 2011, Ashhurst School introduced ‘Techie Breckies'. These are small weekly sessions tha...

    Tags: Te Apiti ICT Cluster, just in time, sharing, collaboration, confidence, skills, teachers

  • North Street School's Techsperts

    Cluster Goal 1 Students are capable, creative and ethical users of ICT who use critical thinking to participate in a range of authentic learning experiences. Cluster Goal 2 Strong leadership of eLearning The context Today's school students are what Prensky (2001) calls "digital natives"- o...

    Tags: Te Apiti ICT Cluster, students, modelling, elearning, change, leadership,

  • A Reflective Summary: Engaging, Creating, Interacting through eLearning

    The context The Te Apiti ICT Cluster is comprised of six Manawatu schools (four of which are Y 1 - 8) and 105 teachers.  We are in our second year and have a 2011 focus on ‘creativity'. The focus The Te Apiti ICT Cluster's initiatives and progress in developing: Successful digita...

    Tags: Te Apiti ICT Cluster, reflective summary, elearning, national goals, primary, ictpd, ict pd, . tag_names:subjects: reflective summary, elearning, leadership, scaffolding, teaching as inquiry, te apiti ict cluster

  • Te Apiti ICT Cluster

    Te Apiti ICT Cluster

    Located in the Manawatu, New Zealand and comprised of 6 schools, Te Apiti is a 2010 - 2012 ICT professional development cluster.  Our schools are: Russell Street, Roslyn, Riverdale, Ashhurst, North Street and Halcombe. Director: David ReardonFacilitator: Lyn Ross    

    Tags: ict, cluster, manawatu, new zealand, learning, education, elearning, te apiti ict cluster, leadership

  • Te Apiti ICT Cluster Professional Learning Day

    A day of professional learning and collegial interaction featuring Derek Wenmoth & Mark Osborne

    Tags: elearning, creativity, te apiti ict cluster, professional learning