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  • Online Support for Students in Christchurch

      Following on from the tragedy of Christchurch comes the growing concern for more than 10,000 students and their learning. For some, this means moving schools or le...

  • Free online programmes at the Smithsonian

    Dear Education Professional: We are pleased to pass on this information about the next live online program from the Smithsonian Institution. Join live and lively online disc...

  • Curriculum at Enner Glynn School

    Here is our over-arching framework for 2011...   This framework encompasses our School’s ‘Learning Lenses’ and is linked closely to the Science, S...

  • Papanui

    We have written an on-line course on Digital Citizenship that all students will complete. Years 9 and 10 have been timetabled into a computer lab for 5 periods in a week. On...

  • B. I. S

    The school has provided computers for use by students, offering access to a vast amount of information for use in studies, acting like an enormous extension to the school li...

  • Stoke

    Stoke School Cybersafety Use Agreement acceptable Use Policy For Primary Students 2011 Draft . Instructions for parents*/caregivers/legal guardians Please re...

  • Expressions of interest for the VPLD 2012

    A reminder that expressions of interest for the VPLD 2012 intake close this coming Monday 12 pm 31st October: The Virtual Professional Learning Development programme (VPLD)...

  • Resources/research on BYOD

    Here are some resources I've found about BYOD or 1:1 computing.  They aren't in any particular order.  Please feel free to add resources and to comment on them.&nb...

  • "What is Science" Workshop

    This is a pdf of the "What is science' workshop.  Joy and Chrissie ran it to inspire some consideration of providing for all learning needs - let's face it - we all hav...

  • What if...

    WormsWhat if worms were a meter long?  Imagine trying to get that on your fishing hook?  Well - in NZ we do have worms that long!   The Science Learning Hub h...