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  • LEARNZ Fieldtrip

    Reading is more than just a subject area generally scheduled during the morning session.  Reading is a means of accessing the curriculum, and as such needs to include reading within each of the curriculum areas to extend a student's subject specific vocabulary and understanding of text. &nbs...

    Tags: reading, comprehension, decoding, analysis, interpretation of text, inference, research, reading skills, e-Learning, curriculum

  • A rich tiriti-led curriculum

    Kia ora koutou, hope you’ve had a restful and inspiring break over summer.  The weather has continued to delight in the sunny Bay of Plenty, I hope it's been shining in your rohe as well. Tenei tau (this year) sees a lot of school and kura revisit and reimagine their locali...

    Tags: tiriti, waitangi, curriculum, design, equity

  • Design thinking and curriculum design

    Kia ora tatou, Technology is a process-driven curricula, so Kiatakatū ā-Matihiko has produced an iterative model (right) that reflects the design thinking phases (EMPATHISE > DEFINE > IDEATE > PROTOTYPE > FEEDBACK) that fits well with the new Digital Technology areas of t...

    Tags: design, thinking, technology, curriculum, iterative, student, inquiry, mash-up

  • Citizenship education: fostering young people’s agency

    Tags: Connected educator, CEM, citizenship, curriculum, teaching and learning

  • Discussing Pam Hook's latest primary curriculum resource: “Everyone is a road user”

    Tags: curriculum, pedagogy, primary, Pam Hook, road safety, key competencies

  • Teaching as Inquiry in the NZ Curriculum

    Introduction Why focus on inquiry and on Māori and Pasifika student achievement? How were these materials generated? What do these materials consist of and how might you use them? Reflective questions Teaching as inquiry Overview | The focusing ...

    Tags: NZC, curriculum, New Zealand Curriculum

  • Integrating computational thinking into other learning areas

    Sometimes it can be tricky making sense of the new Digital Technologies content, learning new terminology and finding ways for this to 'fit' naturally into our curriculum. For example, some questions emerging from year 9/10 teachers include: Are we expected to integrate CTDT in ou...

    Tags: curriculum, integration, computational, thinking, ideas, contexts, secondary, school, year, 9, 10

  • Get your Virtual Registrations in Now!

    Virtual is pretty real for us at the Virtual Learning Network Primary School, so we need you to get your skates on, talk to your students and get their registrations into Ginette  right now. A reminder that as we are part of the ALLiS Project - there is no cost attached to some of our p...

    Tags: online learning, virtual learning, flexible learning, access, equity, student voice, curriculum, extension, languag3es

  • Design thinking and curriculum design

    Kia ora tatou, Technology is a process-driven curricula, so Kiatakatū ā-Matihiko has produced an iterative model (right) that reflects the design thinking phases (EMPATHISE > DEFINE > IDEATE > PROTOTYPE > FEEDBACK) that fits well with the new Digital Technology areas of t...

    Tags: design, thinking, technology, curriculum, iterative, student, inquiry, mash-up

  • Postponed calendar event

     LIVE WEBINAR: Innovation in your school, 3.45 - 4.15pm 7th September.  Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances this event has now been postponed until another date is set with the guest presenters in Term 4. All registered participants will be notified via email. Again, we ar...

    Tags: education, gaming, rachel bolstad, nzcer, resources, curriculum, design, future