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  • Professional Development

    Each week I run 'techie brekkies' for staff professional development in e-learning.  The sessions are 20 mins long.  Last week's session on using Google Apps was inspiring.  4 members of staff attended. After showing the basics to get started it was great to stand back and hear the...

    Tags: techie brekkie, google apps, professional development, web 2.0, tahunanui school, e-learning

  • e-Learning round-up | 6 May 2016

    Tēnā koutou, talofa lava, malo e lelei and welcome to Term 2 and the latest e-learning related pānui from across the VLN.  Thank you to those of you who took the time to complete the Enabling e-Learning Survey. The 5 winners of the $20 gift cards are Dave Stewart, Jo Maguire, Ma...

    Tags: e-learning, panui, newsletter, roundup, calendar, events, news

  • Enabling e-Learning | What's on in Term 4 2018?

      Term 4 Enabling e-Learning Calendar of Events   Tēnā koutou, talofa lava and welcome to the Enabling e-Learning calendar for Term 4. This term there's a mixture of recorded and on-going connections with educators like yourselves.  We'll continue to ...

    Tags: e-learning, calendar, events, news, online, PLD, free, term 4

  • Whanau Homework Afternoon

    On Thursday 2 June we held our Whanau Homework afternoon. This was in resopnse to the initial community consultation we held at the start of the year where the good ol' topic of homework reared it's head! A fantastic number of parents turned up and were engaged in the activities and discussion...

    Tags: community, community, whanau, whanau, homework, homework, parents, e-learning

  • Feilding Cluster Student Led Conference

    All our TeKids attended the Student Led Conference hosted by the Feilding Cluster at Lytton Street School. This was a fantastic opportunity for our children to learn some new tools and be part of a wider learning community. Two students from Terrace End also presented at this conference which gav...

    Tags: student led conference, student, learning, e-learning, conference, tekids, tech angels, technology, student conference

  • Somerset snippets

              The following are a quick snapshot of some of the e-learning being integrated throughout classes in our school; In our special needs room the T/A's have been doing some great work with our ORRS funded children and other children in their support groups. T...

    Tags: e-learning, special needs, interactive whiteboard, ict, literacy, numeracy, visual arts, music, digital photography

  • e-Learning to improve young people's chances: NZ Institute paper

    More ladders, fewer snakes - a recently released paper from the NZ Institute (Boven, Harland and Grace, 2011)(PDF) -  proposes two interventions to improve outcomes for New Zealand’s youth: accelerating the roll-out of e-learning to low decile schoolsand improving the school-to-work tr...

    Tags: e-learning, research, young people, students, oecd

  • Blogs, wikis, networked schools...Check out 'Computers in NZ Schools'

    Some great articles in the current edition of the Computers in New Zealand Schools: Learning, Teaching, Technology, 23 (2). Digital Diversity and Education: Some Philosophical Problems: John Clark - Massey University ICT for Teaching and ICT for Learning: They are not the same: Rob...

    Tags: blogs, wiki, networked_schools, e-learning, diversity, cinzs, research

  • ICT and e-learning re-visited!

    I held a staff meeting recently with the title the same as this blog post! The aims of the meeting were to give the staff time to reflect on their e-learning and ICT use this year as well as to bring it back into the forefront of their minds. Alongside this were some new ideas to have a go and tr...

    Tags: e-learning, ict, somerset

  • Blogs at Somerset

      All of our classes are now operating a class blog which is great to see. Teachers are still at varying levels of experience and confidence but they have taken the first step! We discussed at a recent staff meeting (ICT and e-learning revisited) how these can be well used within programmes...

    Tags: blogs, somerset, e-learning