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  • Vision day

    Today is the day! After 6 months planning we have finally come to D-day or V-day (Vision day). So far so good. Good quality keynote speakers & lots of positive feedback from teachers re workshops they have attended. Mat, Dean & Paul are doing a fantastic job to keep the network going and ...

    Tags: vision day, whangarei, ictpd, elearning

  • VLN Community Research

      Last month some of our Taranaki VLN Primary schools hosted Canadian researcher Michael Barbour. Michael is on sabbatical from Wayne State University in Detroit and has been sponsored by DEANZ (Distance Education Association NZ) and Core Education to research the VLN Community....

    Tags: vln_primary, vlnc, elearning, distance education, research

  • Computers in NZ Schools - Virtual Schooling Column

    Thanks to Michael Barbour for drawing my attention to this. Check out Computers in NZ Schools (CINZ). There are several links to articles from our publications page. Every issue will have a column about Virtual Schooling in NZ. Here is an excerpt from Niki Davis first column: "This virtual scho...

    Tags: cinz, virtual learning, vlnc, elearning

  • Students Share Their Experiences

    Matapu students shared their experiences of being an online learner with visiting Principals from the Taihape area. Well done boys, it isn't easy even for adults to speak in public! The students talked about the different classes they attended, why they enjoyed their classes, how they used their...

    Tags: vln_primary, students, elearning, virtual learning

  • eLearning on the VLN: A weekly spotlight

    Haven't got time to trawl the VLN for e-learning goodness? I've done it for you:-)   Community member of the week Each week we'll profile someone who has made valuable contributions to the community. This week, it's....   Emma Watts Emma is the Lead E-Learning Teacher at Tahunanui...

    Tags: elearning, vln, update

  • TeKids - Week 7

    I wasn't able to attend the TeKids session this week, but our students did.  I was really impressed with what they have achieved today.  They have shown that they do have the skills, and I believe these have developed from them leading our own school TeKids upskilling.  They used a...

    Tags: inquiry learning, elearning, web 2.0

  • VLN - Reflection for Staff Meeting

    We have decided to take time out of our staff meetings to reflect and celebrate what is happening in our classrooms.  This can be checked out in our AOKteacher group blog /pg/groups/52477/aokteachers/

    Tags: reflection, elearning, inquiry learning

  • Integrating traditional literacy with elearning...

    We are currently doing an Inquiry into native N.Z. animals.  At the moment we are looking at the kiwi.  We have combined traditional methods such as questioning using books, writing a mini report, using our 'White Hat' for facts and think, peer, share to build our own knowledge and unde...

    Tags: integrated, elearning, juniors, information literacy

  • Five Year Old's Reflecting on Their Learning

    Eighteen months ago we began blogging for the first time.  We bumbled our way through the first six months, finding our feet.  We had a clear vision of what we wanted this to look like.  Our Senior students took ownership of their blog from the beginning and this was the hope for a...

    Tags: juniors, elearning, blogging, comments

  • eLearning Round-up | 4 July 2011

    Haven't got time to trawl the VLN for eLearning goodness? I've done it for you:-)   eMember of the week Each week we'll profile someone who has made valuable contributions to our eLearning community. This week, it's.... Rachel Boyd: DP (eLearning) & Classroom teacher (Year 2's) from...

    Tags: ipad, s4l, vln_primary, social media, digital story, google apps, elearning