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  • Engaging Family and Whanau

    In gathering evidence for Milestone 4. The Malvern ICTPD cluster have decided to post evidence of ways that they have managed to engage Family and Whanau using an online tool. The examples will range from Social Networking (Facebook and Twitter) to use of Blogs, Wikis and other external Web 2 to...

    Tags: web 2.0, engaging whanau, family, online learning,

  • Engaging Families and Whanau in their Children's Learning

    The Context The Kura Iwa ICT cluster, is made up of nine Canterbury Schools – Bamford, Bromley, Christchurch East, Linwood Intermediate, Ouruhia, St Albans Catholic, St Anne’s, St Mary’s and Tai Tapu, with eTime facilitating their ICTPD programme. At the end of 2010 each schoo...

    Tags: families and whanau, kura iwa, vln_primary, teaching as inquiry, engaging whanau, Ultranet, social media

  • Engaging with tamariki and the wider Māori community - Establishing partnerships

    Tags: engaging whanau, partnerships, maori students, student voice

  • Engaging our Communities - Supporting our Learners

    Engaging with our school communities and strengthening home/school connections are important in all schools for the support of our learners and this is no less the case for the VLN Primary students. It is great to have our school communities not only informed but actively involved in our stu...

    Tags: vln_primary, community, connected, engaging whanau, family and whanau involvement

  • Frimley School - Engaging Parents and Whanau

    The move to engaging the parent/whanau community with their own children's learning through digital media has been a process which has evolved over the last three years. We still have some way to go before it becomes ubiquitous but as a school we are well on the road. This story documents that pr...

    Tags: engaging whanau, blogs, e-portfolio, Goal 4,

  • Engaging Family/ Whānau, Building Communities

    Year level: Whole School Cluster type: The Port Hills Cluster is an ICT PD group consisting of five schools in Christchurch. We consist of two Intermediate schools and three primary schools, of which two are in the port community of Lyttelton. Context: Engaging Whanau, Building Communities w...