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  • Getting Good with Google

    Tags: Google, GAFE

  • The Google Discovery Day

    This event will showcase Google Apps For Education and show you how Google Apps supports the latest research on intrinsic motivation with students. You will learn some great skills and leave with ideas for how you can use these tools in your classroom and school.

    Tags: Google, GAFE

  • Google groups sync with Kamar

    Tags: Google, Kamar, GAFE

  • You Tube Free to use Music Channel

    You Tube have introduced a free to use music channel- great for music for your on line slideshows and such like

    Tags: Chromebook, Google, You Tube, Chrome

  • Sam Hocking

    Principal at Twyford School in Hastings.  E-Learning leader. SOLE enthusiast.   SOLO Taxonomy User. Future Learning Focused.

    Tags: S.O.L.E., Solo Taxonomy, e-Learning, Google, ePortfolios, Blogging, Inquiry Learning

  • Workshop resources (2014)

    The inaugural CMA E-Learning in Maths workshop on Thursday 23rd October, 2014, was a resounding success. Over 80 teachers from around Canterbury - including as far afield as Hurunui, Ashburton and Amuri Area School - came together to learn and connect.  Here are the resources and presenta...

    Tags: maths, mathematics, CMA, #NZmathsICT, Geogebra, OneNote, BYOD, assessment, Google, e-learning

  • Danella Smallridge


    Tags: New Entrants, Inquiry Leader, ICT Team, Creativity, Movie Making, Activboard, Ipads, PCs, Google, MLE, & Individualizing Learning.

  • Google literacy support extensions and apps

    To add Google extensions and apps go to the Chrome Web Store (‘Windows’ tab - ‘Extensions’ - scroll down to web store).   The extensions work from within your Chrome web browser (look at the top right hand side of your toolbar) and apps are found in your app lau...

    Tags: Google, extensions, apps, wordQ, thoughtQ, grammarly, Read&Write, Read & Write, readability, ginger, speakit, cowriter

  • CS-First Storytelling

    At Waihi East Primary School we have started running a Google Computer Science First (Google CS First) after school club twice a week beginning in early May 2015. Google have set up themes to help promote the teaching of programming (using Scratch) to students aged 9-14 years, for our clubs start...

    Tags: programming, CS-First, Google