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  • Te Apiti ICT Cluster ICT Lead Teacher Workshop

    Our first ICT Lead Teacher workshop for 2011 is on this Wednesday (16th Feb) at Russell Street School.  The morning officially starts at 9am, however please arrive by 8.40 so we have time for intros and a news catch-up.   This year, the cluster will provide a nice morning tea, b...

    Tags: ict, ict, teaching, learning, leadership, vln, te apiti

  • 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

  • Formative Roadmap: The eLearning Capability Framework

    Image by hazelowendmc via Flickr Ross Alexander, who has had a wide range of roles in education over the years including teacher and deputy principal, has wide experience of ICT enhanced learning and teaching. On 12th July 2011 Ross facilitated a session online around the eLearning Capability Fr...

    Tags: elpf, "elearning planning framework", roadmap, elearning, ross alexander, online teaching and learning, methods and theories, ict, distance learning

  • 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

  • Student Voice

    The TeKids at Terrace End have made significant progress in both their confidence and skill in using a variety of ICT tools to enhance their learning. In fact, several of these students are now actively using them to complete homework tasks and add them to their page on our class wiki: http:...

    Tags: student voice, tekids, tech angels, ict, thinking, graphic organisers

  • Beyond the experts

    It has been incredibly rewarding watching our TeKids grow and develop as leaders and thinkers within both the Cluster and our school. However, the trick is in not just having a few holding all the knowledge, but being able to infuse this across the school. At present, this has been highly success...

    Tags: ict, digital citizenship, leadership, students, learners, tekids

  • Should Boards of Trustees have a minimum ICT standard when employing staff?

    Recently a colleague and I noticed a post on a mailing list that was quite adamant that BoT's should no longer employ people who cannot "do ICT" in the classroom. Our conversation then turned to two questions. What ICT skills should schools look for in new staff? And, should there be a minimum IC...

    Tags: leadership, recruitment, teachers, skills, enabling elearning, ict

  • Call for papers - Computers in New Zealand Schools - Innovative practices and future possibilities

    Thanks Niki from DEANZ for sharing this: Call for papers for a special issue of Computers in New Zealand Schools (http://education2x.otago.ac.nz/cinzs/ )  Assessment and ICTs: Innovative practices and future possibilities Guest Editors: Elaine Khoo and Bronwen Cowie (Univer...

    Tags: computers in nz schools, cinz, research, elearning, assessment, ict

  • Guest blog: Maths in a digital world

    I’m a 4th-year Maths teacher from Middleton Grange School in Christchurch. I’m particularly passionate about using ICT effectively and innovatively in mathematics. In November 2011, the Canterbury Mathematical Association and the New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO sponsored...

    Tags: maths, conference, ict, e-learning

  • Mid year Inquiry, Thinking and ICT update

    It has been great visiting classes and holding discussions lately based around our use of ICT and the development of Inquiry Learning within our school. Good dialogue occurred after recent Kath Murdoch PD about the use of student voice and choice as an area we need to develop. Some of the followi...

    Tags: Somerset, e-learning, ICT, Inquiry, student voice, thinking, graphic organisers