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  • Our People

    ...provider team is focused on exciting school and kura leaders into developing ways...nd iwi-based networks, such as Manaiakalani and Kura a Iwi, is essential for succe...urt, Blended Learning Advisor Arihia Stirling, Kura-a-iwi Advisor Jean Annan, WF...

  • LwDT 1#

    ...es Inquiries / e-Learning goals Developing an inquiry cycle within your kura that all teachers use to focu...al/s. LwDT Inquiries to support achieving your targets - What are the kura targets? Possible action/s...

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  • Kia ora All enjoyed my day with te kura o whatatutu learning and creating powerpoints about their learning of Digital Citizenship..

  • Nui aku mahi ki Te Kura o Te Aho Pounamu engari koretake au mo te tutuki i ngā whāinga o tēnei mahi whakangūngū

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  • Netsafe

    Netsafe

    ...r purpose is to enable all New Zealand internet users to confidently access digital opportunities and prevent online harm. We work with schools, kura, communities, the Ministry of...

  • Te Whaitua Matihiko Mātauranga Reo Rumaki

    Te Whaitua Matihiko Mātauranga Reo Rumaki

    Tēnā koutou katoa - Welcome to the LAMS OLE Kura Cluster known as "Te Kāhui Kura o te Whaitua Matihiko"

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  • Developing Successful Digital Citizens through Online Participation

      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.   During 2010 the cluster conce...

    Tags: kura iwa, ultranet, classspace, wikispaces, Teaching As Inquiry, VoiceThread, eTime

  • 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

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