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  • It Takes Time to Nurture Great Blooms

    I learned a lesson today. I helped a teacher learn a task on his laptop and realised that I'd forgotten what it's like to be right at the start. The embarrassment about not knowing, the difficulty of asking someone who can do it, the obvious hard work trying to remember the steps...indeed, I need...

    Tags: elearning, mentoring, mokoiaintermediate, rotorualakescluster

  • Milestone 4

    Finally completed the draft and I've posted it off to Anne S - phew! Thanks to Ann E who allowed us to use her journey as the example in the reflective summary.  This is now posted as a resource.

    Tags: milestone 4, rotorualakescluster, rotorua lakes high school, whangamarino, mokoiaintermediate, rangitahi

  • Why I Like Blogging!

    Rachel, a teacher of a year 8 digital class,  just rushed into my office and said, "This is why I like blogging.  Taine just asked, 'Has Lorna updated her blog yet? I don't understand that last question so I thought I'd see how she responded to it.'"

    Tags: blogging, blogging, literacy, feedback, mokoiaintermediate, rotorua lakes cluster

  • Uploading the template for Milestone 5 and pages for linking evidence

    You'll see that tonight I've uploaded the template as a Google Doc as per trevor's advice.  I've sent links to principals and lead teachers and the idea is that we see what each other writes. Trevor too, is able to see our progress and give us advice as we work. I've made pages for each of...

    Tags: milestone 5, rotorualakescluster, mokoiaintermediate, whangamarino, rotorua lakes high school, rangitahi

  • Finding our resources

    I am saving my own school's resources to my school's sub-group; that is, to Mokoia Intermediate.  There will be links in the Milestone to these resources.  I will either have links or resources on the Rotorua Lakes Cluster wiki too - http://rotorua-lakes-cluster.wikispaces.com/ - as we'...

    Tags: mokoiaintermediate, milestones, milestone 4, resources

  • A flower bud?

    A small success on Friday...our music teacher commented how easy it was to control the YouTube videos on his laptop which I had downloaded to help him with school wide singing. Up to now, he has stated a preference for CDs and OHPs. He wants me to teach him how to download the videos - so he can ...

    Tags: rotorualakescluster, mokoiaintermediate, reflection, blended elearning

  • Creative Commons sites

    I wrote on the Enabling E_Learning - Teaching area: /discussion/view/691802

    Tags: mokoiaintermediate, rotorualakescluster, digitalcitizenship, cybersafety, creative commons

  • Webinars

    I booked three for the same time - one on iUGO, an online planner; one on Teaching as Inquiry and one on Digital Citizenship...choices to be made! Jenni is going to look at the planning application, I'll do Teacher Inquiries and I'll grab the video of the other webinar.

    Tags: webinars, professional reflections, professional development, mokoiaintermediate, rotorualakescluster

  • Teaching As Inquiry

    Just attended an interesting webinar with Christina Ward. She went through the Teaching as Inquiry structure from NZC. Hazel Owen has also blogged on this so I'll add a link to her blog post. It's worth reading as it is far more thorough than my comment here. /pg/blog/read/201859/teaching-as-inq...

    Tags: teaching as inquiry, mokoiaintermediate, rotorualakescluster, webinars

  • Jenni's reflection on our Teaching as Inquiry journey so far

    Tags: rotorualakescluster, mokoiaintermediate, reflection, teaching as inquiry