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  • Free online programmes at the Smithsonian

    ...nformation about the next live online program from the Smithsonian Institution. Join live and lively online discussions with experts, network with people around the world, discover ne...

  • Digital Citizenship at EGS

    ...irst of its kind module designed to help young people, their families and friends r...s to believe that you ra edealing with 'normal people' on the internet.  John...illians, some are looking at 'what makes great people great' and others in the seni...

  • B. I. S

    ...vealing your home address, telephone number, school name, or picture to people you meet on the Internet. Ot...or abusive is not permitted. Respect the work and ownership rights of people outside the school, as well a...

  • The Copyright Act is being amended

    .... You can read the act in full on legislation.govt.nz. The Act provides rights owners with a new method of taking enforcement action against people who infringe their copyright...

  • Nayland Primary School

    ...d work through it with the staff -it has some modern terminology such as "I will not use electronic mediums to flame, bully, harass or stalk other people." We believe the discussion w...

  • Stoke

    ...about I will ask my teacher. I will not use the Internet, email, mobile phones or any other ICT equipment to be mean, rude, or unkind about other people.   I will not tell...

  • VPLD Hot Seat October - Open Communication

    ...quo;manage’ students’ behaviour and try to make them do what we say, the more difficult it is for them to become morally sophisticated people who think for themselves and...

  • Our People

    Brian Annan (PhD), Provider Team Director Faculty of Education, University of Auckland Brian’s director role for the provider team is focused...

  • Characteristics of Adult Learners

    ...actively involved in determining how and what they will learn, and they need active, not passive, learning experiences. Adult students are mature people and prefer to be treated as s...

  • Thinking together - culturally responsive ideas for science

    ...n we can look all around the world and all through time to find out how people have understood and explained...hat temperature are they? How can you find out?  What do you think people in the past noticed about the...