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  • Effective Leadership Strategies

    BackgroundThe CCC Cluster consists of thirteen schools from country schools of 25 children to a city school of nearly 500.  The Principal's leadership role in each school is varied. They have a vast amount of experience in teaching, school management and leadership of their teaching team.&n...

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  • Teaching as Inquiry - Using E-pals to Improve Student Achievement in Written Language. Reflective Summary - St Andrews School

    School Type St Andrews is a rural school, of approximately 108 students, situated 10 minutes south of Timaru. There are 5 multi-levelled classrooms from New Entrant to Year Eight. Cluster We are part of the Aoraki Rural Cluster which includes 10 other schools from South Canterbury. We are fini...

    Tags: Aoraki Rural Cluster, reflective summary, e-mailing, Year 3-4, Karen Porritt, St Andrews school, Family and Whanau involvement, E-Pals. tag_names:subjects: reflective summary

  • “Boys as Successful Writers”

    Level: Year 7 Maori Boys at Paeroa Central School Context: Written and oral language - writing and presenting their stories as sound bites at the NGA IWI FM radio station in Paeroa. Intentions and links to classroom practice: The literacy intervention programme (through the MOE) is designed fo...

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  • Sustaining Distributive Leadership

    Video Links of Lead Teachers Sharing Reflection on Leadership This video shows two lead teachers discussing how the professional development and tour of other schools has impacted on them as leaders. They also discuss how this transfers to getting alongside their teachers and de...

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  • Cannington School - Reflective Summary - Using e-learning to improve Student Achievement in Written Language

    School Type Cannington School is a small rural school 25 minutes from Timaru.  We have two multi level classrooms. We have a roll of 29. Cluster Cannington is a part of the Aoraki Rural Cluster.  Every school in the cluster has identified a “Teaching as Inquiry” focus.&nb...

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  • Developing Digital Citizens (Reflective Summary)

    Reflective Summary - Milestone 5 Developing Digital Citizens Background and Context Year level: Years 9-13 Cluster type: Single School Cluster Context: Large Decile 9 Girls Secondary School Research model used:Teaching as Inquiry Aims and purpose The aim of the following interventions w...

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  • Reflective Summary - Using e-learning to enhance student motivation in Written Language

    School Type Winchester Rural School is a growing rural school 5 minutes north of Temuka catering for New Entrant to Year 6 students. We have had 5 multi-level classrooms throughout 2011 and have just expanded into a sixth classroom for Term 4. Our current roll is approximately 132. Cluster ...

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  • Re-thinking RE achievement standard for year 12 using ICT

    The RE Dept at Baradene is currently re-thinking the assesment criteria for one of its achievement standards. One option is to give the students the choice of assessment that best fits their learning style. One of the options is going to be ICt based. We have a meeting this Friday to di...

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  • Teacher and Student e-Portfolios at Parkvale School 2011

    Cluster Goal 1Students will be capable users of ICT's and will be aware of safe practices when using the Internet and digital resources. Students will have opportunities to connect, collaborate and create. Cluster Goal 3Teachers will plan for e-learning integration. Teachers will use Web 2.0 too...

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  • So here's my best idea for athletics.(long jump)

    Long Jump Split your class into 3 groups. Have 1 group with you and 2 groups playing FLY. Then rotate. After the lesson you can find similarities between the two activities, compare techniques etc. How to play FLY. Set 10* sticks (wickets, skipping ropes etc) out so that the look abit like a ...

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