• Tessa Gray

      CORE: Establishing a Digital Citizenship Programme in your School | Wellington in the group Face-to-face workshops | Enabling you

      Confident, connected, digital citizens is something we all aspire to develop in our schools and kura. The challenge is often understanding what this can actually look like in practice. In this very practical workshop we will explore what the key components of digital citizenship actually are and ...

      Tags: digital, technologies, fluency, curriculum, resources, ideas, computational

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      • Tessa Gray

        Integrating computational thinking into other learning areas in the group Digital Technologies| Hangarau Matihiko Curriculum

        Sometimes it can be tricky making sense of the new Digital Technologies content, learning new terminology and finding ways for this to 'fit' naturally into our curriculum. For example, some questions emerging from year 9/10 teachers include: Are we expected to integrate CTDT in ou...

        Tags: curriculum, integration, computational, thinking, ideas, contexts, secondary, school, year, 9, 10

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        • Tessa Gray

          One tip a week in the group edSpace Help

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          Tags: top, tip, user, technical, support, ideas, navigation, edSpace, help

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          • Tessa Gray

            On a roll with Spheros in the group Digital Technologies| Hangarau Matihiko Curriculum

            Programmable robots like Spheros, can have a lot of potential in the classroom. Here’s how some mini lessons played out yesterday, in a primary school setting. Resources: Introduction and 'how to' videos: directional programming  light/sound, loops Spheros ...

            Tags: sphero, education, ideas, problem, solving, creativity, lesson

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            • Tessa Gray

              Collaborative teaching online in the group He Kohinga Rauemi Tautoko - Support Resources for Schools, Kura and EY Centres

              I attended a webinar on flipped learning this week with Heath Chittenden (principal of Ashhurst Primary), where he talked about how; his clever team of teachers were creating online content to share across the year levels in their school. I'm just thinking about all the teachers ...

              Tags: distance, learning, teaching, collaboration, ideas, content, creation, communication


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              Kia ora and welcome to Upsize my reo. A place for us all to practice, extend and grow our te reo...

              • edSpace

                edSpace: Tell us what you want to see more of? in the group edSpace Help

                edSpace is your community; a place to ask questions, connect with others, share you work, learning, resources and more. We invite you to fill in the quick survey (below) and provide us with some valuable feedback about how edSpace can work better for you. Loading... We'll coll...

                Tags: survey, community, feedback, requests, ideas, wants, needs

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                • Tessa Gray

                  What is an authentic learning context? in the group Future focused education

                  Help needed please >>> In a constructivist model of learning, we talk about Play Based learning, Project-Based learning, Passion projects,  Student-based inquiry, STEAM, STEM, Makerspace...we even talk about, In an authentic context with end users in mind...(Digital Technologies...

                  Tags: student-based, inquiry, project, passion, ideas, authentic, contexts, STEM, STEAM, Makerspace

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                  • CORE Education

                    Create Classroom Environments to Support Wellbeing and Engagement (Wellington) in the group Face-to-face workshops | Enabling you

                    As classroom teachers and educators we are increasingly aware of the impact of emotions and wellbeing on learning. This workshop will include both theoretical and practical ideas. The focus will be on understanding wellbeing from the teacher/adult perspective and how ultimately this can and does ...

                    Tags: wellbeing, teaching, ideas, science, seminar

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