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    • Tessa Gray

      CENZ: Enabling e-Learning forum: Assessment in a digital age in the group CENZ Connected Educator New Zealand

      ENABLING E-LEARNING FORUM: Assessment in a digital age, 26 May - 26 June Authentic, project-based learning and collaboration are growing trends in education - all for good reason. But what about assessment for learning? What does this look like for both primary and secondary in a digital age? ...

      Tags: assessment, digital, curriculum, cols, collaboration, data, sharing, tools, online, forum

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      • Tessa Gray

        Examples of DDDO in action in the group Digital Technologies| Hangarau Matihiko Curriculum

        Kia ora koutou, here's some examples (Piktochart infographic) to enjoy viewing over the coming long break. Do you have more to showcase or show off and add to this resource bank? We'd love to see more added below . Simply join this group, Digital Technologies| Hangarau Matihiko ...

        Tags: sharing, examples, dddo, designing, developing, digital, outcomes

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        • CORE Education

          Assessment for learning: using Seesaw (beginner) in the group Online Programmes: Empowering You

          Learning outcomes By the end of this webinar, you will have: become familiar with using Seesaw to empower students to demonstrate and share their learning explored ways to make learning visible and provide an authentic audience know how to communicate effectively with whānau. Wh...

          Tags: seesaw, classroom, practice, audience, parents, sharing, learning, e-Portfolio

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          • CORE Education

            Assessment for learning: using Seesaw (advanced) in the group Online Programmes: Empowering You

            Learning outcomes By the end of this webinar, you will have: become familiar with using Activities Resources learnt how to create your own Activities to suit learners understood how assessments are organised, documented and show growth explored ways in which to use Seesaw as a co...

            Tags: seesaw, classroom, practice, audience, parents, sharing, learning, e-Portfolio, activities, advanced

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            • Tessa Gray

              Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko Super Meetups in a region near you in the group Digital Technologies| Hangarau Matihiko Curriculum

              Still growing your own or other's knowledge about digital technologies content in the NZC? Then check out these free Huinga Hihiko / Super Meetups hosted by Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko (National Digital Readiness Programme) in a region near you. Feel free to pass these on or ask any questions ...

              Tags: kiatakatu, meet up, resources, sharing, community

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              • CORE Education

                Friday 3 April updates in the group He Kohinga Rauemi Tautoko - Support Resources for Schools, Kura and EY Centres

                Kia ora e te whānau, we hope this update sees you well. Our international friend and mentor, Wesley Fryer has published a blog, 3 Ways to Become a More Connected Educator During the COVID-19 Crisis. He writes, As we grapple as teachers with how to maintain wellness and self-care...

                Tags: resource, sharing, Covid-19, groups, join, invite, updates, blog, CORE

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              • Collaboration and professional learning
                Collaboration and professional learning

                As we know education is a complex task, teaching is not an isolated activity and problems of...

                • Tessa Gray

                  After uLearn17: Keep the conversations going in the group uLearn discussion group

                  In the spirit of keeping the uLearn17 'vibes, messages, new learning' alive, why not: Find a buddy (friend, colleague) anyone motivated about the same kinds of things in education as you, and share the uLearn blogs, discussions, Twitter feeds, Facebook and soon to be pub...

                  Tags: post, ulearn, conference, national, action, conversations, resource, sharing, reflections

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                  • James Hopkins

                    Online get together? in the group Play Based Learning

                    Just gauging opinion. Would people be interested in coming together in the online space to share practice, strategies and any other resources? Would a Google Site or similar with embedded folders be of use? Teachmeet is a great model that currently sees teachers come together F2F or in a Googl...

                    Tags: play based learning, strategies, sharing

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                    • James Hopkins

                      Grow Waitaha: Learning Through Play (Halswell School) in the group Play Based Learning

                      Grow Waitaha is a fantastic resource and project, running across the Canterbury region. They have a fantastic focus video on supporting Learner Agency through play with a great video. This page os well worth exploring as you begin to reflect at the end fo the year.  http://www.growwaitaha...

                      Tags: play based learning, strategies, sharing

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                    • Friday 3 April updates
                      Kia ora e te whānau, we hope this update sees you well. Our international friend and mentor, Wesley Fryer has published a blog, 3 Ways to Become a More Connected Educator During the COVID-19 Crisis. He writes, As we grapple as teachers with how to maintain wellness and self-care...
                    • Day 6: Level 4 PLD support for schools
                      Kia ora e te whānau, Day 6, Level 4: We hope you've all settled into a new routine and finding moments for yourselves and well as juggling a new work-life balance. We're thinking of you during this time as we self-isolate alongside you (from home). As you know, the government...
                    • He waka eke noa
                      We're all in this together. Day 2: We know you'll be taking the time to look after yourselves, your whānau and giving yourselves time to settle in. Some of you will also be thinking about exploring ways to make learning achievable for you as kaikao and achievable for your ākonga and...