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Thursday, November 21, 2013
Literacy Online Update - 17 October 2013
Kia ora tātou,
Here we are in the first week of term four already. I hope you have all had a restful break and are settling back into school.
Niue Language Week
runs from October 13-19 with the theme,Leveki mo e fakaaoga e Vagahau Niue – Treasure and use the Niue Language.
During the holidays I presented at a conference.
The main messages I took away from the conference are:
Make learning fun and engage all learners on a journey of challenge and discovery;
We are in a hyperconnected era where our learners come in only knowing a connected world. Our role will be to
assist learners to solve the harder problems that they or peers can’t solve themselves.
Connect - share - learn - do
is a cycle of learning which is lifelong!
Even if you were unable to attend the conference, you are able to connect and learn via the
There are some great links, thoughts and reflections linked from the tweets.
In the Blended e-Learning Literacy group on the vln Mary-Anne Murphy has shared information on
Check out the latest
e-Learning Round-Up 16 October 2013
NZCER is running free interactive sessions on PAT: Punctuation and Grammar across NZ early in November
Reading Recovery New Zealand has opened Tutor training applications for 2014.
or check out the
This blogpost could be useful to stimulate ideas for reading
There is a wonderful new addition to the literacy shed! Check out the
! How could you use this shed to support alphabet learning?
Have a fabulous term.
Ngā mihi nui
Literacy Online Facilitator
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