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  • Adopting ePortfolios For All Cluster Members

    Year level - PrimaryCluster Type - Traditional ICT PD Cluster Context - School progress towards achieving Goal 3 National Goal Teachers to integrate e-learning effectively into their practice creating an innovative and exciting learning environment for all students Cluster Goals  Teac...

    Tags: ePortfolio, reflective summary, ictpd, Digital Daze, primary, intermediate, professional eportfolios, myportfolio, Knowledgenet, Powerpoint, spike@school,

  • 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 ...

    Tags: reflective summary, Windows Movie Maker, Powerpoint, digital picture book

  • Using Keynote, Powerpoint or Google Slides/Presentation to make non linear presentations in writing

    Keynote, Powerpoint and Google Slides/Presentation don't just have to be used for making presentations. They are great tools to engage reluctant writers - they see themselves as making a slideshow rather than "doing writing" and that drops many of the barriers. Watch this video o...

    Tags: writing, literacy, e-learning, Powerpoint, Keynote, Pick-a-path stories, hyperlinking

  • Animation Workshop at Hokowhitu

    As a staff we attended workshops in animation.  We split into two groups, one group did animating powerpoint and the other group did 'I can animate'. In the 'I can animate' session we made a short animation using an ipod with some simple staging and farm animals.  We learnt that this wa...

    Tags: animation, powerpoint

  • Engaging students in Writing

    Using Keynote, Powerpoint or Google Slides to make non-linear presentations in writing Keynote and Powerpoint don't just have to be used for making presentations.  They are great tools to engage reluctant writers.Watch this video of Jill Hammonds working with a group of year 5 & ...

    Tags: writing, engagement, etherpad, storybird, powerpoint, keynote, pick-a-path

  • Talking books in Microsoft PowerPoint

    By creating your own talking books you can create relevant personalised content in any language. This is huge because engagement is so important for learning. As kiwis we want to see our own stories with NZ content, kiwi accents, te reo and cultural relevance. The video below shows a lovely e...

    Tags: Talking books, powerpoint, photo album, ebook