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From game users to game creators, we'll explore games for learning and games to transform learning for now and the future. Links will be made to the new Digital Technologies | Hangarau Matihiko curriculum. This discussion will be hosted in the Technologies group.Find out more »
In this discussion we have a challenge/wero for you - to add one image, slide or a 30 sec video into a shared resource showcasing what innovation in learning looks like to you. More to come...This discussion will be hosted in the Teaching group.Find out more »
Anzac Day, observed on 25 April every year, commemorates all New Zealanders killed in war and also honours returned servicemen and women. Our events page includes classroom activities, resources, school stories, and links to texts in the Instructional Series to help your students develop understandings around this important national day. More information »Find out more »
Each May, New Zealand music is showcased as part of New Zealand Music Month. New Zealand Music Month has been developed to support the New Zealand music industry by creating a commercially successful platform for local performers. Music month provides the perfect opportunity to highlight New Zealand music and support students' musical talents at your school. This resource page is packed with ideas on how you can celebrate New Zealand Music Month with your students and communities. More information »Find out more »
This year, New Zealand Sign Language Week is being held between 7 and 13 May. This year’s NZSL Week theme is ‘NZSL is for Everyone’. NZSL Week raises awareness of New Zealand’s Deaf community and provides a platform for Deaf people to proudly promote their language and culture. Use the resources on this page to celebrate New Zealand Sign Language week in your classroom. New Zealand Sign Language week »Find out more »
Bullying-Free NZ Week 2018 starts on Monday 14 May and ends on Friday 18 May. This year’s theme is "Let’s talk about it" which encourages talk about bullying prevention within school communities. Schools that encourage respect, celebrate difference, and promote positive relationships make it difficult for bullying behaviour to be tolerated. Our events page includes resources, ideas, and stories to help students, staff, parents, whānau, trustees, and communities work together to create a positive school culture and prevent bullying behaviour.…Find out more »