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Check out the choices we had on the day (a 'preview is online via Google docs which ALL leads have access too but is of course 'subject to change up until the final week' e.g. Paula rearranges so that every level is catered for across every rotation). Some schools choose to print this out and share/display for staff the day before (this is totally up to individual schools).


What did the event look like?
What feedback did the event receive?
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  • Fantastic presenters. Loved Wordtoons. Thanks for sharing. Loved round 4 with Christine Limyock!
  • Good to have some more ideas. Will try Youblisher and typing games for my son.
  • Food was fab!
  • Wonderful, well organized, sites ready to share.
  • Typing session was great thanks.
  • Good variety. Nice and short. Good having handouts.
  • Excellent variety.
  • Some great ideas. Exactly the right amount of time.
  • Great ideas and sites.
  • Great quick ideas. Well organized. Nice ice creams.
  • Great hands on sessions. Great ideas, Bee Bots with Lesley from Ngongotaha.
  • Great variety of choices.
  • Good variety
  • Learning Quests was awesome thanks!
  • Great ideas, nice short bites.
  • Good ideas. Good sites. Thanks presenters!
  • Loved the quick taste testers - as a presenter and a viewer.
  • Christine Limyock - useful ideas for integration
  • What a neat poetry site Leanne thanks
  • Karen you were cool and informative!
  • More exposure to interesting websites. Great.
  • Short snappy ideas.
  • Great to see something new.
  • Just great to hear classroom teachers showing and talking.
  • Short sharp and informative. Great thanks.
  • Very informative. Thanks.
  • I always see something useful for my class. Short and Sweet!
  • Great way to share.
  • Great to have short (10 min) sharing sessions (Not too taxing at this time of the day).
  • Excellent "2 Clicks' presentation.
  • New fabulous ideas
  • Crickweb thanks! Junior ideas too!
  • Time limit too short
  • Seen some of the websites before
  • Too cold!
  • Need for a warmer gathering area
  • Maybe start quarter of an hour later so can have more time to choose or a preview of topics sent to schools
  • Very interesting! I loved both my session 1 and 2
  • Great keyboard skills learnt
  • Bee Bots are AMAZING
  • How different things are used
  • How some people use the same resource in different ways
  • Great networking with others
  • Handouts with screenshots or websites could be useful?
  • Great to catch up with people

Here's a WORDLE created from our Positive feedbackWordle,term2.png


How many attended?
91 in total
Otonga
St Mary's
Aorangi
Kawaha Point
Kaharoa
Ngongotaha
Mamaku
28
10
6
14
9
16
8

Apologies from
Junior Dept
Apologies from
Deb







Presenters: Feel Free to upload any links, resources, examples etc that you would like to share with your peers as part of our Clustershare

Round 1
Round 2
Round 3
Round 4
Paula's example
Where do I go for my personal PD?
https://twitter.com/
Give me ten minutes to convince you.
iPads in Everyday Education
This is a link to the "Scoop.it!" Magazine I have created
http://www.scoop.it/t/ipads-in-everyday-education


Otonga




St Mary's
Heather and Sylvia
Ziptales for enhancing a reading programme.
http://www.ziptales.co.nz/

David

Twitter for communication with the school community
Bevan Only2clicks - how to make your class bookmarks easy for your ch. to access.
Ngongotaha

NZ Maths
Bee Bot Down Under
You Tube Lesson Activities

Kawaha Point
Learning Quests - not just for your gifted students
ABC
Planets
WebQuests1
Roald Dahl
Inventors
Technology
Intro to Web Quests
Useful websites and You Tube Clips for a Junior Room
Big Number Song
Counting by Tens
Counting Down from Twenty
Shape Train
ICT Games
TV KIds 123
InteractiveWriting
Online Stories http://www.storylineonline.net/
Scholastic Story Starters
Kaharoa




Aorangi




Mamaku
iPads Apps for Junior Classes