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Rachel Chisnall May 15
Interesting thought - with lots of people in a school staff, teaching can still be a pretty lonely place. How do we change that
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Paula Hay Apr 3
Kia ora! Today I have had the pleasure of spending time with the staff & students at He Huarahi Tamariki, where I am proud to be the new TiC/principal as of term2. Boom! Back to school!
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Andrew Murray May 18
A visionary leader is clear about what he or she believes and knows is best for students.
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Melanie De. May 15
Today is support staff day - we recognise our vital, yet underpaid & most vulnerable, colleagues in schools: * office staff * teacher aides/learning assistants * librarians * science techs * sports co-ordinators * "tea ladies" And so many more roles.
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Paula Hay May 3
First week done. Am glad to report that both myself and my lego women scientists are settling in well.
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Karyn Gray Apr 25
At we have just discovered that NZ teacher TELA laptop bags have their own laptop jacket. Who knew?
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Paula Hay Apr 29
beautiful powhiri today at He Huarahi Tamariki, esp with my mates to hand me over. AND Mr Hay to tautoku me in my new role. Exciting!
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Ximena May 18
Made these Te Reo interactive resources using Google Slides. Make a copy and have fun!
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Helen Haine Nov 7
Quote of the day - Chris Hipkins on Radio NZ. National Standards was a hoax - it was neither national nor standard.
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Charlotte Lucas 13h
my first tweet @milainkila
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Steve Mouldey May 8
Graeme Aitken at : The development of Teaching as Inquiry was intended as an approach to practice, basis for discussion and collaboration. It was not intended to be a solitary endeavour
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Nick Brierley Apr 27
I feel like meeting Bret McKenzie in Wellington is on par with meeting Paul Hogan in Australia? It made the trip!
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David R. Pollard Mar 24
Good morning ! See you in less than 5 hours to explore with our team! 👨‍🚀👩‍🚀🌍☘
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SaveOurSchoolsNZ May 3
I have parents' evening next week and I'm so glad National Standards are gone so I don't have to label children. Instead we can focus on what they know and what their next specific goals are.
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The Write Gang May 14
Primary pupils working for purpose. We can't make enough projects for this Head, he always wants more!
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Netsafe NZ May 14
The new Netsafe Kit for educators is coming! Sign up to be the first to know about the new Kit & for tips on how to improve online safety at your school:
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Allanah King  ADE May 2
Using technology to support writing this morning.
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Paula Hay May 15
Fabulous day visiting another TPU (teen parent unit) Titiro Whakamua. Thanks for having me visit your whare, and all the advice.
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Ed Strafford 2h
Hopefully schools in the region are aware of the event and other @twnz18 goodness!
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Karen Spencer Apr 16
“...one student explained the problems of using the Internet in the classroom: “You can have a brief conversation on Facebook during a math class and, when you look up again, the blackboard is covered with symbols and numbers”. Interesting and familiar.
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