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St Mary’s Catholic School in Tauranga trialled a system of online reporting that supported student self assessment, and increased parents’ understanding and involvement in formative assessment.

Tags: Assessment | Effective pedagogy | English | Multimedia – graphics/animation | Multimedia – video | Primary | Upper primary |

Students at Cornwall Park District School became reflective learners by using Learning Journals in KnowledgeNet.

Tags: Assessment | Cross-curricular | English | Learning management systems (LMS) | Lower primary | Primary |

Students at Sunnybrae Normal School used Kid Pix and iMovie to record and share experiences, ideas, and information during an inquiry about kiwi conservation.

Tags: English | Science | Multimedia – graphics/animation | Multimedia – video | Lower primary | Primary |

Students at Sunnybrae Normal School in Auckland improved their literacy skills, and explored connections between oral, written, and visual language by creating digital texts.

Tags: English | Multimedia – graphics/animation | Multimedia – video | Presentation | Lower primary | Primary |

Students at Tauranga Primary School used iPads to consolidate their knowledge base, and reinforce learning intentions.

Tags: English | Mathematics and statistics | 1-1 Digital technologies | BYOD | iPads | Lower primary | Primary |

Students at Onehunga-Cuthbert Kindergarten in Auckland improved their storytelling by producing and sharing their stories with the help of animation software.

Tags: English | Multimedia – graphics/animation | Multimedia – video | Lower primary | Primary |

Students at Point England School in Auckland demonstrated their understanding of inventions through digital animation.

Tags: Effective pedagogy | Technology | Multimedia – audio/music/sound | Multimedia – graphics/animation | Presentation | Primary | Upper primary |

Students with special learning needs improved their communication skills during circle time through the use of a 2Touch interactive whiteboard.

Tags: Diverse learners | Effective pedagogy | English | Assistive technologies | Interactive displays | Lower primary | Lower secondary | Middle primary | Primary | Secondary | Upper primary | Upper secondary |

Students at Ashburton Netherby School used ICT technologies to share aspects of their learning.

Tags: Assessment | Social sciences | Communication | Multimedia – audio/music/sound | Presentation | Lower primary | Primary |

Students at Ashburton Netherby School used information and communication technologies to support an inquiry focused approach to learning.

Tags: Effective pedagogy | Social sciences | Student inquiry | Multimedia – graphics/animation | Presentation | Lower primary | Primary |

Students at Hinuera School in Matamata used Blogger and Scribd to support inquiry focused learning.

Tags: Effective pedagogy | Social sciences | Student inquiry | Blogging | Publishing | Social media | Primary | Upper primary |

Students at Ashburton Intermediate in Christchurch developed an understanding of subject specific vocabulary through the use of online flashcards.

Tags: Diverse learners | English | Science | Utilities/tools/gadgets | Primary | Upper primary |

Students at Firth Primary School in Matamata developed fluency and confidence in te reo Māori using Photo Booth.

Tags: Learning languages | Multimedia – video | Middle primary | Primary | Upper primary |

Students at St Pius X School in Auckland improved their literacy skills and their perceptions of themselves as learners through blogging.

Tags: Effective pedagogy | English | Blogging | Social media | Primary | Upper primary |

Students from Melville Intermediate School used Blogger to share their development of te reo Māori and receive feedback.

Tags: English | Learning languages | Blogging | Social media | Primary | Upper primary |

Students from Melville Intermediate prepared and learnt their individual mihi in te reo Māori, then created videos to share their learning using Movie Maker.

Tags: English | Learning languages | Multimedia – video | Primary | Upper primary |

Switch it! Maker 2 and Choose it! Maker 2 were used to help a non-verbal, high needs student make activity choices with a single press head-switch.

Tags: Cross-curricular | Diverse learners | Assistive technologies | Utilities/tools/gadgets | Lower primary | Lower secondary | Middle primary | Primary | Secondary | Upper primary | Upper secondary |

Students at Kaipara Flats School used mobile devices to help develop their information processing and analysis skills.

Tags: Effective pedagogy | English | Student inquiry | 1-1 Digital technologies | BYOD | iPads | Primary | Upper primary |

Students from Melville Intermediate helped students from neighbouring Broadlands Primary School prepare and learn a short mihi using Skype.

Tags: English | Learning languages | Collaborative tools | Communication | Primary | Upper primary |

Students at Buckland’s Beach Intermediate created and presented engaging picture books for younger students using the dual-screen player in Viddix, along with other online resources.

Tags: English | Multimedia – graphics/animation | Multimedia – video | Primary | Upper primary |

Students from Ashburton Intermediate used mindmapping technologies to prepare and manage the organisation of their report writing.

Tags: Effective pedagogy | English | Interactive/thinking tools | Primary | Upper primary |

Student ownership of learning at Fairfield Intermediate School in Hamilton was supported through MyPortfolio.

Tags: Assessment | Mathematics and statistics | e-Portfolios | Primary | Upper primary |

Students at Stanley Avenue School in Te Aroha were empowered to take increased responsibility for developing their personal fitness using the utility application SportyPal.

Tags: Health and physical education | Mathematics and statistics | Utilities/tools/gadgets | Primary | Upper primary |

The processes and progress of learning were effectively documented in e-portfolios at Bucklands Beach Intermediate School.

Tags: Assessment | Cross-curricular | Effective pedagogy | e-Portfolios | GAFE | Primary | Upper primary |

Students at Somerville Intermediate School enhanced the presentation of their work about virtues using YouTube.

Tags: Social sciences | Multimedia – video | Primary | Upper primary |

Students at Somerville Intermediate School explored complex musical theory and created sophisticated musical compositions using GarageBand.

Tags: The Arts | Multimedia – audio/music/sound | Primary | Upper primary |

Students at Weymouth Primary School in Auckland deepened their understanding of mathematical strategies through YouTube.

Tags: Mathematics and statistics | Multimedia – video | Primary | Upper primary |

Students at Panmure Bridge School in Auckland improved their problem solving skills and mathematical knowledge through the use of Google Forms.

Tags: Assessment | Effective pedagogy | Mathematics and statistics | GAFE | Primary | Upper primary |

Students at Somerville Intermediate School developed their own dance tracks for their morning exercise programme using GarageBand.

Tags: Health and physical education | The Arts | Multimedia – audio/music/sound | Primary | Upper primary |

Students from Bayswater School created a video slideshow chronicling events in a school-wide inquiry using Animoto.

Tags: English | Multimedia – graphics/animation | Multimedia – video | Presentation | Middle primary | Primary | Upper primary |

Students used software to support formative assessment in mathematics.

Tags: Assessment | Mathematics and statistics | Utilities/tools/gadgets | Primary | Upper primary |

With a vision for improving literacy learning outcomes, Houghton Valley School trialed Hapara Teacher Dashboard and Google Apps with their senior classes over 12 months.

Tags: Diverse learners | Effective pedagogy | English | Student inquiry | Teacher inquiry | GAFE | Learning management systems (LMS) | Primary | Upper primary |

Fendalton Open Air School teachers collected and analysed a range of data to enhance their writing programme and engage learners. 

Tags: English | Teacher inquiry | Collaborative tools | Communication | Multimedia – video | Presentation | Primary |

Year one students at Lyttleton School share their learning through digital stories, which provide students, teachers, parents, and whānau with a common language to discuss relating to others and managing self.   

Tags: Teacher inquiry | Communication | Lower primary | Primary |

South New Brighton School teacher, Kurt Soares developed a collaborative modern learning and teaching space with his year 3-4 students.

Tags: Innovative learning environment | Teacher inquiry | BYOD | Middle primary | Primary |

Porirua East schools: Cannons Creek, Windley, and Holy Family conducted an inquiry to understand and enhance impacts on learning among target students in 2015 and 2016.

Tags: Teacher inquiry | Collaborative tools | Primary |

Roydvale and Wairakei primary schools inquired into ways of helping students gain ownership over their learning. They used Timperly, Halbert and Kaser’s (2014) Spirals of Inquiry as a framework for their inquiry.

Tags: Teacher inquiry | Collaborative tools | Primary |

The year 7 and 8 teaching team at Marshland School establish a makerspace to increase engagement and enable successful learning for priority learners.

Tags: Innovative learning environment | Teacher inquiry | Collaborative tools | Primary |

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