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

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

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

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

Te Ika Unahi Nui is a marae-based wānanga (learning programme) that was developed and trialled with students from Coastal Taranaki School at Puniho Pā, Tarawainuku marae in Okato, Taranaki. 

Tags: Distance learning | Home-school partnership | Tikanga Māori |

The COVID19 pandemic in 2020 meant that schools had to adapt quickly to students learning from home. At rural Newbury School, 5km from Palmerston North, this challenge presented new opportunities for teachers to engage with their students and community using technologies. 

Tags: Distance learning | Home-school partnership | Communication | Primary |

Cobden School successfully used digital technologies to build on student learning during New Zealand’s COVID-19 lockdown.

Tags: Distance learning | Home-school partnership | Communication | Primary |

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