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GEG NZ spotlight from the classroom

This latest GEG NZ Spotlight From the Classroom is focussed on the questions from the community. These questions have been grouped into these themes: Personalising learning Google Cardboard Using Google Plus and Google Hangouts Google Classroom An overview of and invite to the inaugural NZ Student Summit A big shout out to the guest speakers Angela Lee and Lisa Squire for their wonderful contributions. Also thanks to Nick Major for…

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Maker Culture

GEG NZ Hangout on Air – maker culture

The latest GEG NZ Hangout on Air – Maker Culture. This is our first hangout on air to involve students and we were delighted with the discussion and ideas shared. A huge thank you to Anne Batchelor, Liz Fairhall from Selwyn House School in Christchurch, as well as Bridget McKendry and her students from Fab Lab XcCH in Christchurch.
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GEG

How the design thinking process can be used in education

In this Google Educator Group NZ (GEG NZ) Hangout on Air we spotlight how the design thinking process can be used in education. Also three of our new Google Certified Teachers – Anne Batchelor, Alyx Gillett and Barbara Reid share how they are using a simple design thinking process to explore an issue they are currently facing within their educational community as well as their experience at the recent Sydney Google Teacher Academy.
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GEG Spotlight

How to use Explain Everything to accelerate literacy

I had the pleasure of helping out with the latest Google Educator Group hangout on air spotlight last week and I must say, it was inspirational stuff! Michelle George and Karen Belt from Pt England School and the Manaiakalani Trust showed us their approach to accelerating literacy learning for Year 1 students in a 1:1 environment using iPads.
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Blogging

GEG NZ second Hangout On Air – blogging spotlight

This HoA as part of the GEGNZ community had as special guests Dorothy Burt and Fiona Grant who focussed on blogging and their experiences from the Maniakalani project in Auckland. Lots and lots of really useful tips and tricks with resources and ideas to follow up on.
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