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Whānau Survey on Writing Practices in the Home

Yesterday we held our student-led IDP meetings at school and I took this opportunity to survey parents on their writing practices at home. I asked whānau the following questions:  602 more words

Standard 2: Professional Learning/Akoranga Ngaiotanga

Simple Tool Hall of Fame #sol18

Simple Tool Hall of Fame #sol18

Elementary Literacy Edition  Part 1

March 22, 2018

In our age of media peddled teacher tools and instagram worthy sights,  I rely on a few simple tools to get me through the day. 322 more words

Augusta, ME First Amendment Museum Preparing to Launch National Curriculum from Vero Beach, FL.

First Amendment Museum, Augusta, Maine

On Wednesday evening, March 14, 2018 at the Vero Beach, FL Quail Valley River Club, First Amendment Museum president Genie Gannett and Executive Director Rebecca Lazure presented invited guests with their plans on how they will be using Vero Beach as a springboard to launch the curriculum they are developing on a national basis. 1,120 more words

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Exploring early literacy in the lives of children with disabilities Literacy data published by UNESCO displays that since 1950, the adult literacy rate at the world level has increased by 5 percentage points every decade on average 34 EDUCATIONAL LE ADE RSHIP / MARCH 2015 Paul C. 480 more words


In the Garden - Rabbits

This week we moved onto talking about things that can live in the garden and we had a look at rabbits.  Firstly, we read the book “The Tale of Peter Rabbit” by Beatrice Potter ( 92 more words

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In the Garden - Eggs

A few weeks ago, we spoke about birds making nests and laying eggs in them.  We picked up the topic of eggs once again and this time spoke about all types of animals that lay eggs.  368 more words

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