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What Does Digital Storytelling Look Like in the Classroom? Click here to read part one of the Digital Storytelling article The process of creating a digital story in the classroom follows steps similar to creating any large-scale technology project. Create Foundations Digital storytelling is a way for students to think critically and apply knowledge about […]

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Digital technology comes with great promises of “improving teaching and learning” or “revolutionising the system”, but in reality, technology seems just to be making teaching busier, more complicated and, often, less personal. Simplifying digital learning, and using technology effectively in our classrooms, comes down to three key considerations: Minimising digital distractions Encouraging digital citizenship Promoting […]

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Being Census year, statistics, data, and number crunching are front and centre in many minds. In the same way that many New Zealand government departments, organisations and groups use Census information to best provide resources and support for Aotearoa, so too should student data or assessment data be used to best improve educational outcomes for […]

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I’ve been thinking about how we, as teachers, model best practice online, and how we can explicitly teach digital literacy to our students. TTS Launchpad is an online application that can assist teaching and inquiry learning in a number of ways. Here are five ideas for getting the most out of TTS Universal‘s Launchpad. Flipped […]

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New releases at uLearn aim to further increase student engagement and provide extra functionality for teachers Press Release | Monday 2 October 2017 TTS is set to launch updates to their digital learning platform, TTS Universal, at the uLearn educator conference in Hamilton in mid-October. These releases further support individualised learning and bring in an […]

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Spring has sprung and classrooms are humming! Here are a few ideas to support your planning at the first 4 levels of the curriculum. Level 1: Spring is coming! The days are getting longer, the weather is more settled, and the natural world is waking up. Your students will be observing some of these changes, […]

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