Wednesday, 22 November 2017

Level 1 success story


Eden James completed a Level 1 course over a weekend. An example of how ubiquitous rewindable learning is invaluable for those students who leave work till the last minute

Thursday, 28 September 2017

Google Level 1 exam



Passed my Level 1 google exam yesterday. Two sections. The 1st section is multi-choice. In the second section, they create you a temporary google account and there are scenarios to work through. It covers the entire range of GAFE

I found it a real challenge. You must gain 80% to pass and I must have just sneaked in. I learnt a lot from completing the units and the exam and would recommend it to any teacher using GAFE

Sunday, 24 September 2017

Using the quiz function in the new google forms

I can't get enough of the quiz function in google forms. It makes it so easy to get assessment data and it provides instant feedback to students including their results.



Feel free to test yourself in our year 9 PE unit by clicking this link and completing the form

Wednesday, 23 August 2017

'Flipped' touch rugby training





Am trying to teach touch rugby moves before practices.



Loving sharing youtube videos directly to blogger

Thursday, 3 August 2017

Using google hangouts to teach class from home


My colleague, Luke Martin, has injured his arm and is off work for five weeks.

That isn't stopping him from teaching his senior classes. He just does it from the comfort of his own home using google hangouts. This is enabling his students to continue on with achievement in his absence.

Thursday, 29 June 2017

9KIR using learning Papakura Haka using apple TV and youtube subtitles


Using the screen is a great way for students to learn Haka. Previously I had blogged how to add subtitles to you tube videos. Coming in very useful in preparation for the school whanau haka competition