Priya Gain from Muritai School has sent the link to her latest blog – a mantle on Ancient Greeks! Have a read… Priya does a really great job at blogging the learning journey in an attractive and accessible way. To visit the blog, click here – or go to links on the right.
Viv Aitken and her 14 third year student teachers from Waikato University are working together with classroom teacher Melissa Phillips and Deputy Principal Gay Gilbert on a 6 week Mantle of the Expert adventure children from room 17, Hillcrest Normal School. We are going to be working with these enthusiastic year 3s as a toy museum, charged with caring for a precious and highly valuable set of toys. You can read about this MOTE by following our blog. Click here, or visit ‘links’ on the MOTE website.
Natalie and Alex from Puketaha school have provided a link to their classroom blog. Check out the ‘links’ on the right of our home page or click the link below to visit. You might notice that some of the blog is written in role…
Thanks guys for sharing this with us!
A new link has been added to Robin Mills’ blog about room 5’s adventures at Puketaha school.
Thanks Robin –
Check out the blog here
Viv has taken the technological bull by the horns and set up a new blog!
The purpose is to record the happenings as they unfold with a Mantle currently being run with Lynette’s class at Hillcrest Normal School. This is the third year Lynette has kindly let me and my student teachers work in her class and we thought it might be interesting for people to follow along as we plan, implement and discover together… Thanks to Irene, the school principal, and Gay, the DP for permission to share the work in this way.
You can visit the blog by going to ‘Links’
I will be updating the blog regularly and welcome your comments – and advice – either here or direct into the blog
If others are interested in starting their own blogs too please do – we can link them from this site as we have done with Priya’s wonderful example – To set yourself up I recommend ‘blogspot’ as very easy to use even for beginners like me!