Tuesday, July 31, 2012

“Protecting a Childs Online Identity” Presented by John Parsons

Managing a child’s identity from the beginning…starts at the beginning
80% of Toddlers Use The Internet Regularly, Study Says
(Always Connected: The new digital media habits of young children by Aviva Lucas Gutnick et al. | March 2011)

“Understanding the risks before children use this technology will help you to help them learn to reduce risk for themselves and help older children who have already adopted this technology”
John Parsons is a presenter and consultant to school principals, businesses and the private sector, providing specialist advice and direction on the safe use of Digital Communication Technology.
He delivers cutting edge workshops to those who work with young people in areas of health, education and safety. In his work he regularly presents alongside Police and health professionals to various community and professional organisations.

When: 28th August, 7 pm – 9 30 pm.

Where: Sports House, 142 Saxton Road East
Sports Tasman Saxton Stadium
Cost: $2.00

Registration essential: Contact:
Jenny Dravitzki Jenny.d@sporttasman.org.nz; (03) 5463306

A workshop for

Early Childhood and Primary School Teachers

Parents of preschool and primary school aged children

Friday, July 27, 2012

How to Blog

Allanah has written this resource about how to start a blog of your own.


Nelson Central Satellite Meeting

We are learning about how to deploy our iPads.

And how to blog.


Notification of good resources from Lyn AWS Publications

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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

A Good Reading Available from the Ministry of Education Library

Developing a classroom management plan using a tiered approach, by Kristin L. Sayeski and Monica R. Brown.
Article in Teaching Exceptional Children, 44 (1), 2011, p. 8-17.
Presents a framework for developing comprehensive classroom behaviour management plans using a response-to-intervention model.

Sarah Wilkin

Cluster Manager happy dance

Thanks to Allanah , Leanne and Sarah we are now flying with blog. Great work and trust you will all have fun learning new things using this site. Looking forward to your stories. LynE

COPS Meeting next week

Kia Ora Hazel, Matthew, Helen and Emma.

Really looking forward to our first COPS meeting next Friday week 3 at Motueka South School.

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