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Use this sheet to share your interesting ideas. Whilst you don't have to, sharing your name and your preferred way to contact you will imake it easier to collaborate, should anyone what to hear more about your idea.
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Dan Haesler@danhaesler on TwitterCheck out my ideas at www.cutthroughhq.com/NFSEngage
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Barb Ward@msbarbxx on Instagram or email barbward@woorannaparkps.vic.edu.auI'm wanting to turn our primary school into a community hub. To build our school into a K-12+ and to encorage learning beyond school. To have relationships with universities, jobs and tafes at the higher end. But also the mentoring aspect between primary and high school aged students.
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Mary-Jane Pellmary-jane.pell@det.nsw.edu.auGreen Team - school beautification project for disengaged young men in Year 9 & 10. Jade team about to start which is the equivalent for young women
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Julie Kornmanncontemporarylearninghub.comProfessional development in 21st century pedagogy for teachers prep to year 12
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Rochelle Inwood@RochelleInwood or email principal@korakonui.school.nzWe have used Fan Fiction to promote reading and as authentic audience for student's writing - I have got the lesson progressions, our expectations and our student success criteria to share. Also Blue Ribbon Project - student's identifying by gifting a blue ribbon to 3 people that have made a difference in their lives, and then each of those 3 people hand on 3 ribbons etc. Student's then blogged about how they felt, and the other recipients blogged too. We had student use Minecraft to create learning games for Numeracy Ladder learning.
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Robert AstonRobert.Aston@marcellin.vic.edu.auSimple idea but taking a biological concept such as the immune system and then turning it into a board game inclusive of instructions. We then spend a lesson or two with the students playing each others games (with only the instructions to go by) and giving feedback on playability and how well the game(s) help the students develop their understadning of the content and it also helps them work on and gain feedback on the method writing (instructions).
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Suzanne Billingtonprincipal@tauriko.school.nzDynamos - students are coached, by Sport BOP and then in an ongoing manner by lead teacher, in how to lead students in fun sports activities out in the playground at lunch time. The students develop leadership skills. Students in the school are occupied during the break and some students are directed to go to this with a buddy to learn skills in the playground through team work.
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Sue Walkersusan.walker@shc.tas.edu.auOutreach program called Junior Joeys Local charity fundraising and aged care facility visits. Afternoon teas, fundraising, donations of time for reading programs - little ones reading to the elderly or blind, choirs, ministry, enrichment activities foridentified students at risk of diengagement.
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Kathy Oemckekathy.oemcke@gilson.vic.edu.auLearning For Life program, Year 9 students go on several camps across the year and at the end celebrate their journey towards adulthood. It's goal is to have students push through limits and learn to achieve goals and rely on each other.
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Drew Bickforddbickford@kambala.nsw.edu.auFull Year 9 cohort semsester-long immersive service learning project (working with the elderly and cooking for the homeless.)Yr 10 History publish their own 'History Week' magazine, Yr 9 curating 'history museum' IB students develop entire 18month long program of creative and experiential learning activities. Year 10 elective Design &Tech girls have begun a semester long collaborative learning project with industry design professionals (on site and and off). 8 month Artist in residence program last year with artist/ student collaboration
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Julie-Anne Angell@MrsAngell on TwitterDesign Days - areas of the school which require improvement/refurbishment and the Year 7 and 8 students design that space. Pitch to the Capital Works comittee select the best 1 or 2. Then the school builds it
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Julie-Anne Angell@MrsAngell on TwitterSTEM Days in Year 4 where students rotate through 4 activities over 2 days - Making a computer game, programming a robot, flying drones, using microbits/cloud professor to solve a problem
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Julie-Anne Angell@MrsAngell on TwitterExhibition - People express their passions in a variety of ways to make a difference in the world
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Victoria Leadbeatterfasym0@eq.edu.au or @felicitysymko (twitter)Year 9 (Roughly 30students) - Allocating set time each week for the students to find their passion and purpose.
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Stephen Monaghanmonaghans@stkevins.vic.edu.au
Persuade me to support your AFL team / Persuade me why your favourite game is the best (i.e Fortnite) / Plan a Gold Class movie experience
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Take part in F1 STEM project via https://www.grandprix.com.au/event/industry-innovation-precinct/driving-learning
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James Tudorjames.tudor@stphilips.nt.edu.au
Fortnightly Yr9 community service program(1.5hrs per f/n) engaging with community groups, schools, not for profits in assisting them with their programs. Cooking for Salvos, working with Old Timers, Riding for the Disabled etc
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Full day seminars, 2 x term for Yr 7-10 with activities focusing on/promoting well being, mindset, neuroplasticity, creativity, teamwork, with personal focus, but also cohort/school wide focus
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Briony Watson@rbwatman on twitter briony.watson@ntschools.netCommunity Liason Officer working closely with well-being staff, community and outside agencies (such as Aboriginal Health Service) to foster community / school connections and encourage parents to come into school. Staff from Health service and Save The Children are coming in to work with students and staff around personal growth and health initiatives.
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D'Elise Keitaanpaadelise.keitaanpaa@ntschools.netA group of students (who have been identified as having individual strengths are working on a business to deign and make gifts for the schools Mother's day stall. The run the business aftyer developing a business plan and have formed groups that are responsible for set areas of the business, marketing ( print and digital media), design, 3d printing, and budgeting. ALl goods that are sold will be used in a cost analysis for next years plans.
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Wendy BrooksPrincipal@cromprimary.school.nzCommunity Crusaders - giving back to the community initiative where senior students visit the residents at local rest home and play cards, hear about ‘olden days’, etc
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Josh Jetsontwitter @jetstopiacourt for students to run their own trials with opening arguments. objections. etc
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Samantha Mortimer Heather Gorrie Peter JagerSmortimer@tearohacollege.school.nz hgorrie@tearohacollege.school.nz pjager@tearohacollege.school.nzusing our interest based smart paths days to engage our students into career pathways that are meaningful and focus their learning around future directions. (These are "non traditional" interest based whole day learning)
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Chris SmithChristopher.smith@education.wa.edu.auChange an aspect of school - students were invited to work through a process in digital technologies project to enable a change within the school. Student work collaboratively on an aspect of school that is important to them
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Kath GrantKatherine.Grant@education.wa.edu.auKidsMatter and social emotional learning, positive behaviour support, YCDI!, Problem Based Learning / STEAM investigations
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Janelle usall@westnet.com.auFormative assessment tool: Plickers.com - Students have an individual paper code which they show to answer multiple choice questions which are displayed on the whiteboard. Teacher scans codes/answers with their phone. Results in real time - watch on your phone who answers correctly/incorrectly. No BYOD required.
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Leanne Lesicllesic@kas.nsw.edu.auMAD week (Make A Difference) which gives students purpose. Students sign up for projects they would like to do in the community, some are staff initiatied, some are student initiated eg LANDCARE planting, Old folks homes visits to sign and play board games, weed the cemetery, backyard blitz at the homes of those who need a hand, give out chocs and positive messges to community businesses, sort clothes at 2nd hand shops.
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Fesitval of Cre8ivity- the timetable is collapsed and students sign up for their projects of choice which were presented to the wider school community (based on Project based learning). Jake Plaskett was a great initiator/facilitator for this. Projects included a Fashion parade (marketing, choreography, fashion- upcycling clothing from 2nd hand shop, music), a RC track was created which hias started a lunchtime club, History games (creating armour out of cardboard and then using it in a tournament), How high can you make a rocket go using air? etc Families come in for the presentations.
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