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INSIGHTS INTO DIGITAL HARM
New Zealand researchers have undertaken a study to better understand digital harm and the online lives of girls and boys. It is the first of its kind in New Zealand and its major focus is on prevention. Children participated in the research, contributing their ideas about how to help themselves and others.

You can access the whole study

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INSIGHTS INTO DIGITAL HARM
New Zealand researchers have undertaken a study to better understand digital harm and the online lives of girls and boys. It is the first of its kind in New Zealand and its major focus is on prevention. Children participated in the research, contributing their ideas about how to help themselves and others.

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YOU can help us to unleash students' digital creativity, support student–led, authentic learning experiences, and empower tamariki voice by getting involved this wonderful event!

What is this all about?
You can find out all about the DigiAwards at the link below, including:
the overview and rules
a range of supporting resources

FREE workshops
We are providing workshops to support the development of students' entries. These include:
a FREE educator workshop (at CORE Education in Christchurch)
a FREE student workshop – held in four different venues around Canterbury:
+ Clarkville School
+ Ashburton Borough School
+ St Albans School
+ Lincoln Primary School

Numbers are limited so invite your connections to register quickly.

DigiAwards theme
Students recently developed a competition theme at a leadership workshop. This year's theme is:

Whāia te iti kahurangi – Dream big!

Students will have the opportunity to select their own theme as an alternative to the DigiAwards theme if they want to.

Celebrating success
A DigiAwards evening is organised for September 18 to celebrate participation in the DigiAwards, with prizes for the finalists and category winners. We are currently organising prizes, entertainment and MCs for a fabulous night – Watch this space!
Grow Waitaha
Grow Waitaha
growwaitaha.co.nz

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These reports support the Education matters to me: Key insights report published in January 2018. The reports are based on responses to an online survey and face-to-face interviews with children and young people. The reports shares views from a diverse group of children and young people, some of whom would be termed ’priority learners’ by the Ministry of Education, including many Māori and Pacific Peoples, those from low socio-economic backgrounds, those with diagnosed learning difficulties, and children and young people with disabilities. The reports share insights from children and young people in primary and secondary schools, alternative education units, early childhood centres, kōhanga reo, kura kaupapa Māori, learning support units, home-based schools and teen parent units.

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These reports support the Education matters to me: Key insights report published in January 2018. The reports are based on responses to an online survey and face-to-face interviews with children and young people. The reports shares views from a diverse group of children and young people, some of whom would be termed ’priority learners’ by the Ministry of Education, including many Māori and Pacific Peoples, those from low socio-economic backgrounds, those with diagnosed learning difficulties, and children and young people with disabilities. The reports share insights from children and young people in primary and secondary schools, alternative education units, early childhood centres, kōhanga reo, kura kaupapa Māori, learning support units, home-based schools and teen parent units.

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Look like a fantastic resource for creating a Maori history programme in school.

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Site Support Toolkit tonight at Belfast School @ 3:45pm. Here is the link to the resource we will be using.

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Here is a great reflection on a teacher observation of +Robyn Anderson's Literacy lesson for explanation writing.

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Here is a great reflection on a teacher observation of +Robyn Anderson's Literacy lesson for explanation writing.
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