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Wednesday, 1 February 2017

Language of Learning and Team Photo Challenge (PART 1)

Link to Language of Learning and Team Photo Challenge (PART 2)
Link to Language of Learning and Team Photo Challenge (PART 3)

At Reremoana School we have a special "Language of Learning". We call them our LOLlies! Our LOLlies are a set of competencies that we hope to develop in our students to enable them to become lifelong learners. We want our children to learn how to learn, how to think for themselves, think alongside others, and be motivated to keep on learning throughout their lives - so that they can do well in their world. 





This week we have been learning how to collaborate effectively. We practise collaborating with each other in lots of ways. We work together as a team in our class; we share our views but also listen carefully to others. 


On Wednesday Miss Chalmers put us into groups to complete a photo challenge. We had to include:

  • A photo including water
  • A photo of something yellow
  • A team selfie
  • A photo of a team member up high
  • A photo of a team member showing respect
  • A photo of a team member doing good because good is good to do
  • A photo of signage saying “Reremoana School”
  • A photo of a team member learning
  • A photo of something grey
  • A photo including a number
We learnt lots along the way, like what to do when people disagree with our opinions. And how to share our ideas in a respectful way. We had so much fun and boy were we competitive! 

Yesterday we spent the first block making videos using Photopeach. We did lots of learning here too - the videos are 100% made by us (please excuse any spelling errors!) We got there in the end though. You can see our videos below. Can you tell what which photo is which?

Jayden, Aarav and James

 

Macie and Brooke and Lesieli

 

Keira Amelia F Amelia B and Bella




Jason Jayden J and Brody 

1 comment:

  1. Oh my goodness I love these on so many levels! Well done Miss Chalmers and the R11 gang! Ms Fothergill

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