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Opoho Ict Journey
Opoho Ict Journey
Opoho Ict Journey
Opoho Ict Journey
Opoho Ict Journey
Opoho Ict Journey
Opoho Ict Journey
Opoho Ict Journey
Opoho Ict Journey
Opoho Ict Journey
Opoho Ict Journey
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  • 1. OUR JOURNEY: LEARNING WITH ICTS
    • OPOHO PRIMARY SCHOOL
    • DUNEDIN
  • 2. OPOHO PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    • READINGS
    • LEARNING STYLES
    • HABITS OF MIND
    • KATH MURDOCH
    • THINKING TOOLS
    • QUESTIONING
    • I.W.B.s - Sitech
    • INQUIRY
  • 3. PLANNING
    • The internet is increasingly becoming a time saving resource for teachers.
    • How do we take advantage of the excellent inquiry plans and resources available to us without re-writing & re-inventing?
  • 4. OPOHO INQUIRY MODEL
    • Opoho School recognised the value of personalising an inquiry model based on successful models.
  • 5. TUNING IN
    • As in most inquiry models, tuning in refers to finding out what children already know and the initial springboarding of a topic.
  • 6. TUNING IN U R WHAT YOU EAT ENERGY Google E arth
  • 7. EXPLORING
    • EXPLORE refers to the (mostly teacher directed) base knowledge activities the children will require for deeper ‘wonderings’.
  • 8. REACT
    • Through the excitement of Tuning In and Exploring we hope the children will React.
  • 9. RESEARCH
    • This stage is more child directed and encourages children to gain deeper information for their ‘wonderings’.
  • 10. IMPACT
    • Refers to the inquiry conclusion and its impact on the learner and their community.
    • The “so what?” and reflection of our learning.
  • 11. CHANGE
    • Dr Michael Fullan suggests there is an ‘implementation dip’ when introducing change
    • Opoho is no different in this regard - integration of I.W.B.s reflected this model consistently
  • 12. FOOD & DRINKS

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