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Presentation linked to Development of Pukeko Echo to Ministry of Education

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Presentation linked to Development of Pukeko Echo to Ministry of Education

  1. 1. The P.E.T Project Pukeko Echo Television Channel North
  2. 2. Our Journey • 2004: BOT refurbished a Technology room into a purpose built TV Studio. Funding from Southern Trust. • 2005: No staff/ No PD therefore conversion back into a classroom space planned. • August 2005: Meeting with with Carol Peters( One Double Five)/ John Gwillim( North Tec) to discuss the use of the TV/ Sound Studio. • September 2005: Preliminary investigations into the viability of a Regional Television Station at Manaia View School.
  3. 3. Manaia View School Preliminary Discussions • Manaia View BOT discussions around the educational benefits for its staff, students and community. • Key early Strategic goals set by MVS BOT: 1. Provide an opportunity for Manaia View School students and staff to enrich the Arts, Maori and Literacy programmes. 2. Provide a purposeful educational resource that could be accessed by all Northland schools. 3. Provide a community resource that would focus on education, career development, and opportunities for interested media groups. All of which would ensure a community based TV station.
  4. 4. Developing a Partnership • Three Key Partners: One Double Five Community House, NorthTec and Manaia View School. • Each organisation explored their Strategic Vision for the TV Studio: - NorthTec: Education and Career opportunities - One Double Five: Inclusion of Community Organizations and as a Community Resource.
  5. 5. Developing a Partnership • Proposal written by Carol Peters to MVS BOT that would include a formal partnership. • Shared Occupancy Document written, Sent to MOE Legal. November 2005 • Establishment of Northland Television Trust (Non Profit Organisation)
  6. 6. Northland Television Trust • Trustee representatives: - Business sector - Legal sector - Financial Community - Local Iwi / Iwi Business organizations - District Council - Educational leaders - Core technical and artistic talent
  7. 7. The School prepares… • TV station incorporated into the Strategic Plan - Policies and Procedures developed - Financial: Grant applications - PD: Principal and ICT Leader visit Primary Schools in California who have established TV studios that broadcast regionally. - Deputy Principal attends key conferences and workshops in Media Technology - Principal, Deputy Principal and ICT Leader from MVS undertake 13 week course evening at NorthTec on Digital Video Production.
  8. 8. The School prepares… • TV station incorporated into the Strategic Plan - Policies and Procedures developed - Financial: Grant applications - PD: Principal and ICT Leader visit Primary Schools in California who have established TV studios that broadcast regionally. - Deputy Principal attends key conferences and workshops in Media Technology - Principal, Deputy Principal and ICT Leader from MVS undertake 13 week course evening at NorthTec on Digital Video Production.
  9. 9. Community Involvement • Support from - Whangarei and District Councils - New Zealand Broadcasting Ass. - Ministry of Cultural and Heritage • Community inclusion - Community surveys - Information meetings
  10. 10. Channel North • NTV Trust sets about writing an in depth Strategic Plan • August 2007: MVS is awarded a substantial ASB Grant for all the Production equipment. • December 2007: Broadcasting License arrives. • July 2008: Whangarei District Council completes mast work on Mt Parahaki. • August 1st: Channel North Television is launched on a Regional UHF frequency
  11. 11. Channel North Television • Shared content agreement with Stratos and Triangle Television • 24/7 TV Coverage with regional show input at key viewing times. • Development of local shows: - Ngati Hine sponsors the News (Te Reo/ English) - Sport Northland sponsors the Sports programme - Whangarei Councilors has a “Northlanders Today” Interview show (e,g Roger Douglas) - Music show/ Youth Programme - Community advertising - Pukeko Echo Television (PET Project)
  12. 12. Development of an Educational Plan • Key Outcomes: - Media / Visual Communication is embedded into our current teaching practice, literacy and ICT programmes. - Raised student achievement across literacy strands. - Increased motivation and engagement of students in literacy via e- learning. - Students’ personal achievement expectations raised - linked to authentic audience feedback. We believe the most effective way to learn is through an immediate and authentic experience that leaves one wanting more. - Providing an innovative medium that will meet the changing face of education in the 21st Century. - Providing the school with an opportunity to reach into the community, into homes, engaging them in the teaching and learning of their children.
  13. 13. Support from Channel North • Set for Pukeko Echo • Technical Support • Channel North Station Manager support with broadcasting and timetabling of the show • Animation of Paki the Pukeko • Green screen support
  14. 14. Support for Manaia View School Professional Development - Linked to ICT PD (Teacher Inquiry) - Staff Meetings (Two per term taken by John Gwillim) - Workshops for Presenters (Rob Harte) - Student sessions for Camera skills (John Gwillim) - Staff 1:1 PD with John Gwillim linked to class projects/ Teacher Inquiry - Students working in the studio alongside John, - children creating music - E-learning fellowship 2009: Marilyn Small ; Fellowship research based on the same key outcomes and related directly to the PET project.
  15. 15. Support for other schools • Invitation to students to attend workshops held at Manaia View School • Offer for PD: Staff meetings • P.E.T monthly newsletter • Use of facilities and filming equipment • John Gwillim’s time to edit content material. • A DVD/ booklet to support Digital Video Production (a how to, basic guidelines)
  16. 16. P.E.T Television • Presented to a WPPA Meeting in May 2008. • Expression of Interest from BOT of 10 primary schools. • Employment of John Gwillim in Term 4 as Educational Producer/ Director • Content received from local schools, edited and placed on Pukeko Echo • Professional performer supporting the musical aspect of the show: Mark Delacey (The Minstrel)
  17. 17. …….and action! • Advertising PET launch. • Pukeko Echo started broadcasting Monday, October 13th 2008. • Each episode is on air for 1 week from 3:30 - 5pm. • The first two episodes have both had content from at least 7 local schools.
  18. 18. The content of the two last show include: - Sports Stars - Living the Dream (Talents) - Wahanga Reo - Story Time - Our Place - School Projects - My Hero - Educational Challenges - Educational Clips: Did you Know? - Freetime
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  20. 20. Where to next A Regional strategy required to address the following issues around inclusion of local schools and its sustainability: 1. Development of shared pedagogy This is in regards to the educational benefits/purposes behind the PET project. 2. Professional Development Long term for teaching staff and students to ensure that content is directed and produced by students.
  21. 21. 3. Professional Support Staffing of Pukeko Echo a) Director (with a teaching degree) working on story boards and with groups of children to provide content. b) Full time Technical Support worker (editing) c) Teacher Aide to support with management of resources and filming support. 4. Resource Management a) Development of a Resource Management Plan - currently all equipment in the studio belongs to Manaia View School. This is used by Channel North as well. Schools book and use the cameras when filming. b) Marketing of Pukeko Echo which will support the purchasing of equipment - Sale of DVD’s - Sale of promotional material
  22. 22. • Professional advice and guidance for the Executive Producers of the PET Project; Leanne Otene and Marilyn Small, the Principal and Deputy Principal of Manaia View School. We are requiring this from two main sources: a) Ministry of Education: Local and National Office, E-Learning Team. b)Regional Broadcasting Institute

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