Whānau/Parents

Why should children do learning at home? Improves students’ self-regulation (the ability to independently manage their time, goals, focus, distractions, and personal responsibility for learning) which prepares students for the demands of NCEA, tertiary or university studies, as well as

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Tauira/Students

Why should I learn at home? The right kind of learning at home can benefit you: Improves your self-regulation – helps you manage your time, goals, focus, distractions, and personal responsibility for learning. Reading online is thought to be far

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Strategies for Whānau/Parents

Learning Conversation Strategies Why is it beneficial to have regular learning conversations? We learn to think through talking; Learners need to talk about their learning and the texts they read; When children have to explain in their own words that

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Strategies for Tauira/Students

Reaching Out Which of your classmates can you ask or discuss this with online? If you are getting frustrated even after refining their search try encouraging a new approach such as online collaboration Try digital tools designed for collaboration. Your

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Learning Tasks

There are two types of learning tasks: “Do Something Smarter,” and “Go Wider and Deeper.” “Do Something Smarter” tasks are best if you want learn about new things, as they will introduce you to new strategies which are based on

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Contact

Feel free to get in touch with us for any further information, or to give us your feedback! Naomi Rosedale Research Analyst Woolf Fisher Research Centre Faculty of Education and Social Work The University of Auckland n.rosedale@auckland.ac.nz     Dr

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