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Welcome to TeachMeetNZ.
Here is a virtual way for New Zealand educators to reflect on, record and share their own learning.

Through youtube, the presentations are live streamed so you can see it happening in real time.
Afterwards, the session is on youtube for rewindable learning.

This sessions focus is a joint combination with ACCoS Auckland Central Community of School.
The focus is on teachers in Kāhui Ako who are willing to share their narrative.

TeachMeetNZ Kāhui Ako

Date: Saturday 7th October 2017
Time: New Zealand 2.00-3.00pm (UT + 13 hrs) (check for local time).
Session Host: Sonya Van Schaijik @vanschaijik
Time Keeper: Catherine Palmer (ASL) @CatherineP63

Eventbrite - TeachMeetNZ meets ACCoS Kāhui Ako

Here is a link to Youtube

Welcome presenters, this page you can use to communicate with us.
TeachMeetNZ #KāhuiAko
will be broadcasting from Auckland, New Zealand.
You will join us from where ever you are.

Check the side breadcrumbs for what you need.

Check below for the details and tag us on twitter.
For joining us and sharing, you will receive a special presenters badge and a certificate for your portfolio as well as a video clip of just you presenting that you can embed back to your blog or wiki.
Once I have your google + details, I will switch over to group communications.

Please complete the details below.
@CatherineP63 @patizbd @alisons60 @mathsdr @nzvh @KirstyPanapa @MissSMorrison1@MrsEReihana@MrsCameron01

Kāhui Ako
Presenters Name
Alison Spence
Principal Kohia Terrace
Principal’s ASB APPA Travelling Fellowship 2017
Leadership Across Schools
+Alison Spence
Amy Battrick
Esol Strategies at Kohia Terrace School
Amy Battrick
+Amy Battrick
Elena Reihana
Using WeChat for Parent Engagement
+ Elena Reihana
Erin Hooper
As a matter of PaCT
Erin Hooper
+Erin Hooper
Hannah Cameron
Engaging the Community - Reporting to families
Patricia Whitmore
Learning Maps and Reading
+Patricia Whitmore
Sarah Morrison
Using See Saw as a digital portfolio for junior school learners to share with their families.
+Sarah Morrison
Viv Hall
Growing Kāhui Ako leaders
+Viv Hall

Big job for you is to broadcast- use the #TeachMeetNZ to broadcast
We will do my best and the session will be even more successful, if you also tag your followers on facebook, twitter and google+

Broadcast, Broadcast, Broadcast.
Use a variety of social media.

First Tutorial Session Saturday 23rd of September from 2.00-3.00pm
NZ (UT + 12 hrs) Join me if you are a newbie or need a refresher.


Ensure you have looked at these slides for a smooth session.
This practise is for those who are new to a hangout.
If you want extra practices I have a team on standby who can help.

Second Tutorial Session for everyone- and have your topic and a draft of your slides ready
There is a template that really helps -Template so download it and adapt.
So I can complete building the introduction page and start broadcasting.
Tuesday 26th of September 8.00.9-8.00pm NZ (UT + 12 hrs)

Third Tutorial Session Wednesday 4th of October Dress rehearsal 2.00- 3,00pm
NZ (UT + 12 hrs)

This session is to check the time and grab screen photos of you, so don't forget to check the mirror.
Wear what you will wear on Saturday.
Make sure that the slides are embedded onto your TeachMeetNZ page.
This is my back up in case there are problems.

This recording can also be used for your own site in case I have problems on the day.
Once you have each others google + details you can also help each other.

Live Screening
Date:7th of October
Time: 2.00pm
NZ (UT + 12 hrs)
Be online and ready to go by 15 minutes before streaming for last minute sound and equipment checks.
to sort last minute problems.

We should be done and dusted in 1 hour.

For more info, click here

Join the New Zealand educators group of #TeachMeetNZ on the VLN



If you would would like to present on our next virtual TeachMeetNZ or even to host session, please contact Sonya @vanschaijik
This wiki is for New Zealand Educators to plan a TeachMeetNZ and share virtually.
This is a public Wiki. You are invited to create pages for your TeachMeetNZ and add a link to your event in the navigation bar on the left.
You are also welcome to use any of the templates, videos and previous information from previous TeachMeetNZ sessions and please link back to this site.

The focus is making connections, collaborating and learning with each other, celebrating via the Hangout and reflecting on your blog. The tech is the vehicle.
If you have suggestions for us please do not hesitate to let us know. Feedback is greatly welcomed.