Al-Madinah BTG ms_4

Evidence of learning outcomes

BTG Milestone Goal #1

Implement the principles of the New Zealand Curriculum/Te Marautanga o Aotearoa, through learning programmes that develop; an understanding of student learning outcomes through SOLO Taxonomy, and the effective integration of e-learning

Senior School - Boys

Google sketchup, Game Making etc

Persuasive Argument

Year 7 -Girls

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Rainforest Study (SOLO)

Poetry Rubrics (SOLO)

Internet Search Strategies

Junior School

Walk Through

Year 3 Room 5

Research Skills (SOLO)

Year 2 Room 2

Self-Assessment and Peer Assessment (Descriptive Writing)

Solar System (SOLO)

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Year 1 Room 3

Technological area: Material technology

Topic: Pencil cases

Achievement objectives
Students will be able to make a pencil holders or cases for keeping their precious pencils.
Extended Abstract Learning Outcome -

Solar System (SOLO)

BTG Milestone Goal #2

Increase capability of teachers and principals to improve students’ learning and achievement through e-learning;

Senior School - Girls

Scratch Game-making

Game 1
This is a game designed using dragons. Two players are required to play the game. Each sprite has different scripts and are played using ASD and arrow keys.
Game 2
This is a ball game hitting the obstacles. The Green line enables the ball to bounce back. If the Ball does not touch the green line, the game ends.
Game 3
The butterfly has to find it way out of the birds.

BTG Milestone Goal #3

Ensure a range of regular and open communication to build learning communities within and across cluster schools.

BTG Lead Teacher Mtg -Kawaha Point School (ROT)

Link to report

Al-Madinah Staff Meeting

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BTG Milestone Goal #4

Increase e-learning leadership and ICT strategic planning capability of principals and teachers;
Develop strategic e-learning leadership and ICT plans for each school.

BTG Milestone Goal #5

Communicate changes in pedagogy and use of e-learning to the school community.

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