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Monday, 23 May 2016

Check out Rimu's Learning Spaces!

16 comments:

  1. Brilliant work Rimu, I love the way you have tied this back into the Learner being at the centre. I am just looking at this on my chromebook and wonder how I can get to your videos as I have no QR reader on my chromebook and cannot find a link to take me to the video. Some people may never realise there are videos associated with the spaces. I would love to share this in multiple places, can I please have your permission to do this?

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    1. Hi Mark,
      Thanks for the comments. Yes you have our permission to share it. Miss Blair has fixed it so the YouTube link is on each slide. Enjoy!

      Laura
      YMS

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  2. Amazing!!!.. I wish I had this when I was a school.. I think it's amazing and the kids are so lucky :)

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    1. Thanks Kat, I really enjoy this classroom because of all of our spaces to learn and communicate with. What was your class like when you were at school?

      Laura
      YMS

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  3. What a fabulous place to learn, create and share in! This is totally cool Rimu :)

    Mrs T :)

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    1. Thanks Mrs T, its great that it is more open just like your classroom. My favourite space in our classroom is the studio because you can go there to learn quietly and independently.

      Shukoor YMS

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  4. I loved reading this. I was impressed with the names you have given the spaces, very cool. I imagine the discussion around what to call them was very worthwhile too. It would be great if in the future you could post some examples of the work being done at this spaces.
    Andrew Wilkinson - Principal Gilberthorpe school.

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    1. Hi Andrew,
      Thank you for commenting on our class blog. We love our learning spaces and we love sharing them with you. Do any of your classrooms have any of these places?

      Shukoor
      YMS

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  5. Great names that reflect the great work being done in the class. Imagination and hard work have set up a truly wonderful learning environment. Well done!

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  6. You'll have to be careful as I think Mrs T and I will be sneaking in and using your spaces to work in when you are not looking. They sound so cool. I imagine R2D2 would be our first space of choice as we love working together as a pair AND we love Star Wars!

    Mrs White

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  7. I loved your Presentation the one i did not understand was when Tim Jack and Shukoor but it was pretty cool

    By Laseana

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  9. the Computer Alley was so difficult to hear at the end yeah but i still liked it

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