Are you cyber ready and cyber excited?

Safe and appropriate use of the internet and related technologies is reinforced during the year in our schools. In the lead up to the commencement of the first Nillumbik Schools’ Network Challenge, participating schools are revising their guidelines as a refresher course. Students, teachers and parents have access to the blogging guidelines along the header toolbar of this blog to support a fun, successful and enjoyable collaborative experience.

Like to meet your neighboring schools online?

The home page of this blog is now officially…

 

as a

 


Add a post to this home page at anytime throughout the challenge to,

  1. Share your students’ geometry definitions, ideas, vocabulary list, etc
  2. Pose a question to seek an answer (comment) from another school
  3. Communicate with participating schools
  4. List an idea or classroom activity you completed in the lead up to the challenge to teach and explore these geometry concepts.

The home page is your online space to collaborate throughout the challenge. Your school page is where you post your final logo designs. Please see the help page for assistance.

Hello and Welcome!

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The Level 4 Nillumbik Schools Network has developed a great collaborative relationship over the recent years. This project looks to take working together beyond the inter-school sports fields and into the virtual classroom. Here you will find challenges that Nillumbik Schools can undertake, a space where children can share their learning and discoveries and a platform for children to see and give monitored feedback on other children’s efforts. This first pilot challenge has a maths and design focus and provides an opportunity for teachers and children to get on board and give it a go!

Sam Fleming, Yarrambat PS

Brad Ryan, Greenhills PS

Kylie Tomat, Apollo Parkways PS