1:1 Devices - Smart Learners and Blogging
The following is designed as a guide for teachers to consider when planning for Cybersmart learning and engaging learners with blogging either with the class blog or sharing via their own blogs.
Learners new to 1:1 Device
Learners will be sharing via the class blog for the first 8-10 weeks of Cybersmart Learning.
Learners sharing via their blog
Learners have been engaging with Cybersmart for at least 8-10 weeks and are starting to share on their individual blog.
1+ Years of Blogging
Learners have been sharing via their individual blog and engaging with Cybersmart learning for at least one year.
are learning to confidently navigate and harness their device and learning applications.
This includes learning to navigate a blog and understand the elements of a blog, the posts and comments.
are learning to identify what information and content Cybersmart bloggers share online.
Public or Private
About Me Posters
Create an Infographic
DLOs created in response to these activities should be stored in Google Drive to be shared when their blogs are rolled out.
It is useful to have content that is ready to share to enable learners to practise posting and becoming familiar with the work flow.
are mindful that being Cybersmart is staying up-to-date with our Cybersmart learning.
Exploring Online Profiles - Think about how you advertise yourself online.
Identify opportunities for learners to create content that can be shared publicly. At this stage we recommend selecting from:
Content is curated in their Google Drive.
Consider using a blog post template to focus on the elements of a blog post.
Share learning on the class blog.
Content can be shared on their individual blogs when rolled out.
This is an opportunity to engage more critically with the implications of sharing personal information online. Empower learners who have been sharing on their blog to reconnect with their digital footprint and their responsibility to create and nurture a positive online presence they and their whānau, can be proud of.
Teachers access learner created content via Hāpara to share on the class blog.
Consider modelling the process of sharing on the class blog and invite input from learners.
Co-construct comments and replies to blog posts and comments from your Tuhi Mai Tuhi Atu Team or class blogs within your school/cluster.
Identify opportunities for your learners to read and comment on learners' blogs e.g. from your school or cluster
Tuhi Mai Tuhi Atu - register and buddy your learners to comment and reply to blog posts and comments on their team's individual blogs.