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Measles implications for ICT at schools

With a potential outbreak of measles on the horizon I think it is time secondary schools started seriously developing and testing contingency plans in the event they have to close the doors for 2-3 weeks. We have the systems (Google … Continue reading

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Working from home – students

We (Wellington East Girls College) are currently moving into our new block, this has necessitated having most students working from home over two days. With current technology, teachers can set and monitor work via Google Classroom, in effect we are … Continue reading

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Measles could be a bit of a challenge if an outbreak occurs

Recently received via email… “Measles is a highly infectious and serious illness. If a student or staff member is diagnosed with measles in our school, other students and staff (teaching, administration, sports coaches and any other staff that have face to … Continue reading

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