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    Added: 03/06/2020

    Menzies College – Localised learning at Mimihau Stream

    Year 12 students from Menzies College have been catching and tagging trout in Mimihau Stream, sharing their findings with Fish and Game New Zealand. By gaining a more accurate picture of life in this waterway, students have challenged the assertion that Mimihau Stream is dead. This hands-on, localised project has helped students develop key competencies and has led to a much greater engagement in learning.

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    Added: 03/06/2020

    WAPA 2020 cluster – STEAM in the junior school

    Heather Kluit, Flanshaw Road School, leads a TLIF project across a cluster of seven schools, supported by Anna Watkin, junior school leader, and Nicola Smith, junior school teacher, from Massey Primary. Heather, Nicola, and Anna share their learning through supporting collaborative innovative STEAM inquiries with their junior school colleagues, across their schools and other schools in the cluster.

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    Added: 03/06/2020

    Arrowtown School – Lighting up minds through project based learning

    Year 7 and 8 students from Arrowtown Primary School have designed and created illuminated ski suits for a competition run by the school in collaboration with NZ Ski. This authentic, hands on project has provided engaging and rich learning opportunities across a range of learning areas, especially science; required students to practice the school's GOLD learner qualities which link to the key competencies; and enabled the school to develop learning focused relationships with the wider community.

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    Added: 29/07/2008

    Oakura School – Homes for penguins

    Oakura Community and the Department of Conservation (DOC) had a project to do and needed some assistance. So they went to the obvious place for help and approached the children at Oakura School.

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