Monday, December 20, 2010

Ambassador for Pt England School 2010

In 2010 I have been an ambassador for Pt England School.  My role has been to welcome everyone and introduce eLearning to hundreds of visitors who have come to our school from all over the country and around the world.

This video shows you what I had to say:

This is the transcript of my presentation:

Nau mai, piki mai, haere mai

ki te kura o Pt England

Tenei te mihi ki a koutou

e nga manuhiri no nga hau e wha

Ano te ahua reka o te noho tahi

a te teina me te tuakana

I runga i te whakaaro kotahi

Ko te tumanako ka whai hua

tenei huihuinga o tatou

No reira, tena koutou, tena koutou, tena koutou katoa

My friends and I are looking forward to sharing with you some of the ways in which we learn.
For people like us who are 10 years old and in Year 6, eLearning is how school happens nowadays. So you are going to hear about some things that are probably quite different from when you went to school!
Actually, I don't want to put you wrong here.... eLearning happens after school for us as well as at school. 
Incase you are wondering what eLearning is, let me explain.  You will know all about LEARNING, but what does the 'e' stand for?.... Well, lots of people say e stands for Electronic because of all the gear we use.  But it's lots more than that. e means we can learn Everywhere in Everyplace. It Enables us to share our ideas and our work with Everyone. And it makes learning Exciting.

Some of the signs my friends held up while I was speaking.

Minister of Housing, Phil Heatley, was one of the people we presented to this year.

1 comment:

  1. Well done Angela

    You spoke well and gave a great introduction to eLearning. I remember being one of your visitors to Point England a long time ago. It was a fabulous opportunity to learn from children and teachers learning in enjoyable, exciting ways.

    All the best for 2011

    Allanah King

    Moturoa Classroom

    Appleby School


    New Zealand