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Monday, February 20, 2017

Meet Des and Troy.

Mark Maddren taught me a new wee saying today that was quite appealing to children was using Des and Troy when walking around with their chromebook. Des and Troy refer to your arm and more importantly how they should be used to support a chromebook while being carried. As part of the Kara of Care the children are expected to carry their chromebook with a closed lid and to use the crock of their elbow to support a corner of their device while crossing their other arm across the rest of the chromebook. Definitely my new favourite saying for the next few weeks to get our children back into this habit.

1 comment:

  1. Kia ora Kate,
    That Mark Maddren is certainly creative. I like the way you have used your images to show us Des and Troy as well as the good practice of one of your learners. I work as a Manaiakalani Outreach Facilitator in South Auckland doing the same as Mark. Learnt something today too!
    Ngā mihi,
    Maria

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