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Kerri Satherley

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Whakawhanaungatanga - making connections

While we are not spending time together at school it can be easy to feel lonely. In this activity we are practising the RSS school value of whakawhanaungatanga by making positive connections and getting to know each other. We are spending time together by visiting our classmates Seesaw posts and leaving fantastic comments. So, your first job is to find a post on Seesaw that you want to comment on. You might like to click on someone's name on the right hand side to quickly find their work. You are going to leave a quality comment using the Glow and Grow model, finishing with a connection, what is something you noticed? When you have picked the post you want to comment on... add Slide 1: Ideas for Grow and Glow thinking voice Slide 2: Create your Grow and Glow comment here. You can :duplicate page: to write more than one comment check Now you have a fantastic, quality comment so head to the post and leave the comment you can type or use the mic Finally... Leave a comment on your response to this activity (after I have approved it)... How did it make you feel to receive a comment? How did you feel when you made a comment?

3rd Grade, 5th Grade, 4th Grade, Reading, Social Emotional Learning, Writing
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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