Monday, 30 November 2015

Putting It Altogther

This is the Thinglink I made to share the journey of my 2015 MIT inquiry. All of the MIT inquiries for 2015 are now complete and can be accessed on the MIT page on the Manaiakalani site. 

If you would like to access a copy of the learner speak rubric we made you can access it here. Please remember that our rubric is not a blackline master that can simply be introduced to another learning environment with the expectation that similar connections will be made.  It should be seen as something that is to be adapted and repurposed so that connections can be forged to what will then become their own resource, written in their own language.


  1. Hi Robyn, your class's rubric is fantastic. We are going to use this at our school in Christchurch. We will use it as 'very good bones' and then personalise it with our language and links. Thank you so much for sharing all of your hard work. We have been looking for something like this for a long time!

  2. Kia ora Robyn, This is a really clear and informative rubric that offers ideas for teachers and pupils alike! Thanks for the 'Learn, Create, Share' opportunity!