Tena koutou katoa e aku rahi e aku nui. Today marks the start of Māori Language Week.
Capturing evidence of student progress and achievement: Great conversations emerging here about how schools are collecting evidence using a variety of e-learning tools. Aspirational descriptors in the e-Learning Planning Framework for assessment read,
TEACHER CAPABILITY: Technologies are assimilated as part of evidence-based inquiry, providing ubiquitous access to learning, to engage whānau/family and connect to wider networks.
IMPACT: Students use technologies appropriately, in a continuous cycle, to support the way they set their learning goals, manage life-long portfolios and work towards becoming self-regulated learners.
e-Learning as inquiry | An Enabling e-Learning event: This thread is now open, and you are invited to share how you are trialling or exploring an inquiry this term (with an e-learning lens). Stop by, introduce yourself and share your focus for this term.
Online sessions are being facilitated for ICT PD clusters re: exiting in a timely fashion. Book into one of these:
Check out all other Enabling e-Learning online events for Term 3.
Kia kaha ra. Tauiratia te reo kia rangona i a tatou tamariki, o tatou whanau katoa. Model the language so that its heard widely by our kids and whanau, kia tipu ai, so that it grows.
Ngā mihi nui, nā
Many thanks to Deanne Thomas for Te Reo support and inspiration.