Tēnā koutou, nau mai ki te reta o te wiki. Welcome this week's e-learning round-up.
Community announcement this week for the iPad/iPod user group. John Scheurs has just become the 500th member of the group! Great to see this online space supporting schools out in the regions.
Don't forget to check out up-coming events in, Enabling e-Learning online events planned for term 3.
This week it's haere mai and welcome to ....Catriona Pene. Catriona joins the Enabling e-Learning online team this week. Catriona has recently left a Year 3 digital classroom to take up her position as Blended eLearning Facilitator online and VPLD Mentor. Catriona says, "I am very excited to begin my new role, providing online support for teachers in the use of ICT and eLearning."
Each week, we like to say thank you by nominating a community member for active participation in the Enabling e-Learning / VLN Groups. They can download and add an Enabling e-Learning badge to their profile.
New on TKI: Creating a vision to lead e-learning in your school: In this video, Dr Cheryl Doig talks about the importance of having a shared understanding e-learning before integrating it into the school vision. More resources for Leadership and e-Learning>>>the Enabling e-Learning website.
Check out e-Learning & Professional Learning>>the Enabling e-Learning website.
RECOMMENDED: e-Learning as inquiry | An Enabling e-Learning event: Two fantastic guests from our community - Claire Amos and Mark Herring continue to facilitate wonderful discussions - exploring ways to reflect on how well we combine the technology with the learning.
New on TKI: Digital citizenship and technology use: In this video, Albany Senior High School, talk about how they want their student to be citizens of the world. Check out e-Learning and Teaching>>> the Enabling e-Learning website.
New on TKI: Introducing iPads to Aurora College: Aurora College explain why they have chosen iPads to trial in the junior classrooms. Check out e-Learning and Technologies>>> the Enabling e-Learning website.
Our Journey with Ultranet - Reflections from Otonga School: This reflective summary shows how one school is consulting and engaging with the wider community, through and about e-learning - to help improve student learning outcomes.
Check out e-Learning and Beyond the Classroom>>the Enabling e-Learning website.
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