Tēnā koutou, talofa lava, and welcome to the latest fortnightly round up for the start of June.
You might be interested in viewing yesterday's webinar:
What does effective e-learning pedagogy and UFB look like? 5 June. In this webinar, Janice Gulbransen from Nayland Primary school, shared the journey of ultra-fast broadband in her school. Janice talked about leadership challenges and ways to support staff as they model effective e-learning pedagogy and innovative practice in the classroom. This webinar is also supported by a blog post, What changes when you get ultra-fast broadband?
Also, feel free to join us in the following up-coming event:
Looking forward to ‘seeing you online’ this term - hei konā mai,
Check out Leadership and e-Learning via the Enabling e-Learning website.
E- Portfolios and Performance Appraisal: Shane Ngatai is looking at incorporating performance appraisal systems into an e-Portfolio model. Does anyone have any examples of ideas to share with Shane?
Check out e-Learning & Professional Learning>>the Enabling e-Learning website and in particular, the latest Reflections - VPLD hui 2012 video on the Virtual Professional Learning and Development programme (VPLD) page.
Māori and Pasifika achievement at secondary school: If you missed the original post, here’s a Radio NZ National podcast, highlighting how one Auckland secondary school has made dramatic improvements in the achievement rates for their Maori and Pacific students.
Check out e-Learning and Teaching>>> the Enabling e-Learning website and the latest videos from Parkvale school as they provide opportunities for personalised learning with their 1:1 netbook programme. You can find these the new school stories on the English and e-learning page on Enabling e-Learning.
Allanah King has added the following bookmarks:
Karen Melhuish Spencer has added the following bookmarks.
Check out e-Learning and Technologies on the Enabling e-Learning website.