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Enabling e-Learning

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Haere mai, talofa lava and welcome to the main group for Enabling e-Learning/Ako-e in the VLN Groups. 

Enabling e-Learning is the Ministry of Education’s online ‘hub’ for ICT-related education resources and programmes in New Zealand. 

You can discuss particular aspects of e-learning in these e-Learning sub-groups:

Enabling e-Learning: Leadership logo  Leadership    |    Technologies_logo.jpg Technologies    |    Enabling e-Learning teaching logo Teaching  | Professional learning.jpgProfessional Learning  |    Enabling e-Learning: Beyond the classroom swirl logo Beyond the Classroom | blue spiralConnect to the N4L managed network |  Enabling e-Learning Using the e-Learning Planning Frameworks

 

And you can find us on here...

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Meet our online facilitator: Tessa Gray

 

 

Brief description: The Ministry's hub for e-learning education resources and programmes in New Zealand.

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FORUM: Assessment in a digital age

26 May 2017 - 26 Jun 2017
This forum is an opportunity to discuss current assessment needs/issues/trends for both students and teachers in a digital age.

FORUM: Snapshots of Universal Design for Learning

25 Jul 2017 - 25 Aug 2017
In this forum, we'll explore some school stories and snapshots that showcase how digital technologies can support learners with learning challenges such as ADHD, ASD, Dyslexia and low vision. We'll also share a framework that support planning for differentiated learning

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    Our latest newsletter is out now. Check out what's new on the website and the free PLD available to you this term.

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    Posted: 5 days ago

  • The Teaching and school practices survey tool is now ready for use

    This new online survey tool is designed to provide useful information for school inquiry, review, and development. It can provide your school with important insights about its teaching practices, processes, and leadership.

    The design of the survey ensures that:

    • the items are based on robust research and are consistent with the New Zealand Curriculum, ERO's School Evaluation Indicators, and the draft Standards for the Teaching Profession
    • it's completely confidential, NZCER developed and hosts the surveys and safeguards the data
    • the principal gets sent a set of reports immediately after they close off the survey in their school so they can decide how best to use them.

    Free to schools in Terms 2 and 3 each year.

    NZCER will provide a national report at the end of the year.

    Access the Teaching and school practices survey tool »

    Posted: 26 days ago

  • 2016/7 Digital technologies in schools survey results

    The 20/20 Trust's latest report, Digital technologies in schools, published April 2017, presents findings and information from the Digital Technologies in Schools survey. The survey objective was to ascertain how New Zealand schools manage access to, and the use of, digital technologies as a medium for curriculum delivery and student learning.

    Specific areas of focus include:

    • strategic planning and digital technologies
    • digital tools for learning and personal digital tools
    • internet safety and students
    • te reo Māori resources
    • the impact of digital technologies on learning
    • barriers to the use of digital technologies in schools
    • use of digital technologies to communicate with the wider community
    • future-focused learning and stages of adoption of digital technologies by teachers.

    The summary and full report are downloadable from the 20/20 Trust website .

    Posted: 39 days ago