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Enabling e-Learning calendar of events

Webinars for Term 4

The Term 4 calendar of events is currently under development. Register now for the free webinar series, join us in our Discussion Forum and put the dates in your calendar.

NZQA assessment online, 14 October 3:45-4:45pm

Steve Bargh NZQA is working towards moving external student assessment to the online environment. This webinar will cover:

  • piloting and test opportunities for schools
  • technical requirements
  • an introduction to what other jurisdictions are doing (eg British Columbia, the Netherlands),  the issues and challenges they faced and the lessons learned, and how this is shaping NZQA’s thinking.

Steve Bargh (NZQA) will be the lead presenter and Howard Baldwin and Elizabeth Eley from the Ministry of Education will be available to address further questions from schools.

To register for this free webinar »

Connected educator month

 

This Enabling e-Learning event is part of PLD Connected Educator Month during October.


 

Working together to reimagine student agency, 16 October 3:45-4:45pm

The focus of this webinar is on the way we can collaborate and redesign learning that genuinely positions learners at the heart, enabled by digital technologies. You will hear from thought-leaders Julie Lindsay, Linda Ojala and Tim Gander about their experiences and views on this topic.

To register for this free webinar »

Connected educator month

 

This Enabling e-Learning event is part of PLD Connected Educator Month during October.


 

Using the e-Learning Planning Framework as a tool for strategic planning and staff development, 23 October 3:45-4:45pm

The new online e-Learning Planning Framework (eLPF) tool is now available to all schools. Glenview School principal Gaylene Preston, Barb Keane from Tua Marina School and LWDT facilitators Kathe Tawhiwhirangi and Greg Carroll will share how they are using the tool in schools and answer your questions.

The eLPF provides schools and teachers with:

  • a self-review tool for schools to gather evidence about practice
  • a "road map" for building e-learning capability
  • a tool to evaluate the effectiveness of e-learning programmes
  • resources and services to support schools as they build capability.

To register for this free webinar »

Connected educator month

 

This Enabling e-Learning event is part of PLD Connected Educator Month during October.


 

Moving towards 1:1 Digital devices – exploring different approaches and lessons learned, Tuesday 28 October, 3.45-4.45pm

Lesley Murrihy, principal Amesbury School and Mark Quigley, DP Orewa College will share lessons learned about implenting 1:1 devices in this webinar. They will explain:

  • why they chose a 1:1 approach
  • how they implemented 1:1
  • changes/benefits for students and teachers
  • lessons learned

Following their presentation Lesley, Mark, and Howard Baldwin from the Ministry of Education will answer your questions about 1:1 devices.

To register for this free webinar »

Connected educator month

 

This Enabling e-Learning event is part of PLD Connected Educator Month during October.


 

Discussion Forum

 

  • On-going curriculum design and review, Guest Chris McLean (NZC)

    This year, we've run a series of discussions around Personalising Learning. As conversations have evolved, it has become increasingly clearer, that regular review of Curriculum design and delivery is vital - if we want to respond to the individualised needs of the diverse learners in our schools. 

    In this forum, we invite you to join us as we consider what knowledge is in a ‘knowledge society’, what a localised, authentic, negotiated, ‘thinking’ curriculum might look like and reflect on key ideas around Key Competencies for the Future.

    Join us in the Enabling e-Learning leadership group, once this thread becomes live.

Connected educator month

 

This Enabling e-Learning event is part of PLD Connected Educator Month during October.

 
 

After Connected Educator Month

 

  • Māori achieving success as Māori, 12 November 3:45-4:45pm 

    More and more schools are proactively looking at ways to address, Māori achieving success as Māori. Kathe Tawhiwhirangi and Trevor Bond (LwDT facilitators), have developed a MASAM framework (Māori achieving success as Māori) to help schools and kura to map where they currently sit - in terms of how successful the five cultural competencies of Tātaiako with an added competency - Ako-e (e-Learning).

    To find out more about this story and how the MASAM Framework has made a difference for Māori learners at Waerenga o Kuri, come and join Kathe and Trevor as we informally discuss the background and context to this story. All Q&A welcome. 

          To register for this free webinar »

 

Writing - engaging for some and a huge brick wall for others.  The e-Learning tools create opportunities for these struggling writers to level the playing field and achieve success and satisfaction, while equally providing an exciting and challenging platform for more able students.  This section aims to explore the pedagogy and the tools to make writing enjoyable for all students.

Come join the founder of the Blended e-Learning Literacy group Jill Hammonds, as we explore ways to use digital tools to ignite, support and extend literacy skills - for all writers. Your ideas, experiences and strategies are welcome during this webinar.