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e-Learning round up | 23 May 2019

Bula, tēnā koutou, talofa lava, malo e lelei everyone and welcome to the latest e-learning community pānui or round-up for May 2019. In this round-up we share some discussion threads that have been started over the past three weeks and highlight some up-coming PLD opportunities.

These discussions await your input:

Group: e-Learning: Professional Learning Discussion Topic: FREE DT & HM Readiness Workshops in your region
Group: e-Learning:

Beyond the Classroom

Discussion Topic: 

eLearning PD session with LEARNZ Tuesday 7 May at 3:30pm

Group: e-Learning: Leadership Discussion Topic: Real-time reporting using e-Portfolios
Group: 

Enabling e-Learning

Discussion Topic: Techweek don't miss out!
Group: e-Learning Teaching Discussion Topic: Computational Thinking in a Literacy programme

 

Don't miss out on our Calendar of events for Term 2We welcome you to join us and have input in these virtual learning opportunities.

Up-coming events:

 

Minecraftsmiley DISCUSSION POST: Using Minecraft for game-based learning, 29 May - 29 June

What's not to like about games? Research shows play improves memory and stimulates the growth of the cerebral cortex. In this discussion, we'll explore how Minecraft can be used as a tool for learning, make links to Designing and Developing Digital outcomes as well as other benefits for students and share links that will get you started with Minecraft straight away. We invite you to ask questions, share ideas and join us when this discussion goes live in the Teaching group.

smiley LIVE WEBINAR:  Using Minecraft as a learning tool: 13 June, 3.45pm - 4.45pm

 

Sign up for this live webinar as invited guests present examples of how Minecraft is being used in a primary and secondary classroom, to support and enhance learning opportunities. If you're new or experienced using Minecraft in the classroom, or want to know more about how games can support learning, then this webinar is for you. Register Now

smiley DISCUSSION POSTApp development in the classroom, 5 June - 5 July

When students make apps, they learn about valuable STEAM skills like coding, programming, graphic design, and content creation and how to solve real-world problems with digital design. Whether tackling challenges at school, within the community, or even on a global scale – knowing how to build apps empowers students to meaningfully change their environment through technological intervention. In this discussion as we highlight some apps students can create and the contexts by which they might use these. This discussion will be hosted in the Technologies group.

Hei konā mai,

Tess and the Enabling e-Learning team smiley 


 

CalendarFor your calendar...

EEL logo Enabling e-Learning events

  • Keep an eye out for the up-coming e-learning professional events for Term 2 2019. 
  • Enabling e-Learning webinars: On this page, you'll find the recorded webinars (and interviews) from 2011 to current. These include; teacher portfolios, innovative learning environments, BYOD, digital teacher portfolios, computational thinking, ILEs, robotics, gaming, Digital Technologies in the curriculum and more! 

New Zealand mape-Learning events around NZ

Feel free to contact Tessa Gray to add your e-learning events here >>>

Twitter image Twitter Chats 

Follow the hashtags or users to find out details of each Twitter chat.