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e-Learning round up | 22 May 2020

Bula, tēnā koutou, talofa lava, malo e lelei everyone. A big huge welcome back to school and kura and welcome to the latest e-learning community pānui or round-up for May 22, 2020. 

Once again, we've highlighted several resources, webinars and discussion threads about digital fluency, digital citizenship and using e-learning tools and processes to support learning both at school and at home. 

What have you learned about yourselves, your taiohi and your community during COVID-19? What will you continue to practice or adopt as a new norm; as a result of this crisis? We'd love to hear from you in any of the following discussions.

Next up:

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    smiley Digital Resource #4:  Using digital tools to flip learning, 2 June

    This pick-up-and-go teacher resource captures how digital tools (such as video) and platforms can help students access knowledge resources, prior to engaging with teachers to help strengthen understandings and apply new learning. This teaching resource links to; changing role of the teacher, digital tools to flipped learning models, grow learner agency and enrich learning opportunities, snapshots for learning, Ministry foci for PLD priorities as well as bigger picture ideas such as Ten TrendsThis resource will be hosted in the Beyond the classroom group.Collaboration

    smiley Digital Resource #5:  Collaborative learning for ākonga and kaiako, 18 June

    This pick-up-and-go teacher resource showcases how digital tools and platforms can support collaborative planning, learning and evaluation. This teaching resource links to; assessment for learning, learner agency, e-Learning Planning Framework. This resource will be hosted in the Professional Learning group.

Please feel free to let us know what you want to see more of this term.

Hei konā mai and see you online,

Tess and the Enabling e-Learning team smiley 


 

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  • Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko ahikāroa: Virtual meetups and webinars for National Digital Readiness programme
  • TENZ Techno Challenge 2020: Intervention by design @ HOME. A Technology design challenge for students while at home. Look around your house and garden. What can you see? Are there any problems you can help to solve? Could you make something work better? Can you be inventive? Amazing prizes; Contact TENZ at sarah@tenz.org.nz if you have any questions

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