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e-Learning round up | 4 September 2020

Bula, tēnā koutou, talofa lava, malo e lelei everyone and welcome to the latest e-learning community pānui for September 4, 2020. 

Here's a short round-up of the recent activity and a reminder about our upcoming eventsWe'd love to see you in our live webinars and hear from you in the following discussions. 

  • Next up:

    smiley DISCUSSION POST: Engaging with the community at Newbury School, 9 September - 9 October

    In this discussion, we highlight Newbury School and the opportunities they have taken advantage of (due to conditions created for distance teaching and learning) to strengthened connections between school, home and the learner. We welcome your stories about ways you have used digital tools and processes to enhance home-school partnerships as well. Join us when this discussion goes live in Beyond the classroom group.

    smiley  Online web conferencingDigital Resource: Using digital tools to connect beyond the classroom, 16 September - 16 October

    This pick-up-and-go teacher resource captures how digital tools can be used to connect with others to strengthen home school partnerships. This teaching resource links to; place-based learning and strengthening connections with family and whānau. This resource will be hosted in the Beyond the classroom group.

    smiley DISCUSSION POST: Game-based learning and game design, 24 September - 24 October

    In this discussion we build on the themes of game-based learning, gamification and game design can become an integral part of an integrated authentic approach to learning designThis discussion will be hosted in the Teaching group.

Please feel free to let us know what you want to see more of this term or if you have any e-learning events, opportunities to share.

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 and face-to-face meetups and webinars for National Digital Readiness programme
  • Neke Nuku Māui challenge: Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko challenge for te wiki o te reo Māori. Prepare a short video (90 seconds max) which briefly explains one or more concepts from the Hangarau Matihiko or Digital Technologies curriculum content using the kupu Māori (Māori word).

    Submissions open 19 August, Submissions close 18 September, Judging 22-23 September, Winners notified 25th September.

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