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  • Jim Townshend 10 Nov 2012 8:04pm () in The e-Learning Planning Framework - how and why to use it | NAPP Kōrero 16

    Hi again!

    The comments have also helped me to see how easy it is to see at glance where our teachers and school and me! are at along the continuum of each dimension. I can see this being a useful tool for PLDs with staff e.g- What would our school look like if all of our learning activities integrated teachnology throughout the School day? How would we know this was happening? What would students be doing? I can also see that this might be a useful tool to support setting of perosnal prfessional goals for our teahcers (and me) for our next appriasal cycle. Great resource!

  • Jim Townshend 10 Nov 2012 7:53pm () in The e-Learning Planning Framework - how and why to use it | NAPP Kōrero 16

    Kia ora koutou!

    Reading everyone's posts on where they are up on this has been very interersting and quite reassuring!

    Late in 2010, we were working on developing our School Curriculum. Due to Canterbury Earthquakes our school has undergone some major changes and it is only just now that we have finally returned to completing this.

    In many ways, this has been a positive thing as we are able to rewrite our curriculum in our new context, that is a school across three sites. It is also timely that the e-Learing framework is available to fit 'hand in glove' to our new School curriculum.  Of particular value to use right now is the Teaching and Learning dimension. I shall bring this to the School Curriculum writing group and we will include the essence of the e-Learning framework in our new School Curriculum.