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How do you use technology for your own learning?

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Started by Enabling e-Learning 13 Jul 2011 2:06pm () Replies (6)

The new resource - Registered Teacher Criteria and eLearning - explores ways in which you can sustain your own professional learning [Criteria 4] using technology.



There is a number of examples suggested in the resource of ways that you can extend your own thinking using technology.

For "just in time" learning, I find social networking can offer support, via other professionals with whom I can connect.

What works for you? Share an idea that might be useful for a new teacher, or someone reviewing their own practice.


  • Mary St George (View all users posts) 19 May 2012 8:34am ()

    I'm in a lot of online education communities, most of which are concerned with giftedness. Today at 11 a.m. (NZ time) there is a Twitter chat on building your PLN. There will be a gifted focus, and the hashtag is #gtchat.

    I also host a blog tour in June, with a gifted focus. If you have a teaching blog, or you'd like to be a guest blogger, and you have something to say about gifted and talented education, please get in touch, and I can add you to the blog tour schedule. Last year's blog tour is at http://ultranet.giftededucation.org.nz/WebSpace/443/ to give you an idea of what a blog tour is all about.


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