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Connected Learning Advisory — Te Ara Whītiki: How we can support you

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Started by Nathaniel Louwrens 04 Mar 2016 12:58pm () Replies (3)

Connected Learning Advisory logo The Connected Learning Advisory is a free service for schools and kura offering consistent, unbiased advice on integrating technology with learning so they can get the best results for their students and communities. Schools can contact the advisory via online form or by phone.


The advisory offers support around:

  • what digital technologies and resources are available for schools, and how to best access them
  • how to create a plan for the effective introduction of digital technologies, ultra-fast broadband and WiFi in your school, or to assess your current plan
  • how to engage parents and your local community using technology like social media and websites
  • making decisions about purchasing laptops, tablets, and other ICT equipment for your classrooms
  • demystifying BYOD, software management, data storage, network standards, video conferencing, ICT infrastructure, and modern learning practices using technology.

Live webinar:

On Wednesday 9 March, the Connected Learning Advisory is running a free webinar to explain more about what they do.

Join project leader, Ray Burkhill, and advisers Anne-Louise Robertson and Anaru White as they:

  • Introduce the Connected Learning Advisory, highlighting the purpose of the advisory and how it works
  • Describe how the advisory supports Māori medium schools and kura
  • Share further resources that the advisory produces
  • Share stories of how the advisory has supported schools.

Register for the webinar here >>>

How can the Connected Learning Advisory — Te Ara Whītiki help you? Are you wanting some advice around integrating technology with learning?

You can submit a query with the advisory by visiting www.connectedlearning.org.nz or if you would like to know more about the advisory, feel free to ask a question in the discussion below.


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