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Ministry funded PLD national priorities and e-Learning

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Started by Tessa Gray 10 Mar 2020 3:08pm () Replies (1)

National priorities and Enabling e-Learning As you will already know, schools can apply for PLD funding in Term 1 for the following national priorities: Maths, Science, Reading and writing and Digital fluency. 

Enabling e-Learning closely aligns resource creation and conversation around the Ministry of Education's national priorities for professional learning, here, you’ll find a curated list of resources to support you as you find authentic ways to integrate e-learning and ICTs within these national foci. http://elearning.tki.org.nz/Professional-learning/Ministry-funded-PLD

The new national priorities have been refocused to support teachers and leaders and align with the focus on curriculum progress and achievement. Schools, kura and Kāhui Ako can apply for PLD under the new priorities from Term 3 2020.

  • English Medium: cultural capability, local curriculum design, assessment for learning
  • Māori Medium: mātauranga and te reo Māori, marau ā-kura, aromatawai

Enabling e-Learning has also collated e-learning Information, examples, and resources that support working toward the new national priorities. Schools can continue to strengthen their journey, undertake their own professional learning in these areas or use these resources to help apply for PLD support. http://elearning.tki.org.nz/Professional-learning/Ministry-funded-PLD#js-tabcontainer-1-tab-2

Digital resource

NEW! Enabling e-Learning is also about to release a new initiative – a pick up and go series of digital resources to support the effective implementation and integration of e-learning tools and pedagogues. If there are any themes or ideas, you’d like to see more of, we’d love to hear from you. Simply join the e-Learning: Leadership group and comment below.

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e-Learning: Leadership

e-Learning: Leadership

Exploring leadership for change, vision, policy and strategy that integrates ICTs into learning.