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e-Learning and digital technologies resources going forward

imageKia ora koutou ma, well here we are, nearly at the end of an interesting, challenging, at times stressful year and as a profession, we kept our heads up and continued with the mahi as best we could. We adapted fast to distance teaching and learning and we shared like we’ve never shared before.

So it’s nearly time to take a bow and well-earned break and when you’re ready to fuel up on professional learning again (or if you’re in continuous learning mode), there are rich rauemi (resources) for you to access, share and use.


imageOur Enabling e-Learning community groups (Leadership, Technologies, Teaching, Professional Learning, Beyond the Classroom, Using the e-Learning Planning Frameworks) have an archive of wonderful discussions with members sharing e-learning related resources and ideas and you’ve helped contribute to collaborative projects for everyone to access. Community members have also been generous enough to share their expertise and leadership in our hosted webinars and interviews with gurus.


We’ve refreshed the look in Enabling e-Learning to make e-learning content more accessible and shared your stories schools in the media gallery and as snapshots of learning. We’ve also created some digital resources you can use (and share) as part of your professional inquiry.


imageKia takatū ā-Matihiko has a wealth of resources to support the implementation of digital technologies and Technology Online has resources to support how these are implemented within, across and beyond the Technology learning area.


So, when the school holidays arrive, take some time to top up your wairua, spend quality time with whānau and friends; these rauemi kete will be here for you when you return.


Image source: Kete:Tessa Gray, Public domain images: Exhausted woman CC0 Public domain


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