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Enabling e-Learning

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Haere mai, talofa lava and welcome to the main group for Enabling e-Learning/Ako-e in the VLN Groups. 

Enabling e-Learning is the Ministry of Education’s online ‘hub’ for ICT-related education resources and programmes in New Zealand. 

You can discuss particular aspects of e-learning in these e-Learning sub-groups:

Enabling e-Learning: Leadership logo  Leadership    |    Technologies_logo.jpg Technologies    |    Enabling e-Learning teaching logo Teaching  | Professional learning.jpgProfessional Learning  |    Enabling e-Learning: Beyond the classroom swirl logo Beyond the Classroom |  Enabling e-Learning Using the e-Learning Planning Frameworks

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Meet our online facilitator: Tessa Gray

 

 

Brief description: The Ministry's hub for e-learning education resources and programmes in New Zealand.

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DISCUSSION POST: Using 3D printing in real-world contexts

18 Sep 2019 - 18 Oct 2019
In this discussion we share how 3D printers are authentically used in primary and secondary classrooms.

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  • Netsafe – New research reveals the online lives of NZ kids

    Netsafe has released Ngā taiohi matihiko o Aotearoa - New Zealand Kids Online looking at the online experiences of Kiwi kids and their confidence in their online safety skills.

    Summary of findings
    • Most New Zealand children have frequent access to the internet, with 77% saying they can often or always go online.
    • The most common places for children to access the internet are at home (96%) and at school (89%).
    • Children use multiple, preferably portable, digital devices to go online. Overall the most commonly used devices are laptop or notebook computers (76%), and smartphones (72%). However, among older children (15-17 years) smartphones are the most frequently used device (93%).
    • Most children said they are confident about their digital skills. However, younger children (9-11 years) are less so than other age groups, particularly in regard to managing privacy.
    • Most children use the internet for entertainment, learning, and socialising, e.g. 90% watched video clips at least once a week. However, children are much less likely to go online for community engagement, civic participation and creative opportunities, e.g. 15% created and shared their own video or music.
    • Social media is ubiquitous among children of all ages who use these tools primarily for socialising and entertainment. There are some gender differences regarding social interaction through social media.

    Read the full report, Exploring NZ children's internet access, skills and opportunities »  

    Posted: 12 days ago

  • Netsafe Schools programme launch

    Today Netsafe launches the revamp of the Netsafe Schools programme. They introduce a new tiered approach. The tiers act as signposts to guide a school’s progress and illustrate their growth in online safety competencies to their wider school community.

    Visit Netsafe Schools »  

    Posted: 39 days ago

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    Posted: 49 days ago