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  • Using e-learning to inform parents about assessment

    Recently the ICT PD Online blog highlighted the value video can bring to teaching and learning - as a tool for presentations as well as instructional and self assessment purposes.    But here’s an innovative idea from St Andrews Middle School where they have developed a series o...

    Tags: assessment, e-learning, community, parents, inform

  • Enabling e-Learning goes live!

    Welcome to Enabling e-Learning, the Ministry of Education’s new online ‘hub’ for ICT-related education resources and programmes in New Zealand. Enabling e-Learning brings together everything that school leaders and teachers need to improve their e-learning practice, in one easy-...

    Tags: enabling e-learning, e-learning

  • Sign up for weekly e-learning digests

    Every week, the Enabling e-Learning team publishes a short digest, via our blog, that sums up all the discussions/activity related to enhancing learning using technology that is happening around the VLN. What do they look like? Here's the most recent one, from 1 February 2012.   How can ...

    Tags: enabling e-learning, digest, round-up, e-learning

  • Reflection time for Somerset Tekids

    As the time for our school-wide action plans etc to be completed is drawing near - a big part of our ICT action plan reflection will obviously need to be based around the Tekids component. I have asked Louise to complete an individual reflection on the Tekids successes and next ste...

    Tags: e-learning, reflections, student voice, tekids

  • Building an E-Learning Vision

    One of the key pieces we have found at Terrace End to be beneficial in the development of a school wide guideline on policy and practice was in gaining some outside expertise from Lyn Ross, a facilitator from another local ICT PD Cluster. One of the most beneficial was in the development of a Thi...

    Tags: thinking, thinkers keys, e-learning, thinking tools, thinking toolbox, teachers, lead teachers

  • What does it take to be a 21st Century teacher?

    Last week, in response to the leadership wero or 30 day challenge, Warren Hall posted a commentary about the desirablity of looking at new teaching applicants that display dispositions of how to use technologies effectively for teaching and learning. Or, in other words, someone who has the abilit...

    Tags: 21st century, educator, teacher, effective teaching, e-learning

  • Digital citizenship and cybersafety

     Digital citizenship and cybersafety have been a personal interest, which began with the development of the ICT PD digital citizenship modules in 2010. Since then, the commentary has continued in the Core Education blog.   I have equally enjoyed accessing a range of sma...

    Tags: digital citizenship, e-learning, cybersafety

  • Reflections on 2011 at MRGS and the Cluster

    An e-Learning Lead Teacher Reflection Sophie Wright, Mount Roskill Grammar School Director of e-Learning e-Learning Lead team facilitator AHOD Mathematics  Links: Slideshow paralleling this reflection           Conversations (pdf)   M...

    Tags: mrgs, mrgs, e-learning, mount roskill grammar school

  • Welcome back to 2012

     Kia ora koutou Welcome back to the new teaching year and the last year for the ICT PD project as we have come to know it. New developments for PDPL are on the horizon this year and at the very centre of all these, will always be ways to enable our all our students to become confident, conn...

    Tags: e-learning, ict pd, professional learning, resources

  • e-Learning round-up | 16 June 2017

    Tēnā koutou, talofa lava, malo e lelei everyone and welcome to the latest e-learning pānui from across the VLN/EEL community groups. Next week we're proud to host the following webinar with Nicki Tempero.  LIVE WEBINAR: Simple coding in Scratch,...

    Tags: e-learning, panui, newsletter, roundup, calendar, events, news