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  • Paula's Pages

    Initially looked at Paula Jamieson's wikipage through the ICTPD Online Newsletter for her preofessional readings page.  There are also some good pages for teacher PD, especiall...

  • Software for Learning - Snapshots

    ...llustrate how software and digital content, from Digistore and /or Software for Learning, have been integrated to support teaching and learning in New Zealand classrooms. They are...

  • Software for Learning wiki

    ...Learning website on TKI, which features quality software recommended by New Zealand teachers for use in...e wiki is to extend our understanding of e-learning and pedagogy in the New Zealand Curriculum and as a c...

  • ulearning @edublogs

    "News and views on ubiquitous, mobile, connected 21st century learning"

  • ICT New Zealand

    Trevor Bond's Web site.  Great information on developing questioning skills for students.  Good rubric for supporting students understanding of how to ask higher level questions. 

  • MyPortfolio Diigo group

    Everything to do with MyPortfolio, an eportfolio service for New Zealand schools.

  • Virtual Learning Network: Nancy Groh's bookmarked items

     New Zealand's central content hub  for teachers promoting digitalcitizenship and cybersafety. The  site is searchable by  topic, year level  and learning area.

  • Matamata DistrICT Cluster

    ...ster is based in the East Waikato and is made up of primary and intermediate schools in and around Matamata. Matamata is a thriving and progressive New Zealand rural town and distri...

  • VLN Mentoring Group

    Description: This group is to help new schools/clusters etc understand and develop their capability of how the VLN works: Philosophically and Practically: Members of this group must be prepared to mentor new users

  • Bridging the Gap ICTPD Cluster

    A New Zealand ict_pd professional learning cluster using SOLO Taxonomy to learn how to "learn well" and learn how to "live well" with technology. Cluster schools: Al-Madinah School, Jean Batten School, Royal Oak Intermediate School and Waterlea School