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Enabling e-Learning Newsletter
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Kia ora,
In this newsletter we share the latest updates from the Enabling e-Learning website and online community.

We want your stories 

How are you building digital fluency at your school? We are seeking school stories to illustrate planning for and using digital technologies to support learning and teaching. If you are taking a STEAM approach or using some specific technologies such as 3D printers, Augmented Reality, or SeeSaw, we would love to hear from you!

Professional learning

Professional learning

Enabling e-Learning online community events

We have some great webinars and online discussion forums for term 2:

Register now for the first webinar of the term:

Take part in the first online discussion of the term:

And, if you missed it last term, you can view the recording of our recent webinar exploring Scratch.

 

DT & HM regional meetups

 
Meetups are scheduled in all regions for term 2. Check out your options on the Kia Takatū-ā-Matahiko Digital Readiness website: Ki te Ahikāroa meetups

 

Event – INTERFACEXpo 2019


Lincoln, 24 May; Napier, 28 May; and Auckland, 30 May.
Explore the latest trends and innovations in e-learning.  Free for school educators.

View the programme
Enabling e-Learning: Teaching

Teaching


New – Using Minecraft as a tool for learning


Minecraft encourages problem-solving, creativity, and collaboration. Students can explore curriculum subjects by building dynamic representations of them in the world of Minecraft.  

Samoan language week


26 May – 1 June.  Why not make it a week to think about how you are supporting your Samoan students?  

Event – Techweek19 School series


20-26 May. Daily webcasts and a nationwide programme of events for children of all ages.

View programme

 

 

Enabling e-Learning Leadership

Leadership

Curriculum design


If local curriculum is a current focus in your school, take a look at this page on curriculum review and planning for digital technologies.
Enabling e-Learning Technologies

Technologies

Connected Learning Advisory resources


The Connected Learning Advisory (CLA) developed these resources to support schools with digital technology questions and activities.
Enabling e-Learning: Ministry initiatives

Your feedback helps

We would love to hear from you if you have ideas to make the website easier to use, or better for you, or if you have ideas for future blog posts or newsletters.

Email us at: elearning.tki.org.nz

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