Copy
Enabling e-Learning Newsletter, Term 1 2017
View this email in your browser
Kia ora koutou,

We have been busy over the summer break developing new content for the Enabling e-Learning website and planning a new series of free webinars and discussions in our online community.

Check out what's new!

Professional learningProfessional learning

 

Enabling e-Learning calendar of events – Term 1

  • Diving into Seesaw, 29 Mar 3:45-4:45pm 
  • Authentic learning in specialist areas, 3:45-4:45 pm
Full list of events »
 


New – Digital citizenship modules

These free self-paced learning modules can be used for personal or staff professional development. Questions for reflection and discussion are contained in each module.

The modules are designed to be flexible, so you can select the content that is relevant to you and your school from each of them. Take a look through the four modules covering:



Updated – Practising Teacher Criteria and e-learning

This section has been completely revised and updated. The twelve criteria have been "unpacked" with practical examples for teachers to support each criterion.

Enabling e-Learning: TeachingTeaching

 


Makerspaces

Kim Baars, Taupaki SchoolMakerspaces are collaborative workshops where students gain practical hands-on experience with new technologies and innovative processes to design and build projects.

Take a look through the new Makerspaces page with, information, school stories, examples, and resources that support teachers to utilise this innovative approach to learning.

Professional learningLeadership



Using digital technologies to support culturally responsive leadership

Pegasus Bay SchoolPegasus Bay School have been on a two and a half year journey to build culturally inclusive practices. They began by involving whānau and the community to develop their place-based approach to learning.

Find out more about their journey and plan how you can develop culturally responsive practices in your school »

Enabling e-Learning: Ministry initiativesMinistry Initiatives



Professional learning for leaders of digital technologies

Connected Learning Advisory logoFree one-day workshops focus on effective ways to manage and plan for use of digital technologies to support learning.

  • Term 1 – workshops in Auckland and Tauranga
  • Term 2 – workshops in Wellington and the Kapiti Coast
Registration details »
Copyright © 2017, Ministry of Education, All rights reserved.
Our mailing address is:
e-learning@tki.org.nz

Want to change how you receive these emails?
You can update your preferences or unsubscribe from this list.






This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Ministry of Education New Zealand · Level 3 (Reception) 45-47 Pipitea Street · Thorndon · Wellington, Wgn 6011 · New Zealand