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enabling e-Learning

Enabling e-Learning brings together relevant information, resources, and communities to support teachers and schools in developing their e-learning practice. More »

Learning with 1:1 digital devices 

Increased access to a personal device can enable inclusive and more personalised learning pathways through the curriculum. Akonga/students and teachers can work together to integrate technologies enabling choice, collaboration, and opportunities to connect in ways that support learning outcomes. Find out more about planning and implenting learning with 1:1 digital devices »

Māui app launched

Whakatipu has just released a new bilingual app for iPhone and iPad in time f...

New ICT Advisory Service

Associate Education Minister Nikki Kaye recently announced the establishment...

Māori language week 21-27 July

This year the theme for te wiki o te reo Māori is te kupu o te wiki, the word...

TELA laptops scheme school survey 2013 
This report outlines the results of the TELA Laptops Scheme School Survey for 2013. This survey was conducted in order to determine whether the current products offered by the TELA Scheme are meeting user needs and to examine the quality of support services schools receive from Telecom Rental.

Disrupting the boundaries of teaching and learning: How digital devices became a resource for transformative change in a time of crisis 
The Pegasus Digital Devices Project saw the integration of 600 digital devices into 11 primary schools from the eastern Pegasus Bay region of Christchurch. The report outlines how the project came about, who was involved, how the devices were integrated into schools, and the learning and change that occurred for teachers, students and the community as a result.

Future-focused learning in connected communities  
This report aims to help inform government planning around 21st century skills and digital competencies. It suggests ten strategic priorities, potential device policies, and further professional development for teachers.

The Māori medium e-Learning Planning Framework (MMeLPF) is now available to all schools. It has been developed to support Māori medium settings to:

  • a self-review tool for schools to gather evidence about practice
  • a 'road map' for building e-learning capability
  • a tool to evaluate the effectiveness of e-learning programmes
  • resources and services to support schools as they build capability.

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The Ministry of Education is working to ensure schools are well placed to take advantage of learning with digital technologies. To support your school to connect to, and make the most of, the N4L Managed Network go to Connecting to the N4L Managed Network.

Priority learners are groups of students who have been identified as historically not experiencing success in the New Zealand schooling system. These include Māori and Pacific learners, those from low socio-economic backgrounds, and students with special education needs. Find out more about priority learners and e-learning »

This resource illustrates how e-learning examples can be used to support the Registered Teacher Criteria. The twelve criteria have been "unpacked" with examples provided for each criteria. Learn more »

The framework enables schools to identify where they are in terms of e-learning capability, and plan their next step. Phases of the eLPF describe pedagogical development and technology integration. Find out more about this new content »

e-Learning is learning and teaching that is facilitated by or supported through the appropriate use of information and communication technologies. Read more »

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