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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 »

This video prompts you to consider why you might conduct a review. It could be used with staff, in parent meetings, or to inform any users of the eLPF in printed or electronic versions.

For more information go to Using the eLPF online tool »

New provider for $5 million digital advisory service

Associate Education Minister Nikki Kaye today announced that CORE Education h...

New online resources share future-focused learning examples

A new web section has been launched to share some of the diverse ways schools...

Enabling e-Learning newsletter out now

New school stories, resources, and information from the Enabling e-Learning w...

Preparing for a Renaissance in Assessment
This is a summary of the article Preparing for a Renaissance in Assessment, written by Pearson’s Chief Education Advisor, Sir Michael Barber and assessment expert, Dr Peter Hill. Writer Vicky Weston notes how the authors argue that current assessment methods are no longer working, and that new technologies will transform assessment and testing in education. It itemises steps in a "Framework for Action" that the authors suggest should be taken for policymakers, schools, school-system leaders, and other key players to prepare for the assessment renaissance. The page has a link to the download and an includes an online interview with the authors.

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

  • 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 »

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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