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Selection of schools for learning with digital technologies professional learning and development (LWDT PLD), funded by the Ministry of Education, is managed by Regional Ministry offices.
Priority groups include schools/kura/clusters:
The LWDT PLD programme combines online and face-to-face support. The PLD may include guidance with:
The system of support section on the NZC website has information about the everyday resources and tools available to learners, teachers, leaders, and schools. The purpose of these centrally funded and managed supports is to supplement a school’s improvement actions.
Professional Learning and Development (PLD) is the provision of support for leaders and teachers to improve student achievement outcomes, particularly for priority learner groups, across a number of identified areas.
Allocation of these resources is based on priority of need and is linked to schools’ targets and annual plans as set out in their charters. Schools need to talk with local or regional MoE staff about these supports.
Your local office Ministry of Education advisor is available to support in your next steps.
Tools to help with this can be found in the Self-review tools section of NZ Curriculum Online. Your analysis will be the basis for requesting PLD from your Regional Team.
Register your interest by contacting the senior advisor at your Regional Ministry office .
Teaching as inquiry through an e-learning lens
Anna Harrison, facilitator with the learning with digital technologies professional learning and development (LWDT PLD) team, talks about the value of the teaching and inquiry model as a basis for PLD for e-learning.
A blended approach to e-learning PLD
Teachers from Paihia School talk about the benefits of implementing a blended approach to e-learning professional learning and development (PLD).
Teaching as inquiry through a blended e-learning lens
Facilitators and teachers discuss teaching as inquiry through a blended e-learning lens.
Tailoring professional learning to enhance literacy e-learning needs: A blended model
Teachers discuss tailored professional learning to enhance literacy e-learning needs using a blended model.
Introducing the SAMR model
In this video Diana Wilkes explains how she as a facilitator has introduced the (SAMR) Substitution, Augmentation, Modification, and Redefinition model with digital technologies into the schools she works with.
Developing critical thinking using the SAMR model
Diana Wilkes discusses how using the SAMR framework – substitution, augmentation, modification, and redefinition, helped shift teachers skills and ability from merely using ICTs, to making the best choices of technologies for their students' learning.
The power of online professional learning communities
Josie Woon, Assistant Principal at Takaro School, talks about how and why she uses the Virtual Learning Network. The community has helped her integrate technology into her class in a purposeful way by enabling her to connect with other "expert" teachers.
The impact of using the Virtual Learning Network on professional development
Teachers discuss the impact of using the Virtual Learning Network on their professional development.
Using the Virtual Learning Network as part of a blended professional learning model
Teachers discuss using the Virtual Learning Network as part of a blended professional learning model and the benefits it has had for their cluster.
Bringing the classroom to the community
Staff at Mahurangi Christian School discuss how the school connects the classroom to the community through digital technologies.
Introducing digital technologies to the community through student voice
Staff and students of Ruawai Primary School used student voice to share with their parent community the ways in which digital technologies are used to support learning, and to share what students are learning with their families.
Integrating digital technologies into the curriculums
Principal of Mahurangi Christian School, Helen Pearson talks about the shift from a teacher centred approach to a student centred approach supported by 1:1 iPads. Students describe why their levels of engagement have increased as a result.
The Learning with Digital Technologies (LWDT) PLD team from the Te Toi Tupu consortium work in partnership with the Ministry of Education to mentor schools in the National LWDT PLD programme.
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