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From 2012, selection of schools for learning with digital technologies professional learning and development (PLD), funded by the Ministry of Education, will be managed by Regional Ministry offices.
Priority groups will include schools/kura/clusters:
The Regional PLD programme combines online and face-to-face support. The PLD may include guidance with:
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.
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.
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 adviser at your regional Ministry office.
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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