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e-Learning enables learning opportunities to be tailored to students’ individual needs and interests, improving achievement and engagement.

Project-based learning

This new page explains project-based learning. It has lots of practical information and classroom examples of how to:

  • get started developing project-based learning in your classroom
  • use digital technologies to support project-based learning.

Digital Technologies will be part of The New Zealand Curriculum, beginning at Year 1 from 2018.

Find out

  • what this new strand is all about
  • the implementation process
  • how you can prepare to teach this strand.
NZ Sign language week 2017

Check out the Apps and videos to support learning NZ sign language in your classroom on the Support students who are Deaf or hard of hearing page »

Practical information and examples to support you with developing your current school practices for responsible digital citizens.

More information on Digital citizenship »

Inclusive pedagogy is focused on including all students in learning. 

Use the information and examples demonstrating how you can use digital technologies to build a classroom community where every child is valued and is able to reach their potential.

More about inclusive classrooms »  

Practical steps for integrating technologies into your assessment processes.
Find out more about Assessment and e-learning »  

Learning design is the practice of planning, sequencing, and managing learning activities, usually using ICT-based tools to support both design and delivery. Learning pedagogy and design-theory meet to define a people-based, flexible learning environment. 

Find out more about learning design »  

Te Ako | Teaching is one of the five dimensions of the e-Learning Planning Framework. This website is designed to support schools develop their e-learning capability across the five dimensions. The Te Ako page contains school stories and examples to support Kura Kaupapa Māori.

The effect of fibre broadband on student learning
About two students at an average-sized primary school will reach the National Standards in reading, writing, and mathematics because of the school’s access to fibre broadband. The study from Motu Economic and Public Policy Research Trust (NZ) is the first research anywhere in the world to specifically evaluate the effect of fibre broadband on educational achievement.

See more research »

What are you doing with your students to inquire into ANZAC day?

Go to ANZAC day e-learning resources for:

  • links to discussions and crowd sourced resources in the Virtual Learning Network
  • NZ Curriculum resources
  • useful links to NZ websites with lots of information, and interactive activities for students.

Find practical information and classroom examples of using digital technologies to support students develop agency.
Using digital technologies to support learner agency »

Spiral of inquiry – Developing a Makerspace to create successful learning experiences for priority learners

Find out about the Marshland School year 7 and 8 teaching team's inquiry into the effect of authentic learning on increasing student motivation and engagement. Students identified their own real-life problems in this project-based approach, and created solutions to these within the Makerspace the team developed.

Innovative learning environment

Information and examples to support teachers working in an innovative learning environment where teaching and learning is collaborative.

Find out more »

Use the information and practical classroom examples across the curriculum to transform your teaching through deliberate planning for the use of ICTs.

Online resources to support teachers planning for:

Access all online resources »

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