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Beyond the classroom

This dimension of the e-Learning Planning Framework describes new opportunities and possibilities for schools to engage with families/whānau and the wider community.

Using social media to connect with your community

This Connected Learning Advisory guide offers schools starting points to support planning for, and getting started, using social media with their communities. Social media (like blogs and wikis) allow users to create, share, and interact with digital content.

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Information and resources supporting schools to engage with their community to plan and respond to the impact of technologies, particularly digital citizenship and cybersafety.
More about teaching digital citizenship »

How is your school engaging with your local Māori community? Use the stories, reports, and reviews reflecting effective practices to support Māori learners to achieve education success as Māori. 
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Using social media is a fast and effective way to connect with your community. Schools are using Facebook, Twitter, and other applications successfully.  
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Find out how you can use digital technologies to support engagement and communication with parents, whanau, and your local community.

Meeting parents, families, and community members face-to-face is an essential part of connecting with the Pasifika community. Ongoing connections can be supported and enhanced through the use of technologies.

Connecting with Pasifika families and communities »


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