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Vision. Strategy. Implementation. Effective leadership is critical in implementing effective e-learning practices throughout your school.

Real-time reporting

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Schools that have implemented real-time reporting experience significant benefits. Parents are more engaged with their child's learning. Deeper conversations about learning can take place at parent-teacher-student conferences.

Find out more about real-time reporting, software available, and how to setup the system in your school »

The strategic thinking roadmap is a guide designed to help your leadership team implement a strategic direction that ensures technologies are integrated into a school-wide drive for effective teaching and learning.

More about the strategic thinking roadmap »

Engage staff, students, and the wider community to develop a negotiated curriculum in which the use of digital technologies is clearly aligned with the school vision and strategy.

More about reviewing the school curriculum »

The e-Learning Planning Framework enables schools to identify where they are in terms of e-learning capability, and plan their next step.

The eLPF online survey tool supports this review and provides data for easy analysis. 

Find out more about using the eLPF »

This page provides up-to-date information about Communities of Learning | Kāhui Ako and a comprehensive list of resources to support Communities of Learning with:

  • getting started to develop achievement challenges
  • working collaboratively
  • developing their action plans.  

More about Communities of Learning »

An innovative learning environment (ILE) supports strengths-based teaching and learning. It offers students and teachers flexibility, agency, ubiquity, and connectedness. Effective pedagogy underpins practice in an ILE. 

Find out more about leading planning for an ILE »

Te Kanohi Mataara | Leadership 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 Kanohi Mataara page contains school stories and examples to support Kura Kaupapa Māori.

To lead for diversity means to actively respond to the diversity in the school population.

Find out more about culturally responsive leadership »

Waerenga O Kuri School used a collaborative process for developing their Māori achieving success as Māori (MASAM) framework.

Find out more about MASAM supported by learning with digital technologies »

The e-learning direction for your school must be part of your school vision. 

Use the information and school examples to see how you can develop a vision that:

  • describes how ICT enables improvement in teaching and learning to raise student achievement
  • is integrated across the school at all levels
  • reflects the school community’s needs.

The role of e-leader can be developed to support the implementation of your digital technologies plan. 

This may include:

  • exploring and sharing current research, effective e-learning pedagogy, and practice
  • supporting teacher inquires into practice and identifing how digital technologies can support inclusion, student engagement, learning, and collaboration
  • modelling and sharing effective use of technologies

Find out more about the e-leader role »

e-Learning community discussions

Join these groups to participate in discussions with other teachers/educators about the content here, or that is relevant for you.

Enabling e-Learning
e-Learning: Leadership
e-Learning: Teaching
e-Learning: Technologies
e-Learning: Professional Learning
e-Learning: Beyond the classroom
Using the e-Learning Planning Frameworks

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