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

Planning and developing an innovative learning environment 

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 planning for an ILE »

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 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 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 »

From literacy to fluency to citizenship: Digital citizenship in education

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Netsafe presents a revised model of digital citizenship. Digital citizenship combines the confident, fluent use of:

  • skills and strategies to access technology to communicate, connect, collaborate, and create
  • attitudes, underpinned by values that support personal integrity and positive connection with others
  • understanding and knowledge of the digital environments and contexts in which they are working, and how they integrate on/offline spaces.

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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 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 »

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 »

Kathy Moy-Low (past principal of Holy Cross School) describes how she planned and implemented processes to ensure sustainability and capability of e-learning across the school. 

Find out more about strategic planning »