Use the content in this section to find information, examples, and resources to support your development of e-learning within the whole school curriculum. Plan for your staff, students and the wider community to develop and own a negotiated curriculum in which technologies are assimilated with clear alignment to the vision and strategy. It is suggested you use this content in conjunction with the e-Learning Planning Framework .
Plan and put into practice authentic learning experiences that will make the best use of technologies to support student-driven inquiry practices by:
The Principal of Mahurangi Christian School talks about the shift from a teacher centred approach to a student centred approach supported by 1:1 iPads.
Staff at St Hilda's talk about the difference using technology has made to teaching and learning.
Sam Cunnane, head of the arts faculty at Fraser High School, talks about an experiment in cross-curricular teaching at secondary school level.
At St Hilda's Collegiate, every Year 9 student is mentored with someone from the local community and they work throughout the year on their Passion project
Senior secondary students reflect on how their learning has changed at Fraser High School through curriculum integration and the use of authentic contexts as they produced the first issue of Passionfruit magazine.
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ICT and curriculum design
A resource designed to help schools think about the elements for designing a localised curriculum.
Reviewing your curriculum
This section of the NZC Online website supports school and curriculum leaders, and professional learning and development providers with the process of curriculum design and review. It includes information, research, tools, suggested areas of focus, and inspirational stories to help schools make decisions about how to give effect to the national curriculum.
English and e-Learning
Relevant, up-to-date information, resources, stories, and readings from English Online that provide practical support on the use of ICTs in the classroom.
This report looks in detail at the learning practices in nine secondary schools where ICTs for learning are well embedded. The study reports that ICTs create the opportunity for a wide variety of learning practices and make new forms of classroom practice possible. The key changes include:
This article by Tessa Gray, ICT Adviser, University of Waikato, describes how ICTs can be effectively integrated into the classroom.
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e-Learning: Professional Learning
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Using the e-Learning Planning Frameworks
Connected Learning Advisory in the VLN
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