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There is always more to learn about using digital technology effectively in your teaching practice and sharing your knowledge and ideas with others.

Identify how your current practice supports the six teacher standards using e-learning examples to illustrate.

To maintain a 21st century focus teachers need to be continually learning via educationally challenging discussions.

These resources are designed to support you, and your school, in assessing and developing your e-capability.

Explore a range of resources such as PLD, coaching, mentoring and other supports to build teacher capacity.

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Digital citizenship is a key component of future-focused learning. These self-paced modules are for personal or whole-staff use.

Use the Substitution Augmentation Modification Redefinition (SAMR) model, to see how technology impacts teaching.

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The phases – from Pre-emerging through to Empowering – describe how technology is integrated into teaching and learning.

Enhance your PLD with Story Hui – a group storytelling process for teachers to evaluate learning in deeper and wider terms.

Kei tēnei whārangi ētahi pitopito kōrero hei āwhina i tō māramatanga me tō mōhiotanga ki MMeLPF, tērā e kīia nei ko Te Rangitukutuku.

An interactive resource provided by the Ministry of Education to build an online community of New Zealand educators.

Professional learning and development for schools, kura and Kāhui Ako to support learning with digital technologies.

Confused about what a term means in the context of the e-Learning Planning Framework? Look it up here.

The eLPF online tool offers flexibility and inclusion for those who might not be able to attend a staff meeting.

Flipped PLD enables staff to access relevant information prior to the face-to-face PLD session, via online resources.

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Inquiring into teaching practice enables identification of successful approaches to improving outcomes for all students.

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Collaborative inquiry involves teachers working together to examine focused aspects of their educational practices.

Kei tēnei whārangi ētahi pitopito kōrero hei āwhina i tō māramatanga me tō mōhiotanga ki MMeLPF, tērā e kīia nei ko Te Rangitukutuku.

He anga Te Rangitukutuku ka tautoko i ngā kura me ngā kaiako ki te aro ki tō rātou mārama, me tō rātou mātau ki ngā mahi ako-e.

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