There is always more to learn about using digital technology effectively in your teaching practice and sharing your knowledge and ideas with others.
Check out the Term three calendar of events .
Our latest webinar – App development in the classroom can now be accessed online .
These discussions are on right now!
Ki te Ahikāroa or Regional Meetups are hands-on workshops that support teachers, kaiako, and leaders understand and implement the new Digital Technologies and Hangarau Matihiko curricula content.
Pegasus Bay School staff share their approach to developing culturally responsive practice.
Story Hui is a group storytelling process that can be used by teachers to evaluate 21st century learning in deeper and wider terms. Story Hui combines teachers' success stories with visual mapping, digital transcripts, and a group questioning process that helps to uncover hidden meaning, value, and impact.
Whanake Ngaiotanga | Professional learning 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 Whanake Ngaiotanga page contains school stories and examples to support Kura Kaupapa Māori.
INTERFACEXpo is free event for people who make and influence the decisions about the direction and implementation of digital technology solutions at their school.
Hosted by INTERFACE Magazine, this one-day conference takes place at:
The Techweek19 School Series is free. It contains events for children of all ages. It is focussed on inspiring children and building critical skills.
With daily webcast events, the programme for the week also includes local events featuring role models from the tech sector and hands-on activities to get your students engaged with science and technology.
The six teacher standards have been "unpacked" using e-learning examples to illustrate each standard.
Teachers can use this resource to:
These free self-paced learning modules are for personal or staff professional development. Questions for reflection and discussion are contained in each module.
The modules are designed to be flexible, so you can select the content that is relevant to you and your school from each of them.
There are four modules covering:
Join these groups to participate in discussions with other teachers/educators about the content here, or that is relevant for you.
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