e-Learning enables learning opportunities to be tailored to students’ individual needs and interests, improving achievement and engagement.
Digital Technologies is now part of the national curriculum for all students from Year 1–13. Students have the opportunity to specialise from year 11 to year 13. From 2020 all schools will teach the new content.
Practical information and classroom examples of how to:
The inclusive classrooms section provides information and examples demonstrating how you can use digital technologies to build a classroom community where every child is valued and is able to reach their potential.
Find specific information on supporting:
The Ministry's outlines for:
Learning design is the practice of planning, sequencing, and managing learning activities, usually using ICT-based tools to support both design and delivery. Learning pedagogy and design-theory meet to define a people-based, flexible learning environment.
Te Ako | Teaching 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 Ako page contains school stories and examples to support Kura Kaupapa Māori.
Literature suggests we need to be future-oriented and adaptable, adopting a more complex view of knowledge, that incorporates knowing, doing, and being.
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Find practical information and classroom examples of using digital technologies to support students develop agency.
Using digital technologies to support learner agency »
Join these groups to participate in discussions with other teachers/educators about the content here, or that is relevant for you.
e-Learning: Professional Learning
e-Learning: Beyond the classroom
Using the e-Learning Planning Frameworks
Connected Learning Advisory
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