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Effective e-learning is underpinned by the appropriate digital technologies, including infrastructure, digital devices, resources, content, and services.

Discussion starters, practical steps, and school stories to support successful use of digital technologies.

Resources produced by the Connected Learning Advisory to provide schools with useful technology information.

Classroom snapshots showing how effective integration of technologies can raise student learning outcomes.

Being a competent creator of 3D models supports future-focused learning. 3D modelling is a key skill in many industries.

Blogs can be published by classes or individuals, and are great for recording projects and reflections on learning.

Quality learning environments support strengths-based teaching with flexibility, openness, and access to resources.

What is an e-Portfolio? What are the benefits for students and their whānau? Tools and information to get you started.

QR codes, interactive whiteboards, projectors, and computer screens provide ways for students to engage in learning.

An LMS is software to organise and deliver online learning in schools. It's the school’s central hub of teaching and learning.

Two students working on a presentation

Presentation tools enable students to collaborate, organise, and share their learning with an audience.

Utilities and gadgets may be used to support learning by providing organisation, tracking, or activities to reinforce learning.

Learning with 1:1 devices involves every student having access to a device that can enhance and transform their learning.

Guidance on using data to support students as they move through school, between schools, and beyond school.

Cloud-based services are ICT resources provided over the internet, rather than on individual computers or school servers.

Tips for teachers working with a virtual class, and lots of practical resources for setting up and getting started.

Assistive technology is a device, or software that makes learning and communication simpler and more functional.

Discussion questions to examine if current school-wide systems will meet pressure from your enhanced e-learning capabiliity.

Information and school stories to inform planning and decisions for creating and maintaining a reliable infrastructure.

Integrate digital technologies into te reo Māori learning. Consider how different tools develop aspects of the reo.

Students at Tauranga Primary School used iPads to consolidate their knowledge base, and reinforce learning intentions.

G Suite is a suite of hosted email and collaboration applications for schools and other educational organisations.

Students improve their literacy skills, and explore oral, written, and visual language by creating digital texts.

Social software enables social interactions through digital technologies, such as the Internet or mobile devices.

Writing and publishing tools allow students to share their work with a wider audience, and often receive feedback.

This guide offers schools starting points and a brief roadmap to support planning for a 1:1 digital programme.

Mā ngā taputapu nei e taea ai e te kura te tūhono atu ki ngā momo taonga me ngā rawa hangarau maha o te ao matihiko nei.

A password manager takes the effort out of using unique, secure passwords. Learn why everyone should consider using one.

The end of the year can be a very busy time. What does it look like for students to take home their digital work?

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