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Makeover for Both Sides of the Fence

31/7/2014

This interactive, curriculum-aligned website from the New Zealand Walking Access Commission has been recently upgraded with new and improved features following a site review and survey of teachers. The latest changes include a new look home page, improved image gallery, curriculum aligned activities, resources, and teaching notes. 

Literacy, English, & ESOL community newsletter – July 2014

30/7/2014

The monthly newsletter from the Literacy, English, and ESOL communities aims to keep you up-to-date with items of interest and information to support you in your role.

Enabling e-learning – July newsletter

29/7/2014

Read the latest updates from the Enabling e-Learning website and community to support building and developing your e-learning capability.

Game on Scotland

29/7/2014

Game on Scotland is the official education programme of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and its legacy. It aims to provide inspiration and learning and teaching opportunities related to Glasgow 2014 and other momentous events happening throughout Scotland in the coming years.  

Many schools and organisations in New Zealand and around the world are already thinking about the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Tell us about your goals and initiatives and we will literally put your schools/organisations on the map. 

For more information about Game on Scotland visit www.gameonscotland.org

e-Learning Planning Framework online tool

28/7/2014

The e-Learning Planning Framework (eLPF) online survey tool is now available for all schools to use. 

The eLPF online tool is intended to support schools with regular self-review and planning for improvement of e-learning skills and knowledge. Use the online survey tool to gather and analyse information from across your school staff, leadership, and community, including students and whānau.

The online survey tool:

  • is an efficient way to gather information in a relatively short space of time – the survey takes approximately 40 minutes
  • gathers information from each individual
  • offers flexibility in terms of access (time and place)
  • helps schools and teachers reflect on, and evaluate, their e-learning capability. 

Schools can register now to use the online tool.

Go to Using the eLPF online tool for further information »

The World of Flags

25/7/2014

Explore this resource from wickED to find out about famous flags, Commonwealth Games, flag design, & related activities for students

Commonwealth Games 2014 Glasgow

24/7/2014

A selection of online resources compiled by National Library Services to Schools to support students who need information about the Commonwealth Games

Technology Online newsletter

24/7/2014

Technology Online is launching a newsletter for all teachers of technology from years 1–13.
It will be published twice a term.
Keep up-to-date with what’s happening and go to Technology Online to sign up.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Funding Terms 3 and 4, 2014

22/7/2014

For state and state integrated schools with English Language Learners (ELLs): Reminder - the closing date for applications for ESOL funding for terms 3 and 4 is Friday 1 August.
Find out more... 

International capabilities – New section on NZC Online

18/7/2014

A new section on NZC Online introduces international capabilities and explains their importance. It provides research, links to the NZC, and further resources to support and inspire. 


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