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Driving and substance impairment: NZTA resource supports NCEA Level 3 Health


This resource is written by a New Zealand teacher and published by New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA).

Students analyse how medication can impair driving. They examine determinants of health and implications for wellbeing, then recommend health-enhancing strategies.

Data is provided along with resources designed with SOLO Taxonomy. 

The resource supports assessment for Achievement Standard 91461: Analyse a New Zealand health issue.

Technology Online webinar: Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko | Digital Readiness

Technology Online webinar: Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko | Digital Readiness


Technology Online webinar: Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko | Digital Readiness

Wednesday, 20 February, 3.45 pm – 4.45 pm

Register here

Come along and hear Catherine Johnson (English Medium Project Lead) talk about the National Digital Readiness Programme.

Learn how to register, and about the free resources and support available to implement the revised digital technologies curriculum content.

For more information about Kia Takatū ā-Matihiko, see: kiatakatu.ac.nz

Learning with 1:1 digital devices


Browse through this updated section on Enabling e-Learning. It contains a wealth of information and school stories about developing your strategy, selecting and using devices, and providing technical support.

App development in the classroom


Enabling e-Learning has a new page on teaching app development in your classroom, and it is packed with information and examples so you can get started.

When students make apps, they learn: 

  • valuable STEAM skills like coding, programming, graphic design, and content creation
  • how to solve real-world problems with digital design.

Find out how you can get started with app development in your classroom...

Inclusive education: approaches for supporting students with learning support needs

Inclusive Education: approaches for supporting students with learning support needs


The revamped Inclusive Education website has 26 guides for Year 1-13 teachers and school leaders.

The strategies in the guides help you recognise, plan for, and meet the learning and wellbeing needs of all learners.

It includes guides relating to dyslexia, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Universal Design for Learning, and supporting LGBTIQA+ students. 

VLN Primary School - Online Programmes in 2019

VLN Primary School - Online Programmes in 2019


Registrations are invited from schools wishing to participate in the Virtual Learning Network (VLN) Primary School.

There is a wide range of online language programmes as well as extension maths, literacy, digital technology, astronomy, visual arts, web design, life skills, health, and the Over the Back Fence Project.
Find out more and register your interest or email primary@vln.school.nz

Final date for enrolments for Semester 1 will be Friday 22 February 2019. 
Late enrolments may be accepted and will be dependent on timetable and available space.

Tomorrow's schools review: Ngā Kura mō Āpōpō: He Arotake


As part of the national Education Conversation | Kōrero Mātauranga, the Government is reviewing Tomorrow’s Schools – the name given to the reforms that dramatically changed the governance, management, and administration of our schools nearly 30 years ago.

Public consultation on the Tomorrow’s Schools Review report, Our Schooling Futures, Stronger Together l Whiria Ngā Kura Tūātinitini, is open until 7 April 2019.

This can be done via an online survey, public consultation meetings, by emailing submissions, or by emailing queries.

Find out more...

Leading Local Curriculum Guide series


The Leading Local Curriculum Guide series is part of a package, including workshops with teacher-release time, guidance, and tools that will support schools and kura to develop and review local curriculum.

Connected Learning Advisory resources and ongoing support


The Connected Learning Advisory (CLA) service has ended as the Ministry shifts its focus to initiatives that support the Digital Technology and Hangarau Matihiko curriculum changes.

The CLA's extensive library of resources is now incorporated within the Enabling e-Learning website, along with links to other Ministry initiatives providing ongoing support.

Student voice: Enabling student leadership, agency, and voice


Student Voice, from Bullying-Free NZ, sets out the importance of student voice in finding solutions to bullying, and promoting good practice in student participation.

It includes a guide for schools, promoting good practice in student participation, agency and voice, and ideas for putting student leadership, agency, and voice into practice.

For more bullying prevention tools and resources go to the Bullying-Free NZ website.