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The Learning areas section has been updated and new pages created that contain school stories and resources to support e-learning across the school curriculum.
Take a look at:
Staying Safe Online: Cybersafety tips from NZ’s leading online companies is a booklet that has been developed by NetSafe in association with several major online content providers including Facebook, YouTube, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, Trade Me, and Twitter.
It has clear and practical tips for reducing risk and encouraging safety, to ensure all New Zealanders can use the internet in a positive way. The booklet has been sent out to all schools and is available for download from the NetSafe website.
Further digital citizenship resources on Enabling e-Learning:
e-asTTle will be unavailable on Thursday 4th September 2014 between 6pm and midnight.
This scheduled outage is to install improved functionality for user maintenance via ESAA Self Service. It will resolve a technical limitation which prohibited some users from maintaining their personal details.
Please pass on this information to all staff who use e-asTTle. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause.
Please contact the MoE Service Desk if you have any queries.
Phone: 0800 225 542 (option 2)
Applications close soon for Special Education study awards. Packages have been developed that offer study leave with an ongoing salary, a contribution towards travel and accommodation, and paid tuition fees.
All NZ schools are again able to get free access to Oxford Art Online, Oxford Music Online and the Oxford English Dictionary Online through EPIC.
The Ministry of Education has allocated some additional funding to add these resources to the annual e-resource subscription on behalf of all NZ schools through EPIC.
Find out more about EPIC's worldwide range of electronic resources from the EPIC website.
Tongan Language Week / Uike Kātoanga’i ‘o e Lea Faka-Tonga takes place this year from Monday 1 September to Sunday 7 September 2014. This resource page provides ideas, resources, and inspiration to help you learn and celebrate the Tongan language with your school community.
NZC Online has launched a new section called Reviewing your curriculum with information, research, tools, suggested areas of focus, and inspirational stories to support schools in the process of curriculum design and review.
This supporting blog post offers a guided tour of the new section, highlighting its structure and features.
The Challenge offers Year 7–13 Māori students an opportunity to learn about the valuable contributions Māori soldiers made in World War II. In addition to the essay category, The Challenge offers a range of media categories for students to present their research in, including short film, musical composition, and photographic essay, with individual and group entries permitted. For more information and entry forms, go to the Ngārimu VC and 28th (Māori) Battalion Scholarship Fund Board Challenge webpage or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Entries close 5pm 19 September 2014.
The Ngārimu VC and 28th (Māori) Battalion Memorial Scholarship Fund Board is now accepting applications from students of Māori descent intending to undertake tertiary education in 2015.
Information and application forms for the scholarships are available on the Ministry of Education website or by emailing email@example.com
From November, 2014, First World War inquiry guides (English medium) and resource packs (Māori medium) for teachers of years 1-13 will be available on Te Kete Ipurangi (TKI).
There is huge interest across generations in the First World War and the Centenary commemorations during 2014-2019 are a great opportunity to engage learners and explore how the events and experiences of the First World War are relevant to today and the future.
The large amount of information on the First World War available will be brought together in the inquiry guides and resource packs so that teachers will be able to quickly and easily develop learning programmes. The Ministry is doing this with the support of the National Library of New Zealand Services to Schools, WW100 Programme Office, Cognition Education, and Core Education.
The first of the inquiry guides and resource packs will be available by November 2014, with more progressively released through to September 2015. We will let you know when they are available via TKI, the Ministry Bulletin for School Leaders, Education Gazette, and the National Library Services to Schools website, newsletter and the Schoollib listserv.
In the meantime, to kick start your inquiry, check out the resources on WW100, NZ History online, and National Library Services to Schools websites: