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Notes and Ideas

Flow Chart
School Vision
Key Question
'What is it that we want our school to stand for?'
Action Questions
! What is schooling in today's world? (looking teacher & student roles)
! What skills do we want our kids to leave our school with? What big
ideas? What values and attitudes?
! With all these skills, values and attitudes in mind, what is the purpose
of our school?

Vision for eLearning infusion into classroom practice
What is your vision for eLearning in your school?
Why is eLearning important? What should teaching and learning
look like?
Examples:
A community of learners where eLearning is infused into classroom practices or
A community of life-long learners who confidently use eLearning tools and online
environments to connect, collaborate and create.

e-Learning Strategy
Making your vision happen!

Identifying key goals and strategies for:
! Teaching & learning eLearning practices
! Increasing teacher capability to plan for and model eLearning
! Engaging with the community through eLearning
! ICT supported administration and resourcing
! Improved ICT infrastructure

ICTs and eLearning Model
What is your schools eLearning model?
Planning to develop capability to support eLearning and admin
! What will we need to do to achieve our vision? In what ways
will ICTs be use, when and why? What changes need to be
made and why? Who will be involved?
! Infrastructure and computer network how are things set up?
! How will ICTs be organised in the school? How many
computers? Where are they? Do you lease or buy?
! BYOD? Why? Who? What? Rationale & organisation.
! Technical and e-Learning support who and how?
! What do we need to change?
Action Plan
How will we put our plans into action?
Relating to specific goals:
! What needs to happen?
! Who is going to do it and by when?
! What was the result?
! Reflections and where to next
! Review annually
NZ Curriculum
Confident, connected, actively
involved, life-long learners

eLearning Planning Framework
Leadership and strategic direction
Professional learning
Teaching and Learning
Technologies and Infrastucture
Beyond the classroom

Developing an eLearning Culture
! Using digital formats and cloud
storage to co-create and share
! eLearning shared by students and
teachers at assemblies, staff
meetings and parent evenings.
! Use of online environments (blogs)
! Making e-Learning an integral
characteristic of your school

Teachers integrate eLearning to
engage students in:
! Exploring and experimenting
! Thinking and working creatively
! Reflecting and planning
! Using feedback and self-
assessment
! Creating new knowledge
! Communicating with others
! Working interactively
! The use of online environments
! Using SISOMO to give students a
voice and an audience

Visions of the future should be
linked to students real world and
interests.
Questions need to be asked about
how we see classrooms of the future
and the role of the teacher in those
scenarios.
Changed teacher and student roles

21
st
Century Learners
Life-long learners
Actively involved
Connected
Confident
Constructivist approach
Personalised learning
Inquiry learning
Key Competencies
Thinking strategies

Sharing an understanding that eLearning is where learning (increasingly) happens