Schools will use e-learning to give effect to the New Zealand Curriculum / Te Marautanga o Aotearoa by increasing the capability of:-





National Goal
Cluster Goals
Success Indicators
Evidence could be -
Links to Evidence
Students to become successful digital citizens
To assist teachers to provide opportunities for students to work in ways
appropriate and preparatory for the world in which they will function as adults

To develop teacher understanding and use of online areas so that they
and their students will regularly work in online environments and follow netiquette.
Each school has explored their understanding of digital citizenship
and implemented programmes that have enabled students to develop
necessary skills, values and processes.

Students are responsible users of the internet aware of how to operate safely
and treat other people in this online environment.
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Student voice (video, text, audio)
Teacher voice
Photos
Blog / wiki posts
Rubrics


To upskill teachers to ensure that students will become regular, informed
and responsible users of technology who collaborate and problem solve
to meet challenges
Students are exploring new software / web 2.0 tools and are problem solving
and collaborating both face-to-face and online to teach themselves and others

Students are regular users of a range of ICTs within their
learning programmes and are able to select appropriate tools.
Student voice
Teacher voice
Photos
Blog / wiki posts
Rubrics
Examples of
Students using a
variety of tools






Principals to lead the integration
of e-learning in their schools (strategic and operational)
Principals will lead and resource ICTPD in their schools through strategic and
operational planning, which addresses professional development, infrastructure
and sustainability that enhances effective teaching and learning programmes
E-learning is an integral part of all school documentation, including planning
and appraisal goals
Principals are leading the professional learning of the
process of inquiry throughout the school.
Distributive leadership is evident across the school
Principals are modelling and facilitating e-learning for their teachers,
during professional learning
Classroom walkthroughs show that the new learning is being embedded
in classrooms.
Schools are well resourced to meet e-learning needs of students
Unit Plans showing
student use of
ICTs, links and
thinking strategies
Snapshot of appraisal
goals and reflective practice
Lead teacher leadership
Principal use of ICTs during PD
Principal reflections on focused
walk throughs
ICT Strategic planning
included vision,
professional development,
planned expenditure based on needs






Teachers to integrate e-learning effectively into their practice
creating an innovative and exciting learning environment for all students
Teachers will plan innovative programmes that excite and motivate
learners through authentic concepts that allow for student input into decision making
Teachers’ planning includes relevant, purposeful, meaningful, coherent,
e-learning opportunities focused around authentic conceptual understandings
based on identified school and student needs
Students are using an inquiry approach to learning
Students are motivated learners, able to articulate their learning,
reflect on their learning processes and outcomes, and set next steps
Teachers and students are contributing and responding to online environments
Concept unit planning
Examples of student inquiry
Student voice about their
learning / goal setting
Students contributing / responding
in online environments
Teacher reflections






Family and whānau to actively participate in their child’s learning
Schools will share, with family and whanau, students’ progress and achievement.
Schools share changes in pedagogy and technology with family and whanau
Principals and teachers are reporting evidence of progress in all curriculum areas
and particularly literacy through the use of e-learning.
Family and whanau havare accessing and contributing to class wikis / blogs
Family and whanau are informed of changes in pedagogy through school websites,
newsletters and attending face-to-face and community meetings.
Student samples of literacy on blogs / wikis
- audio, video, visual
Parents communications on wiki / blogs
School facebook pages
Newsletters
Websites
Parent evenings/ afternoons






The sector by sharing online professional reflections to inform colleagues
of the challenges and opportunities afforded by e-learning*
Schools will make regular contributions to professional online community sites,
including KCC wikis, blogs and the VLN
The cluster contributes stories to the VLN that demonstrate the challenges
and successes they are experiencing as part of the programme development,
including teacher reflection and further action plans.
School stories focused around cluster goals
uploaded to cluster page as a resource in VLN.