Suggestion for implementing the strategy ‘Using digital technologies’
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Allow different ways to share ideas and give feedback and feed-forward to your learners.
Provide access to documents and presentation formats that allow learners to collaborate, whether in the same physical space or not.
Collaborative tools include:
Select tools that offer multiple ways for learners to create and share their learning.
Provide options to use text, photos, video, audio, and to work collaboratively.
Creative tools include:
Group collaboration tools include:
Teacher, Keeri Stanely-Kaweroa, and some of her students demonstrate how digital tools can support collaboration.
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Use technologies and approaches to support collaboration between school and home.
Renee Strawbridge (DP Mt Biggs School) explains how they use Seesaw and other digital tools to connect parents and whānau with student learning.
An explanation of what e-portfolios are, why they are used, school stories describing how they are used, resources, research, and readings.
Publisher: Enabling E-Learning
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