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Posted by: Glenyth McEwan on the 15/10/2012
This is great for the schools. However as a reliever I am somewhat frustrated by the fact that I go into schools to relieve and I cannot access the internet to even begin to use the skills I have in ICT as I am not allowed a computer nor can you connect to a school's internet as I am a casual reliever. If I wanted to connect I would have to use my 3G service and pay for it myself. So how does this relate for those of us who have to relieve or are forced to relieve due to oversupply in an area. Relievers are locked out of a lot of MOE services and PD unless they pay for it totally by themselves.
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Posted by: Karen Melhuish Spencer on the 27/05/2013
Kia ora Glenyth, Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment - I'm glad you think this resource will be useful. I understand how frustrating it must be when the access to technologies is uneven in schools. In some instances, it is possible to advocate for an alternative approach to the allocation of resources so there is greater equity. Many schools, as they have used the eLPF, have worked hard to involve all community voices in the review process, from teaching staff to whānau. While I cannot comment on issues related specifically to the role of relievers in schools, I wish you luck in finding a solution to the situation of access in your situation. Ngā mihi nui, nā Karen
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Posted by: Glenyth McEwan on the 15/10/2012
This is great for the schools. However as a reliever I am somewhat frustrated by the fact that I go into schools to relieve and I cannot access the internet to even begin to use the skills I have in ICT as I am not allowed a computer nor can you connect to a school's internet as I am a casual reliever. If I wanted to connect I would have to use my 3G service and pay for it myself. So how does this relate for those of us who have to relieve or are forced to relieve due to oversupply in an area. Relievers are locked out of a lot of MOE services and PD unless they pay for it totally by themselves.
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Posted by: Karen Melhuish Spencer on the 27/05/2013
Kia ora Glenyth, Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment - I'm glad you think this resource will be useful. I understand how frustrating it must be when the access to technologies is uneven in schools. In some instances, it is possible to advocate for an alternative approach to the allocation of resources so there is greater equity. Many schools, as they have used the eLPF, have worked hard to involve all community voices in the review process, from teaching staff to whānau. While I cannot comment on issues related specifically to the role of relievers in schools, I wish you luck in finding a solution to the situation of access in your situation. Ngā mihi nui, nā Karen
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Speaker: Karen Melhuish Spencer

The e-Learning planning framework is available for schools as a tool to reflect on how well they are using technology to support learning. In this EDtalk filmed at Learning@School12, Karen Melhuish (@virtuallykaren) of CORE Education explains the elements of the framework, how it can be used and where you can get support. Visit the Enabling e-Learning website for the e-Learning planning framework, supporting resources and information.

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Date added: 27 Feb 2012
Duration: 5:27

e-Learning planning framework

The e-Learning planning framework is available for schools as a tool to reflect on how well they are using technology to support learning. In this EDtalk filmed at Learning@School12, Karen Melhuish (@virtuallykaren) of CORE Education explains the elements of the framework, how it can be used and where you can get support. Visit the Enabling e-Learning website for the e-Learning planning framework, supporting resources and information.

Views 32,170 Date added: 02/10/2012

e-Learning planning framework

Date added: 02/10/2012

e-Learning planning framework

The e-Learning planning framework is available for schools as a tool to reflect on how well they are using technology to support learning. In this EDtalk filmed at Learning@School12, Karen Melhuish (@virtuallykaren) of CORE Education explains the elements of the framework, how it can be used and where you can get support. Visit the Enabling e-Learning website for the e-Learning planning framework, supporting resources and information.

Views 32,170 Date added: 02/10/2012

e-Learning planning framework

Date added: 02/10/2012
Posted by: Glenyth McEwan on the 15/10/2012
This is great for the schools. However as a reliever I am somewhat frustrated by the fact that I go into schools to relieve and I cannot access the internet to even begin to use the skills I have in ICT as I am not allowed a computer nor can you connect to a school's internet as I am a casual reliever. If I wanted to connect I would have to use my 3G service and pay for it myself. So how does this relate for those of us who have to relieve or are forced to relieve due to oversupply in an area. Relievers are locked out of a lot of MOE services and PD unless they pay for it totally by themselves.
Reply
Posted by: Karen Melhuish Spencer on the 27/05/2013
Kia ora Glenyth, Thanks for taking the time to leave a comment - I'm glad you think this resource will be useful. I understand how frustrating it must be when the access to technologies is uneven in schools. In some instances, it is possible to advocate for an alternative approach to the allocation of resources so there is greater equity. Many schools, as they have used the eLPF, have worked hard to involve all community voices in the review process, from teaching staff to whānau. While I cannot comment on issues related specifically to the role of relievers in schools, I wish you luck in finding a solution to the situation of access in your situation. Ngā mihi nui, nā Karen
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