NZAMT14 Conference

It’s been a busy couple of months. We ran the CMA E-Learning Day at the end of May, with around 80 teachers attending. A week later I was flown up to Napier to deliver workshops and a keynote for Taradale High School’s e-learning professional development day. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and made some new friends while I was there. Then (after writing reports!) I organised and facilitated the ICT Day for the biennial NZACS Conference at the beginning of July; and this week I’m presenting a couple of workshops (and attending some excellent sessions!) at the biennial NZAMT Conference.

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I ran two workshops this week, so I deliberately split them into two very distinct sessions. My first was on “Theory & Research”, then the next day I unpacked it with “Practical E-Learning Tips for Maths”. Both sessions had a decent crowd, so we were able to share ideas and tips with each other. You can check out my presentations from this week on the NZAMT Conference resources website once they’re up – I’ll add a link here when they’re available.

I’m looking forward to a rest next week! Busy term coming up again – I’m looking forward to attending the iwbNet “leading a digital school” conference in Melbourne this August, and we have a few exciting things planned at school for the next couple of months. I’m also looking forward to trying a few new things I’ve learnt this week:

If you have any related suggestions that I should try, let me know! What are you trying this term in your e-learning programmes? Share below!

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