- use digital tools for teaching and learning
- find and make online resources for learning
- include e-learning in your teaching practice
- create links between effective teaching and learning theory and the NZ curriculum with digital competence and the role of digital tools.
- discover different ways of teaching students
Who is it for?
Pre-service teachers at the Faculty of Education and Social Work, The University of Auckland. Teachers are also welcome.
When does it run?
Semester 2, 2016. It is flexible and you can finish later.
How does it work?
Each week we share a few ‘Things’ about digital tools and how they can be utilised for teaching and learning. Your goal is to spend about 30-60 minutes trying them out, then reflecting on how they may be useful for your teaching.
As you go through the Things and share your reflections via blog posts, you create a record that you can use to demonstrate your learning to get a certificate of completion at the end of the series.
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The format and some content is adapted from 23teaching.com 23 Things for Research / CC By-NC-SA 3.0, 23 Things for Research Oxford / CC By-NC-SA 3.0, 23 Research Things @ Melbourne / CC By-NC-SA 3.0, 23 Things for Research / CC By-NC-SA 3.0, and others as attributed in individual entries. Header image: ebayink / Flickr /CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 This post is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 Unported License.
23 Teaching Things2 is written by Lucie Lindsay and Bronwyn Edmunds. This 2016 learning series is from CreATE, The Center for the Creative Application of Technology in Education, at The University of Auckland’s Faculty of Education and Social work.