Digital Fluency for Teacher Aides

Professional development (PD) Canterbury

Posted: 02 July 2020
Notice reference #: 1HA8pd

Digital Fluency for Teacher Aides

Tuesday, 29 September

9:00am - 2:30pm

Venue TBC (Christchurch)

Join us for a full day, were we will look at the value of understanding what tools can be used for what purpose, from the lens of a Teacher Aides day to day role with ākonga.

Our values over the day (based from Tātaiako)

Ako - Today we will have an opportunity for reciprocal learning. Please give people the opportunity to share their thoughts and mahi.

Whanaungatanga - Make yourself known and build relationships with people in the room. Please make everyone feel welcome.

Wānanga - We are all here to share, learn, kōrero. Beliefs may be different but we respect that we all have something to contribute.

Manaakitanga - We expect everyone to respect each others language, culture and identity. We all have equal opportunities here.

Tangata Whenuatanga - Affirm that Māori learners have a place in digital technologies.

The days happenings

We will begin with Whanaungatanga to set the scene for the day. Followed by an introduction to Digital Fluency and what this means for us.

Relevant tools for the job, with a slow walk through accessible digital tools which support Teacher Aides to do their job.

Time to have a play, with support from facilitators, question time and share what we have learned with each other.

Catering will be covered and delicious (we think you deserve to be treated).

Sessions will be capped to ensure every voice is heard.

Investment is $500.00 

There are 2 x payment options (selected during booking)

- Book me in and invoice us

- Please reserve my spot, I will look into the Teacher aide MoE PLD pilot fund

Book your place here

If you have any questions please contact

Events summary


29 September 2020 – 29 September 2020

Further information

Contact: Arnika Macphail

 (021) 992 931