Digital Fluency as an Aide to Learning –Nelson

Professional development (PD) Tasman/Nelson

Posted: 09 November 2021
Notice reference #: 1HAR7S

Do you want to know more about how to use digital fluency as an aide to learning?

Then this free after school hui is for you. 

Thursday 2 December
Nayland College, Nelson. 

The hui will cover tools funded by the MoE through the Microsoft Schools agreement including:

Reading progress tool: Reading progress automates the running record process and is built into Microsoft Teams. This amazing tool helps you spend more time with students and less time analyzing data.

Immersive reader: Immersive reader is a free tool that implements proven techniques to improve reading and writing for people, regardless of their age or ability. Immersive reader can help build confidence for ākonga learning to read at higher levels, and offer text decoding solutions for students with learning differences such as dyslexia. 

After the hui, you will receive online resources to support your continued development with digital fluency.

Yummy snacks will be provided on the day.  

‘There is no limit to what people can achieve when technology reflects the diversity of all who use it.’

Events summary


02 December 2021 – 02 December 2021

Further information

Contact: Arnika Macphail

 (021) 992 931