Digital Skills for Teacher Aides

Professional development (PD) Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Canterbury, Otago

Posted: 27 May 2024
Notice reference #: 1HAgkc

Who is this workshop for?

This interactive six-hour workshop is designed to help your Teacher Aides be more confident and skilled with digital tools, so they can better engage your ākonga in the NZ Curriculum.

Covering a variety of digital tools, platforms and topics, participants will leave with a greater sense of confidence, along with a range of practical skills and strategies which they can apply immediately with their learners, and share with other members of your team.

“We were excited to see the different AI apps available and the possibilities of how that could help us create resources.''

“I am able to use my time with students more efficiently now, especially by being able to direct or troubleshoot tasks they are given on devices.“

Your TA/s may have Ministry funding available for this workshop. Pre-register on our website for details of how to apply.

What this workshop includes:

Led by facilitators who are experienced classroom teachers and IT experts this workshop covers: 

  • General IT skills (eg. Email, shared documents and workspaces)
  • Useful tools to support diverse learners
  • Ways to capture and share student learning
  • Use VR and other amazing tools to engage learners
  • Creating resources with super speed using AI
  • Strategies to support monitoring and assessment

Small numbers - limited to 16 participants

Tailored workshops can also be designed exclusively for your school and delivered on-site. Please contact Rob for details - (021) 590 572

Includes morning tea, light lunch, course materials and follow up activities

This course meets TA competency category 8 and 12: learning support and professional skills

Register here


Events summary


07 June 2024 – 07 June 2024


07 June 2024 – 07 June 2024

Bay of Plenty

13 June 2024 – 13 June 2024


07 August 2024 – 07 August 2024


02 July 2024 – 02 July 2024

Further information

Contact: Rob Clarke

 (021) 590 572