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Success for boys is a subsection of New Zealand Curiculum Online.


Using e-learning in the classroom can motivate and engage boys and support their learning in new ways.

Information Communication Technology (ICT) is visual, and interactive, and provides opportunities for learners to express their learning creatively. It also allows students to share and collaborate with communities of learners beyond the classroom.

E-learning can offer boys richer, more customised learning pathways that take account of individual, cultural, or developmental differences.


E-learning resources

A number of e-learning resources that are available to schools are supported by professional learning programmes. These resources extend your options to personalise learning to meet the needs of boys in your school. Here’s a sample of what’s available:

Enabling e-Learning 
Relevant information, resources, and communities to support teachers and schools in developing their e-learning practice

Scootle - Tools and resources 
The Australian national digital learning repository provides teachers with access to digital learning items, provided by a wide array of contributors and aligned to core areas of the Australian Curriculum.

Te Tuhi ā-Hiko (2007)
Te Huhi ā-Hiko is an interactive writing tool designed to assist Māori-medium students in years 5–8. Order from Down the back of the chair using reference number MOE33657.


E-learning research

Literacy teaching and learning in e-learning contexts (June 2010)
This report presents the findings of a research project on literacy teaching and learning in e-learning contexts. The overarching research question for this project was: How are e-learning contexts used effectively to support the literacy learning needed for the 21st century? 

How can schools foster and support e-learning and virtual learning? (2009)
This set of three PowerPoint presentations is based on findings from NZCER's 2008-2009 research on students’ experiences of learning in virtual classrooms. The presentations have been designed to suit different audiences - principals, teachers, and students - and are available to download.

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