Calling for submissions to run your own online event!

Share your knowledge during Connected Educator Month

Submit an event or activity into the calendar

Tēnei te manako e hikaka katoa ana koutou mō te tō tātou kaupapa ‘He whatunga tangata, he whatunga mātanga’. He kupu manatu tēnei mā koutou, hei te Whiringa-ā-nuku nei, e rangarangahia ana e mātou ngā reo, ngā paki ako o ngā whatunga tangata - mā te tuihono.  E tūwhera ana ki a koutou, te takoha mai i tētahi ariā mō tētahi awheawhe, tētahi kaupapa, tētahi rauemi hei ako mā te tuihono mō te “Marama Whatunga Tangata, Whatunga Mātanga”.

This October, we’re weaving connected educators’ voices and learning stories - online.

Connected Educator Month submissions are open for you now. Plan an activity and submit an idea for an online professional learning activity, event or resource.

Submit an event / activity

We’d love you to take part. It’s an opportunity to pass on your knowledge to others, grow your digital skills, develop your online professional networks and be part of this 31 day global online event.

Take a sneak peek and some recent pledges...

  • Book Group: How To Come Up With Great Ideas And Actually Make Them Happen (webinars and online forum): We are delighted to announce that Ewan McIntosh from NoTosh will explore his just-released book exploring how schools, leaders and educators can innovate, share and build on new ideas, taking them out of individual classrooms to have a wider impact. Watch out for a competition to win copies!

  • CORE Education eFellows presentations (image): A webinar and blog series exploring professional learning, teacher voice, 3D printing and learner agency.


  • The launch-week Book Group, led by NZCER, on ‘Key Competencies for the Future’ (webinars/online forums).

  • Live-streaming of select ULearn14 breakouts, focused on digital networks, social media, student-centred learning and more.

  • EduCampNZ smackdown webinar: Sharing some of their best recommendations for building your  professional learning network and ideas for organising your own local events.

Maximise your time in Pond during Connected Educator Month

As we gear up for the start of Connected Educator Month, now is the time to prepare for jumping into Pond, the Network for Learning portal, by getting your Education Sector Logon sorted - you’ll need it to join the community and connect with fellow educators.

Your Education Sector Logon account (sometimes known as ESAA and associated with e-asTTle and TKI) needs specific Pond entitlement granted. To update your existing account or to set up a new account call the Ministry of Education Service Desk on 0800 422 599.

Stay tuned for more CEM fun with N4L and Pond coming soon!
N4L is the National Community Connected Partner for Connected Educator Month.

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