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Toni regularly speaks on the topic of eLearning and innovative uses of ICT in the classroom and she is available to deliver half or full-day, hands-on professional development workshops.

Toni regularly speaks to cluster, whole staff and individual department groups at a number of New Zealand schools on the following topics

  • Mobile technologies in the classroom
  • eLearning in my classroom
  • Making Interactive whiteboards interactive
  • Web2.0 overview, tools and what’s new
  • eLearning tools and strategies within specific curriculum areas
  • Information Literacy
  • What’s new in online education
  • Getting students interacting on a Learning Management System
  • Getting started with blogging
  • Getting started with wikis
  • Using Web2.0 with scholarship students

If you would like Toni to speak to or work with your staff group, please contact her.

Past presentations

Toni has delivered workshops and presentations at the following conferences:

AUPOV09 - Wollongong, Sydney

International Keynote - Mobile and point of view technologies in the secondary school classroom

NZATE - New Zealand Association for Teachers of English

Effective eLearning in the English classroom - a 90 minute, hands-on workshop - all resources used for this workshop can be found under English on Toni’s Secondary Tools wiki.

Mobile technologies in the English classroom - ideas, tools and tips for using students’ own mobile phones to enable a wide-range of teaching and learning opportunities specific to English, with a strong focus on information literacy.

Learning@School ’09

Mobile Technologies in the classroom

WCELfest (Waikato University Centre for eLearning)

Mobile Technologies in the classroom

Mobilise This ’08 (Charles Darwin University- via webconference)

Mobile Technologies in the classroom

TeachNZ (NZ Ministry of Education Initiative)

An introduction to eLearning – refresher courses for teachers returning to the profession


Mobile Learning and Information Literacy

NAME Curriculum Conference - National Association for Media Educators

Web2.0 in the Media Studies classroom


Blogging to encourage reflective teacher practice

Web2.0 for working with Scholarship students

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