ICT Advisory Committee
The New Zealand Post Primary Teachers' Association (PPTA) ICT Advisory Committee meets up to four times a year.
The Committee considers ICT issues that members and schools have brought to its attention, prepares advice for teachers on issues around ICT in schools and meets regularly with the ICT section of the Ministry of Education.
Digital Communication (2014)
Join the PPTA ICT advisory committee - seeking nominations from secondary teachers
- Last Updated on Friday, 29 January 2016 04:17
The New Zealand Post Primary Teachers' Association / Te Wehengarua (PPTA) is seeking nominations from secondary teacher members, in the following regions, to join the PPTA ICT advisory committee:
- Waikato, central Plateau, Thames valley (Area 3)
- Bay of Plenty, Western Bay of Plenty (Area 4)
- Taranaki, Manawatu (Area 6)
- Wellington, Hutt Valley, Wairarapa (Area 7)
- Canterbury, Aoraki (Area 9)
Nominations close midday on Friday 26 February 2016.
Digital citizenship - resource ideas for teachers
- Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 February 2016 08:38
The purpose of this webpage to provide digital citizenship resources for teachers to use in their own class or as part of a school wide digital citizenship programme. These resources were curated by members of the PPTA ICT Advisory Committee - please contact us if you have other useful links that we should add.
ICT Advisory Committee meeting dates 2015
- Last Updated on Sunday, 07 June 2015 20:12
The meeting dates of the New Zealand Post Primary Teachers' Association (PPTA) ICT advisory committee in 2015 are:
Friday March 27th
Monday November 23rd
If members have any topics they wish to raise with the committee or add to committee agenda -
- ICT Advisory Committee meeting notes 27 Nov 2014
- Updated Digital Communication guidelines
- Representatives on PPTA ICT Advisory committee 2015
- Teachers Council and Social Media Project
- Teachers online: separating the personal from the professional
- Connected secondary schools
- Reply from Hon Anne Tolley on achievement standards for computing
- Reply from Hon Anne Tolley on SMS/LMS