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E-Learning enables learning opportunities to be tailored to students’ individual needs and interests, improving achievement and engagement. E-learning means technology is used in the classroom to engage the learning, enhance the learning and deepen the understanding. Technology choice needs to be appropriate and strongly linked to students achieving curriculum outcomes. 

MOE : Bringing together relevant information, resources, and communities to support teachers and schools in developing their e-learning practice

The five e-learning competencies are:

  • e-Awareness – awareness of ICTs and their relevance in society, including digital citizenship

  • Digital literacy – using technology for information and knowledge (students locate, organise, create, adapt, and share information)

  • Media literacy – understanding the manipulation and the way that digital media crosses over with mainstream media

  • Informational literacy – understanding and interpreting information from different sources

  • Technological literacy – confident and critical operation of ICTs.

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Tracey Pacheco 

MOE Accredited  Facilitator 


PG DipEd and 15 years classroom teaching experience

BCom in Marketing & International Business

Postgraduate Certificate Digital & Collaborative Learning

PGCE, 20 years classroom teaching experience, experienced HOD Science.

Nick Bithell

MOE Accredited Facilitator


BSc Hons Experimental Physics

TESSOL Qualified