All posts by: Darren Sudlow

This publication collates all the articles we have published relevant to the “Our Schooling Futures…” proposal. We aim to inform interested stakeholders on the possible role technology has to play in enabling a national network of provision and connection for...
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NetNZ is excited to announce enrolments are open for 2019. Whether school, student, homeschooler or adult learner, our programmes are open to anyone, anywhere. Come and get involved....
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Welcome to the NetNZ Annual Report for 2017. We have collected a series of articles that include messages from the board and executive, summaries of activities, and articles that help tell the story of 2017 and beyond. Access our full...
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Our Creative Forest trial, delivered in partnership with Creative Forest Ltd, has been running since the start of term and has already raised some significant highlights....
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Kia ora my name is Oak. I am a year 11 homeschooler, and this is my first year studying with NetNZ online, I am enrolled in NetNZ’s philosophy course for 2018. I am a passionate Shakespeare fan and I love...
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How can online educational provision improve education outcomes for children and young people at risk of disengaging or in need of additional learning support?...
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It is vital that the ‘network of schools’ model of online provision of learning continues to build and grow from this point onward. We have a number of key priorities to ensure this happens....
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This is a key educational driver for the board, executive and staff....
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Over the years online learning has often been represented as a disconnected, linear process of working through set content, but is this the reality in our emerging networked society? What is actually possible in this space?...
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