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Notice of Annual General Meeting. Call for remits and invitation to stand for election...
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Video: BIG SCIENCE promo — by UCPhysics...
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Explore a learner-centred approach to online teaching and learning...
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Announcing the first of a monthly series of wānanga exploring networked learning. The first wānanga will focus on Emergent Design and will kick off on the 10th of March....
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Explore our programmes / NetNZ Website / Enquire now Who are we? NetNZ is a community of secondary and area schools from across the South Island who work together to provide online learning opportunities for their students. NetNZ’s mission statement recognises that, above...
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Ashburton College is situated in the bustling hub of Ashburton, Mid Canterbury, the heart of New Zealand’s beautiful South Island. The College has the advantage of being the “right size”, and in the “right place”. We have higher than the...
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Are we missing the point when we extol the virtues of online learning?...
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With online learning, because the teacher is not physically present with the students “It is thus essential that the eTeacher provides a clear course structure and makes assessment guidelines explicit, as well as giving regular feedback to the eStudents to...
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Who is most present in your online class? And by present, I mean socially and cognitively (Garrison, Anderson, and Archer, 2000). Or in plain language who influences your class the most, who do you see and hear the most? Who...
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Who is most present in your online class? And by present, I mean socially and cognitively (Garrison, Anderson, and Archer, 2000). Or in plain language who influences your class the most, who do you see and hear the most? Who...
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