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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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Four Ashburton College students are currently working with mentors from Microsoft to complete a digital project....
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How can community be developed in the online space and how can authentic learning be captured?...
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Tūhononga o ngā tangata mōhio ipurangi – Building capability in online learning and teaching through Networks of Expertise (NEX)...
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For five years I had been asking the staff of my school if I could not wear the “girls” uniform....
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Hello, my name is Hope Sole, and I’m year 12 student at Taradale High school...
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Earlier this week the Education Minister, Hekia Parata, introduced to Parliament the Education (Update) Amendment Bill which includes proposals to legislate for the provision of Communities of online learning (COOLs). As the charitable company that organises many online NCEA courses...
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In 2016, Madison Flavell, a year 12 student from Kaikoura High School, studied L2 History through NetNZ. It was the first time she has ever taken an online course, but she flourished in the environment finishing the year with straight...
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Courses usually consist of 10-18 students from 5-10 different schools across New Zealand....
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