Posts tagged with: Learning and Teaching

Our L3 Psychology teachers, Zara and Ange work together to meet the needs of over 40 students. There are no walls online so why create them?...
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Close your eyes and think of online learning? What do you picture?...
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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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Some key points to consider when planning to take your face to face class / school fully online....
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Why, in a world of visual saturation, where everyone is their own marketer, are only a handful of individuals visually literate?...
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The Creative Forest experience has evolved markedly since we began the digital platform journey over a year ago with our channel partner NetNZ....
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How can community be developed in the online space and how can authentic learning be captured?...
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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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