May Update

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Building capability in online learning and teaching through Networks of Expertise

In this issue we invite you to attend NEX online events. Learn about how ‘Knowledge Building’  can support students to become creative and innovative within a community of learners; explore how management of the Zoom dashboard can provide timely insights to support quality online connections; and make sure you Save the Date for our National Hui – 8th October Rotorua.

Darren shares an opinion piece on the Tomorrow’s Schools review and sees this as an opportunity to explore how we can bring meaningful system-wide change to education in the 21st century.  How will communities of online learning be part of a future schooling system?

We provide a regular update on the activities of our NEX online community and invite you to jump in contribute and participate in the conversation and sharing taking place there. Make the most of the promotional opportunity for new NEX members – this is being extended to the 10th May.

Keep up to date with what is happening in online teaching and learning in New Zealand, share and access resources and ideas with your teaching colleagues, and find out about PLD opportunities and events – become a member!

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Webinar Event: Creating Knowledge Building Communities

Join us in exploring how the knowledge building approach developed by Marlene Scardamalia and Carl Bereiter can support students to become creative and innovative within a community of learners. In this webinar we will share some of our findings and open things up for some open-ended discussion.

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Webinar Event: Creating Knowledge Building Communities

Join us in exploring how the knowledge building approach developed by Marlene Scardamalia and Carl Bereiter can support students to become creative and innovative within a community of learners. In this webinar we will share some of our findings and open things up for some open-ended discussion.

Read more