Announcing our Southern Regional Hui held at Salmond College in Dunedin, November 28 and 29. All welcome.
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Building capability in online learning and teaching through Networks of Expertise
In this issue we talk about NEX Online as being home for Communities of Practice – self-organising, peer-supported learning communities that provide a range of ways to participate. Find out what is the buzz in NEX during June – jump in and join in!
Lead teachers Marina & Angela discuss problems of practice:
- how to support students to develop key learning dispositions in the online environment and;
- how to develop learning relationships between eteacher, student & edean that ensure student success.
Find out how you can access funding for teacher research and inquiry and collaborative projects in online teaching and learning.
Aroha mai for the lateness of this newsletter! It somehow got lost in our system…. Look out for our August edition coming soon.
Follow our social media to keep up to date with events and activities – there is a lot going on. Join NEX to continue the conversations, share ideas and resources.
Join us in a series of two upcoming webinars and learn more about this important topic!
We had our first #virtualcafe session this afternoon, so thought I’d put out there to the NEX community what came up.
We have scheduled a two-week exploration of knowledge building as a follow up to the webinar in term two. Learning about knowledge building by doing it.
Join us for a cuppa, a chat & share some stories!
How can we encourage our students to practise what they learned outside the online classroom and use more target language in our short online sessions?
An open invitation to register your interest in attending the Virtual Learning Network Community, 25th Anniversary function on the 24th of August.
Registration is open for our inaugural National Hui held in Rotorua.
Believe it or not, the Virtual Learning Network Community is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year.