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Learning beyond the classroom

Use of digital technologies enables students to personalise their learning and extend that learning beyond the classroom.

Flexible timetabling

Distance learning options such as the Virtual Learning Network (VLN) Learning exchange , and NetNZ enable students to access areas of the curriculum that are not readily available within their school. Bring your device (BYOD) initiatives enable learning to extend and continue beyond the classroom.

Shona Unasa, a student at Southern Cross Campus, takes economics via video conference. She shares the benefits to her learning and her experience using this medium.

Olivia and Vlad, Ashburton College students, share their perspectives on using NetNZ for learning online. They describe the flexibility and the independence that it offers. 

Learning at after school clubs

After-school clubs allow students to explore areas and subjects that they may not have access to in schools or at home.

Halswell School has started an after school Scratch coding club. Callum and his teacher, Fraser Malins, explain how Scratch supports student learning with creativity, logical thinking, and problem solving.

Code club Aotearoa

A nationwide network of free volunteer-led after school coding clubs for kiwi kids.

Maximising technology to support learning between home and school

Maximising technology to support learning between home and school

Technology enables access to the Internet and removes communication barriers for Wadestown School student, Renée Patete.

Using video conferencing to expand learning options

Using video conferencing to expand learning options

Southern Cross Campus student Shona Unasa takes economics via video conference.

Teaching Samoan via video conference

Teaching Samoan via video conference

Lalaosalafai Tu’ua describes his experience of using video conferencing to teach Samoan at NCEA Level 3 at Southern Cross Campus in Mangere.

Mobile devices at home

Mobile devices at home

Holy Cross School student, Coretti and her mother, Fiona Tuffs, discuss how using a mobile device makes access to schoolwork easier. Corretti explains how the iPad is changing the way she learns. 

Seamless learning facilitated by BYOD

Seamless learning facilitated by BYOD

Connor Fitzgerald-Mansell, a student from Hillcrest High School, describes the benefits of bringing his own laptop to school.

Connecting with ICTs

Connecting with ICTs

e-Learning teacher Mervyn Cook and student Connor Fitzgerald-Mansell, from Hillcrest High School, discuss the benefits of being able to connect via ICTs during outside of scheduled class time.

MASAM supported by technology

MASAM supported by technology

Students and teachers at Motu School describe how the VLN Learning Exchange and digital technologies support Māori achieving success as Māori.

Parents engaging in student learning

Parents engaging in student learning

Motu School community talk about the positives of parents engaging in their children's learning.

Creating MASAM – Collaborating with the community

Creating MASAM – Collaborating with the community

Parents, BOT, and teachers from Motu School discuss their collaboration around whanaungatanga to create their Māori achieving success as Māori (MASAM framework).

Pedagogy underpinning BYOD

Pedagogy underpinning BYOD

Wellington High School Principal, Dominic Killalea explains the pedagogy behind their BYOD approach which supports lifelong learning.

Building student relationships

Building student relationships

e-Learning teacher at Ashburton College, Nicky Lewis explains the importance of building relationships with the students she works with virtually and how she does this.

Learning online – Teacher perspective

Learning online – Teacher perspective

e-Learning teacher at Ashburton College, Nicky Lewis, discusses online learning. She outlines the various tools they use online, in particular, Moodle. Nicky says, “accessibility is important”.

Learning online with NetNZ

Learning online with NetNZ

Anne Williams explains her role as e-Dean at Ashburton College. She explains how they utilise the online courses offered through NetNZ to support timetable flexibility and personalisation of learning for students.

Learning online – A student perspective

Learning online – A student perspective

Olivia and Vlad, Ashburton College students, share their perspectives on using NetNZ for learning online. They describe the flexibility and the independence that it offers. 

Benefits of online learning

Benefits of online learning

Anne Williams, e-Dean at Ashburton College, explains the benefits for students of online learning through NetNZ.

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