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  • Phase 2: Scoping

      Once there is a commitment to proceed, and a level of ‘buy-in’ reached among potential stakeho...ime and wasted effort in establishing a new LCO. The perspectives of parents/whanau and...

  • Phase 4: Implementation

      If the planning phase has been completed successfully the implementation phase should proceed with relativ...nt issues and concerns before they become problematic. Feedback from parents/whanau and...

  • Learning Communities Online

      A group of organisations or individuals that chooses to operate as a collaborative network, utilizing elec...order to enhance the learning outcomes and opportunities for students, their whanau and...

  • Professional Development & Support

      Focus Identify strengths and professional development needs of schools. Ex...n, examples of current practice and stimulate discussion of the possibilities involvement in an LCO will bring. Invite...

  • Relationships & Communication

      Focus Identify key stakeholders and leadership group, establish communication networks, and confirm s...ntial stakeholders: Teaching and learning: students, teachers, parents, whanau, the...

  • Learner Needs

      Focus Review current teaching and learning practices to ensure learner needs are met. Explanation Learner needs and the needs of whanau/comm...

  • Virtual Learning

      Why is this important? Education in the 21st Century will undoubtedly be different from what we experienc...nal roles of teachers and schools are questioned. Students (and their parents/whanau), in...

  • School Clusters and LCOs

      Schools linking together as clusters are not a new thing. Clusters have formed in the past for a variety...is active in the learning process – including: students teachers family/whanau L...

  • Phase 3: Planning

      Work at the planning stage will involve detailed...ble, provision should be made for consultation and involvement of people from each of t...and lose sight of the longer term ideal. Parents/whanau and students should continue to be...

  • Karen Melhuish: Social learning: what is it and how does it relate to schools?

    Session Overview This session will explore the ways in which social media and collaborative 'web 2.0' tools allow for connected communities to develop around a learning...