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  • Resources

    VLN Community Resource Links: A clearinghouse area for VLNC resource collections. Click on the links below to access. You can also contribute by uploading individual resources to the VLN group resources or LCO Handbook (where relevant)    Publications about the VLNC a...

    Tags: research, readings, vln, elearning, online learning

  • Teaching Under the Microscope - Trends in Online Learning

    Roberts, R. (2010) Teaching Under the Microscope - Trends in Online Learning, in Proceedings of ULearn10 - Research Stream. 6 - 8 October, 2010, Christchurch Convention Centre, NZ. N. Dabner, S. Bailey, J. Johnson, N. Davis Eds.  Abstract: In the recent decade there has been major grow...

    Tags: online learning, research, reading, publications, vln

  • Epsom Girls Grammar School ICT PD Reflective Summary

    What was important for us?To improve student engagement through the integration of ICT strategies to enhance: (a) student centred learning(b) strong learning relationships between teachers, students and caregivers What did we do? In 2010 ICT PD was based around 6 school goals. Goal Groups led ...

    Tags: ICTPD, reflective summary, elearning, research, EGGS, secondary,

  • VLN Community Research

      Last month some of our Taranaki VLN Primary schools hosted Canadian researcher Michael Barbour. Michael is on sabbatical from Wayne State University in Detroit and has been sponsored by DEANZ (Distance Education Association NZ) and Core Education to research the VLN Community....

    Tags: vln_primary, vlnc, elearning, distance education, research

  • e-Learning to improve young people's chances: NZ Institute paper

    More ladders, fewer snakes - a recently released paper from the NZ Institute (Boven, Harland and Grace, 2011)(PDF) -  proposes two interventions to improve outcomes for New Zealand’s youth: accelerating the roll-out of e-learning to low decile schoolsand improving the school-to-work tr...

    Tags: e-learning, research, young people, students, oecd

  • eLearning and the NZC Principles: A principal's sabbatical report

    On the Educational Leaders' site: Kevin Payne of Cloverlea School set out to investigate how schools are implementing the revised New Zealand curriculum with an emphasis on the future focus dimension of the principles, and e-learning. Key findings included: All of the schools I visited had ...

    Tags: elearning, leadership, research, principals, primary, intermediate

  • 21st Century Teaching & Learning - NZCER Research Project - Be Involved!

    A call from NZCER to be involved in a new research project on 21st century teaching and learning.  NZCER is beginning a new research project for the Ministry of Education entitled 'Supporting 21st century teaching and learning for New Zealand students'. The project aims to develop a visio...

    Tags: elearning, 21st century, research, teaching, learning

  • Using wikis for learning

    This was originally posted by Simon Evans 2 April 2012. This is cross-posted as part of the transition of Software for Learning to Enabling e-Learning. Greg Carroll highlights some of the benefits for teachers of using wikis for professional development.  More social media, so the ar...

    Tags: wiki, wikispaces, pbworks, research, edtalks

  • Blogs, wikis, networked schools...Check out 'Computers in NZ Schools'

    Some great articles in the current edition of the Computers in New Zealand Schools: Learning, Teaching, Technology, 23 (2). Digital Diversity and Education: Some Philosophical Problems: John Clark - Massey University ICT for Teaching and ICT for Learning: They are not the same: Rob...

    Tags: blogs, wiki, networked_schools, e-learning, diversity, cinzs, research

  • Contribute to research on '21st century teaching and learning for New Zealand students'

    If you are involved in education in New Zealand you may be able to contribute to this research. NZCER (Rachel Bolstad) would like to hear from New Zealand principals, teachers, and others who work with school-aged learners (approx. 5-18 years old) about their innovative educational practices and...

    Tags: nzcer, research, 21st_century_learning, schools