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  • Phase 4: Implementation

      If the planning phase has been completed successfully the impleme.... Feedback from parents/whanau and students should be regularly sought,...he participating schools, staff and students will be critical to the succ...and a positive experience for both students and st...

  • Phase 5: Maturity & Sustainability

    ...y in a sustainable manner, and demonstrate characteristics of maturity as a syst...als to drive things.Maturity refers to the characteristics that would identify the LCO a...operating effectively in the interests of students, with regular review processes to en...

  • Learner Needs

      Focus Ensure learner needs are identified and addressed in...w classes) the needs of their students within the LCO, and negotiat...line learners, the numbers of students that can be catered for in a...ome standard protocols around student participation that has been a...

  • Relationships and Communication

      Focus Ensure regular, effective communication with stakeholders Explanation...lso use this brouchure with parents/guardians and students who may be interested in tak..., another artifact that is produced by FarNet are student informa...

  • Pedagogy

      Focus Develop a professional learning programme focussed on student- centred learning. Explanat...l practice that is focussed on student-centred learning - they now n...learning experience with their students and to become learners along...er practice and improvement in student learnin...

  • Finance/Funding

      Focus Coordinate financial systems within and between schools. Finalise budget. Explanation The cost to...staffing model, financial contribution model, financial weighting aligned to student rolls,...

  • Administration & Support Strategies

      Focus Establish LCO level management team and systems. Explanation In additi...wider school community (for example, BOT members, student representation, and community...p at this stage would be: collective policy on student achieve...

  • Vision

    To enable rich and relevant opportunities for learners   The Virtual Learning N...ng learning any where, place and time nurturing students as ‘powerful learners&...ncertainty of the future the vitality of ‘student voice&#...

  • Learning and Teaching Resources

      Focus Conduct a review of appropriate learning resources,...eed to be easily acessible to students and teachers, available in s...icularly important for online students as most often they work more...be suitable for use by every student and teacher in blended learni...

  • Professional Development & Support

      Focus Identify strengths and professional development needs of schools. Expla...n LCO and the opportunities it may bring to their students and their school. This will...ly contribute to the LCO, taking into account the student needs a...