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  • Phase 2: Scoping

    ...– their experience and insights may save a lot of time and wasted effort in establishing a new LCO. The perspectives of parents/whanau and students must not be neglected in this...

  • Phase 4: Implementation

    ...roblematic. Feedback from parents/whanau and students should be regularly sought, a...nd among the participating schools, staff and students will be critical to the succe...cessfully, and a positive experience for both students and staff. Support systems an...

  • Phase 5: Maturity & Sustainability

    ...cular individuals to drive things.Maturity refers to the characteristics that would identify the LCO as operating effectively in the interests of students, with regular review processe...

  • Learning Communities Online

    ...g outcomes and opportunities for students, their whanau and educators....ning opportunities for staff and students across electronic networks....ovision for ubiquitous access by students from anywhere, at any time us...ment, including: retention of students who may otherwise choose to g...

  • Learner Needs

    ...w classes) the needs of their students within the LCO, and negotiati...line learners, the numbers of students that can be catered for in an...N community as there are many students enrolling outside of their ow..., and the ones most missed by students engaged in this form of learn...

  • Relationships and Communication

    ...Member schools can also use this brouchure with parents/guardians and students who may be interested in taki...tion of simple materials, such as this sticker which can be stuck to a students' book or binder, can provide...

  • Professional Development & Support

    ...ocused on improving learning outcomes for all students and contributes to the growth...of each year for all participants in the LCO (students and staff ), as well as train...caters for the needs of everyone in the LCO - students, teachers, principals. Tap i...

  • Pedagogy

    ...ragement should be given to enable teachers to feel confident about sharing control of the learning experience with their students and to become learners alongside their students. A professional learning p...

  • Learning and Teaching Resources

    ...can be a tool to co-construct learning resources and provide a repository of shared resources easily accessed by all within an LCO. Consider how students can be supported in developin...

  • Administration & Support Strategies

    ...rity, and compliance issues procedures for managing student participation - enrolments, withdrawals, attendance administrative pathways between students, teachers and coordinators in...