How it works

Courses usually consist 10-18 students from 5-10 different schools. Each school has an eDean who has the responsibility to provide on-site support for students and act as a point of contact for the teacher. The course will run using an online hub or class space which acts as the focal point for learning and interaction. These class spaces are developed by the teacher using their tool of choice – usually a google+ community. Some courses are fully online, but the majority are a mix of paper and online learning. Each class meets once a week using a video conference which acts as an important point of contact between teacher and students.

NetNZ Course Delivery

Learning online with NetNZ

Learning online: A Teacher perspective

Learning online: A student perspective

Building student relationships

Benefits of online learning

Planning for inclusive learning