Flexible Learning Association of New Zealand


Welcome to the first issue of the FLANZ Magazine for 2019. In this issue you will find the submissions and discussion of the Review of Vocational Education and Tomorrow’s Schools as well as emerging research about putting a smile in online education, reflections on the value of professional communities and recent FLANZ webinar recordings. 


  1. Tomorrow's Schools: reflections on the FLANZ submission.

    The Flexible Learning Association of New Zealand’s submission is made in response to the challenge set out in Full report: Our ... Read more…
  2. Putting the Smile into On-line Learning

    In this article, Lynne draws from her Doctorate in Education research to focus attention on the importance of understanding emotions ... Read more…
  3. Reform of Vocational Education - Submission from the Flexible Learning Association of New Zealand (FLANZ)

    The Flexible Learning Association of New Zealand (FLANZ) is a national professional association with individual and institutional ... Read more…
  4. The Value of FLANZ as a Professional Organisation

    Reflections on almost three decades as a member of DEANZ/FLANZ by Derek Wenmoth Read more…
  5. Future Schooling, Communities of Online Learning and Rural Education.

    This critique, by Rachel Whalley ePrincipal VLN Primary School, of the Tomorrow’s Schools Taskforce report and consultation, “Our ... Read more…
  6. Video: FLANZ webinar recording: Fostering self-directed learning in MOOCs.

    Join Professor Curtis J. Bonk and his colleague, Meina Zhu in understanding how to create a learning environment to facilitate ... Read more…
  7. Video: Webinar recording: Does physical space still matter for flexible learning?

    Dr Brett Bligh, Department of Educational Research, Lancaster University, leads a conversation in understanding the ways physical ... Read more…