NetNZ


Welcome to the NetNZ Annual Report for 2016. We have collected a series of articles that include messages from the board and executive, summaries of activities, and articles that help tell the story of 2016.

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  1. Summary highlights in 2016

    NetNZ continues to mature as an organisation and this is reflected in a number of highlights in 2016. Read more…
  2. What is NetNZ?

    NetNZ is a community of secondary and area schools from the Otago, Canterbury, Southland, and West Coast regions who work together to ... Read more…
  3. Why learn online? Looking beyond curriculum

    If we are to prepare our learners for an ever changing world we need to see online learning as more than a bolt on to our local curriculum Read more…
  4. 2016 NetNZ Financial Summary and Comments 

    In 2016, NetNZ’s third full year of operation, has again achieved a modest ‘bottom line’ surplus. Read more…
  5. Video: Teacher Perspective: A reflection on Knowledge Building

    Knowledge Building with Art Historians Read more…
  6. Video: An eDean Perspective: Supporting students as they learn online

    NetNZ online students are fortunate to have an eDean in their schools to support them with their learning. Read more…
  7. Future Opportunities: How could we organise online learning?

    The growing numbers in our programmes means we need to think about how online classes should be organised to fully realise what the ... Read more…
  8. 'Connected'

    Approaches to online learning vary, but NetNZ is slowly developing a particular flavour of online learning that is ‘connected’.  Read more…
  9. Grass Roots Initiative: Deep Support

    In 2016 we received funding from the Grass Roots Initiative which has enabled us to form a community of practice focused on exploring the ... Read more…
  10. Community and Communities

    NetNZ teachers are free to use whatever platform they choose to develop an online hub for their course, but we do aim to develop a certain ... Read more…
  11. Video: The Asian Language Imperative

    2016 article from our old blog highlighting the importance of developing understanding of Asian culture and language within our schools Read more…
  12. Video: A view from our Neighbours

    In 2016 we had ongoing discussions and engagement with an emerging network of schools in Western Australia Read more…