NEX - Online Teachers Network


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Building capability in online learning and teaching through Networks of Expertise

In this issue we talk about NEX Online as being home for Communities of Practice -  self-organising, peer-supported learning communities that provide a range of ways to participate. Find out what is the buzz in NEX during June - jump in and join in!

Lead teachers Marina & Angela discuss problems of practice:

  • how to support students to develop key learning dispositions in the online environment and;
  • how to develop learning relationships between eteacher, student & edean that ensure student success.

Find out how you can access funding for teacher research and inquiry and collaborative projects in online teaching and learning.

Aroha mai for the lateness of this newsletter! It somehow got lost in our system.... Look out for our August edition coming soon. 

Follow our social media to keep up to date with events and activities - there is a lot going on. Join NEX to continue the conversations, share ideas and resources.

Ngā mihi

Rachel


  1. The Communities of Practice

    This is a self-organising, peer-supported learning community that provides a range of ways to participate Read more…
  2. NEX Buzz - June

    This ongoing series of articles keeps members up to date with some of the activities in the NEX online learning community. Jump in and ... Read more…
  3. Video: Relationships and Learning

    How can we work together as eDeans and eTeachers to enable each student to build the skills and dispositions that allows them to be a ... Read more…
  4. Video: Problems of Practice

    How can I support my students to develop key learning dispositions in the online environment? Read more…
  5. Contestable funds for research/inquiry or collaborative projects

    NEX is pleased to offer, with the support of the MoE, funding for teacher research and inquiry and collaborative projects in online ... Read more…