Te Kura NZ’s online learning for early childhood, primary and secondary education
Get an insight into how Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu (Te Kura), New Zealand’s state distance education provider, delivers online learning for early childhood, primary and secondary education. Participants will get insight into the school’s online learning environment; how learners and supervisors interact with learning content; and how teachers manage the environment. Presented by members of Te Kura’s curriculum and online team www.tekura.school.nz
Join Sarah Dohl and Nick Lovering for the story of how Katherine School of the Air integrated rubrics into their whole school approach to student feedback. In this session, they will share:
- how rubrics are used for student learning
- what students are saying about rubrics
- how using rubrics has impacted on interactionsbetween student, home tutor and teacher
The Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) has been supporting NSW distance education school teachers through the provision of a range of professional learning opportunities.
AFTRS has been training teachers in the use of voice techniques to help teachers make their web lessons more engaging for students.
In this session Pip Jokhan and James Dickman of Sydney Distance Education High School demonstrated a number of these engagement techniques.