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eTeachers – The next generation ofteaching & learningRick Whalley & Rachel Roberts
Networked Schools & LearnersVirtual Learning – Derek Wenmoth, Revised LCO Handbook 2010
Virtual Learning NetworkThe Virtual Learning Network (VLN)  supports the concept of classrooms  without walls, where stude...
VLN – PrimaryThe potential is there to be able toprovide all of our students in thePrimary Sector with learningopportuniti...
VLN Primary - Purpose Develop & support elearning collaborations in the Primary School Sector by: Participation in    P...
Participation - Protocols   Participation in the Virtual Learning Network (VLN)    Primary is based on the Principle of R...
Programmes of Learning/Projects      http://pol.vln.school.nz/search
Professional Learning Liaise & participate in the wider educational networks eg VLNC,  potential NEN, ICTPD network, EEL,...
Participating Schools
Why teach online?   Follow your strengths & passions;   Become part of a networked learning community;   Develop your e...
Key Strategies eTeaching   Developing relationships – ‘social presence’;   Communication students & their school support...
Technology - pedagogy   http://blog.core-ed.net/derekarchives/archives/barel.swf
Matapu Students in  German Class
http://www.v7.breezeserver.co.nz/Adobe Classroom - Synchronous learning
VLN Primary Moodle Site                  http://primary.vln.school.nz/                     Asynchronous learningOnline lea...
Would you like to participate inthe VLN Primary?                Contact:                Rachel Roberts                rach...
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  1. 1. eTeachers – The next generation ofteaching & learningRick Whalley & Rachel Roberts
  2. 2. Networked Schools & LearnersVirtual Learning – Derek Wenmoth, Revised LCO Handbook 2010
  3. 3. Virtual Learning NetworkThe Virtual Learning Network (VLN) supports the concept of classrooms without walls, where students and educators have the flexibility to connect with their classes 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Where a rich and diverse range of courses, programmes and activities, from early childhood through to tertiary, are offered by New Zealand-based educators. www.vln.school.nz
  4. 4. VLN – PrimaryThe potential is there to be able toprovide all of our students in thePrimary Sector with learningopportunities that we are not able toprovide in our individual schools.
  5. 5. VLN Primary - Purpose Develop & support elearning collaborations in the Primary School Sector by: Participation in  Programmes of Learning  Projects  Professional Learning LCO Handbook
  6. 6. Participation - Protocols Participation in the Virtual Learning Network (VLN) Primary is based on the Principle of Reciprocity. In order to access learning opportunities, schools also need to contribute to or support learning opportunities. The VLNP is not a service or a product but a collaboration of schools & clusters of schools. The VLNP acts to support and broker those collaborations:  Through MOE support and website services  Through participation in the VLNP Community.
  7. 7. Programmes of Learning/Projects http://pol.vln.school.nz/search
  8. 8. Professional Learning Liaise & participate in the wider educational networks eg VLNC, potential NEN, ICTPD network, EEL, VPLD, Advisory support Grow a Community of Practice of talented eteachers in the primary sector; Provide professional learning support for schools in elearning pedagogies and using the technologies for online learning  Adobe Connect  video conferencing  desktop video conferencing  Audio Conferencing  Moodle and Web 2.0 tools
  9. 9. Participating Schools
  10. 10. Why teach online? Follow your strengths & passions; Become part of a networked learning community; Develop your elearning confidence & capability; Benefits to students
  11. 11. Key Strategies eTeaching Developing relationships – ‘social presence’; Communication students & their school support; Active participation of students – student centred approach; Careful facilitation of online interactions; Collaboration & sharing with others:  Virtual staff meetings,  Collegial support & mentoring,  OER – Open Education Resources.
  12. 12. Technology - pedagogy http://blog.core-ed.net/derekarchives/archives/barel.swf
  13. 13. Matapu Students in German Class
  14. 14. http://www.v7.breezeserver.co.nz/Adobe Classroom - Synchronous learning
  15. 15. VLN Primary Moodle Site http://primary.vln.school.nz/ Asynchronous learningOnline learners and F2F learners = Blended Learning Environment
  16. 16. Would you like to participate inthe VLN Primary? Contact: Rachel Roberts rachel@matapu.schoolzone.net.nz Rick Whalley rick@matapu.schoolzone.net.nz Eddie Reisch Eddie.reisch@minedu.govt.nz
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