Explain how classes can be made up from students from all over NZ not just our HarbourNet community.
Teacher delivers via online Learning Management System – Moodle, Ultranet – and or email, Facebook, Twitter, Skype, Text, phoneReporting/ exams all held in conjunction with our school.
Your school enrolls students in an e-learning class. This might be a class that your school doesn’t offer, or the class size is very small (2 – 3), or students might have a subject clash, or it is a course offered through a tertiary organization. Students will join an online class of around 7 – 12 students from around New Zealand and meet online through video conferencing or adobe connect (like Skype) for an hour a week. Students are known as an e-students. The e-teacher will provide work online for the other three hours a week on a website Moodle / Ultranet . Students will be able to access resources, download assignments, upload assignments, discuss through forums, and contact their eteacher through Moodle etc.The teacher will also be able to hold extra tutorials if you need it.The teacher will use other web 2 tools to communicate with students including texts and emails and some use Facebook/Skype
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HarbourNetA collaborative e-learning opportunity forschools and students.
What does this mean for you?• Students have a regular timeslot for their VC lessoneach week.• Come out of your class at that time. This is theexpectation … do not put pressure on them.• Expected to catch up on work missed in their HNoption time.• Any one off assessments that occur in that timestudents should be with your class and are to notifytheir eTeacher of their absence.
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