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June 20, 2017

June Update 2017

A newsletter for my Kiwi colleagues.

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June Update 2017
Joining in Japanese class with Mangere Central School
Joining in Japanese class with Mangere Central School, by Rachel Whalley
Connected, Passionate, Purposeful Learners! by Rachel Whalley
Our Governance Group recently ratified our 2018 – 2020 VLN Primary Charter. Thanks to our schools’ community for your input that helped shape our key strategic document. Here are some of the changes that we made. Read more
Kia ora koutou katoa

Naumai, haere mai ki te Kura Tuatahi – Akonga Aka Mariko. Welcome to the VLN Primary School

Our goal is to:

Create Connected, Passionate, Purposeful Learners

This month we say au revoir to Rachel Whalley as she goes on Sabbatical. Our National Coordinator Ginette Van Praag will be relieving for her in her absence. We wish her and husband Rick, safe and happy travels for their trip overseas, and look forward to welcoming her return in Term 4.

An important theme this month is our 2018 Charter, updated and ratified to position us firmly within the CoOLs sector.  The new Charter is learner-centred and acknowledges that all are learners / ākonga – students, teachers, whānau and the wider community.  With this in mind we are focussing more deeply on improving teaching and learning through PLD, building our learning community and developing systems and structures that support this.

Following on from this theme, we include a timely article by Rick Whalley around the importance of ‘home school’ support staff in developing and supporting learner partcipation and management of their learning with the VLN Primary School.  The article highlights key findings from his research thesis and includes a link to a resource he has developed for schools.

In this newsletter:

Semester 1 is rapidly coming to a close and enrolments are now open for Semester 2 classes.  Inside you’ll find links to our Semester 2 prospectus with resources to support your student’s learning choices.  Don’t forget you can also visit our new website for further information. Our ALLiS contract ends this year, so Semester 2 is your last chance to access any of our ALLiS programmes at no additional cost!

We know that Google Classrooms is a great platform for sharing activities and collating work from students. This Semester we have been trialling Google Classrooms in some of our online classes. This article from eTeacher Sofie Jacobs highlights some of the key features and benefits and is well worth a read.  We plan to use the platform with all our classes from 2018.  If you’d like help with setting up your school to connect with VLNP Google Classrooms, please get in touch and I will be happy to help.

Finally, we would like to invite EOI’s for a reciprocal contribution of an eTeacher to teach Computer Science and Programming. This is a growth area for us and with the new NZC Digital Technologies coming into schools for 2018 you may find the PLD particularly useful to support its implementation in your school.

Kia pai tō ra

Ngā mihi nui

Ginette

 

Lisa and learners from Mangere exploring Chinese
Semester 2 Enrolments Now Open

Do you want your students to be #connectedlearners, lead their own learning and build key competencies?  Do you want to share in the expertise of a growing collaborative network of schools?   Read more

Ready for French lesson @ Blackmount School
Supporting online learners

Effective student support is a key to learners achieving success. Rick Whalley discusses his research findings and shares a resource for schools Read more

Connecting Globally
Global connections – Making it work

Having been asked often, “How do you establish and maintain your global connections?” Geoff Wood details the nuts, bolts and issues relating to this. Read more

Online teaching and learning becomes more visible using this platform
Using Google Classrooms to support student learning

This year some of our eTeachers have been using Google Classrooms to share activities and resources with students and as a tool to collate and evaluate student work. eTeacher, Sofie Jacobs, shares her experiences so far. Read more

Mangatwhiri eLearners 
Teach Computer Science and Programming online!

The new NZC Digital Technologies Curriculum is coming into schools from 2018 and Computer Science and Programming are some of the Big Ideas covered in the new curriculum. Read more

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[AECT] News & Notes – June 19, 2017

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June 19, 2017
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NEWS&NOTESThe purpose of each weekly issue is to provide information and to engage members in the diverse opportunities and activities of your association.

AECT SOCIAL MEDIA SURVEY (2017). AECT is trying to learn more about how members use social media in their professional lives. Please help us by completing a short survey of six questions. Thank you for your support.

SUMMER BOARD AND LEADERSHIP MEETING. Plans are being finalized for the 2017 Summer Board & Leadership Meeting, which will be held at the Hyatt Regency in Jacksonville, Florida, July 24-25, 2017. If you haven’t already registered, please do so. Details regarding registration and hotel reservations are available on the AECT website.

2017 EARLY CAREER SYMPOSIUM ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS. AECT’s Research and Theory Division will be hosting the 2017 Early Career Symposium this year sponsored by AECT. The symposium will be held as a half day online conference October 28th and at the annual AECT International Convention on Tuesday, November 7 (half day 1-6 PM starting with lunch) and Wednesday, November 8 (half day, 7:30AM – noon, ending with lunch together with the AECT Board), 2017, in Jacksonville, Florida. The symposium will thus engage participants in a day and a half of focused career mentoring and networking.Learn how to apply!

NEW SPECIAL INTEREST GROUP. The AECT Executive Committee has approved a new special interest group – Learner Engagement. The leadership team consists of Kay K. Seo (University of Cincinnati), Scott Gibbons (University of Cincinnati), and Matt Yauk (Ohio State University).  For more information, please contact Kay K. Seo.

DID YOU KNOW? Since 2013 there have been over 670,000 chapters downloaded from the 4th Edition of the Handbook for Research on Educational Communications & Technology. Additional stats and facts can be found here.

JOURNAL OF FORMATIVE DESIGN IN LEARNING. Journal of Formative Design in Learning, a publication of AECT, published its first few papers. All the papers in Volume 1 (2017) and Volume 2 (2018) are freely available to anyone during those two years. Simply visit the homepage and click on Online First Articles to access the article. The journal’s content is available to all AECT members via the AECT website. We welcome you to submit your next paper to this journal to experience its fair, balanced, timely, and helpful peer review. Accepted papers are published quickly (within 2-3 weeks) and enjoy wide dissemination, including free availability in the journal’s first two years. The homepage contains a link (Submit Online) to the journal’s Editorial Manager website, as well as instructions for authors, aims and scope, Editorial Board, and more. Please contact Editor-in-Chief Robert Kenny with any general inquiries about the journal.

NEW AECT/SPRINGER PUBLICATION. New Ecology for Education — Communication X Learning, Selected Papers from the HKAECT-AECT 2017 Summer International Research Symposium, Ma, W.K.W., Chan, C.K.A., Tong, K.-w., Fung, H., Fong, C.W.R. (Eds.) This book gathers the best papers from the HKAECT-AECT 2017 Summer International Research Symposium. Revealing the complex interactions between communication and learning, which are represented by the symbol “X” in the title, it provides a platform for knowledge exchange on the new ecology for education in the digital era. It also equips readers to handle complex issues in both communication and education, and clarifies the difference between practitioners and academics in communication and in education. Additional information can be found here.

Bookmark the AECT website and make it your go-to place for information about your professional association. Check in often. There’s always something new!


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Distance-Educator.com Free e-Newsletter 6/19/17

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Optical Communication at Record-High Speed

Soliton frequency combs generated in optical microresonators allow to transmit data at rates of more than 50 terabits per second – publication in Nature Science and Technology Research News

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June 19, 2017

Be A Part Of The Action – NPDL NZ Deep Learning Lab 2017 Is Coming!

One for my Kiwi readers.

Three weeks left to register for NZ Deep Learning Lab 2017!
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Kia ora Michael

New Pedagogies for Deep Learning is making a difference to schools | kura | Communities of Learning throughout the world. New Zealand’s Deep Learning Lab 2017 is an excellent opportunity for you to discover more about deep learning and what it can do for you.

Please note registrations close in three weeks.

Join innovative educators, dedicated partners and thought leaders at this two-day event, which explores key themes; Going Deeper, Shifting Practice – Building Precision, and Developing Coherence.

DLL 2017 is for all educators, whether you are looking to improve your teaching practice, are part of an established Community of Learning, or a school in the process of forming a Community of Learning.

  • Learn from and collaborate with global experts
  • Investigate and evaluate pedagogies
  • Improve our teaching practice and outcome for learners
  • Embrace innovation
  • Experience powerful learning
Amongst DLL 2017’s acclaimed and inspiring presenters, Keynote Speaker Kaila Colbin will challenge us to work in a future focused world, where exponential growth of technology offers exciting opportunities to disrupt education.

DLL 2017 spaces are limited so we recommend you register now to secure your place – be part of the action.

NZ Deep Learning Lab 2017
20-21 July
Rangi Ruru Girls’ School
Christchurch

Accommodation Information

Registrations now open:

This event is being hosted by CORE Education, in collaboration with New Pedagogies for Deep Learning. NPDL is a global collaboration of schools to build knowledge and practice that develop deep learning and foster whole system change. As the NZ partner for NPDL, CORE provides provides a national programme of support, providing a national community of practice and links to the international projects and partners to enrich and extend what you are doing in your own context. This includes facilitated support for participating schools or clusters on the use of the key frameworks and measurement approaches, developing improved teaching and learning practices that lead to more successful outcomes for all students. Further benefits and detailed information can be found on our website.

Have a question?

For further enquiries email Margot McKeegan or phone 027 506 3899

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June 17, 2017

NCVPS E-lert – June 15, 2017 – Summer Edition II (Classes Begin Monday, June 19) —

A newsletter from Thursday’s inbox.

Districts and Charter Schools,
Please forward this E-lert to your school-level stakeholders. We often have enrollment information for counselors, grades for data managers, tips for lab facilitators, announcements for testing coordinators, and strategies for school leaders, all of whom support your district’s and school’s e-learning efforts. If you are having difficulty viewing this email, you may view it as a web page here.
NCVPS E-lert – June 15, 2017 – Summer Edition II (Classes Begin Monday, June 19)

CalendarCheckCalendar Check
2017 – 2018
Summer Dates
Start Date: Monday, June 19
Day 3 Status Report: Thursday, June 22
Last Day to Register: Friday, June 23
First Progress Report: Thursday, June 29
Last Day to Drop: Friday, June 30
End Date: Friday, August 11
Grades Posted: Thursday, August 17
See our calendar for progress report dates. We post updates every two weeks throughout the semester.
Essential Links

NCVPS Is Hiring Teachers

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Current E-lert News

Greetings!

Greetings, everyone!
Summer classes begin on Monday, June 19. Students will not be able to log in before that date. However, they can become familiar with how NCVPS works and what the expectations will be in their courses by visiting our Getting Started for Students page.
If your students have difficulty logging in on Monday, have them go through our trouble shooting steps outlined below.
We will continue to register for summer until June 23, our fifth day of summer classes.
We also have an update on CTE courses for OCS students. We have a number of courses that have added supports for OCS students. Please see that update here.
Please check out all the details below.
New Updates
Important Information
In addition, be sure to check out all of our tips and reminders in this week’s e-lert.

StudentLoginLogin Details for Students

Please remember that schools need to issue usernames and passwords to students. NCVPS does not do this. You can find usernames and passwords in your enrollment report. Here’s how to access your enrollment report.
Students will be able to log in on the first day of class. Students should initially go our Student Login Page here: http://ncvps.org/student-bbmoodle-login.
The Student Login Page gives some details about our Canvas learning management system (LMS), and it includes the troubleshooting steps below if they have difficulty logging in.
The Student Login Page then takes students to their Canvas login, which students should bookmark:  https://ncvps.instructure.com/login/canvas/.
If students have difficulty logging in, here are their troubleshooting steps:

1. Be sure that you have your correct username and password. Your school will issue you this login information. NCVPS does not issue usernames and passwords.

 

2. NCVPS uses Canvas for its learning management system. Many schools and districts also use Canvas. NCVPS has its own Canvas login web address. Be sure you are logging in to your NCVPS courses at this link: https://ncvps.instructure.com/login/canvas/

 

3. If this is your first time logging in, confirm with your e-learning advisor (ELA) that you are enrolled and not waitlisted.

 

4. If you were just registered today, it will take 24 hours to get access.

 

5. If you had an NCVPS class before in Canvas, and you changed your password, then that is the password that you will need to use.

 

6. If you still cannot log in, open a ticket with our Virtual Support Center. Be sure to include your name, PowerSchool ID number, school, and course that you’re trying to log in to.

 

7. If you have forgotten your password, use the “Forgot Password” feature on the login page. This will work if you have your correct email address identified in the course settings.

SummerUpdatesSummer 2017 Updates

NCVPS needs the contact information for each school that registers students for Summer 17 classes.  Students will need to know who the contact is, as well. Students can drop through our 10th day of class, and they need to know who to contact at the school or at the district level so that they can be dropped. Districts may elect to have just one contact for the entire district over the summer.
Presently, you may not have any students enrolled in NCVPS summer courses, but if your school does enroll students in the coming weeks for Summer 2017, we will need this information.
If districts have their school-level ELA contact information in an Excel document, they can copy and paste that into the contact box on the link above.
Start Date: Monday, June 19
Last Day to Register: Friday, June 23
Last Day to Drop: Friday, June 30 – Some districts are on an abbreviated summer schedule for staff by this date. Be sure your summer students know who to contact in the district if they want to be dropped. NCVPS cannot drop students. June 30 is the last day districts and schools can drop students with no penalty for the student and no cost for the district or charter.
End Date: Friday, August 11
Grades Posted: Thursday, August 17
Follow this link to our registration system.
If you need access, contact our Virtual Support Center here.
Please remember that there is only one login per school.  If your school already has access, you will need to share the login username and password.
If you are new to the NCVPS registration system or need a refresher, the guide at this link will help.
See the student checklist at this link. Be sure to send this link to your enrolled students.

GradeReportUpdatesGrade Report Updates
Report Card

 CurrentGradesWhat Grades Are Currently Posted?
June 1: Traditional Final Grades w/ Anticipated EOC/CTE Scores Posted in the NCVPS Registration System
June 21: Summer School Day 3 Status Report

ReportOverviewReporting Overview

See how your students are progressing! We post progress reports every two weeks in the registration system. These are unweighted grades.
Only our final grade report is a weighted grade report.
NCVPS posts student status reports after the third and seventh days of class. These reports indicate if students have logged in or not to their NCVPS courses. These reports are early warning indicators for schools.

Fall2017UpdatesFall 2017 Updates

Don’t panic if your students land the waitlist when you register them. Our instructional directors look at the waitlists daily to determine if a new section needs to be opened or if a current section needs to be expanded.
We do have a few courses operating at capacity, however.   See the list of courses at capacity here.  If a student is waitlisted in a course that is at capacity, the only way the student will move off the waistlist is  if an already enrolled student drops the course.
Important Dates
Start Dates
Early Calendar: August 14
Traditional Calendar: August 28
Day 3 No-Show Report
Early Calendar: August 17
Traditional Calendar: August 31
*Find this document in the registration system. It will show which students have not logged in yet. Please contact those students.
Day 7 No-Show Report
Early Calendar: August 23
Traditional Calendar: September 7
*Find the Day 3 and Day 7 no-show reports in our registration system (click “Reports.”) These reports show which students have not logged in. Please contact them to see if they need help or if they need to be dropped.
Last Day to Drop and Add
Early Calendar: August 25
Traditional Calendar: September 11
This is the last day districts and schools can drop students with no penalty for the student and no cost for the district or charter.
See the NCVPS Calendar Page for progress report dates. We post updates every two weeks throughout the semester.

Program and Catalog Updates

Flex Enrollment Update

Fall enrollments for Flex will begin after the NCVPS Fall 2017 registration period ends, in mid-September.

The Flex option is not for schools that are on a different calendar than what NCVPS offers. It is for individual student situations for flex learning needs.

CTEwithOCSCTE Courses for OCS Students

NCVPS has four CTE courses that have additional resources for OCS students. If you have OCS students who need NCVPS CTE courses, please enroll them in our Career Management, Personal Finance, Principles of Business, or Marketing courses. These courses are not part of our OCS program, but they do have supports in place for OCS students.

NCVPS Resources

Tech Updates
HelpDeskEmailIssuesHelp Desk Issues with Certain Emails
We are experiencing issues sending help desk responses to the following email domains:
AOL
BellSouth
Carolina.rr.com
Roadrunner.com
When submitting a Help Desk ticket, please use an alternate email address other than one of the above domains. We are working to resolve the issue.
ChromebookUpdateChromebook Update
Google Chromebooks are currently supported for NCVPS Courses.
Google Chromebook and Chrome OS are possible options for you to consider to support your learning at NCVPS. While NCVPS learning environments are fully compatible with Google Chromebooks, some third party content within your courses may not yet be updated to meet the requirements set forth within the Chrome Operating System. If you experience an interruption in your learning, please open a help desk ticket at help.ncvps.com and we will make reasonable accommodations to support your learning experience.
Students are able to open a help ticket with our Virtual Support Center when they are logged into Canvas.
When “Page Not Found” appears users should open a Virtual Support tickets by clicking on the ? Help button then clicking on “Enter a NCVPS Help Desk Ticket.”
Password Reset
If you have had your password reset, the new password will not expire unless you have reset it. If you have forgotten what your password was reset to, you can look up the help desk ticket to access the new password or click on “Forgot Password”.
When requesting help regarding a course it always easier for tech support to respond quickly if we have the specific section name, for example:
CourseSec01Sum16
When opening a ticket with the virtual support center, please always include the following:
  • Student’s first & last name
  • PowerSchool ID number (This will help ensure we have the correct student)
  • School name (full name, i.e. Eastern Mills High School, not EMHS)
  • Course name – if the student is already enrolled,  include specific section, i.e. CourseSec01Sum16.
If you need a new student account for a student who is new to PowerSchool (not just transferring schools), include the following:
  • Your full school name (i.e. Eastern Mills High School, not EMHS)
  • The student’s first and last name
  • The student’s PowerSchool ID number
  • The student’s email address
  • The student’s phone number (the contact number this will be in PowerSchool)
  • Does the student have an IEP? Yes/No
  • Does the student have a 504 Plan? Yes/No
Replying to a Support Center Ticket
 
After you submit a ticket to the Virtual Support Center, you will receive a ticket confirmation and resolution via email. To expedite your resolution, please do not reply to the email. The email will have a link in it for your response. Please click on that link (see below).
This will put the ticket right back in the queue of the person who is working on your ticket. If you reply to the email, then that will have to be manually put into the ticket, and that can delay the process by several hours.
In Canvas:
Click on “settings” on your name in the upper right side of your course.
Click on “Add Email Address” under Ways to Contact on the right of screen.
Add your correct email if Canvas is not displaying your correct email.
Click on “Register email.”
Click the star next to your correct email address.
javaflashUpdatesJAVA, Flash, and Browser Updates
Please update your Java to Version Java 8, Update 131.
Head to http://java.com/en/download/manual.jsp and follow the instructions from there.

Please go to the following link to update Adobe Flash Player to the latest Version 23.0.0.207

The Chrome Browser has had a recent update: 
Please update your Chrome browser to the latest version Version 58.0.3029.96

To update Google Chrome:

  1. On your computer, open Chrome
  2. At the top right, click More
  3. Click Settings
  4. Click About
  5. Relaunch
 
Many students visit our homepage to log in to their courses. It is a best practice to bookmark the actual login pages for Canvas. Please have students and lab facilitators bookmark the following page:  https://ncvps.instructure.com/login/canvas/
In addition, many school administrators visit our homepage to log in to our registration system or Virtual Support Center. Please bookmark both of these pages in your web browser:
Virtual Support Center: http://www.help.ncvps.org/
 
 
For additional information, please see our Tech Requirements:
http://ncvps.org/technology-requirements

Course Catalogues
NCVPS Courses
NCVPS offers over 150 different courses, including advanced placement, electives, traditional, honors, core, STEM, occupational course of study, and credit recovery courses.
VendorApprovedUpdatesVendor Approved Courses

In addition to NCVPS courses, North Carolina public schools also have a list of approved third-party vendor courses that they may choose from for virtual classes. Please follow this link to see the list of approved vendor courses. More on the vendor approval process can be found here.

Here are the newest approved vendor courses: (Course Title – Vendor)

Courses – Vendor
Biology Honors – Edgenuity
Chemistry Honors – Edgenuity
Math 1 – Connections Education
Math 2 – Connections Education
Math 3 – Connections Education
Occupational Preparation 1 – Edgenuity
Physical Science Honors – Edgenuity
Physics Honors – Edgenuity
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