Supporting: The Kopu Project
“We were keen to be involved in developing a strategic pathway for small schools (students, teachers & parent community) to migrate to the second education paradigm and benefit from the opportunities that this brings.” – Mark Treadwell, Director, Knowledge Networks
To learn more about the second education paradigm visit these web locations.
The KnowledgeNET is a Learning Management System built to meet the challenges and opportunities that the internet landscape presents in the 21st century.
The KnowledgeNET allows the sharing of information and facilitates communication between cluster schools, teachers, administrators, students and parents/caregivers, delivering a rich teaching and online learning environment.
The concept of KnowledgeNet was created by the New Zealand-based educational company, Teachers@Work, and over the last three years the KnowledgeNET has drawn on the technical expertise of Dataview Design Ltd in the development of the product.
Dataview delivers the sales, administration, training and helpdesk support for the KnowledgeNET and is made up of 14 people who deliver the service to New Zealand schools.
Dataview has combined technical expertise with experience in teaching and learning and research from Teachers@Work, which has contributed to the development of KnowledgeNET.
Contact: Phil Giller