Source: University of Auckland
With the start of a new school year underway, this page is to update you on:
How to access 2019 courses
If you are already registered, setting up your access is as simple as completing this registration form to let us know which NCEA standards you would like access to.
We will email you once this has been completed.
A simple new process to register your students
We know that the process for registering students has been overly complicated in the past, and we are delighted to let you know that registering your students in 2019 is much simpler!
Registering your students is now as easy as exporting your class list with the details we require for each student: Full legal name, gender, date of birth and school email address.
Once you send your class list to us, we do the rest – we will email you to confirm once your students can access the resources.
You can find full details of the process to register your students, as well as a template to follow, here.
Standards currently available
We have resources to support a number of NCEA standards Digital Technologies, Physics and Mathematics.
We’d like to ask your help in letting teachers in these subjects know that these resources are available – would you consider forwarding this email to the relevant people in your school?
Resources to support the Digital Media standard (AS91880), as well as a version of Compression Coding in te reo Māori will also be available by the end of February 2019.
We will let Digital Technologies teachers know when these resources are open for registrations.
Translational Motion and Circular Motion & Gravity sections available now; Rotating and Oscillating Systems sections soon to be published.
Any questions? Please contact us
If there is anything you need help with in regards to using STEM Online NZ resources, please contact Tina Kittelty (firstname.lastname@example.org). We are always happy to help.
Ngā mihi nui,
DT & HM Online for NCEA