Frequently Asked Questions
How do I register myself or my students?
Teachers register their classes by filling out a form with their class details and sending it back to us. Visit the registration page to get started.
What NCEA standards have STEM Online modules available?
Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics:
Visit the standards page on our website to find a complete list of standards available now, and those we are currently building.
Digital Technologies modules are listed on the DT & HM Online for NCEA page on TKI.
Once registered, how do I access the resources?
We will create logins for you and your students, and then send you a spreadsheet containing your login details. This will include a username and password for each teacher or student which allows you/them to log in to our Moodle platform, and a class code which can be used to enter the course.If you have registered for multiple courses, you will have a different code for each. The code will only be needed when entering each course for the first time, and from then on it will appear on your dashboard whenever you log in.
Can I track my students’ use of the modules?
Teachers can view a gradebook in Moodle. This will show quiz results for modules where they are available, completion of modules, and when students last accessed each section of the course.
What do I do if I spot a typo?
Every effort is made to minimise the omission of important information or errors with the information provided. If you spot any typos, errors or opportunities to improve the content – please fill out the contact form to let us know.
Do I have to pay for the resource?
This resource is being provided by the University of Auckland to all secondary schools and students of New Zealand at no cost. The one requirement is that it is not used by students without the assistance of a classroom teacher (other than for homework or revision). Learn more about STEM Online NZ.
Who do I contact for more information?
For more information, contact the STEM Online NZ project coordinator using the contact form.