Ngā Matapakinga | Discussion

    Carolyn English
    Learning in communities / Te ako ā-hapori: A facilitated panel
    14 September
    Public discussion Created by Carolyn English

    Kia ora, kia orana, talofa lava, malo e lelei, warm greeting to all

    CORE believes in the power of collaboration - teachers, with learners and whānau, developing solutions using shared practice and research. We know you are exploring ways that teachers with your community partners can provide rich learning experiences so all learners can engage with future-focused issues and contribute to their community.

    We have a sofa session focused on Learning in Communities where you can hear what others are exploring as we slowly edge our way into structured networks. Here is the abstract: "The fundamental shift in emphasis from the individual, self-managing school to open, connected, collaborative partnerships establishes the context for this sofa session discussion, and provides opportunities to address a range of key questions." Bring your questions and explore some of the gnarly issues of implementation.

    CORE's 10 trends 2017 on Learning Communities is a good piece of background reading.

    So book in Breakout 5 on Thursday12 October - 1.45pm-3.15pm in the Arena Lounge on Level 1 of the Claudelands Events Centre.

     

    Kia ora and thank you for the invite Carolyn, I'll send a call out via Twitter (#uLearn17) and invite people to add some of their wonderings, issues, grapplings in this discussion thread before the panel discussion. smiley

    - By Tessa Gray
      • Tessa Gray
        By Tessa Gray
        Oct 12

        Kia ora and thank you for the invite Carolyn, I'll send a call out via Twitter (#uLearn17) and invite people to add some of their wonderings, issues, grapplings in this discussion thread before the panel discussion. smiley

        • Carolyn English
          By Carolyn English
          Oct 12

          Kia ora Thinking about learning communities - in your classroom, with your profession, with your local community? Come and join us: 

          Sofa session

          Breakout 5 on Thursday 12 October - 1.45pm-3.15pm in the Arena Lounge on Level 1 of the Claudelands Events Centre.

          Our guests are Anne Milne, Mike Malcolm, Andrew Corney

           

          We'll be grappling with some of the gnarly-ness associated with being a community. Maybe explore some of the dichotomies about learning as communities. What are some of issues you have been grappling with - ask our panel

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