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    Tessa Gray
    Challenge you hope to raise, address or overcome: Post your challenge here
    16 October
    Public discussion Created by Tessa Gray

    Soldering uLearn17 has now come and gone, we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did!

    In the spirit of keeping those vibes and thoughts alive, describe a challenge you hope to raise, address or overcome in your school/kura/CoL as a result of attending uLearn17?

    Post your challenge (wero) here:

    The biggest thing that challenged me was Ann Milne and Andrew Judd in evaluating my practice, attitude and vocabulary to see where my actions and language perpetuate the colonialist view of education and create inequity in my own and others practice and environment.

    - By Denise Barrington
      • Denise Barrington
        By Denise Barrington
        Oct 18

        The biggest thing that challenged me was Ann Milne and Andrew Judd in evaluating my practice, attitude and vocabulary to see where my actions and language perpetuate the colonialist view of education and create inequity in my own and others practice and environment.

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