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    • Tessa Gray

      CENZ: Enabling e-Learning forum: Digital technologies in the national curriculum

      ENABLING E-LEARNING FORUM: Digital technologies in the national curriculum, 12 May - 12 June Enabling e-Learning has published some new resources on, Digital Technologies in the national curriculum - what's it all about? In this forum we'll unpack some of the key ideas and re...

      Tags: e-learning, forum, enabling e-learning, vln, discussion, thread, month

      • Tessa Gray

        Quick tips to start discussions with others

        To join this group, go to the top right-hand corner and click  To join in the discussions in this group, go to Group discussions and respond to conversations that you can relate to. To start a new discussion thread, either click on   on the home page or click on Group...

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        • Anne Kenneally

          Media Monday - Edtalks…

          Kia ora,  Each week we are going to add a recent release EDtalk as an event in the Connected Educator Calendar. These are interviews, discussions, and presentations from thought leaders, innovative educators, and inspirational learners. Watch the talks at your leisure. Maybe you can use t...

          Tags: EDtalks, media, interviews, discussion, thought leaders, innovation, inspiration, PLD, inquiry

          • CORE Education

            Ask a question

            This is a fast and responsive community-based discussion forum, we’re not always going to ‘get it right’ but we know we can learn from each other.  We are a community of experts, some in classrooms, some who support a community of practitioners. All of your wonderings a...

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            • CORE Education

              Three steps towards student wellbeing

              Thanks to all those who came to today's Breakfast seminar and workshop in Christchurch - we hope you gained lots of thought provoking ideas about student wellbeing to take back to your learning environments from our wonderful presenter Philippa! This session was designed to: use a fr...

              Tags: student, well, being, framework, next, steps, discussion, reflection

              • CORE Education

                Culturally responsive practice in Aotearoa

                For the rest of Haratua (May) and Pipiri (June), we'll be bringing you a collection of short videos (interview, presentations) from thought leaders and innovative educators about ideas, concepts and frameworks for ensuring our practice in schools is inclusive and culturally responsive. Fir...

                Tags: EDtalks, culturally, responsive, practice, schools, aotearoa, discussion

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