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    • Tessa Gray

      The Structure: Designing an innovative learning environment | Auckland

      Auckland (Kohia) Friday 11 August 2017 Time Breakfast and seminar: 7.15am - 8.45am Cost Breakfast seminar: $50 + GST per person Venue Kohia Education Centre - Auckland (Click for more info) When designing either a new learning environment or reconfiguring an existing one, ...

      Tags: innovative, learning, environments, pedagogy, inclusive

      • Tessa Gray

        Creating Inclusive and Responsive Classrooms | Dunedin

        Venue Mornington Presbyterian Church Hall - Dunedin Otago / Southland (Click for more info) Date 01 Aug 2017 Time/s 1.00pm - 4.00pm Costs $110 + GST per person Are you unsure of how to support every learner in your busy classroom? Teachers...

        Tags: inclusive, responsive, classrooms, universal, design, learning

      • Multicultural education
        Multicultural education

        Multiculturalism is fundamental to our belief that all peoples are equal. Welcome to this public...

      • Inclusive practice
        Inclusive practice

        ​We believe that everyone belongs, brings value to their community and has an equitable right to...

        • Tessa Gray

          Inclusive education

          This TKI site provides New Zealand educators with practical strategies, suggestions and resources to support the diverse needs of all learners.

          Tags: inclusive, responsive, accessible, personalised, design

          • Tessa Gray

            Creating and sustaining 21st Century libraries

            Venue Online workshop (Click for more info) Date 16 May 2018 Time/s 3.30pm - 5.00pm Costs $99 + GST per person* The traditional notion of what a school library is and could be has undergone a dramatic shift. School libraries in the 21s...

            Tags: school, library, spaces, inclusive, design, future, focused

            • Tessa Gray

              Are we just running the gauntlet?

              All around the country teachers are getting ready for a new year. Vision and goals are representative of the school; equally individual teachers bring their own ideals and values to the table. As we know, a singularly most influential aspect of teaching can be teachers’ attitudes and views ...

              Tags: gifted, inclusive, culturally, responsive, pedagogies, practice, secondary, primary

              • Linda

                Using respectful and inclusive language

                I was interested to hear about Australian airline 'Qantas' recent update of their guidance to staff on what language is appropriate and what isn't. Some of the new words or terminology: Husband and Wife (use “partner” or “spouse” instead) Mum and Dad (...

                Tags: inclusive, LGBTIQA+, diversity, language, wellbeing, student voice

                • CORE Education

                  Making diversity visible for gender and sexuality inclusive schools

                  When we talk about inclusive education for all learners, do we also think about including sexuality minorities or gender identity? In this CORE blog, Jerome Cargill shares his eFellowship project in 2017 when he worked with a small group of teachers to develop their inclusive practices to ensu...

                  Tags: inclusive, gender, diverse, transgender, gay, bi, sexual minorities, education, practice

                  • Sarah-Lou

                    Sarah-Lou

                    Kia ora! I have been working in the education sector for nearly 12 years and at my current Centre, Ara Early Learning Centre for coming up on 11 years.  I have a passion for holistic learning, scientific inquiry, mental health, resilience and wellbeing, and feel very privileged to be working w...

                    Skills: Analytical thinker, Highly reflective, Inclusive, Creative, Humourous, Approachable, Easy to spot in a crowd, Empathetic and intuitive, Respectful Practitioner

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                  • Hei Pānui edSpace | mō te marama Haratua 2018
                    Hei Pānui edSpace | mō te marama Haratua 2018
                    Tēnā koutou, talofa lava, malo o lelei and welcome to our edSpace pānui mō te marama Haratua, our monthly round-up for May 2018. Heraclitus once said, the only thing that is constant is change, and as educators, we know only too well how true that is. New developments are underway to...
                  • edSpace our networking frontier
                    edSpace our networking frontier
                    Connect, share and discuss with edSpace edSpace is an online community for educators to gather and share their ideas, practices, resources and more. Online Facilitator, Tessa Gray, explores what edSpace has to offer in her latest blog post. Have a read and then check out...
                  • Ki te Ao | May
                    Ki te Ao | May
                    CORE's May newsletter is out now! It's overflowing with information about the Advanced Leadership programme, uLearn18, an interview with global education expert Valerie Hannon, and much more. Grab a cuppa and have a read: http://bit.ly/2FD1hG3