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    • Tessa Gray

      Brad Waid Keynote: A look at emerging technology, gaming and digital citizenship

      We're pretty excited with the keynote speakers at uLearn this year. For example, Brad Waid is going to be talking about emerging technologies; what is here and what is coming, the power of gaming in education and more in his keynote on, Engaging the globally connected student ...

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      • Tessa Gray

        Eric Mazur Keynote: Innovating education to educate innovators

        Eric Mazur keynote: Blog post by Derek Wenmoth   Eric Mazur is a unique and inspirational choice as opening keynote for ULearn17. The Balkinski Professor of Physics and applied physics at Harvard University - not only is he is a globally recognised physicist, but also a published autho...

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        • Tessa Gray

          Brad Waid Keynote: Engaging the “globally” connected student of today

          Brad Waid Keynote: Engaging the “globally” connected student of today. Blog post by Joanne Robson, CORE Education Tātai Aho Rau        We have been waiting since October 6th 2016 to hear Brad Waid, who is “passionate about Education, Technology and maki...

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          • Tessa Gray

            Abdul Chohan Keynote: Changing belief: Apple technology in the classroom

            A little about Abdul Chohan…Blog post by James Hopkins   Known as a pioneer for his work in learning through mobile devices, Abdul enabled student learning and empowered students at Essa Academy, Bolton. He has developed and worked with a number of international education organi...

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            • Tessa Gray

              Ann Milne Keynote: Colouring in the White Spaces

              Colouring in the White Spaces - Ann Milne PhD. Blog post by Aiono Manu Faaea-Semeatu   “We know that schooling has been complicit in perpetuating white spaces in our learning contexts.  My role in Kia Aroha College has been on two major levels: Professional level a...

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              • Tessa Gray

                A little can be huge when colouring in white spaces

                As most of you know, Ann Milne: Colouring in the white spaces was the final keynote for uLearn17. Jedd Bartlett also shared the keynote presentation from EDtalks. Here's a recent blog post (23 Oct 17) from Dr Ann Milne, Who should learn most about White Privilege—Māori ...

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                • Tessa Gray

                  Keynote video presentations

                  We're bringing you the full uLearn17 keynote presentations as they become available via EDtalks. Why not share them with your staff and colleagues, or blog about them and share the messages wider... http://edspace.org.nz/pages/view/28770/keynote-video-presentations  

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