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    • Scott Mackenzie

      Scott Mackenzie

      I am currently the senior syndicate leader at Hampden Street School in Nelson. Our focus is on bringing creativity and student voice to the forefront of learning. I feel that the key competencies and student-led learning are the keys to our students making meaningful contributions to their fut...

      Skills: 21st Century learning, Promoting technology as a tool for learning, Integrated curriculum, Building a team culture, Relationships

      • Caryn Deans

        Caryn Deans

        "Competent and confident learners and communicators, healthy in mind, body and spirit, secure in their sense of belonging and the knowledge that they make a valued contribution to society" (Ministry of Education, 2017). What an amazing aspiration for the children of Aotearoa. My n...

        Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Whānau, Relationships, Brain Development, Infant & Toddlers, Attachment, Bicultural Learning & Development, Communities of Practice, Children's Rights

        • Nadia

          Nadia

          Kia Ora my name is Nadia and I am a qualified teacher specialising in Infants and Toddlers. I have been teaching in ECE for the last 20 or so years and have twin boys who are coming up 3 years old. 

          Tags (please separate each one with a comma): Infants, Toddlers, Natural movement, Pikler, Reggio, RIE, Respectful practice, Relationships, having fun, learning new things

          • edSpace

            Example discussion | Peer Coaching in Kāhui Ako

            Please note: The following discussion post has been created for demonstration purposes, to show how discussion threads can be used across a Kāhui Ako group. A wee while back Monika Kern responded in a thread in the VLN about how working with teachers to become peer coaches. She gave a won...

            Tags: peer, formative, coaching, teachers, leaders, learning, mentoring, language, relationships

            • Tessa Gray

              What makes an online community?

              What are you? A Blues or Hurricanes fan? A Mac or PC user? Prefer a Holden or a Ford? Having a discussion (or even argument) around important things that really matter to us is nothing new.  I'm currently (enjoying) working my way through an online course, learning mor...

              Tags: community, engagement, relationships, common, interests

              • CORE Education

                Creating and nurturing social networks for leveraging improvements in Kāhui Ako

                In this video hosted by Enabling e-Learning, Fulbright Global Scholar, Alan Daly talks about how to create and grow social networks within a community to create high quality impact in educational systems. Alan starts by sharing a portion of a Dr Martin Luther King quote, We are caught in a...

                Tags: alan, daly, social, networks, communities, relationships, presentation, enabling e-learning

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                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...
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                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