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  • CORE PLD facilitators
    CORE PLD facilitators

    Group for CORE facilitators involved in professional learning programmes/projects to; connect, organise resources, share and and reflect on our mahi as we work in schools, kura and CoLs.

    • Tessa Gray

      CORE: BYOD Implementation | Christchurch

      Looking to implement a Bring Your Own Device programme in your school, kura or other setting? BYOD programmes are increasingly an expected part of many schools and classroom programmes. This workshop will examine best practice in a BYOD 'roll-out', and how to identify and avoid some of th...

      Tags: byod, programme, planning, implementation, roll-out, schools, infrastructure, 1:1

      • Tessa Gray

        CORE: BYOD Implementation | Wellington

        Looking to implement a Bring Your Own Device programme in your school, kura or other setting? BYOD programmes are increasingly an expected part of many schools and classroom programmes. This workshop will examine best practice in a BYOD 'roll-out', and how to identify and avoid some of th...

        Tags: byod, programme, planning, implementation, roll-out, schools, infrastructure, 1:1

        • Tessa Gray

          The digital divide: what is our moral imperative?

          As educators we’re often thinking about the strategic, logistical and pedagogical influences and impact of digital technologies on our learners, after all, An active and empowered citizen in a digital age is able to participate in digital environments (Starkey et al., 2017). Understanding c...

          Tags: research, findings, digital, divide, nz, schools, equitable, access, low, decile, high

          • 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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