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    • Tessa Gray

      CORE: Establishing a Digital Citizenship Programme in your School | Christchurch

      Confident, connected, digital citizens is something we all aspire to develop in our schools and kura. The challenge is often understanding what this can actually look like in practice. In this very practical workshop we will explore what the key components of digital citizenship actually are and ...

      Tags: digital, citizenship, programmes, workshops, students, teachers, whānau

    • Future focused education
      Future focused education

      Rapid change is taking place in many areas of our world including demographics, environment,...

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        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

          Digital technologies | Hangarau Matihiko: What teachers, leaders & Communities of Learning need to know

          Fact sheet for educators. https://education.govt.nz/assets/Documents/Ministry/consultations/DT-consultation/DTHM-Curriculum-Factsheet-for-Teachers-2017.pdf

          Tags: digital, technologies, hangarau, matihiko, teachers, cols, info

        • TER
          TER

          Nau mai haere mai! Tēnā koutou, malo e lei lei, welcome to you TER place on edSpace. This is an open forum for you to connect and meet with others on the Teacher Education Refresh (TER) programme, and to seek and offer support with those puzzles of practice. Your contributions and expertise will be invaluable as we grow this community of educators together.

          • Tessa Gray

            Getting ready to implement Digital Technologies | Panel discussion from Australia

            Just after John Hattie’s messages, there's an interesting Australian panel debate (2016) where educators (and a student) talk about getting ready to implement Computer Science and Digital Technologies into their curriculum. Might be some gems for us in here too, as we begin to learn ...

            Tags: digital, technologies, hangarau, matihiko, teachers, panel, debate, australia, 2016

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