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    uLearn discussion group

    Welcome! This group is a place for uLearn delegates to share thoughts and resources, ask questions...

    • Tessa Gray

      Powhiri and official opening of uLearn17

      On Tuesday afternoon, uLearn17 was officially opened with a warm welcome by tangata whenua (hosts) onto the inner city Hui Te Rangiora marae. This whānau-based marae of Catholic origin is settled amongst the soft concrete (marae ātea) that surrounds Tuwaerea, the wharenui or large meeting house....

      Tags: powhiri, welcome, opening, uLearn17, local, marae

      • Tessa Gray

        Challenge you hope to raise, address or overcome: Post your challenge here

        uLearn17 has now come and gone, we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! In the spirit of keeping those vibes and thoughts alive, describe a challenge you hope to raise, address or overcome in your school/kura/CoL as a result of attending uLearn17? Post your challenge (wero) here:

        Tags: challenge, wero, follow-up, uLearn17, back, school, CoL, kura

        • 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...

          Tags: eric mazur, keynote, opening, ulearn17, presentation

          • Tessa Gray

            Key themes from uLearn17 to inspire innovation

            In this recent CORE blog, CHANGE, BELIEFS, AND THE ‘F’ WORDS, Derek Wenmoth has summed up the key ideas and overarching themes from uLearn17 into three sub-themes – change, beliefs and the F words. There’s some comforting reassurance for us as educators, that we are in a g...

            Tags: key, themes, ulearn17, summary, CORE, blog, change, beliefs, innovation, failure, fun

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