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Are you a teacher (kaiako) or a leader (tumuaki) looking for other like-minded educators to share ideas with? Then welcome to edSpace; a CORE-led community of practice specifically designed for educators to engage with CORE whānau and each other - about all things educational. Our aim is to build an excellent tomorrow by helping you transform education today. 

Want to share or know more about teaching: ākonga, maths, literacy, digital learning, assessment, codes and standards, appraisal or leadership: strategic planning, change leadership, digital fluency, e-Learning Planning Framework collaboration and more? Then join the groups and discussions that matter to you most. That way you can ask questions or respond.

Please note: To join in conversations, join edSpace and join groups of interest.

This is a place for us to have a voice for change, where we can focus on deeper engagement and stronger connections through dedicated conversations with other like-minded whānau. With your help, we want to push the boundaries of educational possibilities in Aotearoa.

You'll find a collection of groups, including featured groups and a mixture of communities - each dedicated to particular interests and people. Some meeting spaces are openly associated with CORE projects, products or services, fostering opportunities for many voices to engage, share, debate, challenge and explore. We encourage you join Ngā Rōpū (the groups) to be actively involved in the community conversations. If a group or discussion doesn't exist yet, we invite you to create and start your own.


New to edSpace? Be sure to join the edSpace help group and familiarise yourself with the community guidelines and Terms and Conditions. If you have any questions or suggestions for this space or would like to start and maintain a group, please feel free contact your edSpace community facilitator, Tessa Gray.

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