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    Whakatōhenehene | Disruption
    2 April
    Public discussion Created by CORE Education

    As Renee Raroa writes in the latest CORE blog,

    DisruptionImagine the impact of an education system, which genuinely reflects the needs of those it serves. When all learners, educators, whānau and community are empowered to be disruptors in our education system, we will witness disruptive changes which move beyond doing the same things in better ways, to being presented with new ways of reaching our evolving goals. As we embrace our innate Māuitanga and the qualities of curiosity, bravery and perseverance bestowed on us by our whakapapa as New Zealanders, we will discover new ways of teaching, new ways of learning, and new ways of being, to share with the world. Whakatōhenehene | Disruption

    Feel free to share your thoughts below and be inspired by others as we ponder, what actions might you take toward activating disruptive change?

    Please note: You'll need to join the uLearn discussion group first to contribute.

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