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    CORE Education
    Auahatanga Innovation
    2 April
    Public discussion Created by CORE Education

    Auahatanga | Innovation is one of the uLearn conference themes this year. As Derek Wenmoth writes in the latest CORE blog,

     

    As young people around the world begin to mobilise in response to the growing concerns they have about the problems they see looming on the horizon, we need to think  about how we prepare this generation of learners, through developing an innovator’s mindset, so that they become the solution builders. Auahatanga | Innovation

    Innovation

    Feel free to share your thoughts below and be inspired by others as we ponder,

    How can we prepare our young people to be innovators and change agents?

    How might we intentionally teach in ways that promote creativity, innovation, wonder, joy, and a passion for learning?

     

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

     

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