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    Tessa Gray
    Shay Wright keynote Google doc
    9 October
    Public discussion Created by Tessa Gray

    Shay Wright Keynote Shay Wright (Te Rarawa, Ngā Ruahine, Ngāti Ruanui) is the co-founder of Te Whare Hukahuka and the first keynote speaker for uLearn19. His work and aspirations fit perfectly with the conference theme, Kirirarautanga / Citizenship, which he will expand upon as the first keynote speaker at CORE uLearn19.

    See Keynote: Shay Wright - Building actively engaged citizens - global thinkers, local shakers for more.

    Connected Educator NZ has shared a Google doc for Shay's keynote and you're invited to add your own notes in the table or add your comments below. We'd love to hear from you. For more perspectives on this moving introduction to uLearn19, follow the uLearn19 tweets in Twitter and edSpace.

    Please note: If the view below is too difficult to navigate, go straight to the Google doc itself. Please note: To view this doc below in it's entirety, click on the 100% (in the document itself) and scroll down to Fit.

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