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    Anne Kenneally
    Connected Educator Update September 2017
    14 September
    Public discussion Created by Anne Kenneally

    Welcome to CENZ 2017

    This year Connected Educator Aotearoa New Zealand (CENZ) is back and bigger than ever, as a year-long event.  

    We will continue to connect thousands of educators across New Zealand and beyond to professional learning events, communities and resources.  Focus topics, webinars and online learning will be available for educators to dive into over a longer period of time.

    What is Connected Educator New Zealand?

    Connected Educator New Zealand is a calendar of free, online professional development and networking opportunity.  A collaborative calendar connects thousands of educators, like you and your colleagues, to professional learning, regionally, nationally and globally.  ..


    Connected Educator NEEDS YOU to:




    Connected Conversations:

    This year, at uLearn17, two of CORE’s premium services, Connected Educator Aotearoa New Zealand (CENZ) and EDtalks, will combine in a series of two live-streamed Connected Conversations.  


    The Connected Conversations series brings ideas and people together as part of Connected Educator NZ, #CENZ17. These are an opportunity for you to hear from inspirational educators in one session with an opportunity to discuss and unpack.  


    Connected Conversation 1: Student learners at the centre


    Live streamed on Wednesday 11 October 2017, 11:15 AM - 12:30 PM,

    Connected Conversation 2: Connected conversations going global


    • Grant Lichtman @GrantLichtman  (virtual) - Moving the Rock: Seven levers we can press to dramatically transform education NOW

    • Christine Trimnell @TrimChris1  - Global Projects – 21st Century learning in a Digital World

    • Dean Shareski @shareski  (virtual) - How to be Generous in a Connected World

    Livestreamed Wednesday 11 October 2017, 1:30 PM - 2:45 pm,

    You might like to join in our edSpace discussion, to connect with Juliet, Melanie, Olivia, Bronwyn,Grant, Christine and Dean, in the lead up to the livestreaming. Looking forward to hearing your thoughts and wonderings.

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