Ngā Matapakinga | Discussion

    Anne Kenneally
    Starter kete - download and dive in!
    30 November
    Public discussion Created by Anne Kenneally

    To help get you connected we have prepared 30 days worth of online activities. You can start anytime. Try one or two activities, or challenge yourself to complete all 30 days, or mix and match these activities with any of those listed on the Connected Educator New Zealand calendar.
    Jump right in with the Day 1 activity to find out what a connected educator is. Try new things, and grow personally and professionally.

    You can complete daily activities and earn badges to recognise your progress.

    You can access the starter kete successions in 5 day blocks, by clicking on the links.

    http://connectededucator.org.nz/starter-kete/ 

    We want to hear from you?

    What is your top takeaway from the starter kete to date?

    What would you like more of? 

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