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    CORE Education
    Launching the Ten Trends 2019
    22 February
    Public discussion Created by CORE Education

    If you missed it on Thursday 21st February, we launched the CORE Ten Trends 2019 in our Facebook live feed with Derek Wenmoth chatting to us about the new Ten Trends for 2019, the drivers influencing this change and examples in educational contexts. Today the Ten Trends 2019 are available for download from the CORE website. There's some exciting and thought-provoking discussion points for educators to engage with. 

    CORE Ten TrendsIn 2019, we have chosen to focus more specifically on where all of this is leading in terms of the relationship between this technological change and our responses as humans. We consider the responsibility we have to ensure that in the midst of such complex and persistent change, we don’t abdicate our humanity and the things that make us ‘human’. (CORE Ten Trends 2019, p3)

     

    You can still view this video below. Please note: Link in the image leaves this page.

    Derek Wenmoth talking

    Towards the end, Derek invites us to download the Ten Trends 2019 PDF fileengage with the content and each other. Tell us what you think? What is the first thing you're going to do with CORE Ten Trends 2019?

    To reply to this discussion, join the CORE Ten Trends group FIRST.

     

    In light of recent events in Aotearoa, the "Wellbeing" and "Schools as part of a community" trends have really got my attention. Our schools have been centres / safe havens in terms of dealing with how our young people are feeling, and our wonderful teaching staff have responded so well to the big challenge in front of them. It would be great to hear some examples here of what you have observed out there, in terms of how schools as part of a community have stepped up to support student wellbeing

    - By Tracey Scott
      • Tracey Scott
        By Tracey Scott
        Mar 25

        In light of recent events in Aotearoa, the "Wellbeing" and "Schools as part of a community" trends have really got my attention. Our schools have been centres / safe havens in terms of dealing with how our young people are feeling, and our wonderful teaching staff have responded so well to the big challenge in front of them. It would be great to hear some examples here of what you have observed out there, in terms of how schools as part of a community have stepped up to support student wellbeing

        • Anne Kenneally
          By Anne Kenneally
          Mar 6

          Thanks Tessa and Tracey for starting the ball rolling in here. I have to admit that "the changing role of the teacher" is a trend I am particularly interested in. The people centric nature of a number of trends is great to see. I am thoroughly enjoying sharing these trends with educators and beginning discussions. I am looking forward to seeing our discussions grow as we get voice, video and discussion amped up in here!  Thanks team.

          • Tracey Scott
            By Tracey Scott
            Mar 5

            The "Changing role of teachers" is a Trend that really pushes my buttons! Having been out of the classroom (but still in education) for 17yrs now, I'm staggered by observing the changes in this - by following my 7 and 17 yr old children's progress.

            • Tessa Gray
              By Tessa Gray
              Mar 4

              I was there for the launch, thank you Derek for whetting our appetite for this year's release of the Ten Trends. I see CORE Education has been publishing the Ten Trends for 10 years now. What a feat!

              The first thing I did when I downloaded the CORE Ten Trends for 2019, was I wanted to see what’s been shaping these influences over the past 6 years, so I could see where we’re heading to 'stay ahead of the curve'.

              While the five key themes have stayed the same, the trends and influencers have changed slightly over the years. For example, Cultural theme: In the past, we’ve been addressing what it means to for our students to have ownership and agency of their learning, what is it means to live in a digital world, developing digital fluency, Makerspace and Artificial Intelligence. We also looked at honouring cultural diversity and now the shift this year is towards wellbeing and cultural narratives. I look forward to exploring these trends more, seeing examples in practice and finding out what this means in each of our localised contexts.

              What key theme and/or trend has your school/kura focused on up till now and how do you see this changing for you in 2019?

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