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    • Jane Ewens

      Jane Ewens

      • Morrinsville, Waikato
      I am the Curriculum Advisor for the Te Whāriki implementation support programme and a PhD student on the side
      • gae thawley

        gae thawley

        • Ōtautahi
        Lead Facilitator Early Years Team CORE education Tātai Ahau Rau
        • Nikki Grazier

          Nikki Grazier

          • Auckland
          Curriculum Champion - Te Whāriki
          • Jo Fletcher

            Jo Fletcher

            • Tairua, Coromandel Peninsula
            Facilitator - Matika, Maranga - Te Whāriki | He whāriki mātauranga mō ngā mokopuna o Aotearoa
            • Sarah-Lou

              Sarah-Lou

              • Christchurch
              Kaiako/Early Childhood Teacher
              • Rose Ransfield

                Rose Ransfield

                • Turangi (Central North Island)
                Kindergarten head teacher, Curriculum champion
                • Claire McDonald

                  Claire McDonald

                  • Dunedin
                  Early Childhood Teacher
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                • uLearn 20 is virtual
                  uLearn 20 is virtual
                  Did you know uLearn20 is virtual this year? For the fist time ever uLearn20 will be delivered online! Now it doesn't matter wheere you are, everyone can attend uLearn20! Pohewatia te āpōpō | Reimagine tomorrow.    7-8 October 2020  Using an exciting, contemporary...
                • Ten Trends 2020: A retrospective report
                  Ten Trends 2020: A retrospective report
                  With Ten Trends 2020 released on Friday, we can’t go past this retrospective look at trends from the last 15 years (and the impact they’ve had on education in Aotearoa). Download the document and explore the trends behind the technology, structural, cultural, economic and process...
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                  edSpace live event: Cultivating Social Connection online
                  Nothing can replace the physical connection that we all need in the form of face to face. So what can we do in the meantime to cultivate the connection they need and we need? By turning up the volume online on the ways we can possibly socially connect. If you are interested in knowing more, why...

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