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edSpace reaches a new milestone

Woohoo over 3,000 members have now joined edSpace (CORE Education's community of practice).

Congratulations everyone, you're part of a bigger whānau. This is your place to connect with like-minded colleagues; talk about trends in education and what matters most for you, as teachers and educators.

Find your people in a group (ngā rōpū) that already exists or start your own group. For more, see,  How learning online can impact on teacher practice and What makes an online community? Want to know more? Feel free to contact Tessa Gray, edSpace community facilitator.

Do you have an observation, a burning question or something to share? Why not start a movement and keep the kōrero coming!

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