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After uLearn17: Keep the conversations going

In the spirit of keeping the uLearn17 'vibes, messages, new learning' alive, why not:

Sharing in a groupFind a buddy (friend, colleague) anyone motivated about the same kinds of things in education as you, and share the uLearn blogsdiscussions, Twitter feeds, Facebook and soon to be published EDtalk keynote videos.

Describe a challenge (wero) you would like to raise, address or overcome as a result of attending uLearn17? Post your challenge here >>>

Create a slide presentation highlighting the key ideas, trends, resources that matter most for you and/or your school. For example, empowering students through rich dialogue/questioning or addressing the white spaces. Feel free to share these this shared slideshow, Gems to share: uLearn17 (below) with others.

Use one of your senses to describe uLearn17 experience, or share one take-away from uLearn and add this to the thread, uLearn17: In your words.

Let's keep the conversations going...

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