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    • Richard McLaren

      Richard McLaren

      Ko te pae tawhiti, whaia kia tata. Ko te pae tata, whakamaua kia tina! How can we best create learning experiences for our students? How can we ensure that their experiences constantly challenge them? How can we best celebrate their successes, and encourage them to seek more? I am that odde...

      Skills: #collaboration, #elearning, #research

      • Katrina Laurie

        Code Snaps

        I have recently been looking into this resource found on Curriculum Pathways. I really like the mix of collaboration 'unplugged' and then using the app to test the outcome.  https://www.curriculumpathways.com/portal/#info/2750  Here's the printable code blocks Brief...

        Tags: #code, #digitaltechnologies, #collaboration

        • Juliet Revell

          What's My Why?

            This post has been inspired by Leanne Stubbing, who I met at EducampWelly in 2013 (or was it 2014?) and the day of connection, and reconnection at EducampWelly 2019 yesterday.     "Hi Fion...

          Tags: #educampNZ, #Collaboration, #Community

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