• R Maunder

      R Maunder

      • Whangarei
      HOD of technology at WGHS, love learning, education and innovation
      • CORE Education

        CORE blog is one of New Zealand's top education blogs

        Good news!  The Best New Zealand Education Blogs from thousands of New Zealand Education blogs have been ranked based on following criteria Google reputation and Google search ranking Influence and popularity on Facebook, twitter and other social media sites Quality and consis...

        Tags: blog, core, education, thought, leadership


        • Barrie Matthews

          Barrie Matthews

          LEARNZ virtual field trips Project Manager at CORE Education. Teacher for 15 years. Various roles with LEARNZ for the last 18 years.
          • edSpace

            The advantages of equity for disadvantaged students in the group Future focused education

            Here's some more gold from OECD community. Issues like equity and disparity in education are a global phenomena. Education can be an engine of social inclusion. It can also help reduce broader social inequality. This can be the case if and only if all students, regardless of disadva...

            Tags: oecd, findings, equity, disparity, education


            • Tessa Gray

              What readings do you have planned for the summer? in the group Hurahura

              I'm half way through Sapiens: A brief history of humankind by Yuval Noah Harari. Not strictly a professional reading, but incredible relevant nonetheless. The evolution of humanity will enthrall and shock you - like the untruths and misconceptions, we've blindly adopted across cu...

              Tags: reading, summer, books, research, pleasure, education, information, enjoyment

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              • CORE Education

                LEARNING TO THRIVE IN A TRANSFORMING WORLD in the group Innovation and transformation

                    Today, education has to be about learning to thrive in a transforming world.     How can we nurture and grow our students as learners? How do we enable every child to flourish and lead fulfilling lives? Derek Wenmoth explores these questions in the fi...

                Tags: future-focused, education, community, preparation

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                • Tony Cairns

                  Tony Cairns

                  • wellington high school
                • TER

                  Nau mai haere mai! Tēnā koutou, malo e lei lei, welcome to you TER place on edSpace. This is an open forum for you to connect and meet with others on the Teacher Education Refresh (TER) programme, and to seek and offer support with those puzzles of practice. Your contributions and expertise will be invaluable as we grow this community of educators together.

                  • CORE Education

                    If you were the boss of education what would you do first? in the group Future focused education

                    Exciting times in New Zealand where we're all invited to have a voice and help shape the future of NZ education.  Last weekend saw the successful launch of ‘Education Conversation 2018’, a nationwide initiative that asks New Zealanders what they want to see in their educ...

                    Tags: edconvo18, feed-in, consultation, education, conversation

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                    • CORE Education

                      Making diversity visible for gender and sexuality inclusive schools in the group Inclusive practice

                      When we talk about inclusive education for all learners, do we also think about including sexuality minorities or gender identity? In this CORE blog, Jerome Cargill shares his eFellowship project in 2017 when he worked with a small group of teachers to develop their inclusive practices to ensu...

                      Tags: inclusive, gender, diverse, transgender, gay, bi, sexual minorities, education, practice

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