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    • Richard Wells

      Richard Wells

      • Auckland
      Deputy Principal and Author of A Learner's Paradise: How New Zealand is reimagining Education
      • Tessa Gray

        Misconceptions about MLEs in the group Innovation and transformation

        Just stumbled across a conversation in the Facebook NZ Primary teachers facebook page. It was sparked by a teacher viewing a one-page advertisement in magazine from a school who had one catch phrase, 'Open plan, modern learning environments don't work.' In the rest of t...

        Tags: mle, innovation, modern, learning, environments, collaborative, teaching, change, new

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      • CoSN New Zealand Visit 2017
        CoSN New Zealand Visit 2017

        CoSN New Zealand tour 2017

        • Tessa Gray

          ILEs and MLEs | The hot debate continues in the group Blended and digital learning

          Being a small country and a democracy means we can all have our say and at the moment, the hot debate is ILEs (Innovative Learning Environments), MLEs (Modern Learning Environments) or FLEs (Flexible Learning Environments). While one media article reports that, Parents are ditching school...

          Tags: mle, ile, fle, community, debate, engagement, information, future-focused, change

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        • Day 6: Level 4 PLD support for schools
          Kia ora i te whānau, Day 6, Level 4: We hope you've all settled into a new routine and finding moments for yourselves and well as juggling a new work-life balance. We're thinking of you during this time as we self-isolate alongside you (from home). As you know, the government has...
        • He waka eke noa
          We're all in this together. Day 2: We know you'll be taking the time to look after yourselves, your whānau and giving yourselves time to settle in. Some of you will also be thinking about exploring ways to make learning achievable for you as kaikao and achievable for your ākonga and...
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          He moana pukepuke e ekengia e te waka. A choppy sea can be navigated. Here's a warm message from Janelle Riki-Waaka via our CORE Facebook page. FB clip 24 March from edSpace on Vimeo. Our offices are temporarily closed, but we remain open for business. We can continue to support...