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    • Anne-Louise Robertson

      Welcome to a bi-cultural Aotearoa! in the group Multicultural education

      Kia ora Do people consider that schools are a microcosm of NZ society? And if they are, do they reflect what is modelled in society?  I was formally welcomed to this country, as a citizen along with 131 other new New Zealanders, a couple of weeks ago. This is my reflection of the ceremony...

      Tags: biculturalism, citizenship, society, Aotearoa, NZ, partnership

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        Digital technologies and the NZC - what’s it all about? in the group Digital Technologies| Hangarau Matihiko Curriculum

        This seminar introduced the topics covered in the Digital Technology strand and discussed what they might look like within a classroom programme. Digital Technology will be fully integrated as a strand of the Technology learning area in the New Zealand Curriculum and as a whenu within th...

        Tags: breakfast, seminar, core, shop, purchase, digital, technologies, NZ, curriculum

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        • CORE Education

          Collaborative learning of subject content and computational thinking in the group uLearn discussion group

          Meet Dr Youwen Ouyang and Dr Katherine Hayden, California State University   About Dr Youwen Ouyang Dr Youwen Ouyang is the Professor and Chair of Computer Science and Information Systems Department at California State University. She has over 20 years of experience in teaching a wi...

          Tags: computational, thinking, international, NZ, Aotearoa, strategies, resources

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          • CORE Education

            New Zealand Māori History (Christchurch) in the group Face-to-face workshops | Enabling you

            Māori History Te Takanga o te Wā is new resource that is not designed as a list of lessons or learning experiences. Rather it provides a framework to support teachers to teach Māori history with their students. The content and context that you choose for your class could focus on building quali...

            Tags: NZ, Māori, history, treaty, waitangi, cultural, diversity

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            • CORE Education

              New Zealand Māori History (Auckland) in the group Face-to-face workshops | Enabling you

              Māori History Te Takanga o te Wā is new resource that is not designed as a list of lessons or learning experiences. Rather it provides a framework to support teachers to teach Māori history with their students. The content and context that you choose for your class could focus on building quali...

              Tags: NZ, Māori, history, treaty, waitangi, cultural, diversity

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              • CORE Education

                New Zealand Māori History (Wellington) in the group Face-to-face workshops | Enabling you

                Māori History Te Takanga o te Wā is new resource that is not designed as a list of lessons or learning experiences. Rather it provides a framework to support teachers to teach Māori history with their students. The content and context that you choose for your class could focus on building quali...

                Tags: NZ, Māori, history, treaty, waitangi, cultural, diversity

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                • Tessa Gray

                  The digital divide: what is our moral imperative? in the group Inclusive practice

                  As educators we’re often thinking about the strategic, logistical and pedagogical influences and impact of digital technologies on our learners, after all, An active and empowered citizen in a digital age is able to participate in digital environments (Starkey et al., 2017). Understanding c...

                  Tags: research, findings, digital, divide, nz, schools, equitable, access, low, decile, high

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                • ACCELERATOR workshops
                  ACCELERATOR workshops
                  Would you like the opportunity to grow new ideas? And maybe break some rules? ACCELERATOR is for you! This exciting and immersive experience is designed to speed up change in teaching and learning by activating innovative solutions.      ACCELERATOR utilises a...
                • Hei Pānui edSpace | mō te marama Haratua 2019
                  Hei Pānui edSpace | mō te marama Haratua 2019
                  Tēnā koutou, talofa lava, malo o lelei and welcome back to the latest pānui (round-up) for edSpace, May 2019.  We've got some exciting stories to roll out around CORE's Ten Trends and we are building up to uLearn19 October, 2019 with a series of posts that profile a mixture of...
                • Calling all uLearn19 presenters
                  Calling all uLearn19 presenters
                  Are you interested in sharing your learning experiences at uLearn19? Extend yourself and try your hand at presenting.  Hold a 60-90 minute workshop, 25 minute taster session, 2 minute digital smackdown or a pop-up maker-space. Why not think about presenting your peer reviewed paper at Kia...