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    • Anne-Louise Robertson

      Anne-Louise Robertson

      • Hamilton
      Mum, learner, explorer, educator, lover of nature and being wild and free in the outdoors!
      • Ngaire Shepherd-Wills

        Ngaire Shepherd-Wills

        • Ōtautahi/Christchurch
        Ngaire Shepherd-Wills, educator and facilitator with CORE Education, Canterbury.
        • Viv Hall

          Viv Hall

          • Auckland
          Viv works for CORE education providing advice and support in schools/kuras to design and develop professional learning services and resources transforming innovative learning practices and environments
          • Katrina Laurie

            Benefits of a mini Teacher Inquiry? in the group Collaboration and professional learning

            Recently I have come across many schools referring to their Teaching as Inquiry (TAI) as mini inquiries. When asked about why they are encouraging this process the response is around increasing accountability and to see quicker changes in practice. This has led to me thinking about the Spirals...

            Tags: Teaching as Inquiry, Professional Learning, collaborative practice

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            • Tessa Gray

              CORE face-to-face workshops

              CORE provides high quality professional learning opportunities that are in-depth, relevant, sustained over time, and designed to meet the needs of individual staff, teams, whole schools and clusters. Check out the upcoming workshops in your area and enrol now. CORE website | Face-to-face ...

              Tags: face-to-face, workshops, professional learning, events, enrol

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              • Chris McLean

                Chris McLean

                • Piha, Auckland
                Collaborative practice, curriculum delivery, content development, professional learning
                • James Hopkins

                  Play ideas - complete collection via MoE in the group Play Based Learning

                  I've been having a leaf through the play ideas collection that came out of Ministry. It's a really good complete collection that original came from their early years team, but very much has its place with anyone exploring play and wanting to gather some more ideas.  One of the rea...

                  Tags: play based learning, strategies, teaching and learning, informing community, professional learning, curriculum

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                  • Viv Hall

                    What ducky are you going to put down? in the group Future focused education

                    Put down the ducky. Helen Timperley of the University of Auckland makes the strategic point that when we are learning something new, we have to decide what we are going to stop doing. She illustrates this with a clip from Sesame Street. As a facilitator, In this relatively new environment offe...

                    Tags: Inquiry, wellbeing, leadership, spiralsofinquiry, professional learning

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                    • Anne-Louise Robertson

                      Moving from PLD in a box to sustainable, effective PLD... in the group Collaboration and professional learning

                      I was at Womad last weekend and the range of different people, all ages, all walks of life, was phenomenal.  They were all there because of a common passion - music. Conferences also bring together lots of different people.  Their passion? Learning. Because they want to interact with li...

                      Tags: professional learning, PLD, tick boxes

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                    • TER
                      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.

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                    • uLearn 20 is virtual
                      uLearn 20 is virtual
                      Did you know uLearn20 is virtual this year? For the fist time ever uLearn20 will be delivered online! Now it doesn't matter where you are, everyone can attend uLearn20! Pohewatia te āpōpō | Reimagine tomorrow.    7-8 October 2020  Using an exciting, contemporary...
                    • Ten Trends 2020: A retrospective report
                      Ten Trends 2020: A retrospective report
                      With Ten Trends 2020 released on Friday, we can’t go past this retrospective look at trends from the last 15 years (and the impact they’ve had on education in Aotearoa). Download the document and explore the trends behind the technology, structural, cultural, economic and process...
                    • edSpace live event: Cultivating Social Connection online
                      edSpace live event: Cultivating Social Connection online
                      Nothing can replace the physical connection that we all need in the form of face to face. So what can we do in the meantime to cultivate the connection they need and we need? By turning up the volume online on the ways we can possibly socially connect. If you are interested in knowing more, why...