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    • Phebs

      Phebs

      Skills: Whānau engagement

      • Jo Fletcher

        Jo Fletcher

        About me: ...rusting, responsive, reciprocal learning partnerships with tamariki, whānau and kaiako, ensuring their la...a rich curriculum for all tamariki, by looking at ways to strengthen whānau engagement, embracing localised curricul...

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        • Pip Brunn

          Comment on "Inclusive education"

          Kia Ora Thanks for the invitation to this discussion, inclusion is a passion of mine being a parent of a child with diverse needs and also working in Playcentre for th...

          • Anne Kenneally

            Comment on "Ten Trends Release"

            What a privilege to hear Derek discussing CORE ten trends today, live on facebook. You can download the trends here as a pdf. You can explore one at a time, or as a whole.   How might you begin to explore these as a staff?  With your students?  With your whānau?  

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            • Tessa Gray

              edSpace champions

              edSpace is a community of learners, who can come together to discuss particular inte...heir development in effectively using digital technologies to support student engagement, success and achievement acro...

              • Tessa Gray

                Powhiri and official opening of uLearn17

                On Tuesday afternoon, uLearn17 was officially opened with a warm welcome by tangata wh...s) onto the inner city Hui Te Rangiora marae. This whānau-based marae of Catholic origi...(speeches) from tangata whenua talked about their whānau, ha...

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                • edSpace

                  Welcome to edSpace

                  ...her way, nau mai, haere mai ki te whānau. Please note: To join...bsp;educators to engage with CORE whānau and each other - about all th...where we can focus on deeper engagement and stronger connections&...rsations - with other like-minded whānau. With your help, we want to push...

                  • Tessa Gray

                    How can learning online impact teacher practice?

                    CORE Education's community of practice edSpace is st...ed classroom practice: Through a series of online engagements and a process of action and...rusting relationships, targeted interventions and engagement online (sharing of appropriat...

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                    • Te Mako Orzecki

                      Mōrena e te whānau. He rangi ua i te rā nei nō reira, me noho koutou ki roto i tēteehi wāhi mahana

                      • Mary-Rose O'Loughlin

                        Westport Kindergarten focus question is: “How effectively do we empower whanau to be a genuine part of their tamarriki planning”

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                        • Tessa Gray

                          CORE's Ten Trends 2017 released

                          The long awaited for CORE Ten Trends have now been released. Check out the Facebook interview with Derek Wenmoth a...ow might you begin to explore these as a staff? With your students? With your whānau? Fe...

                          • Tessa Gray

                            Hei Pānui edSpace | mō te marama Mahuru 2017

                            ...epts ideas and practice together. Ultimately this kind of professional engagement and social interaction, c...to explore these as a staff?  With your students?  With your whānau? Enabling Good Lives: Ind...

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                          • CORE whānau
                            CORE whānau

                            Welcome this group. You have been invited because you are a CORE facilitator, project coordinator...

                          • Koha champions
                            Koha champions

                            A group of CORE whānau dedicated to bringing the best and most relevant content to CORE Koha.

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                            • Phebs

                              Phebs

                              Education Facilitator. Māori Medium/ English Medium Ngāpuhi born and bred Living and loving in the Winterless North Ancestrally driven, supporting kaupapa that uplifts us all. "Be fearless in the pursuit that sets your soul on FIRE"

                              Skills: Māori Curriculum design, Governance and Te Tiriti o Waitangi, Whānau engagement, Treaty based kaupapa, Culturally responsive kaupapa

                              • Viv Hall

                                Parent Engagement through digital tools

                                Kia ora e te whānau Engaging whānau is a priority area of a school I'm supporting in CFPLD.  This year we decided to trial the use of Seesaw to provide parents with information on their child's learning journey.  At first,  the teachers and students trialled  ...

                                Tags: whānau engagement, students learning, seesaw

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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...